What we hearing? - Mudspike plays (2020)

Yes, a very distinctive voice at that. For some reason, she and her band showed up on my YouTube recommendations and then I started listening and remembered these songs in my younger days. Whenever I heard that voice on the radio, I turned volume all the way up.

No joke, we were playing a โ€œ90s Gameโ€ this past weekend that friends had brought over- it was very clearly aimed at people who were born in the 90s, not those of us who were in high school then- and there was a question about Sixpence Non the Richer. Thatโ€™s going back to high school for me.

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That was amazing schurem. A well played classical with what - rap and poetry? Compelling enough to seek out more Ren, thank you.

Iโ€™m a polyphia fan, who are an instrumental band, but this Sophia Black collaboration just works.

More typical polyphia fare if you havenโ€™t yet given them a listen.


Another song from Sixpence None Richer. Playing live on NBC. Wonderful song.


I have that one bookmarked as well!

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Linkin Park just released a new (old) song. It was originally recorded in 2002 for the 2003 Meteora album, but shelved to the archivesโ€ฆ and here it is. Damn, itโ€™s good to hear Chester again.


Although Iโ€™ve never been in one, Iโ€™ve heard Goth Night Clubs are a sight to behold. :wink:



SO many storiesโ€ฆ

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Speaking of Linkin Park, this one got me a bit misty-eyed.


I am gutted.

Today I found out that one of my favourite musicians died. Apparently it happened over two years ago, on Christmas 2020, and I didnโ€™t even notice. :frowning:
Nothing in the news, I donโ€™t even know anyone outside of the Internet who knows his name, except people who know it from me.

His music made me love Bluegrass and flatpicking western guitars.

RIP Tony Rice.

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Haiduk - Sea of Fire

Dipping in this thread again to link some music nobody listens to. :stuck_out_tongue: Been having these on repeat for awhile.

Re-post. But worth it.


Had my therapeutic bath yesterday, so:

Pink Floyd: Meddle :grin:

I love this cover.


Excellent, ta. Right up there with the original. Love the live strings and things.

Dig the OG singer (Beth Gibbons) try something entirely but not entirely different:

Mind you, itโ€™s written by a Polish composer with all the darkness and bleakness Polish history and culture can muster.

For me, listening to dark, sad or angry music can be strangely uplifting, like a cleansing of the soul. Itโ€™s why I like death metal as well. But oftentimes happy groovy music is the way to go (a small choice of what I been blastinโ€™ at my crew lately):

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Oh my, and then Youtube decided to throw this at me:

Good bot. ta.


You can hear the pain in this one.


Different, but a good Zappa cover.