Discussion in 'Whatever' started by JHOTTROD, Jan 5, 2006.
Panda Bear Meets The Grim Reaper
Great clip !
Well that kicked all kinds of ass.
I recently started listening to Harley Poe. For those who are not familiar with this group, you may be familiar with the front man on the band. Joe Whiteford, who is an incredible artist is also a great lead singer for this folk, horror, punk, rock band.
Give them a listen. You can find a lot of their releases on Spotify or on their BandCamp website: http://harleypoe.bandcamp.com/
and for those interested in Joe's art work, check out http://joewhiteford.blogspot.com/
I'm sure a lot of you know Joe's work but for anyone who doesn't, check out his work and while you do that, listen to a great band!
I am seriously hooked since I started listening!
Stumbled across this one last night... The track itself is okay. Slick video though, it's worth the watch.
there is no future
^ Awesome! Thanks for sharing, I love it.
Much love for Amon Duul!
Here is one of my faves from them:
Been once again diving deep into Georgian folk... check these two out:
For roller skating in Philly.
And Amon Duul rules hard!
Cool! I actually went to Georgia some 5 years ago and went crazy for the music! My band became friends with Zedashe, a group that sings ancient polyphonic songs. My girl (& piano player for my band) just got back from her 3rd trip there; she can't get enough.
Here's one of my personal favorites. What a voice.
my son and I have been jamming to this during our errand runs over the last week or so...
WOW, Rei! So cool that you've been! I would love to go... this music hit me so hard the very first time I heard it. I have always loved polyphonic singing of all sort, but the Georgian stuff speaks to me in an especially deep way. A choir came here to VT about a year and a half ago and I had to miss it! Won't happen next time!
And thank for the links... what a voice, indeed! Will check out more from him!
Right on. My first night there I was crying to the music, so imagine how I spent my entire trip there! Beautiful; I'm definitely going back in the near future... Also, there's the "city" music that I love as well; posted a video here in the previous page
I highly recommend this work. It is really, really good
Fun fact: Ian Brown had a cameo in Harry Potter's Prisoner of Azkaban. Listening to Old Man Gloom right now.
I like almost any genre of music. Good music, is good music in my opinion.
I don't even know where to begin!
My favorite musicians under the rock umbrella include Black Sabbath, Led Zeppelin, Iron Maiden, Judas Priest, The Misfits, Sepultura, Pantera, Nine Inch Nails...
In the last couple of years I have really enjoyed Ghost. It's like I have found records from the 70s I missed.
Hip-Hop favorites are Wu-Tang, Nas, A Tribe Called Quest, Gang Starr, Mobb Deep, M.O.P.
I like lots of old pop, funk, soul, jazz, country you name it...
Just discovered these guys Yesterday digging through some Japanese Jazz Fusion.
If you dig Pleated Pants, Floral Prints, Video Games, Japan and a late 80's view of the future you might want to check these guys out.
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