Inb4 someone tries a rickroll.
then post a new song..
PSN: Araxen, Xbox Live: Araxen II, WiiU: Araxen, Steam: Araxen
If it wasn't for the music video I probably wouldn't have made it through the entire song. Generic Electronic Dance Song #236. Nothing to write home about here. Song's pretty annoying. I've got the Stockholm Syndrome. Let's say it about 100 more times.
Punch Brothers are awesome, but that song is on the lower half of their stuff in my opinion.
Very big fan of Bolt Thrower. Best song posted so far.
9/10 internet classic
an understated ensemble that puts the "b" in subtle
Big Wreck is one of those bands I hear about every once in a while and generates an immediate circle jerk between all those familiar with the material. I should dive into it. I like the whammy work in that song. And of course, the lead singer is an exceptional player.
Big Wreck seems to have a cult following similar to:
7/10 Kings X, man saw them with Primus, and a bunch of others at a gathering of the tribes show, first time I dropped Acid...it was a trip, I think...
That Clutch song is a 7 or an 8 out of 10. That video is a 1 out of 10 for cutting off a portion of the song.
Last edited by Del; 11-05-2013 at 10:23 PM.
Trampled by Turtles tune gets a solid 8/10. I hadn't heard of them until a month or so ago. They were playing at a music festival here that is usually reserved for a lot of over-the-top indie acts so I just assumed they would be too spacey and "out there". I should have known better since Atoms for Peace, Beck and Poolside were also on the bill.
One of my favorite two-minute tunes. So sleazy.
Most of the songs posted in this thread so far have been great. Good job, RR.
Larry and His Flask: bluegrass + ska? 6.5/10.
Eagles of Death Metal: Have tried to get into these guys on a couple of occasions, but just can't seem to do it. 5.5/10
Last edited by ToeMissile; 11-06-2013 at 07:41 AM.
That Tortoise track is pretty good, but you have to be in the mood: 8/10.
This one is also a bit different:
Electro swing has always been meh to me. Using a drum machine instead of a tuba/bass/actual drums to carry the rhythm I don't feel helps the genre. I'd rather just go listen to Gershwin. But it's not like I'm turning that shit off because there's hipster probably dancing and everyone loves grind fucking.
A 21 minute piece? I love my prog rock and all but I'm not posting that long shit in this thread. And that song has a fuckload of arpeggios. Overkill.
huh? Glass is a minimalist.
I'm too pleb to get that Wilson song. It's not a song I'd listen to driving nor with headphones on sipping scotch.
sounds like Tiberius rubbing Spock's scrote so... not bad.
elephant tusks at 3:26
The "Who, who, who?" lines were obviously highly influential to whoever wanted to know about the dogs that had been let out.
Also, the name "Bobby Jimmy" is only a little bit more gay than the song.
A song by a gay gansta rapper, somehow less gay than the rest of the thread.
Lets bring this back to something with more mainstream appeal:
Bands that wear costumes are the best.
pfft your noise is like a bundle of sticks
That sounds like it is straight out of a blacksploitation film from the 70s. Could easily be on the Dolemite soundtrack. I kinda like it.
6/10. Mediocre Southern rock that somehow reminds me of Blue Oyster Cult's "Cities On Flame with Rock and Roll." Probably just the tone of the main riff.
Last edited by Itlan; 11-17-2013 at 06:32 PM.
"Rate the song above you"
Leave it to supertouch and Wizardhawk to fuck it all up.
Not Alex and Joeboo who don't even post songs period?
Never got into that scream-core-post-punk-riff-rock-whatever-kind-of-music. Don't get me wrong. I love me some riffs. I still listen to Rage Against the Machine pretty often, but that is a far cry from RATM. The entire band needs to learn what dynamics are.
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