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  1. Tjaaaa
    Member

    Hiroshima, Nagasaki, Uppsala, hahaha nice bandname and songtitles Sounds Jævlabra!
    Great that others also find Gøsta Berlin Saga to their liking.
    Gonna spend tomorrow at work with headphones on, going trough all the bands mentioned here.

    Posted 2 months ago #
  2. Great King Rat
    Member

    Reading Tjaaaa's comment ("nice bandname"), I just remembered the best bandname in the world. The music's terrible in my ears, and it's been around for ages, so I'm breaking rule 1 and 4 big time. Still, I need to share this. They're called Duran Duran Duran! Still laughing my ass off after so many years...

    Posted 2 months ago #
  3. supernaut
    Member

    don't really apply to the rules but I find these current bands amazing:

    http://www.hodjamusic.com

    http://www.savagesband.com

    http://www.dirtysoundmagnet.com/

    Posted 2 months ago #
  4. sTARhAMMER
    Member

    https://youtu.be/BxheA86FODg

    Posted 2 months ago #
  5. Valderrama
    Member

    Fueled by Motörhead, Clutch, Spidergawd, early Peppers, Soulwax, 7Zuma7, Randy Rhoads and Mahogany Rush, check out this lovely recent EP

    YeahBabyYeah - Solar

    Posted 2 months ago #
  6. Blashyrkh
    Member

    STUFF. - Old dreams new planets

    Posted 2 months ago #
  7. Blashyrkh
    Member

    Another great belgian band: Dans Dans.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eWctsMZ0keY

    Posted 2 months ago #
  8. Vegard B. Havdal
    Member

    Swedish prog band names is the shit.

    Posted 2 months ago #
  9. supernaut
    Member

    the aforementioned Hodja are on tour right now: http://www.hodjamusic.com/tour-dates/

    Posted 2 months ago #
  10. mister conclusion
    Member

    Eat Ghosts / Miverva

    I have seen Minerva for the forst time live when they played the support for Spidergawd w/ Bent in Berlin some years ago. And enjoyed them more than the Norwegians. They are a bunch of very nice guys from Potsdam (near Berlin) and have changed their name to Eat Ghosts in about 2017.

    I have just recently realised that you can find them on Spotify. There their songs have been listened to less than 1000 times and I doubt that they have ever sold more than a few hundred copies of their records, which is a pity.

    Listen to the opener of Minerva's Germinal record (filed under Eat Ghosts -> Minerva's Germinal) "A Child Was Born In Spring", it is one of my all time favourites. It is from 2013, sorry for breking the rules here.

    Or listen to Eat Ghosts An Ti Ego record (start e.g. with "Echoecho", live footage here: https://www.ardmediathek.de/tv/Rockpalast/Eat-Ghosts-Echo-Echo/WDR-Fernsehen/Video?bcastId=8051040&documentId=56053116 ). Good stuff that is.

    Posted 2 months ago #
  11. Oekky3000
    Member

    NOORVIK

    https://youtu.be/29x_JgChP4c

    Posted 2 months ago #
  12. ruedibilly
    Member

    PinioL - Bran Coucou

    Lots of fun.

    Posted 2 months ago #
  13. fillmore
    Member

    Khruangbin (US-Houston, TX) -- "The Universe Smiles Upon You" (2015)

    https://open.spotify.com/album/2OPcQNLP8DQVumD8kBRAH3
    https://youtu.be/o8L2D2XkByA
    https://youtu.be/q4xKvHANqjk
    https://youtu.be/DyWhFB9ijzA

    One of my big discoveries of 2018. Epic band, deservedly hip as f*ck and in high demand, selling out houses across the globe. Perfect combination of cool and sexy attitude and a mindlowingly lyrical guitar.

    Posted 1 month ago #
  14. punknotyet
    Member

    The Grand Astoria (Saint Petersburg, Russia) - "The Mighty Few" (2015)

    https://thegrandastoria.bandcamp.com/album/the-mighty-few

    Rule #1 is broken here, sorry - this band is currently touring Europe celebrating their 10th anniversary.
    But the record is really awesome (rule #4) :)!
    I've recalled this album after listening to "The Crucible" (the song), because it consists of only 2 songs, 20+ minutes each.
    Crazy mix of psychedelia, prog, metal, doom with elements of reggae, jazz, funk and pure chaos.
    Highly recommended to brave psychonauts.

    Posted 4 weeks ago #
  15. supernaut
    Member

    Thanks for the tip! Bought it immediately. Always up for adventurous, genre defying or breaking or hopping music.

