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Re: i'm ready to come out from under my rock, please help me.
« Reply #50 on: 02 Jul 2008, 10:47 »

Not unless it becomes present in every thread I ever post in. It will become my sig!
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« Reply #51 on: 03 Jul 2008, 19:49 »

US MAPLE.

That article was genuinely written for and inspired by Yelley.
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Re: i'm ready to come out from under my rock, please help me.
« Reply #52 on: 05 Jul 2008, 06:29 »

early Death Cab for Cutie (nothing newer than we have the facts)

I dunno Jeph. I thought The Photo Album was pretty solid.
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Re: i'm ready to come out from under my rock, please help me.
« Reply #53 on: 06 Jul 2008, 13:47 »

Yelley, you might also enjoy The Weepies and if you want something more electro-poppy, Shiny Toy Guns are fun, too. Someone said Eisley's EPs and I agree with that too.
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Re: i'm ready to come out from under my rock, please help me.
« Reply #54 on: 06 Jul 2008, 19:09 »

early Death Cab for Cutie (nothing newer than we have the facts)

I dunno Jeph. I thought The Photo Album was pretty solid.

Augh, no way. SO WHINY even by DCFC standards. Between the "LA Is Dumb" and "My Dad Is A Cunt" songs I can't bear to listen to it anymore.

My favorite thing about Facts, and something I think is sadly lacking in virtually anything Ben Gibbard has touched since, is its understatement. Everything with newer DCFC and the Postal Service (which, to be honest, I still enjoy) is all "HEY GUYS CHECK IT OUT MY HEART IS ON MY SLEEVE RIGHT HERE LOOK YOU CAN POKE MY VENTRICLES," and it's disappointing to me because I think he's capable of more subtlety than that.

Man I hate bashing on the guy, he has made a record that I genuinely think is a classic and I know it's shitty to be That Guy On The Internet Who Bashes You Because He Liked Your Earlier Work Better...but yeah.
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Re: i'm ready to come out from under my rock, please help me.
« Reply #55 on: 06 Jul 2008, 20:19 »

and if you haven't already get some of the flaming lips, they're great :D

as for lesser known stuff try "the shaky hands" "the dandy warhols" infact just get a plane ticket to portland
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« Reply #56 on: 06 Jul 2008, 20:22 »


some may hate me for this but i can't stand death cab for cutie, any of their shit. period, sorry jeph and everybody else
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Re: i'm ready to come out from under my rock, please help me.
« Reply #57 on: 08 Jul 2008, 00:36 »

I agree with everyone who says Stars.
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Re: i'm ready to come out from under my rock, please help me.
« Reply #58 on: 08 Jul 2008, 15:07 »

TV On The Radio, Sufjan Stevens, The Bellrays, The Drive By Truckers, Nick Cave, Portishead, Hercules and Love Affair, The National, LCD Soundsystem...
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Re: i'm ready to come out from under my rock, please help me.
« Reply #59 on: 09 Jul 2008, 03:49 »

I wonder how you came to the conclusion that Portishead sounds even remotely like anything worth listening to.

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Re: i'm ready to come out from under my rock, please help me.
« Reply #60 on: 09 Jul 2008, 04:26 »

roffle.

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« Reply #61 on: 09 Jul 2008, 10:09 »

while Portishead isn't a bad suggestion, I'm more baffled by TV on the Radio, Drive By Truckers and Nick Cave...

and Sufjan Stevens is just boring. there, i said it.
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« Reply #62 on: 09 Jul 2008, 13:22 »

I've been tempted to do this to you on the phone a few times, buuuuuuut..

-Explosions In The Sky
-Mono
-American Analog Set
-Colossal
-Owls

i love you.
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« Reply #63 on: 09 Jul 2008, 14:33 »

I say: Black Mountain, Rheostatics, Bridezilla, The Dismemberment Plan?

Also I second Mountain Goats and Flaming Lips.

