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  • Erkan-Yilmaz

    Hello, you are now a member of the group: we have no reverse neighbours! have fun

    10 Mar 13:33 Rispondi
  • KSaebin

    Hey, no problem. Thanks, you have great taste yourself!

    26 Ott 2013 Rispondi
  • Bryanjoel

    oh haha know what you mean man. for me it's ryan and dan gosling

    11 Ott 2013 Rispondi
  • Bryanjoel

    mixed bag about yeezus. great starting four tracks, mediocre next five, and a fantastic, song-of-the-year-level closer, perhaps because it's so nostalgic with college-days kanye fans. but i guess if i wanted the yeezus kind of raw sound i'd be listening to death grips instead, who do a much better job (heard their new song 'birds'?). oh... james murphy? he produced reflektor? didn't know that. still not digging it.. may work out in an album context though. always welcome a more polished, hifi production sound too. and i think arcade fire peaked at Neon Bible. don't think they can top that.

    10 Ott 2013 Rispondi
  • Bryanjoel

    that's cool, only heard Doris out of the three (it's all right). good that you didn't mention daft punk's ram though, sprawling mess that tricked millions into thinking they brought disco-funk back (hercules and love affair, metro area?). anyway. time being, four tet's coming to zouk, phoenix on jan 15, and there's laneway 2014, which has quite a list (check it out). i was pretty unimpressed by arcade fire's reflektor to be honest. will see how their whole album sounds. and haha i'm one of the reasons james won't talk about secondary school, man.

    8 Ott 2013 Rispondi
  • Bryanjoel

    shit, just saw your shout. sorry about that. it's been a while since i've used cause, you know, a level's and all (you'll know). james saw me at the library? why he never come find me? cheeky boy. but we should know each other soon. singapore's music fan scene is pretty tight-knit. come by for all sorts of live events and you'll notice that you see the same faces over again and eventually you'll make friends and eat late night dim sum together as you discuss the shape of self-conscious rap to come. oh, and what's your AOTY so far? close call between dj koze and deerhunter for me right now. Jai Paul's unfininshed, bootlegged album is pretty sick too if you get the chance to hear it.

    6 Ott 2013 Rispondi
  • gutlesswonder

    Here is how I rank the albums! You may not agree with me after listening to them though! lol! :D 1- This Is My Truth Tell Me Yours 2 - The Holy Bible 3 - Journal For Plague Lovers 4 - Lifeblood 5 - Postcards From A Young Man 6 - Everything Must Go 7 - Send Away The Tigers 8 - Know Your Enemy 9 - Gold Against The Soul 10 - Generation Terrorists

    16 Dic 2012 Rispondi
  • gutlesswonder

    I have scrobbled The Holy Bible! Not recently I admit but I have done so!

    15 Dic 2012 Rispondi
  • Bryanjoel

    HOLY SHIT, I DIDN'T NOTICE THE SIMILAR MELODY. Wow. That's mindblowing. 31 listens to 5-4=Unity and not at all. Cool. I love it when Pavement have their own ideas of popular music; see Wowee Zowee and it's off-kilter pop. There's not one song I find distasteful on Wowee Zowee. Maybe Kennel District, but then again I dislike all Spiral Stairs-fronted songs (except Two States). Hit the Plane Down ruined Crooked Rain for me. As for Slanted, I've always found it solid but nothing more than solid.

    15 Dic 2012 Rispondi
  • Bryanjoel

    No prob man. I'll be looking to go back to that secondary school to catch up on their rugby progress haha. I wasn't bored actually; I love road trips because I've got the jams for it. I didn't do shit in Pokhara. It was really beautiful but we only stayed there for a day and then went out for the trek immediately. Which Pavement album is the best btw? Crooked Rain is their most consistent I think, but their other albums have really awesome standouts that help the other albums have a strong claim to the title of Pavement's Best Album.

