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Post your favorite songs/albums/artists here!
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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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>>119028>ctrl f>no tennis
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.
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me queen let's go
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Tommy has some great music
best advice is to do it chronologically. Start with Cubic U: https://soundcloud.com/andrew-mejia-208936421/sets/precious-album-cubic-u-utada-hikaru
then move onto First Love.
I love, love Ultra Blue and Heart Station. Enjoy, anon. Not really a big fan of her last two albums, but the single that have been coming out more recently outshine them imo.
I don't think there's anything quite like them…
But you might like 3teeth, it's really not comparable, but of all the music I knew this has the most similar feeling in my opinion, even though it's not even the same genre. I'm sorry if you don't like it and I hope someone comes by who knows something similar
I've never seen this video, thank you for blessing my eardrums anon
Damn that last chorus of Cellophane… Chills
This is really amazing. I've followed her music since EP2 and it's still my favourite (i hope her and Arca work together again some day). She was shy before, but since then I always thought her music had this kind of self - consciousness and awkwardness that couldn't be shaken off, especially in the lyrics, although her aesthetics kinda made up for it. The vogueing era seemed like it suited her in theory but I never really believed it, she seemed uncomfortable. So I've been generally neutral about her work.
This video just blew me away, since I haven't been paying attention she's laser focused her self consciousness into a kind of inhuman poise. And her voice has come so so far, I saw her live a few years ago and she was happy in the high range but not anywhere else, now she's just incredible.
Still don't really vibe with the songwriting lmao but don't mind me.
Look into Emilie Autumn! Note that she went through multiple music phases, so if you don't like the sound of songs from a certain album, you may still like from another. Recs: >Thank God I'm Pretty (one of her most pinkpilled songs)>Gentleman aren't nice>Let The Record Show (a song written about Billy Corgan LMFAO, but it has an universal appeal)>Marry Me>If I Burn (was supposed to be about the burnings of witches, ended up being reworked into Emilie's Asylum storyline)>Fight Like A Girl (can you imagine that the mostly female fandom was angry about the sarcastic line 'even if you're only a boy, you can fight like a girl"? There were a fewfakebois triggered by it, but mostly it was women getting angry on behalf of men who wouldn't return the favor)>Time for Tea (not stated in the lyrics, but it's a song about murdering men, especially abusive doctors)>Girls! Girls! Girls! (satire on sexism)>Gothic Lolita and I Want My Innocence Back (CSA themes)>Chambermaid, How Strange, Misery Loves Company (telling off scrotes looking for a fuckmommy, MPDG or whatever)
I might have missed some, but those are the most pinkpilled ones.
what you're looking for but it's got the fuck men vibe
I'll forever hear the final fantasy battle songs as bastard versions… thanks anon for showing me. Also, the armadillo tank is so cute.
I love playing this song in guitar hero, it's so fun and beautiful
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Lingua Ignotanons where are you and are you ready?
How very cottagecore of her>>148723
Yes yes another one joins our ranks!
I love ebm, I know it all sounds pretty much the same, I don't mind>>150351
that was nice
I need to bang my head NOW>>150746
Wow nice, I think it's so great because it sounds very clear, like they recorded in a really good studio
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Holy shit thanks anon it's perfect
i snorted, anon. you're right though.
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someone's been watching Lain
Stopppp anons this is bringing me back to my teenage weeb days and I miss it
This live performance of Polyrhythm always makes me tear up, their first concert at Tokyo Dome
+1 Curve fan anon. I discovered them back in 2012 when someone mentioned I should check them out when they saw I was a Garbage fan. I remember reading about the subtle rivalry that Toni Halliday had towards Shirley and as another person who loves Shirley Manson, that did bum me out because I do like both ladies and both bands are absolutely brilliant imo.
I do get that Toni might've felt a little sad that Curve didn't take off to huge commercial success like Garbage did but I feel like that was mostly because Garbage were in America and that it had it a well known producer in the band who worked with many other popular alternative bands at the time.
nta but Cuckoo is one of a few perfect albums for me, from start to finish.
A few years before the pandemic, Dean Garcia was hopeful they'd get back together for a few nostalgia shows and seemed really irate when Toni wasn't up for it. He has a band with his daughter who attempts to sing like imperial phase Toni Halliday and it's all a bit "maybe it's finally time to move on.
I agree with you on Cuckoo, it's a great album. And that's a shame to see that Toni was up for working with the band again. After seeing how Garbage came out strong with their new album this year, it made me open to seeing more revival works from bands but if Toni just isn't feeling it, no point trying to force her.
At that point, Dean's better off starting off a new project altogether without trying to sound like Curve, at least singer-wise.
>>156137>mgtow scrote anthem
Really? No to me it's THE catchy late 90's industrial metal anthem!
This is my personal Rammstein fave, both the song and video.
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hey, that's me! SGR is such a departure from caligula, I thought I wanted something heavy again but it turns out it's still just as devastating and beautiful. I would tell you my favourite tracks but that's basically all of them, there are just three tracks that I don't absolutely adore and that's 'the order of spiritual virgins', 'repent now confess now' and the 'sacred linament of judgement' but saying that I still like all three of those. they're just 4/5 songs when the rest are 5/5.
