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  • Sheogorath91

    Thank you for the reply!

    1 Fev 22h47 Responder
  • Sheogorath91

    Hi, could you tell me where are first two gifs from?

    11 Jan 13h48 Responder
  • Auland

    him back in the day but have stuck with him through all his stylistic changes. oh, speaking of projects ending, I think Click Click is finally disbanding for good after they release Those Nervous Surgeons this year, which is a shame.

    4 Abr 2014 Responder
  • Auland

    There's a group based in my city called VALIS that's pretty cool, I really like their song Black Carbon https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fdc-F8T44KY As far as discovering new artists goes I comb through bandcamp a lot, and my friends tell me about local stuff going on. I think alfa matrix and metropolis records are still okay too. From what I've heard doom metal is pretty cool, funny because the guy I'm seeing at the moment really likes depressive black metal and I never would have guessed just by looking at him...still looking forward to Godflesh after all that postponement. The Numan gig was amazing, there were two openers and it felt like an eternity waiting for him but his set was outstanding. I've still not listened to his most recent album and I was hoping I'd be blown away by the performance of those songs...and I was! The light set-up was really cool too, that really tied up everything nicely. The audience was pretty diverse too, I like seeing people who obviously listened to

    4 Abr 2014 Responder
  • Auland

    I go to the same club once a month to dance and half of the music is post-punk/gothic/darkwave etc. but the other half is aggrotech shite. Sarah the DJ isn't to blame, the night is request-driven and more people love harsh industrial than other genres nowadays and aggrotech/futurepop = traffic on the dancefloor. Since the liquor laws in the states are uptight I can't go to any other club around town, but even so the alternatives are pretty much industrial, industrial, industrial. I never thought I'd see the day where I resented industrial. There's a night called Machina every few weeks or once a month and that's oldschool EBM and new wave stuff, which I'm looking forward to going to once 21 rolls around, and a shoegaze event that I'll try too. I have friends that DJ cool music but the sad fact is that the "established" goths just kind of hang around talking and drinking. but the main thing for me is that harsh industrial makes me want to curl up and never dance again.

    4 Abr 2014 Responder
  • Auland

    Well I made a long shout but this ass-backwards site decided to block it because I linked a blog. There's a blog called gothindustrialebmsynth (creative name) that posts cassette rips of old-school EBM and dark oddities. Sound quality is not good but the amount of content is sufficient. I get kind of depressed listening to that stuff at times, mainly because I really enjoy some of the artists contributing to the tapes and I just wonder where they are today. I've been listening to a weird mix of things, a lot of stuff in my library that I haven't paid much attention to in recent years, and some recent albums by artists I'm just now getting into. It's a shame last fm will be removing the traditional radio, I see no reason to subscribe anymore and I'm poor as shit anyway...but I did get to see Gary Numan live last night and it was the best concert I've been to so far.

    30 Mar 2014 Responder
  • Auland

    I've been distracted by everything that I precisely shouldn't be distracted by. So many things have changed in my life without me realizing it (or at least without considering the scope). I kind of miss pre-college me who consistently communicated with people online and off and didn't have to worry about actually staying afloat. also I had made plans to move farther north where it's cheaper but it looks like I'm staying in chicago, which means more strained employment but more friends and recreation.

    19 Mar 2014 Responder
  • SequenceC

    LOL I remember seeing that video

    27 Nov 2013 Responder
  • Slim_rafa

    the best feedback ever, thanks.....

    19 Nov 2013 Responder
  • jonnaa

    Niin näin sattumalta heidän facebook sivuilla, että Turun liikkeeseen haetaan työharjoitteluun ja se palkaa tosiaan tuli Kelan kautta. Ehkä sinne pääsee vielä tulevaisuudessa uudestaan töihin??? Se olisi kyllä todella huippua!!! :-) PS. Ostin tänään Ministryn uuden levyn ja vielä en osaa oikein sanoa mitään. Ei tämä mikään kovin kummoinen ole, mutta on näissä joissakin biiseissä ihan siistit soundit, mutta biisien sanat ei ole kovin kummoiset. Pakko sanoa, että Nine Inch Nailsin uusin levy hakkaa tämän valitettavasti.

