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It rarely gets talked about here. Everything is trashy celebs, food, people who were famous in the 1940s, and porn stars.

So ... what music do you like?

I'm really into The Knife, Fever Ray, Eminem, Heartbreak, Chromeo, Fad Gadget, Boytronic, Man Parrish, Depeche Mode, The Pixies, Phoenix, The Faint.

Here's a YouTube clip of Chromeo:

by Anonymousreply 10301/16/2013

The Knife and Fever Ray are cool.

I like US indie, but I hate Brooklyn and Brit indie, heap of pretentious, boring shit.

The Bony King of Nowhere is pretty cool, also,likeing Breathe Owl Breathe, The Civil Wars, Lost in the Trees, Jesse Sykes & The Sweet Hereafter, Buke And Gass, Dark Dark Dark, The Blackheart Procession, Avi Buffalo, Lookout Mexico, Cat Power (yeah I know seems everyone name checks her at the moment, Metallic Falcons (much better than Sierra's work with Cocorosie), The Lively Ones.

Breathe Owl Breathe - Own Stunts, from their current record, Magic Central, love this video.

by Anonymousreply 103/05/2011

I listen to a little bit of everything...

Metal: still big on Judas Priest, Ralf Scheepers (has fueled too many jack-off fantasies to mention), German power metal, Opeth, prog (Steven WIlson is a God)

Lesbian folk: Brandi Carlile, Indigo Girls, Chris Pureka, Girlyman, etc, etc

Indie rock/pop: Phoenix, Mew, Menemona

Indie folk: Fleet Foxes, Mumford & Sons, Avett Bros, Midlake

Pop: ABBA, Spice Girls

80s Rock: Journey, Survivor, Styx, Toto, plus all the hair bands

Power Pop: Jellyfish, Tsar, Marvelous 3, SIlver Sun

Modern/commercial rock: Taxiride, Orson, The Feeling, The Click Five

Alt country: Nickelcreek, Lucinda Williams, Iris DeMent, Tift Merrit, Neko Case

Latin pop: Julieta Venegas, Caifanes, Mecano, Los Secretos

etc, etc

by Anonymousreply 203/05/2011

A mixed bag. Lots of classical and contemporary: Respighi, Ravel, Shostakovich, Holst, Bernstein, Copland.

Then on the other spectrum, I love Motown and Stock/Aitken/Waterman.

by Anonymousreply 303/05/2011

After the first listen today, I know I am going to be obsessed with Lykke Li's second album.

by Anonymousreply 403/05/2011

I'm really in love with the new Holcombe Waller album Into The Dark Unknown. He is fantastic!

by Anonymousreply 503/05/2011

Bands/artists whose output I buy without hesitation: The Knife/Fever ray, Goldfrapp, Pet Shop Boys, Robyn, Annie, Kate Bush, Roisin Murphy, Billie Ray Martin, David Bowie

Less fanatical about but generally like: Hot Chip, La Roux, Hurts, Bjork, Dragonette, Depeche Mode

And a whole lot of acts that are now defunct: KLF, Propaganda, Cabaret Voltaire, Cocteau Twins,Kraftwerk, Dead can Dance, New Order, etc.

Yeah, I do like electronic pop as you can tell.

by Anonymousreply 603/06/2011

The 2 bands I listen to the most are Fleet Foxes and Morphine.

Runners up would be: Edith Piaf, Tool, Muse, Radiohead, Mozart, Beethoven, Led Zeppelin, Nirvana, Pink Floyd, Midnight Juggernauts

Link is to Fleet Foxes. You should check out their Mykonos video as well.

by Anonymousreply 703/06/2011

I'm big in the 90s and early 00s alt bands, I was too young to be a memeber of the record buying public back then, but I'm really big into those bands now, They really had their shit going on.

