silvasonicsurfa

Andy, hombre, Reino UnidoVisto por última vez: Julio 2014

48390 scrobblings desde 12 May 2011

1.606 temas favoritos | 3 mensajes | 1 lista de temas | 72 notas

  • Agregar a amigos
  • Enviar un mensaje
  • Dejar un nota

Tu compatibilidad musical con silvasonicsurfa es Desconocida

Crea tu propio perfil musical

Temas escuchados recientemente

Grizzly BearI Live With You 30 Jul 13:13
FoalsHeavy Water 30 Jul 13:07
The NationalBloodbuzz Ohio 30 Jul 12:57
Bombay Bicycle ClubEvening / Morning 29 Jul 16:19
Death Cab for CutieGrapevine Fires 29 Jul 16:16
Local NativesSun Hands 29 Jul 16:11
The NationalMurder Me Rachael 29 Jul 16:07
DaughterYouth 29 Jul 16:03
The NationalDaughters of the Soho Riots 29 Jul 15:59
The WalkmenWe've Been Had 29 Jul 15:55
The NationalRunaway 29 Jul 15:51
The NationalSlipping Husband 29 Jul 15:46
St. VincentSurgeon 29 Jul 15:42
White LiesFarewell to the Fairground Tema favorito 29 Jul 15:38
DaughterSmother 29 Jul 15:33
Sharon Van EttenTaking Chances 29 Jul 15:30
InterpolTake You on a Cruise 29 Jul 15:25
The AntlersI Don't Want Love Tema favorito 29 Jul 15:20
St. Vincent and The NationalSleep All Summer 29 Jul 15:16
The NationalTrophy Wife 29 Jul 15:12
Ver más

Temas más escuchados

1
2 Tema favorito
2
2
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5 Tema favorito
5
5
5
5 Tema favorito
5
5 Tema favorito
5 Tema favorito
5 Tema favorito
5 Tema favorito
5
5
5
5
5 Tema favorito
5
5
5
5 Tema favorito
5
5
5
5
5
alt-JMs
5
5
5
5
5
42
42
42
42 Tema favorito
42
42
42 Tema favorito
42 Tema favorito
42 Tema favorito

Notas

Dejar un comentario. Entra en Last.fm o regístrate.
  • sexandnoise

    No worries, thanks for accepting! Cool charts.

    21 Jul 21:50 Responder
  • jkoller23

    Andy, just stopping by to say hello. have a great weekend! Jeff

    19 Jul 17:28 Responder
  • mikamando

    Hi Andy thanks so much for the add, I recommend you this band called Unquiet Nights I leave you a free sampler of their first album "21st Century Redemption Songs" https://essentialcredential.bandcamp.com/album/21st-century-redemption-songs-album-sampler-2 check it out ;) M i k a

    5 Mar 14:48 Responder
  • IAmMrDexB

    Thanks for accepting me! :)

    8 Feb 16:56 Responder
  • ritesofspring

    Cool page mister, great bands and gig list

    29 Nov 2013 Responder
  • katrand

    Another Michigan, US, resi much appreciative of your musical selection & taste. Cheers!

    11 Nov 2013 Responder
  • MamboSun

    Fine mix of old and new. Especially love your 80s sensibilities and gig commentary. "Andy Ellison crowd surfed and his knee hit my head" - nothing's changed there. I saw him scale a balcony at Shepherd's Bush Empire a couple of years ago. Your "Billy Idol signed my beermat" is on a par with my "Bono stopped me in a corner shop and asked me the way to the London Dungeons" :)

    28 Sep 2013 Responder
  • jkoller23

    Andy, hello from the U.S. (Michigan), thank you for the accept. hope all is well with you. incredible music library that you have there! enjoyed reading your "about me" section in your profile. probably the most in depth one that i've read so far. do you by any chance happen to know the air speed velocity of an unladen swallow? (european) have a great weekend, and give a shout anytime. thanks again. Jeff

    30 Ago 2013 Responder
  • nicorebel

    greetings from west london - you have a fab and diverse library of tunes.

