25 Nov 2011, 20:03 de Imariabe
20 Sep 2010, 23:38 de SirShrek1. How did you get into 29? (Colbie Caillat)
I heard Bubbly on TV, and my sister said that this is totally something I would listen to. And she was right...
2. What was the first song you ever heard by 2? (Dido)
Hunter. I fell in love with this song. Then I've heard Thank You and after that - White Flag when the next album came out. That's how it all begun :)
3. What’s your favorite lyric by 33? (Jem)
I adore Missing You - the lyrics are so unbelievably heart breaking!!!
4. What is your favorite album by 49? (Norah Jones)
Definitely the first one - Come Away with Me. Feels Like Home bores me, so does Not Too Late. I will have to check if The Fall is any better...
5. How many albums by 13 do you own? (Katy Perry)
Two studio albums - I will have to find the MTV Unplugged one some day... Oh, I also have her "Katy Hudson" album!
6. What is your favorite song by 50? (Katie Melua)
Spider's Web, I suppose.
7. Is there a song by 39 that makes you sad? (Kelly Clarkson)
29 Ene 2010, 15:16 de esmeloveFirst, make a list of your top-20 artists overall. Then, for each of these artists, add the 8 most similar artists to your list. Delete any duplicates, count up the number of entries on your list and this will give you some idea of how eclectic your listening habits are. A score of 9 represents an extremely unvaried musical taste while a 160 represents an extremely varied one.
1. ayumi hamasaki
2. Utada Hikaru
3.Explosions in the Sky
This Will Destroy You
Godspeed You! Black Emperor
God Is An Astronaut
Do Make Say Think
The Album Leaf
28 Dic 2009, 6:12 de origamicreatureSo, as always... I'm suming up what this year was for me... musically speaking, I couldn't care less if these songs are as old as my grandma - or more - the thing is that they must have had some kind of meaning this year (either that or they just obsessed me). So, here I come, these were my "meaningful" songs this year... for one reason or another.
Special mention (for old time's sake): Tori Amos - Give
Runner-up: Pink Martini - Où est ma tête?
30. Lady Gaga - Bad Romance
29. Pete Yorn - Lose You
28. Juana Molina - Un día
27. Carla Bruni - Péché d'envie
26. Ricardo Arjona - Que Nadie Vea
25. Andrea Bocelli & Martha Sánchez - Vivo Por Ella
24. Charles Aznavour - For Me Formidable
23. Alif Tree - Belle
22. Maria Taylor - Cartoons and Forever Plans
21. Alphaville - Forever Young
20. Au Revoir Simone - Trace A Line
19. Oquestrada - Oxalá te veja
18. Cuentos Borgeanos - Té Verde
17. Russian Red - Gone, Play On
16. Manu Chao - Me Llaman Calle
16 Dic 2009, 19:53 de ImariabeI thought about making a best of list, but I haven't even listened to a quarter of the albums released this year. So, I decided to do what I did last year and make a list of albums that I bought this year.
1. Fiona Apple-Extraordinary Machine 2005: My favorite tracks are Extraordinary Machine, Better Version Of Me, and Not About Love. I like the font and the color in the CD booklet, but overall it's pretty boring. Not enough pictures.
2. Maya Barsony-Femme D'Exterieur 2008: Pompe a diesel, Laisse Couler, and Dis-Moi. The booklet has nice photographs, but the inside is poorly designed.
3. Bat for Lashes-Two Suns 2009: Daniel, Peace of Mind, and The Big Sleep. The first time I listened to this, I was slightly disappointed because all of the songs seemed to sound the same. After several listens, it grew on me. However, I still prefer Fur and Gold. The album cover is interesting, but the picture of "Pearl" on the back is better. …
7 Dic 2009, 20:29 de lrhbI guess I only had 7 albums in my top 20 that were actually released this year... and here you have it:
7. Sonic Youth - The Eternal
I don't even remember listening to this album that often!
6. Howling Bells - Radio Wars
Same with this one!
5. Eminem - Relapse
I thought this was a nice return to his old style, but it's probably got some of the most disturbing songs I've ever heard on it!
4. Mirah - (a)spera
I would have to say that this one was also a return to the older Mirah, who had gone out on a limb exploring new artistic territories.
3. St. Vincent - Actor
2 Nov 2009, 23:07 de FollyOfYouth
20 Abr 2009, 13:08 de LaDissonanteLa Dissonante a le plaisir de vous annoncé que seront diffusés des speciaux sur Le Printemps de Bourges. Interviews, lives and whatever depuis le premier festival du calendrier.
STAY TUNED SUR LA DISSONANTE!
Some of the artist that will appear at the festival.
* Piers Faccini
* Ben Harper & Relentless
* Kokusyoku Sumire
* Zaza Fournier
* Arthur H
* Amadou & Mariam
* Inna De Yard All Stars
* Keziah Jones
* Toots & The Maytals
* Sporto Kantes
* The Ting Tings
* DEX PISTOLS
* Birdy Nam Nam
* Etienne de Crécy
* Naive New Beaters
* Miss Kittin & The Hacker live
* Laurent Garnier Live
* Ebony Bones
* Miss Platnum
* Zone Libre VS Casey & Hamé
* Kery James
* Ultra vomit
* Royal Cabaret
25 Mar 2009, 4:09 de ImariabeInstead of waiting until the end of the year when I've forgotten which new artists I've found and how I found them, I'll start now and just add on whenever I find someone new.
Hanne Hukkelberg- I've listened to both of her cds and my favorite track is Do Not as I Do from Little Things
The Bird and the Bee- I like their cover of How Deep Is Your Love. I only listened to their album once, and I didn't care for it. Maybe I'll give it another try.
Boris Vian- Fais-moi mal Johnny Johnny Johnny, J'aime l'amour qui fait boum!
El Perro del Mar
Richard Cheese- I saw him in one of my neighbor's charts. I only like his versions of Closer and Rape Me.
Cristina- She was recommended to me because I listened to Was (Not Was)
Amylie- I think she is the best new singer I've found on fillessourires this year.
Call Me Poupée
La Grande Sophie
Emily Loizeau- lastfm recommended her, but I didn't really listen to her until I won her second cd…
11 Mar 2009, 10:25 de MyRuinerLa salle de l’Alhambra a rouvert ses portes il y a plus d’un an ; toute de noire revêtue, elle invite les artistes à s’investir sur scène. Tant mieux ! Emily Loizeau, en tournée avec ses acolytes, nous propose une mise en scène soignée et propice au songe.
Après L’autre bout du monde, délicieux album porté par des textes malicieux, parfois nostalgiques et poignants, et par la voix si particulière d’Emily Loizeau, Pays sauvage, son quatrième album, nous emporte dans un monde marqué par le sceau et l’imaginaire de sa créatrice.
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