Bands like; Helium, Come, Throwing Muses, Mazzy Star and Opal, Neko Case, early sadcore Cat Power. Cynthia Dall, The Swirles, His Name Is Alive, Ida, Lisa Germano, Belly, Red House Painters, Sahnnon Wright, Grant Lee Buffalo, Tara Jane O'Neil, Slowdive & Mojave 3,American Music Club, Galaxie 500, The Spinanes, Calexico....

by Anonymousreply 803/06/2011

Losing it anew over Kraftwerk

by Anonymousreply 903/06/2011

I love most genres of music, but it's dance music where my heart lies. Everything from disco to hi-nrg, sleaze, eurodisco, freestyle, house, uk garage, trance, eurodance, drum 'n bass, breaks, and everything between the cracks of all those.

Love boss nova and samba, standards, chanson, Northern soul, SAW/PWL, indie hip-hop, 90s hip-hop, 80s and 90s alternative (post-punk, new wave, grunge & trip-hop, Brit pop).

Got a lot of my preferences from my family - dad loves disco, 60s/70s/80s r&b, country, jazz (Latin, standards & modern instrumental); my mom was into 50s & 60s rock & pop, plus 70s folk; my brother loves hard rock & metal, r&b and 80s/90s pop & dance; my sister loves modern pop & r&b. I got exposed to a lot.

by Anonymousreply 1003/06/2011

I mostly listen to punk/rock/softcore/hardcore.

This is my favorite song these days: A Day To Remember - If It Means A Lot To You

by Anonymousreply 1103/06/2011

These guys.

by Anonymousreply 1203/06/2011

[quote] I love most genres of music, but it's dance music where my heart lies


by Anonymousreply 1303/06/2011

Any dance music, from Tchaikovsky to Motown to Disco To Lady Gaga.%0D %0D But my music express (traveling for the most part at 128+ bpm) skips most rap/raggaeton stations.%0D %0D And yes, my movie list reads like a who's who of gay collectables.

by Anonymousreply 1403/06/2011

Judy Garland

by Anonymousreply 1503/06/2011

Love Siouxsie (Siouxsie and the Banshes / The Creatures), Bjork (and her time with the Sugarcubes), Enya (and her time with Clannad and Clannad without Enya), Crystal Castles (love, love, love their untypical "Tell Me What to Swallow"), Massive Attack, Hector Zazou, the early stuff from Tricky, Finnish Folk band Va(e)rttina(e), The B-52s, Pet Shop Boys, Dubstar, Zola Jesus, Eurythmics, Grace Jones, Ladytron, New Pony Club, Beach House, Marc Almond, Anthony and the Johnsons, Rosenstolz (German band), Bloc Party, Arcade Fire, Editors, Florence and the Machine, Jonsi, Sigur Ros, Local Natives, Marina and the Diamonds, Kate Rusby, Pin Me Down (side project from one of the "Bloc Party" members), Keane, Coldplay, The Cranberries and Tori Amos.

by Anonymousreply 1603/06/2011

R12, that was awesome- so going on my FB. I recently bought "Replicas" myself.

Well if we're talking classic go to music, for me it has to be THE SMITHS first and foremost, but then you also can't beat a bit of Morrissey. I like most intelligent music from Aphex Twin, through Stereolab, to Frank Zappa (STILL years ahead of his time).

In the last 18 months it's been a lot of 80s synth stuff like Yazoo, Human League, Soft Cell and even some Throbbing Gristle and Suicide. Mixed with this, increasingly has been American indie folk rock like Midlake, Fleet Foxes, Grizzly Bear and the like.

Anyway, I bought "The Courage of Others" a year ago and found it flat on my stereo- cold and samey. HOWEVER, once I got to listening to it on my MP3 player... it just came alive on headphones. Really weird. Check out this tune for total awesomeness.

by Anonymousreply 1703/06/2011

And nothing gets me moving like this tune- it's been in my top ten for a good 18 months. I was thinking about synth music from the early 80s- it's just so mechanical but warm, mechanised but soulful. Modern PC-based sampled and sequenced electronica can't replicate that. Compare this to La Roux. There's just no contest.

by Anonymousreply 1803/06/2011

The only group you mentioned that I'm familiar with are the Pixies and they bore the piss out of me.

