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03/20/2008 10:23:21 AM · #1
this is a forum that will allow us to share our favorite bands that you might not have heard of...

maybe you just might find a band on here that you like!

PS if the band has a myspace(please myspace so we can hear the music right away) please link to it

for example: //www.myspace.com/jimmyandtheghostmachines

Message edited by author 2008-03-20 10:30:08.
03/20/2008 10:25:47 AM · #2
Black Rebel Motorcycle Club!

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03/20/2008 10:26:13 AM · #3
ill start...
listen to all 3 songs they all have a different style
03/20/2008 10:26:41 AM · #4
The Tim Malloys. A small Irish band from the twin cities. Some of my best college memories involve these guys and the irish pub we spent a little too much time and way too much $$$ at drinking!

03/20/2008 10:28:32 AM · #5
Zoe Speaks

Kentucky bluegrass. Really great stuff!!
03/20/2008 10:32:37 AM · #6
remind you for convienence post the myspace if you know they have one
03/20/2008 10:47:32 AM · #7
Carla Gover

My best friend in high school... she is amazing!! She plays 7 instruments... was first chair at EKU on Cello when she was a junior in high school. Amazing on piano and the voice of an angel.
03/20/2008 10:54:08 AM · #8
The Polyjesters

I went to a show for Canada Day last summer and they were quite good and the show was sooo funny.
03/20/2008 10:57:31 AM · #9
Jam & Spoon

Link to my personal collection.
03/20/2008 11:32:17 AM · #10

My buddy plays synth. Very different sound, Devo-ish with a punk edge. Their live shows are indredible!
03/20/2008 11:48:38 AM · #11
Reptilain Humanoid
03/20/2008 12:00:43 PM · #12
Sinch: the best band you will never hear, and regret not doing so:


Also, John Fairhurst, an absolute prodigy on guitar. seriously. This guy is like Jimmy Page, then some. And I don't say that lightly, his songwriting, style and quality are second to none and he has that unique quality I haven't heard since Jimmy Page to make it sound like what it is if that makes sense.

John Fairhurst
03/20/2008 12:13:03 PM · #13
new addition to the list...

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03/20/2008 12:17:57 PM · #14
Awesome band. Seen them a few times.

VS the Earth
03/20/2008 12:19:08 PM · #15
Great Big Sea
03/20/2008 12:24:36 PM · #16
Felix "the Catt" and Baga Tricks edit to add--->Listen to this CD especially track 2<----edit to add again Wow!!! 2 hours of their music on this link!

It's simply amazing to see a white boy band playing roots reggae and ska so incredibly well. This is an iconic Florida Keys band that I used to love to go see. I'm not sure what has happened to them over the last couple of years but it seems that the band leader/founder, Felix, has been caught a few times with some 'illegal' substances which has kept him away from perfoming for awhile. I hope to see him performing again.

This CD is one that I actually haven't heard until now. Sounds good so far. Check it out.

I have their previous CD which is amazing.

Message edited by author 2008-03-20 14:44:57.
03/20/2008 01:11:37 PM · #17
Pure Reason Revolution - modern day pink floyd, as they have been refered to as.
03/20/2008 01:14:15 PM · #18
Way back in the day, there was a band called "El Groupo Sexo". I have no idea if they made any albums or even recorded, but they were crazy good fun to see live.
03/20/2008 04:24:06 PM · #19
I saw Sunspot mostly by accident last week

Catchy tunes.
03/20/2008 04:27:31 PM · #20
The The
03/20/2008 04:33:07 PM · #21
Originally posted by Jib:

new addition to the list...

Good call, Jib - my daughter introduced me to their album Dance Macabre a few years ago. I shall have to dig it out for the car for driving to work next week!
03/23/2008 08:57:59 PM · #22
excellent maybe you should introduce me to your daughter ;)
i love them soomuch and they are actually coming out with a new album in april
03/23/2008 09:00:56 PM · #23
Hopefully my Icelandic friends can appreciate this, but a band that's not as well known in the US (although it has been gaining popularity in the past couple of years is Sigur Ros.

Basically, they are amazing.
03/23/2008 09:01:07 PM · #24
My ABSOLUTE FAVOURITE - an Australian Band...

My Friend the Chocolate Cake

The Australians here may have heard of them, but the rest of the world sure should - PURE MAGIC!

03/23/2008 09:13:46 PM · #25
I know they probably aren't unheard of for most other people, but I just found out about them a few weeks ago and saw them live...we met the band and they were extremely nice and signed things for the boys and talked about music. I really enjoy their sound, too. Anyway, here are The Afters.

Another good (and unsigned) band is The North Gate, who I just heard yesterday but am really liking so far.

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