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#823415 | Sun - Feb 12 2012 - 06:12:49
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New Burial EP that goes by the name Kindred consists of a sick trio of proven Burial-quality.
I won't really bother describing this, just recommend you to get it.

9.2/10

Burial - Loner
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PvjBKODYvPg
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#823439 | Sun - Feb 12 2012 - 17:01:26
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Hear of-

Errors (electro version of mogwai)
Gonjasufi (like a male fever ray)
Three Trapped Tigers (maths rock/electro punk?)
Dan Le Sac vs Scroopius pip (hip hop/electro punk?)
Ghostpoet (poetry with beat)
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#823502 | Mon - Feb 13 2012 - 10:14:14
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Quote (Mushroomz @ Mon - Feb 13 2012 - 00:01:26)
Hear of-

Errors (electro version of mogwai)
Gonjasufi (like a male fever ray)
Three Trapped Tigers (maths rock/electro punk?)
Dan Le Sac vs Scroopius pip (hip hop/electro punk?)
Ghostpoet (poetry with beat)


Only know Gonjasufi and Ghostpoet from that bunch. Three Trapped Tigers sounded pretty interesting, so did Errors. They both had some pretty trippy videos on youtube. Proal have to download something from them.

Oh yeah I think someone showed me this like years ago:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yoN6XfyQsr4

Didn't recognize the name but recognized the video
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#823513 | Mon - Feb 13 2012 - 12:04:28
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Quote (Norse @ Mon - Feb 13 2012 - 10:14:14)
Quote (Mushroomz @ Mon - Feb 13 2012 - 00:01:26)
Hear of-

Errors (electro version of mogwai)
Gonjasufi (like a male fever ray)
Three Trapped Tigers (maths rock/electro punk?)
Dan Le Sac vs Scroopius pip (hip hop/electro punk?)
Ghostpoet (poetry with beat)


Only know Gonjasufi and Ghostpoet from that bunch. Three Trapped Tigers sounded pretty interesting, so did Errors. They both had some pretty trippy videos on youtube. Proal have to download something from them.

Oh yeah I think someone showed me this like years ago:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yoN6XfyQsr4

Didn't recognize the name but recognized the video


Brliiliant message, they're excellent live, their other songs are bit louder and faster
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#823709 | Thu - Feb 16 2012 - 13:02:14
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New Busdriver album called Beaus$Eros is pretty weird compared to his earlier stuff, even considering he has his own take on hip-hop. I think there are some really strong tracks but some boring and weak tracks so let's just call it interesting. A lot more electronic than I could expect. Maybe it'll grow on me.

7.2/10

Busdriver - Utilitarian Uses of Love
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UMeduF_Uu48

Compared to his earlier, rapid-fire style:

Busdriver - Imaginary Places
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HpP-8tJ-9Js

Also downloaded Nite Jewel - One Second of Love just based on the nodata comments. I just feel good listening to this album. The tags for this album were pretty extreme along the lines of 'avantgarde' and 'new weird america'. Those tags make me think of some drugged up bullshit, but I think this album was actually a very easy and pleasant listen. Of course mostly because she has a great voice. Some songs have a Joy Division vibe to them, just imagine Ian Curtis singing instead of her in this song.

Again, not sure if this is even released since I couldn't find most of the songs on youtube. This song was apparently a single released months ago.

8.4/10

Nite Jewel - One Second Of Love
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U6UiZ6QOXRk
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#823742 | Thu - Feb 16 2012 - 19:41:53
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so excited for upcoming weeks/months

got tickets for cursive on monday, rebelution on thursday, flogging molly in march, sasquatch festival in may

wooooooohoooo

makes up for missing wilco, i guess
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#823743 | Thu - Feb 16 2012 - 19:44:50
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Quote (lobb @ Thu - Feb 16 2012 - 16:41:53)
so excited for upcoming weeks/months

got tickets for cursive on monday, rebelution on thursday, flogging molly in march, sasquatch festival in may

