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29 Jan 2015, 00:00 by dodggeHeldorado [++++(+)]
Stara Wara [+++(+)]
Orange Tree [++++]
(U Bulka, Sulęcin)
Bun Crew [+++]
Riddim Badness [++(+)]
(Zlot Junak, Mierzyn)
Seven Kings, The Family of Gipsy Kings [+++(+)]
zespół, który miał próbę ("mapę życia w sercu masz") [(++++)]
Fisz Emade Tworzywo [+++]
Pidżama Porno [+++]
Emir Kusturica & No Smoking Orchestra [+++(+)]
Curly Heads [+++(+)(-)]
Łąki Łan [++++]
Rogal Salut&Blue Mountains
Heresy Denied [++++]
(Poznań, u Bazyla)
17 Nov 2013, 21:58 by mecchaumaiWorking on a live list here. Will take a while; will add bands as I remember.
Afro Celt Sound System
The All-American Rejects (x2)
All Time Low (x4)
Asylum City Zoo
Badly Drawn Boy
The Be Good Tanyas
Blue Rose Code (x2)
Bowling for Soup
Boys Like Girls
Elliot Minor (x3)
Fall Out Boy (x2)
The Friday Night Boys
Future Boy (x3)
Get Cape. Wear Cape. Fly
Hell To Pay
Jody Has a Hitlist (x5)
Lady Maisery (x2)
Luke Jackson (x2)
Manic Street Preachers
Martyn Joseph (x2)
Moore Moss Rutter
10 Jun 2013, 21:34 by fdunihoThe sidebar in my profile gives a brief synopsis of my taste in music, but it doesn't explain anything in detail. First, I usually listen to music to accompany other activities rather than setting aside periods of time to just listen to music. So, one of the most important factors affecting what I listen to is what I'm doing. I commonly listen to music while writing, reading, working, and exercising. For reading, I like to listen to music that helps me focus. For focusing, I often prefer instrumental music, though music with lyrics is fine as long as my attention isn't drawn to them too much. A steady rhythm, such as found in rock or fusion, often helps me focus, but when I'm already focused and just need to avoid distractions, ambient music can be best. For writing, working, and exercising, I often enjoy something that helps me move. In general, much of the music I listen to has to be good for focusing and moving. Other factors that are important to me are intellectual interest, emotional appeal…
26 Aug 2012, 10:33 by nerdielabratIndiepenDance Vertretung @ Radio Decoder (fridays 20-22h)
13.07.2012 - Vertretung fuer Bounty samt anschliessender Verlaengerung zwecks Ueberschallung des heruebertoenenden Vereinswahnsinns von gegenueber.
Und hier die Liste:
The Cramps - I Was a Teenage Werewolf
Messer Chups - Midnight Preacher
The Muffs - Another Day
Bloodsucking Zombies from Outer Space - Eaters of the Dead
Dota und die Stadtpiraten - Mittelinselurlaub
The Cramps - The Way I Walk
Violent Femmes - Kiss Off
Arcade Fire - Windowsill
The National - Runaway
Pink Industry - state of grace
Siouxsie and the Banshees - Helter Skelter
David Cronenberg's Wife - Can't Keep Doing What You Do
The Dresden Dolls - The Mouse and the Model
Tubeway Army - Are 'friends' Electric
Echo & the Bunnymen - Gods Will Be Gods
Buzzcocks - Harmony in my head
Fehlfarben - Katze zur Maus
Pink Industry - enjoy the pain
Fad Gadget - Saturday Night Special
Welle: Erdball - Finger weg von der Fernbedienung!
11 Apr 2012, 23:11 by OwainTreharneI think this is the full list. Almost. Probably missed a few. Maintaining is a hell of a lot easier than starting it
Acid Mothers Temple & The Melting Paraiso U.F.O. x 3 !!!!
The Admiral Sir Cloudesley Shovell
Afro Celt Sound System
The Afternoon Gentleman
Against Me! x 2
Alkaline Trio x 2
Aluk Todolo !!!!
...And You Will Know Us by the Trail of Dead x 2 !!!!
Angels & Airwaves
Angel Witch x 2
Animals as Leaders
Architects x 2
Art of Burning Water
Ash x 3
At the Drive-In
At the Gates x 3 !!!!
Basement Torture Killings
The Beach Boys
Bedouin Soundclash x 3
Behemoth x 2
Between the Buried and Me x 2
14 Sep 2010, 20:51 by ingridbijkerk
12 Jul 2010, 19:51 by moneebHop Farm have gone far in an attempt to establish themselves as a unique, no nonsense festival, but with mixed success. Though they kept to their "no sponsorship, no branding" promise, its difficult to say how excessive security checks and serpentine drinks queues honoured such an image. Fortunately, the event was, as one would have hoped for, a rather leisurely-paced affair: a gentle fly-by through modern and classic folk rock. Up-and-coming artists Mumford & Sons and Laura Marling stood firm along side their folk rock forefathers Bob Dylan, Van Morrison and Ray Davies...
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Fri 2 Jul – Hop Farm Festival 2010
Sat 3 Jul – Hop Farm Festival
Mumford And Sons
The Magic Numbers
Afro Celt Sound System
11 Jun 2010, 09:04 by hifromneptuneEvery so often, I have something to do and I don't want to do it. Have run out of tv shows to watch, don't want to leave computer to read, so my option for procrastinating: this! Yay. :-)
1. What's your favorite song by 15?
Jason Mraz - First off, The Remedy (I Won't Worry) (I remember loving it as a kid), but recently I'm Yours because it's so damn sweet. You can't fight that!
2. How did you get into 20?
John Hiatt - either by getting the CD out from the library or through last.fm, I forget which. Doesn't matter: the man is brilliant.
3. Who is your favorite member in 1?
Gordon Lightfoot - and the winner is... Well, him. :-)
4. What’s your favorite lyric bit by 29?
Christina Aguilera - I don't want to stop listening to Hans Zimmer so I can refresh my memory! Ummmm... The obvious: "You're beautiful, in every single way."
5. What's your favorite album from 10?
U2 - I am definitely not enough of a fan to answer this. Maybe The Joshua Tree?
7. Do you own any merchandise from 3?