Recommend me some new music . . . . . .please!!

(29 Posts)

Seem to be listening to the same old stuff (which I'll always love!),but struggling to find some new stuff,by that I don't mean new to the music scene just new to me,someone I may have overlooked but has been around for years,that sort of thing.

What I like :-
Kings of Leon (adore all their albums especially the early stuff),
Pearl Jam (everything they've done but have done but haven'y listened to their newest album yet)
Foo Fighters (adore Dave Grohl & anything he does)
Audioslave (one of my all time fave bands!)
Guns n Roses (the Slash years only please!)
Live (but i tend to stick to 'Throwing Copper')
Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds,
Ray LaMontagne (his voice gives me chills!)
but also like Slipknot,Seasick Steve,Smashing Pumpkins,Stereophonics,System of a Down,RHCP,Rage against the Machine,QOTSA,Placebo.
With all that can anyone recommend something else to listen to??

AmIatwat Wed 05-Feb-14 13:57:15

Air, Zero 7, Goldfrapp, Everlast, watch them on youtube and enjoy.

Thanks amlatwat,will give them a listen smile

joydivisionovengloves Wed 05-Feb-14 18:59:41

Hot Water Music
Chuck Ragan
Tim Barry
The Hold Steady
The Gaslight Anthem
We Are Augustines
Band of Horses

That's what's on my iPod today!

icetip Sun 09-Feb-14 12:28:52

Try my friend Jim Jones https://soundcloud.com/smalltownjones

Or the wonderful Emily Barker https://soundcloud.com/emilybarkerhalo

JoR73 Mon 10-Feb-14 21:04:32

just bought this and really enjoying it: http://www.piccadillyrecords.com/prod/Fuzz-Fuzz-InTheRed-92730.html
also recommend Pond. Best pand I've seen live.

MissBetseyTrotwood Mon 10-Feb-14 21:05:54

I'm loving White Denim at the mo.

And the singer is HOT to boot.

randomfemale Mon 10-Feb-14 21:11:26

Velvet Revolver
Motley Crew
Red Hot Chilli Peppers
Warrant
Def Leppard
Poison

FoonaLagoonaBaboona Sat 15-Feb-14 21:04:30

The Black Keys
Cage the Elephant
Eels

RegainingUnconsciousness Sat 15-Feb-14 21:09:21

Everclear & Incubus

Less Than Jake, NoFX?

furlinedsheepskinjacket Sat 15-Feb-14 21:14:21

foals

sidneypie Sat 15-Feb-14 21:15:09

Enter Shikari
Mallory Knox
Lower Than Atlantis
Rise Against
Don Broco
Boysetsfire

badasahatter Sat 15-Feb-14 21:19:28

I love this kind of thread. Sadly, I rarely have anything to add, but I'm hoping to take something away!

Jellykat Sat 15-Feb-14 21:21:52

Yes, yes, to The Black keys, also Black Rebel Motorcycle club..and Royal Blood - a new 2 piece band from Brighton

I'd also like to recommend an amazing documentary by the Grohlmeister, called 'Sound City', first half is about the amazing recording studio where so many classic rock albums were made.. the second half is Dave Grohl and Taylor Hawkins 'jamming' an album with the remaining Nervanas', Josh Homme (hubba hubba) Trent Reznor (Nine Inch Nails) Tom Petty etc.. one of the most briiliant things i've watched in a very long time!

ProfondoRosso Sat 15-Feb-14 21:23:41

If you like Nick Cave, give Tindersticks a go, especially their first album.

DoctorTwo Sun 16-Feb-14 17:29:21

Try Voivod (start with either Killing Technology, Nothingface or Dimension Hatross as opposed to War/Pain), they are one of Dave Grohl's favourite bands, Faith No More, The Dead Weather, Hefner. I second Jellykat with BRMC, and if you like them you'll probably like Radio4. Dance To The Underground is a top tune, this is a new version (I think).

maillotjaune Wed 19-Feb-14 19:33:08

Teenage Fanclub? Look for Everything Flows, God Knows It's True, Star Sign, Alcoholiday on YouTube for a sample of their early stuff. They get more folky with age and The New Mendicants (Norman Blake's new project) are really good too.

WowserBowser Wed 19-Feb-14 19:45:49

Yeah Yeah Yeahs
Hole
Arcade Fire

I loved Throwing Copper when i was younger. Love Smashing Pumpkins too.

MyChemicalMummy Fri 21-Feb-14 15:33:24

Frank Turner the man is a genius.

Rattitude Fri 21-Feb-14 15:36:28

The Walkmen - all their albums are good, but I particularly like this song.

They are great in concert too.

PandaNot Fri 21-Feb-14 15:37:43

Imagine Dragons
White Lies

marlene4boycie Fri 21-Feb-14 15:44:30

Bill Callaghan / Smog

midwifeandmum Fri 21-Feb-14 16:01:34

Abba??? grin

BoulevardOfBrokenSleep Fri 21-Feb-14 16:01:39

I was also going to recommend Frank Turner. Problem is, he has released quite a few albums so it's hard to know where to start. Here's Photosynthesis and I Still Believe on Youtube.

Have you considered listening to Kerrang radio if you want a selection of rock-type music? It's on digital, or there's an app.

Rattitude Fri 21-Feb-14 16:13:05

Radiohead (!)
Archive - This song is always a massive crowd-pleaser when sung live. grin

slug Fri 21-Feb-14 16:34:38

Spriitualized. Their last album 'HUH' is a good place to start
Tindersticks
The National
Grindermen (Nick Cave side project)
Queens of the Stone Age. Some of the earlier stuff
Arcade Fire - start with Funeral
Secret Machines - Ten Silver Drops is the album to try

ohmymimi Wed 26-Feb-14 15:00:09

Alter Bridge.
Grohl's 'Sound City' project album.

IrnBruTheNoo Sun 11-May-14 19:37:40

Gloryhammer.

thegambler Fri 23-May-14 12:25:57

Older/been round for years.....

New Model Army
The Libertines (I know many don't like Doherty personally but the first couple of Libertines albums were really good)
Yeah Yeah Yeahs
Fiery furnaces
Million dead
65 Days of static (Earlier stuff)
Maximo park's "apply some pressure" album
MC5
Curve

Newer stuff.....

La Sera
Drenge
Wolf Alice
The Vaccines

A bit left field....

Cate Le Bon
Courtney Barnett
Tycho

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