    29 Ago 2013 Responder
  • pianoliza

    Nice music taste! :)

    25 Ago 2013 Responder
  • littledragon092

    ha thanks, it is pretty awesome. i take it you're an adventure time/beatles fan? sweet charts, by the way

    16 Ene 2013 Responder
  • Oregon_Myst

    Happy Holidays! Have a safe and happy, rockin' New Year! ☮ ♥ ♫ to you and yours. =)

    26 Dic 2012 Responder
  • northernbeach

    Hi Andy. Greetz from Germany and welcome to the beach.

    1 Nov 2012 Responder
  • silvasonicsurfa

    <<<<<<Then within a couple of weeks on the 5th November we have Bonfire Night (or Guy Fawkes Night) where we celebrate the failure of the Gunpowder plot on the Government in London, and we have firework displays, bonfires, jacket potatoes, toffee apples, parkin etc, and hopefully a great evening with some beers added in! Then it's the slow run up to Xmas.......!!! These are the few things that make winter sufferable! All the best Andy

    3 Oct 2012 Responder
  • silvasonicsurfa

    Hi, many thanks for your kind wishes. The leaves are yellowing here too, the Boston ivy is also getter redder and redder, the morning air has a nip to it. So much for looking forawrd to a long hot summer - it totally missed us completely. We're still awaiting the first strong wind of the autumn which will blow the first Horse Chestnuts (conkers) from the trees. My son loves to collect them (being a great big kid so I! - looking for conkers is just one of the childish things I cannot grown out of!)) Then we will take them home open them outside. I never fail to be amazed at how nature works, delivering these beautiful polished brown / auburn chestnuts in their green padded thorny shells, it is just a constant delight to open these little things........then they get put in bag in the garage, to be thrown away!!!! We never play with them at all - silly really but it's a kind of annual autumnal ritual. >>>>>>

    3 Oct 2012 Responder
  • Oregon_Myst

    Hi Andy! We're having a wonderful Autumn here. Crisp air in the morning and temperature in the 70s-80s during the day. The rich Fall colors are gorgeous right now. May your week be full of wonderful things! Rock on! ♫

    1 Oct 2012 Responder
  • SK1Media

    Andy, you can download Matt McIntosh's Gaffes, Missteps & Horrible Mistakes [2008-2011] for free here: http://mattmcintoshmusic.bandcamp.com -Cheers

    17 Sep 2012 Responder
  • Irlandese64

    Yep--he's got himself a lightsaber! Greets from Oregon, USA--Jessy :)

    30 Ago 2012 Responder
  • Oregon_Myst

    Ever wonder why Monday so far from Friday but Friday is so close to Monday? Well...don't worry about it...have a great week ahead, my friend! ♥ ♪♫

    5 Ago 2012 Responder
  • Oregon_Myst

    *Waves hello while passing through your library.* Have you checked out the site "I can has hot dog?" (Cheeseburger is better IMHO) Can you believe it's the weekend again so soon? Hope it's a wonderful one for you!

    3 Ago 2012 Responder
  • Todas las notas (72)

Conóceme

Have a nice day!

Lekker dag!
Ditën e mirë!
يوم سعيد
اتمنى لك يوما طيبا
Լաւ օր ունենաս:
Egun on izan dezala
শুভ দিন
Приятен ден
Lijep ti dan želim!
Hezký den!
Fortsat god dag
Nog een prettige dag
Bonan tagon al vi!
Hav ein góðan dag
Hyvää päivänjatkoa
Bonne journée !
წარმატებულ დღეს გისურვებ
Schönen Tag noch!
Νάσαι καλά!
Bònn jounen
आप का दिन अच्छा बीते!
Szép napot!
Hafðu það gott
Semoga hari anda menyenangkan
Buona giornata!
良い一日を
Die dulci fruimini
Lai jums laba diena
Geros dienos!
Schéinen Dag nach
Пријатен ден
Semoga hari anda baik sahaja
Il-gurnata t-tajba
Kia ora, Ata mārie, Mōrena
Өдрийг сайхан өнгөрүүлээрэй
शुभ दिन
Ha en fin dag
Pasa bon dia
روز خوبي داشته باشيد!
Miłego dnia!
Tenha um bom dia!
ਤੁਹਾਡਾ ਦਿਨ ਚੰਗਾ ਲੰਘੇ / تہاڈا دِن چنگا لنگھے
Îţi doresc / Vă doresc o zi plăcută!
Хорошего Дня(Xaroševo dnja)
Ia manuia le aso
Пријатан дан желим
Passati na bona iurnata
Pekný deň!Pekný deň prajem!
Lep dan ti želim!
Maalin wanaagsan
¡Que pase un buen día!
Nakutakia siku njema!
Ha en trevlig dag!
Ich wünsch Dir e schöne Daag
இந்த நாள் இனிய நாளாக அமையட்டும்
İyi günler!
Гарного дня
آپ کا دن اچھا گزرے
Yahshi ishlang!
האָט א גוטן טאָג
Nibe nosulu ulohle!
(think that's most people!)

