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Discussion in 'Music Forum' started by Melody Bot, Mar 13, 2015.

  1. PeacefulOrca

    Prestigious Prestigious

    Well, I found what she was saying and it seems like it gained 0 traction at all. Which is weird because the eversons were seemingly pretty popular where they're from. Add in the fact that she's a random shitposter who I would probably think is a bot if she didn't have so many selfies and it's an entirely odd situation. I hope one day we find out the truth one way or the other. It's so weird how little proof there is of anything she talks about as she makes it seem like it was so well known. Other than the one paragraph of an interview that she posted a small picture of, there wasn't anything and even that was snipped so it could be completely out of context. I don't get why she didn't post the whole thing, it would've definitely helped because I can't find any of this stuff at all. Maybe I'm missing something, someone will probably find it one day and post it here and that's all you can ask for.
  2. Vase Full Of Rocks

    Trusted Supporter

    Yeah, it's weird because if it was just her then I'd be like "okay, just a random chick dissing a band for some reason" and then listen to them again because I REALLY like the song "SPRORGNSM" but the fact that it's her and that other post on here as well as some random hits here and there lead me to believe that something happened.
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  3. PeacefulOrca

    Prestigious Prestigious

    Yea, I'd definitely like to hear where the two or three people here found out. Maybe there's something we just can't find that's much more expansive. Ugh.

    Someone should post it on their wiki and see what happens
    Vase Full Of Rocks likes this.
  4. SeeMoreGlass

    Come on life I'm ready for you...

    Been listening to Save Face's new album Merci all day and it is fantastic...

    Also, From now until July 20th, all proceeds from 'Merci' digital downloads will benefit The Trevor Project. During this time you can name your own price and Epitaph will match your amount.

    Merci, by Save Face
    Butinsmallsteps likes this.
  5. ParenthesesLive


    Where should I start with Kevin Devine?
  6. Butinsmallsteps

    Regular Supporter

    I second this soooo hard. It is incredible. I haven’t fallen for a band this hard since I heard microwave or the front bottoms for the first time.
  7. isthsthngloaded


    Hey guys!

    One of my good friends just released the first single for his solo project, J / M E S (formerly of Royal Pirates).

    It would be awesome if you guys could check it out and support him. We grew up playing music together covering the early november, thrice, tbs, etc. The music leans k-pop as he pursued a music career in Korea later, but the roots are definitely shared here with this community. Super hard-working, funny, talented dude. Recommend checking out his story if you get the chance as well. I just wanted to share and spread the love in the spirit of keeping the music alive.

  8. fluxyjoe

    the inner machinations of my mind are an enigma Supporter

    I started with Bubblegum and Bulldozer. The former showcases his heavier stuff more while the latter is more singer/songwriter. His latest, Instigator, is fantastic, though! Overall his stuff is pretty accessible no matter where you jump in. Enjoy! :)
  9. Blink182Bouncer


    Like Pacific's new album "In Spite Of Me" is absolutely crazy. For any fan of the 2013-2015 era of pop-punk this album is an absolute must-listen. Every song is catchy as fuck and is a killer follow up to Distant Like You Asked, taking it's strengths and backing it up with massive hooks and piercing lyrics.
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  10. Mrplum5089


    Any albums you chorus people love from a mainly lyrical standpoint? I’ve been listening to a ton of Julien Baker and Manchester Orchestra’s new albums and I just want more hard hitting stuff lol
  11. Nate_Johnson

    CCRN, MSN Supporter

    Svalbard: It's Hard to Have Hope (It's pretty heavy but you can't get any more blunt lyrically)
    Mrplum5089 likes this.
  12. Mrplum5089


    That’s blunt all right, planning on adopting a Pit Bull soon so “for the sake of the breed” hit home pretty hard.
    Nate_Johnson likes this.
  13. heroinman


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  14. Colin Your Enthusiasm

    It's nobody's battle but your own. Prestigious

  15. Vase Full Of Rocks

    Trusted Supporter

    Okay, I know I've been really pushing this album, but it finally released yesterday and I've been listening to it for the last month as a backer waiting to talk about it. It is the first Pink Spiders album in 10 years! It's got some really solid tracks. I honestly just want to talk about it with someone haha. I really hope one of you will find a song or two you like on it!

  16. SoCoWilderNeSs

    Regular Supporter

    Blackout Problems - KAOS

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  17. bd007h

    chorus.fm's resident Meg Myers fan #GoSabres/Bills

    I know I'm kind of a broken record when it comes to her, but I still think she's vastly underappreciated (There only seems to be a select handful of fans on here haha), so I definitely recommend the new Meg Myers album for anyone who is a fan of indie pop, art pop, 80s synthpop, 90s alternative rock, or even modern day alternative. I think it's even better than her debut.
    Windowsdown likes this.
  18. SoCoWilderNeSs

    Regular Supporter

    I’ll second the recommendation. I love both of her albums. She gives me Nirvana vibes in some of her tracks but she’s unique and talented with a decent range of influences injected into her sound from track to track.
    bd007h likes this.
  19. bd007h

    chorus.fm's resident Meg Myers fan #GoSabres/Bills

    Fiona Apple, Sinead O'Connor, PJ Harvey, Poe, Kate Bush, Tori Amos, Lorde, and LDR vibes as well depending on the song :thumbup:. And let's not forget her two EPs as well haha.
  20. PorterBoyBlue


  21. Windowsdown


    Hightower, the band from my avatar, is a great underrated punk-rock / pop-punk band from Paris. Both records were produced by Steve Evetts and sound massive. They parted ways with their original singer after Sure. Fine. Whatever. and became softer on Club Dragon, but I like both records equally. They recently released a split tape with Daggermouth with arguably their best song on it. :tongue:

  22. StarDust


    Hello, Im StarDust. I want to be a composer. I would like to get your advices.
    Currently , Im using music maker jam application to compose. And sharing them at youtube.

    Would you like to listen and give a feedback to me ?
  23. personalmaps

    guppy Supporter

    Night_Sky and palewhiteboy88 like this.
  24. Kellan

    JuneJuly Prestigious

    Tunisian electronic/pop/singer who wrote some songs about the Arab Spring and specifically the revolution in her country, a couple of which became pretty popular anthems when that was all happening. My dad has been working for her on and off recently. I hadn’t really listened to her until this song/video which blew me away.
  25. Thee C.E.O.


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