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Sempre by Marcos Valle. Full throttle Brazilian boogie brilliance from the original Rio beach boy. To say he's still going strong at 76 is an understatement. Wonderful music whatmore can i say. You inspire me so much. Your music has been a soundtrack to my everyday life. Thank you so much!
Elle Young. Optimus Funk. Scott Crowell. Andy Richards. No Bo Dy. James Learmonth. J Leezy. Ash K aka Malama. Tom Studdy. Daniel Walsh. Thomas Conway. Detlef Kaenders. Agent Trevor. Slap some creepy visuals on that and it's almost an Aphex Twin track.
Of course, "creepy" is a pretty key part of Aphex Twin's style. The Smashing Pumpkins' Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness offered a, forpretty original combination of the crunchy, loud guitars of grunge rock mixed with poppy choruses and shameless lyrics of post-high school lovesickness. Critics praised the album for its scope and ambition. Time named it the best of the year, claiming that it "soared as high as its lofty ambitions, an Icarus with wings that worked," which proves that the pompousness was contagious.
But people could be forgiven for getting melodramatic: After all, no one had heard anything like this before. Yeah, that pretty much looks like freshman year felt.
Her name is Francoise Hardy, and while she's considered legendary and iconic in France, she never really made the jump to America, because let's face it, if it's not in English, we can't really seem to give much of a fuck. Inshe released her fourth album, Mon amie la rosewhich includes the number above, Je n'attends plus personne. So, while The Beatles were still singing "Love Me Do," this chick was producing a multilayered post-grunge-ish song featuring heavy, distorted guitars mixed with melancholic verses about love lost and hearts broken and all that.
Which you'd know already if you'd paid attention during French class. Listen closely to that guitar bridge around the mark, followed by the dramatic reprise -- this is the part of the mids video where they show you rapid cuts of random people looking angsty while the singer is trapped in an enclosed space, Album).
Sure, she doesn't sound as angry-at-her-own-emotions as Billy Corgan, but then again, few people do. That's right, Reasons - Delight (3) - Breaking Ground (CD, Billy. Take it out on the guitar. In the early 80s, and with the help of a young MTV, new wave music hit the world like a brick. Bands like Kraftwerk and Gary Numan and Tubeway Army had been singing about robots and using drum machines for a few years by that time, but it wasn't until we could see the ridiculous suits and stupid hairdos on our TV screens that the phenomenon really exploded.
Even established musicians like David Bowie and Peter Gabriel started sounding like this:. It was a new sound for a new era. Regarding Shock the MonkeyAllMusic says: "the song's rather gimmicky arrangement Believe it or not, that's actually a psychedelic rock band from the late 60s called Lothar and the Hand People which just sounds like a really low-budget puppet show. Most of their output was exactly what you'd expect: songs about making love, going into space and making love while going into space.
While stoned, presumably. However, "Machines," a song on their debut, Presenting Lothar and the Hand Peoplewas something else entirely. It's got percussion that sounds like a modern drum machine, repetitive, canned guitar riffs, impersonal vocals -- even the lyrics sound like something you'd expect to hear from a guy doing the robot. The only thing that ruins it is that their fashion sense was the exact opposite of the slick new wave look:.
Filthy, disgusting hippies. Ask anyone who knows a little about hip-hop and they'll tell you the first rap song ever was "Rapper's Delight" by Sugarhill Gang, released as a single in and on the group's first record the following year.
Brevity hadn't been invented yet. Ask someone who knows a lot Album) hip-hop, though, and they'll probably tell you that the underground rap scene dated to around the mids, you ignorant fool. Either way, "Rapper's Delight" is still a huge landmark; as AllMusic puts it, "more than any other, the single launched the hip-hop craze and introduced the world to the major musical innovation during the last two decades of the 20th century. And until the 90s for this to become acceptable rapper dress.
In one of his routines he played a judge character forced to listen to incredibly stupid cases, often replying with snappy retorts. Thanks to that whole segregation thing our grandparents were so crazy about, Markham remained relatively obscure up until the s, when Sammy Davis Jr.
Davis began referencing the sketches so much that "Here comes the judge! With a famous singer going on TV playing his routines, Pigmeat figured the next logical step would be making a music record.
He recorded a novelty single featuring one of his judge sketches on one side and a sort of spoken theme song for the character on the other -- basically, a rap song. If the single had caught on, rap fashion would be very different today. We hadn't even landed on the goddamn moon yet, and here's a straight-up hilarious rap from a guy known primarily as a comedian.
Now, we're not saying that being a comedian improves musical ability or somehow lets you see the future of music -- we're just saying you should keep an eye out for Cracked: The Robot Hip-Hop Synthesizer Album later this year. To read more of Ashe's work, check out weirdshitblog. Be sure to pick up our new book so you can learn how to be an unappreciated musical genius.
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