(If you don't like the bands I posted, it's probably because I'm terrible at distinguishing links in music. They all have guitars though. That's a link right?)
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Re: i'm ready to come out from under my rock, please help me.
« Reply #64 on: 09 Jul 2008, 17:16 »

Maybe you'd like Spoon, Sloan, Okkervil River, Leander, The Whitest Boy Alive, Tilly And The Wall, The Weakerthans, and Pink Nasty...

EDIT::
Ok, I'm kinda late on these bands, sooo:
Go Go Go Airheart
Two If By Sea
Thomas Lunch
Kinetic Stereokids
Hot Hot Heat
Bang Gang
1986
Bridges and Powerlines
Amplifco
Broken Social Scene (For a fun time, listen to their song "Love and Mathematics" and read through the XKCD archives)
Yo La Tengo
Chikita Violenta
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Re: i'm ready to come out from under my rock, please help me.
« Reply #65 on: 09 Jul 2008, 18:07 »

and Sufjan Stevens is just boring. there, i said it.



can we like... have a baby together or somethin? i have fallen for you
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Re: i'm ready to come out from under my rock, please help me.
« Reply #66 on: 09 Jul 2008, 18:47 »

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« Reply #67 on: 09 Jul 2008, 18:48 »

Mmm....if you're ready to "come out from your rock", i'd suggest to listening to things that could not really be listed under the umbrella term "indie". Or post rock (for that matter) Not that there's anything wrong with liking indie (or that it's even a genre per se, with a clearly definable sound, etc) Just.......try to branch out, i guess.

As i know that's not as easy as it sounds, you could start by listening to things that sound "kind of" like the things you posted in your list, but are either more challenging/older,etc.

For example, if you like post-rock, try listening to challenging post rock....like Gastr del Sol. They more or less lack the instrumental crescendos that permeate the whole genre of post-rock but are awesome in their own way.

Anyway, some random things i suggest, given your tastes:

-Television (GET. MARQUEE MOON. NOW.)
-Joy Division
-Talking Heads
-Battles
-Sonic Youth
-Fugazi

I know it's rather useless if i don't post any download links, but still, try listening to one or two of the above bands.
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Re: i'm ready to come out from under my rock, please help me.
« Reply #68 on: 09 Jul 2008, 18:53 »

Eugh... I'm sorry, but the first time I listened to Joy Division, was the song Atmosphere, it turned me off...

I LOVE Battles tho'. So kudos there.
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« Reply #69 on: 09 Jul 2008, 21:14 »

sorry, but television sucks, and always have, except for minis demilo song the rest is just... crap
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Re: i'm ready to come out from under my rock, please help me.
« Reply #70 on: 10 Jul 2008, 01:56 »

Man, I don't even know who Television are, but I'm going to check them out just to spite you.

I will agree with you on the Sufjan Stevens comment though. I hate that guy.
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Re: i'm ready to come out from under my rock, please help me.
« Reply #71 on: 10 Jul 2008, 02:43 »

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« Reply #72 on: 10 Jul 2008, 07:29 »

sorry, but television sucks, and always have, except for minis demilo song the rest is just... crap

if we're going to get nasty, there's going to have to be some ground rules

no branding
safe word is tangerines
television does not suck
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Re: i'm ready to come out from under my rock, please help me.
« Reply #73 on: 10 Jul 2008, 07:31 »

sorry, but television sucks, and always have, except for minis demilo song the rest is just... crap

Die in a fire.
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« Reply #74 on: 10 Jul 2008, 08:13 »

sorry, but television sucks, and always have, except for minis demilo song the rest is just... crap

You fail.
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« Reply #75 on: 10 Jul 2008, 16:10 »


And yelley, don't forget to check out the terrific music of Glenn Branca somewhere along your journey. Oh...did I really just say that?

all i saw here was journey.

JUST A SMALL TOWN GIRL. LIVIN' IN A LOOOONELY WORLD.


