Chamberk

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  • dreamcreek

    i hope you listen to the new of montreal album! i think you will like it???????!

    21 Sep 2013 Responder
  • melodicaplunge

    Hey Chamberk! We saw that you have a pretty good music taste and thought that you'd maybe like our music as well. We are three girls from the forests of Sweden and we are going to record our very first album in Woodstock this summer! We would love if you checked out this song http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BmTj6CzmAp4 ! Let us know what you think (it's much appreciated) by commenting the video, and also check out our cover of 'Kathy's Song' http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=44kjqZUC5PU that we got the chance to play live for Paul Simon! Love, VIDAR

    6 Jun 2013 Responder
  • dreamcreek

    oh man that's cool i wonder if the national would ever cover a kinks song and if so which one? what a change that would be wouldn't it be something? it is something interesting to imagine. anyway i am being dominated by thiss 'sea of love' song which will definitely sound great on record, plus then that 'heavenfaced' slowburner is right after and i'm totally getting a b-side alligator feel for this record, with the loud contrasting with the soft back and forth we go! less than a month to go. alligator is my favourite national album but i'm getting ready to put the crown on this one.

    28 Abr 2013 Responder
  • dreamcreek

    hey mister ! thanks for finding me !

    9 Abr 2013 Responder
  • mythogenesis

    Oi. Smarch reunion, even the oldest, most dormant smarchers have returned to the Smarchiverse. **prod**

    27 Feb 2013 Responder
  • tlmucla

    I miss the old MC too. But, the Cricket and now the Closet has turned into something I didn't expect. Despite the very different personalities and tastes, it has become a bit like a family. At this point, everybody genuinely gets along. If you think about it, it's really cool how we all found each other after the Cricket went down, and the conversations have started up again as if nothing has changed. The new forum is annoying, but I'm getting used to it. I'm glad you made it over. And, the new Lamar album is the shit! I'm becoming a true fanboy.

    24 Oct 2012 Responder
  • tlmucla

    Hey Chamberk. The 'Cricket is officially dead. Forumer lost all of the data. Did you ever sign up for Jackson's expat forum from the expat forum?

    18 Oct 2012 Responder
  • CashRulez

    Haha! Damn man, I knew someone was gonna call me on my shenanigans one of these days.

    25 Sep 2012 Responder
  • shadrach_451

    What is your opinion on the new Liars? I haven't really listened to any of their previous albums, but some friends have talked me into giving this one a shot.

    13 Jun 2012 Responder
  • tlmucla

    There's no shame in having Anais Mitchell #1 on your charts for the last three months. Although, that may be a reflection of your current mental health. Are you suffering from depression or just a glutton for punishment? I think it's a great album, but what a downer!

    21 Mar 2012 Responder
  • twatles

    Hello c:

    21 Mar 2012 Responder
  • Golnaaar

    your charts are impressive, as always :)

    14 Mar 2012 Responder
  • Golnaaar

    Debut EP “The Landfill Musical” is now available. Feel free to listen, download and share using one of the links provided below: Listen on Soundcloud: http://soundcloud.com/of-ego/sets/of-ego Download mp3 (192kbps): http://www.mediafire.com/?aadygob15gdpeio Official Website: http://www.of-ego.com Your comments and concerns are important to us :)

    14 Mar 2012 Responder
  • shadrach_451

    Congratulations on your plans for this year. I'm really happy for you. I wish I could come DJ your reception. Also, we just bought a house last year, and it was a really eye opening process. I could give you tons of advice, but that would ruin the "surprise". I think it's a lot of fun if you go into it with the right attitude.

    12 Feb 2012 Responder
  • shadrach_451

    Hey Cham. Interesting to see that we were both on a Spoon kick just now. I'm amazed at how everytime I first hear a new Spoon album I'm underwhelmed, but by a year or so later I think it's the most amazing thing ever. I need to give Transference another shot soon. My life has been fantastic. My oldest little girl just turned 3 yesterday. And a few months ago my work moved me to an office in my home town, cutting my commute from an hour one-way to ten minutes. And above that, I'm the only one here, so I can blast whatever music I want off the walls. It's a good life.

    9 Feb 2012 Responder
  • tlmucla

    Yeah, I just picked up the remastered Siamese Dream and Gish. Before this, I only had the Pumpkins' greatest hits. I don't know why I never really got into the band before. Both albums are pretty great, tho, and I'm looking forward to the remastered Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness next year.

    13 Dic 2011 Responder
  • shadrach_451

    Yeah. Future Islands was possibly my most anticipated album yet this year, and it meet my expectations. I've only been listening to it for a few days now, but I'm really enjoying the depth. Subdued is a good term for it. I keep trying to call it "slower", and that isn't exactly accurate. I think it fit together as an album a lot better than anything they have done before. It's really well paced as an album and has some good flow. Also, "Balance" has a pretty cool video. All of this said; I would probably sacrifice the whole thing just for 3:00 of something as amazing as "Tin Man" again. But I can't fault them for making a warm fire instead of a loud explosion.

    12 Oct 2011 Responder
  • DITP

    It's nice to see you listening to Camera Obscura's first album. That album, and the band as a whole, doesn't get nearly enough praise as it deserves.

    27 Ago 2011 Responder
  • shadrach_451

    Interestingly enough, the day after I talked to you about the Black Keys, my boss, who is an older business owner engineer type, was rocking out to them in the back room without any cohersion from me. He was with a friend of his and it was kindof funny listening to them try to figure them out. I was so tempted to jump into the conversation and look like a total know it all snob to my boss, and completely blow away his illusion of himself being a hip young music fan. I made the mistake of telling him how much music I have on my harddrive one day when he was bragging about how he had 25 gigs. He was like "Someday, when you are my age, you will have a music library as big as mine." and I was all music nerd and went "Actually..." He was in a bad mood with me for the next few weeks. Anyway, I'll have to check out "Rubber Factory".

    22 Jul 2011 Responder
  • shadrach_451

    So, I keep trying to find a way to describe the Black Keys that doesn't involve the term "Badass" and it's really not possible. That album just sweats confidence with every fist pump. Good stuff. Now, "Everlasting Light" wakes me up in the morning. Anyway. I don't know how it would rate in a 2010 list. I seem to lose focus on it before it's over. But it's a great album. Thanks for recommending it.

    20 Jul 2011 Responder
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