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June 2nd, 2009, 3:48 pm

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3o-s-knight

@ansty - I must say i too love the odd stuff!! Regina spektor, patrick wolf yes!! altohugh i always considered them 'folk' and not 'indie' for soem reason! (I suppose i tihnk of indie as more main stream now) It's strange how genres are at the moment. also do you know belle and sebastian? wo are oen of my faveourite 'folk/indie' bands from glasgow.

i'm glad you felt that way aobut the middle guy, totlaly based him on the kooks xD and i'm glad the expressions are doing well and such, thank you very much :)

@eternal bleiver, yes!! i too got a bit fed up with agnst- tohugh i tihnk it's probably good once in a while, but not too much- i went through that stage as a teenager, did you? Maybe it's a natural part of growing up =]

thank you for the comments as always =)

posted on June 2nd, 2009, 4:01 pm

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posted on June 25th, 2017, 8:47 pm

Arwym Starlight

Well... The way I see it, indie (that is, 'independent') is not a genre, but a movement. At least, that's what it's supposed to be in the first place. But judging by how people like to transform some things into other things nowadays... :/

I didn't comment on previous pages for being old, but I'll comment this time.

About music, well, I used to be mistaken in my early teen years (until about age 17), and tried to refuge myself in music genres and stereotypes. I thought that was the way to appreciate music, and other things in life, until I started to actually THINK.

Now I appreciate things by how they are, each, individually. So in the music department, I'm not into any particular genre. Although it is true that I'm more interested in some. And there are a few I don't like at all, perhaps with a couple of exceptions with some songs within them.

That is exactly why I don't stick with genres. It is too superficial. We cannot appreciate music that way, nor anything else in this world.

Mere words and labels are never enough to describe anything. You have to feel it, live it by yourself, little by little.

By the way, I am especially fond of the first panel in this page. :D

posted on June 29th, 2009, 5:12 am