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Re: Recommend one artist

Postby Bear Police » Sat Sep 06, 2008 6:51 pm UTC

Girl Talk.

He is a former biomedical engineering turned electronic musician who makes complex mash-ups of popular and indie music. His best albums are Night Ripper and Feed the Animals, the latter of which is available for free on his site.

Over all, one cool fuckin dude.

Here's a song.

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Re: Recommend one artist

Postby peoplelikeme » Sun Sep 07, 2008 7:30 am UTC

i am verry sorry, i am going to have to do two:
bjork
brad mehldau trio.

also

cheers to the guy who knows who hella is

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Re: Recommend one artist

Postby ekm » Mon Sep 08, 2008 1:54 am UTC

CLOUD CULT


they are absolutely amazing, i could never pick just one song. http://www.myspace.com/cloudcult

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Re: Recommend one artist

Postby Dragolplume » Wed Sep 10, 2008 2:51 am UTC

ekm wrote:CLOUD CULT


they are absolutely amazing, i could never pick just one song. http://www.myspace.com/cloudcult


Couldn't agree more! Their Meaning of 8 album is particularly good :D

My 2 cents' worth:
Listen to Amplifier!
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cc5HRVHoaw0

Their debut album is amazing epicness - I don't know why more people haven't heard of them...

Also, because I have to say it:
PORCUPINE TREE
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Re: Recommend one artist

Postby LittleKey » Fri Sep 12, 2008 12:02 am UTC

Rainbow Veins - Owl City.

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Re: Recommend one artist

Postby I am! » Fri Sep 12, 2008 12:46 am UTC

Okay. I can't do just one artist, but I'll try to minimize it.

Bandits of the Acoustic Revolution

The precursor to Streetlight Manifesto, they are basically a punk orchestra. Unfortunately, they only released one EP ever, even though it was like 20 minutes long. Basically, new god.

Evan Greer

Solo acoustic anarchist. A little cheesy at points, but still good.

Defiance, Ohio

Folk Punk, which means punk vocals with slightly sped up folk music. Good stuff, if you're into that.
I sure do love that popular band's earlier stuff and the first movie better than the sequels in that popular movie series.

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Re: Recommend one artist

Postby Mr_Meister » Sat Sep 13, 2008 6:20 am UTC

Definitely my favourite band, Modest Mouse.

They released their first album in 1995, their most recent in 2007, and many in between. Check them out if you're a fan of alternative, rock, or alternative rock.

Alternatively, check them out if you're a fan of beautiful and/or deep lyrics, since that is also something they specialize in.
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Re: Recommend one artist

Postby Felstaff » Sat Sep 13, 2008 11:15 am UTC

Bryn Christopher! If you like campy, happy male Amy Winehouse soul.
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Re: Recommend one artist

Postby Vox Imperatoris » Sat Sep 13, 2008 10:56 pm UTC

Angel City, if you like dance-pop music.

Sunrise is probably the best song, plus it has a music video.
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Re: Recommend one artist

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Tom Wilby

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aka Kucumber Joe.

http://www.tomwilby.co.uk

I recommend Tiger Summer, Strange Lights, and And Here's To, from Arklight Project. You can download at the link.

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Re: Recommend one artist

Postby micco » Wed Sep 17, 2008 10:59 am UTC

I recommend Medeia to all metal fans. Video of their song Cold Embrace.
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Re: Recommend one artist

Postby originallynamed » Wed Sep 17, 2008 7:42 pm UTC

One... just one? Hrm... Scooter [http://scootertechno,com] never fails in my opinion.
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Re: Recommend one artist

Postby Blinke » Thu Sep 18, 2008 6:26 am UTC

The Gaslight Anthem. I've seen them been mentioned before but not in this thread. Really amazing band and they've yet to release a bad song.

The '59 Sound

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Re: Recommend one artist

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Re: Recommend one artist

Postby 0range » Sat Sep 20, 2008 6:07 am UTC

I'm going to go ahead and recommend Arkadi Volodos. He is a pianist who plays mostly super-virtuosic, jaw-dropping pieces.

Here is my favourite transcription of his, "Italian Polka". He takes a moderately difficult piece by Rachmaninoff and adds a ton of stuff to it (I couldn't tell you exactly what he's doing, as I haven't bothered to study this piece). The part that is so astounding is that the piece by Rachmaninoff is written as a duet. He is taking a difficult duet, playing it by himself and adding a bunch stuff of his own to it.