by Anonymousreply 1903/06/2011

Dimmu Borgir, Kraftwerk, Enya, Motorhead, Judas Priest, Rammstein, Blutengel, Dolly Parton, B-52s, Das Ich, Midnight Starr, Dazz Band, Slayer, Black Uhuru, Van Halen, Prince for starters.......

by Anonymousreply 2003/06/2011

R13, I'm actually a lesbyterian. Go figure. Partner says that she thinks I was a gay man in my last life.

by Anonymousreply 2103/06/2011

You have awesome taste in music, R6.

by Anonymousreply 2203/06/2011

[quote]The only group you mentioned that I'm familiar with are the Pixies and they bore the piss out of me.

Well, I'm not asking you to enjoy the music I enjoy. The good thing about music is there is so much of it.

So why don't you post the music you do enjoy?

by Anonymousreply 2303/06/2011

For all you Kraftwerk fans. Kraftwerk were basically the founders of Electronic Music. The first band to break through into the mainstream and Kraftwerks founder and lead singer, Ralf Hutter, is in his 60s and still unmarried and for his generation, we all know what that means right?

by Anonymousreply 2403/06/2011

What happened to muisc in the 90s. In the 60s and 70s Joni Mitchell, Neil Young, Bob Dylan all did well in the charts and they were like mainstream acts, the 80s were too I guess, but in the 90s def late 90s it all went to shit with R'n'B and Hip Hop and Britpop taking over cahrts. Terrible, horrible, downright dreadful, shitty, unoriginal, uninspired, rap and r'n'b and counterfeit indie has totally overtook the charts, what went wrong?

by Anonymousreply 2506/09/2011

Midnight Star, Dazz Band, SOS Band, Prince (before JW fried his brain), Morris Day, Digital Underground, En Vogue, Chaka Khan, Spinners, UB40

by Anonymousreply 2606/09/2011

Right now I'm listening to a lot of early 80s music, music that was made before my time, I really like The Dream Syndicate, Galaxie 500, Opal and Romeo Void, Never say never is so cool, "I might like you better if we slept together."

by Anonymousreply 2706/09/2011

Jazz, '40s-'60s country, '40s-60s R&B, some singer-songwriter stuff, some rock but not a hell of a lot. I don't care for most contemporary pop. I like Rufus Wainwright, but that's the only current artist I can think of that I even remotely keep up with.

by Anonymousreply 2806/09/2011

Saint Etienne, Tom Tom Club, the recent Tracey Thorn album. Lots of Steely Dan. From France: Noir Desir and Manu Chao. New Order, Leonard Cohen. Kelis, Massive Attack.

by Anonymousreply 2906/09/2011

Just picked up "the Black Opal" by Lisa Gerrard (of Dead Can Dance)- it's wonderful.....

by Anonymousreply 3006/09/2011

Jeff Buckley, Van Morrison, Joni Mitchell, Edith Piaf, Billie Holiday, Patsy Cline, Nina Simone, David Bowie, Hey Rosetta, Tragically Hip, The Trews, Pearl Jam, Ben Harper, Jack Johnson, Ella Fitzgerald, White Strips, Led Zeppelin, Loreena McKennit.

by Anonymousreply 3106/09/2011

Dirty Beaches, Shannon Wright, 50footWave, The National, Villagers, Sharon Van Etten, Cat Power (almost obligatory in Silver Lake, she lives here now with her bf Giovanni Ribisi), Brisa Roche, The Black Heart Procession, Jasmine Star, Palua Frazer & Tarnation, Slowdive & Mojave 3, Joanna Newsom, XiuXiu, Nina Nastasia, Evangelista, Forest Ghosts, Neon Indian.

by Anonymousreply 3206/09/2011

What difference does it make, OP?

by Anonymousreply 3306/09/2011

As far as I can tell everyone has good taste in music!

