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    Best of the best of the 2000s

    I'm on a quest to prove good music exists in this millennium! Post your favorite music from 2000 to date

    I have a small request with this thread. I don't frequent the music threads often because I'm not inclined to click on a video unless I'm given a reason to click on it. I also enjoy discussing music and would like this to be a part discussion/part music thread. So if you could, maybe provide a small description of why you enjoy what you're posting, or a memory it sparks or an emotion it brings to the surface. Does it give you those glorious goosebumps a really good song will sometimes give? Let us know!
    Not a requirement, but a friendly suggestion

    #2
    Most of my contributions to the thread will probably be Tiny Desk concerts lol. They give artists a chance to display their raw talent without much production.
    Run the Jewels is one of the best hip hop groups of the 2000s IMO



     

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    • Youfreeme
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      This is sooo good

    #3
    Deffo Haim !

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      #4
      For my college sweetheart and I, this was our song.
       

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        #5
        J Mascis (love this song )

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          #6
          2000s means Rhi Rhi

          This is my favourite Rihanna song, you need proper speakers though, not headphones for that full african drum feel


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          • Youfreeme
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            You would say that she has man eyes.

          • Vanilla Gorilla
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            And a star trek forehead

          • Youfreeme
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            I like to call it a 5 head. I wouldn't have noticed that tho.

          #7
          Amerie

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                #10
                Evanescence - Bring me to Life from the Fallen album

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                • Youfreeme
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                  oh man is this video ever a throw back

                #11

                TOOL - Lateralus

                I've always enjoyed Rock Epics and the drummer here is my favorite living. The lyrics discuss themes of transcendence and spirituality, unique for Metal and as I came to learn about a half decade after first hearing it, influenced by the Fibonacci sequence, which the singer uses as syllabic structure for the verses. Was amazing with an extreme amount of synesthesia when I saw them live on 4-aco-dmt + MDMA.

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                  #12
                  Shpongle - Star Shpongled Banner

                  Really psychedelic and I got into them relatively early on so they felt like "my band". I met a few people from HF to catch DJ sets and live Shpongle.

                  Last edited by Audiogen; 05-28-2021, 05:38 PM.

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                    #13
                    In 2004 I was very bereft because I listened to a lot of classic rock and I didn't think anyone in my generation was doing anything comparable to music from the late 60s through the 70s. Then one day I was about to go to class and this song came on NPR and I was SHOOK. I ended up skipping class and exploring his catalog haha (I had my priorities straight back then)

                    Bright Eyes - Landlocked Blues
                     

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                      #14

                      Michael Kiwanuka - Cold Little Heart (Live Session)

                      Like throwing Pink Floyd and Otis Redding into a musical blender.

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                      • Meliai
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                        i dig it

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                      I first heard Valerie June while at a music store. The owner was playing her album Pushin' Against A Stone over the store speakers, and I'm like, "Damn!" So I asked about it and bought it that day. I'd like to see her someday playing at a small venue in Nashville or Memphis. Wikipedia describes her sound as "a mixture of folk, blues, gospel, soul, country, Appalachian and bluegrass." She'll be playing at the Pilgrimage Music & Cultural Festival on September 25th in Franklin, TN if anyone would like to go.
                       

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