Blurred vision

A long time ago, in the height of Britpop, there was a Oasis vs Blur battle of singles. I did really like Oasis when they releases ‘Definitely Maybe’, and yes, they’re touring much bigger venues now, and yes they’ve got a bassist from my all time favourite band Ride. But in the last ten years, … Continue reading “Blurred vision”

A long time ago, in the height of Britpop, there was a Oasis vs Blur battle of singles. I did really like Oasis when they releases ‘Definitely Maybe’, and yes, they’re touring much bigger venues now, and yes they’ve got a bassist from my all time favourite band Ride. But in the last ten years, I really don’t think they’ve progressed. Blur on the other hand, have experiment and now, Damon Albarn’s side project The Gorillaz have announced they’ll tour in 3D. Although, the prospect of seeing a pre-recorded set doesn’t appeal, I think this proves much greater invitation from southerners by embracing technology and breaking the musical boundaries rather than insistent bickering and claiming they’re the greatest.

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  1. I’ve been led to believe that with previous Gorillaz concerts, whilst the ‘band’ have been projected on screens, the human band were playing behind the projection screen, and some clever dick synchs the performance with the action…

    …I presumed that’s how it would work with the new tour too?

  2. Yeah, I heard that to, but somewhere on one of those pages it something about pre-recorded material. I’ll have another look.

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