Category: music
A photo of a shelving set with lots of old fashioned radios

I’ve been a premium subscriber to Spotify for 7 years, and it changed how I listen to music, and recently changed a lot again. And since I’m looking for things to post about, it seems like a decent topic. Because

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Today is Mother’s Day in the UK, and Pi day everywhere. So, in lieu of actual content the Paul and Storm “Mother’s Day” song, as performed at the concert I went to: And also, Hard & Phirm’s song “Pi” and

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I spend an awful lot of my time listening to music. Over the last year, Clare introduced me to a band called “Flipron”, who I like a great deal, and much later in the year was shown the wonders of

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Paul and Storm – who used to be half of Da Vinci’s Notebook, and were awesome when I saw them in concert with Jonathan Coulton a few months ago – have a Thing. A Running Joke. They create themetunes for

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For some unknown reason, possibly just the random whims and zephers of ideas that float across my mind, I have become more interested in US politics recently. This means my normal daily diet of The Daily Show (and occasionally Colbert

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So, Starting with the first track to come up in a random shuffle of my iTunes library, I generated one of the “Genius” playlists from the new iTunes. The dividing line between genius and insanity has never been so close.

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A while ago, I saw a video about a break-beat known as the Amen break on YouTube. It’s a fascinating 20 minute slice of your life for an insight into a world you may not have a view into, that

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A few hours before Jonathan Coulton performed his very first gig in the UK ever (And the first outside the states, I believe), he bought a Tenori-on which is apparently only available over here. This means we ended up being

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