How could I forget....
..... Cosmic Castaway!
Real mid 90's feel to that one top quality ending bit of an odd first minute or so though
Last edited by Jay; 22-10-2011 at 07:22 PM.
Lungfish are a great chill out rock band, only met a couple of people who've even heard of them.
Jess Mills is an artist I've recently come across, and I'm enjoying her stuff.
First thing I heard was Breakage feat Jess Mills - Fighting Fire: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oQcBYboY8G4
I must admit, I think it was the vocals that made the track for me.
So I googled some of her stuff, and came across this song: Jess Mills - Live what I'd Die for.
The original : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LAV2ZtoE7MI is good, though a bit of a remix later and I'm really enjoying it: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CL5hoZw6cvI
She's got some other songs on Youtube aswell, but I've yet to get to them.
Exodus - utada hikaru,
Linky to a song! - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3dj57jjiRwc
Iommi - Tony Iommi
An album of collaborations between the riff master from Black Sabbath himself and a dozen or so guest vocalists including Dave Grohl, Phil Anselmo, Serj Tankian, Henry Rollins, Billy Corgan and long time band mate Ozzy Osbourne. If you're a metal/classic rock fan there's not a bad song on there but nobody seems to know the album exists, except someone on the production staff at Top Gear who nicked Dave Grohls track to use for the road test of the Ford GT.
Breed77 - Cultura
Another metal album but this time more groove based flamenco metal from Gibralter, the guys never hit it all that bit unfortunately but they had some stand out tracks, particularly on this album.
The John Butler Trio
Imagine what would happen if Newton Faulkner and Incubus moved to an Australian town full of obscure instruments and acoustic guitars and had a baby. They're probably what that would sound like, great relaxing music.
Id be surprised if any one here has heard of them, but they were quite instrumental in influencing others.
Couple more I've found recently:
Yogi feat Ayah Marar - Follow U
Liking the vocals in the original http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C9AG-gN7a5Q and the remix seems to improve things again http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NCzA-tz6gAI. Video on the original is worth a watch too...
Then I also came across Delilah.
Original I heard her with Chase & Status - Time http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-wWxkau-Sqk
then I heard one of her Solo efforts - Go http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cxNe9jWNuEU
Not a remix, but the song stripped down a bit - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LQ2OJp93SV0 which I like, perhaps more than the original....
I agree with dave87
Delilah ! You sounds so amazing.
Nancy Wallace, chilled folk-centric singer-songwriter http://www.myspace.com/nancywallace
Seeso - Thank you for leaving me - http://youtu.be/OGugi9vHGEA
This guy has a few other original tracks that are good, check his youtube.
Brother Ali - Us - http://youtu.be/lsPaYZ26Cw0
Brother Ali - Babygirl - http://youtu.be/p13fLLrWMXA
Both from the Us album.
For comedy value:
Flight of the Conchords - The most beautiful girl in the room - http://youtu.be/56ekY8TMJ4w
Flight of the Conchords - Inner City Pressure - http://youtu.be/7wqfcwgT0Ds
I'm liking some more of Jess Mills' stuff:
Silent Space - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2RazEhbADug (remix - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9WO0v6_Lw0U - though I think I prefer the original one this one)
Vultures - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H5Vlx0t3LbA
A little different to the stuff I've posted before - perhaps a little less d'n'/dubstep?
Another one people may not have heard:
Mishal Moore - It Ain't Over (Document One Remix) - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9QW16nI08qo
3 bands that I love who noone else seems to know about
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