30. Dez. 2014, 0:34 von macqpro
7. Dez. 2013, 8:25 von stationinmyroom300 all-time greatest rock bands.
This list has been created for more than five years. For more than ten years I have listened a lot of very good and very bad rock music. I have some general knowledge about music theory and music history. Every band is rated with numeral mark (max 100). Mark is just my subjective opinion. Band's technical ability, overall quality of their discography, originality, innovativity and influence were considered. Also negative points were added for plagiarism.
It's just my opinion, so don't take it too seriously.
The list will be changed and updated with time.
Every comment is welcome and every suggestion will be considered.
300. Hampton Grease Band (USA)
299. Johnny Kidd & The Pirates (England)
298. The Psychedelic Furs (England)
297. The Mamas & the Papas (USA)
296. Blur (England)
295. The Slits (England)
294. Almendra (Argentina)
293. Low (USA)
292. Built to Spill (USA)
291. Echo & the Bunnymen (England)
7. Okt. 2012, 19:10 von unanoraked
11. Feb. 2012, 17:39 von unanoraked'14
67. ♥ La Dispute x2: 140515, 140516
66. ♥ Yndi Halda 130908
65. Blueneck 130908
64. ♥ Listener 130820
63. ♥ Godspeed You! Black Emperor 130818
62. Japandroids 130802
61. Materic 130802
60. ♥ Balmorhea 130417
59. Iamthemorning 130417
58. Arms and Sleepers 130323
57. ♥ Blood Red Shoes 121207
56. ♥ múm x2: 121202, 131128
55. Mono 121117
54. jj 120823
53. *shels 120617
52. ♥ A Whisper in the Noise x2: 120526, 120527
51. Woodpecker Wooliams 120526
50. Fiona Sally Miller 120526
49. Love Cult 120526
48. Russian Circles 120414
47. Deafheaven 120414
46. Lymbyc Systym 120308
45. Analog Sound 120308
44. EF 120223
43. Vet x2: 111219, 120226
42. Kwoon 111218
41. Long Distance Calling 111216
40. EXXASENS 110918
39. The Best Pessimist 110918
38. Xiu Xiu 110804
37. ♥ Rolo Tomassi 110621
36. Follow the White Rabbit 110621
35. The American Dollar 110507
14. Jun. 2011, 14:03 von MelonenmannDuring the last five years not only my musical taste experienced a great development. I also developed a new passion (indeed an all-consuming one) - the passion of visiting concerts!
It all started with Roger Waters (ex-Pink Floyd, if some of you didn't know) playing The Dark Side of the Moon in its entirety and more songs in Lucca, Italy. What a fascinating experience!
And since then I had the great luck to see bands live which most people have been waiting for for years (such as Sunn O))), Neurosis, Ulver...).
Over the years I wondered if I would still have the same incredible feelings in my stomach after all these concerts or if it would come to a mere usualness. Of course the answer is NO!
After more or less 50 concerts I can say that it's still worth spending every pence on it. Needless to say that there are shows which are outstanding and other ones that are not nearly comparable with those, but they're still great experiences and all leave unique memories behind.
3. Mai. 2011, 23:58 von selcukalhan111 GREAT BANDS OF 2020
1 . Arcade Fire - Canada
2 . Queens of the Stone Age - United States of America
3 . The Shins - United States of America
4 . Gorillaz - England
5 . Interpol - United States of America
6 . Death Cab for Cutie - United States of America
7 . The National - United States of America
8 . The Strokes - United States of America
9 . Franz Ferdinand - Scotland
10 . royksopp - Norway
11 . The Decemberists - United States of America
12 . Mum - Iceland
13 . Animal Collective - United States of America
14 . Goldfrapp - England
15 . A Perfect Circle - United States of America
16 . Explosions in the Sky - United States of America
17 . Fleet Foxes - United States of America
18 . TV on the Radio - United States of America
19 . Mastodon - United States of America
20 . Kings of Convenience - Norway
21 . The Knife - Sweden
22 . Broken Social Scene - Canada
23 . Doves - England
24 . Brand New - United States of America
31. Dez. 2010, 21:20 von AndaerIt seems that a lot of bands I'm interested in wanted to celebrate the beginning of the new decade. Compared to 2009 an flood of new promising albums has been released in 2010. I didn't even manage to listen to all of them beacause older albums sometimes/mostly have priority.
