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Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 645206Locked[Last 50 Posts]

alright (horse)fuckers, first music thread on the new /chat/.

post whatever you are listening to RIGHT AT THIS MOMENT and any other music you feel like sharing.

listening now: Untitled 01 by Hype Williams (Dean Blunt's band) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YMwsmam5X4Q

also listened to two Joachim Raff symphonies this morning: In The Alps (1875) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-NGOvxRPyps and I'm Walde (1869) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7ze2F2WBb0w

Mythix!qZFKl2dobU 645209

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Im not a horsefucker but this is a cool song.


Admiral 645237


I was listening to the Eagles, but I couldn't find the song I was looking for on YouTube and got distracted.

โ›ต 645238

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>>645237 I'm very curious, which Eagles song could you not find on YouTube?

Elicoor13(at work) 645241

>first music thread on /chat/
>no confederate anthems

c'mon people, this was half the meme at one point.




๐ŸŽธ Power Chord (Element of Warbringer)!4MetalZShw 645243

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The Reverend Hands!Slavshit.Y 645245

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Admiral 645247

Too slow.

Elicoor13(at work) 645254


Totally not a rip-off of The Rising of the Moon.


The banjo on this track is pretty cozy, I think.


It's basically Oh Susana, but with Confederate lyrics.


This was apparently the marching song of the so called 6th regiment of the so called "Orphan Brigade".


Some interesting shit to read tbh.


This was apparently one of the first "historical ballad" that got super popular for the last bit of the 50s and the early 60s.

It's really quite interesting how many Confederate anthems are basically just reworded folk songs. I mean, it makes perfect sense.

>the last song is Rhodesian

Fam, I think we need to talk about your Rhodesian addiction.

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Admiral 645257

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Can't be addicted to something that doesn't exist.

โ›ต 645258

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this thread took an unexpected turn for the better.

Elicoor13(at work) 645260

In a super country mood, so why not post some...folky country?

These songs are either by The Pine Box Boys or their lead singer's sorta side project that has most of the people from The Pine Box Boys in it.


This is basically an Americanized and cut down version of a Child Ballad called "The Elf Knight". It's a super complex story all about curses and why you shouldn't trust the Fae or Elves at all.


Just a fun song about dancing on someone's grave.


This song is an adaptation of a murder ballad from Appalachia.


And this is apparently taken from some folklore in Appalachia, specifically in Kentucky.

B-but there are Rhodies everywhere...

/chat/land rose again brother, rejoice!

Heavy Mole 645280

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All but a few of my CDs were stolen last week, so I've been listening to the ones I have left. It's pretty much all classical, but it's been an opportunity to look at some of those works more in depth.

One of them is Beethoven's Hammerklavier sonata. It's such a long thought that it's been hard for me to grasp as whole piece (more than the others), but I'm beginning to find a way in. There are many sights to be seen and the final fugue is particularly astonishing.

Elicoor13(at work) 645294

The Person Who Posts As Fluttershy (Element of Self-descriptive Usernames) 646085

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Heavy Mole 646121

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It's just a fucking rat race where I am, man. There are plenty of derelicts that will do anything that seems like it will make a quick buck.

But just in case, if you hear someone thumping Steve Reich in their car, take down their license plate number for me, would you?

Crimson Risk !RISkQqf4EM 646168

Big city?

Heavy Mole 646172

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Not particularly big, just one in an economic slump reminiscent of a Rust Belt town. I happen to live in a lousy part of it. It's actually former factory housing for an asbestos plant that used to be across the street, but which has been demolished except for the foundation.

Crimson Risk !RISkQqf4EM 646203

everything about that sounds awful

๐Ÿˆ๐ŸˆKaticus๐Ÿˆ๐Ÿˆ 646977

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Elicoor13(at work) 647466

I've been on a massive Four Tet binge lately. I love his work with Burial, because they can meld their styles well. Then again, Four Tet is super varied, so "melding styles" with him is kinda a silly thing to say.



Solo Four Tet stuff:






Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 647468


I love Burial (especially Untrue and the Kindred EP) but Four Tet not so much.

I'm currently listening to Magma's first album, it's a double concept album about aliens or some shit with all the lyrics sung in a fictional language that the band made up themselves (Sigur Ros did the same thing except Magma did it decades before, this album came out in 1970). It's kind of like prog rock mixed with avant-garde jazz and shit. It's pretty good.

Some people call it "zeuhl".
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Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 647469

oh and over the course of the last couple days, I listened to all of Philip Glass's symphonies, because he is premiering his 11th symphony on his 80th birthday and I wanted to familiarize myself with the one's he already did a bit. The only ones I didn't listen to were the ones based on Bowie albums because I am not familiar with the albums they are based on.

I like the 2nd, 5th, 9th and 10th the best. As far as his other compositions go, I love some of his film soundtracks, especially the one for Dracula, and I also love the collaboration he did with Ravi Shankar.

I think Glass is my overall favorite composer right now. But I've also been digging Ralph Vaughn Williams, especially his 2nd symphony.

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 647470

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fuck forgot pic (I made this myself in MS Paint)

BananaPudding 647471

Elicoor13(at work) 647474

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So I was fucking around on the bandcamp stuff for the label Temporary Residence and holy hell there are some gems here. Like Mogwai's latest, the new Mono record coming out, and my boy Eluvium dropping a legit conceptual album. So yeah, I'm hype as fuck. Gonna post some samples from it here.

First half of a Mono song(there aren't anything other than trailers atm, this is sorta a live version):

Live version from Lyon:

Eluvium's latest track out is supposed to be reminiscent of a fugue state, which I see totally:

New Mogwai album is out and is super sountrack-y:



Also this remix of The Motion Makes Me Last is enough to make me like the actual song. All the off-beats make the track angular as hell and fun to listen to.


Burial is great, I mean, there's a reason people on /mu/ started shitting on him as being "meme music" back in 2012.

I can totally see not liking Four Tet. The way he incorporates samples is annoying, because sometimes he likes to take all the momentum of a track away just to show you all his new samples instead of just incorporating them naturally.

Also I'm a little annoyed at how often he uses the basic "four on the floor" house beat, but then again he's a house guy, sorta. I mean, micro/outsider house but still...I get that 4/4 is a nice place to start with poly-rhythms, but damn dude. It gets a little bit predictable.

Man, back in the /vinyl/ days, we had a guy who was an expert on zeuhl. I've heard some Magma, but not that album. I should check it out.

Since I've been getting into minimalism, I've been trying to get into Phillip Glass. I'm still not sure about him, but in general I see what everyone else sees in him. I'll have to check out some of those symphonies too.

algol 647483

I keep relistening to this album because I love everything about their aesthetic. It's quite genius in a way.
This label has bretty gud bands as well.

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 647677

I think me and my friend just invented kotoflutenoise.

copypasted from the /mu/ thread I posted it in:

So I ordered this album on vinyl from discogs because I couldn't find it available to listen ANYWHERE online:

Kinichi Nakanoshima โ€“ Koto And Flute (1968, I think)

...however, there's a catch. I had to use my friend's record player to record the audio off of the vinyl record, and even though we literally just took it out of the box today, it apparently sucks because the quality is AWFUL.

HOWEVER I think it actually sounds really good, at low volume. It kinda sounds like traditional koto and flute playing but put through this industrial/harsh noise filter that gives it this really bizarre, interesting aesthetic that I don't think was ever intended.

Like, this was supposed to be beautiful koto and flute playing but instead it's all noisy and abrasive.

update: according to a different friend, it doesn't sound this way because the record player is shitty. he said it was recorded way too loud, and the computer couldn't handle it properly, and it's full of clipping.

he also said it sounds kind of like Merzbeat. we both like it.

links to download:

Track 1: http://www67.zippyshare.com/v/BO1mlpHa/file.html

Tracks 2 and 3 (as one file, friend didn't split them before he sent them to me, sorry): http://www67.zippyshare.com/v/XyDwx0M4/file.html
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Indy 647785

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You know, I honestly think this is the best hip hop album of the past 20 years. It's just so damn perfect

Starshine!SprintMJXo 647789

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When the praises go up~
The blessings come down

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 647797


I can't say I disagree.

Skinny!Trips0zvVM 647810

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The new Wreck and Reference LP is a strong front-runner for AOTY. Best darkwave record in years.


Indy 647890

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>the final 3 minutes of Runaway

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 647892

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so many 10/10 moments on the album




>Jumpin' out the windowwwww

>Lettin' everythan goooo

>Nicki's verse on Monster (best verse of her entire career)




Indy 647893

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โ˜ฒ Prince Ember Storm!SNowbAlLfo 647894

Indy 647939


Starshine!SprintMJXo 647947

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Aw shit dude, fuck yeah.

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 647960


that's my AOTY

Indy 647985

It would be mine if not for A Moon Shaped Pool

Admiral 647987

I've listened to it cover to cover a couple times. I don't think I get it.

Indy 647989

It's admittedly pale in comparison to SILY. But if you can appreciate it on it's own it's a fun summer album


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Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 648002


AMSP is also very good


I couldn't even finish it, some of those songs just make me cringe

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 648082

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been listening to a lot of Steve Reich the last couple days

in particular I like his "Drumming" piece ( https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IrQCYW6fv60 ), his composition for six pianos ( https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9fHTF8Qu0tg ) and his reinterpretation of Radiohead's music ( https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL1AYloqb5OBqN2Wb832999AgK_xhhSiDA ) is cool. also Piano Phase ( https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i0345c6zNfM ) and Come Out To Show Them (I don't think the full version of this one is on youtube).

also holy fuck I just discovered that "Tribal Ambient" is an actual genre and it's awesome. ( https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_VBIZIb34Pk&index=2&list=WL ) ( https://rateyourmusic.com/genre/Tribal+Ambient/ )

Heavy Mole 648085

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Check out Electric Counterpoint.

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 648235

Can anyone help me find a good guide to 21st-century classical music?

The best I can find through googling is some top 10 lists, but that's not really enough. Wikipedia has a huge list of 21st-century composers, but most of their music is IMPOSSIBLE to find, either legally or by pirating.

I just don't get it. Finding 20th-century classical music is easy, and every century before then even easier. But it seems almost impossible to learn about 21st-century classical. There's evidence it exists, but I can't find any way to really get into it.

I'm wondering if it's one of those "it takes time for the cream to rise" situations, where we won't know who the greatest composers of this generation were until decades after they were active. But you would just think with the internet it would be really easy to learn about this stuff...

Indy 648236

Check out Max Richter

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 648272


will do

>tfw came home from Starbucks and I could hear jazz blaring from the house

>wondering why the fuck my pleb brother is listening to jazz
>go inside
>he brought his good stereo from the basement up into the living room and hooked my new record player up to it, and was playing my vinyl copy of Miles Davis' In A Silent Way for me

I've got the best brother ever. I've got a legit setup now. I just need to get a real collection of records.

Elicoor13!TWIjJoyces 648277

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Postan pure Hybernian waifu music.

Basically it's like what if Tegan and Sarah was Irish, also a little broker and slightly folk punky. Also if you have headphones, I'd suggest listening to them that way.

There's some interesting vocal counterpoint that I'm not sure is entirely intentional. Like, sure there are harmonies, but there's this whole other thing going on with their voices. Like...when the one sister goes all high and slightly shrill, the quietness of the other sister's voice layers well and you get this weird sorta layer-cake of vocal sounds that's super nice. But it's not for everybody. I also might be making too much of this, but I've spent a lot of time listening to one of their albums. So pardon if I get a little autistic with it.



And a live version of Margie(the previous song) in Gaelic(for the first half)!



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Elicoor13!TWIjJoyces 648278

postan Nurse With Wound too.




it's part of a concept album about being shipwrecked on an island. This is basically just a bunch of garbled radio transmissions, thematically.

To get it all, you kinda need the whole album, which I can post if anyone's interested.
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Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 648412

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my digital music collection has surpassed 100gigs...if only my vinyl/CD collection could as well...


I think I've heard Nurse With Wound before.

Indy v2.0 648511

How can Billy Joel be so based? Scenes from an Italian Restaurant is a masterpiece of music
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๐Ÿˆ๐ŸˆKaticus๐Ÿˆ๐Ÿˆ 648547

I'm going to see a band called Too Many Zooz with some friends on the 20th. Not sure what to expect but it should be fun.

Elicoor13!TWIjJoyces 648587

Soooo...I'm really considering uploading just a bunch of random mega links here. Would anyone be interested in some free music?

I probably will not be able to do more than one folder every few hours or so, but yeah.

Here's one. Some I Am A Lake of Burning Orchids:



btw, I can't find this guy anywhere anymore, so this is kinda rare now. He used to have a bandcamp, but that's deleted now.


>much darker and more complex than Morning/hands

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Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 648633


I like free music but honestly I'm not really interested in these particular genres. I burn myself out on ambient and shoegaze ages ago so a combination of them doesn't sound too appealing to me.

I just wrote a mini-review for a modern Japanese classical spectralism album if anyone wants to read it...
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I'll check these out later this week when I can download them. Noise rock is becoming one of my favorite genres ever. Coconuts' self titled album was fucking great noisegaze-ish stuff that I heard recently, although it got pretty repetitive a few tracks in.

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 648679

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>Noise rock is becoming one of my favorite genres ever.

here ya go (if you don't have it already)
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Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 648721

FRIENDLY REMINDER that Frank Ocean is actually releasing a new album on Friday, and you should be hyped for it.

Heavy Mole 648731

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We'll see about that.

Dodg 648732

I've heard a lot of those but didn't really consider them all to be traditional noise rock, that's a wide variety of subgenres there.

algol 648735

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So I just found out about this dude. Pretty neat stuff. He's a tuvan singer and while spending 30 years in jail on a crime he didn't commit, he invented his own style of music.

Dooger 648882

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>when smashmouth is on tv and everyone in the room starts roasting them

Elicoor13!TWIjJoyces 649018

Hey guys, sorry for not uploading more. Anyway, here's some more stuff!

Haunted Horses - Watcher
>dark post-punky no-wave

sample(sorry for the live recording)


Current 93 - Black Ships Ate The Sky
>neo-folk, spoken word, freak folk, a few variations on spiritual music




Eluvium - Nightmare Endings(FLAC)
>post-rock(sorta?), ambient, piano music




And in case anyone doesn't have it, why not add this?

Godspeed - Lift Yr Skinny Fists
>post-rock, field recordings, a fucking classic


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Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 649019

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sometimes I think Faust's self-titled is the greatest rock album ever made. this is a different album, though. here's the self-titled: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Epuga2JoF8A

"Are we supposed to be or not to be?"
Said the angel to the Queen
I lift up my skirt and Voltaire turns
As he speaks, his mouth full of garlic

White, yes, white
Miss fortune of us two
He told you to be free
And you obeyed

We have to decide which is important
A war we never see or a street so black
Babies die, a system and a theory
Or our wish to be free

To organize and analyze
And at the end realize
That nobody knows
If it really happened.
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Indy v2.0 649021

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50 years ago today, one of the most influential and greatest rock albums came out

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 649022

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are you the one who posted this exact same thing to /mu/?

Indy v2.0 649023

I just made this one http://boards.4chan.org/mu/thread/66928999

but not the other one

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 649024


not really a Beatles fan but I think I prefer Rubber Soul and/or Abbey Road

Eleanor Rigby is a great song though

Indy v2.0 649025

Revolver was one of the first albums I ever heard and I fell in love with it

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 649026


that's cool. I know that it was very advanced technically for the time, but to me it mostly sounds like boring pop rock. I mean they definitely made great melodies and hooks but I just don't think they're worthy of being called GOAT. but I wasn't introduced to The Beatles when I was young. I never listened to a full album by them until I had heard a lot of much weirder rock music. so maybe that's why.

Indy v2.0 649029

I was very young when I was introduced to The Beatles. Like 2nd or 3rd grade. Revolver and 1 were put on very heavy rotation during that time.

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 649037


alright I'm listening to it now, on I'm Only Sleeping currently

gotta admit it's pretty good, but the problem so far is that Eleanor Rigby is SO fucking good that it makes the other songs seem completely boring by comparison.

Eleanor Rigby might be one of the saddest songs I've ever heard. I wish the whole album had feels like that.

Heavy Mole 649040

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>I wish the whole album had feels like that.
I used to think that about several favorite albums of mine from that time period, but I've come to appreciate the art of dealing with moods and feelings in measured proportion. A lot of contemporary artists could stand to learn something from that. Apropos to psychedelic-era Beatles, a good example of a group like that is Tame Impala. "Tomorrow Never Knows" is one of my favorite Beatles songs and really unlike anything they did before or after, but if you made a whole album out of that "sound" you'd get something like Lonerism.

Heavy Mole 649041

To that point, in fact, I would say that Revolver is an album that combines diverse elements superlatively well. A friend of mine once observed that every track on that record represents a different sub-genre of rock.

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 649042


I've never seen the comparison of Beatles to Tame Impala even though people always make it. Kevin Parker is a completely different kind of singer and I would say Tame Impala's general sound is closer to The Flaming Lips and other neo-psych.
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Heavy Mole 649045

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The vocals, and the way the bass and drums are mixed, and the "studio as instrument" orchestration style reminiscent of some of their music from that period. Lyrically also some of that John/Paul tension is there too, the split between hopeless dreamer and sexy showman which informed so much of the Beatles' music.

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 649207

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so here's a pretty great newer album by legendary rapper Kool Keith. I'd listened to several of his albums and liked most of them a lot, but until today this slipped under my radar. highly recommend it. here's a particularly standout track:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qA_D-LarZFk (note: pretty explicit lyrics, even for hip-hop)
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Elicoor13 649224

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so i've been listening to boredoms lately, and damn if they aren't fascinating. pop tatari is pretty insane; bore now bore is probably one of my favorite tracks, along with tv ramones and i am cola.

it's pretty interesting to see a group dedicated to the concept of "absolute music" in such a nihilistic way.

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 649226


yeah pop tatari is pretty good

Elicoor13 649279

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yeah. i just got done listening to their first EP and goddamn if it isn't weirdly punk as fuck. anal by anal is this noisey chaotic clusterfuck of pure disdain. it's hard to say i like it, but i kinda do. it's got this feral "i don't give a fuck, so listen to me wander around the studio making weird ass noises" energy that no other punk record could really capture.

boredoms are pretty goddamn great tbh. i'm gonna try to find as many of their albums and post them here as mega links. this shit is too...insane.

