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Old 12-18-2015, 08:00 PM   #3681 (permalink)
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So Bathory and Burzum?
Yeah I'll definitely need to include those two. Thanks.
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Old 12-19-2015, 05:57 PM   #3682 (permalink)
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Aside from the endless waves of one man black metal projects, I highly recommend this



Breathtaking stuff. I don't recall how you feel about electronic music, but this utilizes so well, along with post-rock and classical
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Old 12-19-2015, 06:06 PM   #3683 (permalink)
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Planning a special feature next year on, literally, one-man bands. I have Panopticon, When Bitter Spring Sleeps, Funeris, few others. Doesn't have to be metal but preferably a genre I usually listen to, ie no hip-hop (those guys are usually on their own anyway), and no just singers; I'm talking about people who play a lot of instruments and make it sound like they have a full band behind them, but are only one person. Essentially, metal, prog, maybe dance/IDM, new wave, pop, folk (unlikely) and that sort of thing. Just a few ideas.

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Paysage D'Hiver (Black Metal)
Bob Drake (AvantProg/AvantPop)
The Nerve Institute (Prog)
The Psychedelic Ensemble (Prog)
Marco Minnemann /the album 'Celebration' (Prog)
Black Pus (Noise Rock)
Squarepusher (IDM)

Shall I rec specific albums by those as well?
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Old 12-20-2015, 06:51 PM   #3684 (permalink)
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Aside from the endless waves of one man black metal projects, I highly recommend this



Breathtaking stuff. I don't recall how you feel about electronic music, but this utilizes so well, along with post-rock and classical
Well as I think everyone agrees, a rec from you is not to be ignored, so will check out.
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Paysage D'Hiver (Black Metal)
Bob Drake (AvantProg/AvantPop)
The Nerve Institute (Prog)
The Psychedelic Ensemble (Prog)
Marco Minnemann /the album 'Celebration' (Prog)
Black Pus (Noise Rock)
Squarepusher (IDM)

Shall I rec specific albums by those as well?
Thanks. If you like, yes. Noise rock is unlikely to get a look in though, as I want to, insofar as I can, enjoy the music Ill be featuring. Paysage I know of, having featured them in Metal Month III. The rest are unknown to me.
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Old 12-20-2015, 06:57 PM   #3685 (permalink)
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Well as I think everyone agrees, a rec from you is not to be ignored, so will check out.
So can we all just agree that Mondo deserves the award for Best Music Taste this and probably every year? He's like Frownland, but not a pretentious prick.
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Old 12-20-2015, 07:03 PM   #3686 (permalink)
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Bob Drake - Bob's Drive-In
The Nerve Institute - Architects Of Flesh-Density
The Psychedelic Ensemble - The Dream Of The Magic Jongleur
Marco Minnemann - Celebration
Squarepusher - Hello Everything

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Fred Frith - Prints
The Flying Luttenbachers ‎- Incarceration By Abstraction

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Ruins Alone - Ruins Alone

Those last one might be a bit too weird, but, as Batlord would say: Don't be a ****ing wuss. Also probably something about potatoes.
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Old 12-21-2015, 02:26 PM   #3687 (permalink)
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So can we all just agree that Mondo deserves the award for Best Music Taste this and probably every year? He's like Frownland, but not a pretentious prick.
Good point.
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Bob Drake - Bob's Drive-In
The Nerve Institute - Architects Of Flesh-Density
The Psychedelic Ensemble - The Dream Of The Magic Jongleur
Marco Minnemann - Celebration
Squarepusher - Hello Everything

Also:

Fred Frith - Prints
The Flying Luttenbachers ‎- Incarceration By Abstraction

Also:

Ruins Alone - Ruins Alone

Those last one might be a bit too weird, but, as Batlord would say: Don't be a ****ing wuss. Also probably something about potatoes.
And being a girl.
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Looking for a softer cover of Karma Chameleon, one more serene and ambient.
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Old 12-29-2015, 02:59 PM   #3690 (permalink)
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Hi all. I've been married for eight years and have four kids. Every year on my anniversary I make a video for my wife using all the home video footage we shot over the year along with music I find that works with the video. This year though (year 8) I'm having a hard time finding good music to use. Below is a list of the music I've used for the last seven videos. Can anyone think of similar songs I could use. I'm looking for something about children, family, home, moments in life, etc. I think you can get an idea of what I'm looking for from this list...

She's a Lady - Tom Jones
You Can Let Go - Crystal Shawanda
Feels Like Home - Chantal Kreviazuk
The Man Song - Latitude
My Little Girl - Tim McGraw
Daddy's Girl - Red Sovine
My Front Porch Looking In - Lonestar
I Could Not Ask For More - Edwin McCain
Seeing Double - Twin Spin
Undeniably Unidentical - Twin Spin
Double Double Fun Fun - Twin Spin
God Gave Me You - Blake Sheldon
Mr. Mom - Lonestar
I Hope You Dance - Lee Ann Womack
Find Your Wings - Mark Harris
Moments Like This - The Afters
Never Gonna Be Alone - Nickelback
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