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u/Ilubalu · 1 pointr/listentothis

You appear to be quite a thinker and somebody aware of what you're experiencing. It reminds me of the people in /r/intp. I realize the mbti is another model you probably find entertaining as a starting point in understanding yourself and others, but not an endpoint that will explain anything. I too see many leaks in this model. If you're one of these people who ruminate a lot, I hope you consider it as one of your strengths. People in /r/intp seem to like staying in their thoughts, but I'm inclined to believe a thinker who brings balance to his/her experience by rolling with whim or instinct, - going with the flow - sometimes is a person bringing all cylinders to fire, both sides of the brain if you will, and can achieve goals more easily than people who only feel and people who only think. I bet you'd be very entertained by Sonia Choquette's book, Trust Your Vibes. I emphasize "entertained". You will be frustrated at the lack of science, but at the same time, she encourages experimentation with what you sense without proof. It's your thinking mind that will protect you from doing anything stupid.

Alexithymia is a scary word; I'll admit to never having seen it prior to your using it. I did give it a quick look at Wikipedia. With that in mind, what I would suggest is that if you don't feel anything, perhaps, it's because there is nothing you should feel. Maybe it's an issue for people who tell you things like this. Those same people also know clearly that it's what you do that demonstrates your values and shows your true colors. I'm sure you'd agree that everybody isn't meant to be expressive or posessed by moods; the world needs stable people who aren't easily moved, and your being a scientist suggests you are gifted and not flawed. That quality can be a real gift to humanity; not a psychological problem. I admit to not knowing you and, perhaps, showing my ignorance. Anyway, perhaps, these are things you may find helpful to consider as you face your tomorrows nonetheless.

u/the_phenom_imam · 1 pointr/listentothis

This could be considered Sage Francis and not Non Prophets, it's hard to say. It's an MF DOOM!!! remix of the song Damage which was on the Non Prophets album Hope and Doomage was on Sage's awesome line of random recordings in both Sickly Business and Still Sickly Business. They're all worth owning. Almost like having the notebooks or journals collated and published of your favorite author. Riffs and spin-offs as well as fragments buried like emeralds just awaiting a cracking. I remember hearing him rhyming live (with the Soliloquists of Sound backing) about the 99 rappers he liked and roaring then finding it on the drive home on the live cd I'd bought at the merch table.

Even though the music's all online, I can't express enough that everyone should support the artists when they tour. My last Sage/Sleep ticket was under $30 with all the surcharges. It's always nice to poke up a moment of 'once ever' that you can look back at up through the fabric of the year for so cheap, right?

Also, everyone should follow Sage's instagram feed. It really adds another little layer to the song Make 'em Purr knowing he probably did spend more money on his cats then himself that year. What an adorable fuckin Truman Show of a human being he's let himself be for us. He never took Slug's cue when he rapped "I need to start rapping about other people's problems because strangers are starting to get worried." But what a glorious open book he's thrown at us to decipher.

u/Rimshot1985 · 6 pointsr/listentothis

If anyone else finds that this floats their boat, also look into Kongar-ool Ondar. There are actually plenty of great artists/groups, but Ondar, along with Paul Pena, really brought the music to the western world through the documentary Genghis Blues. It's available to watch online on Amazon and worth the price if you like anything remotely interesting. Its accompanying album of the same name is also fantastic.

Another good throat singing-influenced western album is Hazmat Modine - Bahamut.

Sorry for link dump... on mobile and I don't have much time.

u/raddit-bot · 1 pointr/listentothis

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|name|Future of the Left|
|about artist|Future of the Left is an alternative rock band formed in 2005 in Cardiff, Wales. The current line-up is Andrew Falkous (aka Falco) (vocals, guitar, keyboards), Jimmy Watkins (guitar), Julia Ruzicka (bass) and Jack Egglestone (drums). Their signature style combines minimalist guitar or synth riffs with Falco's darkly satirical lyrics delivered with ferocious energy; but many songs also contain strong melodies, varied dynamics, time changes and vocal harmonies. ([more on]( of the Left))|
|album|Travels With Myself and Another, released Jun 2009|
|track|Arming Eritrea|
|images|album image, artist image|
|links|wikipedia, discogs, myspace, mp3 on amazon, album on amazon|
|tags|rock, noiserock|
|similar|mclusky, Shooting at Unarmed Men, Pulled Apart By Horses, Les Savy Fav, Reuben|
|metrics|lastfm listeners: 70,401, lastfm plays: 3,242,056, youtube plays: 91,807, score: 23|

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u/lazylion_ca · 3 pointsr/listentothis

The ultimate Moxy Früvous song: Green Eggs and Ham.

