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    Posted: Jan/28/2011 at 7:34am
Check out soundcloud.com there is a lot of user created music that is actually pretty good.
Since I first found the site they have grown quite a bit.
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  Quote carebear Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jan/28/2011 at 10:28am
If you want a really interesting, fresh variety on the traditional bluegrass, you should check out "The Devil Makes Three".  It is really kind of dark, alternative bluegrass that is very addicting!  I had never previously thought I would see a mosh pit at a bluegrass show...yeah, seriously, I sh*t you not!!!
 
Also, they are from Santa Cruz so you get plenty of chances if you are in the Bay Area.
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  Quote rishihb Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jan/28/2011 at 9:30pm
I've tried a lot of sites like Pandora, last.fm, hotnewhiphop, etc. I liked grooveshark.com the best, good site. Also, fratmusic.om is worth checking out for a party soundtrack.
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  Quote SnapShot Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jan/29/2011 at 6:09am
Its a welcome sight to see people suggesting bluegrass. Thats awesome! Bluegrass is good music.
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  Quote shwazy Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jan/29/2011 at 7:15am
the best way to find music in my opinion is to go to amazon and enter in bands that you like...it will give you suggestions of bands that other people liked that are similar.  When you see a band you are interested in search for them on myspace and listen to their music for free through streams.  You cannot hear all their songs but you can hear a few in their entirety and this will give you a better idea (as opposed to the 30 second clip on Amazon) as to whether you want to buy it.

Also use listomania on Amazon as well to find other user's favorite music.

Another good rescource is Urban Outfitters music blog.

Spin magazine is another great resource.
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  Quote east4life Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jan/29/2011 at 7:39am
i like one republic cuz its calm and makes me ride easier.
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I listen to a lot of hip hop when Im riding, it hypes me up
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  Quote ivantheturrble Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jan/29/2011 at 4:56pm
Pandora and Grooveshark are the best. There is also a new service that just emerged,
http://www.rdio.com/
I haven't used it yet, but i heard some really good reviews.

For me, techno and dub are really great for riding, nice beat gets you hyped up. :)
I think most pop music is alright to ride with.
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  Quote getkong Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jan/29/2011 at 5:31pm
Been listening to a lot of Muse while riding.
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  Quote Flow iRide Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jan/29/2011 at 6:28pm
Nice sites listed above. The site that I use to listen to the most is MixCrate. DJ's and Artist upload their music/playlist/mixes from all over the world. You can pick whatever genre of music to listen to, download the it or save it.
if your not wasted, the day is.
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Bump.

www.collegerapup.com
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I think I'm one of the few here that primarily listens to electronica.

House, trance, some dubstep, some trip-hop...so if anyone is interested in some recommendations on these genres, I can mildly help out.
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rap and hip hop for me. mac miller is actually quite nice when shredding.
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  Quote biz_NASTY Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Feb/15/2011 at 3:57pm
Originally posted by twinsin

I think I'm one of the few here that primarily listens to electronica.

House, trance, some dubstep, some trip-hop...so if anyone is interested in some recommendations on these genres, I can mildly help out.


I'd very much enjoy some recommendations.
The Kollection, a site that i often visit recently added a new electro site to their line up

http://electro.thekollection.com/

I haven't visited yet just due to the fact that I rarely listen to that genre of music. But it its anything like their site or any of their sister sites, I'm sure its amazing.
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  Quote biz_NASTY Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Feb/15/2011 at 4:01pm
I'd like to try to keep this thread a lot less about music people shred to, and more about just music in general; there are countless other threads already started about what you listen to when you ride. I envision this thread being more of a place to introduce new music to people, to express your feelings about different music, a place to share interests in new/old artists, etc...
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Originally posted by biz_NASTY

Originally posted by twinsin

I think I'm one of the few here that primarily listens to electronica.

House, trance, some dubstep, some trip-hop...so if anyone is interested in some recommendations on these genres, I can mildly help out.


I'd very much enjoy some recommendations.
The Kollection, a site that i often visit recently added a new electro site to their line up

http://electro.thekollection.com/

I haven't visited yet just due to the fact that I rarely listen to that genre of music. But it its anything like their site or any of their sister sites, I'm sure its amazing.
I've lately been on a mini trip-hop (don't use this term too much -- elitists hate this nomenclature Tongue) craze:

Some of the songs on my playlist:

DJ Krush - Kemuri (Untouchable Remix)  <--- oldie but probably one of the freshest sounding songs I've heard for a while
Portishead - Roads
Massive Attack - Teardrops (Deep Mariano Remix)  <--- impossible to find an mp3 anywhere as this was only pressed as a vinyl B-side release
The Bloody Beetroots - We Are From Venice & Dimmakmunication

