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  • xavipvs

    Thank you, I really enjoy music too. I do love Sigur Rós, and I have been a fan of them for some years now. I also have been following Jónsi solo work with bf; I find his solo work stimulating and beautiful as well. I came across Sigur Rós in the early 2000s by QAF, and the Ágætis Byrjun album; the alien angel fetus, the album cover attracted me, and as the first couple of tracks started playing, I was sure hooked. Sigur Rós´s sensibility of what music is, add new dimensions to the whole human experience and sure does redefine music itself. I share your taste in this under appreciated band. Have you seen them live? They were in México city a few years back, I missed them, must be quite an experience to see them live. Cheers!

    Ieri 04:21 Rispondi
  • xavipvs

    Thank you.. He is playing this saturaday.. I have seen him played already once.. I am excited!

    25 Giu 14:32 Rispondi
  • xavipvs

    Awesome Taste, Thanks for accepting :-9

    24 Giu 22:52 Rispondi
  • joniks

    Yeah, it is quite pleasant and I love this parts which go into kinda deep house. Nevertheless, Kamasi Washington’s Epic is absolutely the most outstanding recording I’ve heard lately. It will surely stay with me for years to come. Timeless piece of music. Jamie is merely good vibe :)

    8 Giu 9:46 Rispondi
  • SilentOctober

    I went to Mechelen because it was the closest place to Brussels where we had housing. We spent the New Years' there, it was lovely! But this was 7 or 8 years ago when I was in high school, and I didn't have time to explore Brussels like I would have wanted to. I remember I stumbled upon Manneken Pis without previously knowing of his existence and I thought it was so strange, haha. For the longest time I've wanted to move to Brussels after that charming visit. I'm pretty sure I've romanticised the idea of Belgium in my head all these years, but I still feel very attracted to the idea. Now I'm studying to become a conference interpreter and I'm interested in working for the European Commission (SCIC). It's not only a very difficult job, but it's very difficult to get in. I'm also considering working for the UN. Who knows, I have a long road ahead of me. Time will tell.

    31 Mag 18:29 Rispondi
  • SilentOctober

    Well if we're considering the way it's presented in the first video... I guess I can't keep repeating beer and chocolate, can I? Haha, it does sound a little complicated but I still think it's impressive how it somehow still works. (doesn't it?) Thank you so much for the links, I enjoyed them a lot. Bruges sounds wonderful, I hope to visit one day. I didn't know about that channel, I subscribed, I really liked him! René Magritte is one of my favorite painters. The music too, I will definitely listen more! Are you familiar with writer Annelies Verbeke? She wrote one of my favorite books, "Slaap!". I know I should have said Brussels, when I visited I started to pronounce things in French and considering we say Bruxelles in Romanian also, it stayed with me. I actually went on a group planned trip and visited some places throughout Europe, and I liked Belgium the most. Something in the air, I don't know. I remember I felt really good as a tourist, and I felt like that in Amsterdam, too.

    31 Mag 18:29 Rispondi
  • SilentOctober

    Haha, it's strange to hear that! What makes it so absurd? In my mind, Belgium is the ideal country I'd live in. I love your chocolate, waffles and beer, your languages sound really good, wherever I've been everything had this chic air. I visited Bruxelles twice (I adore that city!) and I stayed for a couple of days in a city called Mechelen, it was absolutely charming, I'll never forget it! Where in Belgium do you live?

    28 Mag 7:17 Rispondi
  • SilentOctober

    Yes, I feel in a very vulnerable state when I listen to it. It's rare for me to get emotional like that to music, so it is something special. It's nice to meet you, Bernard. I'm Camelia. How's life in Belgium like? I'm in love with that country. I visited twice and it was such a great experience!

    26 Mag 18:41 Rispondi
  • SilentOctober

    Hi. How are you? I saw your comment on the Sufjan Stevens page about his latest album and I wanted to say it's so beautiful and true what you said.

    25 Mag 20:04 Rispondi
  • Milkana

    ;)

    15 Apr 13:56 Rispondi
  • YuriBR

    Going to listen to it right now! Amazing couple of songs.

    6 Mar 1:34 Rispondi
  • YuriBR

    Oh, come on! Go for Construção or Meus caros amigos.

    4 Mar 1:42 Rispondi
  • YuriBR

    And if you subscribe the ads will be gone! Hooray hooray!

    2 Mar 17:08 Rispondi
  • YuriBR

    Oh Berrie, but you can always download the 32-bit iTunes. Like I did. Oh, and such a nice surprise to see a Chico Buarque album in your most listened.

    2 Mar 17:07 Rispondi
  • InYourDark

    hei! I almost forgot how good that record is, it brings me so much memories. Yep, its their masterpiece. 'Ritual' is pretty decent and the last one i have to listen again cause i don't remember it so well. Have you listen to Gogo Penguin - 'V.2.0' ? :)

    22 Feb 22:47 Rispondi
  • surajsharma

    great taste!

    24 Gen 8:07 Rispondi
  • InYourDark

    thaaanks! :) I hope this years will be awesome in music like 2014. Wish all the best. - David

    3 Gen 22:38 Rispondi
  • hardcoretea

    Well, i like to discover new music, and most of the bands your listening to are unfamiliar to me. You seem like a great person to talk about music in general. Anyway, have a nice day :)

    15 Dic 2014 Rispondi
  • InYourDark

    Come Down To Us is like a soundtrack for when you are in a lucid dream. Mh, i don't know if you know them, but this is a nice jazzcore project from my country: Zu. (sorry, but i'm not able to ink links with this pc)

    14 Dic 2014 Rispondi
  • InYourDark

    Because i want to discover more music, more artists that the magazines, webzines i read don't tell me, i look into the others library just to discover, or i look what you are listen to, again, for discover, i try to expand my Noise/Knowledge . Oh, sorry for my english man

    14 Dic 2014 Rispondi
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Albums of 2015
listed alphabetically for the time being


Alkimia | Agent Side Grinder
Girls In Peacetime Want To Dance | Belle and Sebastian
Chaleur Humaine | Christine and the Queens
#1 | Illuminine
In Colour | Jamie xx
VI | Kite
Carrie & Lowell | Sufjan Stevens
Darling Arithmetic | Villagers
Sub Rosa | Void Vision




Songs of 2015

Hexagon | Agent Side Grinder
Enter Sylvia Plath | Belle and Sebastian
Stonemilker | Björk
Christine | Christine and the Queens
Carousel | East India Youth
Fourth of July | Sufjan Stevens
No One To Blame | Villagers




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