Get Lucky is such a damn catchy tune
"Coach Mattison told me what the Ravens were about, what he thought," Beyer said. "He definitely encouraged me. I hold his opinion in high regard."
Get Lucky is such a damn catchy tune
giorgio by moroder
doin it right
Not thaaaaat new but good none the less. I liked Innerspeaker a bit more when it came out but it's still good. Yes I've been listening to them for years.
Tyler the Creator. His album name 'Wolf' is quite remarkable.
Its like a movie. IFHY is a great great song, almost every guy has felt like that.
Chance The Rapper's Acid Rap mixtape is hands down the best mixtape/album I have ever heard, IMO. Its just fantastic.. everyy song. Its extremely relatable for me too which takes the cake. His wordplay and voice amaze me.
Agree, it's phenomenal. I can't stop listening to it
I think I've listened to coco butter kisses and pusha man a thousand times. Lol, hes gonna o far. So much potential.
Because based on the video I thought it had to be a joke. I died a little inside when I found out it wasn't.
^^this video was great
My vote is for 21 Pilots
Real recoginize real!!
But seriously folks: The National, My Bloody Valentine. +1 for Broken Bells - was the soundtrack for writing my tenure application.
DTMD - Makin Dollars....Daley - Alone Togetther EP...Yu - The Earn...Rashad & Confidence - Element of Surprise....OC & Appollo Brown - Trophies...Appollo Brown & Guilty Simpson - Dice Game...Inspectah Deck & 7L & Esoteric - Czarface
I'm checking out the new Daft Punk right now... Pretty great...
Other than that I like the XX, Alt J, Blitzen Trapper, Grouplove, Trouble Andrew, and The Brian Jonestown Massacre. God bless the man that invented Spotify.
Apollo brown and oc trophies is so good. That is what hip hop should sound like. Apollo's ghostface killah brown tape is dope too. I can't get down with a lot of the pop rappers nowadays but that underground boom bap is still alive.
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Insanel talented.. sad that his life ended so soon.
Max Frost - No album but a few youtube videos. Highly recommended
Yonas - Has a couple mixtapes, and a remix of Foster the People's "pumped up kicks"
Newton Faulker - Hand Built by Robots
Major Lazer put out a fantastic album a couple months ago called "Free the Universe". It's awesome. Newest vid from it inspired some interesting reactions - song/video is called "bubble butt". Probably NSFW. REALLY weird
Max Frost - No album but a few songs/videos up on youtube.
Newton Faulkner - Hand Built by Robots album is solid.
Yonas - Has a few mixtaps, and a remix of Foster the People's "Pumped Up Kicks"
The Mountain Goats-- Transcendental Youth
Ezra Furman-- The Year of No Returning
Horshoe Gang- #true story
Freddie Gibbs- Baby face killa
Downward is Heavenward - Hum
A lost gem of the 90's and some great space rock. I dare you to give it a listen.
Rounds by Four Tet
And anything by Nouvelle Vague
I decided to make a concerted effort to listen to newer/different music, and I thus discovered this: http://www.allmusic.com/newreleases/editorschoice/january-2004. Basically, the website has an "Editors' Pick" section of all new albums out by month since 2004. I have used it to discover artists generally, and so I will go through and listen to all the good albums by the artists that have put out good albums from every month (look through January of 2004, see what artists have put out albums rated as 4.5 stars or higher at any time, and listen to those). That and Spotify have really contributed to my musical overload.
The Roots by Radical Face. Isn't well-known but highly praised by the reviews it's gotten
Ghostface killah- 12 reasons to die
Czarface-self titled album
El-p and Killer Mike-run the jewels. This comes out June 18th but I have a promo copy and it is bonkers
Not new, but unknown and underrated if "Music for Pleasure" by Monaco. Features Peter Hook, and is at times very Oasis- and New Order-ish.
Not too new, but great nonetheless:
Bear In Heaven - I Love You, It's Cool
My Bloody Valentine - m b v
Grizzly Bear - Shields
And my personal favorite "genre" for a while now would be drone/ambient drone...love the self titled album from A Winged Victory for the Sullen, with composer Dustin O'Halloran and (from stars of the lid) Adam Wiltzie.
Oh and one more. Weird Swedish electronic that is just straight up awesome:
The Knife - Shaking The Habitual
Free Energy's 'Love Sign'
Queens of the Stone Age's new album '...Like Clockwork' drops Tuesday, but I got my preorder early. As a longtime fan, I think it's one of their best albums, right up there with Songs for the Deaf. It's got a darker, Pink Floyd-y vibe going on and it's some of the best song writing and lyrics I've heard in years. Definitely one of the most underrated bands of the 2000's and it seems they may be finally getting their due.