New Musical Discoveries

GruntersDad

Administrator - Mayor
Staff member
Please use this thread to list any new music you think the forum members may like.

Be sure to list the Group, Album, and Song. Try to keep thing positives. Bashing someones entry, because you don't like, it will be deleted. If you don't like it, Move on. The OP is not required to explain why they like it, just that is is new, and interesting to them.
 

Mongrel

Silver Member
Sorry-please delete after clarification....but I have a question.

Does the music linked to need to be "new" according to when it was written (example-within the last five years....?) or when it was heard?

Sincerely...

And thanks.
 

Hollywood Jim

Platinum Member
I just discovered Danielle Nicole. Great singer and hot tunes. Came out in 2015. (OMG Where has she been all my life)
I practice drums to her stuff. Good solid hard hitting drum parts.

It's hard to pick one or two songs. Try "Lord I Just Can't Keep from Crying". https://youtu.be/4Z6nSOJiw_0

Or "Someday You Might Change Your mind". https://youtu.be/An-JJxfbYac

Listen to all of her stuff and pick your favorites.



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GruntersDad

Administrator - Mayor
Staff member
Sorry-please delete after clarification....but I have a question.

Does the music linked to need to be "new" according to when it was written (example-within the last five years....?) or when it was heard?

Sincerely...

And thanks.
It could be new to you
 

AzHeat

Platinum Member
I just discovered Danielle Nicole. Great singer and hot tunes. Came out in 2015. (OMG Where has she been all my life)
I practice drums to her stuff. Good solid hard hitting drum parts.

It's hard to pick one or two songs. Try "Lord I Just Can't Keep from Crying". https://youtu.be/4Z6nSOJiw_0

Or "Someday You Might Change Your mind". https://youtu.be/An-JJxfbYac

Listen to all of her stuff and pick your favorites.
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Wow, she’s got a heck of a strong voice. Nice mix of new and old!
 

Roadydad

Senior Member
I saw Danielle Nicole in Ottawa a few years ago as part of Trampled Under Foot. They opened for George Thorogood.
She does have strong lungs.
The first track Hollywood Jim listed reminds me a bit Delta Moon's track House of Dolls.
I'd post the link, but my tech skills are a big fat ZEERO !
 

GruntersDad

Administrator - Mayor
Staff member
I like a lot of ethnic folk music, but they wouldn't play my wedding. Notice the floor tom rim. I guess altered to play the brushes.
 

Mike Stand

Silver Member
My girlfriend has recently made me aware of this group, apparently it's an acquired taste...
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uyb_VUfYjG8
Different. (good different, to me) :)

Just one thing, the initial visual impact was mildly distracting.

Since many links will probably lead to youtube videos, I highly recommend not actually watching them but just listening (minimise the web window, or just look away).

Like I always say to my son, music is listened to with ears, not with eyes.

Seems like I should follow my own advice, duh!

Edit: my colleague and I now have this on at work!
 
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alparrott

Platinum Member
Jenny and the Mexicats and Lake Street Dive are my newest discoveries. Also a local band called Cobrahawk from Ellensburg, WA - solid pop-punk and a great work ethic. Check 'em out.
 

Macarina

Silver Member
Here we go... new to me in the last few months

Artist: Nossa
Song: Mas Que Nada
Genre: Bossa Nova / Pop Brazil

A contemporary cover of a cover from 1966. Love the latin driving rhythm.

https://youtu.be/9p7ToiJ5Q9o


Artist: Grace
Song: You Don't Own Me (contemporary cover of Lesly Gore)
Genre: Pop

Her voice just grabs you... and how she inteprets this classic... she makes it her own.

https://youtu.be/8SeRU_ZPDkE

my bad for the link... fixed... and here's another Grace song, Church On Sunday
I love her voice that much

https://youtu.be/1X0TGRr_mQQ
 
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