I'm into bands and artists like:
1) Neon Trees
4) Linkin Park
9) Jason Walker
10) blink 182
13) The Fray
14) Goo Goo Dolls
15) Iron and Wine
I love to be introduced to new music....I'm always lurking around youtube, clicking on the titles I don't know....
I want you (yes, you) to give me the title of something you like to listen to....please, share with me one of your faves...the more obscure, the better.....
.. But it's always like way after the time when it was "in and now". So while everybody around me has moved on to the newest thing, here I am jamming to something from 2012 lol... Oh well... At least I found something I like!
I have collected albums since I was sixteen. My first single was Killer Queen by Queen a second hand version!! Now I have thousands of singles and albums and they cover all sorts of music from my Deep Purple, ACDC and Motorhead days, to Style Coucil, Jam, The Stranglers, The...
One night I was up late chatting to a friend in South Africa. We were chatting for awhile when she made a comment on my music selection. She replied, " I noticed that you listen to a lot of the 80`s music." I thought about that after awhile. So on other night I am listening to my...
Against Me! It's punk rock which isn't usually my cup of tea but they are more mellow.
To add to the fascination of the group, the lead singer is transgendered.
A lot of the songs have a deep message.
Anyone else know of them?
and vibrations that are able to shift your mood, and tug on your emotions.
I'm open to all types of music- mostly indie, acoustics.
If anyone has anything to suggest, I'd love to hear it.
Is it possible that a ballad can be hauntingly beautiful and intensely controversial at the same time? Is it possible that a video of a song can actually ellicit different responses from anyone that sees it and can be interpreted in different ways each time it is watched?
Every time I hear a new song that I like, I just want to squeal with joy, jump up and down and dance all around! I do. I really do. Nothing is so wonderful as music. Nothing. Today I found the Hungry Ghosts (a classical strings group), and Soley a female vocalist from Iceland...
Pandora Radio works for me better than anything else I've tried when it comes to discovering new music. I love the idea of typing in a favorite artist and then listening to new artists who are magically so right for me. I found three new artists just yesterday. So amazing!
lately - especially classics. Lee Hazlewood and Nancy Sinatra, Townes Van Zandt, and Graham Parsons, just to name a few. In addition, I've been listening to some Psychedelic Blues. I really like what Brian Jonestown Massacre did in "Their Satanic Majesties' Second Request", see...
I love randoms; I like discovering new music, I like hearing different kinds of songs. I have no certain and fixed genre that I listen to though I can say I have a favourite, it always depends on my mood and what is 'in'.
I have a versatile choice/ taste in music. I can listen to...
So many songs correlate to a particular time in my life. Music is a supernatural experience to me. I love music. Sometimes I dance. Sometimes I cry. Sometimes I close my eyes and let it whisk me away. Discovering new music is that I love is the best feeling ever. I don't know...
“Are you ready boss?” The pleasant voice in the intercom grounded him.
“Very nervous… as always. I am all in space and in shakes,” he answered.
“All right,” the voice again touched his mind. “Sounds like it is going to be a great show. Just relax Peter, listen to...
..now love to listen to it while I read or write, especially on Friday evenings, my favourite part of the week...alone and sharing coffee with my big friend Inspiration...she comes to visit me when she knows I need her...
there's a place that I know
It's not pretty there and few have ever gone
If I show it to you now
Will it make you run away?
Or will you stay
Even if it hurts
Even if I try to push you out
Will you return?
And remind me who I really am
Please remind me who I really am
who in my humble opinion, never got the true recognition or even respect they deserved for their wistful, dreamy, eerie yet highly passionate music. R.I.P. A Flock Of Seagulls 1979-1984.A Flock Of Seagulls - "The More You Live, The More You Love" - The Story Of A Young Heart...
Now I have always loved music,sung music and music has always been a part of my life. I really can't imagine my life without music. Music moves me, it touches me,it inspires me. I sing all the time no matter the mood or the situation, I can always find a song to go with it. I...