Let me know if you're interested in more.  House is my main genre (electro, tribal, tech, minimal), but as I said before, I do dabble in the other subgenres of electronica.
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  Quote biz_NASTY Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Mar/03/2011 at 5:11am
Its been 2 weeks since this has been to the top. Let's gooooo.
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old british metal and rock forever.
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  Quote amart77777 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Mar/05/2011 at 5:42am
Rap and hip-hop
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I have a chill rap playlist and a hard core rock playlist
depends on my mood
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http://www.reverbnation.com/

I like this site, they have a bunch of unigned bands.. I really dig the local scene. I like supporting the local groups.. Here in San Diego the local scene is really getting good.
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  Quote biz_NASTY Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Mar/07/2011 at 4:22am
Originally posted by biz_NASTY

So how many of you out there know, or know of, someone from your town, your city, w/e that raps or sings, DJs, plays an incredible set on the drums etc... Thought it might be interesting to include some of these people here in this thread. I've got a feeling that there might be a lot of posts in response to this so lets see what everyone out there's got.

So the first artist I want to post is Kyle J, an artist from a small town near me. He's been going strong and really starting to emerge into a larger scene (in my opinion). He raps about real experiences, relationships, trying to make it and none of that nonsense bullsh*t that a lot of rappers tend to do now-a-days. Not saying everyone will enjoy his music, but definitely take a listen.

Below is his website, which has links to his two mixtapes and some videos.
http://www.kylejmusic.com/

And here is a direct link to some of my favorite tracks.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SQJdT7iVcy8&feature=related
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tQtgdvJCn-4&feature=related

And a link to one of videos,more of a day in the life of rather than a music video:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N1GDnR9-1_0



C'mon, no responses to this post? Stop being lazy people and stop posting just for the points. This thread has a lot of potential. Lets get this thing goooooing.
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  Quote zabisket Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Mar/07/2011 at 6:13am
Originally posted by biz_NASTY

Originally posted by biz_NASTY

So how many of you out there know, or know of, someone from your town, your city, w/e that raps or sings, DJs, plays an incredible set on the drums etc... Thought it might be interesting to include some of these people here in this thread. I've got a feeling that there might be a lot of posts in response to this so lets see what everyone out there's got.

So the first artist I want to post is Kyle J, an artist from a small town near me. He's been going strong and really starting to emerge into a larger scene (in my opinion). He raps about real experiences, relationships, trying to make it and none of that nonsense bullsh*t that a lot of rappers tend to do now-a-days. Not saying everyone will enjoy his music, but definitely take a listen.

Below is his website, which has links to his two mixtapes and some videos.
http://www.kylejmusic.com/

And here is a direct link to some of my favorite tracks.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SQJdT7iVcy8&feature=related
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tQtgdvJCn-4&feature=related

And a link to one of videos,more of a day in the life of rather than a music video:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N1GDnR9-1_0



C'mon, no responses to this post? Stop being lazy people and stop posting just for the points. This thread has a lot of potential. Lets get this thing goooooing.

agreed...ill try to get things going again

my friend Jeedy is starting to get some attention after making this remix for our school, Virginia Tech


he has some pretty good remixes that you can see on his youtube page and he will be releasing a mixtape in the next couple of weeks
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where do you guys get your music? (besides buying it on itunes)
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Filesharing haha or torrents
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Yea any bit torrent site, and use uTorrent to decode the files so that it is possible to bring them into iTunes.
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  Quote biz_NASTY Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Mar/08/2011 at 3:27am
Originally posted by C02

where do you guys get your music? (besides buying it on itunes)

If you read through the rest of the thread you'll find a lot of sites that people have posted. Some of them you can only listen to the music, but must are download based sites.
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  Quote biz_NASTY Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Mar/15/2011 at 3:50pm
So I've got a bunch on new stuff I've been listening to lately, a couple mixtapes and some other stuff.

Mac Miller's new mixtape 'Best Day Ever' is nice and is as good, if not better, than his previous tape 'KIDS'. The opening track ( http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iP_y06i0K4c&feature=fvst ) is dope; love the way the beat builds up and is a perfect intro to the tape.

