Re: Dubious musical taste.
Ryan Hemsworth. Canadian.
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Ryan Hemsworth. Canadian.
Run the Jewels. American.
Damn that's good.
Dub FX is one of those guys that just has waaay too much talent. His pure acapella looping stuff is amazing and is like an insta-nostalgia button for me, but his collabs are pretty frickin spectacular.
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Tired Lion. Australian
https://soundcloud.com/tired-lion-band/ … -like-me-1
Cosmo Sheldrake. English.
Everything Everything. English.
(Really excited that these guys have new material)
I guess these guys have been around for a while, but I just discovered Me First and the Gimme Gimmes today as a coworker was playing them. Ehhh let's go with this one, but they've got 7 or 8 albums.
I'm not sure I can put this under the umbrella of dubious as they are my favourite band. Local band I've followed for about 20 odd years.
They were inspiration for me making stupid shit like this
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The Monkees, of all people, recorded the greatest song ever about a failed suicide .
Wait for a Minute - tUnE-yArDs
Eluvium is a guy who makes ambient music. He mixes different approaches to it, but every once in a while, he just goes with a simple piano track. And this particular one, I can't get enough of. If I want to listen to something soothing that makes me forget about everything, I'll go straight with Caroling. It's so simple, and yet it's one of the most beautiful piano pieces I've ever heard.
Hudson Mohawke. Scottish.
Bump or something. Just spent almost half an hour searching for this gem before I realized I first found this here.
DEAR FUTURE HERC: That electro-swing track you really like is Gimme That Swing by Cissie Redgwick.
So, if any of you are familiar with Serj Tankian then you might be aware of his new(ish) project which is...jazz?
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The internet at it's most internet-y.
And by god it's amazing.
Discovered that last month. Pretty fantastic. I was listening to mashups with my boss on the way home from our shoot tonight, wish I'd remembered this one. Though The Final Countdown x Smells Like Teen Spirit was pretty damn good.
I've always liked this mashup myself:
Been on a bit of a Ylvis kick the last couple days, figured I should post a couple of favorites.
Guys... Megadeth remembered how to be Megadeth:
This is the best I've heard them sound since Youthenasia. I'm actually excited about a new Megadeth album. Preordered it and everything.
What the hell is happening?
Probably one of my favorite covers I've ever heard. This is incredible.
Been getting more and more into oldschool synth stuff from the 70s and 80s. Not the 'outrun' sort of stuff, but the more synthwave minimalist and darker stuff from the era. Recently found this track and it's just about the most fucking fantastic thing I've heard in a while:
Unfortunately, this is pretty much the band's only really decent track. I looked for a version I could purchase (legally), and it seems that there's a copy of the original LP on vinyl that's only $450. Not really worth it for one song. But it's a fucking great track.