Discussion in 'Music & Sound' started by Rmania, Jul 1, 2016.
Wow! Liked it!
That a pinball game could have good music.
Check this out B)
Eskimo Callboy- Crystals.
Pretty much mostly listen to metal, but this is a nice blend of EDM and hardcore.
2016 election results are what I recently discovered and I absolutely love it!
Years ago I rescued a a pile of old vinyl LP albums that someone had set out with their trash to be sent to the landfill. I stopped my car and piled all the LPs in, figuring I'd get around to them eventually. Most of them I went through long ago, but I recently got around to cleaning and listening to one of the straggler albums, and went out after that to buy four more albums from the band. They are The Pentangle, a tight-sounding jazz-influenced British folk rock act whose sound and ethos seemed watercolored (as most popular culture was at that time) by a bit of the psychedelic.
I love what these guys were doing (and how), and I've enjoyed recognizing their sound as the roots for later music I already knew and loved.
Stumbled across this a few days ago, and now... yep, stuck in my head... Turns out I like these musical freaks.
Yes yes! I just came across them too! Love them so much, bought 2 of their albums.
That song was the first one I saw from them too!
This is a fantastic song, I used to have this on repeat non-stop a few months ago.
Recently I've become slightly addicted to the Initial D anime and the music associated to that... I'm not talking about the running in the 90's meme (although it isn't a bad song)
I'm talking about this:
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This one is the calmest of the three, but still sounds cool.
This one always cheers me up It sounds so happy!
And this is like just all kinds of awesome.
I really think it sounds really good, even though I don't understand a word of Japanese, and the English words strewn throughout the songs are kinda flawed. Count me as a fan of this.
Probably the Portland metal/noise label Vrasubatlat, particularly these guys. This stuff can take paint off your walls.
A band called Bridges to Nowhere.
It's not too bad.
im loving post modernjukebox covers, they make everythingnbetter!
TOPAZ... Really weird but good.
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