Crimson Risk !RISkQqf4EM 649464

Elicoor13 649557

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so i gave yeezus another go just now. it's better than i remember, but it's not "objective 10/10" like all the shitposters and neo-/mu/-fags say it is. there are quality tracks, and it's definitely an interesting direction.

that being said, damn if chief keef doesn't feel like the weakest link. i liked the production on hold my liquor, and i even liked some of the singing from kanye; but chief keef brought nothing. the only feature i really liked was king l. like, the singing features by frank ocean, justin vernon and assassin weren't bad; but king l's verse and his hook was...it sounded better than kanye's verse. plus it was nice to hear a bar that wasn't just kanye wank. kanye's verse had a ton of swagger, which is partially why send it up isn't trash to me, but swagger and attitude don't carry weak ass "in the club" repetition.

guilt trip is probably the weakest song for me, mostly because it's just...i don't really remember anything i enjoyed except the production, and even that was okay. the fact that kanye sounded better than cudi on that track kinda said something about cudi.

i'm in it was gonna be another track i was gonna talk trash about, but his punchline made me have to stop and laugh. swaghili...goddamn yeezy.

otherwise, the rest of the songs are enjoyable enough, but kanye brought weaker bars than he did on mdbtf. at the same time tho, he kinda makes it work, because this is an edifice to kanye's ego. the bars are weak(except on black skinhead, new slaves and arguably bound 2) because kanye was obviously more interested in the production.

all in all, 7/10.

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 649558


you should listen to Old Time Relijun. try the album Uterus And Fire.


I unironically love Yeezus and think it's almost on par with MBDTF as his best album.

Anonymous 649573

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would you believe me if i said i once heard half that album at a party once? olympia is fun, it's a shame i don't live there.

yeezus was enjoyable for me, but it's overhyped to hell and back.

with a bit of perspective now, i'm not sure if chief keef is the worst feature. cudi's feature was such a non-event, except for how much better he made kanye sound. i mean, that could have been an odd artistic move on yeezy's part, making sure to get features he knew wouldn't outshine him and make him look better. it makes sense given that this album is all about kanye's god complex(whether manufactured or real), and if the album is a critique of kanye's ego it makes more sense.

i don't think kanye had that in mind, but with death of the author, it makes yeezus much more fun to listen to. plus it gives the album's lyrics a depth that some people said was "expected with beats this experimental". hell, it's fun to see yeezus and kanye's hype about it as a sort of performance art piece.

kanye's albums have always been about him, and looking at the body of his work like that makes a weird ammount of sense. like, he's not some brilliant post-modern artist or whatever, but he has kinda unintentionally made himself a metaphor.

look at his meltdowns about life of pablo and him begging for money on twitter, he's become a caricature of the egotistical celebrity brought low by his own hubris. it's a fun thougth experiment, and yeezus and the hype/fallout from it makes it more plausible.

i'm sorry, i'm rambling. basically, yeezus is fun to analyze, partially because of the spectacle that is kanye's life.

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 649578

>making sure to get features he knew wouldn't outshine him and make him look better

I can believe this, I mean think about it his previous album MBDTF had a fuckton of features who obviously outshined him on almost every track (even Nicki Minaj, Rick Ross and Jay-Z managed to sound better than him).

I also see what you mean about the whole public spectacle of his life. For me it seems, the "College Trilogy" was Kanye's rise to fame and showcasing his production and rapping talent. They obviously have his best verses from a technical and lyrical standpoint, and I'm pretty sure they have the most production that was COMPLETELY done by him. By comparison, MBDTF and Yeezus are less lyrical and less technical BUT he works with literally 20+ producers to make these monsterous masterpieces of beats/instrumentals that you really just don't hear anywhere else in hip-hop (you could argue about Yeezus being influenced by the underground industrial/noise-hop scene but as far as MBDTF goes, I don't think there is another rap album that sounds like it).

And as Kanye associates himself with more and more big names, and becomes more and more famous, and loved, and hated, and scrutinized, etc. his ego grows and grows until he literally sees himself as a god. Like, people will defend some of the things he does as being self-aware but watch any actual interview with Kanye and you will realize this dude has no self-awareness, at all. He really thinks he's a god, he really thinks he's the greatest artist of our generation.

He says what he wants and he says it because he believes it and he has no filter. It would actually really surprise me if Kanye was ever caught in a big lie because he has always been honest for better or worse. I mean he publicly admitted that he was millions of dollars in debt. He has acknowledged in his lyrics that his own wife is famous basically for being a slut and making a sex tape with another rapper who fell off, and he raps about this like he's proud of it.

But at the same time, you can tell that even with his ego, and the absolutely ridiculous things he says, he does try his best. That's the problem--in some areas (ex: music) his best is amazing, but in other areas (ex: fashion or the public eye) his best is terrible. But have you ever noticed how even though he has two children now, he almost never allows them to be photographed, especially without himself present? I have a feeling that he knows his ego will destroy his children's lives if he lets it, just like any other celebrity family.

And then you've got 808s, which was like a midpoint for his career, and critically it was kind of a flop yet it turned out to be his most influential album. It literally paved the way for rappers like Drake to be as successful as they are, because Kanye made it okay to be vulnerable, and honest, and emotional in ways that you didn't see a lot in mainstream hip-hop. That's why Graduation's sales versus that 50 Cent album's sales was such a big deal, because Graduation outselling that album was almost like a signification of the death of gansgta rap for good.

And now here we are, and gangsta rap isn't very popular anymore. People want conscious shit like Kendrick and J Cole, or emotional shit like Drake, or dumb trap shit like Young Thug and Future. The classic gangsta rapper from the 90s is no longer relevant. And Kanye played a huge role in that.

Oh, and one more thing: I don't think TLOP was a complete dud, but I do think it is his worst, and I think that he had no clue what he really wanted to do with that album. It almost seems to me like he released it just because people wanted him to so badly. If that's really the best he can do now, then I think it may be the beginning of him falling off.
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๐Ÿˆ๐ŸˆKaticus๐Ÿˆ๐Ÿˆ 649625

Its a 10. I skip tracks on MBDTF but Yeezus is just good cover to cover for me.

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 649627

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On another note though, I have been getting into Indian classical music today (as in from India, not "Native Americans").

I have been listening to Ravi Shankar, who is one of the most well-known Indian classical artists. In the 60s he worked with George Harrison of The Beatles and also the minimalism composer Philip Glass. He was also an influence on other rock bands such as The Doors and The Rolling Stones.

One of the albums I listened to was Three Ragas from 1956:


From what I understand, a "raga" is to Indian classical music what a "standard" is to American jazz music. They are improvisations/reinterpretations based on previously composed works. Improvisation is a huge thing in Indian classical music, which really separates it from most western classical music that has a huge emphasis on composition.

The most common instruments on Indian classical music are the sitar and drums and I think the flute as well. I find it to be very mesmerizing and trance-like when I listen.

Crimson Risk !RISkQqf4EM 649660

Elicoor13!TWIjJoyces 649820

Eluvium - Talk Amongst the Trees

>guitar drones layered with a ton of effects, ambient, my favorite album from this guy





I Am A Lake of Burning Orchids - Innocence

>straight up noise, some sorta electronic beats, IAALBO's most harsh, noisy effort





I Am The Last of The Field That Fell(A Channel) - Current 93
>neo-folk, spoken word, jazz, collaborations with Nick Cave and John Zorn amongst others





Broken Hymns, Limbs, and Skin - O'Death






If anyone still wants that Nurse With Wound album, here it is btw:

Shipwreck Radio Volume One

>power electronics, ambient, concept album


Samples are here:
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Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 649841


>Eluvium - Talk Amongst the Trees

>>guitar drones layered with a ton of effects, ambient, my favorite album from this guy

>I Am The Last of The Field That Fell(A Channel) - Current 93

>>neo-folk, spoken word, jazz, collaborations with Nick Cave and John Zorn amongst others

I downloaded these, thanks.

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 649855

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Have you ever thought, "Man, rappers really talk about sex too much, I sure wish there was an album where they didn't do that"?

Well, too bad, because this album is nothing but sex:


...but it's Kool Keith, so it's really good. Keith is a top 10 all-time rapper for sure. He's insanely prolific and diverse, working with great producers, using multiple personas (similar to MF DOOM but weirder), and using complex rhyme schemes and just really great lyricism.

He gets silly and whacky but he still keeps it real at the same time. As soon as he's on a track, you know it's him, his voice is unmistakable. Here's a guide to his full discography, including collaborations with other rappers, mixtapes, bootlegs, compilations etc.:


Anonymous 649857

algol 649906

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Hey fags, just some top tier percussion coming through.

Dodger 650177

Boris is so fucking good, horey shittu

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 650322

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Biggie or Pac, /chat/?


I grew up with Tupac. He has some classic singles that I'll always love, and his influence on post-90s west coast hip hop was greater than pretty much anyone else's, but the dude was way too poppy and formulaic tbh. He was so afraid to do anything different than what got him popular. But what he did was good, and really smart. He reminds me of Kendrick in that you can't just listen to his albums to get the full picture of what makes him great, you gotta check out his guest verses.

I'm a lot less familiar with Biggie, but I love what I've heard. Ready To Die is really really good. Biggie can paint a picture and tell a story, you can really hear a lot of his influence in so many different artists, from Doom to Drake. If there was a controlled environment for the sake of a test, I'd bet money that Biggie would be one of the most universally enjoyed hip hop artists ever.


Not to say that Biggie isn't poppy and formulaic too, but he definitely doesn't get as old as Tupac nearly as fast. You can actually listen to a full Biggie album start to finish without it getting tired. Tupac is more digestible in a Greatest Hits format than a studio album.

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 650493


Yeah I pretty much agree with this.

I think Biggie has a waaay better flow, like Pac has a good flow but Biggie just has so much charisma and personality and can really deliver great punchlines. Pac has a unique voice and you always know it's him but compared to Biggie his rapping is pretty meh. I would say Biggie is the better lyricist too.

However, I think the beats on All Eyez On Me are definitely better than the beats on Ready To Die--the beats of RtD are pretty basic for the most part, typical 90s stuff, but the beats on All Eyez are super groovy and funky and cool. That said...why the fuck is it two hours and twelve minutes long??? Like holy shit, that's longer than the last three Swans albums. I tried listening to the whole thing last night, and made it through an hour and a half before I was just like "fuck, I can't focus on this anymore."

Biggie's album was long but not much longer than the average 90s rap album. I will say though, it had waaay too many skits. The only skit I liked was the one about people trying to break into his house, that was pretty funny, but the sex one and the blowjob one? Really? And then there were a bunch of stupid phone call skits and skits where Big just goes on and on about how rich and badass he is and it's like "dude we get it just start fucking rapping already." I swear skits must have taken up practically a fourth of that album. Even the first track is basically a four-minute skit. Gimme The Loot should have been the opener because that song is fantastic.

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 650494


Want to add to this, I would say Nas and GZA and Rakim are all better 90s rappers than Biggie or Pac. I really don't believe that Biggie and Pac are the greatest of all time like everyone says, I appreciate the cultural influence they had but they are just not the greatest...I feel like if you actually listen to more albums from the "golden era" you will realize that pretty quickly.


I thought Biggies skits were a lot more engaging than Nas' endless shoutouts to da homies, lul

Biggie and Pac are most likely some of your favorite rappers' favorite rappers. Tupac had that genuine believable hard Death Row gangsta vibe with an intelligent and conscious wit that let him break barriers, Biggie perfected the classy heartful came-from-nothing black mafioso aesthetic that Bad Boy pioneered. If you value hits and not just full LPs then they're right up there.

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 650503


>Tupac had that genuine believable hard Death Row gangsta vibe with an intelligent and conscious wit that let him break barriers

ehhh...I think that's kind of a stretch. Tupac's personality/lyrical themes were extremely inconsistent.

on one track he'll be gloating about how much he robs and shoots people, and then on another he'll be preaching nonviolence and peace and telling kids to get up off the streets. or he'll be calling women bitches and hoes only good for fuckin', then on the next track he tries to be all sensual and loving and treat the babes right.

I guess you're right about valuing hits more than LPs, but I prefer artists who have good full LPs and All Eyez On Me is just a bloated mess to me. I mean like I said, the beats are good, and Pac is a good rapper, but he just can't decide if he wants to be a hardcore gansgta or some kind of peaceful messiah. I think history tends to remember him as peaceful, but he literally had THUG LIFE tattooed across his chest. If you wanted conscious rap from the 90s, there were SO many better options. The Roots, A Tribe Called Quest, even Nas qualifies as conscious in a way.

Indy v2.0 650512

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Dodger 650759

How DOOM hold heat then preach non-violence?
Shhh, he about to start the speech, c'mon, silence

He doesn't have to be consistent because he isn't writing a manifesto, he's speaking his mind and sharing his perspective


lmao, poor little georgie

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 650857

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AJJ, formerly Andrew Jackson Jihad, released a new album yesterday.


Indy v2.0 651158

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He is soft and warm like mashed potato

Elicoor13(at work) 651696

So I found this on the AJJ bandcamp thingy, and holy fuck if it's not actually good.

It's just so much more pained than the original. It has less anger tho, but it's still pretty great.

AJJ - All The Dead Kids / VNICRร˜N


for reference, this is the original:


Also I found a really awesome remix of Tonto, by Four Tet.

Original, for comparison's sake:



I like how Four Tet basically keeps the grooves, but turns the main riff into a super distorted synth bass line.
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โ˜ฒ Prince Ember Storm!SNowbAlLfo 651711

Holy fuck this prog band is absolutely amazing. Is it just me or is it like a younger, more modern Echolyn?

Thank You Scientist - "Mister Invisible"

Elicoor13(@ work) 651712

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no more capslock. But I'm hype

I'm hype for it, I really liked When it Rain. I hope there's another track all about eating pussy, just because that shit is always fun.

>more like XXX but with noise

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Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 651713


already seen it fam

I'm hype as well

I read somewhere that supposedly he is going back to his more raw XXX sound and adding noise elements, instead of the EDM sound on Old that a lot of people disliked.
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Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 651714

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Jazz legend Bobby Hutcherson has died at 75. I didn't know about him because I only recently got into jazz, but apparently he was pretty much the best vibraphone player of all time. I didn't really know what a vibraphone was either until I looked it up, but now that I'm listening to one of his albums I can easily tell which instrument it is. It sounds a little bit whacky but I like it. The album is Dialogue from 1965, his first as a band leader. He released a ton of albums on the famous Blue Note label (I've enjoyed some of their other releases, I have a guide to it if anyone wants it).

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 651914

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 651915

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also happy 45th birthday Richard D James

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Heavy Mole 651917

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Better than a cup of coffee! Now I wanna pick up a guitar.


Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 651956

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oh, and it was also Lil B's birthday yesterday. he is 27 now.

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โ›ต 652073

Indy v2.0 652086

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The feels this album gives me is 2damnhigh ;__;


Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 652094


Too Many Zooz tomorrow w/ my friend and her stoner cousins from England, im bringin some of that good shit.
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Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 652205

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 652277






๐Ÿˆ๐ŸˆKaticus๐Ÿˆ๐Ÿˆ 652574

Concert was dope, good band. Gonna see Oneohtrix Point Never next week.

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 652575

>Gonna see Oneohtrix Point Never next week.

lucky bastard

what's your favorite album by him?

mine is Eccojamsno I am not memeing, I think it's a masterpiece

๐Ÿˆ๐ŸˆKaticus๐Ÿˆ๐Ÿˆ 652578

I've only heard G.O.D. and Replica. I'll probably listen to more if the concert is good, thats usually how it goes.

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 652580


I've heard OPN isn't nearly as good live as he is on album... I mean almost everything he does is completely electronic, it's not created with performance in mind...

Indy v2.0 652711

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Elicoor13!TWIjJoyces 652785

Okay, so I heard this today and goddamn if Young Thug isn't decent on this. Like, you can understand what he's saying for the most part. Like, he's obviously moving past just doing crazy vocalizations, but I hope he doesn't ditch that. His vocal performance on Drippin was probably one of his most interesting yet.

He's sorta overexposed, but he's getting better. Like, I didn't like Barter 6, and I wasn't a big fan of I'm Up or Slime Seasons 1 and 2, but after Slime Season 3 and this...I might be hype for a Young Thug album.

Also Freddie Gibbs is good on this track.


A$AP Ferg is on it too. His verse is fun, and the abruptness of the end was kinda fun. Like, he's got personality and he made the most inventive verse. But Freddie has probably the best verse for sheer grit and shit.

Like, I enjoy Ferg's verse, but I think Freddie has the best verse overall. Thug's verse is the weakest, but that is kinda expected. It was smart to put him on the first verse and the hook.
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Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 652863


>Young Thug

I think you mean Jefferey.


The beat on what you posted is nice though. Sounds a lot better than the average trap beats that Thugger usually rides. Not a big fan of A$AP Ferg or Freddie Gibbs honestly.

Have you heard 1017 Thug? It's a mixtape that came out before Barter 6 and IMO it's the best thing he did.

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 653087

the new De La Soul album is out

also Jeffery (formerly Young Thug) and Travis Scott are both releasing albums tonight (likely midnight)
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Starshine!SprintMJXo 653088

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>want to listen to some Lindsheaven Virtual Plaza
>my bookmarks for LVP albums on YouTube have all been marked as private
>briefly panic, search for the albums I'm looking for
>find alternate uploads for all of them
Thank god

Have some euphoria:

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 653094

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here's the cover art for Jeffery
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Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 653290

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Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 654170

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Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 654278

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So I listened to some of Nas' albums that aren't Illmatic today, I Am and The Lost Tapes. I Am apparently gets a lot of hate, I can see why but I thought there were more good tracks than bad tracks, it felt like a darker version of Illmatic in some ways. I liked it.

But The Lost Tapes was REALLY good, I can't believe they are what Nas considered throwaway tracks. It felt like a real album with a consistent theme of staying positive, believing in a better future for yourself and others, staying determined, etc., but also remembering how gritty and difficult and violent life can be for people who are less fortunate than you (ex: the people Nas left behind in his hood when he blew up and got rich and famous as a rapper, although I think the message is universal in a way). I loved it. The beats weren't amazing but they were solid. It's his rapping and lyricism that make it.

I feel like so few modern rappers actually care about lyricism, at least in the mainstream, which is a shame.

Indy v2.0 654354

God's Son is really good too

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 654401

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It is the 11th anniversary of this masterpiece today.

Listen to it.

Indy v2.0 654456

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18:20 is will always be my favorite moment in all of music tbh

Starshine!SprintMJXo 654478

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Indy v2.0 654483

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I'd be lying if I said I havent cried to that album on multiple occasions

Skinny!TripsCQs8s 654500

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The new Kaiju record is legit. Dep Medi are fucking gods.


AustroSpike ~Element of Makeshift Moe~ 654591

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>my fabric upon first listening through

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 654593

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>those vocals on Harambe

>that "baba bop bop bop" sample on Kanye West

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 654608

new Isaiah Rashad leaked

he's a rapper on TDE (same label Kendrick Lamar and Schoolboy Q are on).

listening now

it's not bad

very chill and laid back vibes



here it is in v0 (approx. 265kbps as opposed to the original 128 leak, sounds a lot better)



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indy 654713

Anybody have the most recent updated version of The Life of Pablo with Pablo as the last song

Indy v2.0 654981

bumping again for >>654713



I don't have it, sorry. It might be on spotify.

check this out tho: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oH46Cr33-h4&list=WL&index=1 Blue Note - Blue Funk (Various Artists)

basically a mostly-instrumental funk compilation from the famous Blue Note label (which is better known for its jazz releases)


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The Best of Acid Jazz: Jazz Funk Soul Acid Groove

Elicoor13(@work) 655338


I kinda just felt like posting these two songs. They're kinda meh compared to other stuff C93 has done, but they have a good vibe to them. Plus I had kinda an interesting interpretation on what the "soft black stars" could be. Sure there's the obvious Carcosa/King in Yellow reference, but if you look at your pupils, they look a lot like soft black stars. If you take that into account, the album as a whole becomes...interesting.