Got to see them live back in the early 90's. These early recordings don't do justice to how great of singers they really are, but the writing definitely displays their intelligence.

If you have the chance to pick up their live/greatest hits cd I highly recommend it.

The long haired one, Jian Ghomeshi can be heard daily (mostly) on the CBC Radio show "Q" where he recently did an interview with Ice-T and had live performances by KD Lang

You may have seen his interview with Billy Bob Thorton posted on reddit some time ago.

Member Murray Foster now plays bass for the band Great Big Sea

u/TheBrowncoat88 · 1 pointr/listentothis

They're on Amazon as well. I support you supporting them. Nice dudes who deserve a few bucks for their awesome music.

Edit: Amazon Link

u/daddyman · 3 pointsr/listentothis

So lots of folks probably know this, but I found F.R. at the same time as I found We Were Promised Jetpacks. Both are under heavy rotation for me now.

And looking at Amazon I'm thrilled to see there's a new F.R. album on the way in a few weeks! Woot!

u/serasuna · 1 pointr/listentothis

I've downloaded it for an early listen, but to soothe my guilty heart, I've pre-ordered it as well to support Victoria and Alex.

u/[deleted] · 0 pointsr/listentothis

Pop Negro, it's definitely in my top 5 of best Spanish albums of the last 15 years.

u/kilimanjarocks · 2 pointsr/listentothis

That is an excellent question.

After a quick search I must say, most likely. Or at least I'm praying to be.

> For many years the scientific and educational community has wondered and worried about the possibility that semi-sane scholar pretenders would find the means to put out a series of reference books aimed at children but filled with ludicrous misinformation. These books would be distributed through respectable channels and would inevitably find their way into the hands and households of well-meaning families, who would go to them for facts but instead find bizarre untruths. The books would look normal enough, but would read as if written by people who have eaten too many lead-based paint chips.
Well, sadly, that day is upon us. We offer to you the first in a proposed series of 377 reference books, all written by a couple, Dr. and Mr. Doris Haggis-on-Whey, married 50 years and now getting their chance to twist and tickle the brains of the impressionable.

> Giraffes? Giraffes! is the first in the series, and puts forth the following novel theories: that giraffes were not part of any evolutionary chain, but came here from Neptune, by way of very long (but convenient and fast) escalators; that giraffes are expert dancers, but they become angry if you ask them about their dancing; that giraffes control over 90% of what we see in mirrors; that the Giraffe Navy is as strong as ever, contrary to recent claims in the popular press.

> This is a book to be feared. If you have young people in your life, keep it far away from them.

> Giraffes? Giraffes! is a 9" x 12" hardcover reference book, with 64 lavishly-illustrated pages, and includes a set of giraffe trading cards carefully attached to the inside back cover. Cover is blue faux-leather, de-bossed with gold foil detail and a special 4-color illustration.

Link to the book page on Amazon

u/JonasRH · 2 pointsr/listentothis

Wow, I thought the sound of the YouTube video (to which I linked) corresponded with the track found on the Dengue Fever Presents: Electric Cambodia release (which collects originals as selected by members of Dengue Fever). It seems that it does not, so thanks for bringing it up. However, the similarity of the song in the YouTube video is still overwhelmingly similar to the track found on the aforementioned collection, with regard to the vocals, musical style, production quality and so forth. A preview can be found here:

Do you agree?

u/Top_Gorilla17 · 4 pointsr/listentothis

Not particularly difficult to find, but definitely worth picking up.

It's a bit different for DFD though, more of a 'rock opera' type thing, as it were.

u/thebigredjay · 2 pointsr/listentothis

These Four Walls is a masterpiece of an album. One of my favorites actually. Their newer stuff is fine, but on this early album I really think they touched greatness.

u/forestfluff · 11 pointsr/listentothis

If you google "kazoo trombone" theres a bunch of options. Here's one on Amazon

u/WolfmeetsMoon · 2 pointsr/listentothis
  1. The physical copy is a bit pricey but it's worth it. If you can't get hold of it, let me know.

    (sorry for crap formatting)
u/doublestoddington · 4 pointsr/listentothis

You and me both buddy. Plus, Steve Miller band's version of Jet Airliner is just painfully soulless compared to Paul's. He also did some cool work with Tuvan throat singing which you can see in Ghengis Blues.