Overgrown Indie Kid residing in God's Country, 'sunny' West Yorkshire, Northern England, (the United Kingdom's hotspot of Real Ale production) since age 8, but due to parental bad planning / parental bad luck was born down 'Darrrn Sarrrf'.

Probably (possibly) old enough to be your dad, but young enough in spirit to be your brother / best mate. (Still waiting 'to grow up' though)

Love investigating new music; currently loving The National...I now spend my time 50/50 on Spotify and Last FM
...
A major, major, rabid, Sigur Ros fan

Leeds United season ticket holder (for my sins)...."Marching On Together"....

Father of a wonderful 9 year old (going on 24) boy.....the conversations we've had recently...tsunamis, TB, pistons, tablets vs laptops vs home pc's, precipitation, earthquakes, karma, does time collapse in on itself?, life insurance, .......why did I wait so long to sample fatherhood?

Other loves:- OMD, Embrace , the Ramones (1976 - 1985) , U2 (most periods - I was U2 Info member #105 (pre Propaganda) from 1981 through 1987), punk / new wave (1976 - 1979) synth pop (1979 - 1986) house music (1987 - 1992), early Ska (to 1971/2) , Ambient, Real Madrid FC, AFC Fiorentina, Early Doors (BBCTV Comedy), Jacques Tati, Spaghetti Bolognese, T-Shirts n Jeans, barbeque food, The Far Side series of cartoon books, Any real ales that contain Nelson Sauvin hops, Laurel & Hardy, Magic Rock's Curious bitter, Salted Peanuts, Seabrooks crisps, Twiglets infact anything salty (see High Blood Pressure), Gordon The Gopher, Tommy Cooper, Mallinson's beers, history, sunshine, Chris Coco music, Animation films, car boot sales, the smell of bread, Christmas Eve / Day, Napapijri clothing, random shopping on ebay, Eric Morecambe, Banksy, Bill Drummond / Jimmy Cauty projects past and present, my family, Goa, Love, a free bar, warm sunny days, same with a cold beer, Marmite, Big Macs (see also Hates), the rummy game Bonanza, Fat Freddy's Cat, days off, Brew Dog's Punk IPA, company, solitude, caramelised onions, my little boys Hex Bugs, Cube World and Bakugan Battle Brawlers, San Miguel, Chorizo sausage, respect for your elders, Christmas, Big Brother & Celebrity Big Brother, Monty Python (ni! ni! ni! ni!), Michael Palin (my hero), Eddie Gray (my football hero), Johnny Ramone (my geetaw hero), Karl Bushby (respect), The Apprentice, I Can Has Cheezburger, reminiscing (I am old, see)......chillin' out........Pancakes, yeah pancakes.....pancakes with sugar on....., and lemon juice, yummmmmm, sex (but don't get much of that), Maynards Wine Gums, my 'Ramones' leather jacket (sadly RIP) Hot Cross Buns, naked Twister (no, relax you'll be pleased to hear I'm only joking with that one), Prawn or Chicken Dopiaza, Tortilla Chips and salsa, my new car mp3 player, Heinz tomato soup, Any beers that contain Citra hops (Ossett - Citra, Oakham - Citra, Buxton - Spa, Buxton - Moor Top) mmmmm!!!!!! New York Cinnamon bagels, M83, watching my son play Minecraft (at least then I don't have to listen to him talking about Minecraft!!!), Elvis Jesus tshirts, The Regular Show, Brodie's ales...........more to follow....

