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Check out my band Hipster Slayer

Discussion in 'Recordings [BG]' started by sideburnbass, Dec 6, 2013.

  1. sideburnbass

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    We are an electro-pop band from Finland trying hard to get our music out into the world. We have created our own sound with influences from indie-pop, hip-hop, progressive rock and beyond. So if you're into interesting, innovative music with a popish core, you might like this. :)

    Here are links to some of our music

  2. madrob

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    I dig it!
  3. ReiPsaeg

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    So are you the Hipster version of Slayer or do you Slay Hipsters?
  4. Space Pickle

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    This is not the hilarious Slayer tribute I was hoping for.

    DISSAPOINT
  5. homecooken

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    You guys sound great!
  6. pacojas

    pacojas "FYYA BUN" Supporting Member

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    "there's a man i'd like to meet,
    he's got levitating feet".....

    i am like!
    i am no disappoint!
    I FRIGGIN' LOVE IT!!!!:hyper:;)


    ps: please don't slay all the Hipsters!

    http://m.nydailynews.com/1.1537145
  7. bassteban

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    Those big ass power chords in hipstanaut- HUGE! Like it:cool:
  8. lavmonga

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    I'm in the same boat.
  9. Mennolineum

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    Woa, I was not expecting much (because of the name sorry;)) But I am liking what i hear, nice job
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    Endorsing Artist:Alleva-Coppolo| MESA |Genz-Benz R.I.P.|REDDI|Westone
    I really like it alot. reminds me of Jellfish/ squeeze.. but with a euro twist .. Just wish the drummer hit the Real snare drum harder to get that snare crack !!! not the electronic one... But i like his actual snare tuned down like that.. sort of has that ringo sound .. But tell him to hit it! Songs and production are great IMO
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    Cool stuff man!
  12. thedarkener

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    Second awesome musics I found on tb today! Great sound, great video too.
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    Good stuff!
  14. spz8

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    Great stuff, thanks for sharing! Is there a CD or downloads perhaps?
  15. sideburnbass

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    Thanks! We're recording an EP right now. We expect it to be out in January.
  16. sideburnbass

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    Or a slayer that is a hipster? Those are the eternal questions.
  17. BruceBass3901

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    I really dig this! Sounds awesome and the bass on Young is most rad :) Sign me up for a CD when the EP is released!
  18. kohntarkosz

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    I would actually go see a hipster Slayer tribute band. Guys in skinny jeans playing MicroKorgs and Jazzmasters on really short straps, hammering out rough versions of Angel of Death and Raining Blood in the style of Animal Collective.

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    "Sadistic, surgeon of demise
    Sadist of the noblest blood
    Destroying, without mercy
    To benefit the aryan race
    "

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    "Surgery, with no anesthesia
    Feel the knife pierce you intensely
    Inferior, no use to mankind
    Strapped down screaming out to die
    "
  19. Milk

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    It bears mentioning that hipster bands looks as cliche and ridiculous as a indie band as Slayer does as a metal band. No disrespect to Slayer. But it's all whether you like all black, long hair and facial hair or tight jeans, hats, plaid shirt, converse and...facial hair. It's a uniform, nothing less, nothing more. You look like what you play, it's been this way in rock (and really music in general) since the beginning. Of course personality wise, the hipster band is bound to be more insufferable. I think Slayer should cover Death Cab for Cutie.

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