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And this is my favorite rock song of the past decade or so:
Perturbator is outstanding, if any of you like synthwave.
Yeah, I just discovered them a while back, and I like them a ton. Wish they could all free up from their other commitments to record a second album.
Meanwhile, I'm now listening to the new Tool album again, and it just gets better with time. Except for those damn early '90s weird noise and silence interludes; those can get lost.
There has been some talk of another TCV album. I hope they reunite.
I have a friend insisting I listen to TOOL. I know I will like them. I still listen to a lot of 80s and 90s thrash. The time will come soon. I tend to get really deep into something and listen for weeks before I move on. Maybe that’s TOOL next for me.
Doug Sahm tied Texas swing, cajun, and folk rock together to some extent. He was a founding member of the Texas Troubadours. Rest in peace Freddy Fender.
Not sure if anyone is into the lofi scene but I just came across this super relaxing and catchy song. Perfect if you're going on a bike ride or cleaning the house or something.
Neil Peart, the drummer and lyricist for Rush, died Tuesday, January 7th, in Santa Monica, California at age 67, according to Elliot Mintz, a family spokesperson. The cause was brain cancer, which he had been quietly battling for three-and-a-half years. A representative for the band confirmed the news to Rolling Stone.
Neil Peart, Rush Drummer Who Set a New Standard for Rock Virtuosity, Dead at 67
Terrible news. IMO- Best drummer all time. rip Neil.
Hemispheres, Permanent Waves, Moving Pictures will be blasting through every speaker I own in this weekend.
Neil Peart was awesome, the song subdivisions blew me away when I was only eight or nine years old, checkout his love for hockey too ! We lost a great one....
Neil Peart Hockey Song drums
A bit of a gut punch today hearing this news. My first exposure to Rush was the live album ‘All the World’s a Stage’. Growing up in high school, if you were into hard rock, Rush sat proudly next to Van Halen, Judas Priest and AC/DC as must listen to bands in 79-82 time period. And Neil Peart was the standard-bearer of drummers. Another piece of my childhood gets stripped away. RIP, Neil.
I very recently discovered a (Swedish) band named Lighthouse Sweden, really good.
The new Tame Impala record. Incredible
Whoa, there's a new one?
@jas you're right, this band is awesome.
I really only got into them about ten years, but I fell in love with them. I rank them as one of my favorite bands.
It dropped Friday night. I saw them a couple of months ago in Houston. Great show.
That reminds me of another dorky Canadian indie band from the early 90's:
Guided By Voices' 30th album Surrender Your Poppy Field dropped today:
Anything new trade-wise?
First time I've heard Sloan but my immediate reaction is that Real Estate is a HUGE rip off of this band
I’m very partial to Isolation Drills.
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