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Updated on Monday, April 6

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QUESTION:
What are your favourite singers or bands? They can be alive, split, or dead - I'm just looking for a variety of music.

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  1. Greg Graffin/Bad Religion, NOFX, Jello Biafra/Dead Kennedys, Matthew Good

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  2. Checkout Mac Demarco, Wilco, Tycho and The Doors!

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  3. Black Keys, Arctic Monkeys, John Legend

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  4. Emancipator, Nujabes
    Misun, Milky Chance
    Andrew Bird

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  5. Kris Kristofferson

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    1. It's a monday night though

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  6. Going to add shakey graves to this list. You won't regret it. Check out the song "Roll the Bones"

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    1. +1. That guy is so talented. Dearly Departed is one of my favourites.

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  7. Sufjan Stevens just released a new album last week, and it's quickly become my favourite of his (which is saying a lot, given pretty much all his albums are great).

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    1. Do you have a favorite track? "Should Have Known Better" is a great single, but I find myself gravitating towards "The Only Thing".

      Everyone always talks about Illinois, but I prefer his more mellow albums.

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    2. 9a - "Eugene" and "Fourth of July" are my top two, in no particular order (it seems to change pretty much daily).

      And agreed about the mellow albums, Seven Swans is fantastic! I considered it his best until he released Carrie & Lowell.

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    3. I can't wait to listen to this! Didn't even know there was a new one out. My favourite tracks are For the Widows in Paradise, Casimir Pulaski Day, and Chicago (not very original, I know)

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  8. Vampire Weekend is good, also try The Asteroids Galaxy Tour

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  10. /mu/ as fuck in here
    joanna newsom

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    1. No one posted Neutral Milk Hotel tho

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  11. The Antlers, Son Lux, Kishi Bashi

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  12. Charlie Parker, Miles Davis, John Coltrane

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  13. The Tallest Man On Earth, Mumford and Sons, Coldplay, Arctic Monkeys, The Civil Wars, Kodaline, Paper Lions, Sleeping at Last, Sam Smith, Ed Sheeran, Bastille, Passenger, The Beatles, Billy Joel

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  14. Some of my favourites in no particular order:

    Billy Talent, USS, the Black Keys, Krewella, Sum 41

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  15. N0rthlane, Erra and 0ther dj0nt b0nds

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  16. Opeth, Led Zeppelin, Massive Attack, Bill Evans, Agalloch, BSSM era RHCP, some vidya music, lots of classical...

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    1. and some Biggie and NWA

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  17. Destiny's Child and TLC

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  18. Bach, Mozart, Beethoven

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  19. The Strokes, Cage the Elephant, Gorillaz, FIDLAR, Mac Demarco, The Last Shadow Puppets, Devendra Banhart, Drenge, Ty Segall, Drowners, Young the Giant & more like them. (I can make you a playlist if you like)

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  20. Right now I'm digging Kiesza's new album, Sound of a Woman, Kendrick Lamar's To Pimp A Butterfly, and Skrillex and Diplo collab (Jack U album)

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  21. Regina Spektor, Sara Bareilles, Jack Johnson

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  22. According to my last.fm, toe, dirty three, mice parade, grails, 31knots, mogwai, sonic youth, titus andronicus.

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  23. The Jam, The Clash (Joe Strummer on his own is great as well), Au Pairs, Tom Waits, XTC, The Pogues, The Cranberries, Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds, The Cult... So many more.

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