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Anything along the vein of blink 182?

Sum 41, Good Charlotte, +44, Offspring

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Anything along the vein of blink 182?

Sum 41, Good Charlotte, +44, Offspring

 

+1 to all of these, but also add Box Car Racer to the list. They're Blink's side project and have one or two albums.

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Anything along the vein of blink 182?

 

http://www.last.fm/music/blink-182/+similar

 

I hate 'recommending' bands like these so I'll just recommend Last.fm. Great to find similar bands and music recommendations.

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Has anyone listened to Sufjan Steven's The Age of Adz? It is an electronic/orchestral masterpiece.

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Has anyone listened to Sufjan Steven's The Age of Adz? It is an electronic/orchestral masterpiece.

 

Love it. Not my favourite Soof, but it's certainly a winner.

Good to hear more of the sounds he explored on Enjoy Your Rabbit.

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I urge everybody to listen to Gonjasufi. His A Sufi and a Killer LP is one of the most amazing things I've heard in recent years.

It trancends genre but effortlessly blends elements of hip hop, jazz, funk, soul, electronica, rock, punk, psychadelic, experimental, blues, et cetera.

If you're into hip-hop, electronica, breakbeat, chillout, psychadelica, experimental stuff and something a bit different, get this album NAO!

If you like Tom Waits, George Clinton, J. Dilla, Flying Lotus, Daedelus, Bonobo, Four Tet, The Kinks, whatever, get this album NAOOO!

The sound is very hard to describe but check it out and if you like it, you'll love it. Here's a few tasters; give them all a listen, one is not enough!

Gonjasufi - She Gone.

Gonjasufi - SuzieQ

Get a load of that!

I listened to all of those songs, and others of Gonjasufi's, and I have to say that his music is like something that I've never heard before, and it's all amazing.

 

Has anyone listened to Sufjan Steven's The Age of Adz? It is an electronic/orchestral masterpiece.

Listening to it right now; so far it's pretty good.

 

I can't decide which one I like more; old Sufjan Stevens or new Sufjan Stevens. They're both completely different, which is what makes it so hard to decide.

is my favorite of his older music. Edited by WOLFBEN

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Not my usual style, but I really like Avril Lavigne's new album Goodbye Lullabye. Kinda mainstream, but soft-ish rock.

 

For the dubstep fans, what do you think of

Kinda soft, slow intro, but I like it (especially as I liked the original song).

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Anything along the vein of blink 182?

Sum 41, Good Charlotte, +44, Offspring

 

+1 to all of these, but also add Box Car Racer to the list. They're Blink's side project and have one or two albums.

Don't forget Angels and Airways, although they're a little different.

 

Here are some bands I saw live this weekend.

Sleeperstar

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I'm in love with this song.

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First of all, check out La Blogotheque's youtube series A Take Away Show. They literally have hundreds of videos of famous indie bands playing live in odd places all over France.

 

I'm sure several of these have been listed before, but I haven't recently, so no way of knowing:

(Pretty folky with some indie and country influence)

The Tallest Man On Eath (A must for Dylan fans, along with music fans in general)

Liz Janes (Pretty soulful female vocalist)

(Whole new album is excellent)

 

Also been listening to Wilco (mostly Hotel Yankee Foxtrot) and Bon Iver a lot more, despite them having no fresh stuff.

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People who like Titus Andronicus should listen to Spider Bags.

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Anyone else like the band Helloween?

 

I'm not too fond of power metal, apart from metal gods Dio and Judas Priest, but I kinda like Helloween.

 

Although there are some things in power metal that keep annoying me. It's too over the top sometimes.

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RA The Rugged Man mix. Lotta language. But dude. That flow. So. sick.

That song is about the guy's dad D:

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Celine Dion is

. The ending is really great too.

 

Check out that guy's channel too, it's full of awesome stuff like this. Really, really amazing.

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RA The Rugged Man mix. Lotta language. But dude. That flow. So. sick.

That song is about the guy's dad D:

I know that but that doesn't mean his flow isn't ridiculous in that song.

 

Lessons is good too, completely owns the rap industry throughout the songs. Friggin' awesome.

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