>Carcosa/King in Yellow reference

you mean from True Detective?

Elicoor13(@work) 655341

Haha, nice joke Chewy. But The King in Yellow is older than True Detective. It's from like, the 1860s.
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I wasn't joking. I didn't know it was a think before the show. :/

Elicoor13(@work) 655349

Sorry, I thought it was. But it's good fam. The King in Yellow is widely responsible for what later came to be called "weird fiction" and was an inspiration for writers like HP Lovecraft, Robert E Howard and Clarke Ashton Smith. I mean, stuff like Vathek was an influence too, but without The King in Yellow, we wouldn't have Cthulhu.

The titular King in Yellow even got smushed into the Lovecraft Mythos as the name for the god Hasthur, who's name was initially a place in the land of Carcosa. Also funnily enough, Lake Hylia from various Zelda games gets it's name from a lake named in a story in The King in Yellow.

And because this is a music thread, here's a song from the so-called "Society of the Yellow Sign".


Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 655667

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Two noteworthy albums just leaked.

>Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds - Skeleton Tree





This thread needs a bump!

I've been listening to OutKast's discography. This is definitely an unpopular opinion, but so far I think Southernplayalisticadillackmuzik (hell of a title!) is their best, with Stankonia as a runner up.

Aquemini and ATLiens just don't really do much for me...I mean they're not bad by any means, but they're both like 6/10s for me. But the other two I mentioned are 8+/10.

Next up is Speakerboxxx/The Love Below. Looking forward to it. Oh, and I have heard Big Boi's solo work, it is very good. I think Andre 3000 is the better rapper though. He has an unmistakable voice.

And there's also this:


Haven't finished the whole thing yet but I've listened to about 45 minutes and it's amazing. Apparently it's a classical composition for four pianos to be played at once. I love the piano, so piano x4 is just a recipe for awesomeness for me. I find it amazing that someone could write something like this--and also that people can play it--and it's three hours long!!

Elicoor13 655967

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2drunk2post links, but the second shins album, "oh inverted world" is why indie pop/rock crushed the charts for a while in the mid 00's. like, it's hella cozy and has a solid ear for melody.

new slang has this cute surf-rock solo in it. also stuff like the caring is creepy and girl on the wing are just solid indie tunes, like, caring is creepy is this perfect album opening that drips indie charm. girl on the wing comes near the end point of the album and is this kinda glitzy yet not dancey track that injects some energy into what migh have just been a "teehee, so indie" twee affair.

like, seriously, oh inverted world was a near perfect top 40 indie album. the shins basically made two good albums, and oh inverted world is obviously the superior one. like, i fuck with wincing the night away, but it's not as compulsively listenable as oh inverted world.

7/10 it's pretty great. enjoyable enough for me to have a physical copy of.

drunk elicoor out.

like, modest mouse is an example of what mainstream indie could do when it was let to be kinda weird, but the shins were this indie pop phenomenon that was either all the mid 00's indie tropes, or it founded a lot of them. like, it's stupid how influential they were, for about 10 minutes. like, they even moved to seattle at one point. they were like, what every other indie band desperately hoped to be. it's kinda funny they were from new mexico.
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๐Ÿˆ๐ŸˆKaticus๐Ÿˆ๐Ÿˆ 655982

I've been going through the NIN discography. Pretty Hate Machine is good catchy bondage-core, but wow TDS is just on a whole nother plane, like how is this just their second album lmao. Its so loud and weird, I'm surprised it was so popular. More sonically interesting, better songwriting, more cohesive, just wish I could make out more of the lyrics.

Haven't heard The Fragile yet but With Teeth is great too. Its more pop like Pretty Hate Machine, but a bit more interesting, with some really good songwriting. Like, its not nearly as loud as their older stuff, but it feels so much more sinister. Only is definitely my favorite song of theirs.
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Elicoor13 656018

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>oh inverted world came out in 2001

fuck, new slang was fucking virulent. like, from that mc donalds ad in the 2002 olympics to garden state in 2004, it just expanded.

it also makes perfect sense that the frontman licensed his song to hell and back. he was like, the first indie guy to try that who was successful.

also it's impressive to realize that the shins basically helped sub-pop stay relevant.

Anonymous 656248

M.E.S.H. - Optimate

Was played on kode9's Residency show. Weirdest thing I've heard this year, yet innate and curious.

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 656856

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I've been getting into Terry Riley.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hy3W-3HPMWg&list=FL1mGcjD8cGrym7gFBHFcy2Q&index=13 <<<this album/piece almost made me cry because I listened to it right after hearing some really bad news about a good friend and it was just so beautiful and I was thinking about my friend while I listened and how I may never get to tell him about how beautiful the music was...but anyways, I don't need to get too into all that ITT.

Here's yet another fantastic piece by possibly my favorite composer, Philip Glass: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZNsVwBv_jcw&list=FL1mGcjD8cGrym7gFBHFcy2Q&index=10

Here's a fantastic indie rock album by a Pavement side project called "Silver Jews", this is back when indie rock was good: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=68qOuQ7kzu8&index=6&list=FL1mGcjD8cGrym7gFBHFcy2Q

This is a psychedelic drone album by Tangerine Dream, a hugely influential band from the 70s: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rjvF36gzLF8&list=FL1mGcjD8cGrym7gFBHFcy2Q&index=2

๐Ÿˆ๐ŸˆKaticus๐Ÿˆ๐Ÿˆ 656950

I still dont like most trap but Denzel Curry is actually a good lyricist, im liking Imperial.

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 656956


check out Rodeo by Travis Scott, it's easily the best trap album (and one of the only great ones)

also Young Thug's new project 'Jeffery' is pretty good.

and you've probably heard this already but Flockaveli

๐Ÿˆ๐ŸˆKaticus๐Ÿˆ๐Ÿˆ 656965

i like Imperial because it has so many non-trap elements. reminds me a lot of B4.DA.$$, but with more of a Bandcamp feel.

Elicoor13 657040

what good EPs have come ot this year? the only two i paid attention to were popestar and wriggle.

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 657041


untitled unmastered by Kendrick Lamar

also some people consider elseq by Autechre to be a set of five EPs, but most consider it to be a colossal album.
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Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 657139

Really Doe by Danny Brown featuring Ab-Soul, Earl Sweatshirt and Kendrick Lamar:


[ hype for Danny's new album intensifies ]
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Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 657141

I got some obscure yoga/meditation music CDs from my yoga teacher today and ripped them to my computer, so I figure I'll share them.

Various Artists - Namaste Yoga

>New age, Indian classical, spiritual shit


here's Namaste Massage:

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Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 657222

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post em boys

other albums I've really enjoyed from this year:

Birds In The Trap Sing McKnight by Travis Scott
Jeffery by Young Thug
Lil Boat by Lil Yachty
In The End His Voice Will Be The Sound Of Paper by Trondheim Jazz Orchestra, Kim Myhr, & Jenny Hval
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!gEapIYWEa2 657295

I don't usually bump music threads, but I forgot to sage the other one.

Listening: Agnus Dei by some choir
Top Tier: Diggy Diggy Hole https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ytWz0qVvBZ0
God Tier: Storytime https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HN7i1QEYDlI
Dog Tier: APPLEBLOOM https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JH8eRff9DCs

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 657376

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>NASA launched the Voyager 1 and 2 spacecrafts in 1977 to explore the outer reaches of the cosmos. The Voyager 1 left our solar system in 2013, and the Voyager 2 is not far behind it. Attached to each of these spacecrafts is a 12-inch gold-plated phonograph record that told the story of Earthโ€™s history through sound and images. Curated by the astronomer Carl Sagan, the Voyager Golden Records contained music and images from around the world, including Bach, Senegalese percussionists, Chuck Berry, panpipes from the Solomon Islands, Blind Willie Johnson, Laurie Spiegelโ€™s electronic version of โ€œKeplerโ€™s Harmony of the Worlds,โ€ spoken greetings from 55 different languages, numerous nature sounds, and โ€œmore than one hundred images encoded in analogโ€ that depicted humankind. In the event extraterrestrial intelligent life encountered the Voyager spacecrafts, instructions were attached to the Golden Recordโ€™s aluminum jacket explaining how to play the message.

>A recently announced Kickstarter campaign by Ozma Records seeks to release a vinyl edition of the Voyager Golden Record for the first time, in celebration of the 40th anniversary of the initial launch. Up until now, the only two physical copies of the Golden Record were attached to the Voyager spacecrafts. According to The New York Times, even Carl Sagan didnโ€™t get a copy of the Golden Record. Ozma is working with the Golden Recordโ€™s producer Timothy Ferris to remaster the audio for the vinyl release.

>If the project reaches its goal, Ozma will release a 3xLP boxset that includes all the music from the original Voyager Golden Record, as well as hardbound book that that includes the recordโ€™s images, photos that the Voyager 1 and 2 sent back to Earth, essays, and more. Twenty percent of the releaseโ€™s proceeds will go to the Carl Sagan Institute at Cornell University.

I want this.


Only thing I liked this year at all was Imperial

Haven't heard Blonde yet tho

really bad year

Elicoor13 657399

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lol, i forgot about zeal and adore.

way to go elicoor.

i kinda missed that one, i'll give it a listen.

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 657414


hell of a lot better than last year honestly

maybe it's just because I like so much /mu/core and pretty much all of the biggest /mu/core artists had a new album this year, and they were all good, great, or outright amazing (Kanye, AnCo, Radiohead, Swans, Death Grips, The Avalanches, and like a dozen others, and that doesn't include all the releases by other artists I'm a fan of, and some new ones, the best of which I put on my chart)

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 657591

it's so amazing how you can constantly discover new kinds of music that are amazing, like it's just endless.

it didn't occur to me until just today to look up classical music that has saxophone in it.


sax isn't really a common instrument in classical but apparently there are a fair amount of pieces that use it and this particular one is really good.


The ones I've heard that you just said were bad.

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 657625


I thought they were great (except maybe Kanye but his was still okay)

๐Ÿˆ๐ŸˆKaticus๐Ÿˆ๐Ÿˆ 657661

I didnt like Wildflower at all, really bad samples imo

Bottomless Pit i deleted after 2 tracks

The Glowing Man was cool but i've only heard it once and don't really have any serious opinions

TLOP was straight up garbage except for like maybe 4 songs. Just like Late Reg :^)

๐Ÿˆ๐ŸˆKaticus๐Ÿˆ๐Ÿˆ 657668

Elicoor13 657669

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i got my roommate into ghost with that song. now he owns popestar and meliora.

i fucking love square hammer tho, the chorus is so much fun.

๐Ÿˆ๐ŸˆKaticus๐Ÿˆ๐Ÿˆ 657670

Meliora had like zero bad tracks

Elicoor13 657672

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>tfw you just now realized that street sects is actually a new band and not some defunct 2010 project like you thought it was
>tfw you recently heard the album and got depressed that "nothing this intense is coming out in noise-rock now"
>tfw you were completely wrong

god loves us and wants us to be happy everybody!

i was going to go "oh well" and say something about one of the tracks that i didn't like, but then i remembered that i pretty much enjoyed that whole album. like...i wasn't as hot as everyone else seemed to be about cirice, but i still liked it. it's pretty amazing how they did that, especially after infestissumam was...it wasn't bad, but it was their most meh in my opinion. like, it kinda felt all over the place. there were great songs and then bleh songs.

meliora on the other hand is just solid album from start to finish.

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 657676

>I didnt like Wildflower at all, really bad samples imo

I thought it was amazing, possibly better than SILY.

>Bottomless Pit i deleted after 2 tracks

That's a real shame because the third track (Spikes) is literally the best track on it, and I don't know why you'd judge an album by two tracks (especially when it's a short album anyways, less than 40 minutes).

>The Glowing Man was cool but i've only heard it once and don't really have any serious opinions

TGM is one of my favorites now but when I first heard it I was like "The fuck is this? I wanted more like To Be Kind" but it grew on me.

>TLOP was straight up garbage except for like maybe 4 songs. Just like Late Reg :^)

>Just like Late Reg :^)

This HAS to be b8. Even if you think LR is one of the worst albums ever made, it is still objectively better than TLOP.
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Elicoor13 657680

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i've given the new street sects album a few listens now, and i think my only critique would be that i wish it was...more industrial i guess? like, if they did a collab with whitehouse and early era prurient, they'd be fucking perfect. because they have the potential to be that, if they're willing to go a little more experimental.

it'd be perfect.

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 657748

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For anyone who is into metal, this may be of interest to you.



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>post whatever you are listening to RIGHT AT THIS MOMENT



Elicoor13 657912

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imma be a massive faggot and jerk off street sects' dick some more.

like, for real, it's not super groundbreaking, in fact it's kinda insultingly easy to get into. sure "and i grew into ribbons" wasn't super avant, in fact it was like...it felt like an elevated version of that kinda shitty industrial music we had to suffer thru in the 90s to early 00s in the mainstream. i think that's what's stopping me from getting more into it. like, it's still attached to that kinda clean and pretty "industrial" that was basically metalcore but with more synth fuckups. seriously, listen to the album and tell me it's not just what if NIN just fucking hated you. like, the harsh noises aren't even super harsh.

sure there's that hanzo steel edge of "oh fuck, this man is going to murder his whole family" cover, and yeah the album has a "darkness"(if you want to call it that) to it; but there's not as hateful or as rawly nihilistic as shit like whitehouse.

seriously, like, whitehouses' music was pro-pedophilia and pro-sex muder, how can street sects compete? great industrial music is based on sheer nihilistic hatred, more than any other genre, and street sects gets infuriatingly close to that "i'll hatefuck this baby with a rolled up bible" mentality, but they're normies at the end of the day. they're two fuckers from austin, they're probably more invested in their food truck than sitting around hating every other person.

i'll admit to being drunk and rambling, but i think street sects needs to stop sucking the mainstream's dick and get super fucking hateful ok their next album. it'll be so fucking awesome, you have no idea. like, the potential is there, all they need to do is just lose their fucking minds. but they won't, because this is the internet age and we can't have truly hateful fuckers in the mainstream(because the flenser is kinda mainstream, they have a fucking tumblr page).

what i'm saying is, street sects are good, but they need to ditch their whole "trendy" sound. sure it's what's giving them listens, but they need to be more hateful. they've suckered the normies in, now just become the sheer noisey hateful moneter of new industrial.

don't take any of this seriously, i've been drinking. a lot. plz don't take this super seriously, like, it's just elicoor. elicoor isn't important.
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Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 657914

>seriously, like, whitehouses' music was pro-pedophilia and pro-sex muder, how can street sects compete? great industrial music is based on sheer nihilistic hatred, more than any other genre, and street sects gets infuriatingly close to that "i'll hatefuck this baby with a rolled up bible" mentality, but they're normies at the end of the day. they're two fuckers from austin, they're probably more invested in their food truck than sitting around hating every other person.

lol dude I know you are/were drunk but I just wanna say that how an artist is IRL should not affect how you view their music. it doesn't make sense to WANT musicians to be terrible people just so you can "believe" their music or something. that's silly.

I listened to the new Street Sects and I thought it was okay, it's not really my kind of music and I haven't heard much like it but at the same time it didn't shock me or anything, it almost sounded like a Death Grips album sped up or something.

Elicoor13(@work) 658014

This just popped up on Youtube. It's pretty interesting, I think.


Wow Drunkicoor, way to ramble about nothing.

I dunno man, I think some of Merzbow's best music came from him being a weird ass kinkster. A lot of artists do draw inspiration for their art from what they surround themselves with. I think what I was trying to get at with that ramble post was that I think they're trying to be trendy a bit with their sound. Like, it's all very slick, and in being so slick it's kinda soulless.

Like, my biggest beef with the album is that it feels like a more noisy KMFDM. I can see them easily getting lazy and that just becoming their sound. They have the potential to go the other way and be this freakish ball of "fuck you" as well. And I desperately want to see them become that, because there's not enough music like that now.

>I haven't heard much like it but at the same time it didn't shock me or anything, it almost sounded like a Death Grips album sped up or something

You also just summed up my one problem with the album. It's sorta new, but at the same time it's not pushing the boundaries or really shocking anyone. The style of music they're evoking is supposed to shock, it's supposed to make you go "what the fuck, why would you do that?" or "how can a person think something like that?". Industrial is supposed to be an extension of Degenerate Art or Shock Art, and when it fails to shock, it just becomes...eh. Like, not that all industrial should, but the industrial style that's being evoked should at least shock you a bit.

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 658057

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Does horrorcore and bands like Swans count as degenerate/shock art? I've never liked the idea of artists I listen to being actual awful people. It makes me feel guilty for enjoying their music. Like for example, back when the allegations against Michael Gira first happened, I was so stunned I didn't even know if I would be able to keep listening to his music. But eventually I was just like "who gives a shit" and now I still love his music, I consider Swans a top 5 all-time band, The Glowing Man is probably my AOTY, and I'm choosing to forget that the allegations happened, and come to terms with not ever being able to know if they were really true.

Oh, and btw, pic related came out early. It's on spotify and itunes, and it's FUCKING AMAZING. I have a LOT to say about it, after a few more listens I'm gonna write up a bit of a review of it. For now I'll just say, I have NEVER heard another hip-hop album like this.

Elicoor13(@work) 658059

>I've never liked the idea of artists I listen to being actual awful people. It makes me feel guilty for enjoying their music

Idk, maybe me getting into black metal made me not care about people being awful.

>Does horrorcore and bands like Swans count as degenerate/shock art?

Yeah, to some extent. Like, shock/degenerate art has become such a component of post-modernism, which in turn has influenced so many underground acts. Like, to say that your art isn't in some way influenced by it is kinda hard. But yes, horror-core and Swans are both deeply influenced by shock art/degenerate art.

>Oh, and btw, pic related came out early. It's on spotify and itunes

Hyyyyyyyyyyyyypeeeeeee! BRB, giving it a listen now.

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 658064


Okay, here is my review I wrote of Atrocity Exhibition. pls no bully.

