1 Jun 2013, 09:01 by Svart_Dukke
13 Apr 2010, 02:21 by earthcrossingRecently I hit '1300' artists in my library, so I thought I'd make a list of them all for posterity! Of course, I already removed one of those artists frmo my library during this process (it was my music, but under the wrong name...) and there are others I can probably get rid of immediately. But I want to take care in doing so.
Anyway, without further ado...this is the result of coming on up 5 years of scrobbling here at Last.fm, and away from it (on iPod). There have been times when I wasn't able to scrobble, so a lot of data wasn't recorded then. But other than those times, this is what we have...
* A Camp (7s)
* A Perfect Circle (210s)
* A Streetlight Song (1)
* Abbe May (88s)
* Abbe May and the Rockin' Pneumonia (5s)
* Abra Moore (7s)
* Ace of Base (2s)
* AC/DC (64s)
* Adam Cohen (2s)
* Adele (2s)
* Aerosmith (8s)
* Afghan Whigs (1)
* AFI (29s)
* Aimee Allen (22s)
17 Mar 2010, 17:08 by SI_FailedArt is always convoluted, and if its personal stuff, which it almost always is, (let’s just say that it is) – then it’s really convoluted. It’s not like watching the entire season of a dodgy soap opera, because that stuff is really black & white and not particularly subjective, it’s fairly predictable – it is what it is.
With “art” it’s a snippet of a much larger narrative. It becomes vague and interpretive to the audience. For its creators it’s a masterbatory and self serving exercise.
But I’d prefer for an artist or band to write/make/create/draw/design things that are personal and find an audience by its own merits, rather than shitty formulatestuff that become just that – stuff; disposable stuff.
Anyway, this comp is kinda of about that, but more so emo/post-hardcore bands that do write long winded convoluted songs, some are pretty easy to understand; others are like that snippet thing.
01 Knapsack – Balancing Act
02 Cap'n Jazz – Little League
03 Cursive – Dispenser
15 Mar 2010, 22:18 by JyotiMishraWoo - loads of requests tonight: Russian Circles, MSTRKRFT, Refused, Venetian Snares. But I still managed to cram in craploads of brand-new music as well.
The best from the new was Swanton Bombs' 'Who's Asking.' I love the rawness of this track, I love the middle bit guitar riffery. There's a lot to be said for eschewing the wanky solo in favour of the cranking rhythm, The Kinks knew that and so do Swanton Bombs, even though they sound fuck-all like The Kinks.
The best old track has to be Venetian Snares' 'Einstein-Rosen Bridge.' I'm sure I've had it as a best old track before, it's so utterly awesome. And, as old as it is, it still makes people look up and do good WTF?? faces. Pure loveliness!
And, tonight, I broke all my normal Bzangy rules by playing not one but three tracks currently on Radio One. The first was Wiley because I love it and, hey, it's nice to have (a bit) of my song back in the charts! :-)
11 Apr 2009, 12:58 by JyotiMishrahttp://www.bzangygroink.co.uk/images/2009/kiteshi.jpg
Wednesday's best new track was by Akira Kiteshi and it was the awesome 'Glitch Pt 1&2.' As soon as I first (illegally) heard this stuttering, grunting, groinking track, I nipped onto iTunes and bought the single. Wonderful, rich electronic music.
The best old track was by tonight's featured artist, The Hidden Cameras. Although it could have been any of them, I have to go with 'A Miracle' as this song has helped me through some dark times. Joel Gibb's voice, the beautiful lyrics and the silky strings add up to one of my favourite ever recordings.
This is what I played:
Bad Religion - American Jesus
Pedro the Lion - Foregone Conclusions
Aardvarck - Untitled
Aesop Rock - Zodiaccupuncture
Black Flag - Louie Louie
The Narrator - SurfJew
Loefah - disko rekah
Fireside - Left Rustle
Friendly Fires - Jump In The Pool
The Cramps - Goo Goo Muck
2 Oct 2008, 23:05 by JyotiMishrahttp://www.bzangygroink.co.uk/images/2008/blitzen.jpg
Wooo - what a packed night! And loads of great requests, old and new!
Speaking of which, the best new track was 'Gold For Bread' by Blitzen Trapper. It's off their very poppy new album, 'Furr,' and it was released last week. Check it out for singalong loveliness!
The best old track was 'Observer' by Gary Numan. I was a teenage Numanoid and it's pretty obvious that his synthiness has stuck with me since then in the music I make myself. Where would synthpop, electro and all their modern derivatives be without Numan's huge influence? 'Observer' is just perfect.
