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MUDDY FLY grunge band

Post by Muddyfly » Thu Jan 03, 2013 1:48 am

Hi,

we would like to have your opinions about our music

https://soundcloud.com/muddy-fly/oxygen

www.reverbnation.com/muddyfly

http://www.myspace.com/muddyfly/videos/ ... me/4355366


great?good?not so good?shit?..every kind of comment is welcome :shocking:

see u

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Re: MUDDY FLY grunge band

Post by Desiderus » Wed Jan 23, 2013 7:25 am

Are you the Muddy Fly from Italy? A couple of days ago I was digging through a large pile of band demos, home releases and stuff like that when I came across Boredorm from Muddy Fly. Are you the same band? That was quite some good stuff on that album.
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Re: MUDDY FLY grunge band

Post by Schneider » Wed Jan 23, 2013 7:28 am

Desiderus; I've never seen you around here before. What's yer name old timer?

The band's alright. The singer's accent makes it more interesting - don't drop that. This is more post-grunge than grunge, right?
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Re: MUDDY FLY grunge band

Post by Desiderus » Wed Jan 23, 2013 7:55 am

This for sure is more post-grunge than grunge. Maybe even a bit more post-post-grunge if you know what I mean. However, the band is decent and worth checking out. Their english is good for an Italian band, I seen quite some Italian bands when I was living there. For most of them I had absolutely no idea what they were singing about. Though that could also be due to most of those bands were grunting haha :P
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Re: MUDDY FLY grunge band

Post by Schneider » Wed Jan 23, 2013 8:32 am

I certainly do get what you're saying - they sound very contemporary, if you know what I mean. :P
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Re: MUDDY FLY grunge band

Post by Desiderus » Wed Jan 23, 2013 9:19 am

I know what you mean :lol: my name is Thomas, made a re-introduction topic
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Re: MUDDY FLY grunge band

Post by Muddyfly » Wed Mar 13, 2013 5:22 am

hi Guys,

yes we are the Muddy fly from Italy.

wow you have got BOREDOM! how did you get it?did we send it to you?

thanks for your comments

ciao
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Re: MUDDY FLY grunge band

Post by Milo124 » Fri Oct 11, 2013 2:06 am

Some people refer to tool and apc as alternative, some people think nirvana is alternative, some people think audioslave is alternative. These bands are obviously nowhere near like each other, so I say alternative isn't even a genre.
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Re: MUDDY FLY grunge band

Post by Fuzz Face » Fri Oct 11, 2013 2:55 am

I like it! The guitar sound has got some nice bite and is very deep and growling which fits the music very well. I´m blown away by how much sense everything actually makes.
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