15 Dec 2014, 20:25 by ManicMyna
18 Mar 2011, 23:59 by Jewelge2002~~~REST IN PEACE Nate Dogg~~~
^^WOW, this made me sad^^
These are random thoughts in music...
REALLY White Rabbit, a Jefferson Airplane song
Grace Potter and the Nocturnals, love their 60s feel.
OOOOOOOOOOhhh and I can't forget Florence and The Machine....
Love this sound too!
MARCH/2011- Rediscovering old music, and really always paying attention the lyrics of songs.
“I have the right to do anything,” you say—but not everything is beneficial. “I have the right to do anything”—but not everything is constructive. -1 Corinthians 10:23, The Bible, NT
Love me some Heler, a band from El Paso, TX, lyrics in Spanish. "Quedate" title means "stay"----but referring to Christ staying in the heart...
Love this band.
26 Feb 2010, 03:40 by solipsisticasthttp://solipsisticnation.com/images/photo-eshone-M.jpg
It's been a long week for me here at solipsistic NATION. Last weekend I got hit with some sort of bug that had me bedridden for a couple of days. I've spent the rest of this week digging myself out from under a pile of work that accumulated while I was down. Recording the voice overs for today's show while sick was not a lot of fun either.
But you don't need to know about all that.
Despite being sick I still have a great show for you! Today's show features a mix from our guest DJ, EshOne.
EshOne is a musicians and an impresario and runs the San Diego Dubstep website. EshOne is also affiliated with San Diego's Brokenbeat.
I talk to people from all over the world on solipsistic NATION but we all need to support our local music scenes so I'm very pleased to have fellow San Diegan EshOne on today's show. I'll make my way to the next San Diego Dubstep show as soon as I'm over this damn cold.
22 Nov 2009, 13:16 by distortthecode
19 Mar 2009, 12:40 by WillNewtMon 16 Mar – Peter Doherty
The last rumour you want to hear at a gig is that the main feature is yet to arrive, especially when you’re there to see famously-intoxicated former-genius Peter Doherty. An apprehensive crowd was not helped by uncharismatic support from The Thirst, a group conspicuous only for their hairstyles, and Dot Allinson, whose ill-conceived cover of Massive Attack’s ‘Teadrop’ proved that trip-hop can’t be done acoustically.
When Pete finally decided to arrive he looked paler, flabbier and greasier than the tabloids would have us believe. Clearly drunk, he stumbled around and appeared bored and anxious, at one point taking time out at the back of the stage, seemingly unsure of what to do next. One thing Pete did get right was his choice of songs. He forsook much of his new album and played a set consisting almost entirely of Libertines crowd-pleasers and some of Babyshambles’ better efforts, opening with a one-sided rendition of Can’t Stand Me Now, lacking substance without Carl’s input…
9 Nov 2008, 08:55 by mannaz83http://www.self.it/cop/8033224410036.jpg
1. Il Genio - "Pop Porno"
2. The Killers - "Human"
3. Tiziano Ferro - "Il regalo più grande"
4. Ingrid Michaelson - "Be OK"
5. Those Dancing Days - "Home Sweet Home"
6. Gregory & The Hawk - Doubtful
7. Ray LaMontagne - You Are the Best Thing
8. Nickelback - Gotta Be Somebody
9. Snow Patrol - Take Back the City
10. The Thirst - Sail Away
12 Oct 2008, 06:31 by rockjournalThis list is totally incomplete because it's pretty hard to remember all the bands, especially all the unknown supporting bands. I also don't remember every concert I attended before 2004 because I didn't keep track back then. From 2005 on the list is almost complete. But I have to say I don't necessarily like all of the bands even if I saw them more than once - that just happens sometimes at festivals. This list includes only true musicians, I spare you the plastic pop shit bands I saw when I was a teenager (well that was in the 90's).
and yeeees I am addicted to live music and obsessed with live music - can't help it ;)
Donots: 44 x
Mando Diao: 33 x
Bosse: 22 x
Turbostaat: 18 x
Johnossi: 17 x
Placebo: 17 x
Itchy Poopzkid: 16 x
Beatsteaks: 15 x
Sugarplum Fairy: 15 x
Muff Potter: 14 x
Mad Caddies: 13 x
Fettes Brot: min. 12 x
Die Ärzte: 11 x
Sportfreunde Stiller: 11 x
4Lyn: min. 10 x
The Wohlstandskinder: 10 x
Molotov Jive: 9 x
Slut: 9 x
The (International) Noise Conspiracy: 9 x
31 Jul 2008, 21:43 by ChucklebuckThe Thirst
Most single releases tend to be overly-complicated (the original record having bajillions of remixes tacked on to fill up space), but The Thirst, much like with their music, decided to keep things simple; you get the original song, one electro mix, and that’s it. It’s a nicely balanced package. The first track is the original song, a funky indie-ska number, with its groovy bassline, jangly twangy guitars and inspired lyrics about urban life derived from a lifetime of bumming around the band’s hometown, the urban jungle of Brixton. The second track, David E. Sugar’s Morning Jim Remix, will be the highlight for dance fans, its strong bassline and vocals mixing well with the glittery electronics used, with the space age echoes not quite fitting in. With both indie vibes and an interesting electronic twist, this single will be a hit with fans of both genres.
Release Date : 12/05/2008
22 Jun 2008, 14:07 by FIFISAYS
3 May 2008, 04:27 by hello_imac3