Danny Brownโ€™s Attrocity Exhibition is like no other hip-hop album I have ever heard in my life. He himself calls it โ€œprogressive hip-hop/prog-hopโ€ but I would say it is more like a huge mix of trap, industrial, grunge-ish sounds, and even a bit of flirting with noise and gangsta rap.
The beats on this album almost transcend the concept of even being just beats and are rather unique instrumentals that form a mostly cohesive atmosphere that is dark and gritty and almost sadistic. The drums pound hard on almost every track, the samples are unpredictable and extremely well-done, ranging from somewhat soulful to much more intense. Electric guitar shows up occasionally.
Dannyโ€™s rapping bounces between and seemingly intertwines the yelping, chanting rap style of trendy trap music, and a much more fast flow with a focus on lyricismโ€”as over-the-top sexually and drug-related as to be expected and possibly moreโ€”but it seems like his lyricism on this album (which complements the beats/instrumentals very well) is like XXX taken to an even more extreme level. This is Danny completely embracing his self-destructive behavior, fully self-aware that it can literally kill him yet he still canโ€™t stop, and he still drinks and smokes and fucks to soothe his pain.
Another prominent feature of Dannyโ€™s lyricism on this album is his background of poverty, something that ironically probably doesnโ€™t speak much to his large amount of middle-class white fans (myself included) but nevertheless it is enthralling. It seems like Dannyโ€™s past is something he still canโ€™t escape, like many rappers, but he has such a unique and exciting spin on these age-old themes that you canโ€™t help but feel sucked into this wild ride of an album.
And one of the best parts is that the album is almost ALL Danny. Itโ€™s not bogged down with guest features like, say, Kool Keithโ€™s recent album. Out of the 15 tracks on the album, only four of them have any features at all. Now, there are some low points. This is not a perfect album. The first three tracks are really where I take issue. The first one is not bad, but itโ€™s pretty weird and Iโ€™m not sure it works quite right as an album opener. Danny stretches his trademark voice to almost Beefheart-ian levels on this track, but then suddenly, right on the next one, he is rapping COMPLETELY normal, to the point where for a minute I didnโ€™t even realize it was him.
And then the third track, Rolling Stone, is easily my LEAST favorite of the entire album. The hook is just so corny and the lyricism seems corny as well. Now of course Danny is very self-aware and probably knows this, but it doesnโ€™t work the same way tracks like Radio Song from XXX worked. In fact Danny does the whole โ€œshitty hook on purposeโ€ thing a lot better on this SAME album with the track Get Hi. But after Rolling Stone, the album really picks up and doesnโ€™t let go.
The wordless vocal sample on Lost is fantastic. The saxophone on Ainโ€™t It Funny reminds me of It Ainโ€™t Hard To Tell from Nasโ€™ Illmatic but kicked into complete overdrive, itโ€™s a fucking intense song. Danny often uses some kind of distortion filter for his voice, especially on hooks, that just add to the pretty brutal feel of the album. One more comment I want to make about the individual tracks is that the closer, Hell For It, has the best lyricism on the album and some of Dannyโ€™s best and most devastatingly honest lyricism from any of his albums. Oh, and also, the singles pre-release sound a lot better in the context of the album. Atrocity Exhibition really is a complete sonic exhibition and itโ€™s intended for one sitting.
Clearly Dannyโ€™s struggles in life have empowered him to be able to make fascinating and boundary-pushing art, at least in the context of popular music. I would dare say that Atrocity Exhibition tops XXX as his best album yet. But I really hope that Dannyโ€™s dangerous behavior doesnโ€™t consume him the way it has consumed so many musical stars of the past. Iโ€™m feeling an 8.5 to a 9/10 based on two listens. This rating may change more with more listening. The only other hip-hop album I think can compete with this in 2016 is clipping.โ€™s Splendor & Misery.

Elicoor13(@work) 658066

Quickly posting this before I go. That this was released by Relapse makes me laugh a bit.


Dodgr 658094

Authenticity can add a lot to art, idunno how anyone can disagree with that

Dodgr 658096

>NoMeansNo - Wrong
So good from start to finish, love it so much. Its like Melvins and Faith No More but with no bad songs.

brb listening to their entire discog

Anonymous 658110

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 658114

Cause we living in that
Actavis double cups was addicted to that
Had them demons on my back
Was escaping through that
Blamed everybody but myself
Apologies for that
So they hold a nigga back
For the way that I act
People scared of doing business
Thinking I smoke crack
I react immature
To anyone talking smack
Cause where I'm from respect
The only thing that you have
Grew up virtually poor
Realities unmasked
So my task
Is inspire your future with my past
I lived through that shit
So you donโ€™t have to go through it
Stepping stones in my life
Hot coals
Walk with me
Listen when I speak
Every time talk with me
Couple screws loose
You don't wanna start
With me
Got it from Motown
Feel David Ruffin pain
Wanna cry right now
So Iโ€™m wishing that it rain
Cause Iโ€™m knowing Iโ€™m the best
They compare skills to sales
Tell myself everyday
Know this shit ainโ€™t real
Radio donโ€™t make you ill
They get a hit a they feel they self
Respect for lyricism
In this game ainโ€™t none left
Have a bitch like Iggy
Think she sicker than me
And thatโ€™s so fucked up
Thatโ€™s just how this shit be
I just wanna make music
Fuck being a celebrity
Cause these songs that I write
Leave behind my legacy

Skinny!Trips0zvVM 658434

I have been listening to JEFFERY 3~4 times a week for like a month. Someone help me.

Elicoor13(@work) 659417

God, I've been listening to a ton of Jeffery and Drake's "If You're Reading This" mixtape. I feel like such a pleb, but both of those are solid pop rap albums.

Jeffery is so much better than anything Drake has made tho. Harambe is so fucking good. Like, goddamn. Liking Young Thug paid off, goddamn. Also it's fun to hear Gucci diss Drake on Floyd Mayweather and then listen to Drake cry about women on "If You're Reading This".


I haven't heard all of Atrocity Exhibition, just the tracks on Youtube. Partially because the Playstation Vita can't do Spotify, partially because I'm still listening to Jeffery.
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Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 659426

>I haven't heard all of Atrocity Exhibition


Dodgr 659438

Just got my tickets to see Danny on the 11th, pretty hyped

Elicoor13(@work) 660513


This release has been immensely enjoyable for me. Like, it's not fantastic or anything, but it's been a lot of fun. It's kinda goofy and you can tell that the band kinda knows it. There's still a lot of interesting ground that gets covered. Like, Cosmic Warrior's Girth Curse is 9 minutes and manages to be fun the whole way through. That being said, I do have a headache now that I'm not sure is from the album or not.

Sure it sounds farty at points, but that's all part of the charm of the album for me. It's a bunch of horny chaos, with some actual good musicians behind it. Seeing Dave Witte attached got me hyped. I've been a fan of his for a long time.

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 660518

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I have been listening to Lil B's entire 848 Song Based Freestyle Mixtape in order, going through like 20-30 tracks a day. I'm currently on track 118. I feel like I am transcending. The idea that I have 600+ more to go is insane to me, but I'm excited.

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 660529

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Show was lit. He played every song I wanted to hear except Golddust and Pac Blood. The moshpit w so hard when he got to the Old Side B tracks.

And u know what's hella good? Bulgogi tater tots, with kimchi and some yellow sriracha/sweet red sauce.

Starshine!Maiden6UcU 660552

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Man, I'd forgotten how awesome Sonic CD's soundtrack was.

Indy 661256

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This would've been the greatest album of all time had it come out when it was supposed to t b h

Anonymous 661261

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Read "bleach" there at first. Would've been greatest title tbh.

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 661264


I like that album but greatest of all time...? naaah

Indy 661266

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It would've blown Sgt Pepper sky high out of the water

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 661267


I'm not really a Beatles fan so that doesn't seem particularly impressive to me.

my pic for greatest album of all time would have to be either Desertshore by Nico or Faust's self-titled.
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Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 661599

Indy 661686

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God, this song fugs my shit up

Elicoor13!TWIjJoyces 664619


Been listening to this a lot lately.

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 664638

>tfw listening to sonorism and not even sure if I'm enjoying it

Anonymous 664640

Today's heavy rotation consists of one song.

The Ballroom Blitz by The Sweet. Going out to Bill and Hillary.


Elicoor13 666138

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wormrot's latest is actually pretty amazing, i've only heard it once, but it's all been pretty catchy. hollow roots is a standout, from a cursory listen.

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Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 667300

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Thoughts on ATCQ's new album?


Elicoor13 667657

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so i've been getting really into neo-soul lately, and goddamn if telefone(thank you skinnytrips) by noname gypsy isn't the shit. like, the production on it is amazing. it's amazingly /cozy/ for how sad of an album it is.


Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 667784

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I listened to Beethoven's 9th for the first time today, on vinyl (I got it along with like four other records for just ten bucks at my local record store), and it was beautiful, especially towards the end when the vocals come in. Normally I'm not a big fan of opera-style vocals but the way the ending was done with multiple voices at once and the really dramatic music was just great. Later on I'm gonna listen to a digital version with headphones for comparison.

Also the fact that he composed music while being nearly deaf for a large part of his life is impressive as hell.

Indy 667793

Saw Steven Wilson last night and it was un-fuckingbelieveable

The first half of the show was a complete performance of HCE and then the second half was a mix of solo/PT songs. He even played Lazarus (the PT one) as a tribute to Bowie and Sign o' The Times as a Prince tribute.

A night to remember.

Elicoor13 668383

so merzbow did a version of silent night.


Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 668386


Have you heard the Merzbow x Sun Ra collab?

Indy 668702

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in it's riiiiiiight plaaaaaaaaaceeee
in it's riiiiiight plaaaaaaace
in it's riiiiiiiiiight plaaaaace
in it's right plaaaaaaaaaaace

Elicoor13 668703

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Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 668782


I love Radiohead

Indy 668842

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I keep coming back to Kid A and forgetting just how fucking comfy it is

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 668851


to me listening to Kid A is like experiencing every stage of a major panic attack in musical form...but like, in a good way.

>Everything In Its Right Place - the character is simply expressing some kind of desire and/or belief that everything is or should be exactly how they like, but the instrumental says otherwise--things are starting to fall out of place

>The National Anthem - "I'm not here, this isn't happening" - denial of something awful or upsetting happening

>How To Disappear Completely - the noisy sax freakout at the end is the triggering event coming to a climax, to the point where it is no longer deniable

>Idioteque - embracing the panic, "this is really happening, happening" the worst part

>Motion Picture Soundtrack - "I will see you in the next life" I think this could be interpreted in multiple ways: 1. the character will see the extreme anxiety in "the next life" which could mean a life the anxiety of his takes on, or the idea that the next time he experiences anxiety his life will be a different life somehow, or obviously if you want to take the really dark route he is committing suicide...

Indy 668861

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I've said it before but man, I genuinely think this is the quintessential modern classical album. Everything about it is so perfect and it manages to sound like a classical piece of art while also sounding very contemporary.


Indy 669258

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After thinking about it, I have fully come to the conclusion that this is my AOTY. It was the perfect summer album for this year and I'd even go as far to say that I like it more and find it more cohesive than SILY.


fuck off, they're fun songs and in the context of the whole album they work
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Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 669270

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It's not my AOTY but I agree that it is an amazing album, I'd say like an 8.5-9/10 for me.

I don't really know what my AOTY is. It keeps changing. So much good stuff came out this year.

It might be pic related, which I know is an odd choice because the band is kind of viewed as "lolsoindeh" P4K-core but the album has actually really helped me.

When I listen to this album, it literally soothes me, makes me feel like I'm floating, so I often put it on when I am really anxious, whether I am at home or in a car or doing my volunteer work or something, it just helps me stay calm.

I would say it's like a pop version of Loveless, but in the best way possible.


I was sleepin on Splendor & Misery for a while, didn't really love all the "filler" or the ending at first, but after a few more listens and actually having to think about the concept hard enough to describe it.. yeah that shits too good, AOTY no question.

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 669280





Elicoor13 669392

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i've gotten really into japanese shoegaze recently. sugardrop is good, but so is oiel, and pastel blue. also the one japanese band i posted in my link dump here:>>668703

part of it might be because i just don't know of many good recent american shoegaze albums tho. reccs so i'm not a total weeb?

fugg, forgot to post a link to a sugardrop song that's fun as hell.


and the sequel

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Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 669398


Have you heard this?


Essential weeb shoegaze.

Besides that the only shoegaze album I really like is Loveless and literally everyone knows that one...I've listened to many shoegaze albums but none of them are anywhere near that good.

Indy 669408

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This is my fav shoegaze album t b h

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Anyone know where I can read the Giles Corey book? Albums fukken great, I really want the full spooky context.

Elicoor13 669458

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i can get you the pdf by tomorrow if you want. like, i've been meaning to buy the whole album anyway, so i can upload both the pdf and the full flac album to mega sometime tomorrow.

i have not. miku shoegaze sounds...interesting. i will have to give it a listen.

same with this actually.

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that would bee v/ cool

Elicoor13 669530

Giles Corey - s/t
>ghost folk, field recordings, experimental folk, flac, comes with pdf


so i technically did this "by tomorrow" via pacific standard time. i like the pdf, mostly because it fleshes out a lot of stuff.

Elicoor13 669570

apparently eurobeat is getting banned on youtube, so if anyone here is a eurobeat fan get your fix here:


this is apparently almost every eurobeat song?

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Sweet, thx dude

Whats your favorite track? The Haunting Presence is dope, but No One Is Ever is just so comfy.

Elicoor13 669583

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i'm torn between buried above ground, haunting presence and no one is ever going to want me.

i think i mostly like buried above ground because of the all the vocals, and that it reprises the melody from haunting presence. you have the female vocals that kick in during the chorus with the "i think i'm buried above ground" bit. it's a really nice...i don't want to call it vocal counter-point because i don't know if it is, but it makes the track stand out to me.

like, haunting presence is super good because of how ghostly and ethereal it is, but buried above ground feels almost like a natural climax of a lot of the ideas presented in haunting presence. however, buried above ground is all complex where haunting presence is simple and effective.

no one is ever is super comfy. the intro and those hard strummed acoustic guitars just set the perfect atmosphere.

Starshine!SprintMJXo 669590

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>239 volumes of Super Eurobeat
Thank you based Eli.

Elicoor13 669635

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np, i saw that the SEBpocalypse was happening and thought that at least one person here would enjoy having all the eurobeat.

Skinny!Trips0zvVM 669929

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Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 669932


I know it's a meme but this kinda triggers me tbh

I don't know much about Dream Theater, I think I heard like one of their albums at one point and like everyone says, it's just technical rock/metal wank.

to compare them to Autechre is a massive fucking insult because Autechre is honestly one of the most unique electronic artists ever.

I mean yeah some of their stuff is just techno and/or ambient but albums like Confield, LP5, Chiastic Slide, Exai, and elseq 1-5 are really fucking unique. literally nobody else is making music like that, to my knowledge. they are arguably the best artists to come out of Warp Records and they have produced a lot of great fucking artists (Aphex Twin, Boards Of Canada, Squarepusher, Oneohtrix Point Never just to name a few).

the tracks on the first part of elseq are pounding, cold, robotic techno, but it's not just the kind of techno you dance to or get high to, it's the kind of techno you can zone out to, and it also has a lot of different rhythms overlapping and intertwining.

the track elyc6 0nset on part 2 reminded me a lot of Stockhausen's Cosmic Pulses, to the point where I actually listened to them back to back to really hear the similarity with the way the track and the piece just evolve massively with so many crazy glitchy sounds. Cosmic Pulses is definitely more abstract, whereas the Autcehre track opts for the glitchiness and also at times microtonal sounds that remind me of Ryoji Ikeda.

the track mesh cinereaL on part 3 is an amazing drone/crescendo that rises and falls and stutters and ventures into various other subgenres, ambient being a big one. it's less glitchy or techno-y than the others.

there's definitely fat that could be trimmed and four hours was probably indulgent but elseq still has several monumental works of art scattered throughout its tracklist. those are the ones that stood out to me the most.

and also name another album that sounds like Confield, I dare you.

Indy 669942

This is still the best thing I've found through Bandcamp

>instrumental post-metal

>Each track is based on some historical event that resulted in human sacrifice
>Manages to capture each event perfectly just through music with no lyrics

Indy 669943

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Forgot pic

๐Ÿˆ๐ŸˆKaticus๐Ÿˆ๐Ÿˆ!SUCC/WBAqg 670005

Its great

Elicoor13 670271

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this song has charmed me. dram is a lot of fun to listen to and the video has some funny shit in it.

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Post godlike covers that shit on the original


Pop needs more dark yuri

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 670284


this is kind of more of a remix than a cover but I'm posting it anyways:


Infected Mushroom is one of the few brostep/complextro artists I still enjoy from time to time. I used to be really into that stuff.

>inb4 someone posts Johnny Cash's Hurt

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Also just post ur recent downloads/listens

Thats a good album, except that one song, you know which one.

I really liked brostep a few years ago


Indy 670327

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>tfw God Only Knows still continues to nearly move you to tears everytime

Elicoor13 670557

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why is dinosaur jr so good? i'm re-listening to you're living all over me and it's kinda amazing how influential the album was. like, you'd think they'd be a lot more challenging, but they're basically just a less grung-y nirvana.

take out kurt's angst and his "fuck everything" attitude and you basically have dinosaur jr. they do a similar thing with their music, in that a lot of it is just basic pop forms thru the lens of alt-rock, back when alt-rock wasn't code for "boring rock".



i mean, barrington is on it too, but it is a cover. technically. it shits on the original.
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Starshine!SprintMJXo 670559

Anonymous 670563

I used to like it several months back myself.
Then I found Magnetic Man and I started to sway towards the traditional stuff.

Indy 670704

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>And if my parents are crying
>Then I'll dig a tunnel
>From my window to yours


I could never get into traditional dubstep. I'm not really sure why. Every time I've tried stuff like Burial it just couldn't hold my attention.

Anonymous 670842

I found that Burial had a lot more an ambient and 2-step feel, compared to the more upbeat DJ-friendly material. Tried his first album, although I didn't get hooked as much

It's not easy for most to get into, being an experimental and dark sound. I grew up on stuff like reggae, house, jungle and UK garage, so maybe it's down to background and whatnot.
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Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 670852


>Tried his first album, although I didn't get hooked as much

Try his second (Untrue) it is a LOT better than his first one.

And if you like that, try the Kindred EP. He has a bunch of really good EPs but I think Kindred is my favorite.

I've seen people label Burial as "future garage", in fact I've seen people get angry when you call his music dubstep.


also I have some essential dubstep charts/guides if you want them

Anonymous 670854

>future garage
I can imagine it's not the same as what was on that 2003 compilation featuring J Da Flex and Oris Jay.
It makes more sense to just call it bass music, as it can encompass a wide ground of ideas in itself.

Got any up to date charts? I've recently got some fresh stuff from Seven, AxH, Distance and J:Kenzo into my collection and would be interested in what's happening in today's lineup.
I also tune in to Youngsta's Rinse show every Tuesday and there's some pretty cool stuff that's not even out yet. Can't contain the hype for Monkey Brain right now.

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 670855

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I just checked my "music recs" folder and I actually don't have the dubstep stuff on this computer.

