29 oct. 2013, 1h07m par eucaine
24 sept. 2013, 2h09m par thedailygrindThis is my small but mighty record collection. I'd trade or sell some of those records, if you've got something to offer, I'm after. If there's something you want to get or trade, just get in touch and message me! Make sure to check my discogs collection, wantlist and sales for more details.
A Life Once Lost - A Great Artist LP (picture disc)
Absu - Abzu LP (white)
All Out War - Condemned to Suffer LP (clear red)
All Pigs Must Die - s/t 12"
Altars - Paramnesia LP
Amenra - Mass I LP (gold /black marble)
Amenra - Prayers 09+10 12"
Amenra / Vuur - Split 7"
Amenra - Mass II 12" (clear)
Amenra - Mass III 2xLP
Amenra / Hitch - Split 7"
Amenra - Mass IIII 2xLP (clear)
Amenra - Afterlife 10" (picture disc)
Amenra / Black Heart Rebellion - Split 12" (clear, etched b-side)
Amenra / Hive Destruction - Split 10" (clear)
Amenra / Oathbreaker - Split 7" (clear)
Amenra - Mass V 2xLP (silver)
17 jui. 2013, 7h58m par MachiventaIn no particular order:
The Moody Blues - Days Of Future Passed
The Moody Blues - In Search Of The Lost Chord
The Moody Blues - On The Threshold Of A Dream
The Moody Blues - To Our Children's Children's Children
The Moody Blues - A Question Of Balance
Barclay James Harvest - Barclay James Harvest
Barclay James Harvest - Early Morning Onwards
Barclay James Harvest - And Other Short Stories
Barclay James Harvest - Everyone Is Everybody Else
Barclay James Harvest - Live Tapes
The Byrds - Younger Than Yesterday
The Byrds - Turn! Turn! Turn!
The Byrds - Mr. Tambourine Man
The Byrds - Fifth Dimension
The Byrds - The Notorious Byrd Brothers
Pink Floyd - Piper At The Gates Of Dawn
Pink Floyd - Meddle
Pink Floyd - Obscured By Clouds
Pink Floyd - Dark Side Of The Moon
Pink Floyd - Wish You Were Here
Pink Floyd - Animals
Pink Floyd - The Wall
Pink Floyd - The Division Bell
David Gilmour - David Gilmour
The Velvet Underground - The Velvet Underground & Nico
The Velvet Underground - The Velvet Underground
14 jui. 2013, 20h03m par verbcakeSome interesting stats from my iTunes. It's a little different than my last.fm page as I've had iTunes much longer (since 2001) than last.fm (since 2006). Granted I didn't put all my music on my computer until probably 2004 when I got my iPod but yeah. So without further ado here's the journal entry.
Open iTunes/iPod (or whatever) to answer the following.
Total number of tracks: 17739
Sort by song title:
-First Song: A-1 Dieselhed
-Last Song: ? Secret Chiefs 3
-Shortest Song: Aw Hell No! by my friend Nathaniel Avery, 5 seconds
-Longest Song: Delirium Cordia by Fantômas, hour 16 minutes
Sort by album:
-First Song: Abandoned Language by dälek
-Last Song: Air (Elation Mix) by MF DOOM. That doesn't really count though since I don't have the album name for that track, so hold on.
Mask by Bauhaus is the last one that I have an album listed for, everything past that either doesn't have an album listed or is a live show and the album is the live date (if that makes sense).
18 fév. 2013, 13h33m par Dr-DanihellYeah. So I decided to write here my top 5 rappers list. First of all, I would like to apologize for all my grammar mistakes. Aftere these years my English is still in learning process, but who cares. Fuck ya'll...here we go.
Esham is the main reason why I love horrorcore so much right now. Like everyone can say what they want, for me is Esham the only godfather of Horrocore/Acid rap.
I must admit, Esham's newer shit is not so good as his previous material, but come on, he is still a fucking underrated legend.
The main reason why I love Esham so much is the fact he doesn't give a fuck at all. Just listen to his 90's work like 'Doubelieveingod?' By Natas, or just look on the cover of 'KKKill the fetus' LP. I think I really do not have to mention his flow, lyrics, beats, or voice. Everything is just pure trippy acid.
