• top 50 + questions

    Dez 9 2009, 21h13 por Rizbed

    1. How did you get into 29? (Disco Ensemble)
    -my friend's older siblings used to listen to it, and it kinda caught me along :D.

    2. What was the first song you ever heard by 22? (Hollywood Undead)
    -No. 5

    3. What's your favorite lyric by 33? (Paramore)
    -Everybody live like it’s the last day you will ever see
    Tell me, tell me, do you feel the pressure now?

    4. How did you get into 49? (Watchout! Theres Ghosts)
    -Hmm, dunno.. They were in my recommendations or something and I thought their name was kinda interesting.

    5. How many albums by 13 do you own? (Bloc Party)
    -None :'/

    6. What is your favorite song by 50? (Tegan and Sara)
    -Underwater or Are You Ten Years Ago

    7. Is there a song by 39 that makes you sad? (Blackfield)
    -Guess they all are..

    8. What is your favorite song by 15? (Kings of Leon)
    -Jaiks.. uhmmm.. well, I love listening to Manhattan when it's dark outside and I'm driving in a bus and all the city lights are on <3

    9. What is your favorite song by 5? (Robert Pattinson)
  • top fifteen.

    Set 17 2006, 0h09 por Argella

    Post your top fifteen bands/artists, the first song you heard of theirs, the song that made you fall in love, and your current favorite.

    I am doing this according to my rolling 6 month chart, because I believe it best reflects my music taste at the moment. Sort-of.

    Jack's Mannequin
    First: The Mixed Tape
    Love: Dark Blue
    Favorite: La La Lie
    I am forever indebted to Amber for sending me their album, I guess. Andrew McMahon = love.

    Tegan and Sara
    First: Speak Slow or Monday Monday Monday
    Love: Living Room
    Favorite: Underwater
    I love how androgynous their tracks are, when I found out that they were lesbians it really fascinated me.

    Yellowcard
    First: Ocean Avenue
    Love: Empty Apartment
    Favorite: Sure Thing Falling
    I am forever indebted to these guys for introducing me to modern day music. Yes, it was in the summer between sixth and seventh grade when I discovered Yellowcard, put down my old boy band albums, and I quickly made the transition from them to Dashboard Confessional to what I listen to now. …
  • Top 5 Tegan and Sara songs

    Ago 4 2006, 3h52 por andythesaint

    I've loved Tegan and Sara's music now since I discovered it in 2002. Given their asthetic, I'd have to classify them as indie pop, but in truth, they just make pop music. Sadly, in our day and age, pop music has become synonomous with sterile, manufactured, simple music made for crappy radio stations. It used to be about music with a certain structure and feel. The Beatles made pop music before it became a bad word.

    Tegan and Sara Quinn are twin sisters from my hometown of Calgary, Alberta, Canada. They actually grew up in the same community as me (Marlborough Park), but I've never met them (I'm older than they are, and went to Catholic school, whereas they went to public school). They have four albums, including the self-released Under Feet Like Ours. Of course, I have all of their CDs, and will soon have all three of their label releases on vinyl (just waiting for If It Was You to arrive in the mail). They've gotten more popular in recent years by having their songs featured on TV shows like Grey's Anatomy…