However I can recommend you a pretty good modern "bass music" album I heard recently. I think it's bass music anyways. It's kind of dubstep/techno-ish but more atmospheric/layered. It's called Wonderland by Demdike Stare. It's not on youtube or spotify so you'll have to get it off of slsk or something. Some of their other albums are on youtube but I haven't heard them so I can't attest for their quality. totally didn't find out about them because of Scaruffi...

Anonymous 670861

I'll check out Untrue and Wonderland soon. Sounds interesting

Anonymous 670862

Speaking of bass, not sure how well instrumental grime comes across here
One example:

Indy 670870

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Holy shit I know I'm late but Saint Pablo automatically changes this album from a 6/10 to a fuckin 8.5/10

Elicoor13 670880

my dead girlfriend - hades: the nine stages of change at the deceased remains


>shoegaze, twee pop, japanese

goji - sanpun


>rare, japanese, shoegaze, /shugazi/-core, maybe-some-files-are-fucked-up-core

some shoegaze for y'all.


hot rare dream-pop coming at you!

Cigarettes After Sex - s/t


>laidback dream-pop, obscure release, not even on their bandcamp
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Blank Face aint no AOTY but its a good listen. Q is so consistent.
>Dope Dealer straight into JoHn Muir straight into Big Body

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 671070


I don't really like Q at all. Big Body was the only song on Blank Face I thought was actually good, and his previous albums I thought were pretty bad.

I just can't stop comparing him to Kendrick since they are on the same label, and compared to Kendrick he has a worse voice, worse flow, worse production/beats, and ESPECIALLY worse lyrics.

Elicoor13 671085

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so i just listened to warraw by natalie rose lebrecht. it's like if chelsea wolfe was a weird hippy witch who did a lot of acid. the last track was this 17 minute harpsichord...thing. it's all super freak-folky in a good way, but weird as hell.

>comparing kendrick and q

i think that's unfair, it'd be like comparing jeremiah jae and danny brown just because they're both on warp.

schoolboy q and kendrick aren't even in the same lane, sure they've worked together in black hippy but that doesn't make them similar.

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Q's voice is great, literally all he has to do is grunt a little in a song's background and the song becomes better. His songs are like a big hazy druggy west coast gangsta party, and there's honestly nothing wrong with his flow.


Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 671095

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So I'm listening to the new Czarface that I hadn't even heard about until yesterday, and it's kinda disappointing. Some of the beats are pretty fire, but the rapping sounds pretty lazy compared to the last one. Plus it's only like 30 minutes long, wtf?



as far as hip-hop goes, I just can't stop listening to the new ATCQ. it's so fucking good. I can't think of a better comeback album.

Skinny!Trips0zvVM 671170

>Q has a bad voice
Bruh, that is literally all he's got. It's the only reason people have cared about him at all post-H&C. He's in the same boat as Ab Soul.

Elicoor13 671200

admiral showed me this album last night, and i didn't know i wanted it until i heard this. like, it's so fucking smooth. it's david bowie covers in portuguese. i adore the cover of suffragette city.

seu jorge - the life aquatic sessions
>acoustic ballads, smooth,


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pJbb9UEvYSU [Embed]


i swear i didn't fuck this up and make a thread like a tool.

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>El-P will never take his lyricism seriously in RTJ
>we will never get a long dense angry southern The Cold Vein
>field of dicks

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 671285


yeah honestly I'm not wild about the singles for RTJ3 so far, and I already thought RTJ2 was hugely inferior to the first one.

The Cold Vein is probably the best album El-P was ever involved with.

Elicoor13 671290

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lightning bolt - oblivion hunter
>noise rock


the angelic process - weighing souls with sand
>drone metal, atmospheric



it's okay, at least we will always have def jux.

i should give that a listen.

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Elicoor13 671411

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okay, so i've spent the better part of 4 hours listening to the angelic process. holy fuck this is good; it's all just this super bleak atmospheric mass of clean vocals, heavily distorted guitars, bass and keyboards. what lyrics i've been able to figure out, plus from what other people have said, seem to tell a story of a couple being tormented by god in a very book of job kinda way. this is, apparently, what every album seems to be. it's almost this ongoing tribulation, and from the title i kinda infer that this divine torment is supposed to be part of a process that will turn them into angels. this is somewhat confirmed by the couple who made the album, as the whole concept for the band was that god was tormenting the couple into suicide.

this album is so great, and what i've found of the band's other work also follows in the same vein. that makes the tragedy of the guitarist killing himself all the worse, because the angelic process was so fucking dope.

weighing souls with sand is a solid 8/10. like, nothing sounds quite as atmospherically apocalyptic as this album.
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so i found a semi-full discography of the angelic process. i'd highly recommend coma waering, it's not as depressing and is a little more song focused. here's one of my favorite tracks:



River !/uHug.Me.2 671662

I stumbled upon this thread while listening to The Berzerker.


Elicoor13 671667

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>tfw you cannot keep listening to the angelic process without getting legit depressed
>tfw cages of blood and bone, rid the past by dying, coma waering, the smoke of her burning, burning in the undertow of god and blood tastes like rain all give super badfeels but are all so good

like, sure it's a no-brainer that albums about suicide could depress you, but goddamn they're all so good. like, solipsistic falls the shortest, but it's still a cool demo cd.
i kinda want to rave about how fucking good the song coma waering is tho, like, there's very few songs that sound like someone dying as much as that song is. like, it's massively fucking edgelord, but it's just so fucking tragic and beautiful and it's amazing how they manage to represent the man coming to terms with his own death in the track. it's all done mostly instrumentally and it's just heartbreaking. like, especially when you go to weighing souls with sand because that album is basically the man's wife trying to cope with god literally taking her husband away. it makes the climax of weighing souls with sand all the more tragic. i cannot state how fucking brilliant the angelic process is, because coma waering will make weighing souls with sand absolutely brutal in context. i've rarely experienced such a clear thru-line in a set of concept albums. and i get more every-time i listen to them both. you really feel for these people being mercilessly tormented by god almighty, and you know that nothing you can do will make them better. they capture the sounds of torment in a way no other band will, and i don't know whether to be sad or not.

also holy shit, do not ever watch abattoir footage while listening to my blood still whispers, because damn.

my dead girlfriend is super awesome in other news. like...cute twee bullshit with a bunch of atmospheric stuff is pretty great.

*final edit*
i was about to say that seu jorge's cover of starman blows every other cover out, but i dunno any other cover.


god, i hadn't heard a release by them in years until you posted that. it got me nostalgic.

oh kanye, you so silly.
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Indy 671731


Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 671772



Indy 671815


Elicoor13 671817

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pretty lights is basically nujabes for the stereotypical edm fan, but damn if lighting up the skies isn't comfy as fuck.


Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 671820

Okay, we're a third of the way through December, there are no more albums this year I am hyped for, and I have made my "official" AOTY list. It's mainly albums that got a lot of buzz on /mu/ but oh well.

10. Lemonade by Beyonce
9. Splendor & Misery by clipping.
8. Wildflower by The Avalanches
7. Bottomless Pit by Death Grips
6. elseq 1-5 by Autechre
5. A Moon Shaped Pool by Radiohead
4. Painting With by Animal Collective
3. We Got It From Hereโ€ฆ Thank You 4 Your Service by A Tribe Called Quest
2. The Glowing Man by Swans
1. Is The Is Are by Diiv

These are based on number of listens and level of enjoyment.

Indy 671872

>A Moon Shaped Pool
>The Glowing Man
Good choices

Indy 671933

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I keep coming back to this album and remembering just how fucking brilliant it is.

It was like my favorite album during middle school
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>tfw atrocity exhibition, splendor and misery, and end position are all in the running to be aoty

i feel almost too plebbish tbh. like, i haven't heard a lot of music this year. i still need to get to the glowing man again, and yet it's december and i don't have any other major contenders.

i totally forgot about wreck and reference's album which was also pretty good.

telephone was really good, like 7.75/10 good. it's not 8 to 9 good tho.
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Indy 671965

God, what's really depressing about this is that Carl Palmer lost both Keith and Greg in the same year.

Indy 671971


Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 671984

>tfw King Crimson is like the only prog rock band I've ever enjoyed

Indy 671990

Really? Not even Pink Floyd or Yes?

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 671992


actually I guess some Pink Floyd is good, I don't like Yes though.

Pretty much EVERYONE likes Pink Floyd though, it's almost a social requirement to like them if you want to talk to anyone about music, they're one of the most famous/acclaimed bands ever.

On the other hand I've only ever met like one or two people IRL who know King Crimson.
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Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 671993

listening to ITCOTCK now...I Talk To The Wind is such a beautiful song.

I feel like the version I have is mixed very poorly though, which is weird because it's FLAC...maybe I just never noticed because I used to listen to it with shit headphones? the drumming and vocals on 21st Century Schizoid Man seemed really messed up.

Indy 672059

The Steven Wilson mix is absolutely beautiful if you haven't heard it already. It shouldn't be too hard to find a download


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what about The Tool?

Indy 672126

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Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 672209


never heard


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>shits himself over basic /mu/core
>pretends to not like The Tool

Huh, crazy

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 672219


best Tool album?


ร†nima is good. It might be better to just listen to their singles tho.

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lateralus is pretty great, but aenima is prolly them at their best. lateralus has a lot of fun ideas tho, plus the fact that you can play the album in two different orders. like, it's slightly based on the fibonacci sequence. the sequence is listed here.


tool is good tho.


Someone needs to make a good Machete Order for 10000 Days. That album would be such a good EP if they trimmed all the fat.

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amen. but which tracks would you cut? i haven't listened to it in a long time, mostly because it's one of the weakest tool albums.


First listen was so good. Third listen was so bad. I just remember not liking the second half very much at all.

Elicoor13 672279

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>First listen was so good. Third listen was so bad. I just remember not liking the second half very much at all.

same. the second half is really where all the fat is, probably. there might be a good track there that i'm forgetting.

Indy 672289

lmao Tool is not /mu/core


read slowly, don't rush

Elicoor13 672295

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>drake shows up on shuffle 4 times in a row
>it's all 6 god

i am fond of if you're reading this it's too late, but holy shit drake is obnoxious. like, i know he's obnoxious, but goddamn he's annoying on 6 god. this has been happening to me all day for no fucking reason, and i don't know why. like, this has been a thing that has prevented me from using shuffle.

maybe it's my mp3 player getting back at me for putting it thru the wash.
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Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 672373

So yesterday, the following hip-hop artists all released new albums:

>J Cole

>Ab-Soul (from TDE, Kendrick's label)
>Charles Hamilton
>Hodgy (formerly Hodgy Beats, from Odd Future)
>Tech N9ne
>Post Malone

that's a lot of big name releases, have you guys heard any of these yet?

I listened to the new J Cole and thought it was alright, the production is pretty nice, it's jazzy and kinda ambient, but his rapping/lyrics are pretty mediocre.

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 672375

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also Kanye has been in the studio since getting out of the hospital, presumably working on the long-awaited Turbo Grafx 16.

this is a list that was "leaked" from someone in the studio with Kanye, it is unclear if it is an actual tracklist or simply a list of Kanye's favorite video games:

1. Metroid Other
2. Muramasa the Demon Blade
3. New Super Mario Bros
4. No More Heroes 2
5. Okami
6. Pikmin 2
7. Rabbids Go Home
8. Red Steel 2
9. Resident Evil
10. Silent Hill
11. Sin & Punishment 2
12. Sonic Colors
13. Super Mario Galaxy Pt. 1 & Pt. 2
14. Tatsunoko vs. Capcom

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Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 672399

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Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 672408


Listening to Lateralus. Really don't like it at all honestly. It reminds me of a lot of the post-grunge/alt-rock that was popular in the early-mid 2000s.

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well it was literally 2001. a lot of bands imitated tool. in a way you can say they helped popularize that kinda music, which is...kinda true?

also have you heard faaip de oiad? that track in context is fucking interesting.
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MacGay !RevGiOKgRo 672664

It's shit.

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 672679

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Joel released a new album, I listened to it, it's pretty mediocre club stuff. maybe I just grew out of it but I swear his older albums were a lot better. like, there's no song on the new album that is as good as these:







I mean he has always made pretty basic EDM but a lot of his early albums/tracks had some really great charm/unique feel to them and were actually pretty diverse. or maybe it's just nostalgia from when I was a dumb teenager
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Anonymous 672843

He mentioned himself that he hates it and didn't put much effort, strangely enough.

Snowcone was pretty good though. interesting for him to try other styles along the way

Indy 673032

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Okay so what's everyone's AOTY for this decade so far


MBDTF- Kanye West
The SMiLE Sessions- The Beach Boys
The Seer - Swans
Sunbather- Deafhaven
Syro- Aphex Twin
Hand. Cannot. Erase- Steven Wilson
Wildflower- The Avalanches
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>plastic beach by gorillaz
>l'ordure ร  l'รฉtat pur by peste noire
>no love deep web by death grips
>fetch by melt-banana
>word ok by kool ad
>i don't like shit i don't go outside by earl sweatshirt
>splendor & misery by clipping.

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 673137



same as you, MBDTF
XXX - Danny Brown I guess
Good Kid M.a.a.D. City - Kendrick Lamar or No Love Deep Web - Death Grips
hmmm...idk there's not really a lot from this year that I would consider amazing besides Yeezus, at least not without looking back at the list I made that year which I'm not even sure I still have
To Be Kind - Swans
Have You In My Wilderness - Julia Holter (but Divers by Joanna Newsom is really, really close)
Diiv - Is The Is Are. I would say 2016 has been the best year of the decade in general so far though, I could probably make a top 30 list this year not even just a top 10.
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Skinny!TripsCQs8s 673160

Objectively correct list


Oneohtrix Point Never - Replica
Sawns- The Seer
Typhoon - White Lighter
Swans - To Be Kind
Oneohtrix Point Never - Garden of Delete
Danny Brown - Atrocity Exhibition

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 673162


don't know Typhoon but good taste for OPN, although IMO his best album is Eccojams, not even joking

Danny Brown's album had some really great songs but also some pretty big duds so I can't call it AOTY

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 673186

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I compiled my spotify stats for the year


Indy 673188

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My Last.fm year in review stats lol

Sounds about right

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hey /chat/, so the /mu/ archive is finally getting some work with cleaning up dead links and shit, so i figured i'd post some of the updated links throughout this last bit of the year and pretend it has a seasonal component. also because i want to get the thread something. i'm open to looking for genres/artists/whatever and bringing it back here, so please feel free to request things too. i started with four tet because there have never been good four tet links ever.

four tet - rounds(10 year anniversary edition)
(link still works, ponychan is just being screwy)

Four Tet - Beautiful Rewind (2013) [320]
>IDM, Jungle, Deep House, Four tet is glorious

Sample: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=12fzoLlyBWM

Ingram Marshall - Fog Tropes / Gradual Requiem (1981)
>post-minimalism, haunting, eerie
Sample: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pw4qvTFvV18

Prefuse 73 - Security Screenings
>electronic, experimental

features production from Four Tet, Bonobo and Flying Lotus as well.

sample: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P7R5gvMN1C8

download: https://mega.co.nz/#F!r0NnhBYD!15cE3sCt3v7y_0G4RKhXEw

V.A. Four Tet: Late Night Tales (2004)
>mixtape (free-jazz, post-rock, UK psych folk, hip-hop, electro etc.)
sample= https://youtu.be/J3pZZO_A8jk
full stream= https://latenighttales.bandcamp.com/album/late-night-tales-four-tet

Daniel Vallancien & Philippe Matรฉ - Daniel Vallancien & Philippe Matรฉ
>Musique Concrรจte
One of the greatest early electronic albums, the split between Vallancien and Mate has sounds that are directly sampled on Rounds by Four Tet, denoting a vast sphere of influence over the genre. Honestly gorgeous, and almost fifty years later, still decidedly unique.


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Anonymous 673478



>free jazz mixed with other genres

nice, copped most of these. you're doing god's work.

In return, here is Kid Cudi's new album:

Kid Cudi - Passion, Pain And Demon Slayin'

>emo rap, most people consider this an improvement over the almost universally hated last album from him, just got out of the mental hospital

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Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 673479


forgot trip, cleared my history recently because I was letting my brother and his gf use my laptop lol

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 673752

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so Scaruffi is back with some new reviews, and he also posted his top 15 jazz albums of 2015-2016.

jazz list is on this page: http://www.scaruffi.com/ratings/2016.html

I listened to the first and I'm listening to the second one now, The first is a lot of long tracks with screechy free jazz sax accompanied by what I think is some kind of electronic thing, almost kind of droney/ambient or maybe a synthesizer? it's pretty cool.

but the second album on the list I really like. it's abrasive as hell and I think it's almost exclusively sax, kind of like Anthony Braxton's For Alto except more tolerable? like it never gets quite as harsh as that, but it does get harsh. but I just love the versatility of how noisy the sax playing is, and there are also some songs with echo or water effects to make it sound like it's being played in some room with a water leak or rain or something. it's almost kinda creepy.

god I wish I could actually understand the sax playing, and understand if its even good lol. I just know that I like how it sounds, almost more in a conceptual way than a sonic way (because it gets borderline irritating in some places). and it's TWO FUCKING HOURS LONG.

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 673761


>and there are also some songs with echo or water effects to make it sound like it's being played in some room with a water leak or rain or something.

actually just did some reading about it and it was played in public areas as opposed to a studio which explains the background noise. but not at a concert, so it's not really a live album in the typical sense.

it's great, I'm already listening again. I looked up the guy (Ken Vandermark) and he has released dozens upon dozens of albums since the early 90s, and he is completely independent, not on any label, and he frequently uploads live performances to the internet for free.

๐Ÿˆ๐ŸˆStarshine๐Ÿˆ๐Ÿˆ!SUCC/WBAqg 673894

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Elicoor13 674178

Arms Dealer-Avtomat Kalashnikova (2016) v0
>noise techno
sample: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m4DJk_1jM3A&t=8s
dl: https://mega.nz/#!vJVlBbZI!DK7aPA5WnPvLy0LoklAuoKjHdh4al_FWbjfks51Qfks

Anon's 2016 Overlooked Shugazi Stuff:

For archive purposes:
>shoegaze, dream pop, noise pop
Adult Colour- EP.ONE.
Bloody Knives- I will cut your heart out for this
Cult of Dom Keller- Goodbye to the Light
Ether Feels- When the first time we met
Good Morning TV- s/t
The Kestrels- s/t
Lubec- Cosmic Debt
Manic Sheep- Brooklyn
Ulrika Spacek- The Album Paranaoia

Tammar - Visits (2011) [160]
>shoegaze, psych, gentle noise


Merzbow + Shinji Miyadai - Music for Urbanism (2015)
Live recording by Merzbow. Shinji Miyadai wrote an essay for the album (not included).

