Adam, 30, hombre, Estados Unidos
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  • daftgirly

    aww thanks for the shout. I have been busy & broke so haven't been keeping on top of shows :(

    30 Sep 18:42 Responder
  • Lys0L

    I'll be alright. Thanks anyway. Enjoy the rest of your Sunday.

    21 Sep 20:47 Responder
  • Lys0L

    Check your inbox.

    21 Sep 10:19 Responder
  • Lys0L

    Which albums you looking for?

    18 Sep 8:27 Responder
  • girlpuke

    hey adam!

    3 Jul 4:34 Responder
  • IanAR

    Thanks for the heads-up. I'm liking the album so far (a more glossly / layered production is well done), esp. Can't Pretend. In other news, another rock'n'roll couple Cowbell promise a début album soon - worth looking out for. Also, (slight blast from the past), I think you might like the song/dance stylings of Singing Sadie *le pant*

    19 Jun 7:51 Responder
  • Valaro

    You're welcome :D

    15 Feb 21:54 Responder
  • Valaro

    Maybe you should try this Chrome extension. It plays the whole song instead of the 30 seconds preview

    12 Feb 3:56 Responder
  • Valaro

    Which mesages?

    3 Feb 23:08 Responder
  • MinMusikJustNu

    Hi! it's the time of the year when I'm looking what my lastfm-friends has been listen to under the last year. My finds this year include: The Temperance Movement (if you get the chance to see them live so go) Jason Isbell (best americana-release with Southeastern) Mike Farris - Shurman - Amanda Shires and on and on.. Oh, Happy New Year !!!

    30 Dic 2013 Responder
  • Valaro

    Thanks :) You have pretty good bands in here.

    14 Oct 2013 Responder
  • shaagyallgone

    Ya, it is the genre derived from music composed using turn tables. And when looking into DJ Shadow, look into specifically DJ Shadow & Cut Chemist. They put out tracks usually 25-30 minutes on vinyl, Side A and Bs... can be found digitally. You can search them on Last.Fm... best searching and finding great music.

    18 Sep 2013 Responder
  • shaagyallgone

    Thank you for your comments. Metal Fingers is a beautiful specimen. Concerning instrumentals. I personally tag Metal Fingers, MF Doom's alias who produces the beats, as instrumental hip-hop as you said, but mainly turntablism. I would tell you to look into DJ Shadow & Cut Chemist, Kid Koala, and RJD2... best to you, and keep expanding those earbuds.

    18 Sep 2013 Responder
  • lrwld

    The vinyl showed up at my front door this afternoon.

    11 Jun 2013 Responder
  • lrwld

    You can't go wrong with Daft Punk.

    4 Jun 2013 Responder
  • lrwld

    Are you prepared for Tomorrow's Harvest?

    2 Jun 2013 Responder
  • mot00rzysta

    well I've never been a huge fan of Daft Punk, to be honest. their loopy style was kind of boring to me. apart from some huge hits and highlights like e.g. "one more time" or "around the world". my favourite albums of theirs are "alive" and music for Tron - I can say I love these two. because they sound different. much as I respect them for taking that leap with RAM - I don't think I'll come back to that album very often. OR it's a grower like some Autechre albums and I shall bark that back after a while. we'll see :) but hey, screw Daft Punk - man, listen to THIS if you haven't already: - that's what I call "bringing life to music" big time. I haven't heard such a massive tune for a long while. I have very good feelings about that new album.

    24 May 2013 Responder
  • tahbyfet

    A general happy atmosphere?

    20 May 2013 Responder
  • mot00rzysta

    hi there ! well I think it's not bad. but that's after only one listen. I'm preparing myself for another listen - maybe today ? A few tracks already stand out for me. Despite all the hate I can see for "lucky" - I like that track [and I LovE the shreds version]. I also like ''within'', the panda bear track, giorgio track. The last track is also very cool. That makes it 5 tracks I can already remember and enjoy. Not bad. The rest of the tracks on this album: seem weaker in comparison but maybe they're growers. Or need certain frame of mind. Or are party tracks. Or girlie tracks. Dunno. What's your opinion ?

    20 May 2013 Responder
  • tahbyfet

    The most standout electro/gay bands would probably be M83 or Toro Y Moi, though the more retro Washed Out tracks have a heavy electro/gay influence

    20 May 2013 Responder
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