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Experimental Rock Music (Space Rock, Psychedelic Rock, Gothic Rock, Post-Punk, Progressive Rock, Alternative Rock, Shoegaze, Grunge, Brit-pop, Dream Pop, Indie Rock, Madchester, Ethereal Wave, etc.) Appreciation Thread

Discussion in 'Music' started by larethio, May 5, 2016.
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  1. Larethio
    I must say. Failure is one of the most underappreciated bands ever. Their music is badass. Like a euphoric mix of space rock and grunge.
     
  2. Larethio

    Ultimate in early 90's psychadelic rock
     
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  3. WraithApe
    Yes, Verve (before they became The Verve) were excellent - The Verve EP and A Storm In Heaven. Psychedelic gold. Shame they morphed into another Oasis clone and are now mainly remembered as the band who did 'Bittersweet Symphony'.
     

     
    I remember being given a cassette copy of A Storm In Heaven in college, '93 and being blown away. The same guy introduced me to The Smiths, Echo & The Bunnymen, The Jesus & Mary Chain and many others. Formative years.
     
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  4. WraithApe
    Another band I listened to a lot around that time...
     

     
    Tindersticks - Tindersticks 1
     
  5. wrathzombie

     




     
  6. Larethio

    They honestly need to make a remastered version of "A Storm In Heaven" besides just remastering Blue and Slide Away. I actually think Urban Hymns was an excellent album. It might be a little britpop but it still incorprates a little bit of space rock as well. Never really got into A Northern Soul though.
     
  7. WraithApe
     
     
    The Raveonettes - Pe'Ahi
     
  8. Larethio
    I challenge people with ultra-bright iems or cans to listen to the beginning of Reckoner by Radiohead! :veryevil:
     
  9. Pastapipo
     
    I challenge people with ultra-bass heavy iems or cans to listen to the middle of James Blale - Limit to your love. [​IMG]
     
    On another note:
     
    The Dandy Warhols are not longer "that Vodafone song" band.
     

     
  10. TexasBuck
    I've been in a major Robyn Hitchcock phase lately:
     

     
  11. dmhenley
    Have a soft spot for Doug Marsch and Built to Spill
     
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  12. Larethio
    You know whenever i hear the term "Indie Rock" i always get the feeling of "Mumford & Sons" or "Imagine Dragons". Not a good feeling imo. I shouldnt be getting it though since imo true indie rock consists of the Stone Roses and The Smiths. Now those are excellent bands, not slop i hear on the local pop radio all the damn time. I mean cmon we need a "Shoegaze" radio or "Grunge" radio. But that would be too esoteric.
     
  13. WraithApe
     
    You're about 25 years too late with that [​IMG] Grunge was always on the radio back in the early 90s. Do people still listen to the radio anyway? I never do personally - closest I get these days is downloading or streaming podcasts.
     
  14. WraithApe

     
    Microdisney - 39 Minutes
     
     
     
    Fatima Mansions - Lost in the Former West
     
  15. Larethio

    A truly hauntingly beautiful song.
     
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