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19 sep 2009, 04:23 av simillarian儉德大廈 - 在森林和原野
阿飛西雅 - 失語的鱷魚社會
花伦 - Silver Daydream
21 Grams - 21 Grams
A Silver Mt. Zion - He Has Left Us Alone but Shafts of Light Sometimes Grace the Corners of our Rooms
A Silver Mt. Zion - 13 Blues for Thirteen Moons
A Silver Mt. Zion - Kollaps Tradixionales
A Silver Mt. Zion - Horses in the Sky
A Storm of Light/Nadja - Primitive North (Split)
Adolf Plays The Jazz - Day 4 / Urban Fiction
Álfheimr - These Songs We Sing Will Fade to Silence
Amber Asylum - Frozen in Amber
Amber Asylum - Songs of Sex and Death
Anja Garbarek - Briefly Shaking
Aphasia - The Crocodile Society of Aphasia
Arms & Sleepers - Bliss Was It in That Down to Be Alive
Arms & Sleepers - Matador
Arms and Sleepers - The Organ Hearts
Atheist - Piece of Time
Atheist - Elements
Atlantis - Carpe Omnium
Ayreon - The Human Equation
Balmorhea - All is Wild all is Silent
Balmorhea - Rivers Arms
Barbecue Bob - Complete Recorded Works
Baroness - Red Album
12 jul 2009, 21:43 av krzychunPLSob 11 VII – KNOCK OUT FESTIVAL
Druga część festiwalu jeszcze trwa a ja napiszę kilka słów o dniu pierwszym.
Jako snob i wygodniś darowałem sobie oglądanie polskich kapel i postanowiłem pojawić się na miejscu dopiero pod koniec występu Blindead, tak żeby zając dobre miejsce przed kolejnymi koncertami. Pierwszą kapelą jaka naprawdę mnie interesowała był Cynic. Zespół, który swoim ostatnim koncertem w Polsce ustanowił przed sobą wysoką poprzeczkę, którą ciężko byłoby przeskoczyć nie będąc gwiazdą wieczoru. Nastawiony na dobry, ale nie rewelacyjny występ, wszedłem na płytę hali Wisły Kraków i zacząłem wyczekiwać na amerykańskich wirtuozów. Panowie pojawili się na scenie ok 18.15 i po próbach nagłośnienia zaczęli grać. Usłyszeliśmy intro z ostatniej płyty - Nunc Fluens, a zaraz po nim jeden z moich ulubionych utworów Cynic, mianowicie The Space for This. Precyzyjnie, niemal mechanicznie zagrane riffy i solówki zabrzmiały w całej sali. …
15 dec 2008, 20:17 av GrantRSArtist: Spastic Ink
Album: Ink Complete
Track: To Counter and Groove in E Minor
I've even surprised myself with this pick. Truth be told, there were so many obvious choices for this week given my listening habits of the last few days and artists I've finally gathered enough information on to feature. Also, sorry there was no 'Song of the Weekend' this week, I guess I got a bit distracted. Nevermind though because it'll mean that you're less likely to have repeating artists in the near future.
Spastic Ink is a side-project of Watchtower's Ron Jarzombek, also featuring his brother Bobby and bassist Pete Perez (both of Riot at the time). It's basically super technical instrumental progressive rock.
To Counter and Groove in E Minor, is one of two of their tracks I was sent by a friend years ago, and is my favourite of the two. Though I didn't get round to a lot of background research on Spastic Ink at the time, and never managed to get hold of the album as it is pretty rare to find it…
17 nov 2007, 14:08 av laotramusicaHola,
Esta semana en http://la-otra-musica.blogspot.com tuvimos novedades de Carina Alfie-Diego Mizrahi-Marcelo Roascio-Daniel Telis, The Musical Box, La Progresión, Big Bang, Rhapsody of Fire, Open24, DPRP, The Reasoning, Amaseffer, Bayron, Adagium, Metal Inc., Hexatonica, Iron Maiden, Sinfo Prog 2007, 2112, 1º Encuentro de Cultura Independiente, Pink Floyd, Sean Malone y Lion Music.
