Indie Music Hour with DJ HotJack

A regular journey around the music scene

Music Vidz – In Bloom by Nirvana

I was messing around with the cool lastfm tools over at Heat Haze and I decided to see what unscrobbled tracks it’d recommend. Turns out I had never scrobbled this great track!

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August 22, 2009 - Posted by | Music Vidz | , , , , , , , ,

4 Comments »

  1. That is a very interesting Last.fm Tool. It is calculating my recommended songs just now. It recommends a lot of Kasabian and Cold War Kids. Not too bad…
    (no Nirvana though which is good because I don’t like them)

    Comment by juliaL49 | August 22, 2009 | Reply

    • It’s a neat tool, huh? I’m a sucker for stats!

      You don’t like Nirvana?? I should ban you, lol.

      Comment by hotjack | August 22, 2009 | Reply

  2. Ah, Nirvana! When they got big everybody was all over them and I couldn’t understand it. And when Cobain shot himself really everybody loved them and that just enforced my resistance. Ok, that was 15 years ago and I do like the Unplugged album but that’s about it.

    And because it is just too irresistible I put a Spotify playlist together of my recommended artists (sorted by artists). I noticed that for most artists all songs or all but one song are from the same album. Coincidence? Anyway here is a playlist of 69 songs that last.fm thinks I should like – and maybe you too (with The Enemy, The Rifles and some more): http://open.spotify.com/user/julial49/playlist/3qFxcu244ZZVsQFw5hXht6

    Comment by juliaL49 | August 22, 2009 | Reply

    • Thanks for the playlist – i’ll add it to a post 🙂

      Comment by hotjack | August 22, 2009 | Reply


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