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

  1. SmashRipsaw

    +12,856 Scene Points

    Looking for recommendations for bands similar to Massive Attack. Slow tempo, super bassy electronic kind of sound. Are there any modern bands doing something like this?
     
  2. sPh1nX

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  3. Swaddle

    Newbie Supporter

    Ive been really into classic rock band’s covers of other classic rock songs. I watched a playlist on YouTube of a bunch of Springsteen live covers of songs and it was just incredible.
    Any other suggestions of great artists covering other classic rock songs?
     
  4. Pakorosen

    Nunca saldré vivo de este mundo Supporter

     
  5. Jelutong

    Newbie

    Check out the new single and fun video by 5 guys from the UK called Maggie Cassidy. Just in time for Halloween!!!
     
  6. Pakorosen

    Nunca saldré vivo de este mundo Supporter

    KATHLEEN EDWARDS is a perfect stranger in Spain, although for me she is one of a leading composer and we could not stop reviewing her TOTAL FREEDOM album of return to music.
     
  7. Adam101

    Newbie

    Really liked the Stray Waves, especially their song Fairytale
    I ran into them on SoundCloud, haven't heard anything like that
    Don't know who are those guys, but they're making very strange and amazing music
     
  8. mad

    I was right. Prestigious

     
  9. ZooZooChaCha

    Trusted Supporter

    Stumbled on Sundressed this weekend - their new album “Home Ready” is really great. My wife and I listened to it in the car today and we settled on calling it a mix of Upsides or Suburbia era Wonder Years mixed with some Starting Line and Mixtapes.



    This one really reminded me of Mixtapes:
     
  10. Damien

    Newbie

    Recommandations RIYL in the same vein, for those bands with NEW BANDS ??? :

    The Cast Before The Break

    Moving Mountains

    Midsummer

    Brightwood

    Athetics

    The Republic Of Wolves

    The Assembly Line

    Team Sleep

    Secret Grief

    Jude Christodal

    Art Of Fighting

    beijing

    Hundred Reasons

    The Mars Volta

    My Vitriol (!?)

    Abel

    Jeremy Larson

    Kill Hannah

    SONS

    MCR

    The Smashing Pumpkins (dead in my head)

    Idlewild

    Augustana
     
  11. iGruud

    Newbie

    HELLO!!
    I'm here to promote an album of my idolo.

    The album will be released this morning (In a few hours | 2:00 AM)

    it's called "BE" HERE ARE SOME TRACKS:
    life goes on [alternative Hip Hop style]
    Fly to my room
    Blue & grey [pop ballad with guitars]
    Telepathy [funky rhythm]
    Dis-ease [hip hop old school]

    Life goes on debut on youtube [2:00 AM]

    "BE" (the album) will be launched on SPOITFY, iTUNES, APPLE MUSIC, YOUTUBE [2:00 AM]

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    Artist: BTS

    THANK YOU FOR YOUR ATTENTION
     
  12. iGruud

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  13. Bluedm

    Omoi bops

    I would recommend the Album The First Waltz by Omoi if you are a fan of Vocaloid

     
  14. This whole website needs to get on the Aries wave. Kinda like Post Malone but more intricate and bedroomy at times.


     
  15. ramanslayer

    Newbie

    Been really into this one. The guy was from My Darkest Days. Another band too, but I can't remember what it was called anymore.

    Reid Henry - The Blind

     
  16. Anyone got a recommendation for their favorite instrumental albums this year? I need something for when I study.
     
  17. Sarahtonin_

    Newbie

    This is more so how to make a good playlist recommendation. I have always separated my music into genres or decades. It feels so limiting though. How would I even go about mixing everything together?!
     
  18. angrycandy

    trust is such an arrogant thing Prestigious

    some of the wildest shit I have ever heard

     
  19. angrycandy

    trust is such an arrogant thing Prestigious

    this my favorite song

     
  20. Importer/Exporter

    eat us or we’ll eat you Supporter

    -yutaka hirasaka’s “Anecdotes Tape 2” (and the rest of the stuff he released)
    -Alabaster dePlume’s “for Cy and Lee” weird experimental but somehow calming classical/jazz
    -Arthhur’s “Let’s Go Piss in the Lake” ambient music, two of the four songs have narration though, if that gets in the way of your studying
     
  21. Pakorosen

    Nunca saldré vivo de este mundo Supporter

    this week I'm going for a run with the EP of American Thrills and enjoying the this 20th AOR CD. If you like bands such as Survivor, Foreigner or Whitesnake, you should fall in love with “The Ghost Of L.A”. the most powerful & melodic of all Frédéric Slama’s albums.
     
  22. angrycandy

    trust is such an arrogant thing Prestigious

     
  23. angrycandy

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  24. angrycandy

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  25. angrycandy

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