Bands you keep trying to like but can't get into

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I guess I'm a glutton for punishment, that or I recognize that my tastes change over time. But some bands I revisit every 3-5 years and just can't get into. The biggest example is The Clash, the only top tier UK punk band that just doesn't do it for me. Oh, some of the early singles are good but I keep trying to no avail. This year I listened to the live album and it just doesn't move me.

Anyone else relate?

Mr. Odd, Monday, 9 July 2007 19:14 (thirteen years ago) link

A.C. Temple, but I don't expect that to spark much discussion.

dlp9001, Monday, 9 July 2007 19:15 (thirteen years ago) link

...and I'm pretty sure there has to be another thread or so on this, since I usually bring up Live Skull, who I'm still not into.

dlp9001, Monday, 9 July 2007 19:17 (thirteen years ago) link

Tom Waits. I've given up.

Ms Misery, Monday, 9 July 2007 19:17 (thirteen years ago) link

mmm...arcade fire....

Zeno, Monday, 9 July 2007 19:18 (thirteen years ago) link

Have you heard Positraction, dlp9001? (Maybe I've asked you that before...)

2x-post

Tim Ellison, Monday, 9 July 2007 19:18 (thirteen years ago) link

Tom Waits. I've given up.

Oh my god, I thought I was the only one...

Davey D, Monday, 9 July 2007 19:19 (thirteen years ago) link

Positraction is great indeed.
i love live skull,but i have a friend who desnt get them either,he says the sound is too "goth" for him.
what an idiot.

Zeno, Monday, 9 July 2007 19:20 (thirteen years ago) link

"Tom Waits. I've given up.

Oh my god, I thought I was the only one..."

thirded, though i didn't try too much

Zeno, Monday, 9 July 2007 19:20 (thirteen years ago) link

Waits 4th'd

I tried a little, but goddam, if you have to try that hard...

(I don't mind him on film)

will, Monday, 9 July 2007 19:30 (thirteen years ago) link

The White Stripes. I try and try, and even enjoy it here and there, but part of me really dislikes their sound. Also the Pet Shop Boys. Not big on Waits either. Although he mixes in nicely on Dr.Yo.

django, Monday, 9 July 2007 19:32 (thirteen years ago) link

I have Positraction on my iPod, and definitely keep plugging away at it. I think it may be production that's keeping me from liking Live Skull...it's very frustrating as I keep expecting them to click some day and they never seem to. Oh well, I rarely give up on bands that seem intriguing. Right now my NY post-No-Wave guitar bands ranking is something like Dustdevils>Band of Susans>Rat at Rat R>Swans>Sonic Youth and I'm probably forgetting someone. Magic Dirt figure in somewhere, but they're not from NY.

xpost.

dlp9001, Monday, 9 July 2007 19:37 (thirteen years ago) link

the two that I regret not liking are Husker Du and Public Enemy. they sound so awesome, but i just can't..

poortheatre, Monday, 9 July 2007 19:37 (thirteen years ago) link

oh and Everything But The Girl. or as I call them, Slow And Horrible Death By Brunch.

django, Monday, 9 July 2007 19:38 (thirteen years ago) link

I tried Tortoise four times, but nothing, well except maybe for Dj'ed.

mehlt, Monday, 9 July 2007 19:41 (thirteen years ago) link

Boredoms. They're okay, but I always feel like that time could be better spent listening to something else similar yet better.

dean ge, Monday, 9 July 2007 19:42 (thirteen years ago) link

The Fall. A lot of Bowie. All of New Order. Teh Beatles.

bnw, Monday, 9 July 2007 19:43 (thirteen years ago) link

XTC and Dinosaur Jr, chiefly.

Z S, Monday, 9 July 2007 19:44 (thirteen years ago) link

also modest mouse,and yeah huskar du..

Zeno, Monday, 9 July 2007 19:52 (thirteen years ago) link

xpost - Dinosaur seconded. I like a few things here and there that they've done, and I've had You're living all over me since high school. I tried listening to it the other day, and besides the first track (which I really like) and Lou's song (I like the mopey early Sebadoh/Sentridoh Freed Weed, etc. stuff), I've never really been able to get into it. I don't think they're overrated, though, it's just one of those things that I can't really get into.

Mark Clemente, Monday, 9 July 2007 19:53 (thirteen years ago) link

xxxpost the Fall definitely. Though I've admittedly only tried with one album, This Nation's Saving Grace, but it has never worked for me. But perhaps I should give the other stuff a listen.

