You should totally tell me what to listen to.
oh and of course talib kwali.
"To this day that was the most bullshit caesar salad I have every experienced..." - triggerfinger
Please note not all will be good; but pretentious? You bet.
Seeing your name reminds me, I mean. Not mountain goats.--Vive le Montréal libre.
want to come over for hockey and whatnot on monday evening?---I don't think anyone's ever really died from smoking. --ni
Were you Caving afterwards? If so, I'll probably pass on that part so I can take the frame home.--Vive le Montréal libre.
"I always percieved the Q to be more about laughing at sadness, not laughing per se." -infinitera
Also check Black Mountain, Brandi Carlile, Kaada, Orange Goblin, The Warmers, & The Evens.
Arbeit Macht Frei
I've just been listening to Octane radio which has good music must of the time, but it's pretty repetitive and doesnt play much of the punkish style.
And seeing as how your stuff is done with I assume it won't go mainstream pissing me off.
they were too busy keeping it real.
SMUT (my band), on the other hand, has a respectable repertoire of downloadable punk available here.---I don't think anyone's ever really died from smoking. --ni
and the fan collaborative:
as 256 said, there are no surviving recordings. and some of the links on the pages are now dead. but there it is.
You have, undoubtedly, heard of Grandaddy, Fiery Furnaces, Wilco [the early stuff!], certain points in the career of David Bowie, Olivia Tremor Control/Apples in Stereo/Of Montreal etc. So I will mention some more obscure musical selections which I usually recommend whenever anybody asks for something that will be enlightening and, I think, not altogether unpleasant. I haven't been listening to anything new lately, unfortunately, because my sources of free music are over.
-Doktor Kosmos, who was the keyboardist for Komeda but really produced better solo work. I'm not sure about his latest, so go for some older stuff like Reportage!.
-Apparat Organ Quartet. I have been criminally negligent in that I haven't checked out the rest of Johann Johannsson's projects, but I think he also would be a good listen.
-Jonathan Richman. "I was dancing at the lesbian bar. Oh! Oh! Oh!"