wooooooohoooo

makes up for missing wilco, i guess


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=71wFUYUbtjs&feature=relmfu

rebelution is basically generic stoner reggae but all my friends are super into them so why not. fun shows at least
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#824179 | Tue - Feb 21 2012 - 04:19:20
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missed cursive's opener and the first 5 minutes of their set, but they were great. only like 75 people tops at the show, but everyone was into it and great banter was had
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#824182 | Tue - Feb 21 2012 - 10:04:48
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I really liked Rebelution
Cursive sound a bit like The Good Life
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#824327 | Thu - Feb 23 2012 - 08:33:48
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Day 5(?)
Nodata still down. No sight of new, free music. I'm starting to lose hope.
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#824343 | Thu - Feb 23 2012 - 12:29:36
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Need to study a lot in the upcoming week or three. Listening to Pantha du Prince - Black Noise (2010) on the background. So calming but powerful, for example the track Satellite Sniper still takes me by surprise with that avalanche of a bass. One of my favorite and most-played albums. What I think is unique about Pantha du Prince in general is that he somehow stretches the timing subtly every time he brings in a new element (making you appreciate it even more) instead of throwing it in your face, or being as predictable as 90s German happy techno, like a lot of electronic music does. Also the random clicking and ambient sounds on the background help create a "landscape" and make it sound a lot more than a sum of its parts. I've found similar producers, like Sten, but nothing quite like this man.

9.3/10

Pantha du Prince - Satellite Sniper
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=igtKoPkx3ek
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#824351 | Thu - Feb 23 2012 - 14:02:11
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Quote (Norse @ Thu - Feb 23 2012 - 08:33:48)
Day 5(?)
Nodata still down. No sight of new, free music. I'm starting to lose hope.


Piratebay still works
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#824352 | Thu - Feb 23 2012 - 14:32:56
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Quote (Mushroomz @ Thu - Feb 23 2012 - 21:02:11)
Quote (Norse @ Thu - Feb 23 2012 - 08:33:48)
Day 5(?)
Nodata still down. No sight of new, free music. I'm starting to lose hope.


Piratebay still works


Yeah but piratebay doesn't have half the stuff on nodata.
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#824410 | Thu - Feb 23 2012 - 21:58:21
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Quote (Norse @ Thu - Feb 23 2012 - 12:29:36)
Need to study a lot in the upcoming week or three. Listening to Pantha du Prince - Black Noise (2010) on the background. So calming but powerful, for example the track Satellite Sniper still takes me by surprise with that avalanche of a bass. One of my favorite and most-played albums. What I think is unique about Pantha du Prince in general is that he somehow stretches the timing subtly every time he brings in a new element (making you appreciate it even more) instead of throwing it in your face, or being as predictable as 90s German happy techno, like a lot of electronic music does. Also the random clicking and ambient sounds on the background help create a "landscape" and make it sound a lot more than a sum of its parts. I've found similar producers, like Sten, but nothing quite like this man.

9.3/10

Pantha du Prince - Satellite Sniper
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=igtKoPkx3ek


like :thumbsup:
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#824528 | Fri - Feb 24 2012 - 11:18:41
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Heard M83's Midnight City on the radio during my driver's test today. If you had asked me two years ago could M83 get radio plays in Finland, I probably would've said 'Hell no'. Maybe it's because of the upcoming gig in Helsinki.

Quote (MoS. @ Fri - Feb 24 2012 - 04:58:21)
Quote (Norse @ Thu - Feb 23 2012 - 12:29:36)
Need to study a lot in the upcoming week or three. Listening to Pantha du Prince - Black Noise (2010) on the background. So calming but powerful, for example the track Satellite Sniper still takes me by surprise with that avalanche of a bass. One of my favorite and most-played albums. What I think is unique about Pantha du Prince in general is that he somehow stretches the timing subtly every time he brings in a new element (making you appreciate it even more) instead of throwing it in your face, or being as predictable as 90s German happy techno, like a lot of electronic music does. Also the random clicking and ambient sounds on the background help create a "landscape" and make it sound a lot more than a sum of its parts. I've found similar producers, like Sten, but nothing quite like this man.

9.3/10

Pantha du Prince - Satellite Sniper
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=igtKoPkx3ek


like :thumbsup:


Glad you like it.
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#824847 | Mon - Feb 27 2012 - 05:32:02
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Fucking obligatory army shit, can't go to Flow Festival this fall.
Some new artists to the line-up:
A$AP ROCKY (USA)
THE WAR ON DRUGS (USA)
ST. VINCENT (USA)
FOUR TET & CARIBOU DJ-SET (UK/CAN)
ONEOHTRIX POINT NEVER (USA)
SIINAI

This also took me by surprise:
Feb 22 2012: MICHAEL GIRA (USA) COMING TO HELSINKI

Swans vocalist Michael Gira have been confirmed to headline Folks-Festarit at Korjaamo on Saturday 21st of April. The American musician will play an acoustic solo concert.