Mark Clemente, Monday, 9 July 2007 19:55 (thirteen years ago) link

"But perhaps I should give the other stuff a listen"

no perhaps - have to!

Zeno, Monday, 9 July 2007 19:57 (thirteen years ago) link

For a while it was the Boredoms, but now I just like them! Sonic Youth have taken their place.

I wonder why we pick specific bands to try to like. I know the bands I try to like are usually canonical ones, but there are certain canonical bands that I dislike and have not bothered giving a second chance to.

Vinnie, Monday, 9 July 2007 19:59 (thirteen years ago) link

btw,if the search function worked ok - there are several threads on the subject

Zeno, Monday, 9 July 2007 19:59 (thirteen years ago) link

"I wonder why we pick specific bands to try to like"

there are some people with similiar music taste like mine, but they also like this one band that i don't get.
usually i try to like this band, cause it doesnt seem logic that i don't like them.
but who says life and taste in music make sense anyway..

Zeno, Monday, 9 July 2007 20:02 (thirteen years ago) link

zeno -- I know I could just look at a Fall thread, but what's an album I should check out if I didn't totally like TNSG? They have an awful lot of stuff...

Mark Clemente, Monday, 9 July 2007 20:08 (thirteen years ago) link

you can't go wrong with slates, man

pretzel walrus, Monday, 9 July 2007 20:11 (thirteen years ago) link

try a compilation of "the early years" and "the woonderfull and frightning world" which is like TNSG but with a better,cleaner,more accesible production.
if you don't like those 2, give up.
(and if you do - the next step is hex enduction hour, which is a more "difficult" classic)

Zeno, Monday, 9 July 2007 20:11 (thirteen years ago) link

that's pretty good advice!

Tim Ellison, Monday, 9 July 2007 20:12 (thirteen years ago) link

my stock answer to this question is, and probably always will be:

Manic Street Preachers

henry s, Monday, 9 July 2007 20:21 (thirteen years ago) link

I did try to search for a similar thread but without a unique keyword, nothing...

Tom Waits - I'm in that boat, too. This year, though, I made some progress with the 3 disc box he recently put out. The Orphans tracks, in particular, are really good. But not enough to make me own him.

The Fall took me years to go from hate to total and complete love, and I also started by getting into the poppier Beggars Banquet years, working backwards and then forwards again.

Sonic Youth also fall into this category for me, though I like alot of their work but I just don't love them and find their records inconsistent.

Mr. Odd, Monday, 9 July 2007 21:09 (thirteen years ago) link

I don't like It Takes a Nation of Millions to Hold Us Back at all, but the other Public Enemy stuff I've heard leads me to believe that I might still be able to get into one of their other albums.

"Sister Ray" and The Velvet Underground & Nico are so boring that I have no desire to listen to VU ever again. I remember one time when the stretch from "I'm Waiting For My Man" to "Heroin" sorta clicked with me and I 'got it', but the next time I listened to it it was gone again.

bernard snowy, Monday, 9 July 2007 21:21 (thirteen years ago) link

Three letters: G.B.V.

Pleasant Plains, Tuesday, 10 July 2007 00:08 (thirteen years ago) link

Joy Division & Pere Ubu. I understand their importance, but neither are any fun.

kornrulez6969, Tuesday, 10 July 2007 00:11 (thirteen years ago) link

hey wait a damn minute. pere ubu are, at their best, a surreal experience.
secondly, the sounds that Allen Ravenstine produces are flat out kooky.
i wouldn't expect Dadaesque art to be "fun", but it can be entertaining as hell if you're in the right mood.

one of the most spine tingling solos i've ever heard is on the song "final solution" - not "feel good" stuff, but, like it or lump it, as powerful as anything ever recorded, imo

outdoor_miner, Tuesday, 10 July 2007 00:54 (thirteen years ago) link

try a compilation of "the early years" and "the woonderfull and frightning world" which is like TNSG but with a better,cleaner,more accesible production.

On CD, Wonderful & Frightening World has always sounded really murky to my ears (though it is perhaps my favorite Fall album). If you're not averse to a career-spanning comp, I think 50,000 Fall Fans actually does pretty well.

