What Are YOU Listening To? - NE Music Thread


Your Resident Beardy Bear
Past few days, I've been listening to Ludovico Einaudi's new Album: In a Time Lapse, and it is fantastic. Here's the title song, and while it's different than his usual work of only using a Piano, the added musical tones really give the music a very unique sound. While the quality of this version on youtube isn't that great, it still gives you an idea.


Even my henchmen think I'm crazy.
I'm starting to wonder how much Capcom spends on Monster Hunter's music. Because...geezus.



I'll take that over sharper textures. :p
Well, I've been addicted to Somewhere Somehow by We The Kings and OH BOY, is it amazing! I tend to listen to a lot of Green Day, Daft Punk, Deadmau5 and We The Kings


Your Resident Beardy Bear
New stuff I've been listening to (Ot that's new to me anyway): Radiohead, Blur, Imagine Dragons, Jake Bugg, Chvrches and The Cure.

I was watching BMW Films' "Star" again yesterday, and they played Blur - Song 2 during it. If you haven't seen it, it's a great short film, and the song gives it a more music video feel to it. ;)


The Wolf of TNE Street
You guys have to listen to these songs, Macklemore is my favorite artist and these songs are amazing with very strong messages. Watch in order for maximum enjoyment!http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fvDQy53eldYhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wADy9PmKwschttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oDgmC1T3Uu8


All mods go to heaven.
This thread has really let itself go. There's too much to listen to and catch up with. :-t
Recently I've been getting into the Flaming Lips. They're going to be at Bonnaroo, and I wanted to listen to their discography for a while, so it just made sense to do it now. I was really miffed with their early albums, but once it got into the Soft Bulletin it got awesome. Yoshimi Battles the Pink Robots is the first album that really explained to me why they have such a loyal fanbase, cause it's the shit.
Apparently this is the concept behind the story:
There's the real world and then there's this fantastical world. This girl, the Yoshimi character, is dying of cancer. And these two guys are battling to come visit her in the hospital. And as one of the boyfriends envisions trying to save the girl, he enters this other dimension where Yoshimi is this Japanese warrior and the pink robots are an incarnation of her disease. It's almost like the disease has to win in order for her soul to survive. Or something like that.
If I could recommend an album it would be Plastic Beach, which is their 3rd album and my favourite of theirs despite only having listening to 2 of them and a bit of their debut album. I should listen to the rest of their stuff...


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Rocking tracks



No one stops a MonHun G Train that's about to start stylin' on y'arse.


Your Resident Beardy Bear
So when I saw this in the theaters with my comedic friend, he said the chant sounded not so much Deshi Basara (which is what they're actually chanting), but rather "fish, fish, pasta, pasta." The song was from then on ruined. :-L


Even my henchmen think I'm crazy.

Two Kings on one stage. How did it not collapse in upon itself like a dying star?


Your Resident Beardy Bear
Earlier today, I was listening to both Dropkick Murphys and Flogging Molly. Here are two examples:


Even my henchmen think I'm crazy.
Damnit, how did St. Vincent sneak out a new album without me knowing?


Currently listening to Tonight: Franz Ferdinand. I freackin' love FF, lovelovelove em. Here's an incredibly epic song, listen to it all the way through, the ending is orgasmic:


Your Resident Beardy Bear
Been listening to John 00 Fleming's Global Trance Grooves, which if you enjoy electronic/trance/psy trance music, this should definitely be up your alley. His podcasts usually are compilations of different songs compiled into basically one single song. The one I've been listening to is from August 2007 (which isn't on this list) because it's one of the few I have an MP3 of it. I've only heard a few of his 2 hour long podcasts, but if you need something to pass the time when driving, these definitely can fit the bill.
I cannot find a link right now to the August 2007 podcast of J00F, but I do have one of the songs specifically from it, and it happens to be my favorite track from it:
Just listened to Jake Bugg's 'Shangri La', here's the lead single from it:
Now listening to Kasabian's debut self-titled album, here's the lead single to this one!:


Your Resident Beardy Bear
This was recommended based on my youtube history. Youtube knows its shit.
Dayum those girls. 8->


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So this song actually made me cry this morning. It's like I got hit with a fully charged Power Shot of feels:

Very inspirational, and very touching.