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Discussion in 'The Musiquarium' started by wonderfly, Jan 18, 2013.
"Let There Be Drums" by Sandy Nelson. I'm a sucker for songs when drums are front and center.
Listening to the Brooklyn-based indie rock band, Troubled Sleep's Demo. Absolutely amazing stuff.
Currently listening to Valhalla by SPL & Triage, it's a Hardstyle-Dubstep tune which I first got to hear on the mix compilation double CD Thunderdome 2010: Pure and Powerful Hardcore, but have only just got to hear it in full. Personally, I believe regular Dubstep to be one of the THE most boring genres to have ever emerged in the history of music, but I find Hardstyle-Dubstep to be the real deal and I do like it, with Valhalla being my most fave so far.
Withdrawn by Confines. Boston hardcore punk at its finest.
Been on an Alexisonfire kick lately so I've been listening to their debut album( self titled ) and Watch Out!. Right now I'm listening to Crisis.
Foreign language versions of cartoon theme songs, especially the Ben 10/Ben 10 Omniverse ones that are quite catchy,
Punk rock, punk rock, and more punk rock with the occasional alt. metal.
Been listening to a lot of tame impala really good band y'all should check them out.
Thergothon- "Who Rides the Astral Wings"
Incredibly depressive doom metal, so much so that the band only ended up recording this one album before splitting up. Its impact is quite apparent on the landscape, though. Numerous bands have tried to capture their dark sound since, but few have really succeeded.
Chou Wakusei no Senton Bokan Daileon (Daileon's Theme). I recently Koreanized it.
Since today is Michael Jackson's birthday, I've broken out my Thriller vinyl record for a spin.
Hanger 18- Megadeth
"Ecuador" by Sash!.
Now I'm listening to the 80s Super Timor commercial for minutes on end on InfiniteLooper... I will listen until I get bored of it.
Recently I've been listening to bands like Face to Face, Bad Religion, and classic Zebrahead.
I've been listening to all kinds of music, mostly rap (I like DMX) and dubstep (I like Flux Pavilion).
I've recently got into electro-swing a few months ago. The electro-swing genre an interesting remix of vintage jazz-style music and swing with modern technology and house beats. Most electro-swing music I listen to comes from Caravan Palace. I find their music catchy and easy to listen to. I like listening to them while studying because it helps me focus.
Since this a music forum on a place full of animation forums, I figure this music video from Caravan Palace would be appropriate.
Here's another Caravan Palace music video. This one is animated in stop-motion and is one of my favorite songs from the group.
Here's an electro-swing rendition of Beyonce's Crazy in Love song by Swing Republic. I think Swing Republic did a good mix of this song.
I discovered Weird Al today, and now I'm obsessed with him. He just has this great likability and an overall entertaining style to him that I could listen to him for hours, especially his Polka videos.
I like to listen to DMX while studying. Heck, I've been listening to him since I was in elementary school. My dad introduced me to DMX's music, but had to make sure I didn't repeat the curse words in his songs.
This song is one of my favorites. Don't worry, the swearing is censored.