Recommend new(ish) guitar/rock music for someone who needs a break from pop. [more inside]
I recently remembered how much I liked At the Drive-in, especially the album Relationship of Command. Specifically I like the soft / loud dynamic in the songs, the vocal style (some screamed lyrics, but only occasionally used), the driving guitar melodies, and the choruses that lend to singing along. What would you recommend that is similar? I'm fine with recommendations from any time period.
I am recently obsessed with Vienna Teng's Hymn of Axicom, which I love in the same way I love Hide and Seek. I want more hair-raising suspension-y music that puts you on tenterhoooks waiting for a resolution. [more inside]
Based on my limited cues, can you recommend more music to help my poor ADHD brain focus? [more inside]
Jazz songs like "Goodbye Pork Pie Hat/Theme for Lester Young" by Charles Mingus? [more inside]
Hey! Do you like quasi folk music? Me too! Recommend me some great bands! [more inside]
I normally listen to bluegrass/folk/classical, but I recently found out I really love Bad Religion's "Sorrow". What other punk tracks might I enjoy? [more inside]
Tracks/artists that help showcase the full range of violin music? [more inside]
Please suggest more music like the track "Já Sei Namorar" by the now-defunct Brazilian group Tribalistas. It's catchy and fun, and it's got a beat to it. Gnoosic recommended Macaco, which I like. Pandora's suggestions consisted mostly of meek guitar strummers.
I need some recommendations for a complex and variable piece of music for some intentional hearing exercises. [more inside]