Tuesday, 31 March 2009

Yay.. more setlists...

I have sooooo many playlists to post. I am beginning to regret saying I'd do this, as each one takes me a good 20 minutes or so to write out. Perhaps these will be the last unless people actually request that I put them up.

Friday 20/03/09 - Pride Event Special

1. Union of Knives - I Decline
2. Air/Beth Hirsch - Sexy Boy
3. Goldfrapp -Ooh La La
4. Shiny Toy Guns - Poison
5. Innerpartysystem - Last Night In Brooklyn
6. Klaxons - Two Receivers
7. Ladytron - Destroy Everything You Touch
8. The Bravery - Believe
9. Kings of Leon - Sex On Fire
10. Hellogoodbye - Here (In Your Arms)
11. The Airborne Toxic Event - Something New
12. Black Kids - Look At Me (When I Rock Wichoo)
13. Cute Is What We Aim For - Sweat The Battle Before The Battle Sweats You
14. Doves - Black And White Town
15. Foo Fighters - Everlong
16. Interpol - Slow Hands
17. Ida Maria - I Like You So Much Better When You're Naked
18. MGMT - Time To Pretend
19. Fight Like Apes - Lend Me Your Face
20. Linkin Park - Lying From You
21. Prodigy - Omen
22. Muse - Map Of The Problematique
23. The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus - Damn Regret
24. The All-American Rejects - I Wanna
25. The Hives - It Won't Be Long
26. Placebo - Nancy Boy
27. The Offspring - A Lot Like Me
28. Presidents Of The USA - Lump
29. The Pigeon Detectives - I'm Not Sorry
30. Snow Patrol - Half The Fun
31. Pink - So What
32. Smash Mouth - All Star
*This was gonna be the end of my set but Hoaghes was a no show and Finn and I needed to cover for him. So I did an extra half an hour of random stuff and Finn rescued the rest of the slot*
33. Deftones - Hole In The Earth
34. Linkin Park - Breaking The Habit
35. VNV Nation - Testament
36. The Automatic - On The Campaign Trail
37. The Offspring - Trust In You
38. The Afters - The Way You Are
39. The Academy Is... - Rumoured Nights
40. The Boy Least Likely To - Be Gentle With Me
41. Paramore - Misery Business (Live)

I used the start of that setlist as a basis for a spontaneous gig I played at Boots Beach. I cant remember the date.. I did two of them sometime last week. I wont put the setlists up here, its gonna take forever and they weren't especially exciting. I know Chopper wanted to see one of them. If he can tell me which it was then I'll send it to him. :P

Friday 27/03/09

1. Air - Talisman
2. Kings Of Leon - Cold Desert
3. Snow Patrol - Run
4. Cold War Kids - We Used To Vacation
5. White Lies - A Place To Hide
6. Mansun - Wide Open Space
7. Red Hot Chili Peppers - Desecration Smile
8. Yeah Yeah Yeahs - Honeybear
9. Union Of Knives - Go Back To School
10. Innerpartysystem - Structure
11. VNV Nation - The Farthest Star
12. MGMT - Pieces Of What
13. Passion Pit - Live To Tell The Tale
14. Blink 182 - I Miss You
15. Tokyo Police Club - Your English Is Good
16. Editors - Bones
17. The Presidents Of The USA - Peaches
18. Milburn - What You Could've Won
19. Cute Is What We Aim For - I Put The 'Metro' In Metronome
20. Smash Mouth - Sister Psychic
21. Foo Fighters - Long Road To Ruin
22. The Airborne Toxic Event - Something New
23. Linkin Park - Somewhere I Belong
24. Sum 41 - March Of The Dogs
25. Photo Atlas - Red Orange Yellow
26. The All-American Rejects - Believe
27. The Hives - Hey Little World
28. The Offspring - Takes Me Nowhere
29. Kanye West/Daft Punk - Stronger
30. Shiny Toy Guns - Ghost Town
31. The Subways - Shake! Shake!
32. Saosin - Come Close
33. Supergrass - Alright

That night was quite a fun one, even though the fairly small crowd was composed almost entirely out of people I bullied into coming via IM.

This friday coming (April 3rd), my set will be at 2pm SL time - thats 10pm in the UK and 5pm for the eastern USA.

Hopefully it means a few more people will be able to come along.

For the Finntastic Fridays (the third friday of every month, I think), I will be going back to 12pm. It works.

I will try and post about some more interesting things rather than just my playlists this week. Perhaps we can have another go at melting your brains?

