April 8th, 2005


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jimbojones
02:26 pm - I need some new music
Anybody wanna step up and recommend any particularly good new(ish) tunes?
 

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[User Picture] From: katyakoshka
Date: April 8th, 2005 - 12:32 pm
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What have you been listening to? How semi-recent? Preferred genres?


 
[User Picture] From: jimbojones
Date: April 8th, 2005 - 12:49 pm
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I don't really want to limit myself with "preferred genres." I don't like much country, but the country I do like, I really like. So, y'know (not that I think you're likely to be a big C&W fan yourself) if you REALLY LIKE SOMETHING A LOT recommend it.

Semi-recent meaning, I dunno, last couple of years? Or if it's really obscure but really awesome, no time constraint.

I've been listening to, well... tons of different stuff. Bhangra, hip-hop, alternative, bluegrass, symphonic, you name it. But I haven't been really actively seeking out new music much for the past year or three because with an MP3 CD deck in the car (and all radio stations universally sucking balls even when they AREN'T playing 10 minutes of solid back-to-back commercials) the pressure goes waaaaayyyyy down to constantly have fresh stuff so you don't hear the same thing over and over again too much.


 
[User Picture] From: katyakoshka
Date: April 8th, 2005 - 12:58 pm
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Arcade Fire, Funeral is the only new CD I've bought from the past six months. Really like it, shared it with three coworkers.

Faith & the Muse, The Burning Season -- semi-obscure, not as goth or industrial as the categorization would imply. Varied tempo, mostly rock.

What I've heard of Franz Ferdinand is fun and light. Le Tigre, similarly so.

Two albums, two more artists... that a good start?


 
[User Picture] From: staringgoldfish
Date: April 8th, 2005 - 02:17 pm
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Billy Joe Shaver - he kinda vascillates from traditional country effective to guitar driven, what, Metal Country? Old guy, lots of fun to listen to.

Robbie Fulks - I've mentioned him before. Alternative country in a post-Wilco environment. Pretty good. He hates Nashville.

Leo Kottke - Guitar Virtuoso. I recommend you pick up Six and Twelve String Guitar, AKA the Armadillo Album. Damn fun live.

Coheed and Cambria - Jersey Metal

Bif Naked - I have no definition. She does a cover of We're Not Gonna Take It and a dance club single called Spaceman.

Reverend Horton Heat, I'm sure you're familiar with him. Likewise Southern Culture On the Skids.

Groovie Ghoulies - Punk/Pop college radio music. Kinda like Oldskul Green Day(ever though you'd see that phrase?).

The Legendary Shack Shakers - They do that song on the Geico commercial with the lizard riding in the little car being driven through the tunnel. That's CB Song. Fun stuff.


 
[User Picture] From: discogravy
Date: April 10th, 2005 - 07:28 am
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if the rev heat shows up NEAR your town, GO TO THE SHOW.


 
[User Picture] From: bubblerella
Date: April 11th, 2005 - 01:18 pm
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Oh no doubt.. unfortionately last time he was in the region I didn't have the cash or the transportation. I LOVE the Rev.


 
[User Picture] From: jimbojones
Date: April 11th, 2005 - 04:09 pm
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I know about Reverend Horton Heat 'cause I randomly found - and OBVIOUSLY felt required to download when I did - "the Jimbo song".

rawk.


 
[User Picture] From: discogravy
Date: April 8th, 2005 - 01:35 pm
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10 dollar by M.I.A.
eyes to form shadows by Dalek
anything by jeff buckley, but in particular "hallelujah", "lilac wine", "forget her", "eternal life"


 
[User Picture] From: discogravy
Date: April 8th, 2005 - 01:37 pm
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keep an eye on my music-centric blog: http://discogravy.blogspot.com ....gonna post some jeff buckley next monday


 
[User Picture] From: discogravy
Date: April 11th, 2005 - 07:28 am
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[User Picture] From: starfyer
Date: April 9th, 2005 - 12:05 am
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No one hasn't heard of them, but I can't get enough of the Killers.

Frickin' A is good for some lighthearted stuff by a few guys who just wanna have fun. I used to be religiously into the lead singer's old band.

And Better Than Ezra's new album is going to be out the 26th, and I'm going to cream my jeans.


 
[User Picture] From: seizurebot
Date: April 10th, 2005 - 10:44 am
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Michael McGoldrick - Fused


 
[User Picture] From: herbaliser
Date: April 11th, 2005 - 08:11 pm
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some albums I've been recently enjoying

ROCK:
Davíd Garza - This Euphoria
household names - the trouble with being nice
ambulance LTD - LP
the Prosaics - Aghast Agape EP

ELECTRONIC:
chemical brothers - push the button
Lusine - Serial Hodgepodge
Outhud - Let us Never Speak of this Again
Erland Oye - DJ Kicks

HIP HOP:
danger mouse & Gemini - Ghetto Pop Life
the mystic - cuts for luck & Scars for Freedom


 
[User Picture] From: herbaliser
Date: April 11th, 2005 - 08:18 pm
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also

my best of 2004 mixes have some suggestions as well. you can get pretty much everything I have off Soulseek.


 
From: pinheadx
Date: April 13th, 2005 - 06:08 pm
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I'm such a metalhead these days

The new Killswitch Engage is INCREDIBLE... Especially the title track "End of Heartache", but "A Bid Farewell" and "Take This Oath" fucking RAWK.

The new GWAR album War Party is the shizzle. Although it's been out a few months, it's still new to you. "Bring Back the Bomb" is great, as are "Krosstika" and "You Can't Kill Terror". GUARANTEED to offend and entertain.

What I've heard of Lamb of God's new one is pretty impressive. Still waiting on the new Nine Inch Nails. I think there's a single out there somewhere from that one.


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