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  • nateyomat3y

    yeah, i've heard some of their stuff through Captured Tracks! and all i did was send Renaud from Beko this demo and he was super into it. mini-CD coming out in April :)

    6 Fev 6h30 Responder
  • LuminousSkyWave

    if you want more... just be more specific* if you ask again (to genre or some point) and i'll really trip you out hah! (i realize even though are taste is similar yet special in our separate ways... that music often heard by someone else may not strike a nerve in the same manner it does for the other person) i'll finish this 2nd message with simply saying i would recommend anything i have been listening to this past week. My Pleasure speaking to you Betty, Have a Damn Fine Afternoon! :) and enjoy the music whatever it may be!! "god knows" we both do ;) your pal -Matthew

    26 Jan 17h39 Responder
  • LuminousSkyWave

    Yes. What your listening to right now.... Avocadoclub is excellent (also look at Labrador). if you like that check out..... <<><><@)@*&!@ hah!... ready????>.. the catalog for firestation recs it's all there ( and preview every artist you can (that's what i did and what i do with all music i hear a sound i like... I Simply investigate the source of the material where it's derived or in lee-mans terms the record label which it can or is re-issuing that sound from.... Firestation Records typically deals in jangle/twee pop/german indie/little bits of innovative experimentalism in all fields... which i would go as far to say that label almost is a Modern Day revival of something Like Sarah Records *combined* with something like a Creation Records but producing newer bands obviously different than before.. i just bought 12 cds no lie in the past 2 weeks from that label. the guy who runs that label is aka Popkid1983 on Discogs

    26 Jan 17h28 Responder
  • LuminousSkyWave

    nice tunes go great with sweet ice cream :) yum!

    24 Jan 3h22 Responder
  • nateyomat3y

    ahh so sweet! you been making any music? i've actually got some cool music news — i've got a shoegaze/lo-fi record coming out with Beko in a few months :)

    23 Jan 20h23 Responder
  • nateyomat3y

    i'm sure you've seen this by now...

    22 Jan 6h08 Responder
  • nateyomat3y

    you ever end up buying that guitar?

    14 Jan 21h05 Responder
  • nateyomat3y

    hey dude. how's life been going? off for summer break yet? hear about the Depreciation Guild's reunion show?

    7 Jun 2013 Responder
  • lemonadeboy

    Hi Betty. Pity I can't help suggest anything new, your taste is exquisite as Paradise3000 mentions. I see a lot of Beko artists in your charts, very nice indeed :) I'm in a bit of a musical lull at the moment, apart from the new Embassy album, Boat Club and Bilinda's... how is your own musical experiments going??

    9 Mai 2013 Responder
  • Paradise3000

    Hello there neighbor! Exquisite taste, if i might say ;) Btw, there's a new Embassy record out which is quite subliminal. Have you heard?

    7 Mai 2013 Responder
  • Stugard

    Hey! Didn't you tell me several months ago you were still looking for the Depreciation Guild's In Her Gentle Jaws on vinyl? The price is pretty steep, but there's a copy for sale up on Discogs if you're willing to spend $45.

    7 Abr 2013 Responder
  • nateyomat3y

    as for amps, if you really have to have a particular sound, you should do your research. but sound can be manipulated by the sorts of pedals you use as well. don't worry about it. just get something quality. i would recommend that you get an amp with vacuum tubes (a "tube amp"—as opposed to an amp that generates its sound with digital pieces) as the sound quality is more authentic. it's a worthy investment. and if you're looking to sit down and play a guitar, you're probably going to be disappointed in some way by most every model. you have to get used to it. but a Tele is world-class design and very comfortable. you'd be very well off with one of those. or you could get a Korg or Roland synth. those have some sweet sounds as well. and that pic as kinda old—i've had the Jazz bass for a year now almost. it sounds so sweeeeeeet! i guess i have the pic up cuz i like it :D