Esmie xXx

Tuesday, 24 March 2009

Heeeeeeeeaaadaaaaaah and Paaaaiiiiiiiiiin

Yeh I know, the old Header for my blog sucked major bawz in the worst possible way. I mean.. the pic was good but;

1) I dont look like that anymore
2) The text was shiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiit

What was I thinkin?

Anyways, here is a brand spankin new header =D

Much nicer, I am sure you will agree.

Sorry for not posting at all in the past few days, I am incredibly ill and have a creative capacity roughly equal to that of an earthworm. I just suddenly had an idea for the header so got that over and done with. I was so sick of the old one! lol

My illness has affected alot more than just my blogging abilities; my final project for uni involves giving a 10 or 12 minute presentation in the form of powerpoint slides to a group of lecturers and fellow students. As I've had this illness since last friday (its been getting progressively worse - symptoms include sore throat, coughing, mild ear ache, running nose, violent bouts of shivering, some kind of feverish temperature balls up and aching muscles), I seem to have not done very muchin the way of preparation for this presentation. Honestly, being able to talk without it hurting would be nice right now :/

So I had to get it moved to friday, and that might change to next monday if I dont get any better - the earliest appointment I could get with the doctor was next tuesday afternoon. Whats the betting it clears up tuesday morning? *sigh*

I'll put my friday playlist up here and my impromptu setlist from the beach on sunday afternoon at some point when I feel like it.

Esmie xXx

Thursday, 19 March 2009

Everything In The Universe

As I near the end of my time at university - almost 4 years done already! - we seem to only just be starting to study the most interesting topics. Several of these concepts have captured my imagination quite unlike anything else in the past few years, and I'd like to share a few with you now.

I have tried to simplify the terms and content as much as possible. I didn't want to attempt to copy out my notes from my lectures here, 1) cos that would be boring and long and 2) I like to explain things my own way. If anything needs clarification, please just ask and I will be happy to explain.

Our "Remote Sensing" module began with discussing how to analyse imaging from satellites; how you build a camera for a satellite, and how you transmit the data back to Earth. Most imaging satellites use a camera for studying our planet; they can tell the difference between unhealthy and healthy crops, and not just due to the colour.

"Light", or electromagnetic radiation, exists in many different frequencies or wavelengths; Visible light is only a small part of the entire spectrum. You can see how the colour along the frequency bar changes - the rainbow bit in the middle is visible light, the stuff we use to see. Ultra Violet (UV) light is a lower wavelength and a higher frequency than the visible light, and this is the stuff that gives you a tan. You see how it is blocked by the Earth's atmosphere? If the Ozone layer vanishes, the part blocking the UV part of the spectrum will also go and we'll all have lovely tans. Or skin cancer.

On the other side of the visible light is Infra Red (IR), and this is the key to how a satellite can tell if crops or plants are healthy or not. Water absorbs IR, and plant leaves are full of water; they have fleshy areas or 'tanks' inside them that store it. When the satellite looks at the plants using a camera that sees in the IR range of the spectrum, it can tell, by how much of the IR is being absorbed, how much water is in the leaves. More water = healthier!

As an aside: as the wavelength of the radiation decreases, the energy it carries increases. Gamma rays, way out there at the end, with a wavelength of 10^-12 or 0.000000000001 (or similar) metres have an insane amount of energy. They are used for killing things during irradiation, and your skin will not stop them; the ray passes right through you, dumping its energy into your cells and fucking them (and you) up big time. The idea of a star-sized Gamma Ray Burst hitting Earth is something I generally try not to think about.

Fascinating, I am sure you will agree. In order to image something like that those crops and plants, a satellite needs a big mirror (or lens) to focus what it can see. Mirrors are used because they're a bit cheaper and easier to deal with than lenses - plus, they are alot lighter in weight. Think about the heaviest part of a normal mirror - its the glass! Metal can be made into very fine, highly reflective sheets and these are used in satellites. For a satellite a few hundred kilometres above the Earth's surface, it needs a mirror a metre or so across to see a tree.

During the cold war, it was claimed American satellites could read the headlines of newspapers in Moscow. For this to be true, the mirror would have to be over 5 metres across, or the satellite would be in such a low orbit that it would be unsustainable and fall to Earth. The largest mirror on any satellite is about 2 metres across.. that we know about. Its not like the data stream is in real time anyway. You can only download data from a satellite when it is over a certain location on the Earth - namely your receiver thing on the ground - and it will pass that spot every few days or so if the satellite is in standard polar orbit.

