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Boys bands of Kazakhstan

 

 

 

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Interesting, it seams Kazakstan's mainstream music is similar to East Asian music like KPOP.  Is Kazakstan people classified as caucasian race or asian?

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well he is posting in an Asian thread

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Originally Posted by SilverEars View Post
 

Interesting, it seams Kazakstan's mainstream music is similar to East Asian music like KPOP.  Is Kazakstan people classified as caucasian race or asian?

 

Kazakhs are mongoloids, they are relatives to mongols though their language belongs to the Turkic family. Kazakhs sing in Kazakh or Russian languages. K-pop is basically American style ( R&B, rap etc) so in Kazakhstan reference is more America and Europe than Eastern Asia.

 

Relative numbers of speakers of Turkic languages
         
Turkish
  
43%
Azerbaijani
  
15%
Uzbek
  
14%
Kazakh
  
10%
Uyghur
  
6%
Turkmen
  
4%
Tatar
  
3%
Kyrgyz
  
2%
Other
  
3%

 

 

The closest to Kazakhs from these nationalities are Kyrgyz and Uyghurs. Tatars look like Europeans already ( for example, tennis player Marat Safin is a tatar). 


Edited by mutabor - 5/31/14 at 4:40am
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Here's some really good Epik High:

 

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Alexandros (formerly 'Champagne') - "Run Away"

 

androp - "Tonbi"

 

androp - "MirrorDance"

 

Heavenstamp - "Waterfall"

 

The Lemons - "Husel"

 

Spangle Call Lilli Line - "Nano (TK Kaleidoscope Remix)"

 


Edited by xslimmiejimmiex - 6/18/14 at 10:19am
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It's hard to find Japanese music that is well produced and not a compressed mess.

 

here are some suggestions both old and new:

 

This artist's name is Beni, she's just awesome. (her unplugged album is the one that sounds best)

 

ANZENCHITAI - Wine Red No Kokoro.

 

 

And a couple from my all time favorite japanese artist: Tatsuro yamashi-ta (added the dash because the swearfilter thinks I'm swearing)

 

 

 

 

want more?


Edited by Tad-Bravo - 6/19/14 at 2:14am
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I know its kinda old.

Sorry if its a repost.

Just sharing smily_headphones1.gif
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*posting these here in Asian music thread b/c 2hu=東方=eastern despite the genres not really fitting in with kpop/jpop sound.


Edited by L0SLobos - 6/20/14 at 8:37pm
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*posting these here in Asian music thread b/c 2hu=東方=eastern despite the genres not really fitting in with kpop/jpop sound.

There is no genre specifications in this thread--you can post any genre as long as it's Asian. We've had anything from extremely obscure underground avant-garde, traditional ethnic, metal, pop, jazz, electronic, prog, to everything else in this thread. 

 

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ANZENCHITAI - Wine Red No Kokoro.

 

 

And a couple from my all time favorite japanese artist: Tatsuro yamashi-ta (added the dash because the swearfilter thinks I'm swearing)

I'm a huge fan of both. I tend to like their more upbeat songs though:

 

Here's Yamashi-ta's "Let's dance, Fish," used as the music for a photo slideshow. This songs always puts me in a great mood:

Here's one of my favorite funkier songs from Anzen Chitai:

 

Of course, everyone knows this one (from the same album), which is one of their most famous songs:

 

In fact, that whole album is awesome. More from it:

 

 

A couple  from the Taiyo album:

Tamaki Koji's solo stuff is pretty funky too:

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Anzen Chitai and Tatsuro Yama****a (from Tad-Bravo's post), brilliant. Also enjoyed the Kazakstan stuff.

 

In the same vein is Off Course, if one is not familiar with Off Course then one should know Sayonara

 

Some TheThe (the incarnation with Han Hee Jung)

There is a great acoustic cover of Somewhere over the Rainbow on the 3rd album. Grooveshark should get you there.

 

And Jang Pil Soon.

 

Have nothing to add. Just enjoying the new stuff coming in.

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Mongolia :L3000:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Edited by mutabor - 6/29/14 at 8:48am
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Music of peoples belonging to Turkic family ( Kazakh language belongs to it)

 

Uzbekistan ( our southern neighbors)

 

 

Tatars ( they live in Russia)

 

 

 

Azerbaijan

 

 


Edited by mutabor - 7/3/14 at 8:45am
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Kazakhstan

 

 

 

 

 


Edited by mutabor - 7/4/14 at 12:12pm
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