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12-08-2011, 01:26 PM
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Been a big Black Keys fan for years so it's no surprise that their new album has been running nonstop the last few days.


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Hey Gopher, been listening to Less Than Jake all the last week. I stopped following punk after about 98, anything worth checking out in that time?

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can't remember when they were around but I found CDs from Pully, Zoinks, and Diesel Boy when looking for drill bits!

They were pretty good.

NSFW but Diesel Boy's "Titty Twister" was a song I played over and over and over again

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Sorry, he's a Canadian, and this is from Phoenix but

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Hey Gopher, been listening to Less Than Jake all the last week. I stopped following punk after about 98, anything worth checking out in that time?
anything by Streetlight Manifesto. Literally anything.


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12-17-2011, 10:10 AM
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Funny because I just got turned on to them on Spotify. Good stuff though.

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Funny because I just got turned on to them on Spotify. Good stuff though.
Their last album "99 Songs of Revolution" is all covers, good ones at that.

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12-17-2011, 04:19 PM
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All this pop-punk talk made me think of one of my favorite guilty pleasures during my most impassioned black and death metal years...


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I'm always looking for new music and this is a late submission (inspired by The Current asking listeners to submit their list).

My Top Ten for 2011:

01. Samiam - Trips
02. Cobra Skulls - Agitations
03. Wilco - The Whole Love
04. The Dead Milkmen - The King in Yellow
05. The Dwarves - Born Again
06. The Horrible Crowes - Elsie
07. Over the Rhine - The Long Surrender
08. This Will Destroy You - Tunnel Blanket
09. J Mascis - Several Shades of Why
10. Lupe Fiasco - Lasers

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All this pop-punk talk made me think of one of my favorite guilty pleasures during my most impassioned black and death metal years...

Right on man! Yeah, that first album* was the only one I ever really liked by Lagwagon.

* - I find myself thinking that way about a lot of music and feel like such a Hipster saying it. Ha ha.

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I'm a huge music junkie and old enough now that "they don't make em like they used to" comes into play. Meaning, all my favorite bands are broken up or past their prime and all the best albums are from my youth.

But 2011 has two releases that are in my top 5 all time, easily:

Dance Gavin Dance - Downtown Battle Mountain II
Post-punk/screamo with amazing R&B vocals combined with some of the best and most creative musicians with extremely deep songs. The back half of the album is Abbey Road good in terms of flow. Well better than Abbey Road IMO because it's far more moving.





Sleeping at Last - Yearbook

Polar opposite in terms of intensity and style, but even deeper emotionally are songwriting is some of the best I've ever heard. Execution and production is flawless. This is the music that all the hipster folk wishes it was. Completely devoid of hooks, all substance. Brilliant concept of releasing three songs per month (36 amazing songs) instead of one album with half a dozen good songs and half a dozen crap.

Highly recommend you buy it from his website and support him. I bought both the box set and the limited edition cover art, which is gorgeous.








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At The Drive-In are reuniting. Woo hoo!


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Never got into them.

Now if Mars Volta would bring back Jon Theodore for a tour and they still had the energy they did 8 years ago I'd pay 50-100 bucks for a ticket.

Still can't believe I turned down their Quest show back in summer 2003...to run errands.

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http://simplesong.theshins.com/

New Shins single. I like it! I've been looking forward to a new album for quite some time, and it sounds like it should be pretty good.


EDIT: Here's a YT version.


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Great version of this song from a great band.

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Damn you Jack Johnson...for making me buy so much of your music...






I only have two of his albums so far...but I will more than likely be buying more in the next few months. So simple and so good.

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Haven't posted in this thread yet - figured I should.

My music preferences have changed pretty frequently throughout my life. I used to be really into metal, rock, and alternative. Right now I'm beginning to enjoy electronic, dubstep, and hip-hop. I've always really been drawn to political/activist music, such as Rage Against the Machine, Bob Dylan, Sage Francis, System of a Down, etc.

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(great live performance)

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01-30-2012, 10:21 PM
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Minnesota, I never saw your post. I was actually coming to post a cover sang by Ellie Goulding! Haha. I don't know if you people have heard the original by Midlake but her cover is mind blowing.


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Love her voice.

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Mashups that have "Lights" in them?






/flicks his phone over to 3lau for work this morning...

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Sometimes feel I'm sooo confined. Old school music only..
But these do still rock, so forgive me!



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Haven't posted in this thread yet - figured I should.

My music preferences have changed pretty frequently throughout my life. I used to be really into metal, rock, and alternative. Right now I'm beginning to enjoy electronic, dubstep, and hip-hop. I've always really been drawn to political/activist music, such as Rage Against the Machine, Bob Dylan, Sage Francis, System of a Down, etc.
That Rage Against / Killin In The Name of -live kicks some ***! Just Great!

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Haven't posted in this thread yet - figured I should.

My music preferences have changed pretty frequently throughout my life. I used to be really into metal, rock, and alternative. Right now I'm beginning to enjoy electronic, dubstep, and hip-hop. I've always really been drawn to political/activist music, such as Rage Against the Machine, Bob Dylan, Sage Francis, System of a Down, etc.
Queens of the Stone Age, Tool, Perfect Circle, Radiohead, Rage and DJ Shadow all in one post? We have very similar tastes. Let's be friends.

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Sometimes feel I'm sooo confined. Old school music only..
But these do still rock, so forgive me!
Love Jimi Hendrix too.

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Love Jimi Hendrix too.
Yeah, this almost "bothers" me. A legend long ago played some guitar.. and still no one has surpassed him. SRV or Jeff Healey maybe came close. Sometimes I'm "almost bored" of Jimi because he's a legend and we've heard so many times everything he did again and again.

But got to admit, he does his thing better than anyone... . Modern guitarists are maybe cleaner or more technical, but overall performance, skill, soul plus some roughness.. ..It's hard to explain. You can't copy the original. Many times i'm lookin for some new things, but still love Jimi in the end.

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