I love that 'I who bend the tall grasses' calls back to lyrics from 'for I am the light (and mine is the only way)' from all bitches die and 'many hands' is a kind of continuation of 'all bitches die (all bitches die here)'.
overall it's perfection
Hm I didn't expect this from clowncore it's too normal. But really good>>159031
That's so cool, I feel like I'm in a lost Spyro level
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Who likes reggae? I’m obsessed with eek a mouse and this album in particular.
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I also really want to know more female artist like her! >>158919>I love that 'I who bend the tall grasses' calls back to lyrics from 'for I am the light (and mine is the only way)' from all bitches die and 'many hands' is a kind of continuation of 'all bitches die (all bitches die here)'.
Yes! I absolutely adored those two songs so hearing them in such a different way was such a good surprise! after relistening a lot her new album, I realised that I who bend the tall grasses might be my favourite song of her. the lyrics and her delievry never fails to take my breath away!
yes. I'm not sure exactly what kind of classical music you want as there is a wide variety, but I'll just give you some of my favorites
Prokofiev - Dance of the Knights (from Romeo and Juliet ballet) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XX6GHiFKovw
Prokofiev - Balcony Scene - Romeo's Variation - Love Dance (also from Romeo and Juliet ballet) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G8wgqup65n4
Tchaikovsky - Swan Lake Opening (Swan Theme) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4Aw_w8pbjDg
Tchaikovsky - Swan Lake ending https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IBqxw6I0aoY
Tchaikovsky - White Swan duet https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nUbAjx41eHA
Wagner - Parsifal Overture https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rLVdkw0lSqw
Wagner - Siegfried's Funeral March https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a53s4jyCqqU
Verdi - La Forza del Destino Overture https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8lBI2wu4OIc
Shostakovich - Waltz no 2 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=phBThlPTBEg
Brahms - Hungarian Dance no. 5 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-HNmVe0Mmek
Rachmaninov - Prelude in C Sharp Minor https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wXQCPAR0EHo
Mozart - Lacrimosa https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k1-TrAvp_xs
Jean Baptiste Lully - Passacaille https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RK6k0oF8OHM
Vivaldi - Winter https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TZCfydWF48c
I know there's a lot more but I haven't listened to classical music in a long time so I can't remember them all. anyway I hope you enjoy some of these!
Stay's great. Nothing To Fear is their best album imo.
Although I heard somewhere that Danny made that song as a callout to hollywood producers/execs who went around town with their obviously underaged girlfriends, but after literally 5 minutes of research, I think that might've been a myth. oh well.
Vid attached is just a really good song
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Samefag, if this works as intended I can make more playlists of past threads or other threads. I can also do my best to teach my (shitty) method if anyone else wants to try. It's just so annoying visiting these threads and getting picrel.
I love, love this song>>163800
That's really cool
Gonna give this a listen anon! Thanks for posting!
Speaking of talented people passing so young, I can't listen to this song without breaking into sobs thinking about these two guys and their manager. they were hit head on by a drunk truck driver while driving in their tour van
They seemed like really fun loving, goofy guys. They started this band as just a cute fun project together to make adorable music and it's all because of the pursuit of that project that they're gone. God it hurts so much.
I adore this album. I can only describe it as anciant greek fantasiahttps://youtu.be/4rhPQSre5AM?t=1392
linked my favorite part instead of embedding it because it wont allow timestamps
i'm going through my edgy phase again…>>159085
yeah! im really surprised she didn't blow up more after her cover of reisai's song. btw how do you feel about her newer covers? personally, the unnamed one or myth and roid aren't exactly up to my tastes but 弦 / LUMi is amazing.
Absolutely based. I love Doug, too. Such a great, humble guy. Did you know that's his wife's and son's names on his guitar? And I've heard he's kept BTS's tickets' pricing the same, twenty-five dollars. They're great live from what I've seen on Youtube. Keep it Like a Secret and Perfect from Now On is one of my favorite album. There is not one boring, unmoving song on them. You saying they're a comfort band is perfect – their sound is so incredibly complex and layered and has a lot of work put into it, but the finished product has always this aural and lyrical familiarity to it. It's cool that you say they don't take themselves too seriously, since after listening to Kicked it In the Sun that's exactly what I'd expect:He seemed so unashamed of how he operatedCorresponds to the facts that you wantDespite his expectations he turned out mediocreHis master plan was so soWe're special in other waysWays our mothers appreciate
Or my personal favorite, which is: And you better not be angryAnd you better not be sadYou better just enjoy the luxury of sympathyIf that's a luxury you have
Phenomena is such an underrated Argento movie. I love Jennifer Connelly and Daria Nicoldi (she's always great) in it.>>169137
I always miss wathever form of Goblin when they are playing in my city. I'm still bummed I missed Claudio Simonetti performing the Suspiria OST while the movie is playing.
I also love Fabio Frizzi. The Manhattan Baby OST is amazing.