Usually I hate it when the camera bounces around, showing the pianist's face, scanning the crowd, etc.. but in this case it's well worth it to see the faces he makes and the audience's reaction.

Linky: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6lzxQP1cf08
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Re: Recommend one artist

Postby rinsimyaldee » Sat Sep 20, 2008 3:44 pm UTC

Three Words. Sounds Like Chicken. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DHgouSnrLAk no video, but a good song. The band is now sadly defunct, but their stupidly awesome mix of Pirate-core, metal, ska and a touch of reggae just make this band awesome. also, they are aussie, so extra points. also, they use creative commons. extra extra points. really good, and i had just got their album in time for talk like a pirate day. Bonus.
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Re: Recommend one artist

Postby Bondidude » Wed Sep 24, 2008 3:02 pm UTC

I am! wrote:Okay. I can't do just one artist, but I'll try to minimize it.

Bandits of the Acoustic Revolution

The precursor to Streetlight Manifesto, they are basically a punk orchestra. Unfortunately, they only released one EP ever, even though it was like 20 minutes long. Basically, new god.


Streetlight and BOTAR are LOOOOVE.

Good to see a fellow fan on here.

As for my recomendation, I've been listening to Atmosphere a lot lately.

Slug has a great story telling ability, his lyrics on The Lucy Ford EP are astounding. Especially on "Nothing But Sunshine" where he tells the story of his troubled childhood. Gives a nice perspective on the man.
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Re: Recommend one artist

Postby LittleKey » Wed Sep 24, 2008 6:44 pm UTC

I'm going to recommend Los Campesinos! I don't know how to classify them, they're a nice indie band. Try You! Me! Dancing!, it's my favorite song of theirs.

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Postby Bondidude » Wed Sep 24, 2008 7:03 pm UTC

Sprocket wrote:
Rippy wrote:Yes, Cake is awesome also. :D Nugget is teh shit, only RATM has repeated the f-bomb more times in one song that I know of, and still made an awesome song out of it.


Their fourth album is SOOOOOOO good! (it was one of those, I love this band, but maybe they will let me down...NOPE! Better than ever!)

I have all their albums, And their fifth(Pressure Cheif: '04) album is so bad.... :-(

But the rest of their stuff is AWESOME! Comfort Eagle is their best, though. it's SO GOOD!

I think I need to listen to Motorcade of Generosity ('94) again. I hardly even think of it. I usually just think of Prolonging the Magic('98), Fashion Nugget('96) and Comfort Eagle('01).

They are one of my favorite bands. They played here for free the first year I lived here, but I missed it, because I had no one to go with and felt akward going alone. It was free too.

It freaks me out how well Amazon works. I look at a cake cd and it tells me other people who bought it also bought a Beck cd. Granted I don't like Odelay much, but I Beck is another one of my favorite bands. It was also the Cake cd I don't like though, so it makes sense.

SHNIKIES! B-Sides!



The B-Sides CD is GREAT.

It has an awesome cover of War Pigs by Black Sabbath and also some Country covers.

God, I love when Cake does old country.
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Re: Recommend one artist

Postby aaron » Wed Sep 24, 2008 11:24 pm UTC

Blinke wrote:The Gaslight Anthem. I've seen them been mentioned before but not in this thread. Really amazing band and they've yet to release a bad song.

The '59 Sound

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I'da Called You Woody, Joe


i mentioned them in the "what are you listening to now?" thread ;)

they're good stuff. i love '59 sound. old white lincoln is great too.

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Re: Recommend one artist

Postby Bondidude » Fri Sep 26, 2008 1:39 pm UTC

Steve Burns - The former Blues Clues star is in fact not dead of a drug overdose. He's living a happy and healthy life recording and performing music for adults now. His album Songs for Dustmites is well worth giving a listen if you're a fan of the Flaming Lips, as he worked with Steve Drozd, prolific producer for the Flaming Lips, on this album. He's also got a new one coming out soon, and I personally can't wait for it. For the most part it's some nice laid back music, but it does have some more rockin' tracks on it.
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Re: Recommend one artist

Postby tomdavi » Fri Sep 26, 2008 6:31 pm UTC

I'll say Billy Joel with Pianoman. It is one of the best songs I have ever heard and pretty much everything else he has recorded seems fantastic to me as well.
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Re: Recommend one artist

Postby ParanoidAndroid » Sun Sep 28, 2008 4:29 am UTC

Voxtrot

Just way too catchy. Give them a listen.

