18 Sep 2010, 19:47 by Hopeazul
24 Jan 2010, 03:58 by xCUDDLECORExhttp://bumbelle.blogspot.com
The Bastards of Fate
This'll Kill Ya!
Nero's Day At Disneyland
Hop Along, Queen Ainsleis
The Gothic Archies
I blog about obscure and underrated artists. If you have a suggestion, please leave it in the comments below. I am open to all genres.
8 Sep 2008, 02:39 by mlvlntsprkl
25 Mar 2008, 23:58 by kfeener1. How did you get into 31?
I went to a show and they were one of the opening bands.
2. What was the first song you ever heard by 22?
As Tall As Lions
3. What's your favorite lyric by 29?
The Reign of Kindo
"full of desire, but i'm bankrupt of all will"
4. What is your favorite album by 49?
5. How many albums by 13 do you own?
one, but it's my brothers. I'm not really that fond of them.
6. What is your favorite song by 50?
Well, it's Etta James and Harvey Fuqua's duet, "If I Can't Have You"
7. Is there a song by 4 that makes you sad?
Pedro the Lion
Options (but I love the song)
8. What is your favorite song by 15?
House of Heroes
tough question. Metaphor in Parenthesis is definitely one of them
9. What is your favorite song by 5?
As Cities Burn
ANOTHER TOUGH ONE. from SILYAYD: admission:regret or one:twentyseven
from CNS: Clouds or Timothy
10. Is there a song by 6 that makes you happy?
21 Nov 2007, 21:22 by puddlegumAt the age of 31,Jesse Sprinkle has accomplished a tremendous amount as a professional recording artist, performer, producer, photographer, and designer. His work has varied from `90s alternative to metal, from emo to classical guitar… begging his fans to ask, “What will Jesse do next?”
Sprinkle has toured and recorded with a long list of bands over the past fifteen years. Now his creative mind is focusing on his Bluebrick Recording Studio in Avon, New York. Over the past twelve months Jesse has produced at artists such as: Fusion, Subcolour, Blue Was a Bear, The Wrong Mind, and Courtney Streb. Sprinkle has a gifted eye as a photographer, amassing thousands of artistic photographs as he toured the world. He also offers his photography services at Bluebrick Recordings, drawing upon his catalogue.
“Bluebrick Recordings is a 24 track digital recording facility operated by Jesse Sprinkle and George Hochbrueckner. We are people devoted to real art created by real humans for real reasons. …
17 Jul 2007, 21:44 by viciousadmirerThis is the playlist I put on when I'm trying to relax or fall asleep. It's pretty long, but worth it. If you don't have these songs, you absolutely need to get them.
1. Sleeper 1972 - Manchester Orchestra
2. Close Your Eyes - Young Love
3. Japanese Gum - Her Space Holiday
4. On A Freezing Chicago Street - Margot & the Nuclear So and So's
5. Concrete Boots - Immoor
6. Simple, Starving To Be Safe - Daphne Loves Derby
7. Instead Of Beauty, Branding - After The Sirens
8. Little Child - The Panic Division
9. How Do I Fix My Head - Straylight Run
10. The City Lights - Umbrellas
11. Away to the Heart - Noise Ratchet
12. You Remind Me Of Home - Ben Gibbard
13. Motionless - Hotel Lights
14. Earth And Venus - Andy Davis
15. Holiday in Spain - Number One Fan
16. Once More With Feeling - Get Cape. Wear Cape. Fly
17. Picture - Mute Math
18. City Dreamer - The Go Find
19. Paper Bag - Dear and the Headlights
20. Someone Else's Life - Joshua Radin
27 May 2007, 05:31 by Enrique67Thanks to macychick for this idea. First, 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. The Stone Roses
2. Lloyd Cole
5. Caedmon's Call
6. Vigilantes Of Love
7. The Alarm
8. The Samples
10. Rusted Root
11. Blues Traveler
12. Grateful Dead
13. The String Cheese Incident
14. The Whitlams
15. You Am I
16. Split Enz
17. The Bodines
18. The Soup Dragons
19. Shop Assistants
21. The Darling Buds
22. The Pastels
23. The Flatmates
25. Crowded House
26. Men at Work
27. Dire Straits
28. Matthew Sweet
30. The Replacements
31. Marshall Crenshaw
32. Joe Jackson
33. The Cruel Sea
34. Big Country
14 Jan 2007, 04:58 by V1OLAthis is so weird. any explanations? haha, comment!
Opening Credits: Jason Mraz - summer breeze
Waking Up: Norah Jones - sunrise
Average Day: Snow Patrol - the finish line
First Day At School: Augustana - boston
Prom : Carrie Underwood - i just can't live a lie
First Date: Stereophonics - first time i ever saw your face
Falling in Love: Relient K - i so hate consequences
Fight Scene: Nada Surf - dispossession
Breaking Up: The Hush Sound - echo
Getting Back Together: Copeland - love affair
Life's Okay: Paramore - let go
Mental Breakdown: Cute Is What We Aim For - sweat the battle before the battle sweats you
Driving: The Weakerthans - one great city!
Flashback: The Elected - did me good
Partying: Styrofoam - beequeen
Happy dance: RHCP - the zephyr song
Regretting: death cab - the new year
Long night alone: Weezer - we are all om drugs (HAHAH)
Wedding: The Arcade Fire - my heart is an apple
24 Aug 2006, 02:53 by scourtneyObviously, these are in no particluar order, thought I am going to try and limit the number of albums from my favorite artists to but a few...check back, as I'll add to the lsit whenever I feel like it.
Radiohead - OK Computer
The Pixies - Doolittle
Otis Redding - Otis Blue
Jeff Buckley - Grace
The Lemonheads - It's a Shame About Ray
Urge Overkill - Saturation
Mr. Bungle - self-titled
Smashing Pumpkins - Siamese Dream
Neil Young - Tonight's the Night
The Beatles - Rubber Soul
Funkadelic - Maggot Brain
Son Volt - Trace
Nirvana - Nevermind
Tori Amos - Little Earthquakes
Bob Dylan - Blonde on Blonde
The Jayhawks - Hollywood Town Hall
Violent Femmes - self-titled
Palace Music - Viva Last Blues
Widespread Panic - Space Wrangler
Detroit Cobras - Mink Rat or Rabbit
The Wrens - The Meadowlands
Shudder To Think - Pony Express Record
The Clash - London Calling
Faith No More - Angel Dust
Grand Champeen - The One that Brought You
Dogs - Turn Against This Land
Matthew Sweet - Girlfriend
11 May 2006, 10:16 by PJF6387If I were to get stranded on some deserted island alone with only 5 CDs (you know, a really highly likely situation)... these would be the ones I'd choose, in no particular order...
Chris Whitley - 'Living With The Law' - The man was a musical genius. Over the course of his career he reinvented himself in so many different ways that it is truly nothing short of amazing. One listen to this and then one listen to his newer material, like 'Rocket House', for example, truly exemplifies the musical diversity that Whitley had. This album was his first big break, back when he had a major label deal with Sony in the early 90's, and is without a doubt one of the finest musical masterpieces this world has ever witnessed. Perfect.
Butch Walker - 'Left Of Self-Centered' - Butch is... well... Butch. There's no other way to describe him. He's one of a kind. He's such a workaholic on all of the albums that he produces that he hardly gets the credit he deserves for his own solo work, which is really unfair. …