I started using ListenBrainz instead of Last.fm this year, and I’m quite happy with it. It’s free and is easy to use I’d say.
Here are some of my stats from 2021, and honestly, the pictures below don’t show it all for sure. There are so much more with about the same playtime as those listed.
I also stream via YouTube Music, and those stats aren’t shown here. If they were, The Open up and Bleeds would most likely top everything. 🤘🏻The album Nocturne by Vangelis is my go to nighty-night music, so that would also be way up there.
With that being said, I really like everything in the pictures, and the full stats can be viewed here:
They will waive their revenue share every first friday of the month of May, June and July. It’s music release day, so that’s extra cool. Also, if there’s something you want to pre-order, do it when they have these waive days, and also wishlist things and buy them during these days.
Starting now, for the next 24 hours, Bandcamp will be waiving our revenue share on all purchases. Let’s come together as a community to support artists impacted by Covid-19. pic.twitter.com/uJPX6UEt7g
Music release day (friyay) is the best day of the week.
Today Ozzy Osbourne released a new track. Not my favorite but it’s quite okay.
Also, and this one took my totally by surprise, there’s a new song by the mighty King Diamond out today as well. I think it’s about 10 years since his last album so this is huge. Great track, will definitely check it out some more.
Muse plays alternative rock music made for huge stadiums and arenas, and the show itself is beyond awesome: Animations, lightning, lasers, and plenty of other things to keep your senses occupied. They played 25 songs and the concert lasted for about 2 hours, but it felt more like 30 minutes.
This time I went to Copenhagen, Denmark to see them and get some other stuff done. The concert was fantastic, and everything else was really great too. Good times! 🙂
For this video I had recorded both Supermassive Black Hole and The 2nd Law: Unsustainable (an instrumental song). Both spectacular tracks in their own way, and very different at the same time. I decided to include both in my YouTube video, because I like them both.
Check out everything Muse at Muse.mu, and support the band by buying their music and merch from their Muse.mu Store.
The setlist for the entire concert can be seen here on Setlist.fm.
I saw Muse in Oslo, Norway in 2016 too, and here’s a collection of clips from that concert: