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Who's a good "indie" musician/singer you want more people to know about ?

Discussion in 'Movies, Music and TV shows' started by Moukaboy, Aug 25, 2017.

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  1. Moukaboy

    Moukaboy Third Year

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    Mine gotta be either : E-dubble (RIP) , his flow is amazing , i can relate to a lot of the stuff he talks about , it's a real shame that he isn't know that well , although a couple of years ago he was known through COD montages

    Favorite songs of his are (Drinking with my headphones on ) and (What it do) , his most know song is

    or : Quinn XCII , he just released a new song and i just love it
     
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    Moukaboy

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    Welp it appears no one likes my taste/is interested , i'm still gonna post some stuff i find that i like , i've been craving some indie rock lately so give suggestions maybe ?



    also featured on Bob's burger (ye i know) but not that known tbh

    I'm probably gonna add more stuff as i find it , this is gonna be my personal dump of music :p unless it's against the rules which would suck major dick but be understandable
     
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    Royal Blood kick some serious ass. They have two albums out at the moment. The first one is their self titled album that came out of nowhere in 2014, well after opening for the Arctic Monkeys. Just two guys, one on drums the other on bass and vocals. Very big sound for two guys. Jimmy Page was even singing these guys praise.

     
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    I didn't like it at first , but after a couple more i find myself enjoying it a lot actually

    i just listened to Lights out by them and i didn't like it as much , this one is a lot better

    still i'm gonna give them a try and go listen to more of their tracks
     
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    Zombie John Waynes Teeth Prestige DLP Supporter

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    This is pretty great. Its about the only exposure I've had to 'indie.'

    @Moukaboy your punctuation is nightmarish. Mine's not great, but I can at least capitalize things that need to be capitalized.
     
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    Moukaboy Third Year

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    I have no idea what the hell i'm watching/listening to but i think i like it ? this is the "making frogs gay guy"right ?
    Also sorry ? I got used too much to skype/sms formats and i kinda don't remember how to use PunCtiAtioN :'(

    I'll try tho (that last wierd word notwithstanding)
     
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    Zombie John Waynes Teeth Prestige DLP Supporter

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    I have cancer, and reading your post pretty much is what it feels like.



    Some underground (indie) hiphop. Because I don't listen to anything other than rap/hiphop.
     
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    Royal Blood is weird, in that I totally dig a few of their songs, and can't stand the rest - but when I saw them live, I loved everything. Strange days, man.

    Interim is a small-time band out of Australia that I've been digging lately. I like bands that have a lot of different sounds to them, and these guys are no exception. You have this, my favorite song by them - 'She's the Devil':



    And then this, off their new CD that came out last week - 'When the Day is Long':



    Great band that I hope gets going. I've had a strange love affair with rock bands out of Australia for a bit - Karnivool and Dead Letter Circus are amazing too, but they're a bit past the indie-size stage by now.
     
  9. Moukaboy

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    :'(
    I'm afraid my english was never good enough (shocker) to follow these type of fast rap songs and it gets annoying to check lyrics' website , probably why i love e-dubble
    Well that and the fast beat , good lyrics and the general catchiness (?) of the songs


    She's the devil had a bit of a slow start but when it gets going it's quite spectacular so thanks for sharing

    I still found enjoying the next video after it (Calling me Back) more tbh but still

    Dead Letter Circus is the shit , i don't particularly like Karnivool though
     
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    Don't know how Indie they are thesedays, but I've been enjoying Everything Everything



    and Chvrches



    recently. I'm quite well positioned in Manchester to hear a fair bit of live music, and Everything Everything specially were worth the price of admission.

    Other honorable mentions include Nothing but Thieves



    and The Wombats
     
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    I'm really big into indie stuff, so I figured I'd dump a load of tracks to see if any of these artists catch anyone's attention. Also, the definition indie is really strange because people have such different opinions of what the cut off point of indie is so I'm gonna be pretty open with my definitions of indie here - Some of these videos have millions of views, some only have hundreds - and I'll limit myself to one song per artist.


    Classic / Indie / Soft Rock

    Bedroom - Nothing Lasts


    Say Hi to Your Mom - These Fangs


    The Dear Hunter - Is Anybody Here?


    Paper Rival - Are We Brothers?


    Brand New - The Quiet Things That No One Ever Knows

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    and I can't add any more because of the 5 pieces of media rule. ah.




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    if anyone could post to break these up I'd appreciate it
     
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    Lol k . Let your hipster flag fly.

    For me. It's probably Frank Turner. But than again I'm old and he is selling out arenas these days. Not so indy anymore

     
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    I mean indie rock isn't even indie tbh , it's mostly used to talk about alternative rock , still thanks for these tracks , i'll take a look
     
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    Blitzen Trapper is a folk rock band out of Portland. They were close to making it back around 2010, but seem to have fallen off the rails after they changed labels. Here's my favorite song of theirs.
     
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    My favourite band, going on ten years now, is Faunts. They're a Canadian mob, local to Edmonton, so of course they didn't put on any shows while I was living there :'( .





     
  16. Moukaboy

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    Lol i live in a pretty small country , at this point i'd go to any anyone's concert if only to experience it

    prob never gonna happen tho
     
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    Small time band killing the Irish festival circuit and radio atm.

    Combination of the vocals and lyrics are quite tight.

     
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    Probably one of my most favorite metal tracks , while the band (Blind Guardian) is well known in the power metal genre this track is a side project

     
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    Blonde Redhead, for sure.

    Damaged Coda
    Magic Mountain
    Falling Man

    All their tracks are amazing, but those three are my favorite.
     
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