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ED HALL

 

Comanechi
Castrovalva
Hey Colossus
Daughters
Zeni Geva
U.S Maple
Mclusky
Action Beat
God Bullies
Royal Trux
Pussy Galore
Young Widows
Thinking Fellers Union Local 282
Harry Pussy
Brainiac 
Guitar Wolf
Fight Amp
Dazzling Killmen
U-Men
Live Skull
Japandroids
The Wipers (sometimes)
King Snake Roost
The Cows
Amphetamine Reptile Records in general
Oxbow
Pissed Jeans
Fetish69
Tar
SLint
Mule 
Unwound
Dr. Slaggleberry
Boredoms
UZI 
Scratch Acid
Janitor Joe
Swans
Lung
Mount Shasta
Steelpole Bathtub
Skin Yard
Part Chimp 
Helms Alee (more sludge but whatever)
Butthole Surfers
Cop Shoot Cop
Clockcleaner
KARP
Qui
Celan
The Birthday Party
Brainbanger
Free Clinic
Arab on Radar
Chrome
Girls Vs. Boys
AIDS Wolf
Fiasco
Mission of Burma
The Psychic Paramount
The Gerogerigegege
Deerhoof
Hella
Ruins
The Good Good

post #2 of 70

The Jesus Lizard

Yellow Swans

The Dead C

post #3 of 70

Noise rock? 

 

First time i hear about this genre. redface.gif

 

I will check some bands on the list you guys posted. 

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Who hasn't heard of noise rock? Dude, it's been around since like the 80s (or, at least, popular since then, I'm not sure if anything technically qualified earlier than that).

Also, no mention of Sonic Youth?

Uh, what?

post #5 of 70

I dunno if I'd slot bands like Mission of Burma or Girls Against Boys as noise rock. They don't really get as grindy as much as write solid melodic songs and play them really loud.

 

On the other hand...

Sonic Youth (well hey, they straddle genres), Caspar Brötzmann, Lightning Bolt, Painkiller, K.K. Null (you've got Zeni Geva on the list, but Null's done solo stuff too), some of Jim O'Rourke's stuff, Killdozer...

 

Then again, I don't know if I wanna argue with a guy calling himself "Melvins" here.

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Sonic Youth is so standard that they almost go without saying. Killdozer's X-mas song is the only thing I play around the holidays.

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Originally Posted by ardgedee View Post

I dunno if I'd slot bands like Mission of Burma or Girls Against Boys as noise rock. They don't really get as grindy as much as write solid melodic songs and play them really loud.

 

On the other hand...

Sonic Youth (well hey, they straddle genres), Caspar Brötzmann, Lightning Bolt, Painkiller, K.K. Null (you've got Zeni Geva on the list, but Null's done solo stuff too), some of Jim O'Rourke's stuff, Killdozer...

 

Then again, I don't know if I wanna argue with a guy calling himself "Melvins" here.



True. Post punk would probably be a better genre to define MOB

post #8 of 70

The only groups I have mentioned so far are

 

Sonic Youth

Helms Alee

Thinking Fellers Union Local 282

Live Skull

Swans

 

What about Fugazi and Helmet?

post #9 of 70

^absolutely

 

Shellac

Toadliquor

Naked City

Dillinger Esc Pln

Converge

Painstripper

Ein Neu

Boris...

 

hell, the trouble & strife calls half my collection 'noise'

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Originally Posted by rehabitat View Post

^absolutely

 

Shellac

Toadliquor

Naked City

Dillinger Esc Pln

Converge

Painstripper

Ein Neu

Boris...

 

hell, the trouble & strife calls half my collection 'noise'


Ah yes Boris. How could I forget. I've only got 38 of their releases. Their albums Heavy Rocks and Smile would qualify IMO.

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The Locust

Some Girls

Tower of Rome

post #12 of 70

^yeah, and amplifier worship (c:

<3

post #13 of 70
The Locust, of course. Doesn't get much noisier than that.
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words can't describe

 

rockin

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Dillinger escape plan? come on now. 

 

 

Boris are frickin' great. 

 

Thrown Up's

Brass Castle 

The jazzus Lizard

Iowa Beef Experience

Scratch Acid

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