The Discord server has a very active music sharing channel where people drop YouTube links all the time, you should come check it out
Wow, Acid Pauli is the last person i would've expected to see here! I've seen him play a bunch of times, he's really good at capturing a dancefloor and taking everyone on a journey.
Same sort of feeling but perhaps a bit slower are Mira and Chris Schwarzwälder, both great in their own rights, but together they balance really well. Mira plays a bit more upbeat and hopeful tunes while Chris tends a little darker and more introspective.
Another guy i loved seeing when i lived in Berlin is Heimlich Knüller. He brings in more ethnic/world music type stuff, especially from Latin America.
Im still stuck on Nick Shoulders after seeing him play at rr days in June. Such a nice guy and incredibly talented. Thought I'd share.
YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/embed/FmAwFPqHTe0
Also, went to a concert last week without ever hearing the band before, and I was blown away! For someone who likes motown and soul, Thee Sacred Souls have some fresh stuff!
YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/embed/RfjT26dpuG0
Westbound Coyote String Band also preformed at rr days. They are a traveling duo, super super friendly and talented. Enjoyed watching these guys a lot
YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/embed/zL8IXYvxhR4?start=475
I hope to see Idles in concert at some point
YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/embed/KfFA84BZkb4?start=475
Finally, some chill music with Washed Out
YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/embed/MvJfiuvDfeo?start=475
Music is one of my biggest interests. Tried to embed the videos, falling behind on my tech skills. Sorry for the bombardment
never gone to bbcrcs summer meetups but ive seen photos. looks pretty dope. im not one of the cool kids though. i never see anybody out there / dont ask names or numbers until recently
really appreciate these man. i dont hear enough music from our own.
ill post one from colton ort, a travelling musician that made it, relatively. he scooped me up out of ashland once and had a full on library in the back of his van, stocked with every great writer i can think of. he recommended i take ‘notes from a dirty old man’ by bukowski. rad dude.
and something from m. ward im trying to learn soonish