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Postby Blake_T » Sat Apr 19, 2008 2:37 pm

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that song is from the first a trillion barnacle lapse album. when they first hit the scene i'd never heard anything like em before.

i actually haven't heard anything from mock orange after their 1996 album. i used to trade live concert tapes with the guitarist in the band back in the 90's.

murder in the red barn sounds a lot like staynless

clikitat basically sounds like a slightly better version of antioch arrow.

spent had an indie anthem in the 90's "excuse me while i drink myself to death"

small 23 became "small". true zero hook was their first album, followed by chin music, silver gleaming death machine. can find some stuff here: http://www.myspace.com/energybeast

which other ones couldn't you find?
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Postby readysetstab » Sat Apr 19, 2008 6:41 pm

ent, bozart, and north of america. but i only looked on myspace. i'll definitely look a little harder before giving up.
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Postby Blake_T » Sat Apr 19, 2008 7:40 pm

north of america:
http://www.level-plane.com/php/mp3.php?id=100

pretty easy to track down bozart.

ent basically released a demo and a 7"
eventually the demo was "released" on a 200 print CD-r w/ ink jet printed label and case.
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Postby readysetstab » Sun Apr 20, 2008 12:24 am

soooo.. figured i might as well try to return the favor. you probably know a lot of these but i'd feel like a wanker if i didn't suggest them -

<<<INDIE/ROCK (ish)>>>
cursive
azure ray
murder by death (apparantly there are a couple of these, so... the good one)
the casket lottery
Liars
animal collective
blonde redhead
the cost (the one from Oakland)
ghosts and vodka (at least one guy in this band was in Joan of Arc)
yage
yaphet kotto

<<<INSTRUMENTAL>>>
oxes
hella
the cancer conspiracy

<<<dont know where to categorize these>>>
an albatross
jr ewing
Isis
is that you?

<<<and if you're still into any harder stuff>>>
daughters
dead lions
the great redneck hope
the color of violence
today is the day
love lost but not forgotten (the more hardcore version of screamo)
kyds vs columbus (ditto)
old man gloom
sine nomine (a band that phasma toured with in '03. very cool stuff, but the recordings aren't great)

some of these are obvious, but i wanted to list them just in case.
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Postby Blake_T » Sun Apr 20, 2008 12:34 am

stuff i know from that list:

cursive
azure ray
casket lottery
blonde redhead
ghosts & vodka
yage
hella
isis
love lost but not forgotten (never cared much for their stuff but the name is so emo it hurts, especially the record label "happy couples never last")

i'll try to check out more stuff. if you list some of the favorite stuff from the stuff i listed i can delve deeper into that style.
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Postby readysetstab » Sun Apr 20, 2008 9:05 am

love lost but not forgotten (never cared much for their stuff but the name is so emo it hurts, especially the record label "happy couples never last")

i actually dont care for it much myself. they're from missouri so i guess i felt obligated. they were a big name in the genre for a little bit.

in a little while i'll get into detail about the songs i liked.
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Postby Blake_T » Fri Apr 25, 2008 8:45 am

finally found some ent tracks on the web, unfortunately, not their best songs but whatev. they're live recordings too.

http://www.myspace.com/ent
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Postby Aaron_D » Fri Apr 25, 2008 2:31 pm

get that hippie shit outta here. fear the polyrhythms:

http://youtube.com/watch?v=PEBJEWsi_DY

I dare you to tap your foot. Best show Ive ever seen...by a considerable margin. Polyrhythms make this bass player smile. Ive never met a musician that didnt love these guys...especiall if you are in the rhythm section.

http://youtube.com/watch?v=JVbFrl9wLBA&feature=related
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Postby Blake_T » Fri Apr 25, 2008 4:23 pm

tool would be a great band if they were capable of writing songs that held my interest for longer than 90 seconds.

if all you care about is the rhythm shizz0r there's bands w/ way more going on with them. in the douche variety, dream theater.

in the non-douche variety, don caballero comes to mind.
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Postby readysetstab » Fri Apr 25, 2008 7:03 pm

good stuff man. i wish i could afford a nice camera. 'spensive.
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Postby WIpilot » Fri Apr 25, 2008 7:24 pm

man i love you photos good work. :wink:
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Postby readysetstab » Sat Apr 26, 2008 1:00 pm

okay blake... i'm ready to get a little more into specifics.

Ent-
I pretty much liked everything i heard from them on their myspace. all live stuff too. i think i would like just about anything that they've made.

Dianogah-
same deal. i liked everything i heard. all songs i heard were from different records too. i'll be looking further into it.

Milemarker-
mostly stuff from "frigid forms sell" and "satanic versus". this is one of the bands i knew about previously, but i had forgotten all about them so.. they're kinda new to me again.

Joan of Arc-
all of it that i've heard is a really fun listen. that's not to say that i really want to listen to it again. i'll just go "hmmm.. that was neat" and move on. still, pretty good.

Last of the Jaunitas-
again.. liked pretty much everything i heard from them. several different records. good suggestion.

Unwound-
another one i totally forget about. thanks for the reminder! i like them a lot. everything.

Cars Get Crushed-
there were only a couple songs on their myspace (i'm so freakin lazy) and i liked them, but not as much as some other bands you listed. "aural fixation" and "sea of ghosts" were the songs.

Sebadoh-
I liked most of what i heard from "harmacy" and "bakesale", it didn't say what a lot of the other songs from from. i think i'd really have to be in the mood to listen to their more folky songs. that's just me though...

Castor-
most of what i heard from them was pretty whipass. all i could find was from "tracking sounds alone" or "castor ep" (doubt that's the actual name of the ep).

June of 44-
i liked the more creative stuff. some of it was a little boring. songs from "tropics and maridians" and "the anatomy of sharks" were decent.

Polvo-
all very creative.. especially thinking back to their "period". i'm not going to single out any albums because every song i heard could have been from the same record. very consistant. i like it. if i'm listening to one of their songs and i suddenly have to take a dump, i'm probably going to choose the dump over listening to the rest of the song, so it's not a favorite.. but i like it.

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if i didn't list something i probably all ready knew about them and listen to them or i just didn't like it very much.

still a few bands i haven't heard yet. coral, clikitat ikatowi and proudentall. i'll find them eventually.
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