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Post by Matt Cavanaugh » Wed May 01, 2013 9:07 pm

Most awesome bands/performers that have been underrated/overlooked/failed to fit conveniently into marketing cubby holes:

#1!!! Tribe
http://www.stevelathamdesign.com/tribe/ ... rchive.htm

(the rest in no particular order:)


Heather Nova
http://www.heathernova.com/


Becky Chase -- (if you love the Boss, you'll love Becky)
http://beckychace.com/fr_home.cfm


Sarah Swain
http://greentwig.com/sarahswain/


Dervish
http://www.dervish.ie/


Fiona Apple - esp. Extraordinary Machine
http://www.fiona-apple.com/


Karat
http://karat-band.com/


The Babys/Bad English
http://www.rickyphillips.com/badenglish.html
http://www.johnwaitethesinger.com/


Pistol Annies
http://www.pistolannies.com/about/


Telephóne
http://www.telephonelegroupe.com/intro.htm


Max Raabe und Palastorchester
http://www.palast-orchester.de/en/


Arcade Fire -- esp. The Suburbs -- amazing.
http://www.arcadefire.com/the-suburbs/

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Re: Music

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Post by Matt Cavanaugh » Wed May 01, 2013 9:10 pm


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Post by Michael K Gray » Sat May 04, 2013 3:56 am

TheMan wrote:Chrissy does it better IMHO
Not any more.
Rock legend Chrissy Amphlett dead at 53

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Total Kool... (man)

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Post by Michael K Gray » Mon May 06, 2013 4:26 am

For all you jünge talent-time cunts out there:
(Hip-replacement-Hop finger-snappin' femur-slappin' groove-machine)
[youtube]JGb5IweiYG8[/youtube]

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Post by Matt Cavanaugh » Mon May 06, 2013 8:20 pm

Michael K Gray wrote:For all you jünge talent-time cunts out there:
Oh, Peggy Lee was the cat's pajamas!

Is this alt genug?


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Re: Music

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Post by KiwiInOz » Tue May 21, 2013 4:29 pm

Just because it is an awesome mashup between Korn and Taylor Swift. (and for those who want to tell the Black Dog to fuck off).

[youtube]0P7gar7efHI[/youtube]

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Re: Music

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Post by KiwiInOz » Tue May 21, 2013 4:38 pm

And who could ask for more than an upbeat suicide song?

[youtube]PXW3Y_b1-p0[/youtube]

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Re: Music

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Post by Kareem » Tue May 21, 2013 5:01 pm

Sick of Sarah is a band I can listen to on a loop. Their recent album, 2205, is available for free. You can legally download it from a torrent.
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This is my favorite song of all time
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Re: Music

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Post by Kareem » Tue May 21, 2013 5:02 pm

Kareem wrote:Sick of Sarah is a band I can listen to on a loop. Their recent album, 2205, is available for free. You can legally download it from a torrent.
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This is my favorite song of all time
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This board just doesn't like me.

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Re: Music

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Post by KiwiInOz » Tue May 21, 2013 5:50 pm

You've just got to speak to her in the right way.

[youtube]nnGwqseGHkk[/youtube]

[youtube]jYpydtdlWxA[/youtube]

You only include the letters to the right of the = sign.

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Post by zenbabe » Wed May 22, 2013 10:35 am

OhhhhhhhhhEXPLICATIVE "Ten Years Gone" is my most favorite -ever- Led Zep song and I haven't heard it in too long.
Mmm.
Delicious.

Here is a cover of another old favorite, with a new and very very playful spin.

[youtube]OyhEVVRzGl0[/youtube]

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Post by zenbabe » Wed May 22, 2013 10:54 am

Speaking of playful.
I realize most of you are into rock and its variants so this absolutely won't be to your tastes, and the sound quality isn't good..

but

... on a rainy day this guy makes me happy. Look at him! Joy spilling out all over. Pretty sure he was creating most of it as it was being video'd:

[youtube]LoFurLevE28[/youtube]

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Re: Music

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Post by Kareem » Wed May 22, 2013 3:19 pm

Thank you, kiwiInOz.

