Hey, I know you probably made that music post a while ago, but I just wanted to say; I really like you're music taste and I get real excited whenever you reblog a song. I've discovered some of my favorite groups because of you and I just wanted to say thanks.
this is such a huge compliment and i really, really love music… it’s one of the only things that kept me happy when i was younger so hearing this is just really exciting! i’ll go ahead and give you a quick list of things if you want that -
formatted as band name (recommended starter/test songs or description)!
women singers that i love, most do some really cool and unconventional things with their voices/music: hop along (the knock, happy to see me), the romanovs (album: the moon was hungry…),
vashti bunyan (if i were - the same but different, here before), amanda palmer (melody dean, half jack, want it back), stevie nicks (rhiannon, gold dust woman), regina spektor (album: soviet kitsch), kimya dawson, laura marling, against me!,
emilie autumn(lots of verbal poetry and screaming), ida maria (i like you so much better when you’re naked), [cont]
[cont] santigold (i can’t get enough of myself), courtney barnett (pedestrian at best), mirah (the garden), jenny hval (blood flight), digital daggers (can’t sleep can’t breathe),
metric (gold guns girls), nico vega (million years, beast), fiona apple (hot knife), cat power (troubled waters), ingrid michaelson (in the sea), st. vincent (paris is burning), nina simone (sinnerman)
folk/southern/folk punk: brown bird (by the reins, blood of angels), drew bunting (easy), parker millsap (hades pleads), crywank (squeezing the damp towel, album: don’t piss on me i’m already dead), AJJ (small red boy, big bird, heartilation), the decemberists (mariner’s revenge song), the future kings of nowhere (10 simple murders), fleet foxes (album: helplessness blues), larkin grimm (the butcher)
weird sounds (usually cool instruments/noises + interesting lyrics, all of these are very different and have a lot of variation between their songs):the caretaker(start with any - instrumentals designed to make you profoundly unsettled), IAMX (album: the alternative), mother mother (cesspool of love), a perfect circle (the outsider, pet, the nurse who loved me),
hawaii part II (dream sweet in sea major, my favorite is: the mind electric),
eddache (bioshock remixes that are extremely enjoyable)
electronic + electroswing:rchetype (furry electronic, song: unstoppable),
caravan palace (all of them are good - electroswing), tape five (electroswing, songs: bad boy good man, a cool cat in town), parov stelar (swing, electroswing… song: booty swing)
other:lemon demon/neil cicierega (fun stuff, lots of complex mixes of songs that are considered ‘jokes’ that completely warps them into different things), tom lehrer (pianist with some witty things to say, songs: masochism tango, poisoning pigeons in the park), jonathan coulton (album: artificial heart - this is the guy who made the lyrics for the songs in portal 2), parenthetical girls (handsome devil), jukebox the ghost (static)
stuff you probably already know:beach boys (good vibrations, wouldn’t it be nice), sufjan stevens (i like a lot of his straight-up instrumentals, album: carrie & lowell), hozier (from eden, jackie and wilson), the black keys (sinister kid), death cab for cutie (i will possess your heart), sia (you’ve changed, the greatest), vampire weekend (diplomat’s son), bobby darin (mack the knife), blue october (into the ocean),
woodkid (the great escape), portugal the man (purple yellow red and blue)
musicals/soundtracks: repo! the genetic opera, the devil’s carnival (p1+p2), chicago (the movie), chess in concert, dr. horrible’s sing-along blog, the Music Meister episode of batman - brave and the bold is good as a stand-alone, okami (ps2/wii), dishonored 1 + 2, portal 2, Trance 2013 the movie soundtrack, little shop of horrors
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Hey guys! how are you all doing? i hope you’re alright.
These past few days i’ve been working on these stickers!! at first it was just because i felt like doing them but then some of you got excited about them on twitter so i actually worked on them (so they would be pretty hahah) and put them up in my store.
I’ve been so obsessed with gintama lately (as you can see on my blog) and this was really… so much fun, i hope you like them as much as i enjoyed doing them and maybe buy them and put them in your stuff or maybe just give them to a friend!