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Re: i'm ready to come out from under my rock, please help me.
« Reply #76 on: 10 Jul 2008, 16:16 »

sorry, but television sucks, and always have, except for minis demilo song the rest is just... crap

if we're going to get nasty, there's going to have to be some ground rules

no branding
safe word is tangerines
television does not suck


isn't saying "television does not suck" seem to go along the lines with "branding?" iono, some would view that as a double standard


so i don't like television, never could, i was just expressing my opinion, if this bothers everybody i'll take my copy of free speech and go weep in the corner

or just say it anyways!

i don't like em,

let the lynching continue
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Re: i'm ready to come out from under my rock, please help me.
« Reply #77 on: 10 Jul 2008, 17:45 »

Wishing for your death in a fire is also free speech.

All's cool.
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Re: i'm ready to come out from under my rock, please help me.
« Reply #78 on: 10 Jul 2008, 17:57 »

Man, no one's seconding The Weakerthans but that suggestion sent me through my hard drive back to their entire collection and I highly recommend it.
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Re: i'm ready to come out from under my rock, please help me.
« Reply #79 on: 10 Jul 2008, 19:02 »

-Television (GET. MARQUEE MOON. NOW.)
-Joy Division
-Talking Heads
-Battles
-Sonic Youth
-Fugazi

Fuck yes.  Remain in Light, Daydream Nation, Unknown Pleasures, etc. 

Also: The Modern Lovers' self-titled debut.  If only everyone making the-music-currently-known-as-emo understood that Jonathan Richman already did awkward teenage angst better than they'll ever manage, there would be a lot fewer shitty bands in the world.
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« Reply #80 on: 10 Jul 2008, 21:37 »

Man, no one's seconding The Weakerthans but that suggestion sent me through my hard drive back to their entire collection and I highly recommend it.
I did... I love The Weakerthans... I wish I could go to one of their shows...
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Re: i'm ready to come out from under my rock, please help me.
« Reply #81 on: 11 Jul 2008, 00:50 »

-the shins
-iron and wine
-mogwai
-jason mraz
-sigur ros
-antony and the johnsons
-kings of convenience
-clap your hands say yeah
-neutral milk hotel
-the decemberists

You've done well, so far.  I, personally, don't even know how to be sick of the Shins, Mogwai, Sigur Ros, or Iron and Wine, though.

Acousticy goodness:
-Sara Lov - Choice songs: "Animals", and "New York".  Her band, Devics, is fantastic, too.  She's also a total babe, if that counts for anything.
-Sea Wolf - Basically, the whole "Get To The River Before It Runs Too Low" EP.
-Devendra Banhart - Listen around, there will be something you like, I guarantee it.
-Bright Eyes - Again, listen around.  Also, not quite acoustic, but a lot of mellow stuff.
-Belle and Sebastian - Everything.  Yeah.

Shoegazy Space-rock:
-Silversun Pickups - EVERYTHING.  Well, "Lazy Eye", "Kissing Families", "Well Thought Out Twinkles" are starters.
-The Secret Machines - "Now Here Is Nowhere", "Lightning Blue Eyes", "Alone, Jealous, and Stoned".  Holy fuck, these guys are amazing.
-Panda Riot.  Eety beety band at the moment.  Choice songs, uh, hrm, their MySpace stuff plus a song called "Marker"

Unclassified Amazing:
-The Arcade Fire - Funeral.  Yes, the entire album.
-TV On The Radio - Start at Young Liars - EP and work your way up.
-Eulogies - "Life Boat", "One Man", "If I Knew You".  Adding them on MySpace got me a "Hellooooo" comment from them, which is cool.

Good luck.
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« Reply #82 on: 11 Jul 2008, 03:03 »

if you yourself play an instrument i have a musical fetish on getting albums by musicians who pretty m uch masturbate with their instruments

guitar? joe satriani or steve vai (i don't dig the vai)

bass? victor wooten
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« Reply #83 on: 11 Jul 2008, 09:20 »

Man, no one's seconding The Weakerthans but that suggestion sent me through my hard drive back to their entire collection and I highly recommend it.
I did... I love The Weakerthans... I wish I could go to one of their shows...