Sample: https://soundcloud.com/murmurrec/mmr-19-merzbow-shinji-miyadai-music-for-urbanism
Link (MP3 V0): https://mega.nz/#!dw1mzToL!anjvsDfKOevayh6nHZFK7eSN9WV-NwQMXR80qzHqO6Y
Link (FLAC): https://mega.nz/#!gkMGCTbD!0Y0L0nBlet4Yhfq5OxtXra3kTpsSKR-hwHhdei41ww4

Merzbow - Kakapo (2016)
>noise, drone
>mp3 v0
Sample: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GqmqPrqmHSY
Link: https://mega.nz/#!90VGmK6B!kfGYpLKuDoey2dtc5vSnVob1FMGEP_juBZ021AwqrZc

Yellow Swans - Going Places (2010)

>noise, drone, ambient

>45 minutes of warm, fuzzy droning
Sample: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DF3KSYch8dE
Link: https://mega.nz/#!CkJmFIKK!dkWmIEC0nVFOatEIZ3q8CFvpRjq3CEpUX_ujyuQt0g0

and to end the list off, have this:
Th' Faith Healers - Imaginary Friend, 1993 (320kbps CBR)

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 674544

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Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 674557

To follow up on my best albums of 2016 list, here are my best individual songs of 2016:

10. Colours by The Avalanches
9. Blood Sandwich by Aesop Rock
8. elyc6 0nset by Autechre
7. Seigfried by Frank Ocean
6. Melatonin by A Tribe Called Quest
5. Ainโ€™t It Funny by Danny Brown
4. Daydreaming by Radiohead
3. The Glowing Man (title track) by Swans
2. Golden Gal by Animal Collective
1. Spikes by Death Grips

Elicoor13 674579

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SULK - No Illusions (2016)
>Shoegaze, Neo-Psych, Britpop, 2016


Emeralds - No More Spirits Over the Lake (FLAC, 2006)


Ansome - Coffin Dodge Rodge [2016]
>industrial techno
>rhythmic as fuck, recommended
>320 mp3
Link: https://mega.nz/#F!AJJClCZJ!n3a6TELP3JbDcrzH-fvcyg

Ansome - Stowaway [2016]
>Industrial Techno
>320 mp3
Link: https://mega.nz/#F!gIRQySLA!nRH8ksEuhTpFzc0k9bZVeg

Viper the Rapper - Viper the Rapper
>trap rap, cloud rap, outsider music
>its viper
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l-3KPvYbTc4 [Embed]

Rob Leereveld - Songs of sailors, settlers and swaggies (probably 2016)
>bush music, 320 kbps

Various Artists - The Indie Translation of College Dropout
>indie, bunch of obscure bands cover Kanye's college dropout


Should - Feed Like Fishes (1998)
>pure delicious god tier shoegaze


Jonathan Richman - I, Jonathan (1992)
>rockabilly, lo-fi, throwback, guy from the Modern Lovers


Diplo - Decent Work for Decent Pay (2009)
>house, dancehall, dub techno, compilation of some of Diplo's best dance tracks


Lois Maffeo (Lois) - Butterfly Kiss
>twee, folk, acoustic, lo-fi, K Records


Koji Kondo - Famicom Sound History Series: Mario the Music (2004) [FLAC]
>cjiptune, songs from the various mario games up to Yoshi's Cookie


Eddie Hazel - Rest In P (1994)
>p-funk, psych, soul, posthumous


Dizzy Gillespie - Afro (1954)
>laztin jazz, super fast, jams, dizzy on trumpet, that one song from whiplash is on here


i'd've posted more sample links, but ponychan thought i was flooding.

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this is a really fun jazz rap release, and it has some of the stronger hooks i've heard all year. like, i want to rave about how much fun this is, but i've only heard it once thru.

2016 interlude is so meme-tastic i can't help but love it. it's goofy af.
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i had to make a separate post for this, mostly because adding onto the last post seemed silly. anyway, here's most of daniel dumile's discography.

aaaaaaand ponychan is fucking with my links again, yaaaaaaay. anyway, that link should work, hopefully.
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Elicoor13 674600

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one last link before i stop for now. i should also mention that daniel dumile is the man behind mf doom, if you didn't know. i wasn't super clear in my previous post, my bad.

Bradford Reed - Live! at Home
>experimental, post industrial, field recording, sound collage, dark ambient, analog, 2obscure4me-core
>made by the guy who did the ending theme for Superjail.
>uses homemade instruments
ffo: Foetus, Current 93, Throbbing Gristle

Sample: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nNwdVBIVhaw [Embed] [Embed]
Link: https://mega.nz/#F!409xlCQS!iB_1dszW-VqKXUojtB-7OA

Vince DiCola - The Transformers: The Movie (Original Motion Picture Score) [Intrada Remaster][320]

>Synth rock, by the guy who did the Rocky V soundtrack

This IS NOT the hair metal soundtrack most people think of (which is still pretty good though). No, this is the godly synth soundtrack used throughout the original 1986 Transformers movie. Pure nostalgia and really excellent.

https://youtu.be/gwFRGz3fIOc [Embed]
https://youtu.be/zOaAiJGLfWA [Embed]


King Kong - Mostly complete discography

Old Man On the Bridge
Funny Farm
Me Hungry
Kingdom of Kong
Breeding Ground
The Big Bang

https://youtu.be/kJHWE2JdrLY?list=PLE0BAD0440F9BC89B [Embed]
https://youtu.be/X4HMFsh--bo [Embed]
https://youtu.be/n9G0tsSztD8 [Embed]


Ulrika Spacek - The Album Paranoia
>shoegaze, dream pop


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Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 674759

>tfw the 1TB external hard drive I own is almost full
>tfw 125+GB of music on my laptop that won't fit on it
>tfw only approx. 15GB left on my desktop PC


Have u fucking tried deleting some shit u don't need?

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 674834


But that defeats like the whole purpose. I bought the hard drive because I wanted space for all the things I wanted, not necessarily needed.

I'm hoarding music so I never run out of things to listen to when I can't access the internet (and also just because a lot of things I've got can't be found on streaming services).

I have a lot of movies/TV, like full series, and then video games that can take up a lot of space.

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hey hey, more albums for your consideration!

Tyrannosaurus Rex / T. Rex Discography

>glam rock, psychedelic folk, hard rock, art rock

My People Were Fair and Had Sky in Their Hair... But Now They're Content to Wear Stars on Their Brows (1968)

Prophets, Seers & Sages: The Angels of the Ages (1968)

Unicorn (1969)

A Beard of Stars (1970)

T. Rex (1970)

Electric Warrior (1971)

The Slider (1972)

Tanx (1973)

Zinc Alloy and the Hidden Riders of Tomorrow (1974)

Bolan's Zip Gun (1975)

Futuristic Dragon (1976)

Dandy in the Underworld (1977)


Mick Flannery - Evening Train (2005)

melancholic folk piano/guitar. the kind of sad that comes over you sometimes that you just gently sit within.
two tracks on this album won an international songwriting contest judged by tom waits, a big influence on this guy, so you know it's gotta be good.
listen to the first 30 seconds of the sample and you'll get the general vibe for the album, with some rising and falling as it goes on.

>masterpiece imo

>mp3 v0

Sample: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8E7-Y9xNzNY

Link: https://mega.nz/#!A0oSALQC!5KtA2DuDV72NG_vih8F2Hd07ZVHXqx-AFl44kde7His

Vince Guaraldi- A Charlie Brown Christmas

>The original GOAT Christmas album. Only album guaranteed to simulate the warmth of a fire when payed. Jazz trio, eclectic, swing

DL: https://mega.nz/#!kAtHBIKD!omVmJml35CNP7tu-7F6byf3sTVY03RHeEUlducWP-1Q

Sufjan Stevens- Silver and Gold

>Folk, Electronic, More Sufjan Stevens Christmas songs,

>A little more electronic and pulsing than his previous Christmas album. Includes my two favorite songs from the sets in Christmas in the Room and Christmas Unicorn

DL: https://mega.nz/#!kVtTlCrS!xqKAFvSgFdwPkuLVAnDRHSTs1bAdNVld7oG4Np9GqBY


Anaรฏs Mitchell and Jefferson Hamer - Childe Ballads
>old English folk tunes with really nice arrangements




>One of my all time favorite neofolk albums (the genre being so often just DI6-core) Polish all female band crafting the most beautifully delicate soundscapes with folk instrumentation and airy vocals. I'd recommend to anyone who's a fan of Hosianna Mantra by Popol Vuh or Victorialand by Cocteau twins.

>H.O.H-Livin in a casket

>Very good and equally obscure memphis rap, some of the best instrumentals and well delivered verses I've heard within the genre. I never got why it had so few listeners.

>Igor Wakhevitch-Lets start

>Extremely interesting blend of contemporary classical and Kraut-style prog electronic with psychedelic influence, contemporary of Pierre Henry. It kinda makes me think of Terry Riley meets flylo sometimes.

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 675217

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anohni's hopelessness is a gem i almost overlooked this year. it's all glitchy glittery pop made in collaboration between anohni(aka athony hegarty of antony and the johnsons), hudson mohawke and and daniel lopatin. it's got some actually pretty snappy criticisms of obama, which are kinda nice on an album as left-wing as this.






Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 675526


I like Drone Bomb Me and Four Degrees but besides that I'm not wild about the album.

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 675542

So Fantano gave Atrocity Exhibition number 1 on his top 50 of 2016 list...he was also the only critic I know of to include The Glowing Man and Bottomless Pit in his top 5 (or on his list at all). The Glowing Man got snubbed by almost everyone for pretty obvious reasons, but Fantano had the balls to put it on his list because he actually loves the album and the band and basically he doesn't seem to give a shit about all the allegations which I think is admirable as a critic.

I'm disappointed he didn't include the new Leonard Cohen or Autechre at all. But it's a better top 50 than Pitchfork for sure. Pitchfork had fucking Solange as number 1, like really?

TinyMIxtapes put Dean Blunt at number 1 again, as well as Resident Advisor. And The Wire put Blackstar as number 1 which I saw a lot of people complaining about because I guess The Wire is supposed to be like a super avant-garde 2obscure4u publication meant to rival the "poptimism" of sites like P4K.
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๐Ÿˆ๐ŸˆStarshine๐Ÿˆ๐Ÿˆ!SUCC/WBAqg 675543

>people dont like The Glowing Man because he totally raped that slave
just stop

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 675545


Why else would it get snubbed by everyone else in spite of getting mostly positive reviews? Doesn't that seem kind of odd? And I don't even believe he raped Larkin, she's crazy based on what I've seen, but even if it did happen I've accepted that regardless I still love their music.

But like, Pitchfork gave The Glowing Man an 8.1/10, but didn't even include it on their honorable mentions list. Doesn't that seem kind of sketchy? TMT gave it a 3.5/5 and it wasn't on their list either. Also, both P4K and TMT wrote about the allegations in their reviews, whereas Fantano hasn't said a word about them at all, he just talks about the music. Connect the dots man.

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 675546


seriously look at this: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Glowing_Man

>Upon its release, The Glowing Man was widely praised by music critics. At Metacritic, which assigns a normalized rating out of 100 to reviews from critics, the album received an average score of 81, based on 22 reviews, indicating "universal acclaim". Writing for Exclaim!, Griffin J. Elliot called the album "a meticulous exercise in the band's streamlining their abstract sound, taking what they've done before and playing it under a newer, grander spotlight."[13] Saby Reyes-Kulkarni wrote for Pitchfork, "The love in [Gira's] music is as terrible as it is beautiful, a wrenching act of spiritual determination. Swans make this sound effortless, though, in a fitting end to a remarkable chapter of their career."[9]

>almost nobody scored it under 8/10

Yet only two publications put it on their year-end list (The Quietus and Rough Trade).

When The Seer and To Be Kind came out, Pitchfork was all over them. They both got 9/10 Best New Music and were on the year-end lists. The Glowing Man is like the logical conclusion to that kind of music for the band (although that said I don't like it quite as much as the other two). But when you're putting Solange at number 1 on your list, with an album that scored only a few decimals higher than The Glowing Man, how can you not include The Glowing Man somewhere on your 50-album list (100 if you count the honorable mentions)?
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chewy, that might be it, but also look at the performance of their last three albums. almost all of them got high marks and people put them in their top spots, but each year after the seer that number dwindles.

the rape allegations may be part of it, but swans are still swans. they're really good but not the kinda stuff most people want to be listening to for the majority of the year.

p4k is fucking p4k, so of course they're not going to, and most other outlets aren't as big into swans as someone like fantano is.

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Actually he mentioned it on Twitter. And dont pay attention to Pitchfork, their "opinions" are actually meaningless.

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 675561


>Actually he mentioned it on Twitter.

Are you sure about that? I've been following Fantano on twitter for like three years now and during the whole rape allegations fiasco I remember the ONLY thing Fantano did in reference to it was have his Filth vinyl record on display in one of his new videos. I don't remember him tweeting anything about it and I'm positive he didn't bring it up in either the Glowing Man review OR the AOTY video.

>And dont pay attention to Pitchfork, their "opinions" are actually meaningless.

I am aware of this, but every once in a while they introduce me to something new/interesting. It's better to look at the reviews they do that AREN'T the "Best New Music" ones because they actually do cover a lot of stuff, but the BNMs are usually just stuff that everyone is hyping up already, or flavor-of-the-month generic indie shit.
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>Are you sure about that?
>every once in a while they introduce me to something new/interesting
I've discovered a total of one track I like because of Pitchfork, and it was a long time ago. Not worth giving them any attention imho

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 675576



what did he say then? did he take the tweet down or something?


>I've discovered a total of one track I like because of Pitchfork

maybe you have better sources then? idk

I wouldn't have known there was a new Demdike Stare album if it wasn't for P4K, for example.
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Can you stop giving so much attention to this topic, thanks

๐Ÿˆ๐ŸˆStarshine๐Ÿˆ๐Ÿˆ!SUCC/WBAqg 675657

Run The Jewels 3 is out early

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Okay this shit right here, THIS SHIT RIGHT HERE is their best album imho. Its not as exciting or as over the top ridiculous as RTJ2, but I prefer it that way. Mike and El feel a lot more genuinely confident in their status as hip hop titans this time around. They aren't trying quite as hard to build themselves up, it just feels like they're actually trying to do something more methodical with the respect they've earned up to this point. El-P's lyricism took a solid step up, its a lot denser and more personal this time around. He still has some really funny quotes, but it never feels like "crazy cartoony guy and tough political guy." This feels like somewhere inbetween RTJ1 and Cancer 4 Cure. Killer Mike doesn't have the high highs he did on their last project, but he's at least as good as he was on RTJ1, which is to say really fuckin good.

There were like, zero bad tracks on this too. They put a new spin on some classic RTJ ideas in Legend Has It and Stay Gold, some really creatively dark bars on tracks like Thieves! and A Report to the Shareholders. RTJ2 had more interesting production overall, but I got no big complaints here.

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 675694


holy shit I need to listen to this

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 675699


it's great, better than RTJ2 for sure

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 675720


this >>675692

also Death Grips and DMX

Mac !RevGiOKgRo 675839

Donkey Kong

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 675860

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this is officially my favorite hip-hop album of 2016 and my favorite RTJ album.

it even surpasses the new Danny Brown and ATCQ for me. It's just so aggressive and hard-hitting, and everything about it is top-of-the-line (the rapping, the lyrics, the beats, the chemistry between El-P and Mike).

I've listened 10+ times now in full.

>We are the murderous pair

>That went to jail and we murdered the murderers there
>Then went to Hell and discovered the devil
>Delivered some hurt and despair


RTJ3 has so much polish and thought put into all of the beats and lyricism, but Atrocity Exhibition was just so new and crazy and hype. Rolling Stone wasn't that good but otherwise the album was kinda perfect. Innovation isn't the most important thing ever, but it does give an edge imo.

S&M is just so my taste tho. The story and concept are just entirely made up of ideas that I really like. Also I really think Daveed is unfuckin touchable on the mic. Its like if Andre 3000 was from Oakland.

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 675989


I think AE has some pretty shitty songs that prevent it from being the masterpiece it could have been. Also, the more I listen the more I realize that the beats aren't particularly more impressive than anything Death Grips has done, at least in terms of how industrial they are.

I know it's really cliche to compare everything to DG and I know DG didn't invent industrial hip-hop but they are definitely the most relevant act in that subgenre right now.

I also agree that Splendor & Misery is fantastic, but it's pretty short and not very conclusive and it's almost more of a sound collage with some rapping than a full-on hip-hop album (not that that's a bad thing though).
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AE isn't that insustrial at all wtf?

The lack of an ending was part of the point of S&M I think

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 676007


Maybe industrial was the wrong word but that's sort of what comes to mind when I hear the beat on Ain't It Funny or When It Rain. It's very hardcore and aggressive-sounding, but even moreso than the average kind of rap song. It's just like being punched in your ears practically.


Death Grips blends hip hop with stuff like industrial, punk, and dark electronic music. AE is like a psychedelic post-punk trap-ish album. I guess you could call the drums from Pneumonia kind of industrial but they really sound nothing alike IMO, they're both unique acts.

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 676022




eh I'm not sure I hear that, but otherwise I agree.

Mac !RevGiOKgRo 676211

I want to get into classical that isn't plebeian.

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 676213


I can help with that, but do you have any kind of preference I can work with?

Mac !RevGiOKgRo 676224

Just anything that isn't worn out by Bugs Bunny cartoons or Nazism.

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 676227


here's some stuff from my favorites on youtube list:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fiaTvR9sFX8&index=1&list=FL1mGcjD8cGrym7gFBHFcy2Q (minimalism)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EZVsEbodf6o&list=FL1mGcjD8cGrym7gFBHFcy2Q&index=5 (minimalism)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZHcHkfUJ0Fo&list=FL1mGcjD8cGrym7gFBHFcy2Q&index=22 (minimalism)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eMG6XCp8QOU&index=35&list=FL1mGcjD8cGrym7gFBHFcy2Q (baroque)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U-pVz2LTakM&list=FL1mGcjD8cGrym7gFBHFcy2Q&index=74 (serialism)

These probably aren't the best starting points but it was all I could really think of to post here without having to come up with some really in-depth guide--especially since I myself have barely scratched the surface of classical in general.

But this is the kind of stuff I generally listen to, let me know if you enjoy any of it.

Mac !RevGiOKgRo 676240

>let me know if you enjoy any of it.

TY, will do.

Starshine!Laura/wmXM 676572

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Mac !RevGiOKgRo 676647

What is that?

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 676758

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Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 677076


I actually recently listened to Bang On A Can's interpretation of Music For Airports and really liked it, especially the vocal sections on the second track. The original version doesn't really do much for me though.

Indy 677515

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Is it too soon to call this AOTY 2017?

I know it came out right before Christmas but it gets a physical release this month so it might as well be
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Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 677517


Honestly there's almost nothing I'm hyped for this year so possibly yes.

I mean there's gonna be new Ariel Pink and St. Vincent and possibly Gorrilaz, but I can't really see their albums being better than RTJ3.

Indy 677522

There's also gonna be a new LCD Soundsystem this year too

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 677523


not really a fan of them but that's cool

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So I'm gonna listen to St. Vincent's discography again in preparation for the new album, I guess.

