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3. Jan. 2010, 1:17 von Skyrail2009 was an amazing year for independent artists (those not attached to the big record labels and such). Here's my top 5 of the year in no particular order:
1. Bad Loop - found this guy's music in 2007, but his music just does not get old one bit, I find it difficult to pick top 10 tunes, top 20 tunes etc. but my for sure top tune of all time is Nio. Absolutely love it.
2. Mirrored Theory - he's been releasing his tunes on YouTube and MySpace for a while, he's done some amazing mixes and wondrous original tunes and with his new album released in the New Year there's much more to look forward to!
3. Tim Rowlands - absolutely beautiful piano playing, so lovely, a local fellow known by my brother, some cracking stuff right there
4. Ronald Jenkees - I just could not leave this guy out, boy does he conjure up some tasty tunes, top notch stuff, so catchy
5. Alexander Blu - heard this guys tunes after being more fascinated with the music then the main topic in a renewable energy video we watched on our course. So lovely.
16. Dez. 2009, 5:15 von LauraOrganaSoloFuck yes DUNE get. It's the reissue but I've been listening to 128 kbs MP3s I downloaded from a certain popular J Music torrent site since 2004.
For me, L'Arc~en~Ciel is one of the few artists' whose entire discography is, for the most part, entirely awesome. There are very few exceptions to this.
Regarding discographies, I once played an interesting game of sorts with a couple friends. We listened to snippets of L'Arc~en~Ciel songs one album at a time and selected two to "keep" and one to "toss." Some picks were easy and pretty much unanimous (*coughEntichersC'est La Viecough* and that really dull song entirely in French from Ray -- sorry, Yukihiro -- for me) but some led to interesting discusion. It was fun no matter what, though.
Now if only I could get some Plastic Tree and BUCK-TICK and MONORAL albums I wouldn't feel so guilty.
Other recent acquisitions I am happy to finally own: Disorganized Fun by Ronald Jenkees, Aja by Steely Dan, Complete Greatest Hits by Gordon Lightfoot…
25. Apr. 2009, 11:16 von Zadam_AFCApril:
1. Les Savy Fav - Let's Stay Friends
2. Tubelord - Feed Me A Box Of Words
3. Veto - I know that you know
4. Maxïmo Park - Quicken the Heart
5. Modwheelmood - Pearls to Pigs, Vol. 1
1. Adebisi Shank - This is the album of a band called Adebisi Shank
2. Dananananaykroyd - Hey Everyone!
3. We Are Knives - We Have Become Like Knives
4. Ever Since The Lake Caught Fire - phhh, I don't know ...just all of their songs? X
5. The Tupolev Ghost- The Tupolev Ghost
Sorry Blakfish, only 6th place (
1. Mutiny on the Bounty - Danger Mouth
2. Turboweekend - Night Shift
3. Blakfish - Champions
4. Does It Offend You, Yeah? - You Have No Idea What You're Getting Yourself Into
5. Elle Milano- Acres Of Dead Space Cadets
1. Errors - It's Not Something, But It Is Like Whatever
2. Data.Select.Party- Hanging Out With Humans
3. Haemostatic Picnic Races - Helios! These Are Instructions
4. Ronald Jenkees - Ronald Jenkees
28. Feb. 2009, 16:38 von Pay-tIk maak een nieuwe journal, ja, dat ga ik doen. OK.....
Ik heb een album van Ronald Jenkees erbij.. uhm
Ja, ik heb er een gemaakt.
22. Okt. 2008, 17:06 von kirealno comments.
Music becomes your own, when you like it, no matter who is the author, what genre or style it is, the music is already yours, its played in your heart and was written there. Same aspect makes it stupid to comment on any track, album, artist, genre, anything... Last.fm gives us a great opportunity to find similar artists or ppl with similar taste, but it never means that you would find any new great music for you to make it YOUR OWN.
What was that? Practice in english? Yeah. Thought? Yeah. This journal is mine and here are notes for self, no way for someone else, thats why they are so chaotic, rare and short.
6. Sep. 2008, 20:00 von substrJust a quick little library update with some recent listening thoughts...
Size: 83.97 GB
Duration: 39 days + 16:16:04
Plays to date: 25,842
As of late, I've kind of been in an electronic, funk, post-rock, instrumental, dance mood with some classic rock mixed in. Trying to take a break from all of the heavier stuff, but they still manage to find my playlists. Slowly, some decent old-school rap, classical, and 90's music has been making its way to my library again. I have managed to surpass where I was in terms of capacity before my hard drives failed a couple months ago, but I know I'm missing some important stuff. We'll see what happens in a month or so.
Also, I just found out about Ronald Jenkees yesterday from a friend. Some of his tracks are pretty wicked. I really enjoy Stay Crunchy. It is pretty much what I've been listening to the past month in a nutshell. Some really funky electronic stuff with a slick beat. Can't shake it.
24. Aug. 2008, 7:52 von dweeman