I keep all the stuff I like in a youtube playlist. It is quite diverse I think.https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=LLChw-7RYldnGYWdptzD8XRQ
according to my last.fm page( http://www.last.fm/user/waltrg
), my most played songs are
Digitalism — Pogo
Home — Flashlight
Daft Punk — Face to Face
Haywyre — Do You Don't You
Classixx — I Feel Numb
The M Machine — A King Alone
Gold Panda — You : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Su1wK7iCQfQ
Germany Germany — Cold Hands
Rustie — Death Bliss
I highly recommend Gold Panda in particular if you haven't already listened to him.
And I might as well plug my Spotify playlist. https://open.spotify.com/user/waltrg/playlist/4rDrRRx10LO862KJ30K2YC
Apollo 440 - pretty much the whole discography
Beck - various tracks from the whole discog, I'm still discovering new stuff
The Black Keys - Thickfreakness | Rubber Factory | Magic Potion | Attack & Release (pls no bulli)
Blood Red Shoes
Blur - Leisure | Parklife | Blur | 13 | Think Tank
The Brian Jonestown Massacre
Cage the Elephant - Cage the Elephant | Thank You, Happy Birthday
Cake - Fashion Nugget | Prolonging the Magic | Comfort Eagle | Pressure Chief
The Chemical Brothers - whole
The Crystal Method - Vegas
Daft Punk - everything except RAM
The Dandy Warhols
Dr. Dog - oh boy this band is magical. I love every single song of theirs, and I'm not even that fond of their style. There's just something about their songs that makes me feel in ways I've never felt before.
Electric Six - various songs from across the whole discography. Too many for me to bother searching and typing them out, but definitely not the whole discography either. E6 has a tendency to release both really good and really bland songs.
Fatboy Slim - whole
Fitz and The Tantrums - More Than Just a Dream
Franz Ferdinand - Franz Ferdinand | Tonight: Franz Ferdinand
The Glitch Mob
Gorillaz - whole
Hanni El Khatib - Head in the Dirt
Heartless Bastards - All This Time | Arrow
The Heavy - whole, but haven't listened to Hurt & the Merciless yet
In The Whale
Infected Mushroom - whole
J Roddy Walston and the Business
Jamie T - Panic Prevention
Kyuss - kind of a mystery to me. Studio recordings seem like just the tip of the iceberg, live plays were the good stuff. It's a shame that I found out about them long after they disbanded.
Left Lane Cruiser - the only band of that kind that I like
Little Dragon - very comfy band, for some reason they're impregnated in my mind as "the non-pretentious Björk"
Mastodon - Crack the Skye | The Hunter
Modest Mouse - also a mystery, especially the early albums and cassettes. They seem to have the ability to transmit a certain feeling through music, even without understanding the lyrics. But I might be entirely wrong on that.
Queens of the Stone Age - whole
Radiohead - the first 4 albums, especially Kid A. The rest is not bad, if a little pretentious. The King of Limbs and A Moon Shaped Pool are shit tier pretentious though.
Red Hot Chili Peppers
Scar Symmetry - Symmetric in Design
The Stone Roses
The Strokes - whole
Them Crooked Vultures
Underworld Mk2 and lots of live recordings
Wolf Parade - whole discog, especially Apologies to the Queen Mary hits close to home
lainchan radio ♥
There's a lot of it and it's kind of generic, but I like lots of music and didn't feel right with leaving some of the bands out. These are most of my favourite bands/artists, if I didn't write a certain album it's probably not because I don't like it, but because it's not as good as the rest. I couldn't bother leaving comments on a lot of the bands because it's 4AM here and I'm tired.