My opinion has always strictly been: Marry Me is fantastic, and everything after is simply decent to outright bad.

She's one of those artists who, IMO, along with Nas, Leonard Cohen, and many others, never came close to topping or even matching their debut.

But I will give all the albums yet another chance.

Of course Marry Me is up first. I just don't understand. The arrangements on this album are so diverse, the lyrics so powerful/emotional, the melodies and choruses are absolutely beautiful...but then every other album just trashes those qualities in favor of an edgier aesthetic and more boring pop conventions.

She had so much potential to be the next Bjork or Kate Bush or something...maybe her album this year will be a return to form?
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Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 677529


now listening to Actor...not sure what I was going on about in this post, it's not quite as great as Marry Me but it's a lot better than I remembered...it's gorgeous but in a somewhat less "magnificent" way if that makes any sense.


Self-titled is her best actually

Indy 677619

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a bunch more links:

Yung Bae Collection
>Future Funk, Nu-disco, he also dabbles in some jazz here and there.
>Contains: Bae (1-3,) Japanese Disco Edits (1-2,) Skyscraper Anonymous, Bae: Side B, Writer's Block and Mura Masa & Yung Bae (the songs on Side B, but in case you guys want it.)
Sample: https://youtu.be/-cxKq9gvaOs [Embed]
Download: https://mega.nz/#F!ORVinYyZ!bPFw6t4vkKveXEW9h-qfbQ

Devil Doll - The Sacrilege of Fatal Arms (1993) [flac]
>Gothic rock, Progressive rock, old horror movie vibe, one 70m song, vocals will turn the weak away

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-JrXn8dyc1s [Embed]

Moe Shop - Pure Pure
Moe Shop - Moshi Moshi
>mp3, 320 kbps
>future funk, nu-disco
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0S482JBoCmw [Embed]

Xiu Xiu - FORGET (2017, 320 k/bps, MP3, Experimental, Noise pop)
Sample: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=shqEHhiZdys [Embed]

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 677703

So I bought Safe As Milk on vinyl a few days ago, and I ordered To Be Kind directly from Swans' official site so it will be signed by Gira (40 fucking dollars when you include S&H, but it is a triple LP).

I now have my two favorite Beefheart albums on vinyl (my brother got me TMR for christmas two years ago before I even had a record player). I want to get Mirror Man at some point too. To me, TMR and Safe As Milk are like 9.5/10, Mirror Man is 8/10, and everything else Beefheart has done is 7/10 or less (I don't get why so many people love Doc At The Radar Station and Lick My Decals Off).

Also as I posted earlier ITT, I have The Powers That B too. These are all records that I had wanted for a while. I'm not sure what I want next. Maybe a Kanye album?

I'm such a basic /mu/ bitch lmao

Moonlight On Vermont is one of the best songs ever made though.

My brother's girlfriend and my dad are gonna help me learn to play guitar. I bought a really nice black acoustic guitar a few days ago, it was a pretty spontaneous purchase but I don't regret it, I had wanted to learn an instrument for a long time. Having a job really pays off, no pun intended.

Starshine!Laura/wmXM 677708

>Moe Shop
Hell yeah, I recently discovered his stuff, so hype.


Starshine!Laura/wmXM 677709

You asked for city pop recs the other day? Here's another: >>676572

Elicoor13 677710

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so i'm late with an aoty list, partially because i haven't listened to a whole lot this year. anyway, since rtj3 is totally a 2017 album(physically anyway) here is a lame list of things that i liked(read: most of the albums i listened to more than 3 times) in 2016:

atrocity exhibition by danny brown
splendor and misery by clipping
end position by street sects
blackstar by david bowie(so generic i know)
imperial by denzel curry
false readings on - eluvium
hopelessness - anohni
stage four - touchรฉ amorรฉ
blonde - frank ocean
worry - jeff rosenstock

edited my list because marissa nadler's album was super great, but goddamn if anohni didn't make an album that perfectly summed up a lot of the same angst i had about 2016. 4 degrees is one of my favorite songs this year, partially because it's nice to hear someone eloquently angst about how we're losing bio-diversity. it's amazing to hear a song that's basically a depressed druid hopelessly singing about extinction. that alone is worth a spot in my aoty.

same. i found his music literally 2 days ago, someone had synced up a bunch of industrial pasta rollers to his song "crush". it was trippy.
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Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 677711


I'll check it out

Elicoor13 677714

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okay, so i have no clue how kero kero bonito passed me by, but goddamn it's some of the funnest pop music i've heard this year/last year. like, cute music with english accents and silly kinda broken japanese? it hits all my happy poppy needs. like, holy shit.

in fact, fuck that touche amore album. it's really good and all, but this is so much more enjoyable. like, stage four is amazing, don't get me wrong. it's probably the best new touche amore album, but this is so much more fun and listenable. i've spent the past 3 hours listening to this, and even when i was super into stage four i could only listen to it once or twice a day.

Kero Kero Bonito - Bonito Generation
>Bubblegum Pop, J-Pop, a cross between Katy Perry and Kyary Pamyu Pamyu but self-aware and a bit tongue-in-cheek, better-than-PC Music-core

sample: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9Qmwsg2pyEc
DL (320kbps): https://mega.nz/#!BEtk3arZ!zt-MZEWRD39z_87dHpfs_c_EDZ_ATexs5Q50FS4EGYQ

Kero Kero Bonito - Bonito Recycling
> electronic, remix album
Sample: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AsSHoTOOcd0


Kero Kero Bonito - Intro Bonito
>cute as fuk, avant-pop, bubblegum bass
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Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 677715


yeah KKB is great, Bonito Generation is a lot better than their first album but there are still some great songs on the first one, haven't listened to the remix one yet.

fav songs by them are Trampoline and Graduation

Elicoor13 677718

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i really like heard a song, but a lot of that comes from the fact that it reminds me of a cromartie high school sketch. try me is hella cute, i don't think many people have a resume as cute as that.

trampoline is really great tho, probably my favorite song on the album. it's almost like a bunch of people looked at pc music and went "hey, what if we were genuine about what we were talking about and not a bunch of ironic pop deconstructionists?" and it's great.

that's actually the thing i like the most about kkb, they're not so post-modern that they're divorced from concepts like having fun, unlike some subsets of the pc music thing who give the vibe that all of their poppy stuff is under 6 layers of irony.

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 677723


okay now I've listened to Strange Mercy which I found to be sub-par, but I'm on self-titled now and it's actually really good

I'm glad I decided to give her another chance

but I still maintain that Marry Me is her best

Elicoor13 677751

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speaking of pc music, i really liked charli xcx's ep vroom vroom. like, sure the lyrics are trashy, but the title track sounds like pop's dystopian future today.


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This is my unironic fucking jam holy molly

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High school sucks
High school sucks
High school sucks
Everybody called me a faggot

Elicoor13 677834

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so i forgot what tom delonge looked like, so i reverse image searched that picture and i found out that tom's next project will be about ayylmaos.

from the article itself:
>Former Blink 182 singer/guitarist Tom DeLonge is launching a new multi-media project called Sekret Machines that will incorporate both fiction and nonfiction books, a documentary and new music. DeLonge's first offering will be a 704-page hardcover novel, Sekret Machines Book 1: Chasing Shadows, which he co-wrote with author A.J. Hartleyand which will be published on April 5th.

>The book is the first of three and is said to be based on "actual events" and "facts" gleaned from "sources within the military and intelligence community." It follows a number of characters -- among them a pilot, an heiress, a journalist and a prisoner of war -- who have seen "something impossible" in the sky, with the source and true nature of these objects at the center of the mystery.

>DeLonge says the new book contains true information from a secret historical record, some of which has never been heard until now, and was written with the help of eight elite advisors. He added, "We all need to take a moment to think about the national security threat that exists when world powers race to understand and control advanced technology recovered from extraordinary places."

i don't know why, but it all made me laugh.
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These are prolly gonna sell out fast, mines in the mail

>who have seen "something impossible" in the sky, with the source and true nature of these objects at the center of the mystery

I don't know why but the first thing I thought was "flat earth" lmao. I love flat earth people, I could listen to them for days.

Elicoor13 677854

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i love that people get salty about those people existing too. flat earth people are really interesting to talk to, a few of them hang out at the transit center. when i worked mornings there was this guy who i chatted with on the bus who believed the flat earth theory. he was super normal, except that he believed that the earth was flat and there was a hoax concerning it's roundness perpetuated by satan.

i'm sad tom delonge isn't that kinda crazy, and is instead just a big nerd about ufos and shit.

Elicoor13 677998

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okay, so what the fuck is up with people claiming that savage mode is somehow a good EP? it's so fucking boring, it's ground zero for everything lazy about the mainstream trap scene. i decided to try and give it a second chance and holy balls if it's not the most boring trap release i've ever heard.

like, i'm not asking for him to go off like danny brown or anything, but holy shit you could try to sound like you want to be there or like you give a shit about what you're talking about.

his fucking lazy ass mumblemouthed bullshit is annoying to me. i don't know why. fuck 21 savage, woptober was a better tape than savage mode.

Elicoor13 677999

ponychan wont let me edit this shit, but holy fuck flocka's salute me or shoot me was better than savage mode. who's dick did 21 savage suck or who's dick did his manager suck? like, he's okay at best, fuck xxl and their retarded ass shit. fuck the music press for overhyping that shit too, it'd be utterly generic if it wasn't overhyped.

on another matter entirely can we talk about how fucking sweet goddamn ghost is for a minute? like, square hammer is dope as fuckl


ALSO like, i am gonna admit that i've only heard ok computer once and pablo honey twice. like, i know chewy and indy like radiohead, but are they really worth my time? like, i listen to all the guys who influenced them and i like people influenced by them, is it worth giving them a listen?

i get that they are a cultural icon, that's why i listened to ok computer, but is it worth it to delve into radiohead? firmly grasp it, shuckle, other people who post in this thread, is it worth it to listne to radiohead? i love you chewy and indy but you all aren't objective in this matter.

also did i respond to that? shit.

i'm a little drunk btws.
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Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 678040

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21 Savage is awful and people who defend him and that mixtape he did always come up with some bullshit about "grittiness" or call it a fusion of ambient and hip-hop but it's just like...nah. You want grittiness, there's dozens of great rappers you can listen to. You want ambient hip-hop, there's stuff like cLOUDDEAD and Bones and a lot of other cloud rap.

>but is it worth it to delve into radiohead?


literally my favorite band to this day. they became my favorite band when I first started getting into music, and then I went through this whole thing where I cared too much about what /mu/ thought and felt bad that they were my favorite band so I tried to make some other band my favorite band, but then I was like "nah fuck that I'm not even gonna pretend, they really are my favorite band".

If OK Computer doesn't click for you, try Kid A, it is very different but those two are usually considered their absolute best, despite having several masterpiece albums. But OKC and Kid A are generally the ones that people are like "Holy shit 10/10 GOAT" over.

however even if you don't like those two right away, you can try their newest (A Moon Shaped Pool) because it is kind of like a good mix of everything they've done so far; it's got some of the electronic elements of Kid A, but also more of the "conventional" rock elements of OKC.

And if you just want almost entirely electronic stuff, try Amnesiac or The King Of Limbs.

if you want more normal rock, try The Bends (some people swear by it but it does nothing for me). avoid their debut at all costs.
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Radiohead is very interesting. There probably hasn't been a full record of theirs that I enjoyed start to finish, but their highs are really high. Here's my favorite tracks from each of their albums I've heard.

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OK Computer I have plenty of respect for, but it really just doesn't get much of an emotional reaction from me at all outside of Subterranean. I always felt like for me at least its one of those "you had to be there" kind of albums that nobody else had to be there for to enjoy. Like The Beatles.

Kid A I used to really love, its probably still my favorite of theirs by far, its one of those very rare albums that innovated and employed a lot of early 2000s electronic techniques that were quickly outdated. Really gives it a classic feel that was unique to its time despite being less than 20 years old. My biggest issue is with the closing track. I just don't really like the harp as an instrument at all, it doesn't sound good to me, same reason I don't like Joanna Newsom.

Amnesiac gets a bad rep as being essentially Kid B, but I think that's kind of unfair. Apart from that godawful fucking Morning Bell remix, it was a very uniquely sinister turn for the band, kinda reminded me of Massive Attack in some ways. You and Whose Army is just... why the fuck do Radiohead need at least one obligatory softspoken "fuck you come at me" track on EVERY ALBUM IVE HEARD?? Its usually one of theworse tracks on the album, just stop...

Hail to the Thief was too long, not always that good, but somehow its probably my second favorite. Its like an album about all the disposable NPCs in a fantasy story that don't have much control over their lives and are just along for the ride, at least that's how I interpreted it after so many listens, and thats a really cool concept to me. Very worth listening to imo, good tracks at the start and near the finish.

In Rainbows was never really my thing, which I kinda feel bad about. My whole time listening to Radiohead I was thinking "yeah I like the more ambient tracks just fine but I wish they'd just release an album only made of fun singles" and they did just that and I just didn't really feel it. Its got that same anxious danceable downtempo that you find with J Dilla, which is cool and all but just, idunno maybe I need to give it another chance.

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Also yeah I really liked Meliora start to finish, had to delete it because I was overplaying it but I'll probably come back to it in a year or two and be like "damn this is a perfect heavy metal album"

They just make me think of Shadman tho, lmao

Starshine!Laura/wmXM 678161



Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 678322

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Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 678358

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This is amazing. I don't know a lot about punk, what is some other stuff like this? The hooks are so good.


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Oh hey, this thread gets posts

cool, I'll post here


>this fucking record

oh my fucking god what is this, it's like they actually perfected music. I feel like I should kill myself, because nothing is going to be better than this. I dabbled in some EAI and Onkyo before, but this. This is another level of amazing. Jesus I need more, chewy spoon feed me please senpai.

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 678402


I've actually had that record in my watch later playlist for a while now. I will listen later and if I can think of anything similar, I will post it for you.

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 678412


alright, listening now. this definitely reminds me of certain things, but it is unique in the sense that it takes a lot of elements of other artists/albums/genres and combines them in specific ways that I haven't really heard before.

the first thing that comes to mind is Captain Beefheart, specifically the album Mirror Man, however Mirror Man is kind of faster and more "aggressive" as opposed to the really slow feel of this album. But there are some similarities, Mirror Man also has very long, drawn-out jams with weird bluesy vocals.

sometimes the piano playing reminds me of free jazz albums I have heard, I wish I could remember which ones though. maybe you could just look into "free jazz piano" or something. but as for the other instrumentation, I don't think I've ever really heard them played in this same droney but also very dramatic and kind of spontaneous way.

there was a Japanese blues album I listened to months ago that you might like, I'm gonna go find that again.

EDIT: it's Blue Water Red Water by Kazuki Tomokawa
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xiu xiu's latest has been compulsively listenable to me, which is a thing i never thought i'd say. i love xiu xiu, women as lovers is a great album that you all should listen to at least once, but no xiu xiu album is something i could listen to over and over again. like, the lyrics and the sheer amount of pained drama in every song is hard to listen to at times, but putting it all to really poppy beats makes it very easy to listen to. also he doesn't have shit like "There Are Two Men in a Red Mercedes Trying to Rape a Woman in My Parking Space" on the new album, so there's that too. a lot of the really depressing shit that jamie likes to throw on his albums isn't here, which is nice. if this was another angel guts: red classroom i'd probably not listen to it actually.

call is one of my favorite tracks, because it sounds like a high NRG track that got hijacked at a gay bar by one of the more depressed patrons.

links to albums:
Xiu Xiu - FORGET (2017, 320 k/bps, MP3, Experimental, Noise pop)

Xiu Xiu - Women As Lovers (2008) MP3
>experimental, Michael Gira did a cover of Under Pressure on this


so from all of this i decided to listen to a moon shaped pool because it sounds like the one i'd like the most.

i liked it, but i can tell this isn't where their best work is. it's good and exactly what i wanted, but i think kid a is probably going to end up being the one i like the most. it also means i won't be in the "ok computer is better than kid a" camp anymore, but w/e.

>Also yeah I really liked Meliora start to finish, had to delete it because I was overplaying it but I'll probably come back to it in a year or two and be like "damn this is a perfect heavy metal album"

i know right? also i can kinda see the shadman thing.
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so i'm just gonna post this here, because damn this is a lot of music. my copy paste thing kinda fucked the formatting, but copypasting the links into an address bar should work just fine:

here are some full discographies up for download. some things to note; the Beatles download does not include cover art, the Swans album Greed is not included, and the metadata for one of the B L A C K I E albums is kinda wonky but other than that everything is solid.

>Animal Collective (and side projects of members)

>The Beatles
>Big Black
>B L A C K I E
>Boards of Canada
>Crippled Black Phoenix
>Dead Kennedys
>Flaming Lips
>John Maus
>The Pillows
>Sleaford Mods

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 678454


file no longer available for B L A C K I E

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holy fuck "at last, at last" and "faith torn apart" are really good. the spoken word bit at the end of fta is so fucking xiu xiu, it's almost like the movie that the band is named after.

forget is also a top tier song, mostly for all the really cool synth sounds all over it. it's monsterously sublime really, there are all these almost demonic voices all over the track; there are noisey synths that just pummel this chugging almost industrial groove on you; but all throughout there are all these shimmering synth passages that are really pretty. petite coming right after it is a stroke of genius, because it allows jamie to chill for a minute and just deliver some super vulnerable lines backed by really tasteful cello and guitar strumming.

lame. gimmie a bit, i'll find an acceptable replacement.

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 678460


I can't get into Xiu Xiu. I listened to some of their albums and I really don't like the vocals. And if I'm gonna be honest, the Twin Peaks album they did was terrible.

Elicoor13 678461

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yeah, it was...eh for me.

xiu xiu is weird, i like jamie's vocals, but that's mostly because he gets a lot of melodrama across with his vocals. listening to xiu xiu is like reading bukowski, it appeals to a sense of almost overtly dirty hyper-realism. i think i mentioned not listening to angel guts when it came out, and part of that is that you really need to be in the mood for xiu xiu, which i think kinda makes them a gimmick group.

also jamie bases too many songs off of his personal tragedies, to the point where he almost killed himself. no lie, you won't see it on his wikipedia page now, but that was a huge bit of drama for a while. things like that are kinda ground zero reasons why xiu xiu isn't for everyone, along with his yelp-y vocals and the fact that his songs are some of the most uncomfortable diary entries ever.

so i get not liking them, 100%.


Just confirmed that I'm seeing RTJ in February. I really hope they have that kaiju art from their website as a t-shirt.

Thx for this, I'll definitely try some links when I'm home

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 678467


>Just confirmed that I'm seeing RTJ in February

lucky bastard

tfw never been to a real concert


Are none of your friends into music? What about your brother?

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hey, here are some links that should work.






that's not a full discog, but i'll find the others soon.

tell me if any of the links don't work, i can find links for you.

