ITT: God tier music you've been jamming to lately.
No specific genre? ok
Like this one better
These guys are chill as fuck. The'yre effect useage on the guitar tracks are so fucking tasty it makes me wanna blow a load everytime I hear it. Also, dem weird ass drums.
>Those vocal harmonies
>That fucking bassline
>Those BASS PICKUPS
>That fucking POG on the guitar
>That fucking hard on I have for the drummer
This and the rest of Flatbush ZOMBiES new album
Ikr. Wheres the american band with this much talent and 40 million views?
Non existent thats where lol
Once again, DAT BASS.
meh. this stuff was okay back when it first came out cuz they were trailblazing. Now it's just kinda boring. For me to like dubstep now it's gotta have a lot more to it than wub wub. Check out Unlimited Gravity's Remix of "Hollow Moon" No that's my shit right there (when it comes to dubstep at least)
This is so good, but few have heard it.
This guys needs more attention
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I'll toss some out there. Not like anyone listens to most of these links anyways.
>Nondescript elevator music
>Limpdick bass frop
>Generic meme shit
I think my subwoofer is broken
and so is his microphone
and so is your mum
As an electronic fan I've been listening to alot of music. Here are some of my favourites
I also make my own music.
There's also a ton of other music I listen to on my promotion channel.
this band is pretty goochie https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-c8Gw2HU5kc
I know it's a video game soundtrack, but you really can't go too wrong with Hotline Miami
I never had SAP way back when, but now I can't stop with it.
And yes, Layne is incredible.
Do you like the newer stuff? I actually like some of it, like this one: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2D37POA11KY
I DO like the new stuff. DuVall does a great job. And Cantrell is still in the band and he was teh main writing force (although some classics were written by Layne, as well).
But if I had to choose... I do like the older stuff better. I know, I'm an unoriginal faggot. But yeah, man. Get all their albums, and just listen to them front to back. I have 'em all on my iPod, and I can NOT get enough of it.
Whenever I tell people I listen to AiC, Melvins, or Nirvana or anything from the 90's "Grunge" era, people laugh at me, and tell me how old it is. Idk why, I guess it's uncool to like that stuff now. But there's so much raw intensity and emotion from that era... I just don't get it. I don't get how this music doesn't speak to others. Good to know someone else understands.
Check this shit out, nerds.
Agree with everything you said, except the last part. Imma probably older than you, so 90's music is normal for me & my peers. In fact, I look down upon those who have lost the edge as they became old farts.
I guess that era is the new classic rock.
Did shrooms to this last weekend. My god it was fucking epic. The vivid colours and the droning of the music perfect fucking trip
Agree with both of yall. Rooster is immensely powerful unplugged. Stone Temple Pilot's unplugged session is really good too. Scott really showed off his fantastic voice.
I DO have friends who like this stuff too (mainly other musicians) but whenever I speak to others about it, regular everyday basic people... they look at me funny. And I was born in '94, so I was relatively late to the game. BUT I grew up in Washington state, and remember hearing that shit on the radio when it was happening, and as it was tapering off. I was in the middle of where it all happened. Quite a good time to be alive. I wish I could have witnessed more of it, though. You don't have any context as a kid, knowing just how revolutionary the things happening around you are... I wish I was born in say... '88. But yeah.
And I hope that era will become like classic rock. That it will become "cool" again. But who knows. I've always loved it.
>be listening to this
Here's more C&C because why not https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=re_dD8hMR1I
I say the best not because its the best video of all time.
I say it because it "best" exemplified the rock n roll *attitude*.
Ugly dudes, in Vegas, with lots of hot chicks, Fireworks, Blue Leather outfits, and another outfit with fucking lightbulbs on it.
Excess to the max.
What is more Rock'n'Roll than that?
Looks like MTV deleted a lot of the unplugged concert. I was watching it literally a week ago. BUT looks like someone uploaded it again, just two days ago. Fuck MTV.
Give it a watch, my friend.
It's cool man. It's never too late in the internet age. Listen to what you like, and don't let anyone else tell you anything different. Cheers.