I need to move to Helsinki.
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#824966 | Mon - Feb 27 2012 - 18:42:25
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i want to see rocky so bad


just got my sasquatch ticket in the mail today though, very excited. was kinda expensive ($315) but its 4 days + camping with friends

shins are headlining everything else is just a bonus


e/ also rella is pretty entertaining, that video is nuts

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#825055 | Tue - Feb 28 2012 - 06:32:32
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Quote (lobb @ Tue - Feb 28 2012 - 01:42:25)
i want to see rocky so bad


just got my sasquatch ticket in the mail today though, very excited. was kinda expensive ($315) but its 4 days + camping with friends

shins are headlining everything else is just a bonus


e/ also rella is pretty entertaining, that video is nuts


Just checked the line-up, pretty sweet.

I'm currently trying to find more female singers, here's some female-fronted bands/artists I like:
Grimes, Zola Jesus, Feist, Karin Dreijer-Andersson (Fever Ray, The Knife), Via Tania, LCMDF (alias Le Corps Mince de Francoise, ridiculously uplifting Finnish electro-pop), Mint Julep, Nite Jewel

Feel free to suggest me anything.
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#825056 | Tue - Feb 28 2012 - 07:36:22
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Hope Sandoval (Mazzy Star)
Low (Both male and female vocals)
Band of Skulls (again both, and quite rocky compared to the rest a part from this song "Honest" that i loved)
The Concretes (some of it kind of poppy)
Gregory and the Hawk (really chilled)
Warpaint
My Brightest Diamond
Tilly and the Wall

Also didnt realize Karin Dreijer-Andersson was in both the Knife and Fever Ray, thats cool.
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#825096 | Tue - Feb 28 2012 - 15:36:37
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the wreckers
stars (male/female tradeoff poppy/sappy love songs ((i only have in our bedroom after the war, its very good)))
seconding warpaint/tilly and the wall/the knife
ghost mice [folk punk, forget her name but she sings on most songs. male/female duo]
this bike is a pipe bomb [folk punk, same stuff. little easier on the ears than ghost mice]
nana grizol/defiance, ohio - more folk punk/folk rock stuff, not really female fronted but ladies sing a couple songs/verses here and there, music is great too, some of my favorites. i would check them out regardless
matt & kim [great poppy duo]
danger mouse + daniele luppi have a pretty cool album out "rome"
CSS/cansei de ser sexy - poppy dance music, some cool music videos. [ http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7agPOt1XZz8&ob=av3e ]

idk. looking through my library i dont have many strictly female leads/singers besides things that i feel are probably too obvious to mention but most of the above minus the folk punk ones are probably in that same category of obvious [yeah yeah yeahs/rilo kiley/regina spektor/the fiery furnaces/eisley].

long list but definitely get stars, matt & kim, the wreckers if you can only grab 3

then grab the nana grizol/defiance, ohio ones just because they are awesome as fuck female leads or not
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#825098 | Tue - Feb 28 2012 - 15:37:12
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actually thinking about it you would probably like CSS the most so just disregard my whole post i am rambling about nothing to procrastinate
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Quote (Mushroomz @ Tue - Feb 28 2012 - 14:36:22)
Hope Sandoval (Mazzy Star)
Low (Both male and female vocals)
Band of Skulls (again both, and quite rocky compared to the rest a part from this song "Honest" that i loved)
The Concretes (some of it kind of poppy)
Gregory and the Hawk (really chilled)
Warpaint
My Brightest Diamond
Tilly and the Wall

Also didnt realize Karin Dreijer-Andersson was in both the Knife and Fever Ray, thats cool.


Quote (lobb @ Tue - Feb 28 2012 - 22:37:12)
actually thinking about it you would probably like CSS the most so just disregard my whole post i am rambling about nothing to procrastinate


I'm gonna look into these tomorrow anyways. Forgot to mention Warpaint on my list and I think I have some Stars album from a few years ago and I've heard of CSS but the rest is new to me. Also I have no idea why I like that Lykke Li's Wounded Rhymes album from 2011.

