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post Mar 19 2003, 01:53 PM
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I, like many people, listen to things on a daily basis - whether I want to or not.

Amongst those things I include music - a thing I listen to for pleasure. I feel that one can learn a lot from a person's listening habits. Such as what music they like. And other stuff, too.

What I really want to know is - what music have you been listening to today?

I started my day with the new Stephen Malkmus and The Jicks album 'Pig Lib' (very odd, very good), followed that with half of a Kerrang freebie CD (first time I'd bought Kerrang in ages - hee hee! takes me back...), then 'Dark Side Of The Moon' by Pink Floyd (one of my albums of choice whilst on the 'puter) and, to bring us to now, a compilation of speedy sub-three-minute tunes I made myself. I call it FAST!, and it rocks.


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post Mar 19 2003, 02:02 PM
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Welp, being so early in the morn for me, I haven't had a chance to listen to much music yet. But I have had Da vinci's notebook stuck in my head all morning, so I guess that will have to do. Funny stuff, even in your head. ph34r.gif


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post Mar 19 2003, 05:37 PM
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Am listening to VNV Nation at the mo...


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post Mar 19 2003, 05:39 PM
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I'm now listening to 'The Braindance Coincidence', that Rephlex compilation that I bend everyone's ears about.

It's very goood.


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post Mar 19 2003, 05:40 PM
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VNV now finished, now listenin to Dead Kennedys


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post Mar 19 2003, 05:41 PM
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Yay for the Dead Kennedies.


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post Mar 19 2003, 05:42 PM
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I've listened to a raft of tasty electronica today, most of which was after I got back to my place with a couple of buddies after a night out. Technically, that's today. Venetian Snares, Plaid, Autechre, Kid606, Boards of Canada and that's about it. Had a really brilliant conversation about building a conceptual model of musical taste, which would allow you to map out a person, or groups tastes, and identify the gaps so you could make totally new fresh tunes.

Then the new Mira Calix in the car in, which is rather lovely swooshy stuff.


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post Mar 19 2003, 05:43 PM
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Big up max respec' to tha Jonman.

Them's some tasty listenings indeedy, rude bwoy.


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post Mar 19 2003, 05:43 PM
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Can I hav some of whatever you've been smokin/drinkin/inhalin pleeeze Jon?


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post Mar 19 2003, 05:45 PM
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QUOTE (Industrial Kybosh @ Mar 19 2003, 05:39 PM)
I'm now listening to 'The Braindance Coincidence', that Rephlex compilation that I bend everyone's ears about.

It's very goood.

*puts on electro marketeer's hat*

You need to buy some Ovuca (Wasted Sunday is lush - King Stacey is a 4-track dancefloor-destroyer) and both Astrobotnia (who's secretly Ovuca anyway) CD releases. All on Rephlex. All absolutely brilliant.

Should be available off warp's site if you can't find them elsewhere.

*removes hat and picks imaginary lint from it*

I reckoned that that compilation was a bit hit'n'miss - which ones do you particularly like?


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post Mar 19 2003, 05:47 PM
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QUOTE (saucy_tara @ Mar 19 2003, 05:43 PM)
Can I hav some of whatever you've been smokin/drinkin/inhalin pleeeze Jon?

Lucky Strike Lights/awful coffee/my own smelly breath

Take your pick.


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post Mar 19 2003, 05:51 PM
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All compilations are hit and miss to some extent, and this one's certainly no exception...

I love the Cylob track, but am aware that not all of his stuff is like that. The Leila and Ovuca tracks are very nice - I ended up buying Leila's 'Like Weather', which I enjoy much - I like the Chaos AD track, the mu-ziq (closest I could really get to typing their name... tongue.gif) one, DMX Krew...

I think those cover my faves, but there isn't really one I hate, per se... just some I like less...


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post Mar 19 2003, 06:00 PM
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QUOTE (Industrial Kybosh @ Mar 19 2003, 05:51 PM)
All compilations are hit and miss to some extent, and this one's certainly no exception...

I love the Cylob track, but am aware that not all of his stuff is like that. The Leila and Ovuca tracks are very nice - I ended up buying Leila's 'Like Weather', which I enjoy much - I like the Chaos AD track, the mu-ziq (closest I could really get to typing their name... tongue.gif) one, DMX Krew...

I think those cover my faves, but there isn't really one I hate, per se... just some I like less...

*rams electro hat back on quick-sharp*

Hmm, Cylob - I like the track that's on the comp, but the rest of his stuff I've heard had been utter tripe. What's the Leila record like? Might have to check that out.

Chaos AD is Squarepusher under a different name (I think the version on the comp is the squarepusher remix of the original track - i.e. he did another version of his own track in the style of the 'pusher). That is a brilliant track.

mu-ziq's early stuff is really good - changy cheeky electro - check out
http://www.planet-mu.com - it's his label. Releases a lot of REALLY good stuff. As always, back catalogue available at Warp.

