Cool! I'll try listening to some of your top tracks, even though our compatability on Last.fm is "Very Low" lol; I think it's good to try listening to different genres outside of one's typical musical scope.
I've only had my Last.fm account for about 10 months (since Dec 27th 2018), so my scrobbling data is fairly recent, but I think it's interesting to see what I've been playing most this year. Here are my top tracks so far:
And yes, true. It's for that reason I also explore the playlists of some of my music-enthusiastic friends. Extra points if they happen to have last.fm accounts too!
I also love looking at my past listenings. Sometimes I just check when I found this or that tune and if that caught me on the time of discovery. Usually when this happens, there is an explosion of listenings on that track on that and the following couple of days. :D
You listen to lovely music! "Eternal Wheel" by Ozric Tentangles is good and I also really liked "Reality Fades" by Weedpecker.
My musical scope is mainly odd electronic music. : )
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Yeah, Last.fm is a lot of fun! Sometimes I temporarily change my Top Artists, Top Albums, and Top Tracks to just the Last 7, 30, 90, or 180 days to see what music I’ve been listening to more recently, and then I can tell what I used to listen to more several months ago. In doing so I also sometimes find that I’ve been neglecting listening to an artist lately, and then I re-listen to them more to see if I still enjoy their music as much as I did when I was just discovering them (usually the case, but not always).
Thanks, you listen to good music as well, and it’s cool that we have some overlap, however disparate our typical musical scopes. I liked “Aurora Surrealis,” by Tid, as well as “El Wraith” by Amon Tobin; and I recognized Steven Wilson from his work with Porcupine Tree, which I’ve listened to in the past.
I don’t usually listen to electronic music other than psychedelic ambient (“psybient”) artists and Boards of Canada, so I’ll probably check out your Last.fm for more recommendations. My musical scope tends to lean towards psychedelic rock and “stoner rock” lol