5 Apr 2009, 10:30 by GothGrrrl
23 Dec 2008, 11:48 by radiobrainSeit meinem letzten Blogeintrag wurde viel gesagt, gesungen und gescrobblet. Währendessen zog das Jahr 2008 in einem unglaublichen Tempo vorbei. Nun befinden wir uns wieder in dieser Zeit der Rückblicke und Best-of’s und da möchte ich es nicht lassen, auch meine persönlichen Highlights auf Last.fm zu verewigen (wenn man das im Web so sagen kann).
Da wären also (nach langem hin und her) meine Lieblings...
...Lieder von 2008
1. Herman Düne – Someone Knows Better Than Me (Ein Ohrenschmaus und -wurm für jeden Düne Fan)
2. MGMT – Time to Pretend (Der “Sommerhit” des Jahres darf natürlich auch nicht fehlen)
3. The Mountain Goats – San Bernardino (Da könnte praktisch jedes Lied von „Heretic Pride“ stehen)
4. Bang Gang – I Know You Sleep (Die Perle aus Island)
5. Sophie Hunger – Birth-Day (Schöner als mein eigener Geburtstag)
6. Hot Chip – Ready for the Floor (Unangefochtener Electro-Hit des Jahres)
11 Oct 2008, 11:35 by ellycopterSat 4 Oct – Conor Oberst and the Mystic Valley Band, I Heart Hiroshima
Whilst other kids his age were playing in the park and trading baseball cards, he was stirring up a legacy. He self-released his first full-length album at age 12 on what has evolved today into Saddle Creek Records, one of indie rock’s most respected labels. He had made three more records and taken part in four semi-successful bands, all before his 16th birthday.
It’s clear that Conor Oberst was no ordinary child, and now, over a decade down the track, he’s showing no signs of slowing down.
After riding on the wave of his critically acclaimed outfit Bright Eyes for the past few years (and picking up a horde of finally-someone-who-understands-me angsty teenage fans), he released an album under his own name again this year with new bandmates The Mystic Valley Band, and brought his tight collection of new songs to Australia – his first visit since 2005’s Bright Eyes tour.
20 Sep 2008, 23:35 by GothGrrrlMir is so unfassbar langweilig, dass ich diese Survey jetzt noch mal mache in der Hoffnung, dass sich irgendwas verändert hat. XD
Q#1: Name your top 10 artists played on Last.fm:
1] Kaizers Orchestra
2] Kaiser Chiefs
3] Bright Eyes
5] Gogol Bordello
6] Scissor Sisters
9] Dirty Pretty Things
10] Conor Oberst
Q#2: What was the first song you ever heard by #6?
The Scissor Sisters... Laura
Q#3: What is your favourite album of #2?
Kaiser Chiefs, da is ja die Auswahl nich so groß. Aber das is trotzdem nich so wahnsinnig leicht... "Employment" denk ich.
Q#4: What is your favourite lyric that #4 has sung?
"As for me I just can't decide
Under which rock I'm supposed to hide"
Q#5: How many times have you seen #5 live?
Gogol Bordello, not at all. (yeah I'm writing a pretty weird mixture of German and English but that's just because I feel like it... XD)
Q#6: What is your favourite song by #7?
10 Jun 2008, 16:26 by joviangel...there's another fine bug in the last.fm world :s This little bastard killed a few updates on my other journals - so I'm starting a new one here ;)
84.000th track played on 06/06/08 - Dirty Pretty Things ~ Tired Of England
85.000th track played on 11/06/08 - Bon Jovi ~ Last Man Standing
86.000th track played on 16/06/08 - Bon Jovi ~ Misunderstood
87.000th track played on 25/06/08 - Dirty Pretty Things ~ Tired Of England/Buzzards & Crows
88.000th track played on 01/07/08 - Dirty Pretty Things ~ Faultlines
88.888th track played on 06/07/08 - Yeti ~ Can't Pretend
89.000th track played on 06/07/08 - Razorlight ~ Somewhere Else
90.000th track played on 11/07/08 - Dirty Pretty Things ~ Faultlines
91.000th track played on 17/07/08 - Dirty Pretty Things ~ Best Face
...okay - off to a new game now obviously =) As last.fm changed it design & also the way they count tracks today I obviously got about a plus of 6000. 100.000 tracks are clooose baby ;)