ChronoAreku

Alex, 27, hombre, Reino Unido
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  • togm

    Hi, and thanks for the add! Errors are indeed quite immense, and I can't believe that I only recently discovered them. Can't wait to see them live!!

    22 Mar 2011 Responder
  • phonicx

    CHRONO AREKU

    15 Sep 2010 Responder
  • redorange

    Just wanted to let you know that Terry Riley, Wim Mertens, Gavin Bryars, Pascal Comelade, Talvin Singh, Arvo Part, Giya Kancheli and a few more will be playing this year in the UK at the London International Festival of Exploratory Music (LIFEM), 3-7 Nov 2010. More information here: http://www.lifem.org.uk

    3 Ago 2010 Responder
  • Ph1l5t3R

    Yeah i love it, its my favourite album by them and it makes me want to go back and listen to Fall of Math more as I never really gave that a proper listen. It's certainly a great album and as currently I have been listening to a lot of post rock and electronic, the album has come along at the perfect time for me as those are the genres that it mixes very well. However you do see quite a few comments complaining about 65dos new direction, and though it may be more mainstream I think its a step in the right direction for them, and certainly there are echoes of prodigy, pendulum and other similar artists in the album which makes it appeal to me even more.

    30 Abr 2010 Responder
  • phonicx

    Grove. Please.

    25 Mar 2010 Responder
  • phonicx

    Grove I need new music. Can you burn a DVD and mail it too me?

    22 Mar 2010 Responder
  • CeeJaiGee

    I hope you had a good time in Cardiff. Just looked at your Website - never looked at it before - impressive. Did you know that the link to your CV does not work?

    23 Ene 2010 Responder
  • CeeJaiGee

    My Spotify appears to have died (crashed) and can't get it to reinstall. Bit of a shame as I was finding it very useful. Have you heard the album Blood by O.S.I. - pretty damn good.

    18 Ene 2010 Responder
  • CeeJaiGee

    I look forward to talking to you after your last exam. Glad the filters are proving useful. The're not the best quality so not too expensive at the time but I did some interesting stuff for a while but nothing good enough to keep and in those days you had to pay for every print so it starts getting expensive unless you get a high percentage of successes and I am not that great a photographer as you know. Snow pretty much gone here now - just our self created mounds from clearing the drive left.

    16 Ene 2010 Responder
  • mono7

    Thats an a damn awesome cover if i have to say so myself!!! Spotify has its uses then ;-) You ok anyway, looking forward to Christmas?

    23 Dic 2009 Responder
  • david_davies5

    Excellent that you're back! Pub on xmas eve? Colin is back then... I had LastFM ages ago, then got rid of it for some reason. I'm quite liking it atm because I can access it from my xbox too! It does concern me that people will be judging me based on some of the terrible music i listen to on my ipod, I wish it could scrobble all the cds i listen to!

    21 Dic 2009 Responder
  • CeeJaiGee

    What's the new Yeasayer album like then?

    18 Dic 2009 Responder
  • Ph1l5t3R

    I'm infuriated because even though i can scrobble again, I've lost all record of the music i've listened to since my pc broke, around 2000 plays! Incuding all the porcupine tree i listened to and around a thousand plays of Evanescence.

    5 Dic 2009 Responder
  • CeeJaiGee

    Yes a full day's work at home. Well done for the marketing presentation. talk to you over the weekend.

    4 Dic 2009 Responder
  • CeeJaiGee

    I wonder what the Muse fans will make of The Resistance in its entirity. It is an extraordinary fusion of rock with classical piano/ orchestral music. Pretty damn good even though some of the classical is not original. A brave album and with my musical preferences I would say it is their best.

    20 Sep 2009 Responder
  • CeeJaiGee

    I see you've been listening to Ludovico Einaudi. A similar piece is Eluvium's Radio Ballet but if you want to listen to a full piano piece that is more beautiful than any of these then you should hear Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini by Rachmaninoff (whole track available to hear on Last FM).

    16 Sep 2009 Responder
  • CeeJaiGee

    Parking ticket sorted?

    12 Jun 2009 Responder
  • elhnz0

    Gah, fuck. I am going to get so screwed. I only just finished revising "Data Mining". I have one day to revise e-commerce, and then another to revise comparative programming. Fuckfuckfuck. oh well.

    26 May 2009 Responder
  • elhnz0

    We don't need to know PHP for CO639, do we? It's not in the last exams, I guess, but hmmmmm... -_-

    26 May 2009 Responder
  • elhnz0

    fuckfuckfuck, i am dying with fear over the amount of random statistics in mobile computing module...

