What you are listening now?

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Re: What you are listening now?

by Muadeeb » Apr 23rd 15 12:19 am

Continuing the alt-rap theme from some other posts, I'm a big fan of Death Grips. I tried to find a track that was even remotely tea-related and this one comes the closest- mentions aftertaste.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r5GCn1BKkxg

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Re: What you are listening now?

by kyarazen » Apr 23rd 15 2:17 am

BW85 wrote:Radiohead's king of limbs album. Currently this track
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=cfOa1a8hYP8
do you like RHCP? :D

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Re: What you are listening now?

by BW85 » Apr 23rd 15 4:03 am

kyarazen wrote:
BW85 wrote:Radiohead's king of limbs album. Currently this track
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=cfOa1a8hYP8
do you like RHCP? :D
The chili peppers, I presume? Of the hot and red variety? Haha, I listened to them more in the past, not that often anymore. I'll listen to their older stuff from the 90's at work occasionally when I want to get pumped up

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Re: What you are listening now?

by Fuut » Apr 23rd 15 1:20 pm

BW85 wrote:
kyarazen wrote:
BW85 wrote:Radiohead's king of limbs album. Currently this track
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=cfOa1a8hYP8
do you like RHCP? :D
The chili peppers, I presume? Of the hot and red variety? Haha, I listened to them more in the past, not that often anymore. I'll listen to their older stuff from the 90's at work occasionally when I want to get pumped up
My problem with RHCP is that every song they make sounds the same.. And personally only a few are really good.. Its like U2.

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Re: What you are listening now?

by BW85 » Apr 23rd 15 3:21 pm

Fuut wrote:
BW85 wrote:
kyarazen wrote:
BW85 wrote:Radiohead's king of limbs album. Currently this track
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=cfOa1a8hYP8
do you like RHCP? :D
The chili peppers, I presume? Of the hot and red variety? Haha, I listened to them more in the past, not that often anymore. I'll listen to their older stuff from the 90's at work occasionally when I want to get pumped up
My problem with RHCP is that every song they make sounds the same.. And personally only a few are really good.. Its like U2.
:lol: yes. That's why I lost interest in them I think. And I think they got jaded and boring after californication. And I never liked U2 :lol:

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Re: What you are listening now?

by Fuut » Apr 25th 15 9:34 pm

BW85 wrote:
Fuut wrote:
BW85 wrote:
kyarazen wrote:
BW85 wrote:Radiohead's king of limbs album. Currently this track
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=cfOa1a8hYP8
do you like RHCP? :D
The chili peppers, I presume? Of the hot and red variety? Haha, I listened to them more in the past, not that often anymore. I'll listen to their older stuff from the 90's at work occasionally when I want to get pumped up
My problem with RHCP is that every song they make sounds the same.. And personally only a few are really good.. Its like U2.
:lol: yes. That's why I lost interest in them I think. And I think they got jaded and boring after californication. And I never liked U2 :lol:
I agree with you on both bands, but that aside; its very hard to like any band with a lead-singer like bono. :P

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Re: What you are listening now?

by BagzDeep » May 4th 15 6:53 pm

Getting into Steely Dan lately. Think I am going to call this the "Summer of Steely"! I'm really digging the complex arrangements. I also set up a Steely Dan pandora station which is cycling in some great Micheal McDonalds and Boz Scaggs.

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Re: What you are listening now?

by InTeaItrust » May 15th 15 11:57 am

I have been listening to a lot of Journey, Simon and Garfunkel, The Beatles and Phil Collins. 8)

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Re: What you are listening now?

by Rui » May 15th 15 12:34 pm

Listening to the fan next to me, it is 25.6 degrees C :x

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Re: What you are listening now?

by Fuut » Jun 25th 15 2:55 pm

Ok probably not really SFW and probably not the main music for this forum but here goes 8)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2l5FSlD8U1o

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Re: What you are listening now?

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Re: What you are listening now?

by Tead Off » Sep 2nd 15 7:27 am

Rui wrote:Listening to the fan next to me, it is 25.6 degrees C :x
+1 . Me, too. 34C.

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Re: What you are listening now?

by Jaymo » Sep 2nd 15 7:45 am

John Coltrane - A Love Supreme. The second track, Resolution, specifically. It's been awhile since I've played it and the sax player on my gig tomorrow wants to play it, so I've been revisiting that and a couple other tunes tonight.

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Re: What you are listening now?

by Frisbeehead » Sep 6th 15 5:32 am

Bonobo - "Noctuary"

http://youtu.be/gYZA7pn6WM4

Brilliant artist.

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Re: What you are listening now?

by Jaymo » Sep 6th 15 7:11 am

I've been listening to quite a bit of Morton Feldman's later chamber music. Especially his "Piano and String Quartet." https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0_Q-1u6sNgQ

Also, Tim Berne's Snake Oil https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2J2GgHVqNAg, and Anthony Braxton's mid-80s quartet (I've been reading a book from this era about his composition/improvisation concepts) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BanmKL7ZtKU