Another mixtape I started listening to T Ryan's 'The Other Side'. T Ryan is just dope all around. He produces most if not all of his own tracks, makes his own beats, and his raps are up to par with other kids in his genre. One of my favorite tracks on the tape is 'Pilot Sky Life' here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yq09jIkfhwg

The Deans List is one of my newly found obsessions. Just really enjoy everything they do. They came out with a tape called 'The Drive-In' a couple weeks back that I've been banging for a little while now. There's a lot of dope tracks on there but 'La Vie' really stands out to me. If your not into the intro just stick it out a couple seconds, but personally I enjoy it (not sure if its a sample from something else) Give it a listen here : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SZxa2lv6i2M

And there's a bunch of other stuff out there that has been getting some plays in my itunes
Lupe - Lasers (Album)
The White Panda - Pandamonium (Mixtape)
Pac Div - Mania! (Mixtape)
Kanye Feat Lil Wayne, Big Sean & Drake - All of the Lights Remix
J. Cole - Killers ***One of my favorite Cole songs ever

And I haven't given a full listen yet but Travis Barker's 'Can a Drummer Get Some' album dropped today and from what I've heard from leaks and what not it should be a real dope album. Loving the drums/rap collaborations.
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Anyone got a mobile player app besides pandora that is worthy of me downloading?  Pandora is cool, but I find myself skipping so many songs, not to mention the same damn commercial comes on every other song.  
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i would say that if you're into hip hop but want to try something a little more grooving and mellow try the old soul stuff like otis redding, wilson pickett, the delfonics, al green, etc.
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  Quote zabisket Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Mar/16/2011 at 10:14am
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The Deans List is one of my newly found obsessions. Just really enjoy everything they do. They came out with a tape called 'The Drive-In' a couple weeks back that I've been banging for a little while now. There's a lot of dope tracks on there but 'La Vie' really stands out to me. If your not into the intro just stick it out a couple seconds, but personally I enjoy it (not sure if its a sample from something else) Give it a listen here : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SZxa2lv6i2M

i grabbed that mixtape too a couple ago and it is soo sick, la vie is so dope, im also a big fan of dear professor: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7--elzfXNuU just because i also like country and its probably the first time ive heard a sample of a country song actually mixed very well with hip-hop...i hope to see more of them soon
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Originally posted by biz_NASTY

 
The Deans List is one of my newly found obsessions. Just really enjoy everything they do. They came out with a tape called 'The Drive-In' a couple weeks back that I've been banging for a little while now. There's a lot of dope tracks on there but 'La Vie' really stands out to me. If your not into the intro just stick it out a couple seconds, but personally I enjoy it (not sure if its a sample from something else) Give it a listen here : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SZxa2lv6i2M

i grabbed that mixtape too a couple ago and it is soo sick, la vie is so dope, im also a big fan of dear professor: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7--elzfXNuU just because i also like country and its probably the first time ive heard a sample of a country song actually mixed very well with hip-hop...i hope to see more of them soon


Yeah dude i completely agree. Loving that country sample soo much. There is a remix with Kid Ink but I like the original a lot more. I'm actually glad to see if no one else, I can count on you to enjoy this thread.
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I've been listening to some old stuff recently N.W.A 
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Yeah I like Muse too. Just heard a new band the other day. I've also been listening to Young the Giant.
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muse. all day everyday.
 
I saw Muse back in 2002 in Italy at the Heinekin Jammin Festival.  They put on a hell of a show and the europeans absolutely loved them.
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I've been listening to some old stuff recently N.W.A 
 
For a new spin, try NMA...North Mississippi Allstars....fantastic blues/slide work of the Dickinson bros.
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I found out that playlist plays on my phone.  I have to keep the web browser open and cant turn off the display, but I can listen to my playlist in my car now.

I have a feeling, wireless phone will eliminate radio in the near future.  Maybe not totally.
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I found out that playlist plays on my phone.  I have to keep the web browser open and cant turn off the display, but I can listen to my playlist in my car now.

I have a feeling, wireless phone will eliminate radio in the near future.  Maybe not totally.


for which phone? for my phone, we can "check" songs we want to play and auto select a list of checks(play list l guess) its like a motorola.... something
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Evo Shift.   I would think any phone capable of rendering flash would be able to play it.
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I am still partial to old school stuff like Donna and the Buffalo, Dr Hook and the Fugs
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this is the perfect blend of techno and hip hopClap
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If you wanna listen to music that doesn't suck you can check out http://www.progarchives.com/
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Bump. Let's get some good NEW suggestions, discussions, opinions today.

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That mash up is ok.. Ive heard alot better tho
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Ceephus and Reecie the best ever.
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  Quote biz_NASTY Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/14/2011 at 5:17am
Originally posted by krisshono

That mash up is ok.. Ive heard alot better tho


Wasn't implying that it was the best, just something newer. Why don't you add to the thread by suggesting something 'better'.
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Want some cool acousticy rock/soul music check out
 
Zakk Wylde - Book of Shadows.
 
Definitely not what you would expect from Zakk but it's an AMAZING cd.
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  Quote yuhui Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/17/2011 at 6:12am
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my friend Jeedy is starting to get some attention after making this remix for our school, Virginia Tech



haha your friend's got nothing on the bucky
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