    19 May 2009 Responder
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You might know me as dustmaker over on what/waffles

Bands I've seen live

65daysofstatic (Concorde2, Brighton 2010 | Digital, Brighton 2009 | Reading 2009)
Bear's Den (Gentlement of The Road, Lewes 2013)
Billy Talent (Reading 2009)
The Blackout (The Dublin Castle 2008)
Biffy Clyro (Muse Support, Wembley Stadium 2010)
Bloc Party (Reading 2009)
Bon Jovi (Twickenham Stadium 2008)
British Sea Power (Gentlement of The Road, Lewes 2013)
Bullet for my Valentine (Reading 2008)
Coheed and Cambria (Koko, London 2012)
Crystal Castles (Reading 2011 | Reading 2009)
Dispatch (Shepherds Bush Empire, London 2012 | Koko, London 2012)
Does It Offend You Yeah? (Reading 2011)
Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros (Gentlement of The Road, Lewes 2013)
Elbow (Reading 2011)
Errors (Heaven, London 2012)
The Enemy (BT London Live Aug 2012 | Oasis Support @ Wembely St. 2009)
Enter Shikari (Reading 2011 | Reading 2009)
Fall Out Boy (Reading 2009)
Feeder (Reading 2006 | Reading 2008 | O2 Academy Brixton, London 2012)
Franz Ferdinand (Reading 2006)
Friendly Fires (Reading 2011 | Reading 2009)
Funeral For A Friend (Reading 2009)
Gallows (Rage support, Finsbury Park 2010)
Get Cape. Wear Cape. Fly (Reading 2008)
God is an Astronaut (O2 Islington, 2010 | Heaven, London 2012)
Gogol Bordello (Rage support, Finsbury Park 2010)
I Am Arrows (Muse support, Wembley Stadium 2010)
Interpol (Reading 2011)
The Jezabels (The Lexington 2013, Shepherds Bush Empire 2014)
Jimmy Eat World (Reading 2011)
Johnny Flynn and the Sussex Wit (Gentlement of The Road, Lewes 2013)
Jubilee (Reading 2008)
Justice (Reading 2008)
Kaiser Chiefs (Reading 2006)
Kasabian (Oasis support @ Wembely St. 2009)
The Kooks (Reading 2006)
Less than Jake (Reading 2006)
Lostprophets (Astoria2, London 2008)
M83 (Concorde2, Brighton 2009)
Marillion (London Forum 2008)
Maybeshewill (Prince Albert, Brighton 2010| Heaven, London 2012)
Metallica (Reading 2009)
Mumford and Sons (Gentlement of The Road, Lewes 2013)
Muse (Reading 2011 | Wembley Stadium 2010 | The O2 2009 | Royal Albert Hall 2008 | Reading 2006)
The Mystery Jets (Gentlement of The Road, Lewes 2013)
The Naked and Famous (Reading 2011)
Nordic Giants (Heaven, London 2012)
Oasis (Wembely Stadium 2009)
The Offspring (Reading 2011)
Panic! At the Disco (Reading 200)
Pearl Jam (Reading 2006)
Placebo (Reading 2006 | Reading 2009)
The Prodigy (Reading 2009)
Queens of the Stone Age (Reading 2008)
Pulp (Reading 2011)
Radiohead (Reading 2009)
Rage Against the Machine (Finsbury Park 2010 | Reading 2008)
Reverend and The Makers (Oasis support, Wembely St. 2009)
Rise Against (Reading 2011 | Reading 2009)
Roots Manuva (Rage support, Finsbury Park 2010)
Serj Tankian (Reading 2008)
Simian Mobile Disco (Reading 2011)
Steven Wilson (Royal Albert Hall 2013)
The Strokes (Reading 2011)
The Subways (Reading 2006)
Tenatious D (Reading 2008)
Truckfighters (The Underworld, London 2012)
Two Door Cinema Club (Reading 2011, Alexandra Palace 2013)
Unkle Sounds (Reading 2011)
The Vaccines (Gentlement of The Road, Lewes 2013)
Vampire Weekend (Gentlement of The Road, Lewes 2013)
The Very Best Soundsystem (Gentlement of The Road, Lewes 2013)
Walk off the Earth (Shepherds Bush Empire 2014)
We Are Scientists (Reading 2008)
White Denim (Gentlement of The Road, Lewes 2013)
White Lies (Reading 2011 | Muse support, Wembley stadium 2010)
Wolfmother (Reading 2006)
The Wombats (Kent Summer Ball 2008)
Yeah Yeah Yeahs (Reading 2006 | Reading 2009)
Youth Lagoon (Gentlement of The Road, Lewes 2013)



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