Edit number one thousand: There's some pretty sweet remixes of those Lykke Li songs aswell.

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#825120 | Tue - Feb 28 2012 - 19:00:06
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Had a propper look through itunes. Listening to the Knife now, most of these arent as good but see what you think.

Angus and Julia Stone, I really like them, similar to Stars.
Beach House
Cat Power
Chairlift (bit poppy)
Chromatics (Kinda like Fever Ray)
Delorean (some female vocals, remind me a bit of the Knife but more dancy)
The Duke Spirit
The Good Life, indie male/female vocals
Ida Maria
Jenny Lewis
Jonsi and Alex
Laura Marling
Marina and the Diamonds
Of Montreal probly already know
Pains of Being Pure at Heart
PJ Harvey probly already know
Raveonettes
Robyn, some are pop, some are pretty good
St. Vincent
Taken By Trees, Victoria Bergsman from the Concretes (Swedish)
Tresspassers Williams, similar to Mazzy Star, eerie, chilling, beautiful, trippy
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#825139 | Tue - Feb 28 2012 - 20:24:13
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jenny lewis is the chick from rilo kiley fyi toni so if you like her check both
cat power is gr8
raveonettes are also p decent
beach house so chillwave bruh
of montreal obvs
pains of being pure at heart are super great live a friend rec'd them to me
jonsi and alex i'm p sure alex isn't a girl its the dude from sigur ros + his bf [riceboy sleeps is their other name]

idk the others but that is a good list overall
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#825223 | Wed - Feb 29 2012 - 02:00:39
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do you guys like this band

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NJAEC1EOSXg
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#825229 | Wed - Feb 29 2012 - 05:15:57
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For some reason i just assumed Alex was a girl didnt realize jonsi was gay :donno:

Yeah ive been meaning to check out rilo kiley for while just havent got round to it.
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#825230 | Wed - Feb 29 2012 - 05:18:08
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Quote (randomtask @ Wed - Feb 29 2012 - 02:00:39)


This was the first thing i heard on this morning. Thanks. My ears feel one of charlie sheens whores
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#825499 | Fri - Mar 2 2012 - 07:16:13
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There is hope
http://nodata.tv/

As for those female vocalists, I didn't really find a lot of stuff I could fall in love with. Delorean was nice but not exactly what I had in mind, good stuff regardless. Also some of that stuff I was already aware of, like Beach House, Chairlift, The Raveonettes and Pains of Being Being a Hipster Pure at Heart. A lot of those singers had a great voice but they were accompanied by boring guitars and stuff like that. I guess my taste is kinda weird. :donno:

Might have to look more into Gregory and the Hawk.
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#825529 | Fri - Mar 2 2012 - 14:35:59
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Yeah i dont know many more of the likes of Zola Jesus and Fever Ray, its a fairly new genre but there must be more.
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#825530 | Fri - Mar 2 2012 - 14:38:48
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Just found something good. Listen to Grimes, its what you're looking!

Comes with a trippy video - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2-aWEYezEMk

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#825531 | Fri - Mar 2 2012 - 14:44:50
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Quote (Mushroomz @ Fri - Mar 2 2012 - 21:38:48)
Just found something good. Listen to Grimes, its what you're looking!

Comes with a trippy video - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2-aWEYezEMk


Yeah Grimes is one of my favorites, already had a post about her latest album in this topic.
Also I've listened to Feist - Metals a lot this week, good stuff.

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#825532 | Fri - Mar 2 2012 - 14:52:45
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Quote (Mushroomz @ Fri - Mar 2 2012 - 21:52:45)


Shiit, that's good. Pretty much exactly what I was looking for.
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#825535 | Fri - Mar 2 2012 - 15:05:52
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Also, Little Dragon might intrest you - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0Yeb3q5nqWA

Also, not female but you know SBTRKT, Caribou, Washed Out, Gold Panda

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#825557 | Fri - Mar 2 2012 - 17:57:39
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Also Active Child
Wild Beasts
Wild Nothin
Youth Lagoon
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#825566 | Fri - Mar 2 2012 - 18:47:43
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i dont listen to chillwave and synthpop and whatever else much idk sorry

i am in love with this video/song though, i think it needs 1 more verse but i have it on loop p much the last two days

