New Comment  vF
Your email address (one you can check right now, for verification)

Your name (optional, for display)

Your comment (required, or what's the point?)

Here's how this forum works: your first posted comment will not appear immediately or automatically. After you post the first time, check your email for a verification message. Click the link in the verification message to verify that you are really you, or at least an octopus who can follow simple instructions. Then the comment will appear, and thereafter you'll be able to post directly. If you don't verify your original comment, it will molder and eventually be composted.
You may use HTML for <a href="http://address">simple links</a> and <i>italics</i>. Use Preview to check.
If you have problems or private questions, email me at
Ladytron's new single  Preview
9 November 05 from Scott Parkerson 3
Lali Puna...duly noted; will have to check them out.  

As for what has become of bis? Look no further than Data Panik. I'm keeping my eye on them.
9 November 05 from glenn mcdonald 2
I kind of see what you mean about the bis resemblance, but Ladytron seem colder and less playful than I imagined bis becoming. But I'm not sure I could coherently explain why I'm basically neutral on Ladytron but enthusiastically in favor of Lali Puna.
18 October 05 from Scott Parkerson 1
I just heard Ladytron's newest single, "Destroy Everything You Touch", (can be found over at 3hive, here). I love the heck out of it, but it kept reminding me of another band that was once reviewed at TWAS:  


Specifically, this is what I imagine bis would have sounded like if they had followed up Return to Central with something besides a dance remix album of sorts.  


(Personally, I miss bis. I didn't really listen to them until about three months before they announced their demise.)
vF software copyright © 2005-6, glenn mcdonald ·