I like a lot of the same stuff as R6 - Goldfrapp (number 1 in my heart next to Bjork), Roisin Murphy/Moloko, The Knife/Fever Ray, Royskopp, Robin (what is it about Scandinavians and awesome music?), Sigur Ros, Shakira, Britney (mostly Black Out and Femme Fatale), Brazilian Girls, Neutral Milk Hotel, Julieta Venegas, Jeff Buckely, Leonard Cohen, Seu Jorge, Alice Coltrane, a bunch of Bay Area hip hop from the early 00's (Stones throw records), I could go on but I won't

by Anonymousreply 3406/09/2011

I'm all over the map these days... Beirut, Brandi Carlile, jj, Austra, Opeth, Katatonia, Anathema, Porcupine Tree, Fleet Foxes, Midlake, Journey, Foreigner, Rush, Angel.

by Anonymousreply 3506/09/2011

I actually miss the music of the 90's, but I was a teenager then.

by Anonymousreply 3606/09/2011

I love electronic music but I must say I was unimpressed by Kraftwerk when I saw them live.

I'm enjoying Foster The People right now.

by Anonymousreply 3706/09/2011

%0D %0D I listen to music from trashy celebs, people who were famous in the 1940s and porn stars.

by Anonymousreply 3806/09/2011

My first love was Hardcore, especially Bad Brains. I'll always treasure my memories of the incredible, and very homoerotic, all ages Sunday matinees at CB's and Rock Hotel. The media started exploiting it and all the B&T dickheads picked up on it for the violence and ruined that for me.

Then I started getting into post punk stuff like the Gun Club and Husker Du, but heroin completely took over the scene, especially the LES, and ruined that for me.

Got shipped out of the city, for my own good, and discovered all the great 4AD, C86 and Shoegaze stuff. Even got into twee for a minute.

Now it's a total mix. Love always and forever Throwing Muses/Kristin, also pre "69 Love Songs" Magnetic Fields, Buzzcocks/Magazine, Stooges, Neil Young, Sleater Kinney, David Sylvian/Japan, Nick Drake, Cocteau Twins, J&MC, Roxy Music, Black Mountain etc.

Right now I'm devouring the new Fucked Up punk opera "David Comes to Life". Epic. It inspired me to pull out all my old Hardcore vinyl which is cool.

My partner has one love, Metal. Black, Doom, Speed, Sludge, he loves it all.

by Anonymousreply 3906/09/2011

I like that LP where little kids sang suggestive new wave hits and covers of popular rock songs by the chipmunks.

by Anonymousreply 4006/09/2011

If you like listening to an interesting variety of non mainstream music and you have really eclectic tastes, you might like Late Junction on BBC3.

I'm overjoyed that my favorite presenter, Verity Sharp, has returned to the show after a 1 year absence. She has exquisite taste. It's a great show where you can hear jazz, blues, electronic, ambient, folk, classical, experimental, and great variety of world music. It's on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday nights on BBC3

by Anonymousreply 4106/09/2011

If you like fleet foxes, have you listened to one eskimo? And I love James McMurtry.

by Anonymousreply 4206/09/2011

Queen The Carpenters Yma Sumac Dolly Parton Tim Buckley Wolfmother LaShun Pace

I have the weirdest Ipod, eh?

Queen is just the greatest to me. They were versatile as all get out and Freddie Mercury still has no one who could match him even now.

I am awfully keen on a gospel singer named LaShun Pace right now. She can wail like you would not believe. If she ever made the move to secular music she would give Miss Patti Labelle a run for her money. I am including a link to one of her songs in case anyone is curious, it is a rocking one.

by Anonymousreply 4306/09/2011

one eskimO is good, but I don't hear the comparison to Fleet Foxes...

by Anonymousreply 4406/10/2011

Well, I'm only 31, but in my opinion, there hasn't been any decent music since probably the 1950's or so. There have been no one to follow in the footsteps of the greats like Sinatra, Mel Torme, Sarah Vaughan, Ella Fitzgerald, Carmen MacRae, Vic Damone, Eydie Gorme. You could probably argue that Barbra Streisand is about the only significant singer who has made an appearance since the early 1960's who actually has the kind of talent that was prevalent back then.

