Discussion in 'Off-Topic' started by aimeeandbeatles, Jan 11, 2020.
Bonnie is my all-time favourite !
That coffee is 2 hours cold, I've put a cigarette in it .....
RIP Frederick "Toots" Hibbert
Something I didn't know until today: Toots & the Maytals' 1968 song "Do the Reggay" is credited with coining the term 'reggae', from which the genre derives its name.
It's nearly a morning here (4:55), but to me it's midnight oil !
Also Johnny B. why can't You see ?
I am sure he sings "Sayonara" !!!
Can't figure any lyrics out ! And I'm bumbling and I am screaming ! YEY !
Savatage - Morphine Child
Mmm, so good
This is mesmerizing.
Reminds me a bit of Dead Can Dance.
Heyyy [PUT FRIENDS NAME HERE] it's sooo good to talk!
I'm looking for a new partner in my own business! You can be your own boss! It's easy, fun, and not a pyramid scheme! ew yuck right totally
Black Sabbath - The Shining
I was on a French electropop sort of streak, which lead me to discovering Franc Moody (who is not French - they are from London, England)
Can't stop listening to these guys. These catchy and funky Daft Punk inspired synths and melodies are my jam right now
edit: Another one from them
This is a great video, even if you don't like this sort of music:
Dream Theater - Never Enough (Dream Theater rips off MUSE)
Bizarre and perfect combination.
Been listening to Phonothek. Ambient instrumentals with a sci-fi theme. Few beats. Melodies hard to grasp, if there even are any. Some voices in the layers, but indistinct, used as instruments, with no discernible lyrics. Pure atmosphere. Dark, but I don't find it gloomy or morose. A soundtrack to a sci-fi movie that you've never seen. They throw in some jazz accents, which gives it kind of a 'future noir' feel, like the Blade Runner scores. I'd never heard of the label, Cryo Chamber, before the other day, but they have a ton of stuff on YouTube (they're on BandCamp too, if you use that). All fantasy, horror and sci-fi themed ambient. Some of it I'm finding very compelling.
Candlemass - Embracing the Styx
Nice track! No idea who these musicians are though
Porcupine Tree - Anesthetize
Nirvana - In Bloom
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