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Fumanchewd 22 Oct 17, 20:09Post
As I get older, I really enjoy stripped down music. Give me some music on real instruments with real songwriters and no BS. I first heard Nick Drake on the Royal Tenenbaum's soundtrack, and while I loved Fly, I never bothered to investigate his other songs. Out of his 3 1/2 albums he made before his supposed suicide, there is some wonderful stuff.







I just bought his Fruit Tree compilation.
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Mark 17 Jan 18, 19:21Post
Turns out, there's a band living next door to me. Today, they're filming a video and they asked me to be in it. They wanted to shovel my driveway and catch it on camera. Here's an example of their music. They play in the St. Paul/Minneapolis venues.

Mark 21 Jan 18, 18:25Post
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Lukas Koennig 25 Feb 18, 22:39Post
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Mark 31 Mar 18, 23:53Post
From my Russian friends, Leonid Vorobyev and Sergey Kashirin. I asked them to record this next about five months ago and they just got the final mixing done yesterday.

vikkyvik 03 Apr 18, 05:01Post
I don't care if you don't like heavy music. This double-bass drum and matching guitar riffage is just spectacular:

Mark 19 Apr 18, 23:08Post
Dave Grohl of the Foo Fighters is known to bring a person from the audience up on stage during concerts to play along during a song. Most strum a few chords, then hand the guitar back to Grohl in panic. Last night in Austin, he called this guy up on stage. It's really good. The fan has been identified as Yayo Sanchez. Brought a smile to my face. Contains language.

Zak (netAirspace FAA) 19 Apr 18, 23:36Post
vikkyvik wrote:I don't care if you don't like heavy music. This double-bass drum and matching guitar riffage is just spectacular:

It certainly is. If only the 'singer' would shut up... ;)

I actually do like heavy music, especially if everybody in the band seems to know what they are doing. Bonus if they seem to enjoy doing it.

Like these guys here:





I've only recently been introduced to DragonForce, but I'm very tempted to call their 2014 album "Maximum Overload" my personal most favourite metal album ever.

It will also quite likely be the reason for my untimely end if I keep listening to it while driving a car... {boxed}
Yes, the new EU copyright directive is that stupid.
vikkyvik 20 Apr 18, 16:06Post
Zak wrote:Like these guys here:


I haven't really listened to Dragonforce, but I just can't get over their name.

Dragonforce.

Ugh.
Mark 27 Apr 18, 02:38Post


Fumanchewd 13 Jun 18, 00:28Post
Mark wrote:


That's good stuff, added to FB, I work with some Dr.s in JNB who would appreciate it.

I still love Weird Al's Yoda though.

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Zak (netAirspace FAA) 29 Mar 19, 16:43Post
Holy... wow! {bugeye}

Yes, the new EU copyright directive is that stupid.
vikkyvik 31 Mar 19, 20:23Post
Dream Theater's new album Distance over Time. It's fantastic.

Not the best song on the album, but the first single:

Queso (netAirspace ATC Tower Chief & Founding Member) 01 Apr 19, 02:36Post
Greatest Rock and Roll hits of all time on WTWW (We Transmit WorldWide) on 5085 kHz.

http://wtww.us/pages/listen-live/transm ... html-5.php
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