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I bet some people wonder how in the flamy blazing underworld do I find these precious gems that are awesome non-English bands of non-English speaking countries.

What makes that bet even more solid, is how on Earth did I filter hipster-worthy bands and pathetic ones.

What makes a hipster’s hipster, is not the listening to bands people don’t listen to, but appreciating the unshiny diamond of the bands people don’t listen to.

Naturally, if they were to embark on that boat, people would go find for the famous ones.

I mean, there’s a reason they’re famous.


They are the ones who would recycle melodies and beats to the extreme.

They are also the ones who usually doesn’t give a blasting fart on prioritising them lyrics.

And when they don’t prioritise lyrics, you hear some parts of the song where the words sang doesn’t fit the music.

That, non-existent audience, is the science of linguistics.

Or phonology, whichever, I don’t know the politically-correct term.

These are steps to be taken in order to be truly a hipster’s hipster.

  1. Choose a country.
  2. Choose the national language of said country(instead of choosing ‘English’)
  3. Choose a genre.
  4. Put ‘indie’ behind them.
  5. Google.
  6. It would be much much easier if you do steps 1-4 on
  7. Choose a band/artiste.
  8. Give them a few listen.
  9. Determine the flawless seaming of pronunciation and song.
  10. Google translate the lyrics.
  11. Determine their level of poetry from the poorly-translated lyrics.
  12. You are now a hipster’s hipster.


Yeah I am a snob.


Written by Takahara Suiko

25 May 2012 at 07:01

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