The same overambitious emulated OPL3, but this time it's aspiring to be the organ in the Oude Kerk in Amsterdam.
Thanks for the tip. I'll try it when I get home.
Jorge Drexler y sus 12 segundos de oscuridad... Muy bueno!
Sam Lee's delightfully strange interpretations of traditional Romany and English ballads. Then I discovered the even stranger videos.
Can someone stop this useless thread?
If they cancelled this one, it might require explaining why others, even more zanily off-topic, didn't get cancelled.
Arno, yes it's not cheap; and it's also not guaranteed to «blow your mind», much less up. It takes time to get into. For a first-timer 60 minutes are plenty. You'd probably just fall asleep; not however if you keep worrying about your 77 cents per minute, which would presumably make the overall experience less enjoyable :-).
The tank is not a wonder drug of sorts; it's about relinquishing [conscious] control. That's what I mainly use it for; and deep relaxation.
BTW, some people listen to music in there, but in my view that's just diluting the experience.
I'm listening to Jerry Fielding's The Outfit (1973). It's film music.
The zestiest disco-edit in the history of mankind:
http://Dancin Days - Mad Mad Mike (Big Bear Records)
It’s just the other way around. It’s Nick Cave’s song.
Travis: J. Smith (EP) + songs from the forthcoming album
Paul Heaton: The Cross Eyed Rambler
Are we talking about when we are designing… cause I listen to some strange things…
I also love listening to…
We are Scientists…
:-) That was my major obsession about two months ago.
Now it's System of a Down! Eclecticism in music rocks.
There are two soundtracks, that I really love: Dead Man by Neil Young and Stalker by Edward Artemiev.
From a certain point of view Stalker is also a movie about silence. It is such a great masterpiece. The partly synthesizered sound of the draisine, when it is rolling over the tracks, in the first quarter. Tarkowski was such an ingenious man, really, that are the people, which let me think: Yes, the human species is worth to survive. Some of you, Mario Feliciano for example, let me think this, too.
not however if you keep worrying about your 77 cents per minute, which would presumably make the overall experience less enjoyable :-).
I think I wouldn’t. And I doubt I would fall into sleep. Probably I would try to imagine a thought as a material thing or I would try to hear the music stored in my head. Something like that. I assume I would directly start with 90 minutes. The next floating station is not far away from here.
Yes. When I had edited my post, I had clarified, that I don’t plan to hear music stored in a MP3-player. A few times in my life, I have dreamed music in half-sleep-phases, which was very impressive, because I could not remember, that it was music, which I ever had heard before. And it was very real. I am fascinated by the power of the brain, when the consciousness is partly turned off. I mean the condition, in which your brain does not waste resources for existential things of everyday life. And I never was endeavored to extend my mind with the help of drugs. Well, I have tried hash, but I don’t like it to give myself into the hands of those substances. And somehow the effect of this soft drug was already too extreme. I never would try LSD or Psilocybin.
Lupe Fiasco Ft. Matthew Santos — Superstar
Tegan And Sara — Back In Your Head
Gnarls Barkley — Blind Mary
Kate Nash — Mariella
Radiohead — Idioteque
(My current 5ive, in a 'High Fidelity' kinda top list. ;) Maybe kinda commercial, but still kinda diverse. Bonus Track: Soil — Halo. ;)
Pink Floyd, followed by some Metallica Black,
Thank you. That's quite all right; now I can rest at ease on this.
It was sung in Swedish, but the title is a common Swedish phrase, and so several other completely different songs have been recorded with the same title, "Jag Vill Ha Dig". But this cover version by Marianne Kock hasn't been totally forgotten - it was included in a recent "best of" compilation available in Sweden.
The Swell Season, Alien Ant Farm, Science For Girls.
Dave Matthews and Tim Reynolds: Live at Radio City
Best tracks: "The Maker" and "Down By the River". A better cover of that song, I have not heard.
Vincebus Eruptum is genius. Totally raw psychedelia, sort of like the first Alice Cooper album Pretties For You. And the cover is pretty darn cool. I remember listening to it over and over when I was a teenager, oops, I guess that's what happened to me. When I was on tour I went through a phase where all I would listen to is Pretties For You over and over again. Probably for a month or so. After a while it ceases to be music and becomes more like a mantra, a chant. Ear training indeed.
I’ve been in a dazey mood lately. Beck’s new album, Sea Change, is helping me thrive.
well, I’m not much for contemporary stuﬀ, so my play list stays fairly constant. Cabaret Voltaire (esp Voice of America and 1974-76) Velvet Underground Organisation (Tone Float is the only album I know to exist) Wire (esp 154) The Legendary Pink Dots The MC5 I noticed quite a few mentions for Fugazi. I think Instrument is the only album of theirs that I actually enjoy — the less Guy the better.