So, live satellite video feeds like you see in the movies are very hard to get to work, unless the satellite is in geo-stationary orbit (stays above the same spot and moves with the Earth) and only takes video of the same few hundred square miles all the freakin time. In the middle of which would be your data receiver.

Another module we had was "Statistical, Nuclear and Particle Physics". Most of this was very boring and made me want to cry. However, the particle aspect of things was very interesting.

Imagine the biggest thing in the Universe - a cluster of galaxies. This is made up of galaxies (durh) which are made up of gas and stars and planets. All of these objects, and everything in or on them - including you, your neighbour, your toilet, your car, your family, your friends, your enemies, your pet cat, your lunch and your dinner and your breakfast and those little mid-morning snacks, your pants and your shirt and your hair and your eyes and your teeth and even your ass are all composed of molecules. You may have known this already. Each molecule is made up of atoms, and atoms are made up of a nucleus and electrons. The electrons surround the nucleus, which is a bundle of things called protons and neutrons.

Most people are familiar with these concepts. It gets crazier. Protons and neutrons are known as baryons which is a type of hadron. A hadron is made up of 3 quarks which come in six 'flavours' - up, down, top, bottom, strange and charm; and three different 'colours' - red, green and blue. Dont ask me who named them things like 'strange' cos I have no idea. Electrons are known as leptons. Muon and tau particles are also part of the lepton family, and you also have the neutrino versions of each - electron neutrino, muon neutrino, tau neutrino.

Now, each of these quarks and leptons also has an ANTIPARTICLE, which is basically its exact opposite - do not think that top is the opposite of bottom or that up and down are opposites; they are not. When an antiparticle meets its relevant particle version, they are both completely annihilated and lots of energy comes out. Luckily, there are not that many antiparticles around, as they generally bump into something and get destroyed pretty quick. Who knows how often this happens inside your own body?

Quarks and Leptons interact through forces which can be seen as an exchange of particles; if you throw a ball to your friend, you put force on the ball that then gives the force to your friend. You and your friend are quarks, the ball is the exchange particle, otherwise known as a 'gauge boson'.

The Higgs-boson particle, which some of you may have heard of, and the discovery of which is one of the ultimate goals of the Large Hadron Collider, which I am sure everyone has heard of, is a theoretical particle that explains part of these gauge bosons' behaviour. Particles have to have mass, even gauge boson particles, and there are two of these particles, known as W and Z particles that wouldn't have mass unless the Higgs boson exists. Or something.

Okay, I'm kinda tired now lol hopefully you found some of that vaguely interesting.. there is lots more stuff out there to research.. most of it can be found on wikipedia, and thats a great place to start reading about the basics behind these incredibly complex ideas.

I guess lastly, I just want to try and explain what it is like, seeing the world through the eyes of a physicist. To me, we are all completely identical yet utterly unique at the same time; regardless of race, nationality, sex, age, weight, religion - we are all the result of the same endless interactions between these tiny, tiny particles - and yet, we are all different because all those interactions turned out with different results. Which means we are all the same and yet special in our own way.

As for afterlife concepts such as Heaven and Hell or reincarnation, my belief is that there is something even more beautiful taking place right now. Those atoms your body is made from - they have been around since the start of the universe - maybe not in that form but in some way - and everything around us is made of the same; we are all made of each other, and it goes back billions and billions of years.

It will carry on for billions and billions of years too, because until the Universe ends, the atoms of your body will be re-used over and over in countless other people or animals or stars or planets or absolutely anything imaginable or even maybe, if some theories of the universe are true, the thousandth atom down from the tip of your left pinky might someday be part of your pinky again, at exactly the same time and place and everything.

Physics is cool sometimes huh?