True, true. Very excessive, for sure. Almost a parody. kek I like it
I second that. I can't stand hair metal.
Typical of long term heroine users. They can't find a vein in their arm anymore because they're all collapsed, so they start shooting up their hands. Heroine users hands are often very red and very swollen. And there's footage of Layne without gloves, where his hands are red too.
Fucking heroine man.
"Slow suicide is no way to go." -Layne Staley
Yeah, I think as far as uniqueness, Eddie Vedder all day. I would say that Chris Cornell probably has better technique and is more technically better.
And yes, Janis Joplin had a GREAT voice too. Amazing what excessive booze and cigarettes will do for a singer. (some singers, at least)
I don't know if you guys will like this stuff... but hear me out. If you want the same raw intensity that the 90's had, I think I found it. My friend turned me onto this band.
So... it's post-hardcore. But not the kind of shit where it's like Death Metal growls with like a poppy break-down where clean gay-ass vocals come in. This is like old post hardcore. With a little bit of screamo, and spoken word.
This song is a true story. Gets me every fucking time. My heart races, I start to sweat, it just fucks me up emotionally.
If you don't like it, it's cool. But I highly recommend you at least try it, and PLEASE listen to the vocals. they are everything with this band.
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They are both VERY skilled technical ability-wise. But I'd say Chris is better. BUT I like Vedder better. He's just SO goddamn unique.
I put Layne above both, though. He has the range of Cornell and an extremely unique voice, every bit as unique as Vedder.
It's not like they're singing about breaking up with their fucking high school ex girlfriend. it was about a shooting where one of their friends' sons was killed. The emotion is TOTALLY justified. Just listen to it all the way through, please. I had an extremely negative reaction when I first heard them too, but then I listened to that song and was fucking floored.
Its interesting really. all 4 of the Seattle singers were amazing in their own way. Vedder & Cornell on ability and technical prowess (training), Staley on range/dynamism, and Kobain on emotion and grit.
Thats the way I see it. Choose your weapon.
Everytime I see this pic, I think of this album cover.
Also, here's some badass CC (not from this album though)
There amazing, have you heard any of the "Here, Hear." Albums? They're really fucking good.
This song, I loved for years. And I started reading this book, "Still Life With Woodpecker" by Tom Robbins, and I was like "Where have a read this before." And it was this song. The words are literally a passage fromt he book. It's pretty cool. Jordans influence on his writing is really evident when you see these albums.
THIS is my favorite song and video of the last 18 months or so.
It doesn't get its ass out of bed until about 4 mins in, so you may want to skip forward until then.
Daaamn, that'd be a dope show to see. I saw them with cryptopsy and obituary a couple weeks ago. I was chilling in the downstairs area by the bathrooms and a security guy I was getting cool with took me to the side to give me a spot to sit because i was wasted from the pits before CC played, and George walked right past me to get to the stage. I didn't know what to do haha, it was dope though
Gotta love Corpsegrinder. Yeah, when I saw him, he made a crack at some asshat who was smoking at the venue (fucks with George's vocals, plus it was illegal there). And he told him if he didn't put out the cigarette, he would chop off his mom's tits. Gotta love the guy!
It was all in good fun though, of course. George is an extremely nice guy.
A bunch of different shit. You should at least find one that you like.
Sorry to hear that you didn't like it. To each his own. My first reaction to them was extremely negative too, but then i listened to that song all the way through. Hopefully, you'll come around someday, but if not, it's whatever /b/ro.
Some new bruizer shit, def worth checking out if you can get behind that style
I already have shit all up and down this list, man. But hey if you wanna hear something a little outside the box, I already mentioned it on here, but check out La Dispute's King Park. The lyrics fucking kill me every time. So much raw emotion and intensity, and the ending climax... makes my heart race.
Of speedcore? Other than him, not really unfortunately. Meant to get into it more ages ago, but I've been drawn off track by other genres.
Here's two albums though:
and there's a couple more in that "Links of Interest" bit up there