I know we have done this before, but here are my latest favorites:
Anything by Wilco Uncle Tupelo - again anything Golden Smog - Weird Tales is a great CD
"old Grunge rock" (Nirvana etc.) Conor Oberst and the Mystic Valley Band ("Slowly So Slowly," "Air Matress" and "Nicorette" are favorites) Michael Franti and All Rebel Rockers ("Say Hey I Love You" and "The Sound of Sunshine" are great mindless summer songs) Steve Earle and the Dukes ("Your'e Still Standing There," "More than I Can Do")
Last edited by araho; Jul. 4, 2010 at 01:34 PM.
Public Image Limited. I recently went to one of their concerts (John Lydon reformed the band after a long hiatus) and was blown away. That started a landslide of re-listening to my favorite 80's music.
So, currently, along with PiL, are the Smiths and early Cure.
"Dennis, there's some lovely filth down here." (Mother of Dennis, peasant and member of a Medieval anarcho-syndicalist commune)