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    Great idea for a thread. However since I use apps like Deezer (something like spotify etc) I'm really not sure if a lot of stuff I'm listening to is "new". But here's a couple bands that are new to me in the last year or two or three.

    Follakzoid
    Myrrors
    The Spyrals
    Brothers of the Sonic Cloth
    Gnod
    The Warlocks
    The Wooden Shjips

    I don't really get it when people complain about no new good music out there. Perhaps they need to change their method of discovering it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 4NDR01D View Post
    Perhaps they need to change their method of discovering it.
    Entirely my biggest problem, I used to have XM and got exposed to a lot of new artists but since Sirius took over it's the same five artists, over and over again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by palitoy View Post
    Entirely my biggest problem, I used to have XM and got exposed to a lot of new artists but since Sirius took over it's the same five artists, over and over again.
    The app I use has a "similar artist" feature I use to listen to new bands. So if you like "The Dirtbombs" you hit the similar artists button and there's a bunch of like minded bands like The Gories, The Deadly Snakes, Andre Williams, Von Bondies, etc etc etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 4NDR01D View Post
    The app I use has a "similar artist" feature I use to listen to new bands. So if you like "The Dirtbombs" you hit the similar artists button and there's a bunch of like minded bands like The Gories, The Deadly Snakes, Andre Williams, Von Bondies, etc etc etc.
    love the dirtbombs

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    speaking of old farts music i'm just listening to the 1st clash album 40 years old and still sounds as vital today.a lot of the mainstream music today sounds pale and old compared to early clash,the jam,ramones etc when i hear teenagers listening to their kind of music it sounds like old farts music i think i hope i never get that old then realize im 30 years older.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 4NDR01D View Post
    The app I use has a "similar artist" feature I use to listen to new bands. So if you like "The Dirtbombs" you hit the similar artists button and there's a bunch of like minded bands like The Gories, The Deadly Snakes, Andre Williams, Von Bondies, etc etc etc.
    Weirdly, I do like the dirtbombs, a whole bunch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by daz71 View Post
    speaking of old farts music i'm just listening to the 1st clash album 40 years old and still sounds as vital today.a lot of the mainstream music today sounds pale and old compared to early clash,the jam,ramones etc when i hear teenagers listening to their kind of music it sounds like old farts music i think i hope i never get that old then realize im 30 years older.
    I feel that way sometimes. There's a lot of very popular safe, tepid music right now, but it's easy to forget that most kids were listening to Captain and Tennille instead of the Ramones back in the day too, no?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brazoo View Post
    I feel that way sometimes. There's a lot of very popular safe, tepid music right now, but it's easy to forget that most kids were listening to Captain and Tennille instead of the Ramones back in the day too, no?
    who? i don't recall them.yes your right i suppose because all the people i knew were either mods,punks,skins you tend to forget that most people were listening to what was mainstream back then.

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    Listening to Casey Kasem's old top 40s are really interesting, Wuss Rock dominated!

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    I used to listen to a lot of wuss rock as a kid.

    99% of all bands I like today I discovered after the fact.

    One of my most played 45's was Bay City Rollers Saturday Night
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