I can't quite get into Van der Graaf Generator and am not sure why. It might be something about Peter Hammill's voice, sort of over the top or harsh. I like early Yes, Genesis, King Crimson, some Gentle Giant; being into the proggy stuff as well as later punk/post-punk, by which standards it seems like VDGG was more admirable than other prog, it seems like I should like them, but not much luck so far. He to the He I somewhat enjoy.

eatandoph, Tuesday, 10 July 2007 01:02 (thirteen years ago) link

Three letters: G.B.V.

At their best, GBV create fantastic 3 minute pop songs that stick in your head. Unfortunately, most of their albums are chock-a-block full of song snippets and other failed experiments, making it hard to get to the nuggets. A friend of mine, a huge GBV fan, skimmed the top for me and culled out all their best stuff, and it's a joy to listen to. He recently lent me _Bee Thousand_ and I found listening to it a chore just to get to the good bits. So I can understand your feeling - find a friend who's a GBV fanatic and have 'em make you some compilations!

Mr. Odd, Tuesday, 10 July 2007 01:37 (thirteen years ago) link

Spoon... such a goddamn impenetrable band.

Jordan Sargent, Tuesday, 10 July 2007 01:39 (thirteen years ago) link

Wilco - 'Summerteeth' to be specific.

On paper it should be so easy. But stick it on my stereo and my hand immediately reaches for the skip button.

sam500, Tuesday, 10 July 2007 02:31 (thirteen years ago) link

Three letters: G.B.V.

Seconded. Bought three of their records before I finally admitted to myself that I just don't want to listen to half-completed demos of half-written songs.

Formerly Painful Dentistry, Tuesday, 10 July 2007 02:51 (thirteen years ago) link

I'm amazed that everything I was gonna submit has already been mentioned.. either we've all been lulled into quietly putting them into "the canon" without thinking, or we understand why they're vital yet it just misses the mark on a personal level.

My vote goes to the latter.. they're all pretty inventive.

So for me, again..
Public Enemy
Pere Ubu
G.B.V.
Husker Du
Bowie
XTC
Tom Waits

And I try three or four consecutive Animal Collective tracks at least once every two months. Never sparks anything.

The Fall took me years to go from hate to total and complete love..

Yepp.

bassace, Tuesday, 10 July 2007 03:04 (thirteen years ago) link

Spoon, totally. Sometimes nice to hear on a jukebox, maybe on a soundtrack. Perfect incidental indie.

wanko ergo sum, Tuesday, 10 July 2007 03:06 (thirteen years ago) link

The Replacements

iago g., Tuesday, 10 July 2007 03:17 (thirteen years ago) link

Yeah I finally clicked with The Fall about a year ago. No idea what happened there, it just made a great deal of sense one day. And this was after a couple years of trying to like them.

Pere Ubu and Tom Waits both way OTM, for me.

Clay, Tuesday, 10 July 2007 03:23 (thirteen years ago) link

Broken Social Scene. Another Arcade Fire I'm afraid.

whatever, Tuesday, 10 July 2007 03:30 (thirteen years ago) link

You know, I see a lot of bands being named here that I completely love (Hüsker Dü, The Replacements), but I totally understand how someone can be "eh" about 'em.

Pleasant Plains, Tuesday, 10 July 2007 03:36 (thirteen years ago) link

Spoon, the Arcade Fire, and the Fall. yeah, not an original bunch to pick, but those really ARE the ones that first pop into my head.

the table is the table, Tuesday, 10 July 2007 04:12 (thirteen years ago) link

"Wilco - 'Summerteeth' to be specific.

On paper it should be so easy. But stick it on my stereo and my hand immediately reaches for the skip button.

"

yeah,otm.but only about that particular record.

pere ubu is hard to get into,and i can't say i'm always in the mood,but if i am - they are great experience.

plus, i can't get a alot of the progressive 70's stuff that is now quite trendy,maybe cause i grew up on 3 minutes songs,it's too pretentious and ridicules to me sometimes.

oh,and though i love "Can",some of their suppose to be "classic" stuff is boring.

Zeno, Tuesday, 10 July 2007 04:20 (thirteen years ago) link

90% of all popular music released in the past five years

Mr. Snrub, Tuesday, 10 July 2007 04:37 (thirteen years ago) link

"90% of all popular music released in the past five years"

how old are you?

