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Post some terrible recent music

Started by SullySullivan85, April 22, 2021, 05:20:34 AM

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lazyhour

Oh, this should be easy - I heard the absolute worst slice of 'indie' on 6music a few days ago, and I tried to make a mental note of it because it was so incredibly poor. But now I can't remember it. All I can recall is that the song (and band?) was titled to be like a computer file - something like "NEW_SONG_(GUITAR_SOLO)".

It was so so shit - like noughties British guitar band shit. Anyone know who I'm talking about so I can remember to hate them forever?


Bronzy

Quote from: lazyhour on April 22, 2021, 08:42:13 AM
Oh, this should be easy - I heard the absolute worst slice of 'indie' on 6music a few days ago, and I tried to make a mental note of it because it was so incredibly poor. But now I can't remember it. All I can recall is that the song (and band?) was titled to be like a computer file - something like "NEW_SONG_(GUITAR_SOLO)".

It was so so shit - like noughties British guitar band shit. Anyone know who I'm talking about so I can remember to hate them forever?

LARRY PINK THE HUMAN - ELEVEN11_GTR_SONG


Jerzy Bondov



Pauline Walnuts

Quote from: Bronzy on April 22, 2021, 08:50:04 AM
LARRY PINK THE HUMAN - ELEVEN11_GTR_SONG

Youtube comments:

Quote from: SongBillong

Heard this on Soccer AM and it hasn't been out of my head since. Superb track!

Quote from: King Cold on April 22, 2021, 09:51:27 AM
The Reytons. Terrible:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dIgpwvFXKi8&ab_channel=TheReytons

Jesus. There seems to be a few terrible 'The' bands coming out of northern England at the moment. The Lathums, The Reytons and this lot - The Heavy North:

https://youtu.be/aAne6uFw2ao

I pissed myself when the vocals kicked in.



Thoughts as the intro built up "it's going to sound like The Music"

and it did.

Tikwid

This technically falls under this thread's remit?

Chriddof

Another Youtube comment from that LARRY PINK THE HUMAN thing:

Quoteits like the 2005 vibe's back!

Indie music is basically this zombie genre - it's dead, but people keep making it. It's amazing how you can trace all of this shit back to Oasis, even if later landfill bands had vague electronic elements like the aforementioned dullards above. Liam & Noel were like a two-man musical Chernobyl, their past surroundings still poisoned and barren 25 years later.

And this is still relevant 25 years later as well.

Quote from: Tikwid on April 22, 2021, 10:46:12 AM
This technically falls under this thread's remit?

That at least is funny in its shitness, whereas the other stuff on this thread is more infuriating.

Swoz_MK

Tramp Stamps
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HsAnEP31N1Y

I'd rather die
Than hook up with another straight white guy
I'd rather die
Than fake it like I'm having a good time
I'd rather die
Than spend the night
With another Ryan
Or Matthew
Or John
Yeah I'd rather die
Die die die die die
Roll over and die

Poobum

Quote from: Tikwid on April 22, 2021, 10:46:12 AM
This technically falls under this thread's remit?

I mean, outside of the vocals, at least that's interesting to listen to.

icehaven

Quote from: Swoz_MK on April 22, 2021, 11:03:49 AM
Tramp Stamps
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HsAnEP31N1Y

I'd rather die
Than hook up with another straight white guy


Fine, go and hook up with a gay guy then, I'm sure that'll be much more fun for both of you.


imitationleather

Hopefully all these bands will be #metoo'd out of existence soon.

iamcoop

QuoteJesus. There seems to be a few terrible 'The' bands coming out of northern England at the moment. The Lathums, The Reytons and this lot - The Heavy North:

https://youtu.be/aAne6uFw2ao

I pissed myself when the vocals kicked in.

Fucking hell haha.

Even funnier than I was anticipating.

sevendaughters

The Lathums are a local band of where I'm from and that's what they were last time I saw them. Wigan Athletic keep promoting them through their social media and was genuinely flabbergasted to hear they'd broke through.

Here's another local band who get to play big festivals doing their anti-working class reggae: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B8ZSx63q8C4

turnstyle

Quote from: King Cold on April 22, 2021, 09:51:27 AM
The Reytons. Terrible:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dIgpwvFXKi8&ab_channel=TheReytons

Journo: 'So, who would you say your influences are?'

