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14 Songs that TNT can’t get enough of this week. April 16, 2010

Hello Non-Posers!  Thought you’d like some new music to check out because, honestly, who doesn’t love new music?  These songs are from NVMP’s MySpace Profile Playlist and will be up all week for your listening pleasure.  Click on the Artist’s name; I’ve provided their MySpace links, so if you like what you hear, please add them as a friend.  Hope you enjoy the music!  They’re all great songs, but I highly suggest “Every Band in the U.S.A.” by The Fold (which mocks Miley Cyrus and shockingly, every band in the U.S.A.  It’s hilarious but sadly true), “Dream City” by Free Energy (Makes me feel like I’m in California, strutting around in Venice Beach, CA.  I dare you to listen to this song and not strut your stuff, whether you’re in California or not), “Caution Wet Floor” by Miz Metro (I just couldn’t get enough of her this week, she’s fabulous!  Watch out Gwen, Metro’s wailing out strong!), and “When We Were Young” by Thieves of Aon” (Dear Thieves of Aon, please come tour in the US, I wish to see you live as you are currently one of my new favorite bands. Love, TNT)

TNT’s Musical Eargasms for the week of 4/16/2010 <— Click here to link to our MySpace page, the profile playlist (TNT Music) pops out for your convenience.

1

“Daisy”

Fang Island

2

“New Hooligan”

The Color Turning

3

“Every Band in the U.S.A.”

The Fold

4

“So You’ve Come to Mingle”

Yourself and the Air

5

“Dream City”

Free Energy

6

“Eviction Party”

Darlings

7

“Roman History”

Pet Lions

8

“A More Perfect Union”

Titus Andronicus

9

“The High Road”

Broken Bells

10

“Caution Wet Floor”

Miz Metro

11

“Airplanes”

Local Natives

12

“When We Were Young”

Thieves of Aon

13

“By You”

The Click Clack Boom

14

“See You Again”

The Hard Lessons

 

Top 5 New Artists/Songs March 30, 2010

There’s always new music to be talked about here at NVMP and this week a few of us wanted to share some of the new music we can’t get enough of.   Whether it be new bands or new songs from some of the greats, you should listen in.  I’ve provided you with the band links, so click away and listen my friends.  Tell us what your new favorite bands or songs are.  Go ahead, I dare you.      – TNT

Tina’s Top 5
5. Jukebox the Ghost – song suggestion “Schizophrenia” – This is a new one from the D.C. natives, addicting keys with a vocal styling to make you lose your mind.  This whole song is just infectious, love it.
4. Ed Zealous – song suggestion “Talk With Your Hands”
3. April Smith and the Great Picture Show – song suggestion “Movie Loves A Screen” – Such a great beat the lyrics could give you cavities.  This band (and song) makes me get up and dance, perhaps a little jitterbuggin’.
2. Black Taxi – song suggestion – “Head on a Pike” – This song kicks ass.  You NEED to check it out.  NOW!  GO!  CLICK!
1. Local Natives – song suggestion “Airplanes” – Love the crescendos, every element in this song shines through so majestically.  This is the best song I’ve heard in a while; it’s simple, it’s catchy, it’s in my head 24/7.

Dan’s Top 5
5. “Fembot” by Robyn – She’s not a new discovery, but her latest song making its way around the internet is fantastic.  Fans of her last album will love it.
4. The Go Find – song suggestion “City Dreamer” – Heard it over Pandora one afternoon and loved it. Haven’t listened their other music, but I can’t get enough of this song.
3. RJD2 – song suggestion “Games You Can Win (featuring Kenna)” – It’s not surprising Kenna works with RJD2 since they both blend many genres to create something that defies them all.  RJD2’s music is mostly beats and instrumentals, but he does feature some guest vocalists on some tracks of The Colossus.  This is my favorite song off the album.
2. Sam Sparro – song suggestion “Black & Gold” – My boyfriend made this song suggestion to me, and then I needed the entire album.  Sam Sparro has an alternative funk vibe that makes for some easy and enjoyable listening.
1. Alphabeat – song suggestion “Boyfriend” – After I heard “Boyfriend” I was hooked on Alphabeat.  Their sound is an upbeat electronica throwback to early 90s pop and I cannot get enough of it.  The video for “Boyfriend” is adorable.

Klone’s Top 5
5. Bear McCreary – Composer of the music for SyFy shows “Battlestar Galactica” and “Caprica”, his adaptation of “All Along The Watchtower” for the Season 3 BSG
finale was simply amazing.  This is definitely a tv/film score composer to keep an eye on over the next few years.
4. The Temper Trapsong suggestion “Sweet Disposition” – It’s a sweet, pop song with a male vocalist singing the entire thing in falsetto.
3. Alice in Chains – song suggestion “Take Her Out” – Off their latest album Black Gives Way to Blue, the first since the passing of original front man Layne Staley, this track sounds like a classic Alice In Chains tune, and was the first to really get my attention when I bought the CD home and listened to it for the first time.
2. Stone Temple Pilots – song suggestion “Between The Lines” – They’re broken up, they’re together, Weiland’s in Rehab, he’s out, they’re together, they’re broken up…they’re together again.  This song is so good, you’d never know any of that ever happened…and I’m taking that as a good sign.
1. Muse – song suggestion “Undisclosed Desires” – This song is an ultimate and extreme throw-back to the likes of Depeche Mode and Joy Division/New Order…the new wave movement of the 80s, but done in that uniquely modern way that is becoming second nature to Muse.  Epic seems to be built into the group’s song-writing mantra, even when borrowing influences from musical movements of decades past.  This song could help you drink yourself into a deep depression, or get you to disrobe while tearing up the dance floor at a nightclub.  Pick your poison…or pleasure…and Muse will be your perfect soundtrack.