Beware_of_God

Chris, 44, Maschio, Regno Unito
www.facebook.com/mclellanc…Ultimo accesso: Marzo 2014

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I'm an active partner and contributor to music industry blog The Music Void (www.themusicvoid.com). If you work in music, check us out for news, reviews and insights into the ever-changing landscape of the music business.

I love going to gigs, Italian food and weekend get-a-ways. Cycle Touring is a re-discovered passion, and tennis is a great positive release valve for anger. I live in South West London, between the Commons. Too many bloody babies about, but at least my neighbours are getting some. Spend the days working in media marketing - social networking (chat and date) and psychics (it's ludicrous) and as a web/social networking consultant.

Originally from Ottawa, Canada, music is my passion. I enjoy almost all genres. I do love hard, intelligent rock, but then I also have a real soft spot for warm 70s soft rock. Jazzy house from Japan does a lot for me, as do singer-songwriters. I'm all over the shop but eclectic is liberating.

My current favourites are the Red House Painters/Mark Kozelek, Of Montreal, Band of Horses, Minus 8 and Lewis & Clarke. I'm also into several cool bands from back home in Canada including Land of Talk, Fiest and Kathleen Edwards.

I think music is a great starting point to meet new friends. If you want to get to know me a little, play the song Smokey by the Red House Painters in my playlist, The Right Hand by The Natural History, Detlef Schremp by Band of Horses, Deep In Your Mind by Kyoto Jazz Massive, Solasystem by Underworld, or maybe by One Of These Things First by Nick Drake

Always interested to hear from the interesting.

Until then, may the wind be at your back, the dice be kind and the universe turn the occasional blind eye.