    13 Set 2013 Responder
  • jonnaa

    Moi! :-) Vastaan nyt siitä levykauppa jutusta ja sori, kun on kestännyt vastata.. Olihan siellä ihan mukavaa olla töissä, mutta välillä hommat oli liian stressaavia. Siinä täytyy osata pitää monta asiaa yhtäaikaa kasassa jos esim. tulee paljon asiakkaita tiskin taakse ja jokainen kyselee levyjensä perään tai ostaa monta levyä samaan aikaan. Välillä sinne saattoi myös tulla esim. kännisiä asiakkaita ja aina niistä ei saanut selvää, mitä haluavat ostaa. Niissä tilanteissa täytyy osata vaan olla rauhallinen ja ei saa stressata/hermostua liikaa. Mulla ainakin oli välillä se, että jännitin niitä asiakkaita liikaa, mutta oli siinä tiskin takana kuitenkin tosi mukavaa olla, kuin pelkästään vaan siellä kellarissa koko ajan. Asiakkaiden kanssa oli kiva aina välillä jutella musiikista. Kävin itseasissa tänään ÄX:ssä ja tuli haikea olo, kun en ole enää siellä töissä. Se on jännää, kun osa minusta haluaisi olla siellä vielä ja osa taas ei :-)

    13 Set 2013 Responder
  • SequenceC

    Haha what a cool dad. Is he also moving to Canada as well?

    27 Ago 2013 Responder
  • SequenceC

    Not sure to be honest as I don't know much about punk. I was aware that Finland has quite a strong punk scene, but of course knew that Finland is renowned for their strong metal scene.

    20 Ago 2013 Responder
  • Auland

    I just listened to Echogenetic earlier, and the EDM-influence is very evident but it works to their favor to create a cyberpunk-type club atmosphere. I think with their AirMech album they got too much flack for sounding like "dubstep," they are just evolving...same with Skinny Puppy, Handover was considerably IDM as well as industrial, and I don't see the problem that as well. I don't know the general consensus on echogenetic. As far as the opposite case goes - artists sounding the same - that new Project Pitchfork album is predictable and disappointing in my opinion. Now I am waiting for Click Click's new album, and hoping it sounds like their later tense and atmospheric instrumentals. I am worried however that if Front 242 eventually get to making a new album it will sound forced.

    10 Ago 2013 Responder
  • SequenceC

    Wow, quite shocking to hear that.

    18 Jul 2013 Responder
  • SequenceC

    Recently been watching on TV: The Americans and The Returned (Les Revenants), both excellent. How about you?

    29 Jun 2013 Responder
  • SequenceC

    Never heard of that before, but the characters sure scare me haha

    28 Jun 2013 Responder
  • SequenceC

    Interesting, didn't know you had those connections. BTW who's the character in your avatar?

    27 Jun 2013 Responder
  • SequenceC

    Look at Niinistö's face - http://youtu.be/hD-ORS1hRHA?t=40s haha

    26 Jun 2013 Responder
  • Auland

    Sorry I've been kind of weird with not responding to shouts...had a bad time near the end of my time at the university and was working on transferring to a community college and moving into my own apartment. Interestingly enough one of my summer classes is Social Sciences, and we're talking about all that 'oppression and privilege' stuff between discussions on personality disorders. It's pretty objective overall but I still don't agree when the professor talks about how the U.S is a total patriarchy. One of the women in the class went off basically about how she deserves reparations....I'm just sitting there thinking, "who the hell is going to pay for all of that? and just because you're a certain skin color somebody owes you something? neither of us chose what race to be born with and we weren't there to witness the colonial slave trades so how is this logical?" I feel as if I express my views in that class I'll be accused of being pro-erasure when in actuality I'm just apathetic.

    11 Jun 2013 Responder
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