Which underrated artist do you listen to?

I've been listening to ATO a lot. ATO speaks truth in his songs and the melody, beats, and rhythm goes well with his lyrics. They say that it's either the sound or lyrics, but in this case it's both! I find myself either in deep thought, or thinking about the meaning in each song. Oh, and when the artist collabs with Eden.... that's even better.

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  • the cramps

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    • The Cramps are good, wouldn’t call them underrated though, they’re very popular.

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      • i guess in certain circles but its not like theyre playin em on any radio stations round here

        and bein nowhere like i am im lucky to have two rocknroll radio stations but one leans towards faggy beatles and seals & croftss hits and the other one leans country

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  • The Saints (Australian punk band) highly recommend (Eternally your's) 1978 album.

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  • Tbh I just listen to game soundtracks like FTL, Enter the Breach, The witcher games, dragon age, halo. I don't even play half of the games, but the soundtracks are nice.

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  • Jessie Stewart, Brushy One String, Angry Johnny and the Kill Billies, Matt Anderson

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  • bombay bicycle club!! been listening to them for a couple years, theyre not very well known but theyre my all time favourite. id recommend a different kind of fix, give it a listen

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  • I just discovered "Beast in Black", a modern metal band with a very 80s feel and I love 'em!

    They are absolutely awesome and after work I'm gonna blast some of their songs in the car. Harman Kardon doesn't care about neighbors, there are no neighbors on the street! Crank it up!

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  • Bennett Wales and the Relief. And the Holy Rollers.

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  • Broadcast

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  • I used to listen to Akon a lot, thought he was pretty underrated and deserved way more acknowledgement, these days I dont have time for music, find it rather annoying, but listening to a track from "Trouble" would always fire me up. 2004-2005 were great years for me, it would take me back to those good times. Later albums like Konvict and Freedom were great albums too. Havn't listened to much post 2010 music.

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  • Big Balls Mcoy

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