    Posted 4 weeks ago #
  16. pfnuesel
    Member

    Indeed sounds awesome.

    Posted 4 weeks ago #
  17. punknotyet
    Member

    @supernaut, hope you'll like it; @pfnuesel, glad, you liked it :).
    BTW, the leader of this band, Kamille, is a fellow psychonaut himself.

    Posted 4 weeks ago #
  18. pfnuesel
    Member

    That's some crazy shit! Can't stop listening to it. Hate to read that they had to split the first song on vinyl. Did you ever see them live? Does it work live? How many people are even on stage?

    Posted 4 weeks ago #
  19. punknotyet
    Member

    @pfnuesel, I saw them twice in Kyiv (in 2013 and 2015) - they are awesome!
    In 2015 band played "Curse of the Ninth" from this album, but I prefer studio version, that has a lot of additional instrumentation - guys can't afford to travel with all musicians, who played grand piano, reeds and other stuff on it :).
    Usually there are 4 or 5 players (1 or 2 guitars, drums, bass & keyboards).
    Unfortunately the lineup is very unstable.
    As I said in the first post, they are currently on tour (Switzerland, France, Netherlands, Germany), so perhaps you'll be able to check them, if you live close enough to one of venues (see full list of dates/places on facebook).
    ***
    I found a video from that gig in 2015, this composition is from their 2nd album: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZX1VMf410wo

    Posted 4 weeks ago #
  20. Punj Lizard
    Member

    I was initially put off by the cover, but based on the responses I had to listen. What a ride! Some of it ticks all the right boxes for me, but the problem is the bits that don't. Will definitely give it another listen - it's an immense piece of work well worth a listen and possibly more.

    Posted 3 weeks ago #
  21. Punj Lizard
    Member

    I'm sorry but I'm going to break the rules (because they're older than three years - the band, not the rules ) for this band I just discovered through a friend. Camera. They're a Krautrock band from Berlin - a bit like a 21st century Neu!. Though their latest, very upbeat, album is poppier than earlier material, it's still very very good. However, I recommend first listening to their debut Radiate! (released in 2012). https://camerawithin.bandcamp.com/album/radiate-2012

    Camera - Ausland

    Posted 2 weeks ago #
  22. punknotyet
    Member

    Vespero (Astrakhan, Russia) - Hollow Moon (2018)

    Listen: https://music.vespero.ru/album/hollow-moon
    Reviews: http://www.progarchives.com/artist.asp?id=3241

    Rule #1 is broken again, sorry (should we start a new thread called "Old music" ?), but I couldn't resist the temptation to mention these guys here - amazing instrumental space/psychedelic/prog/experimental/etc.-rock band!

    Posted 2 weeks ago #
  23. pfnuesel
    Member

    Please feel free to break the rules when you see fit.

    Posted 2 weeks ago #
  24. odindahle
    Member

    DRØM - Drømmen Om Oss
    Lyrics in Norwegian. Released in 2017.

    Posted 2 weeks ago #
  25. schnu underberg
    Member

    @ Punji
    great choice, CAMERA is a really great band from Berlin.
    All records are really cool
    The are right now on tour, all over europe, i will see them in cologne.
    they played years ago a gig in USA with my favorite kraut band:
    VERSTÄRKER from Kentucky
    Best neokraut band ever
    Verstärker - Album: Aktivität
    released 2015 on casette
    2018 on vinyl, sold out after 3 days...

    Posted 2 weeks ago #
  26. Tomcat
    Member

    Just seen Camera on a double headliner night here in Duesseldorf together with "Chickn" from Greece; both worth a listen (and visit). Chickn were new to me, more "freaky hippiesk" - Camera indeed neokraut electronic, groovy danceable. Great stuff.

    Posted 1 week ago #
  27. Mark
    Member

    Has Daughters been mentioned yet? I'm rarely impressed with bands/albums these days, but what an intense and furious album "You Won't Get What You Want" is. For fans of early Swans.
    https://daughters.bandcamp.com/
    shows

    Posted 1 week ago #
  28. Punj Lizard
    Member

    @schnu and Tomcat - I've bought all four albums by Camera and a ticket to see them in April. Will check out Verstärker and Chikn. Cheers

    Posted 1 week ago #
  29. Tomcat
    Member

    Sounds good For Chickn - I prefer their self titled debut album as it is more charming and further out than the tighter "Wowsers". Camera have some minimalistic but strong drumming onstage and a (quite new) guitar player which adds to the main sound... and optic impression

    Posted 1 week ago #

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