I created this page on Monday, November 11th, 2019 to have a spot to list the music I’m currently listening to… for those that may wonder.
2020-04-21-TU @ 12:56 PM – Still hooked on Gemini Syndrome. I’m sure I’ve listened to some other stuff since the last update on this page.
2020-01-11-SA @ 12:31 PM – Been awhile since I updated this page. I hate to admit but I forgot about it. Mostly lately I’ve been listening to Gemini Syndrome. Today I’m going on Spotify to listen to an old synth-pop band from the 80’s called Real Life.
2019-11-12-TU @ 7:13 AM – Listening to 80’s 12 Inch Collection Mix by DJ Deep (still) – I didn’t get to finish listening to it yesterday. I picked up on this morning at the 3 hour 20 minute mark. This mix has a lot of classic pop music from the 80’s in extended versions in a continuous mix. It’s been a good listen so far.
2019-11-11-MO @ 9:19 AM – Listening to 80’s 12 Inch Collection Mix by DJ Deep. It’s 8:48:54 in length, so I’ll be listening to it all day.
Mudpix Magazine Demo 1 Now Available
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