Lead Reyton: 'Early Arctic Monkeys'

Journo: 'Anyone else?'

Lead Reyton: 'No'

Rizla

Quote from: Wayman C. McCreery on April 22, 2021, 10:27:23 AM
The Heavy North:

https://youtu.be/aAne6uFw2ao

I pissed myself when the vocals kicked in.

WTF is this reddybrek bullshit. Why's the drummer got earplugs in? North too heavy?

gilbertharding

Quote from: icehaven on April 22, 2021, 01:10:47 PM
Fine, go and hook up with a gay guy then, I'm sure that'll be much more fun for both of you.

Or die. Her choice.

SullySullivan85

Quote from: lazyhour on April 22, 2021, 08:42:13 AM
Oh, this should be easy - I heard the absolute worst slice of 'indie' on 6music a few days ago, and I tried to make a mental note of it because it was so incredibly poor. But now I can't remember it. All I can recall is that the song (and band?) was titled to be like a computer file - something like "NEW_SONG_(GUITAR_SOLO)".

It was so so shit - like noughties British guitar band shit. Anyone know who I'm talking about so I can remember to hate them forever?

Huge relief it had an unconventional name, as every time this year I've heard "what's that terrible song on 6 Music" it seems to allude to Peanuts or Dark Days by Yard Act, who I genuinely like. 

In conclusion, SullySullivan85 is a land of contrasts.

Sebastian Cobb

Heard this the other day:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8XvC5alnYrw&feature=emb_title

The lead up to the part is bad enough that some of you might not wait the full 60 seconds for it to get atrocious:
https://youtu.be/8XvC5alnYrw?t=60

There's a 2nd MC in there at some point and it's easy to bail before she gets going, although she's better than the bloke.

Pauline Walnuts

Quote from: Sebastian Cobb on April 22, 2021, 07:08:43 PM

There's a 2nd MC in there at some point and it's easy to bail before she gets going, although she's better than the bloke.

Good to see Lady Sovereign still out there.






That's not really Lady Sovereign.

badaids

Quote from: Rizla on April 22, 2021, 05:49:35 PM
WTF is this reddybrek bullshit. Why's the drummer got earplugs in? North too heavy?

Imagine having Jet and Kasabian as your influences.

Chriddof

Quote from: icehaven on April 22, 2021, 01:10:47 PM
Fine, go and hook up with a gay guy then, I'm sure that'll be much more fun for both of you.

I googled this band, and apparently their target audience already hates them because they're some sort of corporate fake-progressive thing.

https://loudwire.com/tiktok-band-tramp-stamps-why-everyone-hate-them/

QuoteFirst, the band have gotten flack for some of their lyrics and also for their perceived pandering to Gen Z as a queer, feminist punk band — an identity many have called out as not being authentic.

The second, and this appears to have stemmed from research done following the lyrics backlash, accuses them of being industry plants. Some internet sleuths have connected them to producer Lukasz Gottwald, known professionally as Tyson Trax or Dr. Luke.

Gottwald is a controversial figure in the music industry — he was embroiled in a long legal battle against pop singer Kesha where she accused him of rape and emotional abuse and he countersued for defamation and breach of contract.

QuoteThe group features three women with brightly colored hair and an obviously rock aesthetic. They also attempt to align the band with feminism as a quote from guitarist Caroline Baker in the band's bio claims the band's music is "the kind of stuff women talk about all the time with their friends, but no one's ever put it to this kind of music before."


Chedney Honks


bomb_dog

The Reytons.
What a horrible music video.

ElTwopo

Quote from: sevendaughters on April 22, 2021, 05:06:25 PM
The Lathums are a local band of where I'm from and that's what they were last time I saw them. Wigan Athletic keep promoting them through their social media and was genuinely flabbergasted to hear they'd broke through.

Here's another local band who get to play big festivals doing their anti-working class reggae: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B8ZSx63q8C4

So the lyrics condemn those who 'break into local family stores', yet he's wearing a Dawn of the Dead t-shirt. Hypocrite much?