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Old 08-09-2003, 11:14 AM   #1
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Default Help me find some new music...

I've been running out of music to listen to, and the new stuff is pretty much crap.

Currently I listen to all sorts of stuff, from coldplay to linkin park to eminem.

Couple conditions though. I cannot stand hard rock that has no melody and where the lyrics are unintelligable. No RAH RAH RAH RAH GRRR ARRGG music. I also cannot stand rap that has no good beats, and generally don't like rap that is about the same old ****, i.e. look at all mah bling and all dees hoes yo.

Catchy melodies are nice. I also enjoy techno and trance for my driving.

So give me your songs, I need some new music.
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Old 08-09-2003, 11:23 AM   #2
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Band Name - Song Title (if more than one song a comma seperates them)

All of these bands are pretty much EBM and/or industrial. Some of them veer more towards straight out techno, while others are more noise/industrial sounding.

Covenant - Dead Stars, Call the Ships to Port, Stalker (club remix)

God Module - Silence

Feindflug - Stukas, Kahle Bedrohung, Blutorgel

Funker Vogt - Gunman, Tragic Hero, Killing Fields, Under Deck

Epsilon Minus - Just Another Long Shot

Wolfsheim - Find You're Gone, Heroin She Said

VNV Nation - Saviour, Kingdom

Statemachine - Thermal Noise

The Galan Pixs - Use the Flashlight, Acid anger

Mesh - Headstone, You Didn't Want Me, I Fall Over

De/Vision - Get Over the Wall, Sweet Life, Foreigner

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Old 08-09-2003, 11:38 AM   #3
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some of my picks - hope i'm not overstepping any bounds, as i'm new here.

catchy alt-rock like coldplay:
doves (one of my favorites, very similar to coldplay)
muse (like radiohead, but easier to swallow for some)
remy zero (similar to the last two, a bit more progressive)
death cab for cutie (very indie, also very catchy and smart)
stereolab (one of the best bands to have ever existed, some incredibly interesting stuff)

harder stuff:
black rebel motorcycle club (they'll fit your request i believe)

rap/r&b
common (i just bought 'electric circus' and i really dig it)
massive attack (great stuff, great beats, interesting contributing artists, personal fave album - mezzanine)

as far as some older more established stuff, have you heard, or do you like (and if not, definitely worth finding some samples): radiohead, sunny day real estate, blur, the underworld, tool, yo la tengo, weezer, sugar/bob mould/husker du, the replacements, wilco, ben folds five, eels, lenny kravitz, jane's addiction, velocity girl, bjork/the sugarcubes...
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Old 08-09-2003, 01:15 PM   #4
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Flightless...I'm surprised. You've just stated(minus about three recomendations) a playlist of artists very similar to what I usually recommend.

Through the large group of musical devotees we have on this board, most of those bands would have come up, but few would have agreed with almost all of them.

On a side note, if you want a good radio station to listen to for all of those artists(yes...pretty much all of them), try 97X . They have a streaming audio signal on various formats. Probably one of the best stations out there. Luckily for me, I live near it so I can listen via my radio as well as my computer.
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Old 08-09-2003, 01:54 PM   #5
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Give Liquid Tension Experiment a try. All instrumental - guitar, keyboard, and drums. Excellent stuff ranging from down and dirty metal sounding to seriously beautiful ballads. My three favorites by them are Biaxident, Kindred Spirits, and Another Dimension.

Good driving music too.
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Old 08-09-2003, 03:08 PM   #6
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thanks charge.
that's still a really narrow slice of what i listen to.

i'll check out that station when i'm not at work.
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Old 08-09-2003, 03:18 PM   #7
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These are sorta punk-ish, I'm not sure if that's what you're into. I'm using the same format as Funker.

Cursive - Some Red Handed Sleight of Hand, Driftwood

Coheed and Cambria - Hearshot Kid Disaster

Thursday - Jet Black New Year


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Old 08-09-2003, 08:05 PM   #8
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Wumpscut (for angst-filled moody German techno-industrial)

or Front Line Assembly (if you want the somewhat poppier version)

who are also related to Delerium (side project, kinda like Enigma or Dead Can Dance)

KMFDM for the 'ultra heavy beats'

Baka Beyond (who is currently playing at EPCOT) is phenominal world music combining African and Celtic beats with acoustic guitar and jazz bass

Other than that, I agree whole-heartedly that the current state of pop music is pretty bleak. I tend to stick to underground artists or things I 'discover' at random. There's a lot out there, but most of the good stuff will never be played on the radio....
I would suggest hitting your local used music store. Good luck!
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Old 08-11-2003, 12:01 PM   #9
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Give Liquid Tension Experiment a try. All instrumental - guitar, keyboard, and drums. Excellent stuff ranging from down and dirty metal sounding to seriously beautiful ballads. My three favorites by them are Biaxident, Kindred Spirits, and Another Dimension.

Good driving music too.
The guys from Liquid Tension Experiment are also in Dream Theater and Office of Strategic Influence. All good prog-metal bands. If you like one you'll probably like them all.
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Old 08-11-2003, 12:03 PM   #10
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check these out... rock... just had new cd's come out


The Butterfly Effect

and

Level

I dont oknw if the albums are in stores yet.... but check em out, pretty good stuff
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Old 08-11-2003, 12:34 PM   #11
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Evanescence (not that new but really good)
Trapt
Greenwheel
Breaking Benjamin
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Old 08-11-2003, 01:11 PM   #12
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for smart hiphop:

El-P - Fantastic Damage
Aesop Rock - Labor Days
Murs - The End Of The Beginning

Murs is the most "normal" of the three. El-P's record is tough to get into, but the dude was in Company Flow so you know he's good.

and i think the new Thrice record is catchy as hell.
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Old 08-11-2003, 01:20 PM   #13
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Sam Roberts - Im usually not a big fan of new stuff, but they do rock, not hard rock, but great melodies, not cheesy, great singing and original

Paloalto - Another band that had great melodies, and not hard core stuff, but plenty of good rock, almost Radioheadish, but more guitar oriented with melodies.

Also heard a good song on the radio by a band called "Rooney" no idea how to spell it, but has a very 50s-modern sound to it, check it out, hope youre not dissapointed.
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Old 08-11-2003, 01:48 PM   #14
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Guitar:
Minus the Bear
Ted Leo/Pharmacists
Les Savy Fav
+/-(plus minus)
The Decemberists
Calexico
Broken Social Scene
The Jim Yoshi Pile Up

Guitar + Keyboard:
The Album Leaf
To Rococo Rot
The Notwist
The Postal Service
Out Hud
!!!

Keyboard:
Prefuse 73
Royksopp
Akufen
Matthew Herbert
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