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Ok, in this thread you simply post whatever bands, songs, or playlists you've been listening to recently. I don't believe this is a duplicate thread but I'm sorry if it is. One rule though- don't be a music snob/ elitist. A bit of debate is fine, but don't bully anyone out of the thread. If we're all respectful and open-minded, this is a great way to share music and maybe try something new.
The past few days I've been listening to a few songs by Wintersleep: "Nothing is Anything (Without You)" , "Weighty Ghost", and "Laser Beams." Aside from those, I haven't had much of a craving for anything in particular in the past few days and I've been using shuffle on my iPod.
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Hi @R2D21999, nice to see you around!
George Harrison - My Sweet Lord
death's dynamic shroud - 난 괜찮다고 또 웃으며 Good Bye
Slayer - Angel Of Death
Ah yes, a UUM classic.
Saib - In Your Arms
Greta Van Fleet - Broken Bells
Been into video game soundtracks as of late.
Listening to the Scorpions lately, including songs such as
No One Like You
Winds of Change
Make It Real (as I'm typing)
Bolt Thrower - Entrenched
Been jamming to some lofi ish stuff I found on YouTube “the rolling deep” is the guys name, he makes claymations to go with his songs and they keep me moderately focused throughout the work day!
I realize I never posted here. So here goes. Recently found a few bands that've been merging rock music and traditional Slavonian music. Not that many, given the two groups are polar opposites. To pick one from each composer:
Mito Matija - Ne Dirajte mi Ništa
Nemeček - Jurjevo (this one's more ambiental, meant for album listening)
Nemeček - Mirila (this one's his best, but breaks the theme)
Actually just the entirety of Prokletije II. It's awesome. Dark, album-oriented, artsy rock. If it were any more up my alley, it would be a colonoscopy.
If you hear a weird bright-sounding plucked instrument, that's the tamburica, traditional Slavonian instrument.
The Crows of Killimer - Solas. It's my Chess BGM.
Listened to it on a whim. A celtic folk band has no right to rock this hard. "Folk" gives you a certain expectation of quality 'sall.
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