But in truth, it would seem they have been listening to a lot of Radiohead and Smashing Pumpkins albums, judging by the adventurousness
and excellent compositions that abound throughout the 11 tracks.
Like Belag, there's a sense of two-dimensional planes being layered, but while Belag has a messy adventurousness
, Spence prefers a neatly crisp aesthetic.
They understood the idea of no judgment and prized bravery and adventurousness
in each other.
They need to start producing risk-takers, encouraging individualism and adventurousness
and rewarding original thinking.
The writing cleverly captures Hetty's bold adventurousness
and her nomadic nature.
The 32-year-old Nashville resident wants to emulate the adventurousness
of the college radio format without the long-windedness of its DJs.
As surprising as it may sound, the Rolls-Royce Phantom Coupe Aviator does capture the sensibilities and adventurousness
that Charles Rolls seems to have exemplified, and even a brief glimpse of the car calls to mind silver-screen newsreel images of early 20th century aviation and car racing.
Naturally, story songs are a big part of its live show, but the adventurousness
of these musicians, and their joy in each other's company means there is a lot of spontaneity in concert.
But above all he is an example of incredible determination and adventurousness
, as for example when he went in a zero-gravity flight in an aircraft (see photo).
Often the flavour choices are predicated on what's popular in cuisine, as mentioned previously by Iconiq's Barnshaw, and sometimes they arise out of the adventurousness
of consumers' tastebuds and their willingness to explore the unknown or at least, the lesser-known.
Media reports quoted the board as saying that the comic "encourages relations out-of-wedlock" and, paradoxically, both "laziness and adventurousness
has actually changed the face of British music: early spots on Rinse gave rise to the careers of Wiley, Dizzee Rascal and Kano--and, by extension, grime itself.
They are also united by an appetite for formal adventurousness
, concern for appropriate use of materials and technology, an awareness of the relationship to landscape or townscape, and the cultivation of a true sense of place and modern domesticity.
I think he got that bit of adventurousness
from his dad.
Tablet contributing editor Rachel Shukert, for example, describes, in Everything Is Going To Be Great: An Underfunded, Overexposed European Grand Tour (Harper Perennial, July), a European sojourn motivated less by any specific problems she faced in Americathough, to be fair, Shukert did grow up Jewish in Omaha, Nebraska, which is nobody's idea of a rollicking good timethan by a general spirit of post-college adventurousness
, and, more concretely, by a "non-paying, non-speaking" role in a traveling theater production.