by Anonymousreply 4506/10/2011

%0D R45, you left out Jack Jones. He is one of the all time greatest singers ever.%0D %0D Go to and listen to him sing.%0D %0D You will be very moved by his greatness.%0D %0D He is also gorgeous to look at.

by Anonymousreply 4606/10/2011

[quote]You could probably argue that Barbra Streisand is about the only significant singer who has made an appearance since the early 1960's who actually has the kind of talent that was prevalent back then.%0D %0D %0D That's the gayest thing I've read in a very long time.%0D %0D Hilarious.

by Anonymousreply 4706/10/2011

You sound really lazy R45.

by Anonymousreply 4806/10/2011

Albums I'm listening to a lot lately,

One Mile North' Glass Wars

Yann Tiersen, Goodbye Lenin Soundtrack

The Like, Are You Thinking What I'm Thinking

Tara Jane O'Neil, In The Sun Lines

Stalight Mints, The Dream that Stuff was Made Of

The Spinanes, The Strand

Set Fire to Flames, Telegraphs in Negative: Mouths Trapped in Static

God Is An Astronaut, All Is Violent, All Is Bright

The Gaslight Anthem, American Slang

The Vandermark 5, Burn the Incline

Scout Niblett, This Fools Can Die Now

Red House Painters, Down Colorful Hill

Cat Power, MoonPix

Low & Dirty Three, In the Fishtank,

The Knife, Deep Cuts

Silver Mount Zion, He Has Left Us Alone but Shafts of Light Sometimes Grace the Corner of Our Rooms

Lisa Germano, Ecerpts from a Love Circus

Calexico, Tge Black Light

The Gamits, Antidote,

Crystal Castles, Crystal Castles

by Anonymousreply 4906/10/2011

R45 Do you like Anita O'Day?

by Anonymousreply 5006/10/2011

Jack White and Karen Elson just announced their divorce with a big party. Wow.

by Anonymousreply 5106/10/2011

"Jack White and Karen Elson just announced their divorce with a big party. Wow."

Not shocked about the divorce, what did he know her, about a MONTH or less? Then he asked her to get married?! Seems really wacky, but oh so 'typical rockstar' behaviour, which White tries to remove himself from that world, just barely.

Karen Elson is probably worth more than he is!

by Anonymousreply 5206/10/2011

Yes, they knew each other about six weeks before they got married. Surprising that they lasted this long, really.

Announcing a divorce is one thing; there's something a little obnoxious about making the party invite public, especially when they've got two little kids.

by Anonymousreply 5306/10/2011

Anybody on DL into Symphonic Death Metal?

(Dimmu Borgir, Cradle of Filth, Nightwish, Therion etc.)

by Anonymousreply 5406/10/2011

HUGE Nightwish fan... I still regret not going to see them with Tarja in Montreal in '04. Little did I know it was going to be my last opportunity. Really haven't liked the band without her.

And r45, anyone who lists Sinatra as a great anything isn't qualified to talk about music ;)

by Anonymousreply 5506/10/2011

Jack and Karen's carefree approach makes me wonder if this has been in the works for a while and if him producing her record was part of a deal.

by Anonymousreply 5606/10/2011

OP Chromeo is alright, but they haven't done anything new for years. Check out PANTyRAiD, Pretty Lights, Mimosa, Fresh2DEATH or Big Gigantic!

by Anonymousreply 5706/10/2011

Chromeo put out a new album earlier this year, didn't they?

