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Old 05-15-2014, 10:18 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Question What's your favorite band/album/song you have randomly stumbled across recently?

Either on youtube or maybe last fm or something else? Basically something you've liked as a result of happy accident. And how did you come across them?

Just came across this whilst searching for 60s british psych tracks on Facebook:





Hey, youtube embed isn't working… anyway… http://youtu.be/miS4ugWLS1A

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Old 05-15-2014, 11:41 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Either on youtube or maybe last fm or something else? Basically something you've liked as a result of happy accident. And how did you come across them?

Just came across this whilst searching for 60s british psych tracks on Facebook:



just copy and paste the very end of the address....for this one its "miS4ugWLS1A"

that was pretty good

while looking at album covers which feature eggs on them i came across this cover


this blew me away....it was exactly what i was looking for.....i could write a book on how this cover relates to the basic principles of DaDa, Surrealism and Transgressive philosophy

i had to hear them asap....turns out that this album is everything i wanted it to be

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^How did you search for albums containing eggs on the cover? If I may ask. Or did I misunderstand that?
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i stumbled upon a few lists on Rate Your Music
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Oh okay. I've actually never used RYM. Guess I might have to start if they have interesting things like that as a way to filter music.
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Old 05-15-2014, 12:20 PM   #6 (permalink)
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Old 05-15-2014, 12:29 PM   #7 (permalink)
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just copy and paste the very end of the address....for this one its "miS4ugWLS1A"

that was pretty good

while looking at album covers which feature eggs on them i came across this cover


this blew me away....it was exactly what i was looking for.....i could write a book on how this cover relates to the basic principles of DaDa, Surrealism and Transgressive philosophy

i had to hear them asap....turns out that this album is everything i wanted it to be

Ha ha, wow this track is pretty good. Gonna get a copy of that album I think!

Thanks for the tip with the link.

And yeah, random to search for covers with eggs ha ha ha!
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I put on the 'Music Choice' soundscapes channel when its bedtime, and it sometimes spits out some real gems that are so awesome it make it more difficult to sleep haha. This is from last night.

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Former bass player with Drive-By Truckers, just found out about her new band at another music site...


Shonna Tucker & Eye Candy "Austin Side" - YouTube

And a young blues guitarist I just recently stumbled upon while looking for something else on YouTube...


Marquise Knox - Shine On Moon - YouTube
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Old 05-17-2014, 05:55 PM   #10 (permalink)
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So far Poise Is The Greater Architect wins.

Interested to hear more stumbled upon bands!….
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