Journal

  • Statistics - Updated.

    20 Apr 2011, 01:09 by Feyri

    Well i made a journal back in 2006 to see how my music taste compared to the mainstream listeners, in that you had to mark down how many listeners each artist had at the time, now looking back on it i find its very interesting to see how they've grown over the years.
    so i thought i'd record what each artist has currently so that again i can look back in a year or so and see how they've grown again.
    i'm planning to mark down my top 50, but might take longer then i can be bothered tonight.

    1. Venetian Snares
    May '09 - 5,592,744 plays (184,534 listeners)
    April '10 - 7,288,929 plays (232,377 listeners)
    April '11 - 8,965,251 plays (279,538 listeners)
    April '12 - 10,028,651 plays (309,220 listeners)

    2. TrollfesT
    Nov '06 - Unknown Plays (2287 listeners)
    May '09 - 600,535 plays (17,839 listeners)
    April '10 - 806,559 plays (27,197 listeners)
    April '11 - 977,029 plays (35,236 listeners)
    April '12 - 1,166,065 plays (42,222 listeners)

    3. Korpiklaani
    Nov '06 - Unknown Plays (20,758 listeners)
  • Statistic

    13 May 2009, 23:08 by Feyri

    Well i made a journal back in 2006 to see how my music taste compared to the mainstream listeners, in that you had to mark down how many listeners each artist had at the time, now looking back on it i find its very interesting to see how they've grown over the years.
    so i thought i'd record what each artist has currently so that again i can look back in a year or so and see how they've grown again.
    i'm planning to mark down my top 50, but might take longer then i can be bothered tonight.

    1. Venetian Snares
    May '09 - 5,592,744 plays (184,534 listeners)
    April '10 - 7,288,929 plays (232,377 listeners)
    April '11 - 8,965,251 plays (279,538 listeners)

    2. TrollfesT
    Nov '06 - (2287 listeners)
    May '09 - 600,535 plays (17,839 listeners)
    April '10 - 806,559 plays (27,197 listeners)
    April '11 - 977,029 plays (35,236 listeners)

    3. Korpiklaani
    Nov '06 - (20,758 listeners)
    May '09 - 8,095,259 plays (150,483 listeners)
    April '10 - 12,370,317 plays (199,765 listeners)
  • Breakcore FAQ

    14 May 2008, 08:12 by acidfucker

    Breakcore.
    Not noticed to it to pass it was not possible. For today it is one of the most extreme styles of electronic music who has united in itself on the basis of and , such elements of musical styles as (-), , Drum & Bass, and also some influence .

    Deposits of style have appeared approximately in the middle of 90th years. How on light has appeared Breakcore? Authentically it is not known, but there is a number of data when in Berlin and Cologne (Germany), one dj's the command under the name "Bass Terror Crew", has started to put on the parties heavier of a Breakbeat-plate, all was reached is by game of vinyl on 45 RPM, instead of initially planned 33 RPM (impacts in a minute). But thus name , has arisen in other place. At the same time DJ Tanith, specializing on Hardcore Techno parties, has begun a number new Party where for the first time as style it was specified "Breakcore".

  • F.A.Q.: Breakcore

    25 Sep 2007, 14:33 by humaniac

    Самая последняя версия F.A.Q.: Breakcore - здесь!
    English Version - F.A.Q.: Breakcore - here!
    http://www.industrial-project.com/images/stories/articles/breakcore_faq.jpg

    . Незамеченным ему пройти не удалось. На сегодня он является одним из самых экстремальных стилей электронной музыки, который объединил в себе на основе и , такие элементы музыкальных стилей как (Ragga-), , , а также некоторое влияние New-Rave.

    Задатки стиля появились примерно в середине 90-х годов. Каким образом на свет появился - достоверно не известно, но имеется ряд сведений, когда в Берлине и Кёльне (Германия), одна диджейская команда под названием "Bass Terror Crew", начала ставить на своих вечеринках более тяжелые -пластинки, достигалось всё это игрой винила на 45 RPM, вместо изначально намеченного 33 RPM (ударов в минуту). Но при этом само название , зародилось в другом месте. …
  • gay against you FREE ALBUM!!! gay against you STREAMABLE ON LAST.FM!!!

    1 Oct 2006, 21:13 by tom_dissonance

    gay against you give you a free album, last.fm streamability

    Joe: I'm never convinced with notions of genre in popular music; I think they can be too divisive or limiting. I mean, we could say that Gay Against You is noise but it has melodies too? It's too wimpy to be grind, too weird to be hip hop, too computerised to be punk... I don't see that there's anything wrong with calling what we do 'pop music' and leaving it at that...
    Lach: It's just pop punk, we just can't play guitars or sing in tune and we don't know any rude jokes, but Joe's right; genres are dead, now it's just down to whether a band is interesting or boring, that's all that matters.

    gay against you

    http://i47.photobucket.com/albums/f169/tom_dissonance/gayagainstyou.jpg

    Enthusiastic Scottish electronic pop showmen Gay Against You, currently celebrating the release on ADAADAT of their Muscle Milk opus and its touring, announce the streamability and free downloadness of their self-titled "gay against you" CD-R!! This 8-track release…
  • scottish electronic noise night Wednesday 19th July

    18 Jul 2006, 11:41 by sideb0ard

    hola! I'll be DJing at the Macbeth tomorrow in London, at a great night of scottish generated noise, in the latest installment of Lonepilot's monthly shows...
    From the www.Lonepilot.co.uk website:

    Ohhh!!!
    Badboxr records man and Glasgeeee electro freak Ohhh!!! brings good humoured jazzoid leanings and slappy happy sampling together for your kind pleasures. It's not the phatness of your beats but the size of your trumpet that really counts! Ohhh!!! Blows!
    Acrnym
    More Scots noise. Acrnym's had releases on a clutch of underground labels (Roxxor, Give Daddy The Knife, Adaadat, North American Hardcore) and smashes n' crashes his laptop beats better than 90% of dem fools out there. Get yr ADD dancin' shoes on.
    Romvelope
    Romvelope is Bjorn from Adaadat records, who rule - they put out DJ Scotch Egg, Gay Against You and loads of other good, good shizz (see link below). As Romvelope he makes wildly unique and inventive electronicness that is hard, melodic and fun all at once. Good work!