Esmie xXx

Sunday, 15 March 2009


Friday 06/03/09 Playlist

1. The Stone Roses - She Bangs The Drums
2. McFly - Lies
3. Nada Surf - Always Love
4. The Afters - The Way You Are
5. The Airborne Toxic Event - Innocence
6. Deftones - Beware
7. Apocalyptica - I Don't Care
8. Armor For Sleep - End Of The World
9. Linkin Park - Don't Stay
10. The Cure - Friday I'm In Love
11. Black Kids - Partie Traumatic
12. Delays - Too Much In Your Life
13. Fight Like Apes - I'm Beginning To Think You Prefer Beverly Hills 90210 To Me
14. Hellogoodbye - All Of Your Love
15. The Hives - Square One Here I Come
16. MGMT - The Handshake
17. The Charlatans - The Only One I Know
18. Michael Jackson - Wanna Be Startin' Somethin' (SAM skipped this one for some reason)
19. Placebo - Every You Every Me
20. Muse - Assassin
21. Ida Maria - I Like You So Much Better When You're Naked (Request by Puerilis Jameson)
22. The Offspring - Trust In You
23. Nickelback - Fight For All The Wrong Reasons
24. Orgy - Blue Monday (Cover of New Order)
25. The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus - Step Right Up
26. Red Hot Chili Peppers - Parallel Universe
27. The Ting Tings - Fruit Machine
28. White Lies - The Price Of Love
29. Shiny Toy Guns - Blown Away
30. VNV Nation - Testament
31. Prodigy - Invaders Must Die
32. CSS - Music Is My Hot Hot Sex
33. Supergrass - Alright

The playlist above was my big 'first night' with my new mic headset, and it went really, really well. Its kinda creepy the way people kept going on about my voice :s but SAM worked flawlessly, and everything was awesome, people really seemed to enjoy it :D

Friday 13/03/09

1. Kings Of Leon - Closer
2. Foo Fighters - Halo
3. Black Kids - I've Underestimated My Charm (Again)
4. Delays - Valentine
5. The Hives - You Got It All.. Wrong
6. Kiss - Rock And Roll All Night
7. McFly - I Kissed A Girl
8. Innerpartysystem - Heart Of Fire
9. Passion Pit - Live To Tell The Tale
10. The Afters - Beautiful Love
11. OneRepublic - Say (All I Need)
12. Morning Runner - Burning Benches
13. Oasis - Don't Look Back In Anger
14. White Lies - Death
15. Kaiser Chiefs - I Predict A Riot (Requested by Nebula Hissop)
16. The Killers - Bones (Requested by Chopper Wylie)
17. The Subways - I Won't Let You Down
18. MGMT - Kids
19. Suede - Beautiful Ones
20. The Rakes - We Danced Together
21. The Airborne Toxic Event - Happiness Is Overrated
22. The Offspring - Trust In You
23. Pendulum - Violet Hill
24. White Rose Movement - Alsatian
25. Red Hot Chili Peppers - Otherside
26. Linkin Park - Faint
27. The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus - Step Right Up
28. Taking Back Sunday - What's It Feel Like To Be A Ghost
29. Ash - Girl From Mars
30. Air/Beth Hirsch - Sexy Boy
31. The Beatles - Help!
*This was supposed to be the end of the set, but as Hoaghes was away and I started an hour late, I played an extra half an hour to cover him. Dehrynn started a half hour early to cover the rest - and I finally got to hear a bit of his set! It was only half a song but at least I heard him say goodbye on mic XD*
32. Cute Is What We Aim For - Newport Living
33. Biffy Clyro - Machines
34. Blink 182 - I Miss You
35. The Strokes - Heart In A Cage
36. Disturbed - This Moment
37. The Used - Pretty Handsome Awkward
38. Shiny Toy Guns - Ricochet!
39. Foo Fighters - All My Life (Live Version)

So, thats me up to date with my playlists. If you guys missed my set, feel free to build it yourself and see what you missed out on. Of course, you also missed my little introductions and random "voice-bits" I did on mic, but those are a once in a lifetime event. You miss em and thats it :P

Esmie xXx

Friday, 13 March 2009


Okay.. I logged out to do some dishes in RL, after finishing building my set for DJing later. Just before I log, I notice SL time has changed to PDT!!! Soooo... SL noon is now 7pm my time, rather than 8pm. No problem.. I am ready. I am prepared. I can be there.

No I can't. Because they have disabled logins! SO NOW I CANT GET BACK IN BUT THERE ARE STILL 78,307 ONLINE, WTF IS GOING ON OMFG!!!!!111!!!!1111111!

Hurry up, Linden, and fix things. If worst comes to the worst, hopefully people wont notice the whole PDT switch (not many of my fellow Wharfies are from that end of the world) and I can start my set at 8 my time/1pm SL time and nobody will be any the wiser. I'll just have to get on when I can I spose u___u

Esmie xXx

Thursday, 12 March 2009

Watchmen Review

Its a pretty big movie right now, and I am sure many of you have seen it, but if you haven't, I would suggest that you check it out - it is definitely worth a look.

The film is based on the graphic novel of the same name, and is very, very different from your average superhero movie - not only is it bloody, graphic and dark, but it also has alot of deep background story, involving everything from rape to butchered children. Its definitely not for people who are the least bit squeamish, as there are parts where people explode and stuff... I found some of it quite funny, but not everyone has a sense of humour as dark as mine.

