It's that time of the year again: The Hideaway Quarterly Scrobble Report, courtesy of our friends over at last.fm. The number at the top of the post - 2662 - besides being both even and palindromic, represents the number of unique songs among the 3385 total scrobbles to my last.fm account between July 1 and September 30. A total of 1207 different artists and 2014 albums were scrobbled in the third quarter of 2017 as well. Three of the last quarter's Top 5 have carried over onto this quarter's Top 18 Most Played Songs (all the tracks with six or more plays):
Over on the Twelve Most Played Albums chart, things are decidedly less <ahem> country as only one of the songs above makes an appearance below, on Most Played Album number 6:
Number 12 is in the upper left-hand corner while Number One is in the lower right corner.
As for the Most Scrobbled Artists, a few names debuted in the Top 20 for the quarter and for the year to date cumes as well, including a new Number One.
Lastly, for the second consecutive quarter, The Hideaway's scrobbles have taken a downward turn though it should be noted that we are still ahead of Q3 2016. There's a perfectly valid reason for the numbers and it's not something crazy like I've been listening to less music; I've just been listening to my new favorite radio station which I'll talk more about in the future.