I hope I'm not going overboard kek
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I want to know what songs you think embodies Lolcow's unhinged fem energy
>I'm Yer Dad (GRLwood)
>Pocky Boy (Yeule)
>Virtual Self - Ghost Voices (Porter Robinson)
>i'll die anyway. (Girl in Red)
>Prehistoric (Now, Now)
>Oh Ana (Mother Mother)
>La Tristesse du Diable (MEIMUNA)
>Transgender (kek) (Crystal Castles)
>Serial Experiments Lain op (Duvet, Bôa)
>Asobi Asobase ed (Inkya Impulse)
>Watamote ed (Dō Kangaete mo Watashi wa Warukunai!)
>Never Forgive Me, Never Forget Me (Silent Hill 3)
>Lily of the Valley (The Cat Lady)
>Run (Hotline Miami 2)
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>>176709>coin operated boy (dresden dolls)>molasses (the hush sound)>villain (stella jang)>911 (ellise)>hallucinating (elohim)>pleasure cruise (the scary jokes)>beauty is empty (mars argo)
j-pop>study me (zutomayo)>plastic smile (perfume)>hysteric night girl (psyqui)>complete resignation declaration (nanayo akari)>whatever whatever (neru)>ironina (nilfruits)
vgm that plays while you browse /ot/>mercenary aftermath (wadanohara)>can you really call this a hotel, i didn't receive a mint on my pillow or anything (undertale)>masquerade (atelier annie)
Idk where to even put this, it feels like it doesn't belong in any specific thread but I still want to post it somewhere lol.
Anyway, around the end of 2015, I discovered a band called Icon for Hire. I didn't realize they were a Christian band at first, because most of their music was about mental health and not overtly Christian but they were signed to a Christian record label. Apparently the record label treated them like shit and they had to go to court to get out of their contract. Anyways their music seemed kind of juvenile to me but I really enjoyed it for some reason, it reminds me of all my mental health struggles I had as a teenager (and still have). Their music is kinda a guilty pleasure for me I guess.
I still listen to their music from time to time, their first 2 albums were with the label and all their music after that has been independently released. Sadly I don't like the independent stuff as much but I'll still listen to it from time to time.
Ariel (the lead singer) used to have a YT channel (well it's still up, just not active) called The REL show. She used to upload a video every week that was about something like mental health, self improvement, creativity, following your dreams etc.. I loved looking forward to her videos every week but she stopped uploading 3 years ago (then uploaded a couple videos a year ago and stopped again). Ngl was pretty sad when she stopped uploading. I thought I was over it by now but going back and watching her old videos made me hurt lol. She also published a book that I own but still haven't read. I still follow her on Instagram but I don't use Instagram that much so I don't really know what she's up to. Vid related is one of their older songs.
Nona, you got impeccable taste! Placebo is an incredible band, my favorite tbh. Can't wait to see them live in November.
Also, I royally love the Running Up That Hill cover by Placebo, but I never cared much about listening to the original version. Which sucks, tbh, because I later found out it's dope. Kate Bush is fascinating.
I'm glad I haven't posted that into the void! I thought nobody will care. Brian Molko was my serious crush, I almost died when I touched his hand for a split second. I'm gonna see them live too, but in October and then HEALTH a few days later
. I think I will get a fan ticket this time to keep as a memento and/or sell later on. Kinda considering getting the ticket now not to forget and have something to keep me alive in the next months. It's so goddamn expensive. I remember going to see them in 2009 (or was it 2011?) and paying 99 zł. Then next gig (4 years later) it was suddenly 200 and now it's 230…
How did you feel about Battle for The Sun, Loud Like Love and the rest of their 'recent-ish' output? I think I already like Never Let Me Go more than LLL (though I may be wrong, that album had like 4 good tracks). The general vibe gels better with me, though.>Running Up That Hill
The Placebo version is a definite one. I like Kate Bush's original take too, but it's inferior to what the band did (sorry). Every other cover that I've heard is inferior to both of them, though (that paint by numbers Within Temptation one, eek)
I would die to touch Brian Molko, seriously. For me, he's some sort of personal jesus, idk. Placebo has been #1 on my Spotify since I got it. LLL is one of the albums I like the most, but I agree it's far from being their best work. BFTS, on the other hand, can't bring myself to care much ab it. So far it's been just like that with the new album. About the tickets, I don't know which one I'll get. One thing is for certain, tho: you should be grateful you're getting to see them live in your area, cuz I'm gonna have to travel abroad. FML. I'm here saying I'm going but I don't even know fosho if I'll be able to afford it. Cries in poor language>The Placebo version is a definite one. I like Kate Bush's original take too, but it's inferior to what the band did (sorry).
I second this. Also, their rendition of Where is My Mind is also far better than the original one.
*The Seekers/The New Seekers.
Sorry, I know they're totally different. I meant to delete and repost but it keeps giving me an error. How embarrassing lol
I love this, thanks for posting! If you know of any other good yugo bands, especially any more female fronted ones, pls add more!
what's everyone's favourite super high energy track? i need more stuff to listen to at the gym. atm i just listen to this on repeat lol