    15 Mar 2013 Responder
  • nateyomat3y

    no worries, kid! you're gettin an education xD i'm probably going to fly back to the states in April for some interviews. i've narrowed down my college choices down to Princeton and Duke. not sure where i'll end up. probably Princeton :P well, those Swedes are still awesome. i'm sure they'll get around to their country's best bands someday haha. i actually get a lot of grins from older friends/co-workers who grew up with Prefab Sprout. but i can't help but thinking how amazing their stuff is! i have a digital copy of Steve McQueen with some of the acoustic versions—very amazing. and then i found a CD copy of another one of their discs. haven't listened to it much yet tho. go with Steve McQueen for sure! speaking of CDs, I found a CD copy of Spirit Youth here in Hamburg. that was epic! i paid like 20 USD for it, but i could've cared less xD

    15 Mar 2013 Responder
  • nateyomat3y

    so speaking of Fender guitars, we had this conference here in Germany with a live band, and the Australian guitarist had this sweet MIM Telecaster that I jammed on a few times. so now i'm looking at one of those. i somehow can't make myself like a Strat, but a nice MIM Tele... yummy! anyway, amps... i have a 5Watt tube amp, fairly good, especially for the price (USD100, used but perfect condition). made by Bugera. perfect for a dorm situation, cuz you can scale back the power to 0.1W! but if i had the money, i'd go for a VOX AC series tube, or maybe a larger Fender. like a Twin Reverb or similar 2x12 amp (numeration like that refers to number and size in inches of speakers). but i dunno... don't have that money yet :D i'd just say you should play a half-dozen amps in your price range with your guitar and see what strikes you. or get a friend with guitar savvy to go with you.

    28 Jan 2013 Responder
  • nateyomat3y

    so sorry i've taken so long to reply to you! had so many lastfm problems (website only, scrobbles have been fine). lesse... where were we? ah, so i'm all done with waiting out the college game now (phew), so yay to Early Action admission. now to wait until August for school :D also, i've been hanging out with a bunch of internationals the last few weeks, but none of the Swedish girls really knew my indie Swedish finds (that i mostly got from you lol). oh well. haha. have you ever tried Prefab Sprout? cuz they're one of my favorite finds. really clever 80s pop. Kurt from the DPG really likes them apparently/takes influence from them. and i guess shoegaze is "copyable" but i'd never for a moment call it in... i guess dream pop variations on the shoegaze brand, or even noise versions like The Pains are kinda popular, but not even close to like, chillwave or modern synth pop... yet crappy bands or copy bands totally abound.

    28 Jan 2013 Responder
  • Slowbrosif

    I've been all right these past few months. School is busy of course and midterms are coming up. But I heard of a really good band recently. They are a bunch of Korean Shoegazers and their name is Vidulgi OoyoO and I'm sure you'll love them. Another good release recently was Yellow Loveless. A bunch of electronic and shoegaze artists from Japan made a cover album of Loveless and overall it's really good. The Touched cover is awful unfortunately, but Shonen Knife covers When You Sleep and it's soooo great. The album also introduced to me to some awesome Japanese Shoegazers called Lemon's Chair. You aren't looking to any releases right now? I've got quite a few.

    27 Jan 2013 Responder
  • Slowbrosif

    Yo, what's up? ^_^

    26 Jan 2013 Responder
  • Slowbrosif

    I love cold 0_0

    5 Jan 2013 Responder
  • nateyomat3y

    and i actually kinda meant that, since the cafe was playing 5 hours of KOC, i reached my limit eventually ahaha

    29 Dez 2012 Responder
  • nateyomat3y

    and the Jazzmaster is good for shoegaze, sure, but it's primarily known as a surf, jazz, and indie rock guitar (elvis costello, sonic youth, beach boys, and even relient k!). shoegaze and famous is an oxymoron :DD and if you're worried about someone pigeonholing your guitar work, it won't be because of the guitar+amp and fx chain you use ;) but i won't knock a strat. it's a good axe. i did have a really bad experience with my first electric—a squier strat that was absolutely shitty ahaha. but i was also just in london for a few weeks and got to jam on this guy's 80s MIA Strat. gorgeous. man, and back in the day, you could get a great MIJ Strat in the US, but nowadays i guess you have to go to Japan for one :P are you thinking of shipping it back or carrying it on to the plane back home? and perhaps more interestingly, do you have any idea what sort of amp you wanna run the guitar through?

    29 Dez 2012 Responder
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