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Old 12-09-2008, 04:25 PM   #521 (permalink)
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Default Any music recommendations

Below are some music genres that I either enjoy or believe I would enjoy.So I am just curious who are some bands/singers I should check out.I am mainly tired of being one of those people I despise who says they like a certain genre, but only really know a small amount of bands in that genre.So help me sink my teeth in these genres.Who knows maybe I or someone else might find things they might like they wouldn't have other wise.

* New Weird America
* Old Weird America
* Outsider Music
* Freak Folk
* Neo-Medieval Music
* Folktronica
* Dark Ambient
* Dark Cabaret
* NeoClassical
* Dark Wave
* Electroclash
* Experimental
* Experimental Ambient
* Ambient
* Neofolk
* Acid Jazz
* World
* Techno
* Industrial
* New Age
* New Wave
* Independent
* Electro Industrial
* Industrial Rock
* Ambient Industrial
* Martial Industrial
* Underground
* Minimal Techno
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Old 12-09-2008, 04:26 PM   #522 (permalink)
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Wait, there was an Old Weird America?

Go to the recommendation sticky btw.
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Old 12-09-2008, 04:28 PM   #523 (permalink)
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I want to get more into post-rock, right now I really only listen to EITS.
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My mom has this Christmas CD she really likes (click to listen) but she wants to find some regular music like this so she has it for non-holiday seasons. I'm not sure what it would be classified as. Downtempo or trip hop? Not really musical styles I listen to very often or am very familiar with.

So I was wondering if somebody could recommend me something like this?
I have the first four in this series and they will be perfect:

Amazon.co.uk: Real Ibiza Vol.6: Poolside Chill and Hammock House - Mixed and Compiled By Phil Mison: Phil Mison: Music
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Old 12-09-2008, 04:30 PM   #524 (permalink)
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Random: I just found these two on my computer, and I have no idea where they came from... I'll have to do some listening.
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Old 12-09-2008, 04:39 PM   #525 (permalink)
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Wait, there was an Old Weird America?

Go to the recommendation sticky btw.
Old Weird America was a term coined by music writer Greil Marcus in his book Invisible Republic: Bob Dylan's Basement Tapes (later retitled The Old Weird America for the paperback edition). He used the term to describe the often eerie country, blues and folk music featured on the Anthology of American Folk Music, and on Bob Dylan's Basement Tapes.
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Old Weird America was a term coined by music writer Greil Marcus in his book Invisible Republic: Bob Dylan's Basement Tapes (later retitled The Old Weird America for the paperback edition). He used the term to describe the often eerie country, blues and folk music featured on the Anthology of American Folk Music, and on Bob Dylan's Basement Tapes.
I could recommend some stuff but your list is a little overwhelming to be replied in full. Maybe just a couple of genres at a time.
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Old 12-09-2008, 10:07 PM   #527 (permalink)
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Something thats crazy alt like beck, as depressing (but strangely uplifting) as radiohead, psycdelic like pink floyd, and spacey like Archive
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That songs off Homogenic and that's my fave album of hers, Post is probably easier though, more pop orientated.
Homogenic is in the works right now...I don't necessarily like an easy listen.
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Old 12-10-2008, 10:07 PM   #530 (permalink)
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I listen to a lot of Springsteen, Bob Seger, Neil Young and Jackson Browne. Who do you think I would also enjoy?
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