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  • Squooseadactyle

    It's good to see you are alive btw. I know you mentioned you've been MIA for quite some time. I have been as well with work and general life but it's nice to still stop by and snag a taste of something new every now and then. I remember you mentioning a new job starting quite a while ago. I hope it's all going well for you.

    2 May 2013 Responder
  • Squooseadactyle

    Hey you. You know it's funny that I have had a song in my music library by Balmorhea called "If You Only Knew the Rain" for going on a year now and I'm not even sure where I got it or why it is there. I've really enjoyed it but somehow never thought to look into it further. That video and the song were both really nice. And the EP you sent me before, what a delicious little taste of summer and perfect now that it is finally steadily in the 80 degree range and sunny in my part of the world. Couple of brand new things I just discovered: Speaking of rain - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A6rSnyVckVg And I'm not sure how you are on hiphop almost dub sounding tracks.. I am normally pretty skeptical of them but this track here http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_RlcrCRSY4Y ... is somehow instantly one of the best feel good tracks I've ever heard. I found myself dancing in my kitchen to this all morning.

    2 May 2013 Responder
  • Squooseadactyle

    forgot to add this on http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K0D3R4rYpn8 in case you like it, a very nice live recording of that song.

    9 Ene 2013 Responder
  • Squooseadactyle

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UjfFm6FOq_U I don't know if you will like this. It's in the vein of 'Little Talks' I suppose. A bit. The video is strange and nothing by comparison to Little Talks. But here is the latest thing burning a hole in my ears.

    9 Ene 2013 Responder
  • Vilka_Freak

    еще бы!))

    5 Abr 2012 Responder
  • withinanimaland

    Pre-order Past Changing fast - Faster Ahead for $3.99!! You save 1 $ if you order now! If you pre-order it automatically sends you the 2 songs you can listen to on bandcamp, to your email for download.Then on March 14th, the full album will be sent to you by email for download! http://abridgedpause.bandcamp.com/album/past-changing-fast-faster-ahead

    5 Mar 2012 Responder
  • Squooseadactyle

    GAH! I really hope you don't get banned because of me :( Would they really do that? If so I'll start trying to get some numbers up. I've been between like folksy/bluesy/indie stuff, instrumental post-rock type stuff and metal lately so I'll certainly grab all of that (and Mechanical Poet since I see them as your most recently listened artist and I am curious) and I'll give them all a listen the next time I want some metal. I''ve learned to regard your suggestions very highly. I recently came back to Scar Symmetry, Mercenary, Cinic, Into Eternity and Pain of Salvation for my most recent revisitation to metal. Exploring each of those a bit deeper and enjoying every bit of it.

    27 Feb 2012 Responder
  • Squooseadactyle

    Hey sorry again for the month late reply and thanks for the heads up on the freeleech. I made some use of it, but I'm currently in trouble with the awesome people at what.cd seeings as my ratio is... well.. 0. With all of the interweb buzz lately and with the watch situation on the internet here even with peerblock I've not been brave enough to leave things seed. It's such a shame since it really is an amazing place for music. Maybe some day I'll get my ratio up and be able to use it again. I'd hate for your invite to go to waste after only a few GBs of snatched music. Hope things are going well for you. Anything new lately musically or otherwise?

    11 Feb 2012 Responder
  • Squooseadactyle

    Stopped by to check your library for Sabaton. Noticed they weren't there and then thought about it quite a bit more if you would actually like them. In fact I had to think if I really liked them after listening to a few of their albums... anyways, it's metal and it's epic sounding and it's about the only new thing I have in the way of metal at the moment. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2XCrK36mhYo&feature=related

    23 Dic 2011 Responder
  • shoxrocks

    Hey there, you can convert the clouds from PDF to PNG for example with the free graphics software Gimp. I think their antialiasing is pretty decent, otherwise I would simply render it at a very high resolution with no antialiasing and then scale it down. Cheers

    27 Sep 2011 Responder
  • Squooseadactyle

    Huh that Thy Catafalque song was really interesting. I tried finding some of the translation because it was such a curious video. Thank you for the link and all the suggestions. I'll try not to take a month to get around to looking into them this time and I'll let you know how I like them.