Zeno, Tuesday, 10 July 2007 04:39 (thirteen years ago) link

Cardiacs were never prog-proper tbf (with a few exceptions), they're much more of a psychedelic art-punk-pop group, and I'm not convinced the bands MN suggests are as proggy as you're after either

Cardiacs-influenced prog-pop that doesn't shirk the pop or the prog, and is awesome:

Major Parkinson - Blackbox https://majorparkinson.bandcamp.com/album/blackbox
Lost Crowns - Every Night Something Happens https://lostcrowns.bandcamp.com/album/every-night-something-happens

imago, Sunday, 26 July 2020 13:42 (two weeks ago) link

I mean, <3 Army Of Moths but they're basically a Britpop band with especially grandiose ideas

But you should check it all out obviously!

imago, Sunday, 26 July 2020 13:47 (two weeks ago) link

That Major Parkinson album especially is such a cool synthesis of campy, synthy Full Pop with winding, segueing, modular, callback-strewn Full Prog, will def call out to the Steven Wilson fan in you

imago, Sunday, 26 July 2020 14:10 (two weeks ago) link

The record I was going on about on the Thinking Plague thread also recommended FFO Steven Wilson and maybe Bent Knee I would say, but it's not out until 30th August now apparently.

Stanley Halfbrick (Noel Emits), Sunday, 26 July 2020 14:15 (two weeks ago) link

The Cardiacs don't seem poppy to me, though, except in the broad sense in which Mr. Bungle is also pop music. Do people really hear them that way? From descriptions, I was expecting something hookier but I am getting into them when I listen for everything that's going on compositionally. It seems something like an aggressive postpunk take on RIO?

Feel a million filaments (Sund4r), Sunday, 26 July 2020 14:49 (two weeks ago) link

yeah i think when people use "poppy" talking about the Cardiacs all they really mean is "short songs"

À la recherche du scamps perdu (Noodle Vague), Sunday, 26 July 2020 14:51 (two weeks ago) link

It could certainly seem a little perverse as a description but it depends how you think about pop. Then again stuff like Gina Lollabrigida and A Wooden Fish On Wheels seems like pop songs to me. Even more so a things like Odd Even, Bellyeye, Flap Off You Beak, Manhoo. like half of Sing To God. If that's RIO it's even more obliquely so.

Stanley Halfbrick (Noel Emits), Sunday, 26 July 2020 15:17 (two weeks ago) link

I mean, "Long Distance Runaround" seems closer to pop music in the first place? I don't require poppiness by any stretch and am liking them, tbc, just not sure that approaching it as poppy prog sets up the most helpful expectations.

Feel a million filaments (Sund4r), Sunday, 26 July 2020 16:19 (two weeks ago) link

After the death of Tim Smith (RIP), my brother - who is a full on progger these days - posted a live track on Facebook which was a kind of anthemic three chord number and is literally the only time I've managed to listen to a Cardiacs track all the way through. Then I made the mistake of listening to some other stuff from the same concert... egads, no no no.

Sonny Shamrock (Tom D.), Sunday, 26 July 2020 17:09 (two weeks ago) link

So okay, not a band, and not a controversial one at that, but I legit cannot get the Taylor Swift love that seems to have infected critics' minds, as well as the minds of many here on ilx. I've listened to the records— they're just *not that good.* Her voice is *thin*. The lyrics are *bad*. The production is okay, sometimes, but nothing to write home about. I just don't get it.

blue light or electric light (the table is the table), Monday, 27 July 2020 18:29 (one week ago) link

xp - i gave up on trying to like them a while ago -- i hadn't even thought about this "obligatory liking" for years until the dude died, and then I recently recalled my attempts at trying to like that band and the acceptance that I did not like them. ... Any fraction of guilt I might have had for being incapable of like cardiacs totally evaporated -- as a white woman, I have enough to feel guilty about as it is, liking or not liking some cult band a lot of my friends like? nahhh

sarahell, Monday, 27 July 2020 18:35 (one week ago) link

xp Have you listened to Red? What comparable pop/rock(/country) artists are you a fan of?

I agree her voice is thin, and her lyrics aren't consistently great (though they're by no means "bad") - but her songwriting is very strong and the records are among the best in her particular category, that's why people like them so much?

Your dream has symbolic content (morrisp), Monday, 27 July 2020 18:39 (one week ago) link

I think I've only heard one Cardiacs song and it didn't do much for me. I guess this is as good a time as any to listen to On Land and in the Sea, if only because it's shorter than Sing to God.

pomenitul, Monday, 27 July 2020 18:40 (one week ago) link

"You were Romeo, I was a scarlet letter/And my Daddy said 'stay away from Juliet'" is p solidly "bad" imo.