This is what you heard:
canyonsofstatic - 1:17
Modcam - Grain Season
CYNE - Excite Me
Orion - Cash 4 Survival
Cold War Kids - Something Is Not Right With Me
Travis Stewart - Machine Drum Remix
Jape - Floating (Original)
Kano - I Like It (Prod. By Davinche)
The Presets - This Boy's In Love
23 Aug 2008, 13:32 by darshunThis is a journal entry of all the ticket stubs I have in alphabetical order by band. NOTE: These are mostly some form of ticket stub, so this is not a complete list of shows that I've gone to.
1 2 Foot Yard- 20031009 Troubadour
2 A Perfect Circle- 19991009 Coachella
3 A Static Lullaby- 20041106 Glass House
4 A Static Lullaby- 20041107 Troubadour
5 A Tribe Called Quest- 19960615 Tibetan Freedom Concert: San Fran
6 Alice in Chains- 19930806 Lollapalooza
7 American Minor- 20051015 Rockfest, Champaign, IL
8 Anandasong- 20020818 Alterknit Lounge
9 Andrea Bocelli- 20011201 Arrowhead Pond (Mom's B-day gift)
10 Arrested Development- 19930806 Lollapalooza
11 Askeleton- 20040524 Knitting Factory
12 At the Drive-In- 19991009 Coachella
13 Atmosphere- 20040502 Coachella
14 August Burns Red- 20071208 Knitting Factory
15 Autolux- 20080201 El Rey Theatre
16 Babes in Toyland-19930806 Lollapalooza
17 Baroness- 20080418 Knitting Factory
10 Jul 2008, 13:43 by renedehaan-MOST SEEN-
9 times: Arid, I Am Kloot
8 times: Daryll-Ann
7 times: Johan, Novastar, Racoon, Skik
6 times: Caesar, Heather Nova, Keith Caputo, Nilsson, Saybia, The Veils
5 times: Bauer, Faithless, Kashmir, Madrugada, Nits
4 times: Admiral Freebee, Anouk, Autopulver, Bettie Serveert, Chemical Brothers, Grandaddy, Hooverphonic, Kaizers Orchestra, Kooks, Krezip, Kula Shaker, Luka Bloom, Ocean Colour Scene, Placebo, Zita Swoon
-DATE- -ARTIST(S)- -(SUPPORT ACT(S))- -VENUE/FESTIVAL-
02-09-89 Simple Minds (Gun) Thialf Heerenveen
22-02-92 Crowded House (Amsterdam School) Oosterpoort Groningen
09-05-93 U2 (Claw Boys Claw) Stadion Feyenoord Rotterdam
00-00-95 Nits Zalen Schaaf Leeuwarden
00-04-95 Frank BoeijenDe Harmonie Leeuwarden
03-11-95 Nits De Harmonie Leeuwarden
00-08-97 Treble Spankers Noorderzon Festival Groningen
22/23/24-08-97 Cardigans, Johan, Kula Shaker, Mogwai, Afro Celt Sound System, Andrew Dorff, Heideroosjes, Hoover, Rammstein, Skunk Anansie, Supersub, 16 Horsepower…
9 Jul 2008, 20:51 by HellpasoHere's a list of most bands that I've seen live.
Absynthe Minded 3x
Andy C 2x
A Perfect Circle
Arcade Fire 2x
Asian Dub Foundation
Audio Bullys 2x
Auf Der Maur
Badly Drawn Boy
Basement Jaxx 2x
Belle and Sebastian
Bentley Rhythm Ace
The Black Box Revelation
Frank Black & The Catholics
The Black Heart Procession
Black Strobe 2x
The Breeders 2x
Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds
The Chemical Brothers 2x
Dave Clarke 2x
Cold War Kids
Creature With The Atom Brain
Cypress Hill 2x
DAAU + EZ3kiel
The Dandy Warhols
Danko Jones 3x
21 Apr 2008, 18:22 by P-DubThe theme for this month was covers. I took the opportunity to make a compilation of pop/rock/indie/metal-bands covering r&b/hip hop-classics. If u want the mix, let me know.
1. Klaxons - No Diggity (Blackstreet)
2. Marit Bergman - Real Love (Mary J. Blige)
3. Deftones - No Ordinary Love (Sade)
4. The Gossip - Are You That Somebody? (Aaliyah)
5. Hot Chip - Sensual Seduction (Snoop Dogg)
6. Mindless Self Indulgence - Bring The Pain (Method Man)
7. Rage Against the Machine - I'm Housin' (EPMD)
8. Fun Lovin' Criminals - Microphone Fiend (Eric B. & Rakim)
9. Chris Cornell - Billie Jean (Michael Jackson)
10. Lillasyster - Umbrella (Rihanna)
11. Tori Amos - '97 Bonnie & Clyde (Eminem)
12. Fireside - The Beautiful Ones (Prince)