[quote]The Like, Are You Thinking What I'm Thinking

I much prefer their most recent release "Release Me".

by Anonymousreply 5806/10/2011

The only new thing by Chromeo I've heard recently is that single with La Roux. It was great but I haven't heard anything else off the new album.

by Anonymousreply 5906/10/2011

Neko Case, Elliott Smith, New Order, The Kills, and Land of Talk.

by Anonymousreply 6006/10/2011

I just surfed up Chromeo. Lame tunes, that is why few have ever heard of them.

by Anonymousreply 6106/10/2011

R52, how nice that the straights can be so cavalier in their serial marriages and divorces.

by Anonymousreply 6206/11/2011

I discovered Epitonic when I was 16 and found so much cool new music, then it went away, 8 years later it's back. Check it out for awesome new bands.

by Anonymousreply 6306/11/2011

Great thread OP. Gonna be adding a bunch of new songs to my mp3. Most of my favorite music is from the late 60's & 70's. I like a bunch from other years too, butthe stuff from the 60's and 70's is played more often than most anything else, Led Zepplin, The Doors etc.

by Anonymousreply 6406/11/2011

I loved URGE Radio before it was snuffed out and replaced by RHAPSODY. Crunch and Indie were my favorite stations in the mid noughties for new exclusive rock. I haven't been able to locate any stations that replicate their coolness since their demise. I've mainly listened to 93 XRT out of Chicago for most of my life.

by Anonymousreply 6506/11/2011

Robert Manos. I don't know how I missed this guy, but I love this song in particular.

I have it on right now. Link below:

by Anonymousreply 6606/23/2011

Listen to Stevie Nicks, bitches. Unless you want her to kick you in your vagina bones.

by Anonymousreply 6706/23/2011

I like music about trashy celebs, food, people who were famous in the 1940s, and porn stars.

by Anonymousreply 6806/23/2011

"Queen The Carpenters Yma Sumac Dolly Parton Tim Buckley Wolfmother LaShun Pace"

Remember the weird LP cover thread when there was a totally hilarious argument about Yma Sumac?!

by Anonymousreply 6906/23/2011

It's difficult to sum up my taste in music. Online mail-order music shopping has changed my life (my collection will hit 1000 cds this year) and I now order 1-2 cds a week. I started out a techno/house purist (detroit & chicago, thank you) and, through that, went on to disco, funk, rootsy reggae & dub (Studio One and Wackies type stuff), 80s post punk & dance punk (Pylon were one of the best bands ever), italo disco, afrobeat, turkish psychedelic rock, and much, much more. CDs on high rotation at the moment include Messages From The Void (compilation of new electrodisco label Cyber Dance), Sandwell District album (deep, broody UK techno), Delta Swamp Rock (beautiful 2cd comp of 60s/70s southern country rock on Soul Jazz Records), ATA live at Robert Johnson (beautiful and obscure 80s italo and new wave), and Disco Discharge: Cruising The Beats (very cheesy gay electronic disco from the 80s - I have the whole Disco Discharge series).

by Anonymousreply 7006/23/2011

I like a lot of the music R31 mentioned: Van Morrison, Joni Mitchell, Ella Fitzgerald, Led Zeppelin, Billie Holiday, Tragically Hip, Patsy Cline.

To that, I'd add: classical and dixieland jazz, The Rolling Stones, Pink Floyd, Alanis Morisette, Bruce Springsteen, Billy Joel, Guns and Roses, Maroon 5, Stevie Nicks, Alice Cooper, Aerosmith and The Moody Blues.

Certain songs are good therapy sometimes: Tuesday Afternoon by the Moody Blues is soothing and beautiful to me as is Nights in White Satin by the same band and Wild Horses by The Stones. Even though Guns and Roses' Sweet Child O Mine is simple, I love it and often have it stuck in my head. Crazy by Patsy Cline is arguably the most hauntingly well done song ever. Aerosmith's Dream On is good old 70s rock.

by Anonymousreply 7106/23/2011

Really looing forward to Tori's new album. Cover looks cool.

by Anonymousreply 7206/23/2011

I've been listening nonstop to The Tallest Man on Earth and Bon Iver. Making me wish for winter already.

by Anonymousreply 7308/22/2011

India Arie

by Anonymousreply 7408/22/2011

I'm loving Gazelle Twin and her "Entire City" CD.

