ITT post your favourite album and we give recommendations based off that album
>pic related, das mine
I recommend this album, Breakfast with Girls by Self.
the last Mike getting Oldfield album
i always get the same recs
OP here, hot shit man this is great thank you
Primus and Zappa
Honestly I doubt you can recommend something similar to this. It's got this weird polyrhythmic late 80's power pop layed over John Lydon screaming misanthropic lyrics
Either this, or Future Days by Can
I can't decide
Have you tried out Can?
pic related for me. I really like lo-fi shit too.
Here's their best single
Personally, I think Future Days is when Can was at their peak, but it's not like their other stuff. It's very atmospheric, breezy, and ethereal
Already listened to Deserter's Songs senpai
Ok Go - Oh No
Check out LSD & the Search for God's new EP if you haven't.
Also, already listened to stuff like Beach Fossil's, Editors, etc, looking for something less known.
Not my fave album, but I've been listening to this one a lot lately and I've been looking for similar noisy pop.
I dunno if it's similar, but this is a great noisy pop album.
Tell me what you think of this:
Assuming you haven't checked out other bungle members stuff...
Other Patton projects, Fantomas, Tomahawk, Lovage, Moonchild,
Trey Spruance has some absolutely stunning instrumental albums by his Band Secret Chiefs 3
Trevor Dunn had his trio convulsant a really cool jazz group and MadLove a straightforward but enjoyable rock outfit
McKinnon has a small local band in Australia called Umlaut that's pretty interesting. It sounds very Bunglish with shifting genres and all that
Heifetz has Tangoo Saloon but I haven't heard much from them
Hop Along - Painted Shut
Kassem Mosse - Workshop 12
It's less field recordings, but it has the same feel
My Dad is Dead - The Taller You Are, The Shorter You Get
I like this cheesy 70s 80s dramatic inspring pop music
I kinda liked Closure in Moscow and I've listened to most older Prog and Krautrock