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Old 09-27-2012, 04:31 AM   #421 (permalink)
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Old 10-02-2012, 01:16 PM   #422 (permalink)
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Frank (Just Frank) - Do The Soviet


Soviet Soviet - Contradiction


Velvet Condom - Spiritualized


Tristesse Contemporaine - I Didn't Know


Lescop - 'La Foret' (official video)


Yan Wagner - Forty Eight Hours (Clip Officiel)
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Old 10-06-2012, 01:51 PM   #423 (permalink)
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Old 10-15-2012, 03:58 AM   #424 (permalink)
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Hello there.
Would anybody suggest me some good albums with female vocalists?
I recently discover Florence and the Machine and Lana del rey (I know I am late, but better late than never) and liked them very much.
I am not even sure that these ladies are indie or alternative because they record on major labels and their music is very enjoable and mellow, but I hope you understand the kind of songwriting and voices I like
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Hello there.
Would anybody suggest me some good albums with female vocalists?
I recently discover Florence and the Machine and Lana del rey (I know I am late, but better late than never) and liked them very much.
I am not even sure that these ladies are indie or alternative because they record on major labels and their music is very enjoable and mellow, but I hope you understand the kind of songwriting and voices I like
Thanks in advance
Not sure this if you would like this or not but Feist has got some pretty solid tunes. A lot of people have heard of her more popular music but dont realize that she has got some really good songs slipping by behind the scenes.

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Old 10-16-2012, 07:40 AM   #426 (permalink)
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Not sure this if you would like this or not but Feist has got some pretty solid tunes. A lot of people have heard of her more popular music but dont realize that she has got some really good songs slipping by behind the scenes.

Excellent suggestion, man.
I have just listened to an entire album called METALS and I find that is really good: great voice, great songwriting.
I appreciate it
Now I will try with Yeah Yeah Yeah ....
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Old 10-16-2012, 02:58 PM   #427 (permalink)
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Lykke Li is a favorite of mine. Not quite the same as the above mentioned, but i really enjoy her stuff. I recently saw her on ACL with Florence and the Machine.

Regina Spektor maybe. Ellie Goulding seems to be making a big splash but I haven't really listened to her.

Phantogram, I know not on the same page as the above at all, but if you haven't checked them out they are worth a listen. two of my fav's: "Mouthful of Diamonds" and "When I'm small."
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For good female singer/songwriters you can't go wrong with Sharon Van Etten. Her last two albums Epic and Tramp are well worth a listen.

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Old 10-17-2012, 07:44 AM   #429 (permalink)
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to all of you that are givin me precious suggestions for female musicians/singers.
I am savin on a list all the names and I really wanna listen carefully to all of them little by little.
Please keep on suggest, I have time and passion

I like Lana Del Rey, too. Saw her adverts on music mags and listened to Born to Die and like it.
Do you think she's authentic, sincere or just a market artificial creation?
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I don't know much about Lana Del ray, but from what I have heard I like.

As for her being authentic, it looks like she has paid her dues, so to speak, in the club scene. So that's something, for me. other than that I couldn't say.

Another band you should check out, Best Coast. To me they are what California sounds like. The lyrics and music are well, sloppy, but it works.

The album Crazy for You is the best. I haven't really listened to much off the new one, The Only Place. Frankly, I just can't get into it. But add them to the list
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