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Discussion in 'Art & Culture' started by Roman, Mar 22, 2006.

  1. spidergoat Liddle' Dick Tater Valued Senior Member

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    Os Mutantes, definately...
    Teddy and the Frat Girls
    Fred Lane
    Throne
    Sir Lord Baltimore
    524 (Cantonese Hip-hop)
    Young-Holt Unlimited
    Wesely Willis
    The Interpretations
    Hasil Adkins
    (some of these are old)
     
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  3. here are some things i think should be checked out by genre
    band with album name

    metal/hardcore/heavy

    isis - panopticon
    job for a cowboy - doom (this is death metal but its great)
    Mastodon - leviathan
    darkest hour - undoing ruin
    pelican - the fire in our throats will beckon the thaw
    old man gloom - christmas

    pop/rock

    fight paris - paradise found
    paulson - all at once
    scatter the ashes - devout/the modern hymn
    vaux - plague music
    cave in - tides of tomorrow (old)
    failure - fantastic planet (older)
    hum - you'd prefer an astronaut (older)

    indie

    the unicorns
    jenoah
    braid (old)

    hip hop

    rick whispers
    mac lethal
    MF doom
    mr. liff
     
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  5. cosmictraveler Be kind to yourself always. Valued Senior Member

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    I can play a tuba with my asshole!

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  7. Zappa Looking around me, in awe. Registered Senior Member

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    Mmm, I don't have time to discover music.

    Anyone who does should get a job and move out of their mother's basement =)

    Just kidding... I actually have a friend who recommends his indie stuff to me. I like Wolfe Parade..I'm sure you've listened to Block Party.. try out Sleater Kinney. Indie as well. Pretty interesting, I think.

    I'm into musicals, so I'll recommend Jesus Christ Superstar. Don't have to be religious to enjoy it; in fact many branded it sacreligous. It's fun to hear Jesus and Judas sing, anyway. Try "Heaven On Their Minds" Actually, I have a feeling you won't... haha, but give it a chance. It doesn't make you a fag, just open-minded =)
     
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  10. Xerxes asdfghjkl Valued Senior Member

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    I hate to use the Brazil theme again.. but there is another less well-known band that deserves mention: Jets to Brazil. They're previous incarnation (Jawbreaker) is also nice.

    PS Roman if you're hinting to me you want to hear more of that southern stuff.. I have good quality rips that can be uploaded.
     
  11. spidergoat Liddle' Dick Tater Valued Senior Member

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    I have a job, where do you think I download music from? They have a faster connection than I have at home!
     
  12. sargentlard Save the whales motherfucker Valued Senior Member

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    Bahkta...his album India all over is very interesting. Relaxing, heavily Indian influenced, lounge music.

    Disha...Bhakta's protege, sappy lyrics but nicely sung.

    Aqualung - Brighter than sunshine.....been listening to this song a lot lately. something very humble about this song.

    Oasis - all around the world....oldie but a goodie.

    been listening to Incubus a lot lately.
     
  13. makeshift Registered Senior Member

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    Built to Spill is grood stuff. It's kinda like Pinback. Download songs like, "Car" or "Big Dipper" or "Carry the Zero" or "Dystopian Dream Girl". They're all good shit.

    And if you wanna hear a great random song, try Pinback, "Seville" -- It'll knock your teeth out.
     
  14. Idle Mind What the hell, man? Valued Senior Member

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    Um, I fixed my name for you. And, Open Parachute isn't my band, it's a friend of mine's band. Their recordings really don't do them any justice; it's their live show that makes them good. So much energy, and a huge sound. If it's not your thing, that's cool.

    The Fall of Troy is what I guess you would call screamo/experimental/progressive. It's too hard to fit a lot of bands like that into one single genre.
     
  15. Roman Banned Banned

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    Oh gosh, sorry about the name! It's fixed now.
    When I said 'your music', I just meant the bands you recommended. And I know what you mean about live shows. I go to a lot of shows like that (or try to) just for the energy and sound, but never listen to it elsewhere. Even listen to live metal.
    But live pop-punk is my favorite.
     
  16. Varda The Bug Lady Valued Senior Member

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    hahahaha os mutantes?
     
  17. Xerxes asdfghjkl Valued Senior Member

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    What's wrong with that? By the way, can you tell me what 'na vao se perder por ai' means?
     
  18. Roman Banned Banned

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    Oh yeah, hipsters are way into them.
     
  19. Varda The Bug Lady Valued Senior Member

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    that means go on and get lost

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    since we're on brazilian music, listen to bebel gilberto
     
  20. Xerxes asdfghjkl Valued Senior Member

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    Ahh.. thought it had something to do with herding goats

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    You should both know that I'm not hip at all..
     
  21. Varda The Bug Lady Valued Senior Member

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    you dont look/sond hipish

    btw i was just surprised that you've even heard of os mutantes... they're pretty old... they were part of a movement called jovem guarda in the 60's
     
  22. Roman Banned Banned

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    Yeah, 60's Brazilian music got real popular here in the alternative music scene in the 90's. Here being the States.
     
  23. Xerxes asdfghjkl Valued Senior Member

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    You serious? I wouldn't be surprised if bossa nova had gained some popularity, but not late 60's/70's stuff.

    Varda,
    Like most favourites, I found them completely by accident. Thank god! If only Brazil were still creating such awesome music...

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    We need to revive those military dictatorships.
     

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