Rhossili HLOL (by Rob Sell)

Rhossili HLOL (by Rob Sell)

Well, his cattle each have numbers
And they all eat in a line
When he turns the floodlights
on each night
Of course the herd looks perfect!
Computer Cowboy.

Neil Young - Computer Cowboy

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Wild Beasts, a basement live session 2011 (Télérama)

1. Reach A Bit Further

2. Bed Of Nails

3. Deeper

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broken household appliance national forest / river taff (by Rob Sell)

broken household appliance national forest / river taff (by Rob Sell)

Herman Dune - Strange Victory, Strange Defeat (Silver Jews cover)

  

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Wild BeastsAlbatross 

December 1996. Age 15.
Found a load of old ticket stubs (music/football). Might put some up here.
I don’t remember anything about this gig! But I do remember afterwards, looking out over a big swimming pool from the Leisure Centre bar while my friend Lindsey the goth (whose parents let her grow hash on her windowsil!) had a panic attack infront of the singer from Feeder (the support band). We had to wait for ages for her to finish panicking as did my dad, who had been walking around the closed Newport shops for 2 hours waiting for the gig to finish to pick us up.
My dad told his cool friend in work that I had been to see Terrorvision, and the cool friend told him that he thought that was good thing (going to see live music) even though he thought the band were awful, and for some reason(?) then bought me a Ride cassette which I listened to once and then taped over because I only liked bands out of RAW! magazine (like a mid-90s red-top version of Kerrang! for kids).

December 1996. Age 15.

Found a load of old ticket stubs (music/football). Might put some up here.

I don’t remember anything about this gig! But I do remember afterwards, looking out over a big swimming pool from the Leisure Centre bar while my friend Lindsey the goth (whose parents let her grow hash on her windowsil!) had a panic attack infront of the singer from Feeder (the support band). We had to wait for ages for her to finish panicking as did my dad, who had been walking around the closed Newport shops for 2 hours waiting for the gig to finish to pick us up.

My dad told his cool friend in work that I had been to see Terrorvision, and the cool friend told him that he thought that was good thing (going to see live music) even though he thought the band were awful, and for some reason(?) then bought me a Ride cassette which I listened to once and then taped over because I only liked bands out of RAW! magazine (like a mid-90s red-top version of Kerrang! for kids).