Becky Carlyle, 31, Feminino, Estados Unidos
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  • matt_garthwaite

    You changed your listening methods? You don't seem to have used Last.fm since March!

    13 Ago 2011 Responder
  • tesswyuil

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    27 Jul 2011 Responder
  • tonystanley69

    Thanks for the add. Saw that you attended the Interpol show in New Haven. Hope you enjoyed it. I thought it was very "business like" but very good overall. Finally got to see them after all these years of being a fan!

    26 Jul 2010 Responder
  • Thirdimension

    I know that this will probably be kind of awkward of me to ask you.. But, I have been searching the internet for a while for the song Sidewalk by Grain of Sand. I used to have it on my computer, but it got lost somehow. So, if you would like to be amongst the kindest in the world, would you please send it to me? Saw you listening to it so I assume that you have it :) Thank you so much! :D

    4 Mai 2010 Responder
  • IanAR

    Nice loved tracks! :) Ian

    7 Mar 2010 Responder
  • digitaljim

    Are you also experiencing a Yndi Halda love-in at the moment?

    19 Dez 2009 Responder
  • nailest

    You hear the múm gig's moved to Glasgow?

    17 Jul 2009 Responder
  • brooner

    Monotonix were a lot of fun, though i felt pretty cheated having paid £10 to see them with a 45 minute set (all their songs, ever) with no support and no fire raising, but entertaining antics all the same. I'm still very much in love with f'rabbit, and am a bit sad i can't go see them tonight unfortunately. The hawk is howling is a real grower, and yes it needs to be listened to LOUDLY. On repeat.

    18 Nov 2008 Responder
  • jaylawl

    Great taste you got there.

    16 Nov 2008 Responder
  • brooner

    how'd death cab live up to expectations then? set list looks pretty damn tasty.

    15 Nov 2008 Responder
  • ihavesoldout

    500th shout!!!!! :D :D

    15 Set 2008 Responder
  • pete345

    reepapeepapapaaa SHMB are playing this saturday at a secret festival in ayr - £10 it is, contact us if you're interested. Also, in Stereo on the Sunday with the French Quarter and Kays Lavelle. Hurrah!

    11 Set 2008 Responder
  • Yorkshiremike

    Bradford Rio ! Oh yes, the memories, the lack of bar service, the appaling toilets, the carpet that had mutated, and that strange odour of sweat-spilled beer-blood-?

    8 Set 2008 Responder
  • Astronick

    Hey. How's it going? I see you are heading to Death Cab at Edinburgh Corn Exchange too. Awesomeness.

    6 Set 2008 Responder
  • pete345

    hi hi yes, nice'n'sleazy on sunday night then weekend after the electric harvest festival on saturday and stereo on the sunday wpowowop

    2 Set 2008 Responder
  • pete345

    bit short notice but saturday, in the 13th note, with the chap from Ballboy and Over the Wall. after that I think it's the 13th of sept in a field in Ayr (electric harvest, not sure where to get information about it though?) and stereo with the french quarter. We are supposed to be back in edin on the 20th but i'm not sure we're making it.

    15 Ago 2008 Responder
  • digitaljim

    The more the merrier: i remember you had a hot American friend. Bring her. City Cafe for food & pop sounds like a goer. I'll give you text tomorrow to sort out a time. Toodle-pip.

    31 Jul 2008 Responder
  • digitaljim

    Ey up, what's the plan for tomorrow? Nearby pub beforehand? I saw a Stewart Lee preview last night - spellbindingly superb.

    31 Jul 2008 Responder
  • digitaljim

    Woo, spooky. I did an event search for them after writing that message to you and just found out about the Edinburgh gig. But, yeah, i'm uber-interested in going.

    8 Jul 2008 Responder
  • digitaljim

    What do you think of the new Ratatat album? I'm well gay for it.

    8 Jul 2008 Responder
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Sobre mim

My love affair with music began somewhere around Now 29 and Big Hits 96, when after 3 months or so of constant rotation I realised I kept fast forwarding to the guitar songs and not really listening to much else. I bought the Great Escape and there was no turning back. The Britpop era still probably stands as one of my favourite periods of music, but since then all kinds of things have hit my radar.

Once Britpop finally croaked (I hung on till the bitter end, I really did) there was the ill advised nu metal phase, which began when I started going out in Bradford, where you go to Queen's Hall, listen to cheese and get shot, or go to Rios "The North's Premier Rock Venue." I chose the latter in all it's eyelinered and wide legged trousered glory, and for a year or so it did me proud till I met Mr Michael Oates, now of the Alterkicks, who showed me Bjork and led me back towards the stuff I love today. Living with Nonimage gained me a Death Cab Addiction, and going out with Brooner for a year or so finally made me listen to Arab Strap and start getting slightly more obscure again (though only a little). Bosan56 is busy instructing me in the ways of divine Swedish pop whilst MadameBellamy continues trying to convince me I still love Muse as much as I used to.

So now, I'm running my own club night with Nonimage and Film Star, Black Tape (moving to Henry's Cellar Bar), still struggling with my Death Cab 9 step, and tentatively getting back into gigging after an Oxford dry spot. Now if I could only get the cash to continue the CD collection expansion it'd all be good...