Never limit your musical taste 2.0

Dead Sara – A great rock band out of Los Angeles who formed in the early 2000’s by the lead singer Emily Armstrong and their guitarist Siouxsie Medley. Their rock sound is fueled by the rawness of Armstrong’s voice and Medley’s solid guitar work. They are definitely worth listening too !
Top Listens
– Something good
– Weatherman
– Mona Lisa


Joan Jett– Queen of rock and with a bad attitude, Joan Jett is truly a force to be reckoned with. With loud distorted guitar with punchy lyrics Joan Jett really makes awesome music.

Top Listens
– I hate myself for loving you
– Love is pain
– Black Leather

Bikini Kill – One of the pioneers of the riot grrrl movement in the early 90’s Bikini Kill made waves with their controversial topics. Kathleen Hanna the lead singer of the band made it her mission to create awareness and some impact of the rights of women in the 90’s through their music this was done.

Top Listens
– Rebel Girl
– Double Dare Ya
-New Radio


The Cure – An English band appearing into the rock scene in 1976 with their thoughtful lyrics and epic live performances they were one of the first bands to express their love for the goth scene.

Top Listens
-The Caterpillar
-Doing The Unstuck
-10:15 Saturday Night


Prince – Prince the purple one who made magic on every single record he made. On his debut, it is said that on the album he played all 27 instruments used on the recording. Prince was a true genius his work dabbled in many different genres which made his own unique sound, his look was both androgynous and masculine Prince truly is a legend.

Top Listens
-Let’s go crazy
-Love bizarre
-Computer Blue


Red Hot Chili Peppers – The Red Hot Chili Peppers are one of my all time favourite bands with funk-infused rock and crazy onstage antics the coolest bands out. Serving the change of many different guitarists, a death and substance battles. The Chili Peppers are back and better than ever touring their latest album ‘ The Getaway’

Top Listens
-Suck my kiss
-Show me your soul



2 thoughts on “Never limit your musical taste 2.0

  1. Great suggestions Spiffy! The Cures ’10:15′ is definitely a fav – nearly 20 years later it was sampled by Massive Attack on their ‘Man Next Door’ track.

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