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Re: Recommend one artist

Postby King of Frogs » Sun Sep 28, 2008 12:36 pm UTC

Hmm, I found Voxtrot a little dull, sorry.

I'd like to recommend a band called Lumsk, they're kinda Norwegian folk-rock, with a female vocalist who has an absolutely beautiful soprano voice. Unless you can speak Norwegian, you won't be able to understand what they're singing about, but as you can tell from the link below, you don't really need to.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9nDcSX0wW0o
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Re: Recommend one artist

Postby Blinke » Sun Sep 28, 2008 6:04 pm UTC

ParanoidAndroid wrote:Voxtrot

Just way too catchy. Give them a listen.

Just did, and I love it. Thanks for recommending them.

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Postby Hellaphunt » Mon Sep 29, 2008 5:11 pm UTC

crazyjimbo wrote:The National. How these guys are not huge by now I don't know (listen until after the shouting).

More here.


I love The National. Secret Meeting is my favorite.
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Re: Recommend one artist

Postby Hellaphunt » Mon Sep 29, 2008 5:20 pm UTC

talibanned wrote:MF Doom
- cut and paste hiphop (aka Viktor Vaughn or Dumile) born London UK, based in the US.


Doom is uncontested in hip-hop, IMO. His comic book-themed music and lyrics sold me.

Bear Police wrote:Girl Talk.

He is a former biomedical engineering turned electronic musician who makes complex mash-ups of popular and indie music. His best albums are Night Ripper and Feed the Animals, the latter of which is available for free on his site.

Over all, one cool fuckin dude.

Here's a song.


Girl Talk - Night Ripper was an awesome album. I started listening to his stuff around the same time I discovered M83. M83's Before the Dawn Heals Us is great.


Hello,

This will be my first post and within it I would like to recommend more than one artist.
Some of the best music can be found in those that aren't spoiled by the juggernaut demand of the simpler masses.
Try these out:

Razorlight, Doves, Sparklehorse, Bell X1, The Klaxons, Arcade Fire, DeVotchka, Beirut, Hooverphonic, The National, Apes and Androids, Hard-Fi, Earlimart, The Black Heart Procession, The Twilight Sad, The New Pornographers, Muse (although popular, can't deny their greatness [exclude Black Holes and Revelations]), The Editors, Interpol, The Do, The Mars Volta (mostly an aqcuired taste [The Widow is grand!]), Radiohead (a must). I have many more, but I don't want this list to look too long.

Thanks for considering. It's most of these bands are not as popular as they should be, but I'm glad because they tend to lose their appeal once dried out by the limelight.

Enjoi!
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Re: Recommend one artist

Postby nsmjohn » Mon Sep 29, 2008 6:44 pm UTC

I have three:

Sigur Ros - An Icelandic band, made the track in the Prince of Persia gameplay video. Very soothing, can't classify.
Fort Minor - Mike Shinoda of Linkin Park, music is mostly Hip-Hop/Rap but lyrics are usually good.
Puscifer - Maynard's (lead singer of Tool/A Perfect Circle) new side project. Prog/Experimental Rock.
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Re: Recommend one artist

Postby charliepanayi » Mon Sep 29, 2008 7:42 pm UTC

The Delgados - brilliant (and sadly now split up) Scottish band, with some gorgeous male and female vocals, and typically luxurious production from Dave Fridmann. Their album The Great Eastern is especially worth a listen, one of my favourite albums of the decade so far.

And I'll second the mentions of The National, Modest Mouse and Los Campesinos! on this page.
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Re: Recommend one artist

Postby blakat1313 » Tue Sep 30, 2008 12:46 am UTC

Epica They're a Dutch metal/symphony band. I'm still not sure how that combination works.

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Re: Recommend one artist

Postby Quadropus » Tue Sep 30, 2008 9:34 pm UTC

Aphex Twin.

The song "Yellow Tax" is pretty much a sonic-orgasm. I mean really... harsh tasty electronic beats are there to be had. There is also a lot of really ambient stuff which is amazing.

