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  • murkymedicine

    +1 UK flag. :)

    22 Gen 2014 Rispondi
  • Scanibal_de

    nice taste, mate

    20 Giu 2012 Rispondi
  • babyfort


    9 Apr 2012 Rispondi
  • AlerceValdivia

    Hi you there Naru. Thanks for acept us. we are a indie hibryd rock band from chile and we invite you to listen our free album. please give us a chance and try to enjoy. cheers and hugs. ALerce.

    10 Ago 2011 Rispondi
  • mrgwam

    never heard this kinda vocal before haha. i probably need to get used to this sort of ultra high pitched singing/screaming style (but some songs are really chill). There's a Korean modern/brit rock called Nell that sings very high pitched but softer. Maybe you'll like it. But yeah thanks for the recommendation!

    7 Mar 2011 Rispondi
  • mrgwam

    Hello how are you? It's pretty hard to find good new music these days esp. for post rock but found this band called Cougar and maybe you would like them too. Is there any new/interesting stuff going on in Japanese music scene? (the soil&pimp session is a fun listen. it would be nice to know more of those contemporary jazz too)

    6 Mar 2011 Rispondi
  • nassrull

    Ohh Thanks,your Favourite Artists list has introduced me to Ray Barbee, Blktop Project and Tommy Guerrero,their sound is awesome :)

    24 Gen 2011 Rispondi
  • mrgwam

    Hello. I just listened to Nine days of wonder and I'm listening to Cowpers now and I simply have to say that I fucking love them. Thank you so much for recommending me these bands. I actually got into jazz quite recently also due to toe and mouse on the keys while looking for some music for reading/working. I wish I played the bass haha (maybe I'll start learning soon).. I played Samulnori (janggu) when I was in Korea years ago that I suppose introduced me to that 'celestial' nature of rhythm in us haha. Then I heard Deftones for the first time and fell in love with the sound of heavy distorted guitar and the riffs along with the ambient sound. Then I got into metal, then emo/post-hardcore like you, then progressive metal, some electronica, post, then math rock. I think this similar progression of musical taste is pretty interesting haha. Anyways, thanks again.

    14 Dic 2010 Rispondi
  • mrgwam

    And if you like math rock, you might like Korean traditional music Samulnori by Kim Duk-Su. It's all percussions but the complexity of it and the groove you get is just amazing. If you like jazz, they've done a samulnori-jazz fusion and the band is called Red Sun, Samulnori & Wolfgang Puschnig. I know jazz in Japan is also huge and maybe you know some good jazz fusion band like Mouse on the keys that you could introduce me to? (and perhaps some good post-hardcore bands. I was so shocked to see music like Maximum the Hormone being so big in Japan when I last visited. And they're a fun listen haha). I'm sorry for pretty much covering your wall with all my babblings haha. But yeah I love to find new good music and you're the only person I talked to so far that has very similar taste in music as I do. So I hope we can keep in touch.

    13 Dic 2010 Rispondi
  • mrgwam

    Thanks for your recommendations. 54-71 sounds interesting and although I'm not that into punk, I checked out blood thirsty butchers and Jack Nicholson was really cool with the music video and all that.. but too bad I can't understand what they're saying. And yes I love toe, te, and LITE (LITE's new EP's just so darn good. I think they must have been listening to Maserati and RNM maybe haha). As for the Korean music scene, there are some really good indie bands but most of them are alternative and metal and I don't really know punk. Post-rock is basically non-existent. Vassline is a good post-hardcore indie band. Also, my personal favorite band is PIA but only because of their first album . After that, they've pretty much gone mainstream without any of their raw energy (you can check out their songs 원숭이, 벌레, stain and see if you like them. all the songs in their first album is good). .

    13 Dic 2010 Rispondi
  • mrgwam

    Gonnichiwa. It's nice to see someone who enjoys the same kind of music as I do especially Maserati, The Redneck Manifesto and such. And I think it's really cool how Japan's got a lot of nice post/math rock bands like toe/lite (I really do admire Japan's diverse appreciation of music and I only hope to find that kind of tendencies in Korea some day haha). Anyways, I would really appreciate it if you could recommend me any unique Japanese instrumental bands that you know of please. Arigaatto gozaimashitta.

    12 Dic 2010 Rispondi
  • babyfort

    yes, Barbee... thanks for introducing me to Blktop Project...

