What non-AFI have you been listening to lately?


#41

Stuck on this song on a Sunday night (Swedish female duo playing minimalist pop):


#42

I like her voice.

I work in retail too btw. :slight_smile:


#43

I’ve been listening to a lot of Diamanda Galas, Myrkur, Chelsa Wolfe, and Marilyn Manson lately. It’s the season for it.


#44

More Swedish pop because they are doing pop right:


(the chorus creeped me out so much the first time I heard it. I love it)



#45

More latin inspired pop for me. I can’t stop listening to this. I was humming it in public earlier. It also really makes me want to dance. Thankfully I haven’t done that in public :stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye:


#46

Colony 5, Iris, Hanzel Und Gretyl, Rotersand, Adoration Destroyed, Imperative Reaction, SystemSyn, Warclown, Ego Likeness, Gale Garette, Shirley Bassey, Don McLain, Marty Robbins, Nekromantix, Basura Del Diablo, Covenant, VNV Nation, Rise Against, Testament, Slayer, and I’ve been streaming Out over the Coffin by Ichabod and Communion after Dark on you tube.


#47

I had the idea to listen to the entire discography of Jawbreaker, since they’re such an important influence on 90s rock, AFI included. Started on the early singles and heard Unfun, now I’m working on the singles leading up to Bivouac. I’ll put Unfun up here for you to listen to. It’s quite good.


#48

24 Hour Revenge Therapy is such a good album. Bummed that I missed the Riot Fest reunion.


#49

Getting a lot of play this week:

St. Vincent - Los Ageless Couple months late with this one since it was a single ahead of the album, but I didn’t get around to listening to it until recently. Really catchy, kinda poppy, kinda weird, kinda funky, kinda noisy. Cool lyrics. “Sugarboy” off this album is really good too.

Nine Inch Nails - The Background World Got the Add Violence EP on vinyl this week and this one has been getting a ton of play. Chill out for four minutes, then go insane while your brain melts for the other seven. One of my favorite NIN songs in a long time.


#50

ONE OF THE GREATEST SHOEGAZE ALBUMS I’VE EVER HEARD!


#51

Took a 7 hour car drive to my grandparents’ house. While on the drive I listened to:

The Honored Guests: Iawokeinacityasleep

In Fervor: Onward Downward

Quiet Giant: Loom

Quiet Giant: You’re in Heaven

The Cure: Disintegration

At the Drive In: Vaya

At the Drive In: Relationship of Command [up to Quarantined, but you should hear it all.]

Also, I allowed myself a rare listen to Sing the Sorrow. But that’s beyond the scope of this post.


#52

I am in serious mourning over HIM right now, so I’ve been listening to their discography and a lot of Joy Division. I’m also blasting a lot of Tsaichovsky, at the moment.


#53

Disintegration is fantastic.


#54

Let’s see, on my current rotation (other than AFI and side projects):

Charly Bliss-Guppy
Green Day- American Idiot
Queens of the Stone Age: …Like Clockwork, and also Villains

I think that’s it. Other things on occasion (some really old Paul Simon the other day, and a bit of Amanda Palmer here and there)


#55

Charly Bliss is fun! I fell in love with them when they were opening for another band a year ago. Now all my friends are obsessed.


#56

I’m all over Ashbury Heights right now.

I’m showing art at a Knoxville concert coming up so

Deconbrio
Lorelei Dreaming
And
Fable Cry. Are all also on my list.


#57

I’ve been listening to the latest Bring Me The Horizon album and it’s real good.

I’ve also been listening to a British metal prog band called Tesseract. Anybody know about them?


#58

Yeah my husband is huge into metal. He has mentioned them before.


#59

They are great! You should try and give them a listen. Especially to their albums Altered State and Polaris. The singers have great voices (they had a different signer for Altered State, and the former returned for Polaris)


#60

Explosions in the Sky. Really good for chill out and when trying to shut out noise at work.