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  • fargoneandout

    Hi Esther, I'm loving what you're loving :-)

    22 Mag 21:47 Rispondi
  • SfromL

    Greetings!!!!! :)

    27 Mar 13:45 Rispondi
  • meandthemajor

    That is definitely the plan!

    3 Mar 21:51 Rispondi
  • BerlinCanary

    Free downloads! No need for soundcloud!

    2 Mar 17:49 Rispondi
  • BerlinCanary

    So I discover Housework through your twitter and then find you've only listened to four tracks!? They're rather good though aren't they? Remind me of BSP (especially the vocals)

    1 Mar 12:36 Rispondi
  • Radio_Maleable

    Hi! many thanks for accept and your comment! Los Bonsáis is my band! Enjoy it!

    22 Gen 12:16 Rispondi
  • BerlinCanary

    Some fabulous photos of Spain! Seems you have a scooter as well as a music obsession ;)

    12 Ott 2014 Rispondi
  • BerlinCanary

    Yeah, been a bit quiet on twitter. No special reason really; just laziness I suppose... I thought the radio was a subscriber only thing. Haven't used it myself for yonks - mostly thanks to all the other myriad sources of music I have at my disposal! Hear anything you liked? How was your holiday?

    27 Ago 2014 Rispondi
  • equippedkelly

    Thanks can't wait til tomorrow!

    24 Lug 2014 Rispondi
  • BerlinCanary

    Thunderstorms in parts of Europe I hear; but blazing hot sun here. Scorchio! (you do know the Fast Show right?) Hope the weather is fine over next weekend as, against my better judgement, I'm camping... Anyway, enjoy Spain (Bilbao is supposed to be great!) and don't forget to slap on the factor 50 - it wont always rain ;)

    19 Lug 2014 Rispondi
  • BerlinCanary

    Thanks! And the best thing? They all make great music! (well, most of them). No I haven't managed to bag a DJ slot at Indietracks. Frankly, Esther, they can't afford me ;) Ah, Paul Messis! Yes, I'd probably bought the LP or single by then. He's excellent. You did write Peru though!

    17 Lug 2014 Rispondi
  • oyeterence

    I have not said hello in a long , long time. I am a bad internet music friend, or what have you. Hope all is well.

    15 Lug 2014 Rispondi
  • BerlinCanary

    Yeah, I can go with those comparisons too. Ah on Firestation. Nice because I haven't scanned their catalogue for ages. Did you hear we took the Close Lobsters to a Karaoke bar in Copenhagen at 5:30am after the Popfest? The only place still open at that time; but sadly they couldn't be persuaded up for a turn... Really great blokes though! You mean the new Peru single? Yes, great; but I only just added it to my buy list on bandcamp so how on earth do you know I've heard it? Have you hacked into my computer? ;)

    4 Lug 2014 Rispondi
  • BerlinCanary

    Funny yours says the same thing :) Great find The Gits! Cover quite a range of sounds too though a bit of Smithsesque jangle seems to be their main focus. Where'd you get "A Retrospeculative". Though can't be much on there that's not on Drink Milk (unless they're actually the same thing?)

    3 Lug 2014 Rispondi
  • KraizeeKatt

    Wonderful! I'm so glad you too were able to place an order for your C86 tee! Hope you love it when it arrives. Thank you for accepting my friend request here on last.fm. I do have a Tumblr page! It's my other addiction :)

    3 Lug 2014 Rispondi
  • Tweepopstar

    Cool, didn't know this live video. What a treat. A retrospective would be nice indeed. I wonder who would be interested in putting that out. I don't use twitter much, just the odd post to promote a blog post, but I'm barely there checking what people are posting. Sorry! I just posted another interview on my blog if you are interested about The Lemon Sleepers. Are you in a band or just an indiepop fan?

    2 Lug 2014 Rispondi
  • Tweepopstar

    Hi there, if I remember correctly yes he was in the band and he was the guy that they used to call him Camel. I can go through my last.fm messages if you want. I didn't end up interviewing him, I should have, but I did interview David who used to be the keyboard player. But how come you are into the Train Set? I'm a bit surprised. Thanks for enjoying the interviews.

    2 Lug 2014 Rispondi
  • BerlinCanary

    Gosh, yes! It must be late over there. Go to bed!

    5 Giu 2014 Rispondi
  • BerlinCanary

    That was The Secret History who split. My Favorite were MG Jr's earlier band. Now he seems to be trading under My Favorite again. All so confusing; but the music is divine so it's all good :) That's the Donna Tartt book right? Haven't read it either; but heard very good things. Just bought Viv Albertine's book, which I'm really looking forward to reading.

    5 Giu 2014 Rispondi
  • BerlinCanary

    oh, you should have a listen to My Favorite and The Secret History (and follow @michaelgracejr on twitter). Here's one from the former http://youtu.be/LuBIz0G_pls and one from the latter: http://youtu.be/DvmfsbT2NfY. They played a wonderful set at Indietracks last year ;) And, yes, Paul Messis is great - another Bleeding Gold Recs find I think. There is nothing like vinyl especially if it's 10" and coloured!

    5 Giu 2014 Rispondi
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Handclaps, bouncing basslines, tambourines, driving drumbeats, percussion, melodies, swirling strings, minor keys, retro anything, acoustic and jangly!