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Old 01-06-2014, 03:43 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Where is the Sex Pistols of Today and Nirvana's it all Justin Bieber pop.
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Where is the Sex Pistols of Today and Nirvana's it all Justin Bieber pop.
Stop listening to the pop stations on the radio. Then you won't be hearing pop all the time.
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Old 01-12-2014, 01:31 PM   #4 (permalink)
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In 2009 I think it was X-factor always won the Christmas number 1 spot 4 years in a row in the UK but then people had enough of it and rallied together and got rage against the machine: killing in the name for the number 1 at Christmas and for that rage done a free gig in London in 2010.

here its here:
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Old 01-12-2014, 01:50 PM   #5 (permalink)
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Nope. I honestly can't stand people who think that "music is about the message". Music for music's sake.

Also, there's so much music out there that you could listen to individual tracks of something good, constantly, until the day you die and never get a repeat. It's a matter of being proactive. YouTube is your friend. If you're into harder stuff use metal-archives.com

This forum is also great for recommendations too. When's the last time you even saw someone mention Beiber here? His star is fading fast even in the mainstream though. Just keep away from the pop radio stations if you don't like it. It's that easy.
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If you exclude Justin Bieber, pop's not even that bad these days. I had much harder time digesting pop 10 years ago then I have today. And I'm 10 years older, so my toleracne for shit should be getting lower, yet I don't have a problem with Bruno Mars, Lady Gaga, Katy Perry, David Guetta, Sia, Kesha and such.. It's not that I enjoy them, but they don't make me smash the radio.
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It won't happen. It's been what, 20 years now since the last proper musical rebellion? Major labels don't need to take the risk because they're making enough money with the same manufactured stuff, from their perspective there's no reason to take chances on different types of musicians.
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You mean like Miley Cyrus and her "movement"?
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Maybe not a rebellion per se. Every era has their faces. Kurt Cobain said in an interview in 1993 that he was scared of what music would be like 20 years from now. Bill Corgan has done interviews about this topic as well. How music is almost not as big of a deal anymore. No kidding. As someone who has over 1500 CDs I don't even listen to the radio anymore. I live in iPod land. There is just no identity with music today. Not expecting Elvis, Beatles, Stones, Dylan, Zeppelin, Springsteen, Clash, U2, Nirvana/Seattle scene, etc but I just wish rock and roll at least was a bigger deal.
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Where is the Sex Pistols of Today and Nirvana's it all Justin Bieber pop.
Here are some bands to check out if you have not heard of them. Some I am sure you have.
Most could be considered "pop" but its good pop not that Beiber stuff you are complaining about.

Royal Concept
here is a video for Damn
Other songs to check out by them are On our way, Cabin down below, and World on fire.


Flunk
Play
Other songs by them to check out are their cover of blue monday, see though you, and blind my mind

Florence and the machine
Sweet Nothing
other songs Shake it out, heart lines, cosmic love, and never let me go

Of monsters and men

other songs, mountain song, dirty paws, and King and Lionheart

Foster the people

other songs to check out are anything off their debut album its all great IMO, pumped up kicks is their worst song

the new garbage album

I would also recommend anything off that album its amazing

Sigur Ros

Other songs to check out are Inní mér syngur vitleysingur, Gódan daginn and Gobbledigook

And the birthday massacre,


other songs to check out in the dark, kill the lights, sleep walking
Most of their music is great off of Pins and needles and walking with strangers albums

Kimbra has some great songs too


naked and the famous


Ellie Goulding has a bunch of good songs


Shiny toy guns have a bunch of good songs, especially the ones that Carah sings.


she has a 4 song solo EP that is quite good


there ya go that should get you started
you need to get into Indie bands

If you really want to discover new bands, go on pandora and make stations for bands you like their sound.
There will bound to be bands that pop up you have not heard of before.

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