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Discussion in 'Music to Your Ears' started by ndcaster, Oct 12, 2016.
today, Paul Cauthen and Noah Jackson:
I heard this yesterday: Ian Brennan gives a voice to survivors of the Cambodian genocide
Musicians were just one groups targeted by the Khmer Rouge.
Not exactly what you intended, but it shows the power of music.
Tradtional American music seems to be thriving among those who are grandchildren age. Molly Tuttle is one of my favourites:
She also plays banjo-style clawhammer, on both banjo and guitar.
Tame Impala, the Currents album I thought was fantastic.
Dengue Fever gives me hope, but when old is new to me it's equally promising...
Not sure whether I should post the entire albums or just single tracks.
I like the trend today towards concept albums ala Rush and Floyd.
What? There has been music recorded after 1995?
Nathaniel Rateliff & the Night Sweats
Wow! Some artists I've never heard of here. The Molly Tuttle clip has what I'd call a really nice recorded acoustic guitar tone, along with some pretty cool playing. Same with the Plini example. That guitar in the Plini clip is interesting...looks like the frets transition from straight at the nut to slightly fanned at the neck/body joint.The guy's tone and approach seems to be somewhere between Steve Vai and Trevor Rabin.
The Dengue Fever clip has a vibe that reminds me of Beck's "Odelay" album crossed with Brazzaville's "Rouge on Pockmarked Cheeks" album. I like it, despite it being from another planet.
Oops sorry man, that was Onuma Singsiri some 40 odd years ago.
I've been following Dengue Fever for some time, they are building on the same sound, but also do things like:
I'm digging Dengue Fever!
The first time I heard Leon Bridges I knew something was still out there and still possible.
Where does he hide the DeLorean?
I think those guys could be great, horns are either under used or used incorrectly. Love the horns.
And the guys guitar sounded a bit out of tune but it could be I'm crazy?