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YXmo0zsG3q0&feature=youtu.be
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#825581 | Fri - Mar 2 2012 - 21:07:52
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Quote (lobb @ Fri - Mar 2 2012 - 18:47:43)
i dont listen to chillwave and synthpop and whatever else much idk sorry

i am in love with this video/song though, i think it needs 1 more verse but i have it on loop p much the last two days

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YXmo0zsG3q0&feature=youtu.be


Sounds good, I see what you mean about another verse.
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Quote (Mushroomz @ Sat - Mar 3 2012 - 00:57:39)
Also Active Child
Wild Beasts
Wild Nothin
Youth Lagoon


Youth Lagoon is pretty cool, the rest didn't really stand out for me. Some Active Child song sounded a bit like Telefon Tel Aviv.

Quote (Mushroomz @ Fri - Mar 2 2012 - 22:05:52)
Also, Little Dragon might intrest you - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0Yeb3q5nqWA

Also, not female but you know SBTRKT, Caribou, Washed Out, Gold Panda


Yeah I know those, used to listen to Caribou a lot. Gold Panda's DJ Kicks is pretty solid along with his other stuff. I think the album that brought SBTRKT to mainstream attention had way too many vocals in it, I liked his earlier stuff more, like the track Atomic Peace. Washed Out is good, but overrated imo.

Quote (lobb @ Sat - Mar 3 2012 - 01:47:43)
i dont listen to chillwave and synthpop and whatever else much idk sorry

i am in love with this video/song though, i think it needs 1 more verse but i have it on loop p much the last two days

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YXmo0zsG3q0&feature=youtu.be


Wow this is great, t4share.
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#825783 | Sun - Mar 4 2012 - 06:48:28
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She sound so lazy but I like this for whatever reason

Birds Escape - You Don't Know Me
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V3h2VyW_u1o
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#825790 | Sun - Mar 4 2012 - 11:43:43
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Will be downloading this soon, basically female version of Sigur Ros, kicks off at about 3 minutes

Jo Hamilton - Thinking of Me

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0fhSZVDPCog&feature=fvst
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#826000 | Tue - Mar 6 2012 - 13:31:07
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Listened to Band of Skulls album today.

I think this is a great example of good female rock vocals.

Band of Skulls - Blood
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FzqNpOqjx6M

Few other good ones are

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3atNdrkfj5A

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A-7EP6Gpm_0

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yQ2BZy7u_a8
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#826018 | Tue - Mar 6 2012 - 19:44:50
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need more alternative
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Quote (Raffles @ Tue - Mar 6 2012 - 19:44:50)
need more alternative


or grunge
NOT SEATTLE SOUND

some new shit
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#826232 | Fri - Mar 9 2012 - 06:31:18
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Feist - Metals seems to get better by every listen. All songs are solid and seems like there are no fillers. Dark at some points, but overall it's very powerful.

Feist - Circle Married the Line
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=opo3uBYJatI

Wrong title on youtube.

Also found a FLAC of Handbraekes (Oizo + Boys Noize) - #1 EP so I decided to give it another listen or two. It also gets better by every listen (same goes for anything Oizo-related tbh) but I can't get past the annoyingness of The Qat. Riho is a treat, Callgurls and Milc are solid.

Handbraekes - Milc
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gq9ahWNiKIw

First 30 seconds is so Surkin.

Quote (Mushroomz @ Sun - Mar 4 2012 - 18:43:43)
Will be downloading this soon, basically female version of Sigur Ros, kicks off at about 3 minutes

Jo Hamilton - Thinking of Me

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0fhSZVDPCog&feature=fvst


Pretty cool. The name seems vaguely familiar, I think one dude showed me a song of hers like a year or two ago. Very chill stuff.

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#827488 | Mon - Mar 19 2012 - 08:23:10
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Been listening to these guys a bit, you guys probably know these already.
Pretty unique tbh.

Eyedea & Abilities - By The Throat
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hK7lBMmGJiM

Listened to Eyedea a bit when I heard he died but never looked into his stuff more.

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#827498 | Mon - Mar 19 2012 - 09:48:09
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Wow this is great on so many levels, could you recommend some of his other good songs?
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#827499 | Mon - Mar 19 2012 - 10:15:42
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Quote (Mushroomz @ Mon - Mar 19 2012 - 16:48:09)
Wow this is great on so many levels, could you recommend some of his other good songs?


The whole By the Throat album is pretty great.
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