Frank Zappa and The Mothers - The Grand Wazoo
Desperately need some reccs for something like this
I assume you've heard BMSR, so Com Truise - In Decay or The Bumblebeez - The Printz.
Five Bridges - The Nice
I have heard literally nothing else that sounds like this, and I'm in desperate need of more
Odd Nosdam - Level Live Wires
Something like this
The only bands that sound like QOTS are Kyruss, Them Crooked Vultures, Desert Sessions and Foo Fighters. Out side of those Soundgarden - Superuknown is the closest thing I can think of.
I don't really know anything similar
Кoммyнизм - Ha coвeтcкoй cкopocти
Pavement, particularly Slanted and Enchanted and Crooked Rain, Crooked Rain, expect it to be more laid back
The Music Tapes, any of the albums, It's Julian Koster's Soloish project
what about Sebadoh - III?
it's kinda sorta maybe nothing like Feels, but a lot like pavement
released June '73 - Head Hunters was recorded 2 months after. his name shows up as one of the titles. not that Miles' 70's stuff wasn't deeply influenced by Sly too...
The Mausoleums - Blackened Fawns Cleanse the Earth With Fire
Gravitar - Now the Road of Knives
Egoslavia - Egoslavia
/shugazi/ pls help me.
Love this album to bits but I only really know a decent amount about older blues music. Anything post 40s would be appreciated.
I am a Lake of Burning Orchids
Naked City - Torture Garden
Astrobrite, Moose, kitchens of Distinction
Eskaton's 4 Visions is kinda the obvious one. It's got the vaguely operatic vocals over pounding rock drums and bass really high in the mix and harmonic structures that tend to move very slowly and in sections.
I'm also gonna say to try some John Coltrane. Particularly pic related because Vander adores the guy and took huge amounts of inspiration from his music.
kenny dorham's music
mississippi john hurt. more blues and country/western, but you might want it for the guitar
harold budd-pavillion of dreams
Plz nothing too obvious.
I know a decent amount about psych pop music but I'm more interested in seeing experimentalism and unusual song structure mixed with traditional music.
Sufjan Stevens maybe?
Does anyone have a recc for Deathconsciousness?
Assuming you've already listened to Les Discrets, Alcest, Amesoeurs, Lantlos and Heretoir?
Antbee - Pure Electric Honey
White Noise - An Electric Storm
Already know so don't rec: any of her other albums James Chance & Contortions, Lydia Lunch, Y Pants
Basically looking for female fronted no wave, but stuff like James Chance is good too.
>DJ Mastercard - Virtual Crime
Seems rad, thanks man
released a year after - assuming you haven't heard it cuz Curtis has a higher profile
usually I wouldn't rec something from the same artist, but the feel is completely different from his studio recordings
pls someone rec me similar to this. Fucking love the blues sound of this while still being fuzzy.