A question to some music bloggers...

This goes out to the music bloggers that blog about the bad with as much EXCITEMENT as they do the good.  That feel the need to tell everyone WHO, WHAT and WHY they don't like someone (and I mean someONE, not an artist, not an act but a PERSON) using real bitchy bullying language.

Why do you feel the need to absolutely DESTROY someone?  If you don't like their music where does the energy come from for you to spout really NASTY, INSENSITIVE words???  There is a more tasteful way to say 'I don't like this music, have a listen and decide for yourself' surley!?!

Just my thoughts right now as I am getting ready for a gig tonight which I am so not in the mood for... 

Must suck it up!

You can watch me tonight at www.justin.tv/thebedfordlive .  Have opinions, have hundreds of them, it's your goddamn right!!!  If you want to tell me about it I will totally listen, however if you write down really rude things about me on the internet and call it a 'review' - with not one mention of actual music - then fair do's to you.  You are obviously a complete fucking moron.

Maybe I am too offensive.  Maybe I am not polite enough to make your eyes water and you throw up on the spot.  Because that's what we all want, polite little ladies with guitars doing happy clappy pish your pants fucking shite.

I am done.

R x

1 comment

  • Marcus James

    Marcus James

    Spot on lass, it's a problem with the internet that it allows nastiness with little repercussions. I usually attend gigs for a single artist,often the support is great, sometimes it blows me away, occassionally I don't enjoy it. In all cases I listen respectfully then applaude. Why? Because I don't have the talent or the balls to perform, nor the training or knowledge to criticise. I also try to never make unsolicited comments about how someone looks, good or bad. A musician is 'selling' their sound, unlike a model who is 'selling' their look.

    Spot on lass, it's a problem with the internet that it allows nastiness with little repercussions. I usually attend gigs for a single artist,often the support is great, sometimes it blows me away, occassionally I don't enjoy it. In all cases I listen respectfully then applaude. Why? Because I don't have the talent or the balls to perform, nor the training or knowledge to criticise. I also try to never make unsolicited comments about how someone looks, good or bad. A musician is 'selling' their sound, unlike a model who is 'selling' their look.

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