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CammRobb
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So, new sub-forum, so I thought I'd make a nice new shiny thread.

If you hear a new song and think it's a bit awesome, post here, give a wee description, (or if you're Uzique, and dissertation) and give it a rating, maybe link to other songs by the same artist, or other songs of the same genre.

Here's one to get you started, it's Biffy Clyro's latest single.
Biffy are a Scottish 3 piece heavy rock/metal band from Ayrshire.

After 3 epic albums, and one slightly more mainstream album, they've decided to go back to their roots, and play some brilliant riffs, awsm choruses, and an epic ending. Here it is:



And thanks, Chuy!

Last edited by CammRobb (2009-08-29 04:15:21)

Ioan92
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Awesome~



liquidat0r
wtf.
+2,223|4066|UK
As far as Dubstep remixes go, I think that one's pretty boring.

Unofficial video:
CammRobb
Banned
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Shall work on a review of the new Arctic Monkeys album, Humbug in a wee while, only listened to it briefly, but it's gooood.
Noobpatty
ʎʇʇɐdqoou
+194|3793|West NY
That BSE track was pretty cool.
Some songs I've recently discovered that I like:


Antiform with MC Twincam - Crash thank you Ty
MyChildren MyBride - Headshot!
Deep Purple - Knocking at Your Back Door

Last edited by Noobpatty (2009-08-29 07:21:42)

Gooners
Wiki Contributor
+2,700|4071

This thread becomes hard to read when everyone just spams youtube vids.

Why not put it in url form such as this:

Burial - Ghost Hardware
Finray
Hup! Dos, Tres, Cuatro
+2,613|3227|Catherine Black
Good idea Goonray.
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Jenspm
penis
+1,716|4171|St. Andrews / Oslo

CammRobb wrote:

Shall work on a review of the new Arctic Monkeys album, Humbug in a wee while, only listened to it briefly, but it's gooood.
surprisingly good, imo.

Also, the new Dodos album is great too.
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.Sup
be nice
+2,646|3892|The Twilight Zone
any Jazz lovers here?
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AussieReaper
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+5,759|3592|what

.Sup wrote:

any Jazz lovers here?
Blues yes.

Jazz, not so much.
https://i.imgur.com/maVpUMN.png

"coz you a far cry from acclaim nigga ubisoft"
mcminty
Moderating your content for the Australian Govt.
+879|4160|Sydney, Australia

CammRobb wrote:

So, new sub-forum, so I thought I'd make a nice new shiny thread.

If you hear a new song and think it's a bit awesome, post here, give a wee description, (or if you're Uzique, and dissertation) and give it a rating, maybe link to other songs by the same artist, or other songs of the same genre.

Here's one to get you started, it's Biffy Clyro's latest single.
Biffy are a Scottish 3 piece heavy rock/metal band from Ayrshire.

After 3 epic albums, and one slightly more mainstream album, they've decided to go back to their roots, and play some brilliant riffs, awsm choruses, and an epic ending. Here it is:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vjAzdQipMFQ

And thanks, Chuy!
Yay Biffy!

I saw them in march when they performed in Sydney. God they are mental.   I think it was last week when I went to their website to see their upcoming gigs.. and "That Golden Rule" starts playing. And I was like

They've got an album coming out soon, yeah?
mcminty
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.Sup wrote:

any Jazz lovers here?
Yup. I'm quite a fan of big band stuff (say Michael Buble for example), small jazz quartet kinda things... and also jazz that features someone playing the clarinet (it's what I get from playing the clarinet ).

Mm, I'll recommend you all some jazz - John Pizzarelli. He's an American guitarist, who is also part of his own jazz quartet. I remember seeing him at Yoshi's Jazz Club, in San Fransisco. Instant addiction to jazz.

Most of the videos on youtube are crap, so this will have to suffice:

Little BaBy JESUS
m8
+394|3588|'straya
Dirge For November - Opeth

Porcelain Heart - Opeth
Even if you're not a metal fan these songs are simply amazing.

Check it out, seriously. Opeth is one of the most musically "intelligent" bands of our time. Their harmonies, their use of "light and shade" and their ability to convey the mood of the lyrics/images/progression so clearly is amazing. Also, their use of complex rhythms, poly rhythms, unusual time signatures and very their unique harmonies create a very distinctive sound.