by Anonymousreply 7508/22/2011



by Anonymousreply 7612/27/2012

Opera and Macey Gray

by Anonymousreply 7712/27/2012

Helen Forrest, Jo Stafford, Mildred Bailey, Connie Francis, Shirley Bassey, Vikki Carr

by Anonymousreply 7812/27/2012

AC/DC, Led Zeppelin, Black Sabbath, Metallica, Judas Priest, Iron Maiden, Alice In Chains, Soundgarden, The Rolling Stones, Opeth, Blue Oyster Cult, Queen, Thin Lizzy, System Of A Down, The Beatles, Elvis Presley, Pink Floyd, Depeche Mode, David Bowie, The Cult, Dimmu Borgir, Rammstein, The Kinks, Alice Cooper.

by Anonymousreply 7912/27/2012

Taylor Swift, Justin Bieber, Skrillex and Deadmau5.

by Anonymousreply 8012/27/2012

TED NUGENT. Just kidding. Has anyone actually listened to that douche-hole since 1977?

by Anonymousreply 8112/27/2012

I realize this is an old thread, but this year I fell hard for Bright Light Bright Light's album, "Make Me Believe in Hope."

by Anonymousreply 8212/27/2012

---Nightwish, Lady Gaga, Bullet For My Valentine, Queen, Godsmack, The Killers, Bee Gees, Slayer, Alan Parsons Project, Yes, Jimi Hendrix, Metallica, Tool, Deep Purple, R.E.M., Elvis Presley, AC/DC, Nine Inch Nails, Chuck Berry, B.B. King, Madonna, The Cure, Rage Against The Machine, Led Zeppelin, The B-52's, The Beatles---

by Anonymousreply 8312/27/2012

Op, from your lists I like Chromeo, Man Parrish, Depeche Mode. But I also like Deadmau5, and Daft Punk too.

by Anonymousreply 8412/27/2012

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by Anonymousreply 8512/27/2012

Alabama Shakes

by Anonymousreply 8612/27/2012

Dusty Springfield, Peggy Lee, Barbra Streisand, Linda Ronstadt

by Anonymousreply 8712/27/2012

Any others into Halestorm? Lzzy can fucking wail.

by Anonymousreply 8812/27/2012

Really into Jukebox the Ghost right now.

by Anonymousreply 8912/27/2012

Dreamy/trippy folk: Animal Collective, Marissa Nadler, Emily Haines and the Soft Skeleton

Other: Dirty Projectors, Grimes.

by Anonymousreply 9012/27/2012

The Irrepressibles

by Anonymousreply 9112/27/2012

Tina Turner, Ree Ree, Dionne Warwick, Patti LaBelle, Diana Ross, Donna Summer, La Streisand

by Anonymousreply 9212/28/2012

For the last few weeks I've been listening to Susanna Hoffs. I can't get enough of her CD that was released a few months ago.

First of all, I love her voice. Always have. Secondly, her latest sound reminds me a bit of 60's California pop, like the Mamas and the Papas, which I've always enjoyed. And finally, based on the interviews I've watched on You Tube, she seems so level-headed about her career, and playing to much smaller audiences today vs. the heyday of The Bangles.

As an added plus, I've never seen a 50+ year-old-woman look this good. If she's had work done, it's not noticeable.

Love her.

by Anonymousreply 9312/28/2012

That's lovely, R93.

And if it sounds like I'm being trite and dismissive, I'm not. I really found her music lovely and charming. Thanks for sharing it.

by Anonymousreply 9412/28/2012

Fucking love Halestorm!!

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by Anonymousreply 9801/15/2013

R87, Linda is my favorite singer.

by Anonymousreply 9901/15/2013

Melody's Echo Chamber

by Anonymousreply 10001/16/2013

Lately I've been listening to a lot of music from the days of woodstock (60s)...Joan Baez, Jimi Hendrix, The Who, etc

I have gone as far as downloading woodstock concerts

by Anonymousreply 10101/16/2013

You like Wilco? I do.

by Anonymousreply 10201/16/2013

Hoffs dresses like a fuckin' ho. Imagine if a guy dressed like that.

by Anonymousreply 10301/16/2013
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