I've been thinking about an old gap commercial lately (don't ask) and now I have this song in my head:
[youtube]mjli3hj0ZkM[/youtube]

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Re: Music

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Post by Matt Cavanaugh » Wed May 22, 2013 9:31 pm

The amazing, sophisticated Sam Brown never got her due:

http://www.onecandle.co.uk/

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Post by Matt Cavanaugh » Wed May 22, 2013 9:49 pm

windy wrote:For Wonderist who mentioned Jethro Tull's "Broadsword and the Beast" over in the big thread, here's a recent cover from that album!

Great cover of one of my favorite Tull songs. A bit more laconic in tone or even despondent, as fits the theme. Will mos def check out more from Turisas!

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Post by KiwiInOz » Wed May 22, 2013 10:12 pm

zenbabe wrote:Speaking of playful.
I realize most of you are into rock and its variants so this absolutely won't be to your tastes, and the sound quality isn't good..

but

... on a rainy day this guy makes me happy. Look at him! Joy spilling out all over. Pretty sure he was creating most of it as it was being video'd:

[youtube]LoFurLevE28[/youtube]
That was good fun. :D

Have a chat to Phil - he's our resident keyboardist.

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Post by zenbabe » Wed May 22, 2013 11:35 pm

KiwiInOz wrote:
That was good fun. :D

Have a chat to Phil - he's our resident keyboardist.
Glad you enjoyed it :)
That song in its eventual CD form is more evolved and of course cleaner. His music is mostly good and sometimes great with a few real clunkers, and not something I'm always in the mood for, but, as I said, when I'm blue sometimes he's the perfect anti-depressant.

Mostly I like watching him. Find it inspiring. Admire his uninhibitedness (yes yes text editor I made up that word). He's such a strange person, strange looks and speaking mannerisms. I imagine meeting him out in meat space and wondering if I'd ever know that inside he has all that genuine creativity ready to burst. Hoping what fame he's acquired doesn't ruin him.

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Post by zenbabe » Wed May 22, 2013 11:45 pm

While I have eclectic tastes in music, it seems more often than not I am listening to things like this

[youtube]M_oj2JEA5-s[/youtube]

I like the threat level undertones of that song especially. Really like listening to it while reading here or trying to consume a franc blog post.

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Post by Aneris » Thu May 23, 2013 5:57 am

Some great covers of the same amazing song... goosebumps. Great storytelling, some pitch black humour (Roland the headless thompson gunner... he aimed his gun and didn't say a word)

Jackson Browne -- Roland the Thompson Gunner (Warren Zevon)
some glitches, still great performance.

[youtube]qFdhVcXUVEU[/youtube]

Another very good cover, and the original....
Interesting, how each cover get's the chorus chords wrong (they play them like the latter part of the verse)

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Re: Music

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Post by KiwiInOz » Thu May 23, 2013 10:03 pm

Aneris wrote:Some great covers of the same amazing song... goosebumps. Great storytelling, some pitch black humour (Roland the headless thompson gunner... he aimed his gun and didn't say a word)

Jackson Browne -- Roland the Thompson Gunner (Warren Zevon)
some glitches, still great performance.

[youtube]qFdhVcXUVEU[/youtube]

Another very good cover, and the original....
Interesting, how each cover get's the chorus chords wrong (they play them like the latter part of the verse)
I love singing along to Roland the headless Thompson Gunner.

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Re: Music

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Post by cunt » Sun May 26, 2013 3:11 pm

Saw this band the other day...

[youtube]xIVIEqrfszg[/youtube]

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Re: Music

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Post by Matt Cavanaugh » Sun May 26, 2013 8:28 pm

Aneris wrote:Some great covers of the same amazing song... goosebumps. Great storytelling, some pitch black humour
I'm a cover junkie.

Warren Zevon corrupted me at a young age and turned me into a cynic. I thank him for that, and what a swell cover of Roland!

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Post by flemshot007 » Wed Oct 09, 2013 3:47 am

I come from a time where people listened to stuff like creedence, led zepplin, rolling stones and deep purple.
I still listen to that and have also broadened my musical appreciation to some more recent stuff, such as dub step and metal, disturbed and skrillex etc. I believe you should listen to as much different stuff as possible, there is always something new going on, it's great.

