ParentheticStep

Timmay, 20, Masculino, Reino UnidoÚltima visita: novembro 2013

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  • margarita9-

    TERRIBLE AVATAR... LOL

    21 Mai 14h06 Responder
  • facingeast

    How you doing? On Monos by Vessels. SICK.

    21 Mar 15h48 Responder
  • facingeast

    Thought I'd take a leave from your book and just not reply for months ;D kidding, don't frequent last.fm much these days. Bondax - moved onto XLR8R podcast which I loved. Disclosure - new album is growing on me. Love Defeated No More. Hated You & Me. All else was decent. Been listening to JO's RA a few more times and it grows on me as well! GoT EP!? I must admit Iistened to a few tracks of DP's but it never grabbed me and I really don't have much desire to continue listening... I quite liked the Giorgio Moroder chat about his disco days, and Get Lucky is a massive tune and a great single; lovely balance of pop and decent summer vibes (like Bondax in that respect).

    7 Jul 2013 Responder
  • Oli-taz

    I know right. Wicked man. I'm not used to last.fm so if I can add you, I will - you might know some artists that i have never heard before!? cool bro, peace out. :-D

    3 Fev 2013 Responder
  • facingeast

    Joy O's RA is a weird one isn't it! Lovin Bondax's FADER mix ATM... ESP for this: http://youtu.be/P_UaITsBH-M In fact loving all fader mixes - Jacques Greene and disclosure's. What do you make of their new track?

    30 Jan 2013 Responder
  • facingeast

    http://m.soundcloud.com/fadermedia/disclosure-fader-mix Just noticed a Happa track in there; went down un tréat

    26 Jan 2013 Responder
  • facingeast

    I'm reserving judgement on BB. I think they're idiots for splitting it down the middle though. It was almost the best thing on TV. Sorry, The Sopranos continues to sit on the throne. And Game of Thrones is to the right.

    16 Jan 2013 Responder
  • facingeast

    Funny you should say that; I like how TWD has evolved, rather than being just another one of those stereotypes-banded-together clichés. I don't like that. I'm not interested in the social dynamics of some stranded group; which is why I dislike Lost. The action and drama of TWD has properly kicked off now and it's great. I don't even know who Dark Sky is, but this sounds kind of garage-inflected techno almost? Okay, here's some kuduro for you :) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4CkXhtw7UNk it's a bit too... *obvious* for me now, haha, but at the time I loved that stuff. Was also partial to some decent dubstep like Chasing Shadows... "Ill", "Amirah"... that's some quality stuff. This Happa fella - he's very good for a 15 year old. They're getting younger and younger aren't they! Heard Sigha? Similar vibes. As for DnB, lol @ Oxford. Of the two, Cambridge is clearly where it's at for music, producing kings like Groove Armada and one of the few DnB outfits I've really enjoyed: Commix.

    16 Jan 2013 Responder
  • Ephemere_music

    Yes I have! But it's been going on for a while now. I'm actually French but doing a year in Berlin studying law here. And yes, I've been to the Boiler Room. I was there for that "Dj T. - Âme - Jacob Korn - Sven Väth" special night. It was pretty awesome, even dancing behind the dj can be good :) Will check Foehn & Jerome asap. You should give a listen to Rone http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kfoJUeyMsOE

    13 Jan 2013 Responder
  • l-e-x

    Uummmm disclosure yehh!

    12 Jan 2013 Responder
  • Ephemere_music

    Your charts are pretty nice, dude

    4 Jan 2013 Responder
  • facingeast

    As for Nova, I don't dislike it, I just don't think it ranks with his best. You're right about the state of the industry; it's a bit of a weird time right now. In one respect, artists have never made so much money; they've always been poor wandering minstrels scraping to make ends meet. And this also applies to creative industries where they're just raking it in. In another, music artists specifically have been through this boom with CD sales in the last few decades and people like Lily Allen railing against downloads believe this is the norm, when it's all she really knows. It's not the norm. It was a small part of music history. And it's come to an end. We listen to music in different ways now - Spotify etc. Even iTunes has cloud. But I still think there's a firm divide between "music is free" and "protect ownership rights". It's fundamentally an economic left versus right political divide.

    1 Jan 2013 Responder
  • facingeast

    That's funny; it didn't really grab me that much. But I can see what sounds you kids are listening to these days (I say kids, with a few years between us, but things change quickly - I was listening to kuduro and drum and bass at 19. Those are now dead genres). It's much subtler than the bass and noise heavy stuff pre-dubstep/in the dubstep era. Dubstep was the turning point for me. During that... I just lost a whole interest in it all and turned towards pure house; electro, tech, minimal, and also techno. I do like HBO, but I recently went off Boardwalk Empire. The Sopranos is my favourite show ever (although The Thick of It is close). GoT is incredible. The Wire is also brilliant. But then there was Rome which wasn't that great, and there's other stuff I'm not that interested in. Is Oz like Jailbreak and stuff? I also enjoy a bit of AMC - Mad Men, The Walking Dead (has got much better but is more entertainment than serious quality viewing for me), BREAKING BAD.

