Flava Past

Flava of the Week w/c 7 May 07
Choice new CD's - Click below for the latest on each artist

1 1 JACKNIFE LEE Making Me Money new single 2 July
2 - I AM FINN Hard new single 7 May
3 - PARAMORE Misery Business new single 4 June
4 5 ESKIMO DISCO What Is Woman new single 14 May
5 10 NEW YOUNG PONY CLUB Fan from 'Fantastic Playroom' album due in Summer
6 7 NINE INCH NAILS Capital G new single 4 June
7 3 GOLDSPOT It's Getting Old new single 4 June
8 2 FREEFORM FIVE No More Conversations (Mylo Edit) new single 14 May
9 11 ARCADE FIRE Intervention new single 21 May
10 4 MEGADETH & CHRISTINA SCABBIA A Toute Le Monde new single 14 May
11 - SILVERSUN PICKUPS Future Foe Scenarios single 21 May
12 12 MARILYN MANSON Heart Shaped Glasses new single 28 May

Paramore new single 4 Jun
Misery Business

Paramore blew us away @ Cardiff Barfly last autumn and here comes their best single yet. 'Misery Business' is the first taste of their soon to be released second album 'Riot!' - a tasteful and unusually short title for an emo outfit. A bitter sweet lyric and superb production showcases Hayley Williams angst ridden vocals and a dynamic three minute listen. Top 5 if there be justice. XXXXx
(Posted 14 May 07)
The View - Face For The Radio new single 25 Jun

You have a face for the radio,
But I know you’d like to see it in a show,
Claiming to be the next best everything,
Which way will you go?

You’re little smarter than most of us,
You run so fast sometimes it’s hard to see you for dust,
Finding some time for you, it tortures me,
Which way will you go?

Wages on a Friday,
Spent on a Saturday,
Lend me a fiver,
Won’t do that again,
Oh your trust is not to strong.

Your arrogance in a bag,
Won’t spare you a fag,
Superstar wannabe,
Says it comes naturally,
Cemented in your own feeble way,

He watches trainspotting, fifteen times a week,
Thinking it’s making him oh so unique,
PC on summer nights and football in the rain,
Doesn’t matter how far he is,
He always has money for the train

Nothing against you, love in my heart,
You’re really a nice lad, I’ve known it from the start,
Your conscience in eager, to know where you lie,
Pushing your limits, give it up and remember you can cry.

Wages on a Friday,
Spent on a Saturday,
Lend me a tenner,
Won’t do that again,
Oh your trust is not to strong.

You’re arrogance in a bag,
Won’t spare you a fag,
Superstar wannabe,
Says it comes naturally,
in your own feeble way.

Face For The Radio scored an instant hit reaction at our hosting of The View's album launch in January. There is such insight on this track ... soft accoustic strumming with ironic words pointed at ... well who? The lyrics could be about so many people I've worked with ... even myself a little teeny weeny bit. I'd love to know which wasted little dj upset these boys so much they wrote two tunes about him/her (probably a him). XXXXx theviewareonfire.com
(Posted 14 May 07)

Dead Disco
Dead Disco new single 9 July
You're Out
Last August Leeds based Dead Disco raised a few eyebrows with their debut single 'The Treatment'
released on Manchester label High Voltage and selling out in days. In September their 'Automatic' became the last single on Fierce Panda. 'An indie Alison Goldfrapp in a stripey prom dress' NME 'synth pop punk rock' a la Blondie '77 style. Well worthy. XXXXx deaddisco.co.uk/www
myspace.com/deaddiscohq (Posted 14 May 07)
Queens Of The Stone Age new single 4 Jun
3s & 7s / Sick Sick Sick
Check the latest QOTSA web-site for an amusing little instalment from their friendly smoking lightbulb character. QOTSA's new album 'Era Vulgaris' due on 11 June, reminiscent of 'Annis Horriblis' & first taste is a double A-side single which should see the Top Ten with little difficulty. Nice work XXXX
qotsa.com (Posted 14 May 07)
HelloGoodbye new single 7 May
Here (In Your Arms)
From Huntingdon Beach, Los Angeles, California .... two years in the making ... HelloGoodbye ... inspired by the Beatles song, well maybe. Debut album 'Zombies! Aliens! Vampires! Dinosaurs!' includes this single which was described by New York's village mag as 'an emo band doing euro-pop'. A bizarre combination and a sold-out UK tour and Top Ten entry bodes well for an Orson like future. XXXX
myspace.com/hellogoodbye (Posted 14 May 07)

new cd's
our weekly a to z of new cd review's is listed below

this week
Dead Disco
Dream Theatre
Jackson Analogue
Killswitch Engage
Queens of the Stone Age
RufusWainwrightLP Something In Construction
Stone Sour
3 Inches of Blood

30 Apr
Asobi Seksu
Billy Talent
Kharma 45
Manic Street Preachers

23 Apr
Arcade Fire
Brinkman LP
Cute Is What We Aim For
Eskimo Disco
The Fall
Feist LP
Funeral For A Friend
Groove Armada LP
I Am Finn
Jacknife Lee
Marilyn Manson
New Young Pony Club LP
Nine Inch Nails
Ross Copperman
Silversun Pickups
The Used

16 Apr
Friendly Fires
Lets Wrestle
Twisted Charm
Young Gods

9 Apr
The Fray

Kharma 45
Linkin Park
Slaves To Gravity
Snow Patrol
Some Velvet Morning
Twisted Charm LP
We Start Fires

2 Apr
Harry Dean Stanton
Mr Hudson
Rumble Strips
Rufus Wainwright

26 Mar
Brand New
Freeform Five
Funeral For A Friend
Groove Armada
Pink Spiders
Tokio Hotel

19 Mar
Amy Winehouse
Ash Then & Now
Black Rebel Motorcycle Club
Dinosaur Jr
Fall Out Boy v Kanye West
Monkey Farm Frankenstein
My Federation
The Social

12 Mar
Fall Out Boy
Groove Armada
Monkey Farm Frankenstein
Patrick Wolf
Porcupine Tree
The Social
36 Crazyfists

5 Mar
The Hours
Just Jack
Machine Head
Manic Street Preachers
Money Mark
Nine Inch Nails
Shadows Fall
Shiny Toy Guns
The View

26 Feb
Black Stone Cherry
Bright Eyes
Eddy Temple-Morris
Fortune Drive
Freelance Hellraiser
Gay Boy
Kings Of Leon
Money Mark