    16 Jun 2011 Responder
  • Squooseadactyle

    Well I wish you the best of luck in getting the job :) And I have become quite the expert pirate in as many years as I've been downloading things illegally, but I find it as often as I can in my bank account to buy the occasional album I've downloaded from much lesser known acts. I like seeing bands releasing their stuff independently too where I know my money is actually getting to them, although that can be detrimental to the band itself often times. I like feeling like I'm supporting what I love as often as I can. I told you before I watched that documentary about the band Anvil and damn it made me feel bad for the bands that try for so long and don't ever make it. I know piracy doesn't affect them that much, it's more about booking tours, shitty management, shitty distribution and not getting people out to the shows, but it still made me feel terrible about immediately going and downloading their music after the movie...

    14 Jun 2011 Responder
  • Squooseadactyle

    Also, why will you have to wait until 2012? Curious.

    14 Jun 2011 Responder
  • Squooseadactyle

    Yeah, I actually bought Oddomatic (digital though as physical copies are not so important to me). Eenik is still pretty small and really only play in California, which is a shame as they are damn good and fairly unique. They're still small enough to interact with all of their fans on facebook though which is always a good time. 'Knowing' the members in the internet sense is pretty neat. Oh and they have naked women on stage for all their shows so another reason to be sad that they don't tour... although they are generally painted silver. Anyways, I'm glad you like them and I will certainly check out the other suggestions along the lines of Cynic. I've been more into instrumental projects lately so I'm sure I'll enjoy Exivious. And the other as well. As far as owning albums, I would love to own all of my albums if only for the album art and physical manifestation of something I spend so much energy on, but it's just an expense I can't really afford for the time being.

    14 Jun 2011 Responder
  • Squooseadactyle

    Well I see exactly what you are saying about Cynic. If I wasn't warned I would almost say that Focus and Traced In Air were from two entirely different bands. But I love seeing bands that evolve in that way exploring the extremes of their sound range. I have one more suggestion that Cynic reminded me of in a very small way http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oB0XOWDCHkE Only thing I could find for them really on youtube. I found them here http://old.thesixtyone.com/eenik/#/s/rRYnAFJQapV/ but I'm not sure if you have to be signed up to listen (?) FM for Spearmint Children is my favorite and what I wanted to introduce you with actually.

    14 Jun 2011 Responder
  • Squooseadactyle

    I couldn't agree more. I understand nothing going on there. I think I need to re-take my anatomy class though. I thought you might enjoy that. The band is actually pretty interesting. Music is insane and just a bunch of nonsensical energy.

    14 Jun 2011 Responder
  • Squooseadactyle

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ksgOcrFxLms This may have just ruined everything I know about music... and animals.. and the proper way to kiss.

    14 Jun 2011 Responder
  • Squooseadactyle

    Actually, I had DANGERDOOM for a long time and just got around to it after hearing the other two projects last week. I love the Adult Swim cartoons that he samples all throughout the album and I'm not a huge fan of rap but DOOM is pretty 'unorthodox' in that sense so it's a pretty interesting album. Lots and lots of nerdy and pop culture references. I'll definitely get those Cynic albums and start on them when I'm done with this Electronic Saviors epicness that I've been working through. I'll let you know how it goes down.

    14 Jun 2011 Responder
  • Squooseadactyle

    Oh and one last thing.. as I'm looking through your top artists I find myself extremely curious about Cynic. Jazz fusion experimental/death metal?!!? Yeah, I think I'll check that out for sure.

    13 Jun 2011 Responder
  • Squooseadactyle

    Oh and also I've been crazy about Danger Mouse lately too. This has been all over the place so maybe you know it http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8UibsjY5K-c Dark Night Of The Soul and Rome are both really good albums. Rome is inspired by the old spaghetti westerns and Dark Night of the Soul is just a bunch of artists working with Danger Mouse. Not sure if ANY of that is something you might like but you seem pretty open AND you said any genre so there you go.

    13 Jun 2011 Responder
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All the uniforms are shit
All the ideals are shit
Love and this nation have forced us
In a chain of sperm and blood

Seen live:

Alice Cooper
Black Label Society
Black Sabbath
Deep Purple
Die Antwoord
Iron Maiden
Kingdom Come
Machinae Supremacy
Mark Knopfler
Ozzy Osbourne
Paul Di'Anno
Pursuing The End
Scar Symmetry
sleepwalking music
Spiritual Front
The Birthday Massacre
The Ocean
The Prodigy
...and a lot of bands I couldn't remember (or just didn't bother to)

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