music in your ears?
Posted 04 February 2005 - 07:43 PM
My recommendations (mostly indie hip hop & trip hop)
(Dan) The Automator
A lot of movie soundtracks, almost everything from MUSH records, a lot of (but not everything) from Ninja Tune, and more that Iâ€™m forgetting to list.
Posted 04 February 2005 - 11:19 PM
Linkin Park, Counting Crows, Atreyu, Coheed and Cambria, Death Cab for Cutie, Hoobastank, Incubus, Modest Mouse, My Chemical Romance, Outkast, Third Eye Blind, Sublime, Tupac, The Bruce, Bon Jovi, much much more.
Posted 08 March 2005 - 11:18 AM
A Perfect Circle
Alien Ant Farm
Dave Matthews Band
Faith No More
Kenny Wayne Shepherd
Mad At Gravity
Nine Inch Nails
Puddle Of Mudd
Red Hot Chili Peppers
Stone Temple Pilots
System Of A Down
Posted 08 March 2005 - 02:13 PM
Drive-By Truckers (Decoration Day)
Jesse Sykes & The Sweet Hereafter (Oh, My Girl)
Siouxsie & The Banshees (Nocturne)
Christian Death (Only Theatre of Pain)
The White Stripes (The White Stripes, White Blood Cells)
The Allman Brothers (Brothers and Sisters)
Lynyrd Skynyrd (Best Of)
Motley Crue (Shout at the Devil)
Molly Hatchet (Best Of)
The Rolling Stones (Let it Bleed, Sticky Fingers)
Richard Hell & The Voidoids (Blank Generation)
X (Under the Big Black Sun)
The Donnas (Turn 21)
The Sex Pistols (Never Mind the Bollocks)
Mazzy Star (So Tonight That I Might See)
Garbage (Garbage, Version 2.0)
Stone Temple Pilots (Purple, No. 4)
Led Zeppelin (I, II, III, IV, Houses of the Holy)
My Morning Jacket (It Still Moves)
Posted 09 March 2005 - 01:42 AM
Posted 09 March 2005 - 02:45 AM
Most of the time I don't listen to music. I wear silicon earplugs, during the day, and during the night. For those rare occasions when I'm not bombarded with noise and care about listening anything, I like either quiet, meditative music, or bird songs, rivers, creeks, rain sounds.
?? ... Hey c'mon... lol ... birds? rain sounds? ... What are you? A budhist?
You don't like Rock... or at least Jazz, or classical music? How old are you? ...
So much for designers having great taste for art in general It's weird, but you don't like music. Maybe you should try to pop the silicon earplugs and listen to some of the stuff in my playlist
Posted 26 March 2005 - 05:50 PM
I think Travis are awesome (maybe cause they are Scottish ). I am digging some Greenday, Switchfoot, Linkin Park and The good old Beastie Boys right now. When I am running or riding my bikes I have Slipknot or Primer 55 in my ears. They get me all fired up .
Posted 26 March 2005 - 11:17 PM
Jill Scott, Jay-Z, Missy Elliot, I've been REALLY getting into Patti Smith, The Darkness, Al Green,Ben Harper, Joseph Arthur, Chaka Khan, Alanis Morissette, Erykah Badu, Martin Sexton, Melissa Ferrick.
I pretty much listen to anything. Though, I can't listen to ANYTHING while I'm designing. hehe.
Posted 04 April 2005 - 08:03 PM
I really like a lot of bands the ones topping my list are:
Blood hound gang
Faith No more
Looking at some of the other posts it looks like theres some shared interests out there. Just to let you guys know incase your interested.. I listen to & Dj for an online radio station that plays everything but country & jazz pretty much lol, thought I would share the link incase ya want to check it out sometime (FYI we dont edit anything so uhm consider this a parental warning for it) Anyways you can make requests and all that stuff too, http://www.gamedogradio.com Oh ya, and its ran by gamers of Everquest & World of warcraft, so you may hear Dj's talking about the games if you happen to catch one
Posted 11 June 2005 - 04:26 AM
i love music,i have met people who say they dont care about music ...im scared of them.that blows my mind,what?huh?
As a musician, I know what you mean cause I feel the same way. I met those people. Actually I quit college, in part because it was an engineering college where most of the people were that way. They thought music was a waste of time. Child's play. And I've actually met people (a girl) who said she didn't really LIKE music.
I must feel sorry for someone who says that. They obviously have some kind of disturbance that stops them from enjoying basic capabilities, like the ability to see beauty, balance and meaning in certain things. I think it's a known problem with a psychanalist definition. Those people sometimes find also difficult to dream, understand the concept of perfection and feel simpathy for the pain of others.
EDIT: the section of the human brain that feels music is yet a complete mistery to science, and recent investigations admit that it's actually evolving with the passing of generations. People are listening to music more and more and they believe it will unlock new possibilities in day by day comunication, because it's a part of the way our brains will work someday. So actually music is much more than an art, or a form of "sonic design" with tones and rythms. It's part of how societies will work in a distant future (possibly).
Posted 11 June 2005 - 08:01 PM
Through art college it was Bauhaus, New Order. I also went through a sixties phase. Started listening to the messages of the times in the music. I wanted to understand that generation better. Gave up the guitar full time and picked up the brushes and computer.
Throughout the 90's, starting with 1989, I became a lead singer. I was doing everything in rock's history. Loved it. I also became a designer for a company.
Nowadays, I love to listen to spiritual music. Meditation, singing Tibetan bowls, all the Pure Moods CDs. Music is so condusive to creativity. It also can physically heal, or can damage; by the waves it sends out.
Check this out:
Try this at home!
Get a huge drawing pad and some markers, crayons, paint, ect.
Put on your favorite music.
Close your eyes and just move with the music as if you're conducting the music.
The results are awesome.
Posted 12 June 2005 - 02:57 AM
i was weary of them before you wrote that.now...
They obviously have some kind of disturbance that stops them from enjoying basic capabilities, like the ability to see beauty, balance and meaning in certain things. I think it's a known problem with a psychanalist definition. Those people sometimes find also difficult to dream, understand the concept of perfection and feel simpathy for the pain of others.
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