#4 Danny Brown
20 jan. 2013, 2h01m par kirkvanhendrixI guess I can't do these 'Greatest albums of this year!' lists anymore, maybe I'm too old or slightly out of touch now, so I'll try something easier for a change - the best gigs I've seen in last two years! I saw plenty, but missed even more. I'm doing this journal mainly for myself, so please, don't be offended by the lack of real informative value.
1) Coal Train at 007 - 19/4/2011
2) Forgetters at 007 - 11/5/2011
3) Polvo at OFF Festival 2011 - 6/8/2011
4) Oneida at OFF Festival 2011 - 5/8/2011
5) Thou & Moloch at 007 - 19/6/2011
6) Unsane at 007 - 2/7/2011
7) Edie Sedgwick at 007 - 17/10/2011
8) Melvins at Lucerna Music Bar - 13/10/2011
9) Travels at 007 - 3/1/2011
10) Fu Manchu at Lucerna Music Bar - 20/3/2011
Complete 2011 list - alphabetized for your viewing pleasure, yay!
All in the Golden Afternoon
Ariel Pink's Haunted Graffiti
Arms and Sleepers
1 jan. 2013, 19h00m par massdosageSo, a quick look back at the top gigs of last year - I managed to get to 28 gigs which was pretty good going. Looking back over the list there were more disappointments than in years before (I'm looking you Aphex Twin and Afrika Bambaata) but still more than enough good nights out to justify a post. Here we go... (All venues are in London, UK)
A Winged Victory for the Sullen @ Cecil Sharp House
Monday 16 January 2012
The year started off on a supremely chilled note with this as the first gig I went to. The venue was small and intimate and the ambient sounds of the sullen ones were well appreciated. Being seated it was very much a "sit back and listen" evening which was perfect, this isn't exactly dance music after all.
Radioactive Man @ The ? Bar
Saturday 31 March 2012
Up next was something completely different at a small, sweaty, (literally) underground club in Stoke Newington. Radioactive Man did a great set dropping electro and breaks and getting a very enthusiastic crowd into some serious ass shaking. …
30 déc. 2012, 12h22m par Zero_my_heroAnother year passed. Who gives a fuck?
TOP 10 LP:
10. Future of the Left: The Plot Against Common Sense
In 2012 it's very hard to create epic music without being ridiculous. One possible method is to mix up epicness with great quantities of "motherfuckerness".
9. Global Goon: Quonk
Monstre compilation of the most bizarre acid songs I've ever heard in my life.
8. pozvakowski.: sevenpeopleleft
Way more noisy and aggressive like their previous works. Full with energy, gives you beautiful pictures of isolation.
7. Tim Hecker & Daniel Lopatin: Instrumental Tourist
Inspired, wonderfully psychedelic wall of sounds. Just as good as the artists.
6. Peter Brötzmann Chicago Tentet: Walk, Love, Sleep
Fucked-up jazz monsters, manifesto of serious madness.
5. Moritz von Oswald Trio: Fetch
Long, slow, dark, erotic, surprising - best soundtrack for being alone high and sad.
4. Kid606: Lost in the Game
I really like this new direction of Kid606. …
1 sept. 2012, 3h42m par heyadamoA few days late, but I gather breaths were not being held.
TOTAL SCROBBLES = 130,981 (up the typical 20,000 or so -- FYI my scrobbles take up 2,620 pages front to back. If my scrobbled exploits were committed to paper, that would be a good hunk of a tree. *reflects* Wow. That's sorta depressing.)
TOTAL ARTISTS = 3,966 (again, right around 600 new artists join the fold this year, as per what seems to be the average. Say what they will about the moribund state of the music biz, bands are still forming, folks are still singing... and I continue to find ways to listen to 'em. BTW that is 221 pages worth of artists -- which after I think about it could be a LOT more if I don't insist on retyping in certain albums to in the artist field instead of with , and on random tracks. I'm not 100% thorough or consistent with it, but shaving the artist stat to simply the person whom album I chose to listen to is more fair to their total number of scrobbles.)
FRIENDS = 49. Also a really underrated album by the Beach Boys.
28 août 2012, 10h28m par headeyCYNE,
Royce da 5'9",
Army of the Pharaohs,
East Coast Avengers,
This plays, with some other good stuff, on this ~40minute
mini tag radio. ~~~~~~~~~~~ or ~~~~~~~~~~~ click here to
play in the scrobbler.