I’m Awsten from the band Waterparks. We just announced our new studio album INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY and dropped the music video for FUCK ABOUT IT directed by me and my friend Erik. AMA? Almost anything? AMA?
ama I'm artist and producer EDEN, and this year I made what critics are calling "one of the albums of all time." AMA
Hey my name is Jonathon and I make music under the name EDEN. I just released my new album ICYMI this year and will be starting my third world tour in 2023. AMA
discussion Death Cab for Cutie & The Postal Service announce co-headline 20th Anniversary Tour for Transatlanticism & Give Up, will play both albumsgiveuptransatlanticismtour.com
Forgive me if this very thread has already been started and feel free to merge it with an already existing thread if this one already exists.
Human by The Human League used to be my favorite song in the whole world (It's haunting, chilling, beautiful, enthralling)until an 80's Music Channel overplayed it and I actually begun to resent it. It's been years since I heard that 80's Music Channel do that to Human and to this day ,Human is just one of my favorite songs in the whole world, and no longer my sole favorite song in the whole world thanks to that 80's Music Channel overplaying it.
I remember listening to his songs a lot for my happy fix in uni. He's just this bubbly, fresh artist that was just so "colourful" to me back then. I loved doodling in my classes and his "Lollipop" mv inspired me lots.
If you can suggest artists similar to him I'll appreciate it. Thank you so much!
Came up on my Spotify mix this morning on the drive in. Song fucks. That's all I got.
I'm not trying to infuriate anyone; I just really want to know how Blondie became revered as a classic or influential punk act. I tried listening to their earlier "punk" stuff like Denis or X Offender, but it does not strike me as punk. It sounds new wave at best, but more like pop rock of the time.
Even amongst other early punk bands that are HIGHLY new wave like the Pointed Sticks or the Go-Go's; Blondie just doesn't strike me as punk as those bands do. It's as if they're lacking that extra "Oomph!" of energy.
Also, take away the musical elements. What was their thing? What about their message was ever punk? To me, all their songs are simply love songs with no deeper meaning...
Just my opinion, don't go all psycho on me if I dissed your favorite band. I'm just a Gen-X punk that's curious about the history of this amazing genre of music and want to better understand Blondie's place in it.
Sorry if it's been asked a million times! I'm updating my playlist.
I really love A Christmas Duel (The hives and Cyndi Lauper).
Fuck Christmas by Eric Idle and Won't be home for Christmas by Blink-182 is a bit of childish fun.
There's a lot more but I am interested in hearing which one's other people like.
Lots of songs are really good and have "just ok" videos. Lots of songs have amazingly well produced videos that are...amazingly produced videos (with a soundtrack).
But what are some examples of a music video that not only provides accompaniment for the song in question, but actually increases your enjoyment of the song?
(Hint: Anything "OK Go" is just cheating...)
One of my favourite drummers. RIP Jet Black, he was great with a quick roll of the skins (and that's not a drug reference ladies and gentlemen)
give this a listen if you want! it's messy, but it's got some good stuff imo of course. messy drum set cover of' tonya harding (in eb major) by sufjan stevens
Hey everyone, today marks a sad day in history for not only a lot of metal fans such as myself, but an era of music that truly expanded the horizons of what music was and could be with the Beatles. Love or hate them, to say they didn’t influence generations of music with their talent would be foolish.
I would love to hear some personal stories on either of these legends, concerts that were attended, personal favorites, or really anything that shows appreciation to these guys as their talent should never be forgotten. I was 13 years old when Dime was murdered, and I never got to see him on stage. Hearing some stories about him would be great for me as he is my guitar idol. Getcha’Pull and RiP.