    1 Jan 2013 Responder
  • facingeast

    You heard Burial's new one? That guy just doesn't get old. He makes some hit (Moth, Kindred EP) and miss stuff (Nova) these days, but then he just releases crackers.

    20 Dez 2012 Responder
  • facingeast

    Question is: is that guy in your picture the politician from the Wire, or is he Littlefinger from Game of Thrones? ;)

    20 Dez 2012 Responder
  • facingeast

    Bonobo has developed nicely. He's also dated well, so I still enjoy his trip hop-laden first albums as much as Black Sands. Agreed on Latch by the way - gay but puts them in the mainstream. Although after Chase & Status' failed foray into the charts, I'm highly sceptical that it's always - or ever - a good idea. To me, artists can do four things. Go mainstream outright, in which case they'll either be shocking (Britney Spears) or pretty decent (U2, Kasabian, Florence, Paloma Faith, although the latter two are not to my taste). Alternatively, they are underground, and they can either stay there or move into mainstream. Do the latter, and it's almost impossible to stay good (can you think of a band or artist who got big and stayed good? I can't).

    20 Dez 2012 Responder
  • facingeast

    Well, SXLND is basically his later stuff. And Room(s) is one of the greatest albums of this decade (so far). I actually returned to his very, very early stuff i.e. his first album. It was actually quite good, but it took a bit of getting used to. Tinges of Boards of Canada there. However, it's just nothing compared to Room(s). But then the middle bits, between that first album and Room(s), I just cannot get into. In fact I think it's pretty crap. Want To 1 2, the album before Room(s), I've listened to a few times, and while Let It is a decent production, the rest of the album doesn't cut it at all for me. As for the middling albums, maybe I should give them a few more shots, but I can't help thinking that even Now You Know (his first album) is just 'so last decade' - but in a bad way i.e. dated. Maybe it'll have charm in the 2020s or '30s, like '80s stuff does now. But it doesn't switch me on. But what is his later stuff to you?

    20 Dez 2012 Responder
  • facingeast

    I think I was wrong - this was before I knew J.Doe is just a random name for any dead body without identity. Good charts btw - you heard Bondax's new one, Gold? Love it. I actually prefer them to Disclosure, although the latter are great. Love Machinedrum's SXLND too - you heard Azaelia Banks? Few of her tracks are basically her vox over his productions from SXLND (so they look like instrumentals).

    17 Dez 2012 Responder
  • Oli-taz

    HAHA! How are you the same age as me (almost), called the same and live in the UK... WITH the same music taste! I thought I had unusual mix in music taste! I think you are stealing my identity! XD!

    4 Dez 2012 Responder
  • MiiSTY

    Haha. At least you are honest.

    24 Out 2012 Responder
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Acts I've seen live since 2012:

Boddika (bantered with The King)
Joy Orbison x2
Andy C
Paleman x2
Disclosure
Ben UFO x2
Ben UFO b2b Pearson Sound
Lerosa
Roman Flugel x2
Paul Woolford
Madlib (DJ Set) <-- Introduction to Hip Hop
Four Tet
Daphni
Four Tet b2b Daphni
James Holden
Floating Points
Wookie
Kyle Hall
Iration Steppas
Shadow Child x2
Happa
Casino Times
Real Connoisseur
James Blake
Tama Sumo
Cropper
Ejeca
Friend Within
Sub Focus
Justin Martin
Dark Sky
Friend Within
Skream
Plastician
Art Department
A1 Bassline
Loadstar
Wilkinson
Dimension
Taiki & Nulight
Shy FX
MC Stamina
Copy Paste Soul
Gorgon City
Kidnap Kid
Hannah Wants
Chris Lorenzo
Goldie
DJ Zinc
GQ
Hijak
Route 94
Sgt Pokes
Mosca
Annie Mac
Claude VonStroke
Heidi x2
Rudimental
Marco Del Horno
Eats Everything
Maribou State
Ernest
Medlar
Wbeeza
Alex Coulton
Flori
Johnny Hunter
PRVDNT
Skins
Em Williams
Ms Dynamite
DJ Die
Rattus Rattus
Mistanoize
Ernest
Tom Shorterz
Theo Parrish
Maya Jane Coles
Deetron
Bicep
Huxley
Soul Bros
Dixon
Levon Vincent
Jackmaster
Blawan
Spencer
Felix Dickinson
Hot Natured
Miguel Campbell
Nick Curly
Maceo Plex
Jozif x2
Clockwork
Nikos Krush
Francesca Lombardo
Infinity Ink
Subb-An x2
Sasha
Ellen Allien
Josh Wink
Magda
Anja Schneider

Honorable Shit Tier Mention:
Benga
Krystal Klear
Synkro
Danny Byrd
Thom Yorke

A Special Fuck You To:
MF DOOM

I've definitely missed a few.

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