Miss D
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Miss D asked in Entertainment & MusicMusic · 1 decade ago

Can you recommend any obscure artists or groups I may not have heard of?

I am always keeping my ears open for new music. I like pretty much all genres and styles.

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  • Manda
    Lv 4
    1 decade ago
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    Hope Sandoval & the Warm Inventions - sparkly, folksy music with the gorgeous vocals of Hope Sandoval

    Air - really chilled-out, downtempo electronica

    Elysian Fields- sultry vocals of Jennifer Charles with dark, dreamy music

    Opal - an obscure '80s psychedelic band

    My Bloody Valentine - '80s/'90s dreamy shoegaze band

    Sparklehorse - alt-country/low-fi indie rock band with surreal lyrics

    Jana McCall - slightly folksy and psychedelic rock with edgy, emotional vocals

    The Swirlies - awesome shoegaze band

    Goldfrapp - moody vocals and left-of-field electronics

    Gianluca Petrella - Italian trombonist with mix of jazz and electronic music

  • 1 decade ago

    At the Drive In

    Tsunami Bomb

    Aimee Mann

    Harry and the Potters

    Kristin Hersh

    Ted Leo and The Pharmacists

    The Magic Numbers

  • 1 decade ago

    Mighty, Mighty Bosstones, Sounds of Blackness, Bootcamp Click

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Nightwish -- metal band with a classically-trained vocalist

    The Streets -- English techno/rap "group"

    Placebo -- British rock

    They Might Be Giants -- Brooklyn based geek rock

    Richard Cheese -- covers pop songs in cheezy lounge music style

    Lyrics Born -- creative rapper

    Otep -- female fronted death metal with political bent

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  • 1 decade ago

    The Afters

    The Shins

    Storyside: B

    Ten Shekel Shirt

    Pixies

    Meat Puppets

    The Vaselines

    Day of Fire

    Disciple

    Kutless

    Manafest (if you like rap)

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Check out Brian Eno.

    He's considered the Father of electronic/ art rock. He dared to experiment with sounds and added bizarre lyrics, (early to mid 70's).

    He was the producer of Talking Heads and U2.

    His "pop" albums were ingenious:

    "Here come the warm jets"

    "Another green world"

    "The taking of Tiger Mountain by strategy"

    "Before and after science"

  • Tim
    Lv 4
    1 decade ago

    Captain Tractor

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    The Classic Crime

    Family Force Five

    and im going blank here...

    but check out basically everything on Tooth & Nail records (toothandnail.com)

  • 4 years ago

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  • 1 decade ago

    Have you heard of Rasputina? Love them, they are amazing.

    How about Arab Strap? Spoken word but obscure for sure.

    Tori Amos is the more famous. Tool? I'm sure.

    Portishead?

    Hope that helps.

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