20 Mar 2009, 17:36 by CallumMcCahon
19 Feb 2009, 12:48 by bwieckowskiThe National - Anyone's Ghost
Nas & Damian Marley - Africa Must Wake Up
Hans Zimmer - Dream Is Collapsing
Icepcja do umysłu całkiem niezłego motywu ..
The Burning Hell - I Love the Things That People Make
na przykład to. po owocach. i po warzywach
Kula Shaker - Peter Pan R.I.P
baśniowa delikatność uwerturą do niespodziewanie przyjemnego całego albumu
Dinosaur Jr. - Said The People
rzewnie, balladowo w starym, dobrym stylu
Red Sparowes - A Hail Of Bombs
short but smart
The Algorithm - Two Plane-Polarized Waves
hardkorowa dyskoteka robodancowa eklektyczna inspiracja
Of the I - Single Units
wbite w głowę maynardowo-toolowe granie
Louise Attaque - J't'emmène au vent
vive la France, viva zwei!
Meine Liebe Dammen und meine Liebe Herren, Pod klub już dojechał sprzęt legendarnym kontenerem Chłopakom się gotuje w butach, A laskom cieknie ślina Dobry wieczór czołem i cześć, Przedstawienie czas zaczynać! (...) Witają ciebie..
31 Jan 2009, 09:44 by Zireael666
28 Jan 2009, 17:30 by Zireael666Uhm... I can't speak English very well...
But, who cares?
I'm okay, and I think i fell in love with Progressive Music..
It's great, for me it's like high form of existence.
Uhm... Nie umie za dobrze po Angielsku..
Ale, who cares (angielska wersja brzmi lepiej xP)
U mnie wporzo, i myśle że zakochałam się w muzyce progresywnej.
Jest genialna, dla mnie to wyższa forma egzystencji.
Tool Dramatic Sin Of the I
10 Oct 2008, 09:44 by OfTheIThe Balance Instars CDs have arrived and are fit for human consumption. We'd like to thank all of you for sticking with us this long, and especially those who have shown their support by pre-ordering the album. Your CDs have been dispatched, and we'd love to hear your thoughts once you've given it a few spins.
For those who don't have it yet:
Balance Instars is a 60-minute journey through our collective mind. Although each song has been crafted to tell its own story, the CD contains transitions between the tracks which ties the album together into a continuous journey. This is an Album-Lover's album, like the ones we grew up on. But it doesn't sound like anything you've heard before.
It's been a long road, and finally we've arrived at the beginning of a new one.
After spending more than a month getting all the busy-work for the album taken care of, we're itching to play live again. Luckily, this weekend sees us kicking off our weekend mini-tour with Esoterica in Birmingham and Shipston. …
2 Apr 2008, 08:40 by OfTheIHello friends!
So it has been a very long time since out last post, and we are sorry about this. We love you all, but we've been up to our ears working on this album, which throws a new obstacle in our way every day. It'll be worth it though.
If you want to get a preview of our studio sound, and a look into a slightly different side of the band, then have a listen to our new sampler. Between Being and Ego has been studio-fied, so get your headphones out and prepare your favourite herbal refreshment.
The two new tracks, Single Units and Modern Equivalent, differ from what we've released before in a few ways. These songs are more direct, more aggressive, and darker in tone than some of our other material, but all in service of sending out a strong message with each of these tracks. The themes in these songs relate directly to those in our other work, we're just trying to stir them up from a more personal and visceral level this time.
14 Sep 2007, 09:01 by HausemerOn september 11th it was one year ago that I registered here. Was it worth it? Definitely.
A list of artists I discovered here that are worth listening:
Across The Delta
The Sound of Animals Fighting
Explosions in the Sky
Of the I
The Black Keys
Marcio Teixeira de Mello
The Dave Brubeck Quartet
Godspeed You! Black Emperor
A Swarm of the Sun
Iron & Wine
So, I'm looking forward to another year full of discoveries...
My current Top20 looks like this:
1. dredg 371
2. Elliott Smith 308
3. Bright Eyes 273
4. Anathema 246
5. ...Trail of Dead 244
6. Oceansize 239
7. Porcupine Tree 221
8. Tool 201
9. Amplifier 185
10. The Mars Volta 174
11. Johnny Cash 159
12. Damien Rice 150
13. Jamie Cullum 139
14. Aereogramme 136
15. Isis 132
16. Incubus 125
17. Machine Head 116
Sufjan Stevens 116
19. Metallica 115
16 Apr 2007, 13:03 by OfTheISo, it's been a while now, and things are ticking along nicely here at Of The I headquarters.
So far this year, we've had over 7,000 downloads of the whole EP from demonoid, nearly 2,500 scrobbles here on Last.fm, 1,500 song downloads on mp3.com, over 20,000 views on MySpace (since our tragic random deletion- at which point we had 24,000 views), and tons of new friends & listeners. We've said it before, and we'll say it again- we can't describe how much we appreciate the amount of sincere support we've gotten from our listeners, because it indicates to us the kind of connection our music is making with you, and that's added an entirely new dimension of joy to our process of creating and playing music.
As we're all students, we've taken some time to focus a little less on music, and a bit more on finishing our degrees. We're still gigging (next one: Thursday April 26th @ Bullet Bar in Kentish Town), spreading the word, adding final touches to some songs, plotting ways to get into a studio to record our monster LP…