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Ian A. wrote:I had no idea that the press packs which entrants are asked to supply large numbers of (in addition to a fee) don't go to the judges. This particularly discriminates against artists in non-mainstream fields where the judges may have no prior knowledge.
The Mercurys are great - they enable you to catch up on all the hip groups without having to listen to the inane chatter of the DJs who play their records on the radio for the other 364 days in the year.
howard male wrote:It was astonishing (yet at the same time sadly predictable) that the Klaxons were under the illusion (with evangelical zeal - or was it just that they were pissed?) that they had something new to offer that was somehow going to change the world
Ian M wrote:As for the Klaxons, I predict some of them will listen to Ethiopiques, but probably not at least until they are in their thirties, or possibly even forties.
nigel w wrote:All that achiieved, of course, was to guarantee that I was dropped from the panel for the following year!
Charlie wrote:Dominic wrote:
The guy on the right, purportedly a member of the Klaxons, looks exactly like Tom of the Thomson Twins looked like at this age. What's going on?
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