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Marco

Junior Member
Hey guys, I don't know how many of you speak or understand French (mfrench maybe?) but there is a website called les inrocks (http://www.lesinrocks.com/musique/#meilleursalbums-tab) that is an amazing source for new music. It used to be a French magazine only about music back in the day but now deals with political and popular threads as well. Nonetheless, it still is what I use to discover new music. Basically, the paper pays a good number of audiophiles and music lovers to research new releases from around the world, review and rate them.
Even if you don't understand French, clic on the musique tab, then "le meilleur". I usually only bother with anything rated 4.5 and 5 out of 5.
It really is the best source of new music I have found so far.
 

Catcher10

Senior Member
Marco;n5002 said:
Hey guys, I don't know how many of you speak or understand French (mfrench maybe?) but there is a website called les inrocks (http://www.lesinrocks.com/musique/#meilleursalbums-tab) that is an amazing source for new music. It used to be a French magazine only about music back in the day but now deals with political and popular threads as well. Nonetheless, it still is what I use to discover new music. Basically, the paper pays a good number of audiophiles and music lovers to research new releases from around the world, review and rate them.
Even if you don't understand French, clic on the musique tab, then "le meilleur". I usually only bother with anything rated 4.5 and 5 out of 5.
It really is the best source of new music I have found so far.
Hey thanks Marco......I took 2 yrs French in HS, I speak spanish so I might be able to get around it LOL!!!
 

Juncers

Senior Member
ELO Eldorado

I never really liked ELO until this LP (1974). This and their next three albums changed that!

Ray
 
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