Music! What are you listening to now?

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The early 90s era (1989-1992) was basically the highest evolution of 80s electronic pop music. It was bizarre how the sound of Cathy Dennis/Black Box/CeCe Peniston/Crystal Waters suddenly disappeared, and was replaced in 1993 by the much more acoustic & introspective sound that people today generally associate with 90s music. The early 90s are a unique era separate from the rest of that decade. I wish that sound had lasted longer.
 
For what I pay I feel like I can get most of what I want..lately I just type in Greatest Hits.
.listened to Bonnie Raitt,Jackson Browne,Isley Brothers..not disappointed. I took some time to listen to Oingo Boingo..and I also went all the way with The Specials,Sqeeze ..didn't really feel like their music holds up that well.
If you are driving or drinking, may I suggest Peter Gabriel's best..lots of music that has a cool evolution and great lyrics in my opinion.
not sure if going into the new year I will keep both Amazon music and Spotify but for now I have always been finding something fast..and I like lots of there channels \ playlists..Picked Love and Rockets..the rest of the software predictions were good..And I did 2 hours without skipping anything when Dinosaur Jr was my original pick..
I do worry that I am at ground zero for artificial intelligence, were all my intelligence is artificial..can't remember making a mix tape or long play travel CD of all my favs..I do remember thinking that a CD burner would change my life..now I feel that way about Bluetooth headphones in my motorcycle helmet..I also recently bought a $10 dollar wireless speaker from Wal-Mart that has performed way way outside it's price point..
I don't know who,or why people predicted that I would groove to artists on Noise records..especially these German metal bands..but I am listened to it until I am asked not to..
 
Coleagues half my age, nephews, and nieces always try to get me into some new musics, most of the times I was too lazy to observe or to maintain attention when I like some. One of the boys score easily this time though, can't stop listening for two days now (maybe they're well-known enough, I don't know, maybe I've just been living in a cave for a decade now)

View: https://youtu.be/uXium0u9xPI
They're pretty new and there's a few other exciting London bands too. Here's the maddest of the bunch

View: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GT0nSp8lUws
 
They're pretty new and there's a few other exciting London bands too. Here's the maddest of the bunch

View: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GT0nSp8lUws
Yeah, by now, several months later, I've been more familiar with the whole scene, it's very refreshing, turn out that not everyone is an alien to me (Rough Trade, Dan Carey, these people), and yes Black Midi so far look to be the maddest and so far I like them a lot.
 
Yeah, by now, several months later, I've been more familiar with the whole scene, it's very refreshing, turn out that not everyone is an alien to me (Rough Trade, Dan Carey, these people), and yes Black Midi so far look to be the maddest and so far I like them a lot.
Cool. I think black midi are just something else. Talking of mad, this guy has collaborated with them on a couple of things and this tune really builds. It's a Saturday morning favourite for me.

View: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lfwA3GpGJ3w
 

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