Posts tagged as "music"

Turning my attention back to the music

I’ve always loved listening to music, but lately I’ve been quite active in borrowing CD albums from the local library again, as well as occasionally giving in and buying second-hand vinyls. While Spotify is the ultimate source of music in terms of catalog size, I still enjoy exploring and discovering new and old albums in … [ read more » ]

Wandering around Finland and music experiences

There are times like this one, when I wonder why exactly I’m keeping a public blog, especially when I don’t really know what to type about. There is no particular passion I’d like to write about at the moment or need to spill out my opinions or views of today’s topics and issues. Nope, I … [ read more » ]

To Lisbon and back again

So I was at the Web Summit in Lisbon a week ago. It was packed with people (around 50,000 attendees), there were lots of stages with speakers and plenty of stands too. It was nice to see what a major international tech conference looks and feels like, but honestly speaking it didn’t make me a … [ read more » ]

Just positive thoughts

Green tea (still) tastes good. Love and Anarchy Film Festival began. Went to a joga session today for the first time for at least a year, felt good. Reigns is an odd but refreshing gaming experience. I’ve been rather consistent in getting up early for work. I also sleep quite well. The most likely album … [ read more » ]

Past and future festivals

Various minor things done recently, let me type them out. First, I saw Iggy Pop live at the Flow Festival. He was awesome. Especially considering his age of 69. He held nothing back and the setlist was pretty much perfect (personal favourites included Sixteen, Mass Production, I wanna be your dog, Skull ring, Sunday etc. … [ read more » ]

The Highlands and the free falls

Time marches forward and doesn’t care if you are tagging along or not. I haven’t been using my time in a most optimal fashion, but I did make some achievements. I visited Scotland after some 30 years, which was nice. Great landscapes there (no trees blocking the view helped). I also made some day trips … [ read more » ]