22 jui. 2015, 2h57m par DespicableGypsy
22 jan. 2015, 10h50m par RockroosterIt al starts in utter confusion. 2010 is not a good music year. In fact I consider Usher's DJ Got Us Falling In Love as the best of the year. I have nothing against him, but his track was the best of the dancepop that was ruling the charts. Other genres seemed to have evaporated or were incorporated with a dance-sting. 2009 ended with the powerforce named Lady Gaga, but she was in 2010 between albums so there was a void. Kylie Minogue delivered, but could not fill the void. The void remained empty. Making the year 2010 in music for me even more difficult to reflect is my four month abscence. I went to Africa from July till October. So there is a gap. A void and a gap. It was a confusing music year, but it turned out to change after all during the fall of 2010...
What A Song! What A Force! What A Difference (from eveything else on the radio)! Everything I needed to end the confusion was given to me with Rolling in the Deep. 21 was released during January 2011 and what a change again. …
11 jan. 2015, 19h52m par jrydallLast.FM Milestones1st track: (15 Jun 2010)
Ellie Goulding - Guns and Horses1000th track: (26 Jun 2010)
Kylie Minogue - No More Rain2000th track: (08 Jul 2010)
Sarah Slean - Eliot4000th track: (01 Aug 2010)
Kate Havnevik - Nowhere Warm5000th track: (11 Aug 2010)
Kylie Minogue - The One6000th track: (24 Aug 2010)
Madonna - Mer Girl8000th track: (29 Sep 2010)
Sarah Slean - Vertigo9000th track: (19 Oct 2010)
Glee Cast - Touch a Touch a Touch a Touch Me10000th track: (30 Oct 2010)
Emilíana Torrini - Lifesaver11000th track: (16 Nov 2010)
Florence The Machine - Rabbit Heart (Raise It Up) (P.E.S.T Remix)12000th track: (28 Nov 2010)
Darren Hayes - The Great Big Disconnect13000th track: (11 Dec 2010)
Akira Yamaoka - Tant pis pour toi14000th track: (15 Dec 2010)
Prozzäk - I Want To Be Loved15000th track: (27 Dec 2010)
Goldfrapp - Human (Calexico vocal)16000th track: (06 Jan 2011)
Amy Winehouse - Tears Dry on Their Own17000th track: (19 Jan 2011)
2 déc. 2014, 0h10m par DespicableGypsyThe first 10 are mostly in order of preference, the other 12 is just muddled a lot
1. Carry on Wayward Son-Kansas
It has pretty much everything I love in a song. varied instruments that work, plenty of bass, harmonized vocals and some major skillz.
2. Dragon Slayer-Ninja Sex Party
Everything I love in a song yet again. Danny's voice is beautiful and the amount of harmonization just makes it even better (listen to the acapella version and you will orgasm like immediately). Plus i find it super hot and heaps funny and could listen to it forever. god knows how many times i've listened to it.
3. Let It Go-Frozen Soundtrack
I find it heartbreaking yet inspirational, not to mention beautiful. It would be number one if I could sing it. Damn me being a contralto! not fair! I love all disney music (excluding the morning report from the lion king what a pointless song).
4. Zero-The Smashing Pumpkins
One of the first songs I remember hearing. i've always absolutely adored it. 18 years and counting!
16 nov. 2014, 6h44m par RadioKaKaTop 50 Tracks of the 2010’s so far (In alphabetical order)
Adele – Rolling in the Deep
Alicia Keys – Un-Thinkable (I'm Ready)
Ariana Grande – Honeymoon Avenue
FKA twigs – Two Weeks
Foals – Inhaler
Frank Ocean – Pyramids
Grizzly Bear – Yet Again
How to Dress Well – Cold Nites
James Blake – Retrograde
Jessie Ware – Wildest Moments
Kanye West – Runaway (feat. Pusha T)
M83 – Midnight City
Miguel – Adorn
Mr Twin Sister – In the House of Yes
Phantogram – Don't Move
Adele – Rumour Has It
Arcade Fire – Ready to Start
Arcade Fire – Reflektor
Arctic Monkeys – Do I Wanna Know?
Ariana Grande – Problem (feat. Iggy Azalea)
Beyoncé – Drunk in Love (feat. Jay-Z)
Bon Iver – Holocene
Children Collide – Sword To A Gunfight
Dream Theater – On the Backs of Angels
Erykah Badu – Window Seat
Foals – Black Gold
Gotye – Somebody That I Used to Know
James Blake – The Wilhelm Scream
Janelle Monáe – Q.U.E.E.N. (feat. Erykah Badu)
Jason Aldean – Burnin' It Down
3 nov. 2014, 23h09m par supersmashsteve
11 juin 2014, 4h18m par RadioJammorFri 6 Jun – Let's Rock Bristol
They may be older, some may be wider, some may have less hair than they used to, but pretty much all of them were at least as good, if not better, than they were in the 1980s - which makes them a sight better than most of the chart toppers of today.
The venue for Let's Rock Bristol was the picturesque Ashton Court on the western outskirts of Bristol.
Conditions were wet under-foot to start with as it rained for much of Saturday morning, but cleared away for a warm afternoon. Sunday was hot to start with, but soon short-lived but still heavy downpours in the afternoon made sure that it was pretty muddy in places.
Also about the venue: whilst it was easy to get to during the day, if you were travelling from afar and were staying in Bristol without a car, it was very difficult to get back into Bristol, with insufficient public or private transport to do so. It seems that this was not the only big gig in town, and that played a part, but if events like this happen there again…
26 avr. 2014, 7h46m par Z_e_t_a
20 nov. 2013, 9h01m par RadioKaKaINTRODUCTION
Due to the revamping of the methodology of KaKá Radio Top 40 Tracks, Top 20 Albums and Top 20 Artists charts and the changes of tracking period for each chart year, the annual Music Awards also need to be reloaded, mainly according to the revised editions of Year-End charts from 2008 to 2012; See also the initial editions of Music Awards for 2011, 2010, 2009 and 2008.
Explanation for Category Restructuring
It was determined that, in deference to the massive increase of foreign music since the middle of 2010, the International Field be divided into Pop, R&B/Hip-Hop, Rock/Alternative, Country, Soundtrack fields at the same year, all these fields, including the C-Pop field, would possibly be suspended or folded into other field, due to low number of entries in a certain year; Besides, all nominations in each genre were decided to compete together for the awards in the newly established Catalog and Current fields. In the Catalog Field…
31 déc. 2012, 17h50m par RadioKaKaAs far as I know, Last.fm's Year-End charts have never ever listed the Top Tracks of each year, so I tried to compile the calendar-year recaps according to the weekly Top Tracks worldwide chart.
The Year-End charts utilize an inverse point system with tracks collecting points mainly based on rank for each week they were on the chart, plus more or less adjustments according to the listeners of that week, if necessary. In a word, when a track hits No. 1, it earns the greatest point, while earns the least with weeks at No. 25. Listeners registered without entering the weekly top 25 aren't considered in these standings.
Last.fm Unofficial Year-End Top Tracks of 2012
Rank - Peak (Weeks) - Weeks in the top 10 - Artist – Track (Description)
01. 1 (29) 46 Gotye – Somebody That I Used to Know
02. 3 (3) 40 M83 – Midnight City
03. 2 (20) 26 Carly Rae Jepsen – Call Me Maybe
04. 1 (1) 41 Lana Del Rey – Video Games
05. 2 (3) 35 Foster The People – Pumped Up Kicks