The deep background means there are alot of flashbacks to explain the way characters feel about one another, their relationships and histories, etc. I dont feel that all of it is entirely necessary, but then again, the film didn't lose anything for being so deep, and it would have lost alot of it's charm if these sections hadn't been included.

Watchmen takes place in an alternative reality, where it is the year 1985, and Richard Nixon has been elected for a third term as president of the US. The cold war with Soviet Russia is about to reach boiling point and everyone believes the world is on the brink of nuclear annhilation.

In this alternative reality, you have masked superheroes and supervillains, with names like Miss Jupiter, The Comedian, stuff like that. They don't have Superman style, reality-bending powers, but they just seem to be a little faster, stronger and smarter than average people. Oh hang on.. maybe one of them is a little bit special:

Say hello to Dr. Manhattan, a blue physicist who spends most of his time butt naked.

He is totally naked... alot... and... yes you do get to see his doodle. He could take Superman apart for lunch, then have every other comic book superhero or villain for dessert... if only he could be bothered. His list of abilities include:

Seeing all of time at once
Being able to grow to Godzilla size
Rearrange matter at will, with his mind
Be able to have multiple copies of himself. At one point he puts this ability to excellent use
Able to make himself incorporeal at will
Making people explode

There are more, too... he is somewhat gifted, even by comic book standards... and he isn't even the main character.

Everyone's favourite protagonist has to be Rorshach, who is basically an insane, twisted nutcase with a really funky psychological inkblot mask and little in the way of actual powers, apart from being able to make everything he does seem like the coolest thing ever.

There are so few decent screengrabs available.. but at least the original graphic novel can fill in well enough :D

There are other characters... but those two are the coolest, and I dont wanna spoil everything for you people. You'll find out when you watch the movie. Which you will do. Because:

Reasons to see Watchmen:

1) Its well written - great dialogue, some very quotable lines
2) Its well directed - the action scenes are beautiful, great camera work all over
3) Its well produced - very slick style, oozing with class
4) The soundtrack kicks ass - some awesome 80's tunes
5) The characters are cool - Rorshach's no compromise anti-hero is fantastic
6) It follows the ideas of the graphic novel closely - it keeps alot of the history
7) It has a big blue penis in it - yay!

Reasons not to see Watchmen:

1) It may be too gory - exploding people may upset you if you are a little girl
2) Its a bit long - two and a half hours


Definitely worth a look, is especially impressive on the big screen.. wont be nearly so good on DVD, so catch it while its out in the cinema!

Esmie xXx

Tuesday, 10 March 2009


I'm like.. 22 years old!

I dont feel older. I dont feel like this was a proper birthday.. you knew, when you were a kid, that your birthday was coming and you got all exicted and tense and stuff.. doesn't happen to me anymore. Probably cos I have no surprise presents waiting for me. I dont ask for things anymore... I dont want or need anything that can be bought as a present or just wished into existance. You know.. things like pass grades on exams. World Peace. That sort of shit.

Thank you, everyone, for all the little messages and wishes and gifts... it really brought a big, big smile to my face :D

I cant wait to see what this year of my life brings... this will be 'the year of doing important things'. Should be equally terrifying and exciting.

Yeah, my voice went down quite well on friday, I spose. It went perfectly, in terms of the technical side of things... apart from one song not playing. I love SAM Broadcaster.. such an advanced piece of software compared to Winamp - not that Winamp is bad (I still use it to build my playlists), just that SAM is much, much better for this purpose. I am going to try and learn to use it more effectively for future shows - putting in more room for talking, as you all seem to like that for some reason :P

I will post my playlist from last friday up here another time, as I cant really be bothered right now lol

Esmie xXx

Friday, 6 March 2009

Free Shit

I found the BEST freebie store today. I'm not normally one for freebies, unlike some people.. but this store does things you'd actually wear :O


Everything in these images was free... beanie/hair, shirt, jeans, shoes... and skin.

Beanie/hair comes in three colours... white, grey, and dark (black, basically)

The skin is actually just as good as any you might pay for... there are a few there but I picked out the Androgynous style one, because it looked the cutest. Came with a shape too, but the less said about that the better xD

The pics here show a tiny fraction of what you can pick up there. I suggest you go check it out.


While I am here, I may as well tell you how fucking unbelievably nervous I am about my DJ gig tonight with my new mic. Spent a good hour today pissing about with Chester learning how to use SAM Broadcaster and trying to get the mic working.. but it does.. and tonight should be great :D

If I don't fuck up.