I totally seconded The Weakerthans, guys.  You should totally go to one of their shows.  They're fantastic.
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« Reply #84 on: 11 Jul 2008, 10:27 »

Hopefully if I'm in Canada for Christmas, I'll catch one.
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« Reply #85 on: 11 Jul 2008, 10:51 »

Shoegazy Space-rock:
-Silversun Pickups - "Well Thought Out Twinkles"

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« Reply #86 on: 12 Jul 2008, 02:37 »

if you yourself play an instrument i have a musical fetish on getting albums by musicians who pretty m uch masturbate with their instruments

There are so many reasons you and I can never be friends, and this sentence just added another 10 years to the warranties on all of them.
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« Reply #87 on: 12 Jul 2008, 20:32 »

if you yourself play an instrument i have a musical fetish on getting albums by musicians who pretty m uch masturbate with their instruments

guitar? joe satriani or steve vai (i don't dig the vai)

bass? victor wooten
I got you covered.
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« Reply #88 on: 13 Jul 2008, 15:10 »

Zumpano - really off-kilter, sweet, charming power pop with copious dashes of Carl Newman.
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« Reply #89 on: 14 Jul 2008, 21:01 »

I'd just like to say that I am basically in the same position as yelley, give or take or exchange a couple/several bands. Thus, I found this thread extremely helpful and exciting and otherwise delectable. So now all that remains is finding time to go and find these musics and play their beautiful, beautiful sound waves through my skull. Mmmm, skullwaves!



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« Reply #90 on: 14 Jul 2008, 21:04 »

Nine Black Alps.
The Postal Service.
Porcupine Tree.
Josh Pyke.
Nick Drake.
Colin Hay.
Death Cab for Cutie.
Albert Hammond Jr.

They are all good groups. And you can't get sick of The Shins.
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« Reply #91 on: 14 Jul 2008, 21:33 »

And you can most definitely get sick of The Shins.

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« Reply #92 on: 14 Jul 2008, 22:18 »

Eugh... I'm sorry, but the first time I listened to Joy Division, was the song Atmosphere, it turned me off...

Fight you.
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« Reply #93 on: 14 Jul 2008, 22:22 »

Nine Black Alps.
The Postal Service.
Porcupine Tree.
Josh Pyke.
Nick Drake.
Colin Hay.
Death Cab for Cutie.
Albert Hammond Jr.
Are you joking?
They are all good groups. And you can't get sick of The Shins.
Redemption.
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« Reply #94 on: 14 Jul 2008, 22:28 »

I'm going to agree on the great suggestions, [Rant] I have been stuck in the Genesis of Rock, which in itself is not bad but I tend to be out of tune with everyone except when it comes to a musical debate of origins and the like. [/Rant]
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« Reply #95 on: 15 Jul 2008, 10:28 »

Eugh... I'm sorry, but the first time I listened to Joy Division, was the song Atmosphere, it turned me off...

Fight you.

WOAH!!!! Joy Devision was an utterly amazing band, plus, Atmosphere is a great song.
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« Reply #96 on: 15 Jul 2008, 10:31 »

I kind of agree, there's something off-putting about their sound and I can't figure it out.  I can't get into them and I don't know why.
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« Reply #97 on: 15 Jul 2008, 15:36 »

They are all good groups. And you can't get sick of The Shins.

Believe me, I am.
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« Reply #98 on: 15 Jul 2008, 17:04 »

Opeth's album "Damnation," which is, in opposition to what its name would suggest, soft, mellow, melancholic and peaceful in a depressing way.
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« Reply #99 on: 16 Jul 2008, 20:23 »

Richard Wagner.
Django Reinhardt.
Bob Dylan.
The Pixies.


Oh and Soulja Boy.
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