I'm in love with these guys at the moment. They have an album for any mood I'm I can never get sick of listening to them.
(This is all just my opinion though)
Metal-Eater-GR
I can haz titanium paancakez?
+490|3711
Milburn were a four-piece outfit from the city of Sheffield, Yorkshire, England.
The band consisted of Joe Carnall (lead vocals/bass), Louis Carnall (vocals/rhythm guitar), Tom Rowley (lead guitar) and Joe Green (drummer). They produced ear-grabbing riffs and essential Melodies, underpinned by the raw tones of the mod-punk era, which epitomises the youthfulness and abundant potential of the band. Milburn’s sound has most recently been described as the aggressive riffs of the Jam, with a touch of ska mixed with the hooks and sound of modern contemparies such as the Libertines and Razorlight.

The Genius And The Tramp
What Will You Do (When The Money Goes)
Love their sound... also worth a check: Rubicon, Send in the boys, Sinking Ships.
.Sup
be nice
+2,646|3892|The Twilight Zone
@minty





Great album by Darren Rahn (Talk Of The Town)

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mcminty
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+879|4160|Sydney, Australia
I am now mellow as fuck.


And have a desire to play Sim City... so I can listen to the music.
Little BaBy JESUS
m8
+394|3588|'straya
Whoever left me karma at least leave your name. I'm open for discussion, you don't have to be an arse.
Metal-Eater-GR
I can haz titanium paancakez?
+490|3711
Molotov is a Mexican rock and hip hop band formed on September 23, 1995 in Mexico City. Their lyrics feature a mixture of Spanish and English, rapped and sung by all members of the group. Musically, Molotov blends heavy basslines, flamenco guitar riffs and turntable scratches. Molotov is heavily influenced by Rage Against the Machine. Many songs, such as “Gimme Tha Power” and “Frijolero”, are politically inspired.

Hit Me
Frijolero
Gimme Tha Power

This really isn't my kind of music but im loving the vocals. The language is great.
Spoiler (highlight to read):
PS: I excuse if I look like im trying to shove my music taste down your throats, though I feel like sharing these bands with you guys.
DonFck
Hibernator
+3,226|4070|Turku, Finland

I've been listening over and over again to an album called "Colors" by Between the Buried and Me. It's an epic Death metal / Metalcore / Progressive metal album which delivers all the way from start to finish.

https://i228.photobucket.com/albums/ee167/siege_engine/BetweenTheBuriedAndMe-Colors.jpg

White Walls part 1
White Walls part 2

Website
Wiki

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Hooch Pandersnatch
I like shoes
+26|3561|West Aus

Little BaBy JESUS wrote:

Dirge For November - Opeth

Porcelain Heart - Opeth
Even if you're not a metal fan these songs are simply amazing.

Check it out, seriously. Opeth is one of the most musically "intelligent" bands of our time. Their harmonies, their use of "light and shade" and their ability to convey the mood of the lyrics/images/progression so clearly is amazing. Also, their use of complex rhythms, poly rhythms, unusual time signatures and very their unique harmonies create a very distinctive sound.

I'm in love with these guys at the moment. They have an album for any mood I'm I can never get sick of listening to them.
(This is all just my opinion though)
Those songs ain't bad but I prefer The Grand Conjuration and Demon of the Fall.

Nice description of the bands' musical styling.
mcminty
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+879|4160|Sydney, Australia

DonFck wrote:

I've been listening over and over again to an album called "Colors" by Between the Buried and Me. It's an epic Death metal / Metalcore / Progressive metal album which delivers all the way from start to finish.

http://i228.photobucket.com/albums/ee16 … Colors.jpg

White Walls part 1
White Walls part 2

Website
In my mind, interesting to listen to. Until they start to sing. I'm sorry Don, but that just kills it for me. Guess that's why I prefer your so called "Hero metal" of Sonata Arctica and the likes.

Otherwise, the actual instrument playing is quite awesome. It reminds me a lot of Dream Theatre.


edit: re the singing.. the singing kills it.. ONLY when its that growling stuff at the beginning of your first video. Do not want. Sorry I was so quick to judge, lol
DonFck
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+3,226|4070|Turku, Finland

mcminty wrote:

DonFck wrote:

I've been listening over and over again to an album called "Colors" by Between the Buried and Me. It's an epic Death metal / Metalcore / Progressive metal album which delivers all the way from start to finish.

http://i228.photobucket.com/albums/ee16 … Colors.jpg

White Walls part 1
White Walls part 2

Website
In my mind, interesting to listen to. Until they start to sing. I'm sorry Don, but that just kills it for me. Guess that's why I prefer your so called "Hero metal" of Sonata Arctica and the likes.

Otherwise, the actual instrument playing is quite awesome. It reminds me a lot of Dream Theatre.
Give it a chance, listen to the whole song (both parts), I think you may find it pretty interesting.
https://i157.photobucket.com/albums/t63/DonFck/SG-sig1.jpg
CammRobb
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Can anyone recommend anything else in this vain?
.Sup
be nice
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