Blind Guardian - .At the Edge of Time
A nice blend of their Speed Metal roots and the more progressive elements of the last two albums. The soundtrack of my summer. At the Edge of Times secures Blind Guardian the status of my favourite band for the next five years.
Enforcer - Diamonds
This is older than old-school! This is Metal from the days before Venom took the stage. Not as fast as "Into the Night", but still punked-up Speed Metal with some glam influences - the best retro act out there!
World End's Girlfriend -Seven Idiots
The divine comedy revers: A descend from fast hyperactive game boy electronica, sounding like the score of some over-the-top japanese jump'n'run game, to disturbing soundscapes. …
8. Sep. 2010, 17:14 von febodyedListener - The Forum, Tunbridge Wells - Saturday, 10th August 2013
Braid/Crash of Rhinos - The Garage, London - Saturday, 27th July, 2013
Amanda Palmer with Sxip Shirey/Bethia Beadman - Kickstarter House Party, London - Saturday, 20th July, 2013
2000Trees - Saturday, 13th July, 2013 - And So I Watch You From Afar/Maybeshewill/Sky Larkin/
Warren Mallia/My First Tooth
TTNG/Kitten and Bear/John J Presley/Stagecoach
2000Trees - Friday, 12th July, 2013 - Frank Turner/Cold Crows Dead/Gunning For Tamar/
2000Trees - Thursday, 11th July, 2013 - Future of the Left/Frank Turner performing Love Ire & Song/The Xcerts/The JCQ/Max Raptor/Freeze the Atlantic/Empire
Zoë Keating/Scrimshire - St. Giles-in-the-Fields Church, London - Thursday, 20th June, 2013
The Postal Service/Stealing Sheep - Brixton Academy, London - Monday, 20th May, 2013
The Postal Service/Stealing Sheep - Academy 1, Manchester - Saturday, 18th May, 2013
22. Aug. 2010, 17:19 von igorthze65daysofstatic A Silver Mt. Zion Amiina And So I Watch You From Afar Arcade Fire Arms and Sleepers Balmorhea Broken Social Scene Presents Kevin Drew Collapse Under The Empire Crippled Black Phoenix Daturah Do Make Say Think EF Epic45 Explosions in the Sky Followed by Ghosts French Teen Idol Gifts from Enola Godspeed You! Black Emperor Gregor Samsa Hammock Helios I Hear Sirens If These Trees Could Talk Immanu El Jakob Joy Wants Eternity Jónsi & Alex K.C. Accidental Kyte Lights Out Asia Lymbyc Systym Maserati Maybeshewill Mooncake Moving Mountains Red Sparowes Saxon Shore September Malevolence The Ascent of Everest The Calm Blue Sea The Evpatoria Report The National This Is Your Captain Speaking This Will Destroy You Tristeza Tunturia Yndi Halda pg.lost port-royal
25. Jul. 2010, 12:41 von LossofaChildThe Silent Ballet Compilation : Volume 16
The Silent Ballet: Volume 16
Volume 16 marks the completion of the fourth year of The Silent Ballet Compilation Series. Throughout the series we have discovered a lot of noteworthy acts, rekindled the flame with old favorites, and watched the development of multiple musical scenes right before our eyes. We’re just as optimistic and excited about the future as we were four years ago, and every new release makes us as giddy as ever.
This edition is a first for the series; Volume 16 is the first compilation to contain a video track. Our gratitude goes out to The Sleepy Vines, who made this possible and has perhaps opened a door that will be investigated in the future.
A big thanks goes out to all the artists and labels who made this project possible. Relevant links can be found below; any support is greatly appreciated.
The Silent Ballet
Lost Children Net Label