3 jan. 2010, 5h12m par gtutor
17 avr. 2009, 4h54m par AdriaNnLAOk, so a significant part of the draw to Last.fm has always been the recommendations.
You listen to a bunch of tracks that you like and through the magic of databases, algorithms, and other listeners with similar tastes; you're presented with artist recommendations courtesy of the machine.
Their used to be a sweet feature subset of the recommendation engine that allowed groups and other users to send you recommendations to which you could also mix in to your musical discovery journey.
Unfortunately with the most recent 'overhaul' of the site, group recommendations went away completely and personal recommendations went to pot. Instead of being displayed on a singular page and allowed to populate a radio stream of unbroken recommendations, they now appear in your inbox where you have to sample them one-at-a-time.
Not nearly as fun nor conducive to the discovery listening process. :-(
I'd previously found a tool (I'll stick a link in here later) that would scrape some of your…
26 oct. 2007, 7h26m par solipsisticasthttp://solipsisticnation.com/images/photo-ultimaerecords.jpg
On this week’s solipsistic NATION we’re joined by Sunbeam of Ultimae Records and we’ll hear songs she has selected from the roster of artists on her label.
I first found out about Ultimae Records while listening to Fake Science’s lab report podcast and I was immediately enchanted with the label. Ultimae Records releases music that is sometimes ambient, sometimes downtempo, sometimes uptempo but always haunting and beautiful. That’s quite an accomplishment because there are many labels with the same aspirations as Ultimae Records but they fall short because they lack either the caliber of artists on Ultimae Records or the consistency of quality releases. Where other labels fail Ultimae Records succeeds because all their releases are deep and luxurious.
Sadly, Fake Science are closing their online store but I’m grateful that they turned me on to Ultimae Records.
01. Carbon Based Lifeforms "Transmission / Intermission"
13 mai 2007, 20h07m par bevofan83My eclectic score is currently
The 67 related artists for my profile are 100th Monkey 1200 Micrograms 50 Cent Aes Dana (2) Amethystium Ashley Tisdale & Lucas Gabreel Astral Projection Bad Loop Banco De Gaia Beyoncé Bliss Bluetech (3) Britney Spears (2) Cell (4) Christina Aguilera Cosmosis DHT DJ Sammy Doof (2) Eat Static Eminem Entheogenic (3) Etnica Groove Coverage Gwen Stefani H.U.V.A. Network (3) Hallucinogen (2) High School Musical Hilary Duff Hol Baumann (2) Infected Mushroom ISHQ James Blunt Jessica Simpson Jimi Hendrix Kaya Project Kelly Clarkson (3) Led Zeppelin Lindsay Lohan Lucas Grabeel and Ashley Tisdale Man With No Name My Chemical Romance Ochi Brothers Omnimotion Ott (2) Panic! at the Disco Radiohead Rihanna (2) Robbie Williams Sean Paul Shpongle Shulman (4) Solar Fields (4) Taking Back Sunday The All-American Rejects The Beatles The Doors The Infinity Project (2) The Pussycat Dolls Timeshard Total Eclipse Transwave Tripswitch (4)…
16 avr. 2007, 1h30m par psyloveOkay I'm not gonna say much about this other than it is amazing.
Basically it is the same track listing as the original album, with an artist of their choosing remixing each song.
The opening vocal remix of Tierra Azul is nothing short of stunning & Antix minimal side-project Fiord create a fantastic interpretation of Reservoir. Other winners are the phat proggy Perfect Stranger mix of Sweet September and the ultra-house version of Seven Days To Daylight.
As an album it doesn't entirely work, due to the variation in styles of the remixing artists, however there are so many outstanding tracks it pulls it off with ease.
1. Vibrasphere - Tierra Azul (Omnimotion feat. Krister Linder Remix)
2. Vibrasphere - Reservoir (Fiord Remix)
3. Vibrasphere - Sweet September (Perfect Stranger Remix)
4. Vibrasphere - Landmark (Allaby Remix)
5. Vibrasphere - Morning Breeze (Atmos Remix)
6. Vibrasphere - Sudden Comfort (Decoy Remix)
7. Vibrasphere - Baltic Resonance (Solar Fields Remix)