Lily Allen is an amazing pop artist that punches holes in societies chest when it comes to hipocrisy about gender roles, drug use, consumerism, taboos of sex life and a bunch of other important topics.
I’m simply in love with how nice and happy all her songs sound and how depressive the themes are when you pay attention to them.
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In this Moment is for me one of the best female vocal metal bands. Maybe I should call this series: METAL Monday, but well, I’m only on a spree of 2, right?
The voice of the band is Maria Brink, may take some getting used to, but again there is no growling and not a lot of screaming. She turns the bands lyrics into powerful and energetic or melancholic tracks, backed up by hard drums and some abrupt guitar riffs. Overall some tracks are a bit more nails on the chalkboard, but a bit more easy listening and less grim than bands like the Nine Inch Nails.
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Powerwolf is a, who would have guessed by the name, power metal band that mainly digs into werewolf lore and grim stories of crusades and holy/unholy Christian history.
The singer is an opera singer by trait and that’s pretty clearly audible on most tracks (no growling ;)). The musical style is a bit Nightwish, Blind Guardian or Sabaton (if these names ring a bell). The lyrics remind me a bit of Rammstein and sadly sometimes they’re also a bit short and contain a lot of chorus, but that’s actually the only complaint I have.
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I have not published a playlist in a while, so here it goes! Sorry for the recommendations I have either not gotten to yet or not seen fit, I’m still very thankful for them! Continue reading “Motivation Overkill part 2”
Another issue of the Thick Black Rain playlist is out. Don’t forget to recommend music for me 😉 Continue reading “Thick Black Rain part 2”
Thanks to Trond and Hendrik for contributions on this one. I’m really happy with getting some more and different auditive input this way!
Here again the playlists you can recommend to:
Another playlist of my collaborative project sees the light of day.
Thanks a lot to especially Hendrik, who has very actively suggested music so far. Here’s the first collection that came out of my little project.
Enjoy the listen on this mash up of genres!
I’m a late adopter on this one, but I’ve decided to try Spotify for a month and to try as much of its functionality as possible.
That’s why I want to curate some series of playlists and kind of create my own samplers, which is why
I want you to recommend tracks for me on Spotify
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