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Post by Aneris » Wed Oct 09, 2013 10:28 am

I like that somewhat Lalo Schifrin 60s agent thriller style tune by Portishead.

[youtube]g7gutsi1uT4[/youtube]
flemshot007 wrote:I come from a time where people listened to stuff like creedence, led zepplin, rolling stones and deep purple.
I still listen to that and have also broadened my musical appreciation to some more recent stuff, such as dub step and metal, disturbed and skrillex etc. I believe you should listen to as much different stuff as possible, there is always something new going on, it's great.
Indeed, even new genres created where you'd think everything was said and done. I'm also listening to nearly everything, though more selected pieces of each genre.

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Post by Gefan » Wed Oct 09, 2013 11:56 am

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Aneris wrote:Some great covers of the same amazing song... goosebumps. Great storytelling, some pitch black humour
I'm a cover junkie.

Warren Zevon corrupted me at a young age and turned me into a cynic. I thank him for that, and what a swell cover of Roland!
Springsteen said of Zevon that he was; "An idealist is cynic's clothing".

Regardless, his song titles alone were better than most artist's lyrics. I managed to see him live once, at The Wiltern Theater in LA in 1990 (or thereabouts) and can't believe he's been dead a decade.
Sonofabitch could tell more story in three to five minutes than most novelists do in a career.

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Re: Music

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Post by pluto » Thu Dec 19, 2013 7:03 pm


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Post by daisyw » Sun Aug 24, 2014 2:18 pm

I've been listening to Gnaw's album, 'Horrible Chamber' lately. Gnaw's vocalist, Alan Dubin, used to be in Khanate and O.L.D.

I enjoy listening to music like this and I listen to it daily.

Here is their song 'Water Rite'.

[youtube]G9LzEi7cv4Y[/youtube]

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Post by Nec_V20 » Sun Aug 24, 2014 11:28 pm

Happy Holidays :D

[youtube]SanhXxufnEY[/youtube]

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Post by daisyw » Tue Aug 26, 2014 3:18 am

Good one, Nec_V20.

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Post by sinister » Sat Sep 13, 2014 11:31 am

Aneris wrote:I like that somewhat Lalo Schifrin 60s agent thriller style tune by Portishead.

[youtube]g7gutsi1uT4[/youtube]
flemshot007 wrote:I come from a time where people listened to stuff like creedence, led zepplin, rolling stones and deep purple.
I still listen to that and have also broadened my musical appreciation to some more recent stuff, such as dub step and metal, disturbed and skrillex etc. I believe you should listen to as much different stuff as possible, there is always something new going on, it's great.
Indeed, even new genres created where you'd think everything was said and done. I'm also listening to nearly everything, though more selected pieces of each genre.
who's teenage angst could not be sated by Portishead? Wasn't there a law in Hollywood in tge 90s that every movie required to have at least one Portishead song?

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Post by Nec_V20 » Sun Sep 28, 2014 3:55 pm

For those that used to smoke as much as I did back in the day, share a bong and a cup of sweet black tea (I only drink tea stoned):

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Post by Nec_V20 » Sun Sep 28, 2014 3:57 pm

Fuck it, I should have RTFM'd here is the link:

[youtube]watch?v=vHJ5Fcmf8Gk[/youtube]

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Post by Nec_V20 » Sun Sep 28, 2014 3:59 pm

Right, I am going to give up and grow tits.

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Re: Music

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Post by KiwiInOz » Sun Sep 28, 2014 10:04 pm

[youtube]vHJ5Fcmf8Gk[/youtube]

Only include the part after the =. i.e. vHJ5Fcmf8Gk in this case.

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Post by daisyw » Sat Jan 19, 2019 4:51 pm

Alestorm’s music always manages to give me a good laugh or two.

[youtube]th4Czv1j3F8[/youtube]

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Post by daisyw » Sun Jan 20, 2019 12:13 am

Here’s the link. Didn’t realise that it didn’t work.

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Re: Music

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Post by MarcusAu » Sun Jan 20, 2019 2:49 pm

daisyw wrote: Here’s the link. Didn’t realise that it didn’t work.

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Nice recommendation.

I'll look forward to your next post sometime half way though the next decade.

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