17. Mär. 2013, 4:04 von lailamb
20. Nov. 2010, 6:52 von perfectmindfuckNurse With Wound
Airway (Los Angeles Free Music Society)
All-7-70 (Alan Sondheim)
Alvaro Peña-Rojas (The 101'ers)
Amon Düül II
Anal Magic and Reverend Dwight Frizzel
Anima/Anima Sound (Paul and Limpe Fuchs)
Arbete och fritid
Ash Ra Tempel
Association P.C. (Pierre Courbois)
Biglietto per l'Inferno
Birgé Gorgé Shiroc (Jean-jacques Birgé, Un Drame Musical Instantane)
Boyd Rice (Non)
Brave New World
catherine ribeiro and alpes
3. Dez. 2009, 18:56 von NoooFunFirst, make a list of your top-20 artists overall. Then, for each of these artists, add the 8 most similar artists to your list. Delete any duplicates, count up the number of entries on your list and this will give you some idea of how eclectic your listening habits are. A score of 9 represents an extremely unvaried musical taste while a 160 represents an extremely varied one.
1 Kylie Minogue
2 Janet Jackson
4 Lady Gaga
5 Britney Spears
6 Danii Minogue
7 Cindy Lauper
8 Spice Girls
#2 Marilyn Manson
9 Marilyn Manson & The Spooky Kids
10 Nine Inch Nails
11 Rob Zombie
14 John 5
17 Flux of Pink Indians
20 Rudimentary Peni
22 Poison Girls
#4 Icon of Coil
27 Panzer AG
29 Assemblage 23
32 Apoptygma Berzek
18. Jun. 2009, 19:51 von furrymonkeyback
13. Jun. 2009, 18:16 von PrydeThe British Rock Artists League is a group where british rock artists compete against each other. But this group is highly influenced by Indie and Classic Rock.
I think there have to be more Punk or Oi! Bands. Which are actual represented by:
In these days there are a Voting for New Artists, so you can vote for your favorite bands.
Please if you know some British Punk-Bands i forgot tell me and i add them! :-)
These Bands are missing:
Demented Are Go!
Eddie & The Hot Rods
17. Feb. 2008, 3:05 von Zer0_III'm working on putting together an all female rock compilation, with the theme obviously being female fronted rock bands. It will be the first in a series that I'm working on simply titled "Digital Meltd0wn Presents:"; not very exciting, I know, but the music, liner notes, and album art will make up for it. Some of the artists/bands I am considering featuring are:
Babes in Toyland, The Runaways, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, PJ Harvey, Jack Off Jill,The Donnas, Veruca Salt, Daisy Chainsaw, Queen Adreena, Kittie, Betty X, The Avengers, HorrorPops, Lydia Lunch, Bitch Alert, Velcra, Roxy Saint, The Gits, Sahara Hotnights, Sexpod, Fluffy, The Soviettes, My Ruin, Bikini Kill, 7 Year Bitch, The Distillers, L7, The Kills, Devotchkas, Bif Naked, Rasputina, Penetration, The Slits, Pain Teens, Lunachicks, Sleater-Kinney
Now I could use your help. I know you wonderful people are aware of some hard rocking chicks that aren't on this list, so please let me know of any artists, bands, or particular songs (preferably NOT mainstream)…
15. Mai. 2007, 22:24 von davessfirst posted here
(Probably I'll keep updating this journal post, very occasionally, but not the original).
Our lives are so....
It has been kind of interesting to sit and try and remember bands I've seen, the main period being the 80s (with the 90s full of poverty and loss of interest, the 2000s being abroad and away from most of it, and some loss of focus), but for what it's worth (and I'm not really sure how meaningful this listing is) here's my list of what bands really matter to me (in their various ways) from what I can remember of what I've seen. The whole list is a lot more, and I'm sure there's plenty I can't remember, but I'm sure that doesn't really matter.
Public Image Ltd.
Siouxsie & The Banshees
Southern Death Cult
Sex Gang Children
Cheetah Chrome Motherfuckers
12. Mai. 2006, 11:26 von Prenna
14. Dez. 2005, 11:23 von ObfuscateI've been making quite a few mixes lately.
This is my most recent. A bit more cheery than my previous couple. Suppose X-Mas might be lightening my mood a bit?
23 Skidoo- Fuck You, GI
Poison Girls - Old Tart
Gang of Four - 5:45
Einstürzende Neubauten - Halber Mensch
Laurie Anderson - Born, Never Asked
Randall Woolf - Your Name Backwards
The Del-Byzanteens - Girl's Imagination
A Raincoat - I Love You For Your Mind
Black Randy and the Metrosquad - Idi Amin
Essential Logic - Fanfare In The Garden
Harry Nillson - Cowboy
F.S. Blumm Meets Anne Laplantine - Fa
Danielson Famile - We Don't Say Shut Up
Fugu - The Best of Us
Laurie Spiegel - Appalachian Grove I
Guido Möbius - Sweet Raphael
Poison Girls - Crisis
Eve Belgarian - Landscaping for Privacy
Nathan Larson - Fiction
9. Nov. 2005, 13:17 von tarboxi'm having a Ballad of Lucy Jordan kind of week. listening to Patti Smith and Poison Girls and Marianne Faithfull and certain of the more melancholy songs by Kirsty MacColl, Last Forever, the Kinks, and others.
The playlist I'm currently playing and continuing to build is about feeling shaken, older. About feeling the assault on your optimism take a new, more subtle, more pervasive and much more threatening tack.
it's a playlist about the seduction of surrender, of giving up and giving over to the midlife return of adolescent self-indulgent angst.
it's the bashed in psyche of Whiskey Voice, or the unconvincing and maniacal insistence of John Cale in "captain hook" from the sabotage album.... 'by hook or by crook, i am the captain of this life.'
each time he hollers that line, you believe him less.
if you can listen to Crime in the City as an allegory, not a social commentary but an allegory about someone's internal, emotional landscape... that's why that song ends up on the list. …