funeral might be one of the most important indie albums of the 21st century
Not the first time I listened to this chill, hypnotic psychedelic ear-sex by a long shot, but I really fucking love this album. Unfortunately the only one I have from Ozric Tentacles, need to check out their other shit.
No idea you kept a list of all the albums you rated akayz.
guess it's time I've stopped completely ignoring indie rock from the past several years then
I'm catching up on indie rock right now
Listen to Two Door Cinema Club's album Tourist History. I highly recommend it.
like a female Nick Drake with Beck-like beats. excellent stuff.
nick drake comparison = guaranteed listening for me. cool stuff.
Drowning with our Anchors - You Can Never Go Home Again.
10/10. Love me sum depressing as fuck post-rock influenced screamo.
Probably because it's not indie. More Alt rock.. forget it, I can't be asked to name genres any more :([/QUOTE]
I'd call them indie, but that's because I use the term incredibly loosely. Some people call them alternative, garage, whatever.
For the love of god Indie is not a genre.
Going to listen to again as I play bad company
I consider it more of a term than an actual music genre, like classic rock.
Boris - Heavy Rocks (2002)
Holy mother of
Listened to it almost thrice today
so fucking great
Blind Guardian - Nightfall In Middle Earth
A Tolkien LOTR-based metal concept album, with prominent vocal harmonies and a strong guitar-driven epic quality to the music. European power metal at its best.
oh it's this debate again. genres are useful tools because they describe the sound of music. indie is associated with certain traits of music, that makes it a genre idgaf
Pavel Haas Quartet - Janacek, L. String Quartet No. 1, Haas.P, String Quartets Nos 1 & 3
fucking beautiful. string quartets are my shit. lots of dissonance going on and beautiful melodies and chords.