Esmie xXx

Wednesday, 4 March 2009

Waiting can be fun!

Chester was banging on about lucky chairs on his blog, and how he dragged me along to wait for the school uniform at the Sera Korea one. I was there for a lil while.. then left.. then went back when 'E' finally came up. Then it came up again. And then again. I didn't bother grabbing it the third time as Easton was sposed to be coming to get it. He was busy playing Zyngo apparently... damn that game...

Anyways, for the brief time I left, I decided to transform into my werewolf, purely because I dont use the av very much and it cost me quite alot. So I was in were-form when I got tp'd back and Ches got me to give him a piggy-back while we stood around waiting for poor Aristoteles to get his copy of the uniform. He'd been there about 4 hours :/

Was actually a very fun time, standing around bitching at people who were afk when their letter came up, tp'ing in random peeps and making them race for the chair... was certainly a good way to spend a couple of hours :D

So yeah, I just felt like sharing this pic. Its kinda cute in a 'Beauty and the Beast'-type-thing-kinda-way. I think so anyways. I'm the cuddly, hugging type of werewolf, not the bitey, scratchy kind :D

As for Chester... I dunno if I have ever said how I really feel about him on here. This is gonna be embaressing cos he reads this...

But he is actually quite an awesome person and a fantastic friend.

There I said it. Now fuck off.

Esmie xXx

Tuesday, 3 March 2009

Esmie Can Has Mic!!!


It arrived.

Look at my stupid face xD

I had to get my housie to take the pic cos my hands were shaking from the excitement. Probably :P

Yeah, these are Sennheiser PC 350's and they fucking rock.

They are a birthday present (I'm 22 next tuesday!?!?!?!) from a very special and generous guy. I can't say thank you enough.

Esmie xXx

*EDIT* Yes, that is the real me, in case you didn't ever see me before. HI *waves*

Oh, and sorry about the hair... I am growing it out and I usually wear a beanie to cover it but my friends made me give that up for lent.

Sunday, 1 March 2009

FedEx rant & Playlist from Friday 27/02/09

I'm still waiting on my headset... It was delivered on tuesday but nobody was in. I phoned on wednesday and asked them to redeliver on friday. I waited in all day and nothing. Friday night I look up the tracking info online and it was apparently delivered on thursday - and I was in all day then too, and heard nothing. So the driver has obviously been a TOTAL CUNT, cos when I phoned up saturday morning to ask where the FUCK my package was, the nice lady said that what the driver wrote down on his report 'Didn't make sense' and that she would 'ask him about it on monday morning' and then phone me back.

Sooo.. ya. FEDEX CAN FUCK OFF TO HELL AND BURN FOR ETERNITY. Except the nice phone lady. Spare her.

Was a quiet friday :(

1. Death Cab For Cutie - I Will Possess Your Heart
2. The Decemberists - The Crane Wife 3
3. The Airborne Toxic Event - This Nowhere
4. White Lies - E.S.T.
5. Union Of Knives - Evil Has Never
6. Innerpartysystem - Structure
7. Deftones - Cherry Waves
8. VNV Nation - Testament
9. Hellogoodbye - Two Weeks In Hawaii
10. Passion Pit - Sleepyhead
11. Santogold - L.E.S. Artistes
12. Delays - Wanderlust
13. The Dandy Warhols - Bohemian Like You
14. Foo Fighters - My Hero
15. Cute Is What We Aim For - The Fourth Drink Instinct
16. Red Hot Chili Peppers - Especially In Michigan
17. Interpol - Slow Hands
18. The Hives - It Won't Be Long
19. The Pigeon Detectives - I'm Not Gonna Take This
20. Fight Like Apes - Jake Summers
21. Ash - Girl From Mars
22. The Offspring - Half-Truism
23. Kings Of Leon - Sex On Fire (Requested by Jflo)
24. Apocalyptica - I'm Not Jesus
25. Linkin Park - Wth You
26. Shiny Toy Guns - Ricochet!
27. Rise Against - Prayer Of The Refugee
28. Prodigy - Thunder
29. Pendulum - Propane Nightmares
30. Flight Of The Conchords - Robots

You can compare this with last week and see how many tunes I re-used, and how often I play the same bands... My music collection isn't very varied, but I do try and keep things at least vaguely enjoyable and interesting. I hope other people find it so.

I'm also extremely happy Dehrynn has been made manager at the Wharf - at last we have someone competent in charge :D

Esmie xXx