    14 Dic 2012 Rispondi
  • Bryanjoel

    Hey man. Sorry, after Nepal I had to go to Malaysia right after. I'm back for good now, until I have to go to Australia later in December for a wedding. Pretty hectic but it's all good fun (I am too lazy to do my homework too). Procol Harum and Velvet Underground and Pavement were on heavy rotation in there - the bus trips from Kathmandu to Pokhara provided some pretty fantastic sights to accompany them. Climbed Poon Hill and saw a sweet mountain range and then we stayed at a public secondary school there and painted walls (I taught them how to play touch rugby too). It was pretty amazing. Would go back there again, especially to that school.

    13 Dic 2012 Rispondi
  • Bryanjoel

    I'm going to Nepal tomorrow. Leaving at 4:30am; if I can still catch you, any good stuff to listen to while surveying the landscapes and sights over there? Procol Harum's self-titled is one of the albums I'm taking there.

    18 Nov 2012 Rispondi
  • Bryanjoel

    Hey again. I promoted, I guess. That's all I have to say. It was rather disappointing but being an arts student tends to make you feel bad because even the best arts students are all B's. How was yours?

    17 Nov 2012 Rispondi
  • Radiactive

    hahahaha, I get it now

    20 Ott 2012 Rispondi
  • Radiactive

    You don't like Charlie Brown or what

    19 Ott 2012 Rispondi
  • Bryanjoel

    hey, you're right. I know he's had a really good relationship with his moms (Hey Mama is a brilliant song) but I didn't think it had affected him and stopped what was so fun about Kanye's initial stuff. Opposite case to that of Flying Lotus' though; his mother's death made him go from post-Dilla beats to post-hip-hop beats (with the song Galaxy in Janaki to celebrate it too). Thought you'd know Mahkaz, what a character he is.

    16 Ott 2012 Rispondi
  • Bryanjoel

    All right man, that's cool. And just saying, I absolutely hated Boy in da Corner at first listen. But then the first six songs grew on me and pretty soon did the rest. Dizzee wrote I Luv U when he was our age! That's amazing. I agree with you on MBDTF over there, all hype, way too bloated and lacking in the self-effacing humour and thematic solidarity we'd seen in his college trilogy. And it's Marcus Tan (Mahkaz on Facebook).

    14 Ott 2012 Rispondi
  • Bryanjoel

    also: is this kid from your primary school?

    14 Ott 2012 Rispondi
  • Bryanjoel

    damn, wish that culture was realised back then at Hai Sing. I think you're right on for listening to the Streets so far (for some reason didn't scrobble in my plays for it), and if you like that stuff you can try out Plan B. Who's sounding really good currently in hip-hop - Big Baby Gandhi (if irony's your thing), El-P (hard-hitting beats), Action Bronson (food and misogyny), Danny Brown (psycho) and Death Grips (who are hardly hip-hop). There's a couple more but these pop to mind first. My favourite hip-hop records so far are Dizzee Rascal's Boy in da Corner, Kanye West's Late Registration, Public Enemy's Nation of Millions, Madvillainy and Ultramagnetic MC's Critical Beatdown. But I like instrumental hip-hop the same, if not, all the more. DJ Shadow's Endtroducing, J Dilla's Donuts, Prefuse 73's One Word Extinguisher (and his complementary Extinguished: Outtakes). If you can't find any of them online just ask.

    14 Ott 2012 Rispondi
  • Bryanjoel

    Lip balm, got it. And yeah, there were those kinds in my sec school too, only the hiphopheads were way too conceited and narrow about it, banging 2pac / Biggie and right on Drake / Eminem etc. They didn't know De La from Dizzee or Aceyalone from Aesop Rock. Same for the metalheads, they were pretty much mall metalcore all the way (Alesana, 30 Seconds) and they acted as the authority in sound and taste. So I disregarded them mostly. My Orientation was awful too, and if I heard that fucking One Direction song one more time I might have to destroy the soundsystem. Among the shitfest though, the orientation week, at least, had one instance of Arcade Fire's Wake Up, so it wasn't too bad. Boybands are awful; what I really hate about them (and also why I generally hate K-pop) is that it has that stupid same structure where it'll be an R&B-infused dance number with ALWAYS, ALWAYS a mandatory rapped verse somewhere in the middle by the angry-looking "rap" guy / girl of the group. It's bullshit.

    14 Ott 2012 Rispondi
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