In all, some of my favourite music out of everything methinks.
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Re: Recommend one artist

Postby Günter » Wed Oct 01, 2008 4:42 am UTC

My favorite band seems to change every few months, but Dan Le Sac vs. Scroobius Pip will always hold a special place in my heart. If you heard "Thou Shalt Always Kill" and was turned off their music, you owe yourself a second look.

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Re: Recommend one artist

Postby Smok3y » Wed Oct 01, 2008 9:28 pm UTC

Freezepop! without a doubt my favorite band. They've gained some much needed notoriety thanks to the popularity of GH1/2 and Rock Band, but they still don't get enough love.

Recommended geeky(ish) themed songs:
I'm not your gameboy
Do you like my wang?
Science Genius Girl (Also, everyone should play FreQuency once in their lives. It has this song in the first stage.)
Robotron 2000


http://www.freezepop.com/

Hopefully going to see them live in Richmond, VA some time this month.

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Re: Recommend one artist

Postby Gaz » Thu Oct 02, 2008 12:57 am UTC

I'll stick my hand up for Powderfinger. Powderfinger is one of those cherished Aussie rock bands, which I find annoying because about half their discography is complete crap. The Internationalist came out and some people listened, but when Odyssey Number Five came out they made an album basically made of kick-arse singles. Then came Vulture Street which I really enjoyed and thought was their best album. I haven't actually got their latest album but I love the singles. Lead singer also has his own little thing going, but once again I've only heard the singles but they're pretty good.

Basically Youtube the following songs and "Powderfinger" and you'll get the general idea of the band.

Pre-Odyssey
"Pick You Up"
Odyssey
"Waiting for the Sun"
"My Happiness"
"The Metre"
"Like a Dog"
"My Kind of Scene"
"These Days"
"Thrilloilogy"
Post-Odyssey
"Sunsets"
"Lost and Running"
"I Don't Remember"
Bernard Fanning solo stuff
"Wish You Well"

There are more singles and obviously the songs on the albums but this will give you a decent idea. Except for Vulture Street and Parables (crap), which are more rocking albums. The solo stuff is more acoustic. Start with Odyssey singles like "My Happiness".
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Re: Recommend one artist

Postby Vox Imperatoris » Thu Oct 02, 2008 3:54 am UTC

Smok3y wrote:Freezepop! without a doubt my favorite band. They've gained some much needed notoriety thanks to the popularity of GH1/2 and Rock Band, but they still don't get enough love.

Recommended geeky(ish) themed songs:
I'm not your gameboy
Do you like my wang?
Science Genius Girl (Also, everyone should play FreQuency once in their lives. It has this song in the first stage.)
Robotron 2000


http://www.freezepop.com/

Hopefully going to see them live in Richmond, VA some time this month.

Freezepop is good! I like the song Manipulate and Parlez-Vous Freezepop?.

The song Rainbow to the Stars (2003 version) by the group Dune I have in my sig is also good.
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Re: Recommend one artist

Postby seawolf167 » Thu Oct 02, 2008 1:56 pm UTC

Although I know probably everyone here has heard of them & prob has their music already (whether you like it or not) I've gotta link this (& recommend) because their new album just came out a 'lil while ago.

Basshunter
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Re: Recommend one artist

Postby Anemia » Fri Oct 03, 2008 7:30 am UTC

I recommend the Crüxshadows. It's one of my favorite band, I went to poland to see them. And as usually they were Great :mrgreen:. According to me their best song is "Winterborn". The play kind of darkwave-ebm synth or something like that :) And it's definatly "happinessmusic"

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Re: Recommend one artist

Postby mywintercap » Sat Oct 04, 2008 3:09 pm UTC

I recommend Barenaked Ladies.

Usually when I introduce them to my friends, I try and play up the serious side, and I'm like, "No! They're not just a novelty act. Here, listen to War on Drugs, This Is Where It Ends, Break Your Heart, etc. All these songs are super depressing!" But now I think I've convinced a few people that they are like the saddest band in the world, so I'm not sure if I should play that up or of I should say, "And they forget the words all the time and make up songs on the spot that are really funny. And they did One Week! That's a funny song, yeah?"

So, if you like pop music in general, I think you'd like Barenaked Ladies. They're all kinds of funny and all kinds of serious, and just awesome. Also they have now been a band for 20 years which is pretty cool.
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