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Yes and that's my favorite Felix song by far, anon.
Do you remember W.I.T., the gaybaiting group put together by Larry Tee in some failed effort to create electroclash stars?
You can't go wrong with Miss Kittin & The Hacker's first album if you haven't heard it yet. Miss Kittin did some heavily accented speaking on Felix Da Housecat's first album as well.
I was never very fond of Fischerspooner but they count as well.
The funk is irresistible>>121054
I loved their first album, it made me really get into the whole electroclash scene. Do you also like Ladytron anon?
>>121326>Do you also like Ladytron anon?
Absolutely! And the Mary Jane Girls too, while we're at it.
The main Ladytron singer, Helen Marnie, has two crowdfunded solo albums that aren't really dissimilar from Ladytron but they're worth a listen.
Cool I didn't know that, thanks for sharing
Making way for my fave Ladytron track lol. I do feel like their Light and Magic album is their best
You might like Client. They were an electro/synthy group from the early 2000s, a bit similar to Ladytron but without any of the success. First three albums only, pretend the next two don't exist.
I just found a fun fact about Daughters through my autism, I found this old composition by Nick Sadler from 2013., sounds familliar right? (video for reference)https://nicksadler.bandcamp.com/track/depakote-composition
I swear I haven't been stalking Nick Sadler but I also found out he likes to carve pumpkins, decorate cakes, make costumes and draw tiny houses in ink. I don't know if I want to live his life or marry him>>122360
Nice, I really like the music and they look so cool too. I like the cringiness of the video, it reminds me of Gloryhammer
On all albums I like some songs and don't like the others as much. I couldn't choose a favorite song but I really like Unfit and Dystopia. Here is some weird version of unfit with a nice unflattering thumbnail>>123121
Lmao I checked Lucia's instagram once and she said at a show one of the other bands was two russian dudes and one asked her to stab him in the nipple with a nail. and she did it
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Best music of 2020
Is death the only way? Yes it is, yes it is>>123527
love it, thank you for reminding me of this song.
so sad placebo went to shit but I guess they had a great run. what I wouldn't do for an actual Brian Molko (auto)biography.
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Discotraxx is my fave, anon.
sorry this is literally half the thread but you are truly my people, i can always trust farmers to have A-1 taste
anyway my contributions, usually i'm a much bigger kate bush stan but i've been on such a tori kick lately
not sure what aspects of their music you enjoy but you might like rina sawayama, clarence clarity, caroline polachek, kelela, empress of, weyes blood and maybe st. vincent
also kind of a stretch but for a not-modern version of those vibes i'd try cocteau twins, strawberry switchblade, kate bush, eurythmics, maybe bjork? again not sure what you already listen to
ooh i've never heard of her but I really like this!
I only started listening to tori amos like a year ago because so many kate bush stans in this facebook group i'm in love her too, she has a big catalog with a lot of range so I feel like i'm always hearing a new song when i go through it. If you like spark you might like crucify, precious things, girl disappearing, caught a lite sneeze, maybe a sorta fairytale?
for some reason i'm really partial to Scarlet's Walk as an album, it has this very specific early 2000's contemporary sound you would hear as a kid when your mom drags you to a department store (think like paula cole or sixpence none the richer) but in a good way. i guess that makes sense for me because i'm a huge cardigans fan lol
also i think you'd like anna calvi if you haven't listened to her yet
me too oops
this album is so special to me and it aged really well, lust is one of my fave songs of theirs>>126709>>126708
tfw when no unhinged effortless stage presence or vocal ability>>126680
tfw no shoegaze britpop gf
(on a sad note i was watching the music video for lush's last single, completely forgetting that the drummer killed himself and it was the reason they broke up and didn't release anything until that EP like 20 years later. i always forget about that because they're such a happy vibrant take on dream pop that i forget the gloomy parts of it. on a less sad/ interesting note, for some reason I never knew until now that meriel from Pale Saints was the in the original line-up of Lush and emma wasn't, and miki didn't do lead vocals until she left the band. two super underrated dreamy bands!)
Every so often I go through a phase where all I listen to is Gaga's albums on repeat. I was addicted to listening to Poker Face for like a week a while ago. >>126544
New Wave music gives me feels like no other.>>127398
I remember people giving this band hate in the early 2010s but I still love this album. I frequently listen to this song while walking outside in the evening or at night.
reminds me a lot of washed out!
fuck i feel like a know tons of bands that sound like this but my mind is blanking. but you also might like some of the older twin shadow albums, DyE, wild nothing, john maus, mgmt etc
also kind of a stretch and i think literally all of these bands are inactive and/ or hard to find but you might like class actress, Glasser, Var, savage, Lumina, College, part time (but he's an abusive
creep irl and a bunch of his albums got taken down lol), Tearist, Chrome Sparks, Craft spells
there's a darkwave band that sounds exactly like the one you posted and it's killing me that i can't remember it right now
also haven't listened to this one all the way but there are some good underground artists (Lumina, Chrome Sparks etc) in this mix if you like the whole drive soundtrack esque synth revival sound: https://8tracks.com/jose_th/drive-2-home-delivery
god polystrene is so fucking cool
not a huge sonic youth fan, but this song is super good imo
When I was a kid this was on tv sometimes and I watched it fascinated every time, I thought it was the coolest thing ever>>127586
feber walked so the modern carly rae jepsens of today could run imo
also very into weird early 2000s electro cowgirl madonna for childhood nostalgia reasons. usually when I listen to y2k kylie I have to put on ray of light or don't tell me right after
goddamn it lol
but samefag to add that i recently found outone of my favorite Wink songs is actually a cover of an 80's kylie cover that got really big in japan
I was really amazed by their covers as a kid too, and I still like them a lot! Thanks for posting this
One of my personal favorites is their Nothing Else Matters cover, such a great anthem-like vibe.