Feel a million filaments (Sund4r), Monday, 27 July 2020 18:54 (one week ago) link

I think Cardiacs are one of those bands where you should know right away if you're gonna like them or not. I mean I'd encourage anyone to listen to a few songs before making that determination but I don't think I've ever heard of anyone who thinks the band is "just okay" or prefer to pick and choose...you either get em or you don't, and the elements that turn people off are the same ones that make folks like me so rapturous about them. I'd say the same about Magma. If you hear MDK and just don't like it, then there's not much point in proceeding.

and yes, they do sound like pop to me...but like, several pop songs mashed together into one. I think their songs are legitimately catchy! nearly all of them!

frogbs, Monday, 27 July 2020 18:54 (one week ago) link

I don't think I've ever heard of anyone who thinks the band is "just okay"

Three tracks in, this is my current feeling. Neutral-positive more than anything.

pomenitul, Monday, 27 July 2020 18:56 (one week ago) link

Fwiw, I was unsure about Sing to God and imago recommended Guns when I asked if they had something that was a little less hyperactive, which I did get into more easily - but that took a few listen too. xp

Feel a million filaments (Sund4r), Monday, 27 July 2020 18:57 (one week ago) link

"You were Romeo, I was a scarlet letter/And my Daddy said 'stay away from Juliet'" is p solidly "bad" imo.

I can't personally rep for much pre-Red (though I like a few songs). If that is all someone has listened to, I would say – jump forward to Red.

Your dream has symbolic content (morrisp), Monday, 27 July 2020 18:59 (one week ago) link

(Also, you can probably pick out a "bad" lyric or two for any prolific artist!)

Your dream has symbolic content (morrisp), Monday, 27 July 2020 19:01 (one week ago) link

I don't think I've ever heard of anyone who thinks the band is "just okay"

"just okay" is pretty much my opinion tbh

sarahell, Monday, 27 July 2020 19:17 (one week ago) link

t. swift litmus test is if you think the first line of "tim mcgraw" is bad, it's probably not gonna get any better for you

of course i am infected with taylor swift brainworms

mellon collie and the infinite bradness (BradNelson), Monday, 27 July 2020 19:18 (one week ago) link

but i def acknowledge "her voice is thin," hard to go back to her earlier records for this reason. her vocals have improved a lot over the past decade

mellon collie and the infinite bradness (BradNelson), Monday, 27 July 2020 19:19 (one week ago) link

oh but i see table has heard the records, so i'm probably not going to convince them!

mellon collie and the infinite bradness (BradNelson), Monday, 27 July 2020 19:21 (one week ago) link

well I'll be damned

maybe with Cardiacs its less 'are they good' and more 'do you like what they do'; I would guess that people who don't like the band or think they're "just okay" aren't into a lot of similar bands, to the extent there are even similar bands to them

frogbs, Monday, 27 July 2020 19:44 (one week ago) link

Well I don't like prog much, that's true, partial to a bit of Magma though.

Sonny Shamrock (Tom D.), Monday, 27 July 2020 19:49 (one week ago) link

"You either love them or hate them" is rarely true about anyone tbh.

Feel a million filaments (Sund4r), Monday, 27 July 2020 20:11 (one week ago) link

True.

Sonny Shamrock (Tom D.), Monday, 27 July 2020 20:25 (one week ago) link

I can't personally rep for much pre-Red (though I like a few songs). If that is all someone has listened to, I would say – jump forward to Red.

(Also, you can probably pick out a "bad" lyric or two for any prolific artist!)

I don't care for the musical style after that point, though. And, although the line I quoted - which is not from an obscurity or minor song - is especially glaring, I think some of the problems I see with it (an inability to stick with and develop a metaphor coherently, a reliance on clichéd images and turns of phrase) can be found in her other lyrics, which I'd overlook if there were more going on musically. I don't doubt that she is probably at the top of her genre, if defined narrowly. If we expand it to something like "popular folk/country-influenced singer-songwriters of the past 50 years", I might quibble.

Feel a million filaments (Sund4r), Monday, 27 July 2020 21:14 (one week ago) link

The International anthem label, and everyone on it, except Junius Paul but really don't get the appeal of Jamie Branch.

