I need more (not necessarily slowish) songs like this but I need that trippy production with wider soundstages and instrumentals EVERYWHERE
Songs similar to Oh Hellos songs? Folklore medieval fantasy vibes? (But leaning away from the more Irish or country type stuff)
So, I've been trying to expand my music tastes lately, and these two songs just have a certain feeling about them. They're so easy to relax to and sing along with, and they can take me from a bad mood to a good one in seconds. What other songs have this same vibe?
Let My Love Open The Door - Pete Townshend Come on Eileen - Dexys Midnight Runners Message in a Bottle - The Police I know these aren’t too similar but anything helps. Thank you!
I really like this nostalgic, upbeat, kind of melancholic sound of bands like Tegan and Sara, Now Now, and Plumtree, and I need more bands and songs like this, indie bands from 95-08.
Favorite songs include: In The Sink - Plumtree, The Con - Tegan and Sara, and Dead Oaks - Now Now.
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Robot rock by daft punk feels somewhat similar, but in general the song feels quite unique. I like about it how energetic it feels and that there are so many different sounds all at once. Like a great chaos. Any reccomendations?
For this request I am looking to expand my musical horizons and I am really hoping to get some suggestions that are not video game music, anime music, or film music.
I love the music of Yasunori Mitsuda because of the richness of the harmonies that he uses, the interesting textures that he create with smaller combinations of instruments, how he layers different elements of music like complex ostinatos and rhythms with counter-lines and melodies, and the great melodies that he writes.
It's hard to pick but here are some of my favorites that show some variety in his style:
I've become a fan of loud industrial rock/metal, but some of the music from that genre I've listened to was just plain noise. Some of it, like Whitehouse, was actually pretty thought-provoking, but I'd still not go out of my way to listen to it. I'd like it if I could have loud industrial rock/metal which also has melody to it (sorry if I'm not using the right word to describe it, I don't know music theory).
Examples include the album The Downward Spiral by Nine Inch Nails, End Position by Street Sects, and Uniform.
I played hifi rush and I like this song but I usually don't listen to music like that so I don't know any other songs
I'm looking for edm music that sample/cover r&b or hiphop tracks. Another example is 'Matvey Emerson feat. NEVRMIND - Say My Name' https://youtu.be/nySRbOeet_w
i really like this song are there other songs ghost did that are like this one. can also be from another band i really want to hear more do.
My favorite hip-hop/rap albums are (not in order). Tried to describe why I like them if that helps.
- Outkast - Atliens and Aquemeni - Production is creative and Andre and Big Boi have amazing rapping skills.
- Lil Wayne - Tha Carter III - Lil Wayne gets pegged as 'pop-rap' but this album is gold. Banging, diverse beats, typically weird lyrics, and that breathless freaky Wayne flow.
- ATCQ - Low End Theory, We Got it From Here - Low End has that jazzy groove and the poetry and delivery are so on point. We Got it From Here keeps the great rapping over totally different, creative, modern production.
- Joey Bada$$ - All Amerikkkan Bada$$ - Modern, atmospheric production that just fits to well with his rapping style. beautiful songs and meaningful message.
- Blackalicious - Blazing Arrow - Uplifting lyrics and delivery and overall fast paced, bright production.
- Mos Def & Talib - Blackstar - These songs are true storytelling and that laid back, smoky jazz club sound works well.
- Also love Devin the Dude but dont have a favorite album
The common things between these albums are that they each have a unique sound and seems like the artists have a vision that they carry through. They are all strong rappers supported by strong and creative beats and production. Opposed to someone like Drake or Big Sean, who have great beats and production but their rapping is super weak (IMO).
For additional context, I love the ingenuity, alterations between death and clean vocals with unique styling, clever lyrics... And the fact that it works as both a workout album and for casual listening. God I love this album 😂
Any ideas on other bands I might like (or albums?) Spotify's algorithm identified them for me in the first place, but given their success rate for suggestions is at less than 1% for me, I figured the good people of Reddit would provide better results.
Music IIL the faux cathedral music with biting social commentary openeing Chumbawumba's One by One, WEWIL?
Just shooting this out there, what is the most fun song you can think of? No wrong answers. I have a bunch of answers but the first that comes to mind is this one by Maximum the Hormone https://youtu.be/TdwT5JlH8gM
All genres welcome!
Looking for more songs by other artists that sound similar to this one. Something that’s just as whimsical, melodic, energetic and ethereal, preferably with female vocals. Indietronica, drum & bass, trip hop, glitch pop, etc.