My Napstered MP3s … The Katies, Belmont Playboys, Bosstones, etc.,etc. … I’m all for supporting artists but damn, do I miss Napster…
>I think Instrument is the only album of theirs that I actually enjoy — the less Guy the better. understandable. when i try to explain fugazi to people who aren’t familiar with them, i tell them it’s two of the worst singers in the world. but poor guy, he’s the raging passion, you gotta love him. btw, lately i’ve been listening to peter paul and mary’s peter paul and mommy (children’s) album. art by milton glaser (not anything great, but hey), and puﬀ the magic dragon. my kids dig it.
I was glad to hear Soma FM is back online. As for kids music, my girls (age 5 and 3) can’t get enough of the Toy Dolls (you know, the 80s punk band that did “Nellie the Eliphant”). Who would’ve guessed their goofy lyrics, thick british accents and punk ﬂavor would be a hit with kids. Or maybe it’s just their name.
Yes!! Soma FM is back again, I know since two weeks. I like very much of that channel. They didn’t had some problems to paid the bild of the transmission? Is fantastic to start a great morning of work with all that sounds. hehehe Regards and good music vibrations to all / Ricardo
Fugazi? Its all in the drums.
guy makes that band. he whines like a champion. love it.
Need New Body / Rock Your Body http://www.neednewbody.com
radio42 : Music for Lounge-Lovers. Ambient.Chillout.House.Soul.Funk. http://www.radio42.com/
>What did you think of the new Fugazi album? I say don’t ﬁx what ain’t broken. them’s ﬁghtin’ words! fugazi’s new (year-old by now) album is arguably their best. deep, beautiful, aggressive, raw, organic, etc. or did you mean you liked it? all of fugazi’s stuﬀ is in constant consideration when the cd player door opens. in high school when i signed year books with ﬀ i meant fugazi forever. well, not really, but you get the point. also, i just got the decline ep by nofx. brilliant work from a bunch of lazy slobs. in my printing practicum class we listened to whole bunch of music that my mother would be shocked to know i was listening to, like tomahawk (completely out of hand), a little band from suburban chicago called big’un, another out of control band called new brutalism, and this wicked cool canadian band called shotmaker. i still have a headache from it (it had to be loud to be heard over the a.b. dick). probably no one cares about this old string anymore, but there you have it anyway.
What did you think of the new Fugazi album? I say don't fix what ain't broken.
them's fightin' words! fugazi's new (year-old by now) album is arguably their best. deep, beautiful, aggressive, raw, organic, etc. or did you mean you liked it?
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“VERVE REMIXED” IS GREAT!!!! Ramiro.
MINGUS PLAYS PIANO spontaneous compositions and improvisations & VINCENT GALLO when Of course.
KCRW (http://www.kcrw.com). The world-class “Morning Becomes Eclectic” show is ﬁnally an MP3 stream and no longer a lame Real Audio broadcast. (Note: It’s a true ‘simulcast’ so you can see the programming on the site.) Enjoy.
Current list: Lisa Ekdal: Heaven Earth and Beyond Brad Mehldau: Largo John Scoﬁeld band: Uberjam Paul Weller: Illumination
kcrw is great, and they (MBE) have a lot of their sessions archived. Two sessions to listen to, Beck with the Falming Lips and Paul Weller. http://www.kcrw.com/cgi-bin/db/kcrw.pl?show_code=mb&tmplt_type=program Two other sites worth visiting include http://www.kexp.org/ and http://www.jazzfm.com/ jazzfm has an awsome program called the “Late Lounge” 2pm paciﬁc time. They’ll play the likes of Massive Attack , Thievery Corporation and Underworld in the same session. If that’s your type of music, run out and get Winter Chill http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/B000075A1U/qid=1045664794/sr=2-1/ref=sr_2_1/002-2493026-7641656
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Wow, Michael, that Beck set is great. (And I need to rescind my RealAudio rant. Their RealAudio archives are much, much better with the new—still free—RealOne player).
Stephen is responsible for reintroducing me to Cat Power. Also, digging Interpol lately. It’s like the distilled essence of alterna-eighties, in a modern package (sans the Casio keyboard and the hair). Oh, and Jared introduced me to Add N to (X). Nice stuﬀ. It’s like the Chemical Brothers with a sense of humor, overlayed with Radiohead-esque textures.
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if you dig Interpol and alterna-eighties, i think you’ll probably like Radio4 and Liars too.
Nice radio: http://www.last.fm
Notwist, “Neon Golden”.
Revisiting former bands like Soul Coughing and Kyuss. If it’s a rough day may throw in some Rage or Fear Factory. For Groovin’ Bad Boy Bill and JunkieXL. And I don’t care what anybody says…I like Audioslave.
this may not be very cool. but I liked the last fugazi album there’s a really great act from DC called the Black Eyes. they have 3 drummers and 2 bassists. pretty amazing live So far theyve been releasing their own vinyl, but theyre supposed to have something produced by ian mckaye soon
Tortoise — Thrill 013? Jim O’rourke — Bad Timing Sonic Youth — Murry Street
Respect for Tortoise! Here’s my stuﬀ.
I do not know what that is Stephen, but I’ll have to put a call out for the American Analog Set.