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Old 04-22-2010, 06:42 PM   #21 (permalink)
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I absolutely love Lightning Bolt. From what I've heard of them, 2Morro Morro Land from Hypermagic Mountain is my favourite for now. It helps me to quickly wake myself up in the morning.
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Old 04-23-2010, 03:40 AM   #22 (permalink)
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The Plot to Blow Up the Eiffel Tower, Black Eyes, and Liars (especially before their self-titled album) are pretty great.
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Old 05-02-2010, 03:45 PM   #23 (permalink)
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I sadly have never listened to Rapeman. I intend to change that ASAP, I ****ing love Big Black. I love most noise rock though, I was just trying to clarify what exactly falls under the term (I'm not so clear on genres, but my favorite music tends to be things made to be played loud with lots of distortion).

As far as noise pop, I'd recommend the Raveonettes, and definitely Railcars (they're very bizarre but one of my favorite bands), also Women seem to fit in with the bands you mentioned. More noise rock - The Mutators are always good, as well as AIDS Wolf. If you're looking for full blown noise check out Yellow Swans, but that has far less melody and structure than anything else mentioned so far.
I got the Women album a while back, never got into it. only liked a couple songs.





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Old 05-02-2010, 07:22 PM   #24 (permalink)
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I sadly have never listened to Rapeman. I intend to change that ASAP, I ****ing love Big Black. I love most noise rock though, I was just trying to clarify what exactly falls under the term (I'm not so clear on genres, but my favorite music tends to be things made to be played loud with lots of distortion).

As far as noise pop, I'd recommend the Raveonettes, and definitely Railcars (they're very bizarre but one of my favorite bands), also Women seem to fit in with the bands you mentioned. More noise rock - The Mutators are always good, as well as AIDS Wolf. If you're looking for full blown noise check out Yellow Swans, but that has far less melody and structure than anything else mentioned so far.
props on mutators, not exactly a well known band. they have a split with night wounds, you should check them out if you haven't before.

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You sure? What is considered noise rock then?
uhh most the other stuff in this thread... i really don't have anything positive to say about his music though so i'll leave it at that.
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Old 05-04-2010, 12:35 PM   #25 (permalink)
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Magic Markers are an interesting noise-rock band, or just noise. I listened to one of their first releases on Ecstatic Peace from 2005. I Trust My Guitar, etc and it's reminiscent of no-wave or early Sonic Youth from Confusion is Sex/Kill Your Idols period. Since then they had several releases and I wonder if anyone have listened to them. As I understood they somewhat changed their sound, so I'm curious to hear how they developed.

Not the best quality but the best I could find from that earlier period

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Old 05-08-2010, 11:49 AM   #26 (permalink)
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This has been my noise rock jam lately:

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I just recently got into Afrirampo...it's two girls from Japan who have made a reputation for themselves by the raw energy they have on stage. They really just sound like they are having a great time while making their music. If any of you guys are familiar with Acid Mothers Temple, they are good friends with that band and record on their label. They even made an album together called We Are Acid Mothers Afrirampo...which I also recommend if you like either band.

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Might as well bring this back from the dead for this one...

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^much appreciated. re-reading the thread reminded me of a few groups i used to love but forgot about. Lightning Bolt in particular
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^much appreciated. re-reading the thread reminded me of a few groups i used to love but forgot about. Lightning Bolt in particular
I have a bunch of their records laying around. I should revisit them.
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