exileon15th

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  • Salt_The_Fries

    I envy seeing Polvo back in 1993.

    7 fév. 2011 Répondre
  • kreetik

    Great taste, man

    7 mai 2010 Répondre
  • sundaily

    Hi Jerry Hopkins of Twinn Connexion..Thanks for listening

    6 mars 2010 Répondre
  • crystaltrips

    Your comment under a dubious 80's Creation track: "Sounds like a cross between Foreigner and Phil Collins. It's kind of awesome actually." You sir, have good taste AND a sense of humour. Congratulations! (I thought it was rather good too).

    20 nov. 2009 Répondre
  • LZJH

    Yeah, sometimes the shoutboxes just don't keep your "shout" there. Really annoying if you've written something long. I've begun to copy what I write here in case that happens. Hmm. I see that you "left a shout somewhere, but it's since been deleted". Maybe you accidentally deleted it? That link you gave me - did I misunderstand something? There was one song there which was nice, but more normal than most of the songs at Death Control, and a Chris was member, who I expect is CCS. No info about the band, and a link to a website no longer existing. Also, I like your "About me"-thing. I actually learn something about you, in contrast to all those people who just write short notes (including me) or post a bunch of pictures. And I've sent you a friend request.

    2 avr. 2009 Répondre
  • LZJH

    Hello. I'm one of the people who wrote on Night Control's/Chris' shoutbox. You wrote: "I couldn't send anything out there without Chris's permission. Keep in contact with me. I'd love more people to hear the full catalog of gems he has. Sounds lik Bryan will be releasing more, and perhaps this could open the door for some of the earlier stuff, which is melodically similar but generally used live drums, often complex, often completely performed by Chris." Does this mean that if I stay in contact with you, there's a chance more people can hear more of his songs? :-P Because what you describe as his earlier stuff sounds awesome.

    1 avr. 2009 Répondre
  • LAST.HQ

    Welcome aboard, exileon15th! Happy listening.

    11 fév. 2009 Répondre

À propos de moi

I love music. I think it all started when my older brother gave me a Beatles Helter Skelter 7" for my 5th birthday. I used to listen to that song over and over again on my Fisher Price turntable. Then I inherited other weird yacht rock 7-inches that were fascinating and creepy, and then eventually found my grounding in the Dylan, the Beach Boys and Stones records floating around the house.

By junior high and high school it was mainly dark English stuff, like Joy Division, Tones on Tail, and Echo and the Bunnymen, and American punk, having watched the transformation of the older kids shaving their long hair, wearing Black Flag t's and trading in their bmx bikes for skateboards.

By college, bands like Dinosaur, Sebadoh, My Bloody Valentine, Stone Roses appealed to me because they seemed to meld all of the past music I'd grown up on. One defining moment was hearing Pavement for the first time live in '92, what felt to me a completely original and important moment in music that could have only happened at this place and time.

However, I eventually tire of the self-defeating, somewhat insincere aspect of lo-fi music, and found new interest in music from the past--from the early guitar masters of the 20s and 30s to the reinvention of folk and blues in the form of psychedelic and 60s pop that I think was heavily influenced by the aforementioned music popular around the turn of the 21st century--Dylan obviously, but another strong example would be Lou Reed.

At this point in my life, I am glad to say I love a range of music, but there are certain eras I consider very unique, "hot" phases of creativity and ingenuity. I'm open to people turning me on to new music. There's so much of it out there these days, I don't have the time to buy and research every new thing I hear about.

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