Hates:- (People who hate - who? me?), Waiting, Winter (no, hang on I BLOODY hate winter), Ignorant people, Arrogant people, people that drop litter, Visits to the Dentist, the smell and heat of hospitals, Disrespect, Spongers, Getting Old, Religion, Tabloids, Vacuous 'celebrities' (yes I know I've said that I love Big Brother Celebrity BB), stiff necks, Bankers, Peace (how difficult is it?), cold days, warm beer, solitude, company, wearing the wrong days socks on the right day, negativity, typically rubbish British summers, no TYPICAL RUBBISH BRITISH SUMMERS!!!!!!!!, McDonalds the corporation, heavy home defeats (oh yeah and incompetent goalkeepers), my personal financial poverty (all donations gratefully accepted), that bit of skin that appears now and again on the side of your finger nail that you can't resist pulling on and after you've managed to get it your finger kills for days and you end up with it infected, people from Essex that insist they're 'cockneys', War (how easy is it?), New Years Eve, people that go out on a night just to get really ar*eholed (drunk), GRRRRRR!!!! - high blood pressure, Countries (or more specifically heads of state and governments) who never learn from past mistakes - check your past history........People who wear t-shirts of bands as fashion statements (having never ever heard a track i.e. Ramones), biting my lip, losing things ("don't tidy THAT up, I won't know where it is next time I need it!!!" It might be untidy, at least it's organised chaos), big car bills, oh yeah and life generally (lol) ...........and TYPICAL RUBBISH BRITISH SUMMERS!!!!!!!!, .......trees......they're evil, .....HOUMOUS...devil's spawn...what idiot resorted to adding two digusting ingredients together to make somethind worse!!!!.., Listening to my son talk about Minecraft, people who let their dogs foul footpaths without 'scooping the poop', people who discard their chewing gum on the pavement (look at what your are doing to the local environment!), ...more to follow.....












Bands seen live (in no particular order):-
Generation X 1978 (Billy signed a beermat for me)
Siouxsie & The Banshees (Huddersfield Uni 1978, before they even had a record deal - came across Siouxsie sat on her own by the pool table downstairs in the Cellar Bar and she signed a beermet for me - There's a recurring theme here isn't there?)
Skids
Undertones
Radio Stars (Andy Ellison crowd surfed and his knee hit my head, I ended up with the tag off his kneepad)
999
Madness (Huddersfield Uni 1979, while The Prince was in the charts)
Selector
Penetration
Ramones (about 6 times)
U2 (about 11 times, first time March 1983)
OMD (about 7 times, first time May 1984)
Embrace (3 times)
Pet Shop Boys (twice)
Prince (twice)
The Pretenders
Sugar
Spear Of Destiny
The Delays
REM (twice - if you count the time we only listened to them while sheltering from the incessant pissing rain in a burger stand canopy waiting for U2 at The Longest Day in June 1985)
Beautiful South
Ash
Placebo
Morning Runner
Sigur Ros (three times, twice this year)
Jonsi
Kraftwerk
Tears For Fears (Leeds Uni, the day after U2, March 1983)
Joan Jett & The Blackhearts (met Joan after the gig, she signed my footie programme)
New Order (GMex, it was rubbish sound)
Happy Mondays
Depeche Mode
For A Minor Reflection
Girl
Terrorvision
Ned's Atomic Dustbin
The Wonderstuff
INXS
Inspiral Carpets
The Police
UB40
Weezer
Pulp
Cast (twice, both times as support act to U2)
Elbow
John Foxx
I Like Trains

""How did the dog get the name Dopey?"

"Well, when Eddie was taking the dog for a walk round the estate, all the kids used to shout 'here comes dopey' and the name kind of stuck"



















Take your top 50 artists. For each of these artists, collect the top 20 similar artists (where the artist itself is the #1 most similar). The resulting number of unique artists is your super-eclectic score. You can compute your own score at http://anthony.liekens.net/pub/scripts/last.fm/supereclectic.php

My super-eclectic score is currently

508/1000


BUT I CAN'T BE ARSED LISTENING TO DIFFERENT TYPES OF MUSIC JUST TO GET A HIGHER ECLECTIC SCORE - I JUST WANNA LISTEN TO INDIE & ORIGINAL PUNK (AT THE MOMENT)

<a href = 'http://obscurometer.com/user/silvasonicsurfa?s=badge' target='_blank'><img src='http://obscurometer.com/images/badge.php?u=silvasonicsurfa&bc=036&tc=fff&hc=ace' alt='Check out my musical obscurity rating on The Obscurometer.com!' /></a>

Actividad reciente