No offense to the hip-hop rap fans here, but I thought I'd start a separate music thread that's non-hiphop related.
Been loving these guys & gal lately, The Alabama Shakes. Their album "Boys & Girls" is fantastic.
hey that aint fair man. U gotta make one for rap too then
Listening to the Wombats proudly present: A Guide to Love Loss and Desperation
at work though... can't post a video
Dont really listen to rock music that much, but whenever I am in the mood I listen to some Tame Impala:
If the Beatles and T-Rex had a kid, and that kid did acid (which it probably would), it would be Tame Impala.
i don't know what it is.... i've been really digging the japanese band Shonen Knife's Ramones cover album lately..
dont know if it's because i love the ramones... and shonen knife... or its hearing the ramones in that adorable japanese accent..
heavily underrated big wreck tune. My favourite tune by them. Thornley is so udnerrated as a rock vocalist.
If Your Uncle Jack Helped You Off An Elephant, Would You Help Your Uncle Jack Off An Elephant?
Sometimes, I like to buy a book on CD and listen to it, while reading music.
rediscovered this while sorting through the box i keep my old CDs... totally forgot how much i used love reggae, before reggae made me hate reggae
I love AltNation on SiriusXM, channel 36. The Verge on 151 is good too - all Canadian music.
I imported a loaded Toyota Sequoia from the US last year and it had satellite radio already subscribed on it. I'm not sure who is paying for it but it has been the best thing to happen for me musically since downloads in the last 1990's.
The Gaslight Anthem - 45
Imagine Dragon - It's Time
Hey! Rosetta - Red Heart
Ball Park Music - It is Nice to Be Alive
Electric Guest - This Head I Hold
Jimmy Eat World - My Best Theory
Young the Giant - My Body
Of Monsters and Men - Little Talks
The Airborne Toxic Event - All I Ever Wanted
Silversun Pickups - Bloody Mary (Nerve Endings)
Walk the Moon - Anna Sun
Chappo - Come Home
Wolf Gang - The King and All of his Men.
M83 - Midnight City
Mumford and Sons - Little Lion Man
MGMT - Kids
Blondfire - Where the Kids Are
Last edited by Matt52; Sat Jul 28th, 2012 at 01:38 PM.
its not an age thing.... maybe it is... i dunno.... but there was a point where reggae crossed over from being socially conscious to being about girls rubbing their asses into your crotch as hard as posssible.. and thats where it lost it...
the same holds true for most genres
im fully aware that statement contradicts the views and opinions i've expressed in the past about life in general..... but whatever....
im a walking talking contradiction...
i gotta go watch strippers now... peace
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