I'm looking for more music that gives me the vibe of being slightly intoxicated and sexy vibes, the examples I'd use are: Echo and the bunnymen - killing time Sylvan Esso - coffee Glass animals - gooey Rhye - the fall Wolf Alice - silk Stars - undertow Slacks - st south Tessa violet - dream The cure - lullaby
Obviously different genres but all have a certain vibe,any more suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
Looking to get an early jump on Halloween this year and wanted to add to a playlist. Lyrics preferred, but there's plenty of instrumentals in there too. Here's what I have so far.
As you can see there's some classic ones, silly ones, and simple instrumental tunes. The only thing I'd ask is to avoid debstep-esq songs. Other than that, I'd love any and all suggestions if you have a song you think I'd enjoy!
So I’m looking for songs like “Hey Look Ma, I Made It” (P!ATD) or “Champions” and “Centuries” (FOB), but it definitely doesn’t need to be that genre. I’m looking for songs with lyrics that either pump you up for success or celebrate it.
If you can think of something that even might fit, please throw it out there!
Pretty much what the title says. Iean u want songs that criticize mindless consumerism, talk or about sexual frustration, or the advertising epidemic, or even general anti-establishment sentiment.
Note: anti-establishment doesn't necessarily mean anarchist punk songs.
I'm a huge fan of classic rock, especially progressive rock, as well as some basic grunge. But, I haven't really discovered any bands that have that sound and lyrical style that aren't 60's - 90's (i.e. bands that are still around and making music). I know they're out there, I'm just not sure how to find them.
Some bands I love, in no particular order: Rush, Pink Floyd, Eric Clapton (all associated acts), some of the older works of The Beatles, Bowie, Queen. As for grunge, I haven't explored much beyond Nirvana, although I do love Our Lady Peace.
I'm aware of all the other grunge bands from that era. What I'm specifically looking for artists that fallow their style of having both very quiet and melodic sections and very loud aggressive sections all in the same song.
Pixies - River Euphrates
Pixies - Gouge Away
Frank Black - Los Angeles
Smashing Pumpkins - Today
Nirvana - Lithium
Nirvana - In Bloom
Any suggestions are greatly appreciated!
i know they're all really different shows, but i feel like i've watched every single episode of all of these series multiple times and, i hate to say it, i'm kind of bored of them. any other suggestions?
I remember an old snes game called Alundra, and similar titles like Star Tropics, Secret of Mana, and the glorious Zelda: A Link to the Past.
I'm really hoping to find a game with similar gameplay for the PS4, but the genres are so broad it's hard to really hone in.
Bastian didn't do it for me... the art and style was nice, but it was a bit too much of a beat-em-up for my taste.
Any suggestions? Thanks!
Just looking for some jazz songs for some late night listening. Something that's smooth and sexy and makes me feel like I'm in some kind of noire movie. Thanks in advance.
The White Stripes - Fell In Love With A Girl: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fTH71AAxXmM
Another good example is
Sex Bob-Omb - Threshold: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3AirZDtIMTM
Basically this distinct low quality garage-y sound. I prefer new, intentionally lo-fi to just old poorly recorded punk rock.
I have some really special musics I love to share when I tell people I listen to everything, even the weirdest genre. Do you have some of that kind, that you genuinly love but you know a few people will like?
This Is Me (3:30, after the bridge, where the swelling oh-oh-oh-oh's overlap with the soloist going wild)
All These Things That I've Done (3:20, around 'I got soul but I'm not a soldier' reps)
Lollipop (2:40, the vocals don't get louder but the accompanying sax definitely goes pretty crazy)
Somebody To Love (3:40 especially, but really the entire song has that gospel choir sound)
A lot of Glee covers of songs have the kind of sound I'm talking about, but are generally done a capella without much focus on the instrumental. I'm looking for songs that have a good balance of both, with instruments kind of leading the way into the swelling vocals. Any help is appreciated!
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