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The Soup Nazi 02.27.2019 06:39 PM

The pace at which some of you ;) go through albums is... almost mind-boggling. Sure, there are days when I don't go out and can listen to four or five records, and other times I just get lazy and put the Pono on shuffle for a relatively long while. But usually it's one album, maybe two, which I don't even necessarily listen to more than once in a row but do think about before and after listening. That also happens when I don't go out, come to think of it... Think, think...

Antagon 02.27.2019 06:56 PM

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Originally Posted by The Soup Nazi
The pace at which some of you ;) go through albums is... almost mind-boggling. Sure, there are days when I don't go out and can listen to four or five records, and other times I just get lazy and put the Pono on shuffle for a relatively long while. But usually it's one album, maybe two, which I don't even necessarily listen to more than once in a row but do think about before and after listening. That also happens when I don't go out, come to think of it... Think, think...


This only happens when I have to spend a good amount of time in front of my computer. I have to listen to stuff when I'm writing or otherwise researching things, it keeps me motivated. I see it as killing two birds with one stone - keeping myself in good spirits while doing something dull or tedious and getting to (re-)discover some good music along the way. Any other day and my listening habits are a lot more reserved. Similar to what you described here. But wouldn't want to miss those binge-listening sessions to be honest. I've discovered some great things during times of such supposed excess.

choc e-Claire 02.28.2019 01:05 AM

 

dirty bunny 02.28.2019 04:15 AM

The Smiths!

choc e-Claire 02.28.2019 08:01 PM

French rap, courtesy of the exchange student sitting next to me.

Antagon 02.28.2019 08:52 PM

 

choc e-Claire 02.28.2019 09:19 PM

 

I love how pure their SY fanboying is on Permanent Daylight.

choc e-Claire 03.01.2019 12:32 AM

 

Genteel Death 03.01.2019 09:22 AM

 

Rich La Bonte - Mayan Canals
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nNzEY20tyBM

Bytor Peltor 03.01.2019 06:34 PM

 

The Gag File

choc e-Claire 03.01.2019 09:47 PM

 

Antagon 03.02.2019 02:15 PM

 

choc e-Claire 03.02.2019 09:09 PM

 

Bytor Peltor 03.03.2019 04:16 AM

Wolf Eyes & Richard Pinhas (Paris 2013)

Antagon 03.03.2019 01:50 PM

 

Severian 03.03.2019 03:47 PM

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^ excellent

Severian 03.03.2019 03:48 PM

I’m rocking some dumber fare just now, and I’m enjoying it.

 

greenlight 03.03.2019 04:40 PM

 


https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_c...&v=WVALLUA00Us

going into intro of song 7


 


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NDy2RbPBGvA

greenlight 03.03.2019 05:04 PM

what an amazing album. electronic, classical, contemporary, minimal. composed and developed during the period 1969-71

David Rosenboom - How Much Better if Plymouth Rock Had Landed on the Pilgrims

 


section VII (Impressions)

 


https://vimeo.com/51326345

Genteel Death 03.04.2019 03:31 PM

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Originally Posted by greenlight
what an amazing album. electronic, classical, contemporary, minimal. composed and developed during the period 1969-71

David Rosenboom - How Much Better if Plymouth Rock Had Landed on the Pilgrims

 


section VII (Impressions)

 


https://vimeo.com/51326345

Thanks.


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