Free Klaxons EP: Landmarks of Lunacy

Posted by The G on December 24, 2010 under GNN | Be the First to Comment

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Free Klaxons EP


Great news for Klaxons fans!  You can download their EP “Landmarks of Lunacy” for FREE from their official website.  The tracks were recorded prior to the release of their second album “Surfing The Void,” but these sessions got scrapped and these songs went unreleased – until now!  Don’t delay in downloading as this might be a Christmas only giveaway!

The tracklist is :

01 The Pale Blue Dot
02 Silver Forest
03 Ivy Leaves
04 Wildeflowers
05 Marble Fields

Thanks for the gift Klaxons!  I spent my birthday with you (at Bowery Ballroom) and now I’ll be spending X-mas with you!

10 More Great Songs of 2010

Posted by The G on December 13, 2010 under G Reviews | Read the First Comment

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You might recall that in July, I listed my 10 favorite songs of the year up until that point. This has been a great year for music and I have 10 more songs to add to that list.  See my additional picks after the jump.

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Klaxons News

Posted by The G on December 7, 2010 under GNN | Be the First to Comment

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"Surfing the Void" (Deluxe Edition) - Out January 18, 2011

Good news for fans of Klaxons.  The rockers will be releasing a deluxe edition of their 2nd album “Surfing The Void” on January 18, 2011.  The album will feature the bonus tracks: “Echoes (Acoustic)”, “Hello 23”, “Birdman” and “Sorcerer City”.

Video: “As Above So Below” by Klaxons

Posted by The G on September 25, 2010 under G Videos | Be the First to Comment

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The more I listen to Klaxons, the more I love them.  When they performed “As Above So Below” on my birthday at New York’s Bowery Ballroom, it looked and sounded exactly like this:

An Encounter with Klaxons

Posted by The G on September 22, 2010 under Encounters with G | Be the First to Comment

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James Righton (Vocals, Keyboards) for Klaxons and G

September 20, 2010 was a great day!  I celebrated my birthday watching Klaxons play a wickedly awesome show at New York’s Bowery Ballroom.  After the show, I met the band and all members were delightfully nice.  They were all so excited to be back in New York and it showed in their performance.  I was wearing a shirt designed by Klaxons for charity and it struck me funny that none of them commented.  But when you do random acts of kindness, you are not really supposed to mention it…  Thanks again guys for showing the birthday boy a good time!

Jamie Reynolds (Vocals, Guitar) of Klaxons and G.

Simon Taylor-Davis (Bass) of Klaxons and G

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