Not sure if it's up your street, but I'm a huge Bogdan-boy. He's a Polish nutcase who makes loopy 200bpm beats that just make me grin like a loon. If you're up for jumping around like an idiot, it's very very good.

*adjusts hat in mirror and nods*


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post Mar 19 2003, 06:04 PM
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QUOTE (Jonman @ Mar 19 2003, 06:00 PM)
What's the Leila record like? Might have to check that out.

Heh heh heh.. so suddenly the pupil becomes the master... wink.gif

'Like Weather' is very nice. Quite laid back and trip-hoppy for the most part. One to put on when you want to relax, and can't be fussed with the challenge of something more experimental (BoC, say - luuurve 'Music Has The Right...' and 'Geogaddi').

I knew about Chaos AD being Squarepusher, but the info on mu-ziq is very welcome. As for Bogdan, I liked his track on the comp, but not as much as some others. I need to be in the right mood for it, really. But it's certainly good!

Didn't he work as a producer for Bjork or something?


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post Mar 19 2003, 06:18 PM
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QUOTE (Industrial Kybosh @ Mar 19 2003, 06:04 PM)
QUOTE (Jonman @ Mar 19 2003, 06:00 PM)
What's the Leila record like? Might have to check that out.

Heh heh heh.. so suddenly the pupil becomes the master... wink.gif

'Like Weather' is very nice. Quite laid back and trip-hoppy for the most part. One to put on when you want to relax, and can't be fussed with the challenge of something more experimental (BoC, say - luuurve 'Music Has The Right...' and 'Geogaddi').

I knew about Chaos AD being Squarepusher, but the info on mu-ziq is very welcome. As for Bogdan, I liked his track on the comp, but not as much as some others. I need to be in the right mood for it, really. But it's certainly good!

Didn't he work as a producer for Bjork or something?

Boggers and Bjork? Wow. Dunno if he did or not, but I love the idea. Plaid certainly have - I could be confusing them with someone else, but I thought they were involved with the production of Vespertine.

Speaking of Bogdan, he's hilarious to see play live. Plays off a laptop, and inbetween frantic bouts of mouse motion, he literally leaps around the stage/booth/whatever, tearing his hair out and writhing around on the floor. Total mentalist.


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post Mar 19 2003, 06:20 PM
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Result!

I'll keep an eye out for him then... heh heh!


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post Mar 19 2003, 08:53 PM
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today i have listened to sevendust, dope, and zeromancer so far. im sure that i will listen to some NIN later though...


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post Mar 20 2003, 12:10 AM
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Good old NIN - unofficial sponsors of the matazone forums, it seems...

I went on to supplement my listening with an extended session of Radio 6 (best radio station EVAR! There was a lovely feature on ambient music, which provided my first ever opportunity to hear what Richard 'Aphex' James really sounds like. Woot), a little Kerrang Radio when 6 got a bit odd, and I am now listening to Classic FM.

My tastes stretch far and wide, friends and neighbours.


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post Mar 20 2003, 02:23 AM
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I'm kinda mellow today, so i listen to my "mellow Songs" playlist:
clocks by coldplay
lucy in the sky with diamonds by THE BEATLES!
and the rest is stuff, i usually listen to those, and i hear the others. wink.gif laugh.gif ph34r.gif


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im gonna be listening to rancid for the next hour or two... then.. umm... probebly pennywise or the distillers... depends.. i dont feel like ska... had one of those days where i feel like head banging and moshing by myself in my room....


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currently i've got an interesting mix... santana, mr. bungle, pink floyd, beatles, louis armstrong, buddy hollie, jefferson airplane, coldplay, rem, u2, ccr, bare naked ladies, guess who, primitive radio gods, gorillaz, hendrix... i could go on...


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post Mar 20 2003, 12:27 PM
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That's the spirit, jic!

I've started my day with a free CD I got after buying the aforementioned Stephen Malkmus album. There were two - one normal and one dance & urban - but the normal one had run out ;_;

As it is, the CD I got has some cracking tracks on it. I'm rather fond of the Bent and Plaid tracks, and was quite surprised at how much I enjoyed the Nivea and Buju Banton tracks.

Woo.


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Ultraviolence, NiN, Marylin Manson, Depeche Mode.....In a bit of a punchy mood today mad.gif


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post Mar 20 2003, 01:12 PM
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QUOTE (saucy_tara @ Mar 20 2003, 12:57 PM)
Ultraviolence

Woot!

Another Johnny Violent fan!

Which album? Personally, I love 'Masochist' from 'Killing God'. Excellent dominatrix vocal.


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Oh yeah baby!!!!!!Masochist rules, so does hadcore M.F. In fact, Johnny Violent is too coool (and disturbed) for his own good methinks. Sad to see you go InKy, good luck wiv whatever you do next and if you fancy a break from reality in the near future, come find us!!!!!! xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx


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