12 Jul 2011, 08:41 by red-green-blue
15 Jan 2011, 21:29 by Berni_j1. Playground Love - Air (2000)
2. Armament - A Whisper In The Noise (2007)
3. Pyramid Song - Radiohead (2001)
4. Before a storm - Yael Deckelbaum (2008)
5. Woman Wisdom - Juliana (UK) (2001)
6. An Offering - Neurosis (2000)
7. Sparrow Falls - Woven Hand (2004)
8. Somewhere - Within Temptation (2004)
9. Birds in my backyard - Uncle's Institution (2002)
10 Citizen Erased - Muse (2001)
11. Nunca triste - Scumbucket (2002)
12. Angel Mom - Jesca Hoop (2009)
13. Mia Mera Meta - Haris Alexiou (2003)
14. To tango tis nefelis - Haris Alexiou (2006)
15. Og dagen den va sånn - Kari Bremnes (2006)
16. Not Going Anywhere - Keren Ann (2003)
17. No One Knows - Queens Of The Stone Age (2002)
18. Paranoid Skin - Scumbucket (2000)
19. Call Me In, Piccard - Ai Phoenix (2003)
20. Memories - Within Temptation (2004)
21. 2+2=5 - Radiohead (2003)
22. Girl with no name - Juliana (UK) (2004)
23. Come Another Day - Yael Deckelbaum (2009)
13 Sep 2009, 20:56 by disairyuzerneimmúm We Have a Map of the Piano (2002)
from the album Finally We Are No One
It goes: "I'll close my eyes and bite your tongue"
This is the very first múm song I listened to, and it has haunted me ever since. Everytime the band releases a new album I compare it to this song and try to find out if they have kept the magic. They did so until Summer Make Good with a few songs, but even if they keep releasing lullabies for babies for the rest of their careers, this song is enough of an achievement to keep an eye on them forever.
It starts with that beautiful bassline that takes you to a peaceful, quieter place somewhere in the universe. With little sounds that soothe your ears; and then that voice that whispers words like trying to hypnotize you.
The lyrics make the song even prettier. Kristín claims to someone else to please don't talk so fast, to slow down, to enjoy the moment.
2 Nov 2008, 12:16 by Iechium1. How did you get into 31 (Cole Milner)?
Through The Watery Graves of Portland. Once I got into them I went to the Marriage Records site and found a bunch of good stuff.
2. What was the first song you ever heard by 22 (The World On Higher Downs)?
Most likely Euclid.
3. What's your favorite lyric by 29 (Built Like Alaska)?
"I put a lot of weight in this, but your head is a cow that's been living it down. Dreaming of the country, dreaming of the open space." From Does Your Mother Feel Sick? on Autumnland.
4. What is your favourite album by 49 (Candy Bars)?
Well since they only have one album so far I guess that makes it On Cutting Ti-Gers In Half And Understanding Narravation.
5. How many albums by 13 (Yo La Tengo) do you own?
Electro Pura, I Am Not Afraid Of You And I Will Beat Your Ass, And Then Nothing Turned Itself Inside Out, Summer Sun, Painful, I Can Feel the Heart Beating as One, so six.
6. What is your favorite song by 50 (Arab Strap)? Fucking Little Bastards from Monday at the Hug & Pint…
22 Jun 2008, 18:01 by timeistheenemyBelow is the playlist of the Harmonica which will be on air 22th of June evening..
total duration: 1h. 51min.
to listen; Sun @ 23:00
1.Light and Music
3.Around The World / Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger
6.Rock the Casbah
7.Popular Mechanics for Lovers
10.No More Empty Words11.Out Of Reach
13.In White Rooms
15.Standing Next Of Me
18.Hey There Delilah
19.It Came Upon a Midnight Clear
20.The Temple Of The King
22.Já Sei Namorar
24.My Body Is a Cage
26.A Journey to a Star
27.Hijo De La Luna
28.We Have a Map of the Piano
hope you like it..
1 May 2008, 15:12 by bavanandel1. How did you get into 29?
K's Choice: Probably I heard them on the radio when I was like 15, when their song Not An Addict hit the charts.
2. What was the first song you ever heard by 22?
Radiohead: Hard to tell. They've got too many songs! Wild guess: Karma Police.
3. How many albums by 13 do you own?
Tommy Emmanuel: Two. Only, and more recently (however older): Initiation.
4. What is your favorite song by 15?
Richie Hawtin: Generally speaking, I listen to the complete album (DE9 Transitions) in a run, but the last track always draws my attention. So it's (D)ecaying Beauty.
5. What is your favorite song by 5?
Air: an easy one: All I Need.
6. Is there a song by 6 that makes you happy?
Mocean Worker: That would be Chick A Boom Boom Boom, most likely.
7. What is your favorite song by 10?
Le Peuple de l'Herbe: Definitely Herbman Skank.
8. What is a good memory you have involving 30?
Andy McKee: Theme from Schindler's List always makes me want to play the guitar.
19 Apr 2008, 03:42 by ikefoxYeah, I'm a sucker for an excuse to write about music that I like.
(I don't listen to a huge amount of music while on my computer. As a result, I have a lot of ties and some very large ones at that. Disputes are settled by rule of I'll pick whichever one I want to write about, fools.)
1. How did you get into 31?
Röyksopp was recommended to me by friends and last.fm, finally I relented to listen to some and I really liked them.
2. What was the first song you ever heard by 22?
We Have a Map of the Piano. It's still one of my very favorites by them, and I actually remember hearing it for the first time very well. It was late at night and when I heard that track, I immediately downloaded Finally We Are No One and listened to it as I went to sleep. Still my favorite album, too.
3. What's your favourite lyric by 29?
Thom Yorke - A Rat's Nest
clicks on the phone.
I cannot help you.
caught by own worm.
caught in a rat's nest.
eat own young.
20 Feb 2008, 22:00 by IcesmileI'll try to write here new music I discover and like a lot. Normally these artists/songs will be found in my playlist (perhaps until I delet'em or perhaps they'll survive for a long time.^^)
I recommend everybody, who has a more or less good music compatibility to me, to give'em a listen.
I won't write about every new artists/songs, just about the most important ones.
That's one of these bands I discover accidentally. I was hanging around, once again, at Tahiti 80 and afterward watched through the similar artists.
The chilly atmosphere of Ivy caught me immediately (most of all the song Feel So Free). Somehow it kinda reminds me of Au Revoir Simone but it's calmer. Till now (because of the time) I listened only through the album In the Clear, but it really got my attention. =)
18 Nov 2007, 17:29 by Iechium
17 Nov 2007, 17:17 by IechiumSaw this somewhere else. It's interesting, if not difficult.
This whole refusal to be called post-rock. Look, I get it, there's lots of shitty post-rock bands out there, but it's WHAT YOU ARE. Accept it or start writing folk songs.
19. Sigur Ros:
To be fair, I don't know how you say anything negative about this band. Other than maybe the fact that nothing compares to Ágætis Byrjun
Their songs are monotonous and boring, in the best way possible. I mean, it's the kind of music that's just uniquely leveled. It's laid back music, but occasionally I just get tired of it. And The New Year isn't as good. It's just not. But WhatFunLifeWas is still amazing.
17. A Northern Chorus:
Occasionally they let their pop-sensibilities take control of them. This isn't necessarily a bad thing, just sometimes rubs me the wrong way. …