    7 Mar 2010 Rispondi
  • babyfort

    Have you seen Ray play live in Japan by chance?

    4 Mar 2010 Rispondi
  • sk8_gancho

    ohh LITE!! good band interesting music) good luck!!! bye

    5 Ott 2009 Rispondi
  • cbare

    Well, as for Jazz, the first albums I got into were the stereotypes: Giant Steps and Kind of Blue. You can't go wrong there. Bill Evan's Portrait In Jazz, Sunday At The Village Vanguard, and Waltz For Debby. There's a lot of good preview material here on but sometimes they hold the best stuff back, unfortunately.

    23 Set 2009 Rispondi
  • cbare

    Konnichiha neighbor. You have excellent taste in music, I must say.

    17 Set 2009 Rispondi
  • sayspiders

    oh yeah, "LITE", good band interesting music, i enjoy their music, but i already knew ;-), thanks anyway for the time and your answer, i would like to hear you play the bass guitar, then maybe you can show me your band's and you songs:; post rock and math instrumental band that i like so much is "TENEBRE" i hope you enjoy it.. well, excuse the grammar errors n_n' greetings and thanks for all..

    5 Set 2009 Rispondi
  • sayspiders

    does do you like 'tristeza' and the other post rock bands?, you know? in my city there is a band of post rock that calls 'a colores', uhm, their music is inspired in the music of 'tristeza' post rock band, if you like the good post rock', austin tv i recommend to you, its a band from my country that their music seens very interesting, I hope that you enjoy my recommendations.. I find it really interesting the music of your country, the trouble is I do not understand what they say,,,, could you recommend me some good Japanese post rock band apart from ovum? please,, greeting!! i hope your answer,, :-)

    5 Set 2009 Rispondi
  • sayspiders

    oye! Your tastes and mine are identical, it's nice to see that someone who likes almost as much as I am, add me!, Greetings!

    5 Set 2009 Rispondi
  • Yo_ok


    29 Lug 2009 Rispondi
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'80 -
Rockbands such like the Police, U2...
Living Colour, Anthrax, Metallica, Suicidal Tendencies, Slayer, Pantera, Sepultura, Machine Head, HELMET, Bad Brains, Misfits, Dead Kennedys, The Exploited, G.B.H...

'90 -
NIRVANA, Mudhoney, Rage against the Machine, Sound Garden, Biohazard, Pearl Jam, Sick of It All, Gorilla Biscuits, CIV, Agnostic Front, Minor Threat, Dag Nasty, All, Decendents, Screeching Weasel, Hüsker Dü, Green Day, Fifteen, Parasites, Sugar, Eastern Youth, Operation Ivy, Face to Face, New Bomb Turks, Rancid, The Devil Dogs, Teengenerate, The Rip Offs, Bad Religion, Capn' Jazz, J Church, Lagwagon, Cowpers, Nails Of Hawaiian, NoFX, Hard-Ons, No Use For A Name, Pennywise, Avail, Fugazi, Leatherface, Snuff, Whippersnapper, Texas Is The Reason, Mineral, The Gloria Record, Knapsack, Lifetime, Jejune, Jimmy Eat World, Six Going On Seven, Braid, Jawbreaker, Hot Water Music, Samiam, The Promise Ring, Braid, C-Clamp, Sunny Day Real Estate, Turing Machine...

'00 -
Don Caballero, The Mercury Program, Mogwai, THA BLUE HERB, DJ Krush, Harbie Hancock, Maserati, SHING02, Pele, Tristeza, The American Dollar, The Six Parts Seven, Sharks Keep Moving, Ghosts and Vodka, Fraquet, Unwed Sailor, Piglet, Tortoise, Slint, Explosions in the Sky, Sleeping People, The Samuel Jackson Five, Ray Barbee, Jack Johnson, Donavon Frankenreiter, Saxon Shore, Tommy Guerrero, BLKtop Project, LITE, Auto!Automatic!, The Dragon Rapide, Instrumental Quarter, You Me The Switch, Do Make Say Think, Battles, Dianogah, Volta Do Mar, Them, roaring twenties, The Redneck manifesto, The Matton 2, John Coltrane, Baker Brothers,

'10 -
The New Mastersounds, Mouse on the Keys, Wes Montgomery, Grant Green, Toe, Jet Black Crayon, sgt. , SOIL & "PIMP" Sessions, Pe'z, Enemies ....

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