Mr. Gideon D. Brody

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Sennheiser HD 408 Open Headphones for Bass-Driven &hellip by Sennheiser
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I own a bulky pair of Sony V700's - you know the big silver DJ ones.

I wanted a smaller, alternative pair; something I coud use on the move, without fear of being mugged or simply attacked for having good taste in headphones.

So, I decided to try out these fellas from Sennheiser.

First thing's first. They're not really that small. While they are very light and not as bulky as the Sony's, they are not little over-the-ear types. They are somewhere in between. The look pretty cool on, being both fairly discreet and futurisitic looking. They are really comfortable, and that's mainy due to the design. You might even forget you're wearing them..

They're… Read more
Colonia ~ A Camp
Colonia ~ A Camp
1 of 7 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Should do better, 28 April 2009
Most of the 25-30 age group that grew up as indie-pop did - that seemingly bygone age when Glastonbury witnessed sunshine, when everyone was mildly optimistic about the future, when the majority of songs seemed to echo the nation's uplifted mood - will fondly remember the night when Mark Radcliffe introduced a little known band from Sweden called the Cardigans and one of the most succinct pieces of pop since the La's There She Goes. Sick And Tired's perfectly balanced saccharine charm was followed by further gems. Pure, sun-dappled California-pop emanating from Scandinavia - a contradiction that still raises a smile today.

It wasn't long before the Cardigans became household… Read more
Noble Beast ~ Andrew Bird
Noble Beast ~ Andrew Bird
3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Having recently caught many people's attention on the live music TV show, From The Basement, Andrew Bird's captivating performance whetted the appetite for his fifth solo studio album, Noble Beast. The intimate nature of the performance showcased Bird's greatest assets: a closed-eyes intensity, complex multi-instrument sonic landscaping and intoxicating lyricism. Bird's signature one-man-band innovation (he executes his songs solo with the help of loop pedals) coupled with his eerie whistling forays made for an engaging experience. The slight concern with Noble Beast is whether or not it can be as affecting as the live performance and whether or not its fourteen tracks are too ambitious or… Read more

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