Boring, Maryland, Monday, 27 July 2020 21:17 (one week ago) link

*some of her other lyrics
xp

Feel a million filaments (Sund4r), Monday, 27 July 2020 21:17 (one week ago) link

Yeah, I've definitely critiqued her lyrics myself in the past.

For me, though, it is exactly what is "going on musically" (melodies, production) that makes the lyrics not bug me to much, even when they're clunky. They certainly don't ruin it for me, anyway.

Your dream has symbolic content (morrisp), Monday, 27 July 2020 21:20 (one week ago) link

If we expand it to something like "popular folk/country-influenced singer-songwriters of the past 50 years", I might quibble.

And, yes, I did mean she is on the top tier of artists in that vein who are active/working today (particularly on the poppier side of the spectrum).

Your dream has symbolic content (morrisp), Monday, 27 July 2020 21:24 (one week ago) link

I was pretty ambivalent about Sing to God. The songs are impressive, but most are so hard to get my head around. A couple of them clicked. I don't think that translates to "just okay", but I don't love nor hate the band either. At some point I'll give them another go, I feel like they are a band I could love

Vinnie, Monday, 27 July 2020 23:50 (one week ago) link

The Frogs

Evan, Tuesday, 28 July 2020 04:11 (one week ago) link

Yeah, I mean there is a Swift song or two that I enjoy, but then the lyrics give me the heebie-jeebies. I also just don't understand how she can be construed as 'pop country' at this juncture. She's pop.

blue light or electric light (the table is the table), Wednesday, 29 July 2020 11:38 (one week ago) link

iirc she's 'alternative' now

the quar on drugs (Simon H.), Wednesday, 29 July 2020 11:45 (one week ago) link

gotta say her lyrics have never struck me as anything other than an offputting combination of basic, cynical and arch, no matter how (sometimes) decent the music is

imago, Wednesday, 29 July 2020 11:46 (one week ago) link

Although I picked on one of her earlier country lyrics, I think I actually like the pop lyrics less, from what I know of them. They started to get this weird narcissistic quality.

Feel a million filaments (Sund4r), Wednesday, 29 July 2020 13:07 (one week ago) link

much as i love a bit of Cardiacs, I get the sensation that they skirt dangerously close to that festival-ska vibe that proliferates around the UK

doorstep jetski (dog latin), Wednesday, 29 July 2020 13:13 (one week ago) link

...i mean, that's not their fault because their music was established way before that vibe, but there's a correlation

doorstep jetski (dog latin), Wednesday, 29 July 2020 13:14 (one week ago) link

Some of their early stuff pretty much is straight-up ska, but later they moved away from that sound. They were never embarrassing ska lol

imago, Wednesday, 29 July 2020 13:18 (one week ago) link

I don't know what festival ska is but it doesn't sound like it fits the Cardiacs!

Sonny Shamrock (Tom D.), Wednesday, 29 July 2020 13:24 (one week ago) link

I'm going by 'In A City Lining' (which i do love) most of all

doorstep jetski (dog latin), Wednesday, 29 July 2020 13:26 (one week ago) link

Cardiacs were around the free festival circuit in the early 80s. They have a song with a ska section in 11/8 LOL, which sounds like a gag but it's great.

I think I heard some festival ska once when I blogged a ride to a festival from some (extremely nice) young people on Facebook.

Stanley Halfbrick (Noel Emits), Wednesday, 29 July 2020 13:51 (one week ago) link

* blagged

Stanley Halfbrick (Noel Emits), Wednesday, 29 July 2020 13:52 (one week ago) link

They have a song with a ska section in 11/8

*gulp*

Sonny Shamrock (Tom D.), Wednesday, 29 July 2020 13:57 (one week ago) link

A Wooden Fish On Wheels is another great pure-ska one (with unusual timings, yes)

imago, Wednesday, 29 July 2020 13:59 (one week ago) link

Vocally very reminisicent of the Homosexuals.

Sonny Shamrock (Tom D.), Wednesday, 29 July 2020 14:04 (one week ago) link

L Voag had that great (if thoroughly wacky) stint as a Resonance FM showrunner didn't he

imago, Wednesday, 29 July 2020 14:05 (one week ago) link

i live in Bristol so my sensitivity and aversion towards festival ska is acute

doorstep jetski (dog latin), Wednesday, 29 July 2020 14:32 (one week ago) link


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