Posts tagged as "music"

Flow in two forms

Summer is gone a long time ago, but I’ll still post some photos from the Flow Festival I went to this year too. It wasn’t a memorable one this time, since there were no must-see artists around, but there were performances enough to make the whole thing worthwhile. That said, I doubt I’ll go to … [ read more » ]

Hot summer memories

I have no idea what I’m going to write, so I’ll just let the fingers on the keyboard to its thing. This hot, hot summer has been … well, hot. No need for a raincoat, even though I did buy one in the beginning of the season (it was on sale). During my vacation I … [ read more » ]

New gear and some kind of reward

The weeks go by these days at such a pace even months seem to fly by on their own. First things first, I now own a turntable. Not the most inexpensive one available, but not the most expensive option I also considered. I ended up with a Rega Planar 1, which has been widely considered … [ read more » ]

Escaping Helsinki and consuming music

Visiting the neighboring capital I can’t believe it has been five long years since I’ve visited Tallinn the last time. This weekend was also the first time I visited the city during winter. The old town is still a charm (maybe even more than before), but the city center is still a weird architectural mess. … [ read more » ]

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 » ]