The Janglepop Jamboree

Like most major music genres, the sub-genres often cause confusion and debate because of the mix of styles and it can be somewhat ambiguous in context. To begin with, one definition of jangle music is this: Jangle or jingle-jangle is a sound characterized by undistorted, treble-heavy electric guitars (particularly 12-strings) played in a droning chordal style (by strumming or arpeggiating). The sound has featured mainly in pop music and is often associated with 1960s guitar bands, folk rock, and 1980s indie music. But then others cite more post-punk and indie bands as their definition of the jangle genre: Profile of … Continue reading The Janglepop Jamboree

Woking 0-1 Aldershot Town

For a fifth tier local derby, good luck in finding any reports about it online. BBC Sport carries a few lines and the Aldershot Town official website has absolutely nothing about last night. A night when 940+ Shots fans travelled the 15 miles to Kingfield, these days known as a stadium under the moniker Laithwaite. Jacob Berkeley-Agyepong struck the winner as Aldershot won 1-0 away at Woking. The midfielder netted the winner in the 23rd minute, slotting home from Dean Rance’s lofted pass. The Shots, who lost 2-1 to Fylde on Saturday, almost doubled their advantage at the death. Harry … Continue reading Woking 0-1 Aldershot Town