Post Punk with funky tinges (recommendation rel.)

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  • CAME AFTER THE PISTOLS + FUNKY

  • TINGE



  • MOST DEFINITELY LA BASED (REALLY)

  • mylatencymylatency 10,475 Posts
    damn dude, good to see you whylin' out in this thread

    respect,
    M

  • slushslush 691 Posts

    cosine +


    dudes produced 'une sale histoire'
    which is, how you say, "dur comme FCUK"



  • MORE FUNKY THAN A WHITE JAM BAND WITH A SHORT BLACK FEMALE LEAD VOCALIST

  • dayday 9,612 Posts


    FUNKY MOTHERFUCKIN TINGES FOR DAYS

    some of these covers are

    and they sure look FUNKY!





  • I AM WHYLIN NO NOT WILDING OR EVEN WILDIN SPK IS IS WHYLE WEILAND



  • THIS IS PRE PUNK BUT FUCK IT

    FUNKIER THAN A MOSQUITO IN AN ASS HAIR VESTIBULE

  • this shit is like the whiteboy modern soul.

    I'm up on all the obvious things (Liquid Liquid, ESG, A Certain Ratio)
    but what else is good?

    Is the majority of this stuff out of the UK & NY, or was there LA based funky post punk too?


    OH man! Does this mean you're FINALLY comin outta your Modern Soul phase?

    Dood seriously, the DISCUSS thread I posted yesterday is all about that ish, except for the ZZ Top record of course. I also taped this dope documentary called "Punk: Attitude" from IFC channel last week. Required viewing hommie... Holla!

    According to the doc, No Wave began in the UK with the emergence of stuff on the Rough Trade label, as well as the huge role that Dub and Roots Reggae played in Punk's trajectory. Almost entirely credited to DJ Don Letts, a Jamaican cat who spun from his massive collection at the 100 Club and other punk spots. Which would account for the reggae tinges in bands like the Clash, Slits and many of the lesser known UK bands of that era. Not surprisingly, Letts also directed this documentary.

    NY groups were influenced by this movement as well as the emerging hip hop scene, which at one point merged with the nyc punk scene. Which pretty much explains groups like Contortions, ESG, Gary Wilson, Glenn Branca's "Theoretical Girls", etc.

  • GuzzoGuzzo 8,611 Posts
    wow this thread blew up quick

    S***n posting recommendations like he's on a mission

    *Saving as "favorite thread".......now*



  • NYC BASED

    IS THIS ENOUGH???? YOU MOTHERFUCKERS NEED MORE????? HUH???

    FUNKY FUNKY FUNKY FUNKY


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  • GuzzoGuzzo 8,611 Posts



    OH man! Does this mean you're FINALLY comin outta your Modern Soul phase?

    Never that,
    I dropped over $100 last week on mostly modern soul, I'm just exapnding the repitoire

  • mylatencymylatency 10,475 Posts
    bring it, lovin' the jpegs ovar here

    never seen so much post punk noise funk up at once

    saying


    $500 post punk, plaese

    wikka wikka



    ahaha

  • I also taped this dope documentary called "Punk: Attitude" from IFC channel last week. Required viewing hommie... Holla!

    I watched that too. Really good stuff.

    DJ Ferrari

  • UMADUMAD 187 Posts
    this shit is like the whiteboy modern soul.


    NO.


  • parsecparsec 5,087 Posts


  • This record is funky as hell...


    Both of their records are great...

    Also check out any Bush Tetras, funky stuff on Stiff, etc.

  • nrichnrich 932 Posts

  • alieNDNalieNDN 2,181 Posts
    how about the godfather of punk chuck berry

    feeling some minor threat/fugazi business (waiting room)

    i dont know what jesus lizard qualify, but their instrumentation is among my favorite, i just wish the lead singer would shut the phuck up, the bass lines are infectious

    oh, and the makeup, they are funky...i guess that sheit's more garage though

    but besides that, buzzcocks all the way

  • ElectrodeElectrode Los Angeles 2,887 Posts




    Their late 80s stuff is really good: lots of sped up and slowed down effects, fuzzed out guitars, obscure spoken word dialogue samples. I even like their late, most popular one, Electriclarryland. I remember when I was a kid, getting weirded out by seeing a poster of the cover on the side of a music store. One of the greatest band names ever and the funniest album titles.

  • dayday 9,612 Posts


  • alieNDNalieNDN 2,181 Posts
    one of my first cassette purchases ever was suicidal tendencies, mostly because of the "pepsi" song (institutionalize) and i saw they had a "minority" in the band...god they phucking suck..worst $13 spent ever...one of my first cd purchases was body count, i was hoping they'd sound like a bad brains kind of thing, but they were just cheezy metal, but that song "there goes the neigbourhood" starts off well.



    ...which reminds me



    Bad



    phucking



    Brains.



    "I against I" and I aint talking no cheezy mos def sheit.



  • alieNDNalieNDN 2,181 Posts
    i challenge u to find me sheit p(f)unkier than this:

    the makeup - here comes the judge
    http://s53.yousendit.com/d.aspx?id=1IW77C3SUJJKL0FUW3URWKGYC

    the makeup - how pretty can you get
    http://s53.yousendit.com/d.aspx?id=2QJR9CCXNZD4B1AHR25L44AIEL


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