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  • thebonegarden

    Hey, we’re sharing this with people who seem to have an interesting taste, so this is not a blind spam. We’re a metal room that plays a variety of interesting bands and genres. You’re more than welcome to pass by and share some tunes! Hope to see you at , cheers!

    24 Feb 23:04 Responder
  • ieatmidgets

    I'm a big fan of shoegaze and dream pop. I'd have more scrobbles but my scrobbler broke and I've been too lazy to do anything about it, unfortunately

    1 Dic 2013 Responder
  • junkyard_god

    likewise, my friend. shit's sickening dude. Stars of the Lid. I almost deleted them from my computer but then the two "Music For Twin Peaks" tracks changed my mind. good stuff; i just don't know when an appropriate time to listen to them is besides.. well, falling asleep or a THC-influenced zone out session

    30 Nov 2013 Responder
  • Brittishpop

    Ello. New friend. :)

    5 Oct 2013 Responder
  • SLFV

    Thanx, pal :] Nice Esoteric plays *-*

    4 Oct 2013 Responder
  • Lord-Surreal

    You should totally check out The Jesus and Mary Chain if you haven't already

    21 Ago 2013 Responder
  • PsychDiabolical

    Hello, i'm sorry for late reply, it's been ages since last login to Lastfm and yes i like Dolorian and their other bands for 3 years and never get bored! :)

    5 Ago 2013 Responder
  • The_Forgotton

    Hey, thanks. Cheers!

    23 Jul 2013 Responder
  • likejune

    dito. :) a whisper in the noise sind so sympathische menschen! hatte letztes jahr das glück, sie mit einer handvoll anderer menschen spielen zu hören und mit ihnen zu reden. viel zu lang nicht mehr gehört.

    22 Jul 2013 Responder
  • disastercasper

    I hadn't listened to it yet, but if you think that highly of it, I'll check it out tonight. Recently, I've been getting into stoner doom/metal, psychedelic and harsh noise/power electronics a lot.

    15 Jul 2013 Responder
  • hashanthi_music

    haha you know it! it's because i'm updating this new account, so a lot of my favourites haven't been added yet. that's including The Angelic Process, Stars of the Lid, and Neu! as well as all my doom and drone. speaking of which, great taste my friend!

    1 Jul 2013 Responder
  • SwingBreed

    Hell yeah, I can't believe I never got into Blue Cheer before! People go on and on about early Pentagram, but Blue Cheer is where its at, heavy gold! They got a heroic dose of that heavy madness that seems to only come from the Bay Area.

    23 Jun 2013 Responder
  • SwingBreed

    I was thinking I would recommend to you the double-disc album "Ayahuasca' by Pelt. It is my favorite drone album.

    13 Jun 2013 Responder
  • TabooEv

    Hey man thanks! You seem to have a very interesting library here as well. Dolorian is a very special band for me. They blend in everything from dark/ritual/ambient/black/doom in such a perfect way, which helps to create a powerful atmosphere. They definitely have their own unique sound that makes them stand out among other metal bands. In the Locus of Bone is a top favorite of mines, very ominous and sinister song. I'm one of those who doesn't cares or really pay much attention to the lyrics, but that's unless they're well written and catch my attention. It depends. There's some songs and artists where I pay more attention to the lyrics, and others where I pay more attention to the music, you know. But Dolorian is like you mentioned, real poetry :)

    1 Jun 2013 Responder
  • BloodOfSisyphus

    Yes, personally I think drone music, in it's many different manifestations, is a very complex form drone, because the message given can be played with. The sounds create a huge range of possibilities for interpreting the act performed of the musician. I think this is inherent to drone music. However, it is not so simple to speak about 'drone music', because 'drone' applied to sounds of 'a song' is an interpretation as such. An interesting subject. Nowadays I tend to reject given explanations by the artists. It took at least 5 years for example to allow Stars of the Lid and I want to stay on my own safe speculative area where things can change. I like you list to, lots of music I appreaciate very much. Did you give Jesu a fair chance? It's a hell of source of inspiration. Their music history contains many surfaces.

    1 Jun 2013 Responder
  • BloodOfSisyphus

    Hmhm, I see. So it's your feeling about the sounds of both bands. I can somewhere imagine, but I think that also by those arguments you gave, Nadja still has her own 'music', as in her own character, for example the length of their songs and albums, artwork, related artists (Aidan Baker), themes, philosophy (whatever that may be) and of course their sound is different than that of TAP. Without hesitation it is to say that Nadja's sound differs on each album, which also creates an own atmosphere. I shall check the Menace Ruin. I like you ambient project by the way. Keep going!

    30 May 2013 Responder
  • SwingBreed

    I have the same problem, crusty kids and kvltists rip on me for being such a sensitive hippie, listening to jerry garcia and janis joplin and bob dylan, and then my hippie friends are all like "What's with this abrasive screamy music? baaad viiiibes man." lol. Stoner doomsters and the Cascadian black metal breed seem to have the accepting balance, though. That's why I'm moving to Washington, where you can listen to heavy music and still hug trees without breaking your continuity :P I like Stars of the Lid, very dreamy. The bassist of ISIS put out an impressive attempt at drone under the moniker Crone that reminds me of that a little with a twist.

    30 May 2013 Responder
  • SwingBreed

    yeah man Barn Owl is special stuff. Don't miss the album they did with The Infinite Strings Ensemble called The Headlands. Your taste is really diverse, I bet you know some rare hidden gems most people don't.

    29 May 2013 Responder
  • garynotrashcoug

    That's cool!!! I'm not 100% sure what songs they played when I saw them, because it was so fucking loud. It was in this tiny bar in San Francisco. They were playing through full stacks and the room was so small that it just sounded like a wall of noise. I actually left after their set (they were really the only reason I went to the show anyway) because I forgot my earplugs and even though I'm "old", I'm still young enough that I don't want to loose my hearing quite yet. ;)

    27 May 2013 Responder
  • BloodOfSisyphus

    I don't understand your post on Nadja's profile. How can you defend your statement that Nadja's sound is only a tweaked version of the sound of The Angelic Process?

    27 May 2013 Responder
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