About

I’m just a person a little too excited about her music collection. So what happens is, I pick an album I really like and tell you about it. If you like the music, you buy the album.

Easy.

The Danielle

LTTD FAQ

Who runs this site?
Just me. My name’s Danielle. Hi.

Why do you do this?
My close friends got tired of me telling them what music to listen to. I needed another outlet.

Why don’t you recommend (insert artist name here)?
Sometimes it’s because I haven’t heard that artist’s entire album (I’m a whole album kinda girl). Sometimes it’s just because I like something else better that particular day. That being said, there’s ALOT of really amazing music out there (I read that the RIAA puts out more than 30,000 unique titles every year!). So If you know of something my readers or I would enjoy, go ahead and throw up a comment and tell us about it.

I’m in a band/run a label. Why don’t you recommend our music?
See above question. If you’d like to send me your stuff, contact me for details.

How big is your collection?
About 8 inches. How big is yours?

Who are your favorite artists?
Artists with 4 or more songs rated 4 or more stars in my iTunes, according to AutoRate, as of Feb 18, 2010:
AC/DC
Aceyalone
Aerosmith
Air
AK1200
Al Green
Alberta Cross
Alejandro Escovedo
Amon Tobin
Amp Fiddler
Amy Rigby
Amy Winehouse
Ani DiFranco
The Antlers
Aphrodite
Arcade Fire
Arctic Monkeys
B. B. King
A Band Of Bees
Basement Jaxx
Bassbin Twins
Battles
The Beastie Boys
The Beatles
Beck
The Bees
Ben Harper
Bent
Bishop Allen
Bjork
The Black Keys
Blackalicious
Bloc Party
Blondie
The Bloody Beetroots
Blur
Bob Dylan
Bob Iver
Brad Paisley
Bright Eyes
Briztronix
Bruce Springsteen
The Budos Band
Burial
Busta Rhymes
Buzzcocks
Cake
Cassius
Cat Power
Charlie Parker
The Chemical Brothers
Chris Isaak
Chuck Berry
The Clash
Creedence Clearwater Revival
The Crystal Method
The Cure
Cypress Hill
Daft Punk
Dappled Cities
Datarock
David Bowie
Dead Kennedys
The Decemberists
The Detroit Experiment
Dirty Projectors
The Disco Biscuits
Dissent
DJ Amadeus
DJ Destro
DJ Krush
DJ Logic
DJ Quik
DJ Shadow
DJ Zeph
DM Stith
The Doors
Dr. Dre
Drop The Lime
Eels
Elastica
Electrelane
Elliot Smith
Elton John
Eminem
Erykah Badu
Evil Nine
The Faint
Fastball
The Field
Fiona Apple
Fischerspooner
The Flaming Lips
Flunk
Forme
The Fratellis
Freeland
G. Love & Special Sauce
Galactic
Gang Starr
Garbage
Gift Of Gab
Girl Talk
Gnarls Barkley
Goldfrapp
The Good, The Bad & The Queen
Gorillaz
Green Day
Groove Armada
Guns N’ Roses
Handsome Boy Modeling School
Harvey Lindo
The Herbaliser
The Hives
Hole
Hybrid
Ida Maria
ILS
Interpol
Jack Johnson
James Brown
Jamie Lidell
Jamiroquai
Jarvis Cocker
Jay Z
Jazzelicious
Jeff Buckley
Jenny Lewis
Jill Scott
Jim Ford
Johnny Cash
Jurassic 5
Justice
Kid Beyond
The Killers
The Kinks
Kruder & Dorfmeister
Latyrx
LCD Soundsystem
Led Zeppelin
The Legendary K.O.
Lexicon
Little Barrie
Liz Phair
Lucinda Williams
Macy Gray
Madlib
Maldroid
Maroon 5
MC Honky
Metallica
MGMT
Mike Relm
Missy Elliot
Mix Master Mike
Modest Mouse
Mogwai
Monsieur Dodo
Morcheeba
The National
Nelly
The New Pornographers
Nightmares On Wax
Nirvana
Northern State
The Offspring
OK Go
Old 97’s
Outkast
Peaches
Peanut Butter Wolf
Pendulum
Peter Bjorn and John
Pink Floyd
Pixies
Placebo
Plump DJs
Portishead
The Postal Service
The Presets
The Pretenders
The Prodigy
Propellerheads
Queens Of The Stone Age
Rae & Christian
Rancid
Ray LaMontagne
Rhett Miller
Rilo Kiley
RJD2
Rob Solo
The Rolling Stones
Ryan Adams
Sea Wolf
Sekou (Tha Misfit)
Self
Sheryl Crow
Sia
Simon & Garfunkel
Sly & The Family Stone
Sneaker Pimps
Somehow At Sea
Southern Culture On The Skids
Spoon
Squirrel Nut Zippers
Steinski
Stereolab
Steve Aoki
Steve Poltz
Stone Temple Pilots
The Strokes
Sublime
Super Furry Animals
Supreme Beings Of Leisure
Tegan & Sara
Todd Snider
Tom Petty
Tori Amos
A Tribe Called Quest
Trv$djam
TV On The Radio
UNKLE
Vampire Weekend
Velvet Underground
Violent Femmes
Weezer
The White Stripes
Wolfmother
Wyclef Jean
The X-Ecutioners
The xx
Zero 7
10,000 Maniacs
22-20s
50 Cent

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5 thoughts on “About

  1. Hi there,

    My name is Felicia and I am a fellow music blogger as well as a music media intern. At my internship, I work on getting press for some bands we work with.

    So here’s the thing. I’m trying to get hired by my internship. In order for them to hire me, I’m trying to show that I can establish contacts to work with. With that said, I was hoping I could build a professional relationship with you and possibly send some music your way. If you give me your permission, of course.

    I mean, I know I could probably just send music along without asking, but I wanted to introduce myself first just to say, I’m a cool chick and I promise I won’t send you something stupid so please keep an eye out for my emails. I’ve gained a lot of friends this way, so hopefully we can be friends too. 🙂 Let me know what you think. I’ll be looking forward to it.

    Thanks,
    Felicia Ceballos-Marroquin
    LaFaMos, Marketing & Publicity Dept.
    Office: 323-668-9383
    Fax: 323-668-9386
    Felicia@lafamos.com
    http://www.lafamos.com

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