September in music

This does not include music listened to Amazon Music Desktop and Alexa as
there seems to be no way to scrobble Amazon Music data to last.fm.

  • Total tracks: 160
  • Total unique tracks: 129
  • Song Repetition: 1.24

Top Ten Tracks

  1. The LumineersSoundtrack Song – Bonus Track (4 plays)
  2. The LumineersApril (3 plays)
  3. The LumineersDemocracy – Bonus Track (3 plays)
  4. The LumineersDonna (3 plays)
  5. The LumineersGloria (3 plays)
  6. The LumineersIt Wasn’t Easy to Be Happy for You (3 plays)
  7. The LumineersJimmy Sparks (3 plays)
  8. The LumineersLeader of the Landslide (3 plays)
  9. The LumineersLeft for Denver (3 plays)
  10. The LumineersLife in the City (3 plays)

Top Artists

  1. The Lumineers (40 plays)
  2. Ben Howard (9 plays)
  3. André Rieu (2 plays)
  4. Bon Iver (2 plays)
  5. Bonnie ‘Prince’ Billy (2 plays)
  6. Isaac Stern (2 plays)
  7. James Bay (2 plays)
  8. Johann Sebastian Bach (2 plays)
  9. Modest Petrovich Mussorgsky (2 plays)
  10. Pietro Mascagni (2 plays)

Top Albums

  1. The LumineersIII (40 plays)
  2. Ben HowardNoonday Dream (9 plays)
  3. Bonnie ‘Prince’ BillyI See a Darkness (2 plays)
  4. Isaac SternIsaac Stern plays Beethoven – Sony Classical Masters (2 plays)
  5. André RieuRoman Holiday (2 plays)
  6. James BayWild Love (Acoustic) (2 plays)
  7. Tomislav Baynov111 Amazing Classical: Piano (1 plays)
  8. Tyler RamseyA Dream Of Home (1 plays)
  9. Johnny CashAmerican III: Solitary Man (1 plays)
  10. TaminoAmir (1 plays)

Data Sources

2. The Bronze Age Collapse – Mediterranean Apocalypse from Spotify

Around the year 1100 BC, a wave of destruction washed over the Eastern Mediterranean. It wiped whole civilizations off the map, and left only ash and ruin in its wake.

This catastrophe, known as “the Late Bronze Age Collapse”, has become one of the enduring puzzles of history. I want to explore how so many societies could collapse all at once, and seemingly without warning, as well as examine the lessons it might teach us in our increasingly globalised and interconnected world.

Credits:

Sound engineering by Thomas Ntinas

Voice Actors:

Shem Jacobs
Jacob Rollinson
Jake Barrett-Mills
Bryan Tshiobi
Helena Bacon

Music by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/)
Source: incompetech.com/music/royalty-fre…isrc=USUAN1100209
Artist: incompetech.com/
Additional music (The Hurrian Hymn) by Michael Levy

August in Music

July in Music

This does not include music listened to Amazon Music Desktop and Alexa as there seems to be no way to scrobble Amazon Music data to last.fm.

  • Total tracks: 654
  • Total unique tracks: 569
  • Song Repetition: 1.15

Top Ten Tracks

  1. The Stray BirdsDream in Blue (4 plays)
  2. Caitlin CantyMotel (3 plays)
  3. Dead HorsesTurntable (3 plays)
  4. Fenne LilyTop to Toe (3 plays)
  5. Gregory Alan IsakovThe Stable Song (3 plays)
  6. I’m With HerCall My Name (3 plays)
  7. Jason Isbell and The 400 UnitIf We Were Vampires (3 plays)
  8. Little MayBoardwalks – Remastered 2015/ Bonus Track (3 plays)
  9. Lula WilesLeave Me Now (3 plays)
  10. Rachel BaimanI Could’ve Been Your Lover Too (3 plays)

Top Artists

  1. The Head and the Heart (21 plays)
  2. The Lumineers (21 plays)
  3. Mary Chapin Carpenter (16 plays)
  4. Of Monsters and Men (15 plays)
  5. Mélanie Laurent (13 plays)
  6. Kenny G (12 plays)
  7. Benedictine Monks Of St. Wandrille (11 plays)
  8. The Beatles (8 plays)
  9. Bob Dylan (6 plays)
  10. I’m With Her (6 plays)

Top Albums

  1. Mélanie LaurentEn t’attendant (13 plays)
  2. Kenny GBreathless (12 plays)
  3. Of Monsters and MenFEVER DREAM (11 plays)
  4. Benedictine Monks Of St. WandrilleGregorian Chants (11 plays)
  5. The Head and the HeartLiving Mirage (7 plays)
  6. The LumineersCleopatra (5 plays)
  7. The LumineersCleopatra (Deluxe) (4 plays)
  8. The Head and the HeartStinson Beach Sessions (4 plays)
  9. Mary Chapin CarpenterThe Essential Mary Chapin Carpenter (4 plays)
  10. The LumineersThe Lumineers (Deluxe Edition) (4 plays)

Data Sources

1A-Knights of the Round Table: Yvainglory by XavierRoy

This week on the Myths and Legends podcast, I’ll introduce the show and discuss what it’ll be about. Then, we’ll start right in on the story of Yvain, a knight of King Arthur’s court who’ll show that by being a huge jerk to nearly everyone you’ll get everything you can ever want, throw it all away, and get it all again!

Then, for the mythological creature of the week, the hidden folk of Iceland, cheerful little elves who might give you great gifts or rain rocks down on you.

June in Music

This does not include music listened to Amazon Music Desktop and Alexa as there seems to be no way to scrobble Amazon Music data to last.fm.

Total tracks: 361
Total unique tracks: 345
Song Repetition: 1.05

Top Ten Tracks

Top Artists

Top Albums


Data Sources

Scrobble data: last.fm
Consolidation: http://nicholast.fm/
Streamgraph (Featured Image): https://savas.ca/lastwave/ | View as a bigger image.