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Thread: Alt./Emo Rock

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    Re: Alt./Emo Rock

    Nice thread, Pretty into the Indie Rock/Alternative music scene.

    Some of my favorite bands:

    Naked and Famous
    The National
    Youngblood Hawke
    twenty one pilots
    Rogue Wave
    Tegan and Sara
    The Neighbourhood
    Haim
    Frightened Rabbit
    Hooray for Earth
    Joy Formidable
    The Antlers
    Grouplove
    Of Monsters and Men
    Cassette's Won't Listen
    Capital Cities
    Fleet Foxes
    The Head and the Heart
    Passion Pit
    Imagine Dragons
    Atlas Genius
    The xx
    Cold War Kids
    Portugal, the Man
    Phoenix
    The 1975
    The Mowgli's
    Telekinesis
    Tanlines

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    Re: Alt./Emo Rock

    Quote Originally Posted by 5TimeWSChamps View Post
    Nice thread, Pretty into the Indie Rock/Alternative music scene.

    Some of my favorite bands:

    Naked and Famous
    The National
    Youngblood Hawke
    twenty one pilots
    Rogue Wave
    Tegan and Sara
    The Neighbourhood
    Haim
    Frightened Rabbit
    Hooray for Earth
    Joy Formidable
    The Antlers
    Grouplove
    Of Monsters and Men
    Cassette's Won't Listen
    Capital Cities
    Fleet Foxes
    The Head and the Heart
    Passion Pit
    Imagine Dragons
    Atlas Genius
    The xx
    Cold War Kids
    Portugal, the Man
    Phoenix
    The 1975
    The Mowgli's
    Telekinesis
    Tanlines
    I mean this as no disrespect, I'm really into indie rock myself and these are all good bands, but I've never seen such a long list of indie bands without more than a couple that I actually like, but you did it!
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    I was in an "Alt rock/emo" band years ago but as I got older, my interest in the genre waned as the music didn't resonate with me anymore. However, I will still listen to Built to Spill, Modest Mouse, Pedro the Lion, Belle & Sebastian, Starlight Mints and the like. But it seems when 2003 rolled around, I just wasn't interested in anything new. Now get off my lawn.
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    Re: Alt./Emo Rock

    Quote Originally Posted by sonny View Post
    I was in an "Alt rock/emo" band years ago but as I got older, my interest in the genre waned as the music didn't resonate with me anymore. However, I will still listen to Built to Spill, Modest Mouse, Pedro the Lion, Belle & Sebastian, Starlight Mints and the like. But it seems when 2003 rolled around, I just wasn't interested in anything new. Now get off my lawn.
    New music that sounds old:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e6ygnVfbeZs
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    Re: Alt./Emo Rock

    Saw twenty one pilots tonight, new up and coming band from Columbus and they played at the LC Pavilion if you've ever been to a concert there in Columbus downtown. 6,000 people/sold out. Great, great show

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    Re: Alt./Emo Rock

    I wish my lawn was emo so it would cut itself!

    That's a joke, people.

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    Re: Alt./Emo Rock

    This is the closer to my most-listened-to album of 2013:



    And, well, Tigers Jaw is just awesome:

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