were amazing, their set was almost one and a half hour with focus on their new album A flash flood of colour.
So of course I missed some of the older songs (especially Antwerpen, Anything can happen, Solidarity), but they played some of my very favourite ones like Mothership and the intro of their first album with Enter Shikari (as 1st last song). I think many people wondered that the real last song was Sssnakepit and not Sorry, you’re not a winner - yes, they did’t play their “hit”, so no claps… but the set was incredible though and I somehow appreciate their courage not to play it because seriously: you can hear this song everywhere over and over…
And another thing: their lightshow was freaking out, that really was a flash flood of colours.
I’m using a new dynamic design of Blogger for my german blog about geography and spatial planning. Some elements of my blog just vanished with this new design and I still have to work on it that it doesn’t look like any Google-Blog.
"Vorlesungsfreie Zeit" is a nice word for german students, many people think it’s the same like vacation. For me it’s not: writing papers and papers..
I just finished my recent one about historical heritage and cultural politics in the European Union. The topic wasn’t as bad as I thought at first sight. I included a big chapter about European cities of Culture (dt. Kulturhauptstädte Europas)
next one: Functional controlling for the settlement of retail stores in german cities, writing about the impact of large shopping areas in suburbia
and another one: about social networks of interests, I will write about last.fm and its spatial aspects ( listening behaviours of other countries, concerts, …)