I need some new music in my life so looking for recommendations 🙂
Need to be unique enough to stand out, currently listening to stuff like the Jezabels, Katy B and Paloma Faith so any genre is open to consideration. Like music with real feelings and power behind it, stuff like Alanis Morrisette’s Jagged Little Pill rather than her lightweight other albums.
Stuff to while away long road journeys and for a quick listen please!!Posted 4 years agobinnersSubscriber
All of them are amazing if you get the chance to see them live
If you like rather good female vocalists, we’ll take it as a given you already own everything P J Harvey has ever recorded?
[video]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5tFBo1QunlA[/video]Posted 4 years ago
It was listening to London Grammar at my sister’s place last night that got me thinking of other stuff!! Haven’t got that much female stuff currently, most of my music is punk/metal/electro, must be mellowing in my 30’s 8)
Some good stuff so far, keep them coming!!Posted 4 years agoKryton57Subscriber
Beverly Knight is an awesome singer. Just step away from the commercial songs.
She’s very passionate, check her acoustic version of Angels, and this ISNT the most passionate I’ve seen her;
But by far the most passionate female singer I’ve seen is Mary J Blige live. That is a heart rendering performance.Posted 4 years ago
Blimey John, they’re going back a bit!!
Polica have done some good stuff:
if you like London Grammar, Alunageorge could be worth a go:
Saw this band last year, great voice (attractive too 🙂 )Posted 4 years ago
I never post on here but the world (or at least you guys) need to know about these
I stumbled upon them a few years ago and cant get enough. Unfortunately commercial success never really happened and they have since split up and gone their seperate ways.
On a plus note all their music is free to download on their website linked above.
Give it a go, you might like it as much as i do (and if you dont it was free anyway).
RobPosted 4 years agoCheesybeanZSubscriber
Some good stuff here …Posted 4 years ago
Anyone who likes Tori Amos might like Regina Spektor:
But I always end up back at:
With a bit of Joan Armatrading and Tracy Chapman thrown in for good measure.Posted 4 years ago
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