Próximos shows en Argentina, disponibles aquí
Recomendamos la vista "Agenda"
Nota: la información sobre fechas es provista por o en nombre de los artistas y :: la otra música :: no se responsabiliza por las modificaciones que pudieran producirse en la misma.
13 maj 2007, 01:21 av taintedskySo my computer-sitting habits have worsened once again to the point of actually going back to last.fm. Who knows, maybe I'll start using AIM again soon... Christ.
Anyhoo, in honor of this momentous occasion, a small, marginally self-indulgent music survey-esque thingamajig:
Take your top 20 artists. For each of these artists, collect the top 5 similar artists. The resulting number of unique artists is your eclectic score. If the score is small (extreme = 5) your musical preferences are very limited, and if it is large (larger than 80, extreme = 100), then you have an eclectic musical preference. You can compute your own score at http://anthony.liekens.net/pub/scripts/last.fm/eclectic.php
My eclectic score is currently
The 84 related artists for my profile are A Perfect Circle A Silver Mt. Zion AC/DC AFI Aghora Alice in Chains Amorphis Anathema Anthrax Anti-Flag Belle and Sebastian Biohazard Blackfield Bob Dylan Bright Eyes Broken Social Scene Chimaira Clutch Crowbar…
22 jan 2007, 20:20 av Flahhttp://a979.ac-images.myspacecdn.com/images01/27/l_02add12b2f503825e57adf64c4fd966a.jpg
1 Aghora 19
Well, this is just excellent. The two big dealbreakers on their self-titled debut were the production and the singing. Not that their old singer was bad, it's just that she never excited the senses much. The new girl has killer pipes for sure, reminding all (especially you, To-Mera) how good this kind of prog can be. The music is just as technical (without being overly showy and masturbatory, the best kind of tech) as always, though I'm a little bummed that Sean Malone is no longer in the band.
2 Hüsker Dü 15
I bought the repress of Flip your Wig the other day for almost nothing, so I finally got around to revisiting the classic this last week. It's not my favorite Dü record (New Day Rising or Zen Arcade take that title depending on the day), but it's solid like all their work from that period. …
8 aug 2006, 03:32 av Flah1 The Kilimanjaro Darkjazz Ensemble 62
This is the best "night time" record of the year. I haven't been so entranced by something since The Dead Texan. I think I like it so much because it mixes both my love of jazz and IDM up in a blender. There's something so nice about hearing big cavernous beats backing acoustic bass and sax. It's something that acid-jazz had the potential to do, but nothing from that bygone era really resonates with me like this does.
2 Mississippi Fred McDowell 33
I've talked about him so much, I don't think I could possibly say anything more.
3 Grails 21
Grails pops up here a lot and, while I dig what they do, I can't say I really love them. I think they fill a need a have when it comes to listening to something that's post-rock but forgoes the usually instrumental clichés.
4 Stars of the Lid 20
I find Stars of the Lid's work a lot tougher to get into than a lot of ambient stuff, but it's rewarding when you get there. …
2 aug 2006, 22:35 av FlahSo here it is, my first MP3 blog on last.fm.
I’ve wanted to do this for awhile, but never thought it was really feasible until now. See, these kinds of blogs are only fun when I get a lot of feedback and, now that this sites reading recommendation feature finally seems to be working, it seemed like the right time to bring this idea to fruitarian. As a note to artists, I’ll gladly kill any link if you want me to. I’m doing this to expose people to cool tunes, not to be a pirate. Also worth noting is that these links will all be dead in a week and/or after the first 25 downloads.
Townes Van Zandt – Marie
I’m not big on a lot of country after the 70s, it all just seems to be either too glossy or too accepting of its roots. Then, there’s Marie. This was cut late in Townes’s career and its far and away my favorite song of his because of its spare instrumentation (His work with a full band is hit or miss to be honest). Marie is the kind of song that people will readily call depressing or soul baring…