ITT: God tier foreign music
>Stromae - Racine Carrée
Same here, i'm finding myself able to enjoy music with languages I don't understand more these days, maybe it's just me but I hear a lot more emotion in their music, especially stromae
Gold Fields / You're welcome.
Yeah it's weird how much your taste in music can change..
I started listening to rock and roll in 7th grade and I hated rap. Never thought I would listen to it but now I enjoy it as much as any other genre.
>a "must hear" one
Big rap fan myself, but yeh as the years roll by i've essentially lost devoting to a particular genre/genres, I just enjoy what I enjoy regardless, pretty much listen to the full spectrum now
You all need Nujabes in your lives.
Also mfw this thread
You might recognise this one but it's one of those ones that stayed under the radar of most radio stations.
El Mato a un Policia Motorizado
(Foreign to you, amidoinitrite?)
You are welcome.
Stromae is king.
Love tous les mêmes, formidable, bienvenue chez moi, rail de musique, te quiero, alors on danse, je cours and cheese.
The best part? I'm learning French right now so I as time goes on I start to understand what he is saying... lyrical genius.
this is good thread keep it alive people
My fucking nigga
>Not spain, but Argentinian rock. full band, not only guitar+voice
I'm a spicfag, so i don't really know anything about SpanishfromSpain music.
>Funk in spanish
>kinda rap in spanish (slow so it's easier to understand for non-natives)
Interested know in something specific?
so for like just spanish classical guitar, composers would be like isaac albeniz, manuel maria ponce (mexican, not spanish), francisco tarrega, and federico moreno torroba.
for guitarists - john williams (not the star wars guy), manuel barrueco, christopher parkening, and andres segovia.
for flamenco - paco de lucia & paco pena are the most popular, but also somewhat formulaic. some of the more authentic flamenco would be like castellon, pepe nunez, and the aforementioned la paquera de jerez (singer) and el camaron de la isla.
i'm sure there's tons of that shit all over youtube.
Nice! I'll be checking out all the links, do you know anything that's upbeat
Considering the other guy will give you a lot of classical guitar or flamenco music (i could only tell you about paco de lucia or camaron de la isla) here are another kinds of music in spanish.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=usrRCyxItb8 ->i really like this song
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y9LlnLTH87U ->This band is kinda interesting because how much it changes it's style. During their old stuff you could find almost fucking anything in their tracks:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_4ZyRQI0Th4 >song about how he got his cock stock in the zipper
Oh, i see.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XF1PTON3IkM -> Song about the slut next door.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pVCnZs7UT3s -> Slightly different
Those where more of the "rock" side.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qpGldXJ_Enw -> i can't seem to find this song, but the studio version is fucking awesome.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5NJ-veFGtG0 -> i'm not really into this, is what they call here "cumbia villera". but whatever suits your boat...
>Whatever floats your boat.
>Whatever suits your fancy.
I don't know if it's god tier but it's got really simple production and i think their voices are pretty fucking delightful, like coco rosey (sp?) without quite as much annoying babyness.
If anyone knows of any good 70s ethiopian funk jazz, i've been looking for this one band i heard on college radio for like 5 years. i couldn't right it down and even if i could have i couldnt have spelled the names. the band i'm thinking of sounds like a really sunny hawaiin surf pop with hindu sounding vocals, very funky, very jazzy tho.
Yeh I really enjoyed that one, been listening to him for a few years now so I got all his stuff but I was just insanely impressed with the most recent one, can't think of a track from him i genuinely disliked
these are just a few musicians i like