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 678471


I don't have many friends, there's a couple guys who would probably go to a concert with me but the opportunity just never really came up. Social anxiety played a big role in that, but I think I might be at a point where I can handle a concert.

My brother isn't nearly as into music as I am and there are very few artists we both like. Our tastes are extremely different so neither of us would enjoy the kinds of concerts we'd each want to go to.
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Kyuss is dead, and I can't do anything with rar files either way :/

The dude I went to see Danny Brown with was a coworker I had only known for a few weeks, and he only knew a few of the songs, but we had a great time.

Elicoor13 678474

>can't do anything with rar files anyway

is that just an operating system thing? like, are you using something that doesn't allow for them? or do you not have a free thing to open up rars?

i'll check around, see what i come up with.

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I got a free trial of winrar a long time ago so I could play Yume Nikki. I know you can find it on TPB or whatever but Comcast started sending me notifications every time I got something from there.

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just get 7-zip?

Elicoor13 678502

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dude, like what shuckle said, 7zip is your friend here.


here's a link to 7zip, and if that's not what you want, i can post you this thing right here:


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Looks like kind of a hassle, but ill take a look

Anyway, I saw Chewy post a Youtube playlist of his favorite hip hop songs, and I thought I'd mess around with the idea. These are all Bay Area essentials.

We're a very proud and distinct subculture of hip hop. From fashion to dancing to street art to lingo to weed, so many of the newest freshest hip hop memes get their start right around the corner from here. Its pretty easy to fall in love with the genre when you grow up surrounded by the very best of every aspect. You won't find much New York-style wordsmithing or artsy song structures, but we got trunk knockin beats, we got funny ass punchlines, we got some good conscious shit here an there, we got that banana dick swagswagswag, we got self referential masturbatory slang that you probably wont understand, an we got Hyphy Juice, grapple flavor. Mix that shit with some Cuervo and go flyin down the street hangin out the moon roof and youll totally impress the Puerto Rican girls. I wanted to put Afroman on here but he's from SoCal :c

there's always more young talent popping up but this is a little mix of what I grew up with, set phasers on fun


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>downlaod 7-zip
>congrats you can use 7-zip
it's like actually the opposite of a hassle

>playlist of favorite shit

hm, I might do that with black metal, maybe not, idk who's even into that here other than maybe eli.

Also I'm discovering the EAI and Free Improv are the GOAT genres actually.

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I can also just find the albums I want somewhere else and not have software on my computer that I won't use

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do as thou wilt my man.

also speaking of bay area hip-hop, vice just did this thing:


i like how lil b is "in character" for some of it, but you can see how much of his internet persona is legit and it's kinda amazing.

also i'm kinda amazed that i've listened to more of this list than i thought i had. excluding all the kool ad stuff and the clipping track, i mean.

i feel like i should make a playlist of something. like a neo-folk essentials, or maybe a post-rock intro guide.

or i could try and do a primer for 206 hip-hop lel.

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I made it partly for my coworkers and they like music that they remember more than new stuff

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This is the funniest shit ive seen in hella long, Soulja Boy sounds like a lyin bitch

>Naw I got a gate, when you get to the gate, you go through that gate, then you gotta go through another gate. There wa'nt nobody at the gate.

>One nigga run through the front door, I hop out I start shooting, POW POW POW POW, shot the nigga, POW shot his ass POW POW POW POW, all the niggas run out the door, they run out the door, this nigga on the floor

>Walk up to this nigga, take his mask off his head, looked at it saw who it was, and shot his ass again POW POW I knew who it was

<So when I went to go talk to him, a good conversation turned bad. We was talking about contracts, money, and he basically said we ain't gettin nothin, cuz he gotta take care of himself first.

<We had a great song (Whoop Rico), and when he put his verse on there, it turned bad. He took one of my artist's verses off the song, which was the first verse... Yeah he put his verse on it.

<I slapped him. Open hand. After I slapped him, he reached for his pistol and started lettin shots off. I got hit 5 times, out of those 16. At his house, same night.

<He let us in and everything. He was just like this *holds gun straight* I said what u gon do wit dat? So I slapped him again.

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I guess I may as well share a hip-hop interview as well.


I'm pretty sure Keith is trolling a bit in this.

>Vanilla Ice in his top 5

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This film's soundtrack is GOAT

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This album will be 20 years old this year.

I'm listening again, my opinion changes on it a lot, but right now I feel like it is a literal 10/10. It's just fucking amazing, and its themes of technological paranoia and societal drones are still so relevant it's almost scary.

and just for the record there are less than 15 records that I consider 10/10

A heart that's full up like a landfill
A job that slowly kills you
Bruises that won't heal
You look so tired, unhappy
Bring down the government
They don't, they don't speak for us
I'll take a quiet life
A handshake of carbon monoxide

With no alarms and no surprises
No alarms and no surprises
No alarms and no surprises
Silent, silent

This is my final fit
My final bellyache

With no alarms and no surprises
No alarms and no surprises
No alarms and no surprises, please

Such a pretty house
And such a pretty garden

No alarms and no surprises
No alarms and no surprises
No alarms and no surprises, please
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here are my 10s

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and just for the fuck of it, here's my top 50 classical I just made

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My only flawless 10s that I feel strongly about are Fetch, Loveless, Monoliths & Dimensions.

ok maybe itaots
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actually now that you mention it I feel like I should put Loveless in the last spot

Indy 678672

Kid A, In Rainbows, Amnesiac, and even AMSP are so much better though

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 678673


Kid A and In Rainbows maybe, Amnesiac and AMSP definitely not IMO.

Indy 678674

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I dunno, OKC is just one of those albums I've never understood the overwhelming acclaim for. I mean, they're good, but nothing to write home about

>pic related is AOTY 1997 imo

Indy 678687

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Speaking of In Rainbows, it's gonna be 10 years old this year. The album that single-handedly made Radiohead my favorite band during high school


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Here's chart, pls don't bully me

I need to update this with a few albums, but I only do that once a month, so it'll be a while

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What should I try if I liked this album? Is garage metal a term?

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 678731

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So I mentioned the /jazz/ general on /mu/ in an /oat/ thread, now I decided that I wanted to say something here about jazz, something I saw someone say on /mu/ at one point, I wish I had the exact quote...

But it was more or less about how jazz is one of the few forms of popular music that has been so massively diverse, influential, artistic, skillful, etc., yet almost always remained so far removed from pop culture, even hipsters.

I mean of course most average people know jazz exists, and have an idea of what it can be, but only a vague idea, like I think the average person just thinks of jazz music as bands with a saxophone, drums and piano playing moody nighttime or club music, which has truth to it, but is also a major stereotype/generalization, because jazz extends far beyond that, even into avant-garde territory.

and most people can probably name a few famous jazz artists such as Louis Armstrong or John Coltrane, but I don't think so many people know how many hundreds of important artists there are to be discovered. I myself still have so much to explore.

and I think a lot of rock fans don't recognize the influence jazz had on rock (and many other genres), every time people talk about "best drummers of all times" it's always rock band drummers and rarely jazz drummers even though there were many great jazz drummers who came long before the most well-known rock drummers, because jazz was innovating artistically from the early 20th century to the 1960s when rock first started being taken seriously as an art form and going beyond just commercial pop stuff (pic related).

it's just not really "cool" to like jazz for some reason, so it remains largely out of the view/ears of "normies" (hate to use that term, but you know what I mean). but it's not hipster enough that you seem interesting for liking it, which is why I think most music publications don't cover jazz often unless they are a publication that specializes in jazz.

and then of course there's the big meme that "jazz is dead" because most people can't name a jazz artist who released a significant album after the 80s, but from what I've heard/read, jazz is actually thriving in the underground and continuing to push boundaries. the thing is that even actual jazz fans tend to stay within that 40s-70s "golden age", or at least the age that produced the most well-known classics.

maybe I'm just "sheltered" in the sense that I usually only discuss jazz on /mu/, or read about it online, but it seems like jazz before the 40s is rarely discussed by many people, despite having produced important legends such as Louis Armstrong and Duke Ellington. everyone can name their favorite Mingus, Coltrane, or Miles album, but it seems like the early greats don't often get as much recognition these days.

like for example I was reading Louis' wikipedia page and he was a pretty fascinating person, he was basically responsible for turning jazz into an art form rather than just pop music, and also developing the importance of the role of soloists, with his signature solo instrument being the trumpet. but he also innovated with the way he used his voice, especially with "scat singing" and general vocal jazz....and Duke Ellington made thousands of compositions, many of which became jazz standards, despite himself apparently trying to remain uncategorized genre-wise.

and that's not to mention all the important political developments of the early 1900s, but I guess we don't need to get into that here. but music does indisputably play a role in that. Black musicians who were decided to be of importance to powerful whites in that age were allowed special treatment and privileges that most black people didn't get. it's that crazy effect that art has on society and culture and politics, and obviously back then there was WAAAY more racism and racial issues.

but anyways, I'm like completely rambling at this point. I'm listening to a Louis album and it's pretty great, I love his voice and of course his trumpet playing. it's so emotional and powerful but also playful and kind of joyful, at least on this particular record.

Anonymous 678858

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Well right at the moment I'm listening to:


Youtube just sorta autoplayed over to it eventually.

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 678876

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alright fuck it I'll share some stuff I found in /mu/ sharethreads recently

Joji - Chloe Burbank Vol. 1 (2016) (Filthy Frank's "normal" alter ego for serious non-Pink Guy-related music, basically the non-meme/irony/shit version of his rapping, he's actually a pretty good producer, I haven't actually listened to this comp yet)
>lofi, instrumental hip hop, electronic
>never really got released, so [some anon] took what [they] thought were his best songs and put them into a compilation, many of them are extended versions that go for over 8 minutes. really chill and enjoyable stuff

sample: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pMErlY2CIs0
dl: https://mega.nz/#F!BYdyTDpC!jGxskkoFSxPTdp2sqUcMKA


Aby Ngana Diop - Liital (1994)

>Senegalese Death Grips

SAMPLE: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CoUDmuuLees
LINK: https://mega.nz/#F!h99mzTYJ!HA5XcLLsuqP2JyvF-Azvxw

EDIT: more stuff

William Basinski - A Shadow in Time (2017, literally just leaked, fairly well-known ambient/drone artist known for very long, repetitive, minimal, slowly evolving compositions, this new album is partially a tribute to David Bowie)

also this is my new guilty pleasure: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DbHa-pllnDU
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If this means that nobody has heard this then lemme jus say it's real fukken enjoyable. Really easy to listen to, the albums pacing makes me think of some sorta black metal-ish Sonic Youth.

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>the albums pacing makes me think of some sorta black metal-ish Sonic Youth

i have never heard oathbreaker described in that way, i'll have to check that out. also i think i've not listened to it because the name oathbreaker gives me flashbacks to 2007 and shitty metalcore ruled my high-school.

it's a shitty reason tho.

Indy 679041

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This is actually really good

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 679257

TWO LEAKED DANNY BROWN TRACKS (likely AE B-sides/rejects)


Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 679288

Ariel Pink & Weyes Blood - Tears on Fire (2017)
>psychedelic pop, collaboration EP

Sample: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wl5nG5DA2Is

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Anonymous 679358

I've got this on at the moment. Classic Rolling Stones.


This one is still stuck in the back of my head from Friday. Cant' get it out of my head. Thanks Jeff!


Elicoor13 679397

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so i downloaded this randomly off /mu/, and it hits a lot of my buttons. it's like what if a japanese screamo band found out about shoegaze. their female singer does a lot of kinda shoegazey things with her voice.

forever has some of their best guitar work, it's so damn nimble.



this looks interesting, i'm gonna have to look into this.

i couldn't find that album online, so i downloaded their first album maelstrom.

maelstrom was weird, it was like if a kinda cool black metal band decided to be a metalcore band instead.

damn, rest in peace.

i am going to have to listen to that william basinsky project. i got the disintegration loops in high-school from a friend of my mom's and i kinda fell in love with it, so i'm hype for this.

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 679424


why does J-pop sound so much better when you're tired af?

like normally something like this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=55apPVv8IfQ&index=20&list=WL would just irritate me but because its past 10pm it seems really soothing...

also I might go to a concert next month. there's a symphony performing very close to me and they do a blend of classical and jazz, including some Mozart pieces.

it's also fairly cheap compared to regular concerts

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 679425

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Admiral 679428

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Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 679495


never listened to this guy before but I'm listening to his first album now and its blowing my fucking mind

>Daft Mouth

I came

also apparently this is the guy who made The Ultimate Showdown Of Ultimate Destiny???

this is basically like a silly version of The Avalanches
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Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 679496

also holy shit new Father John Misty this year FUCK YES

Admiral 679497

Neil's an "internet person". He did potter puppet pals, the ultimate showdown and a few other notable internet things in the 2000s. I'm obligated to link you my favorite album of his.


Starshine!Laura/wmXM 679498

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Oh yeah, I 'member

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 679501


I will check it out later, right now I'm listening to his mashup/plunderphonics albums.

holy shit. I'm on Orgonon Girls from his second album and it's so fucking amazing I almost feel like crying. I never thought a fucking mashup album could be this good.
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Waifus are people too!YoRdlEjxQ6 679647

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Unironically AOTY for me, and it's going to be hard to top

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 679648


after listening to it, I have to say I don't like it nearly as much as the previous two

I'd say

>Sounds - 8.5/10

>Silence - 9/10
>Moods - 7.5/10

so it's not BAD, it's just not like a masterpiece or something.

the song with the AC/DC vocals just proves that no kind of instrumentation can make the AC/DC singer sound not terrible. there were other sounds on Moods that I found to be just annoying, and nothing as good as Daft Mouth or the song mentioned here >>679501

my AOTY is either the new William Basinski or the new FLips

Elicoor13 679649

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i'd forgotten how much i liked moog synths until i heard that, also i like how moody and nocturnal it sounds.

i've had more of a listen to this, it's fun as hell.

Starshine!Laura/wmXM 679650

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Moogs are great, I love them.

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 679651


Julia Holter - Cookbook (unknown year) (spoken word, sound collage, really weird)

This is basically like Tragedy or Ekstasis except even more abstract, it is literally a single 45-minute track of a woman reading cooking instructions in a calm, neutral voice while various samples play, some musical and some not. This was supposedly made BEFORE Tragedy which is usually credited as her first album.

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Admiral 679652

I definitely felt like it had more definite duds for me, even if it's just because I can't stand One Week in any context. Each album has it's own points of sheer brilliance and songs that are mostly in service of a joke, but I feel like from the best to the worst, songs on Moods are better polished and more self contained. Sounds in particular suffered from the songs cross-pollinating instead of committing and letting their concept play out.

I think right now I still like Silence best.

Elicoor13 679664

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your boy just found a couple of discography links, also btws i can't seem to find all of kyuss discog yet but i'll try and have that up sometime soonish.

a tribe called quest

collective, jazz rap, ESSENTIAL


Studio albums:

>People's Instinctive Travels and the Paths of Rhythm (1990)

>The Low End Theory (1991)
>Midnight Marauders (1993)
>Beats, Rhymes and Life (1996)
>The Love Movement (1998)
>We Got It from Here... Thank You 4 Your Service (2016)

Compilations albums:
>Revised Quest for the Seasoned Traveller (1992)
>The Anthology (1999)
>Hits, Rarities & Remixes (2003)
>The Lost Tribes (2006)
>The Best of A Tribe Called Quest (2008)


>Can I Kick It? (1990)

>Oh My God (1994)
>1nce Again (1996)
>Stressed Out (1996)

Solo Records:

>Phife Dawg - Ventilation Da LP

>Ali Shaheed Muhammad - Shaheedullah and Stereotypes
>Q Tip - Amplified
>Q Tip - The Renaissance
>Q Tip - Kamaal/The Abstract


de la soul discog




Three Feet High And Rising (1988)
De La Soul Is Dead (1991)
Buhloone Mindstate (1993)
Stakes Is High (1996)
Art Official Intelligence: Mosaic Thump (2000)
AOI: Bionix (2001)
The Grind Date (2004)
and the Anonymous Nobody... (2016)


Days Off (2004)
For Your Pain And Suffering (2016)
De La Soul & Dilla - Smell THA DA.I.S.Y
Live At Clear Lake (1994)
Live at Tramps NYC (1996)

moogs are one of those things that can sound hella cheesey if done wrong, but they can do so many cool things and for a while so many people gave up on them. thank god for nostalgia right?

did you know they made a documentary about the moog simply called "moog"? the soundtrack is pretty interesting, here are a couple of my favorite tracks from it:



aaand the whole soundtrack because why not(i can't find a mega link anywhere so no download link, yet)?

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Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 679665


De La link doesn't seem to be working.

also pro-tip: Q-Tip's solo album The Renaissance is really good, I never see people talk about it but it's definitely worth a listen

Elicoor13 679669

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speaking of moogs, have an album of moog music!


dl link:

weird, i'll fix that ASAP. does just copying and pasting it into your address bar not work?

also awesome, i'm hype for it. i've never really given atq much time apart from stuff off can i kick it.
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Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 679672


>does just copying and pasting it into your address bar not work?

nah it didn't work

also if you haven't listened to ANY Tribe before, start with The Low End Theory. it's their most "important" album in terms of how groundbreaking it was for the genre.

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I haven't heard any of Oathbreaker's other albums yet. Not a fan of most metalcore in general, but that's usually because I don't like the vocals, and I really like Caro's voice.

Ill put Eros|Anteros up on Mega. I've actually been purchasing a lot of music lately so lmk if anyone wants something over here.


>Oathbreaker - Eros|Anteros

>Black metal, post-hardcore

I've been slapping AC/VC all week tbh

Waifus are people too!YoRdlEjxQ6 679719

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My other AOTY stuff is all black metal

Dumal - The Lesser God is the leader though, it's like MGLA but actually good.

Waifus are people too!YoRdlEjxQ6 679721

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This is unironically really fucking good, what the fuck is going on?

Mac !RevGiOKgRo 679724



Elicoor13 679725

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>my AOTY is either the new William Basinski or the new FLips

the new william basinski is fucking amazing, 100% AOTY material. his bowie tribute is infinitely listenable and really amazingly textured, if you're patient.

i ended up listening to this instead of a tribe called quest because i'm a lazy asshole, also because the disintegration loops were a big part of my high-school existence.

yeah, her voice is really good. i'm not too big on her singing tho, i heard one of the tracks off their 2016 album rheia where she sings and it's...passable.

i kinda understated how much i liked oathbreaker, but that's partially because they feel like something that's being marketed at me. like, everything about their sound is shit that i used to be super into at one point in metal. their latest album had a ton of stuff that 2012 me would have eaten up.

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 679832

New Infected Mushroom coming through!!

Infected Mushroom - Return to the Sauce [2017] [Album] FLAC, web rip

>new album by one of the only complextro/EDM/"brostep" acts that is actually good, you probably loved them in high school

>no idea what this new album is like but it's got some pretty long track lengths including a 40-minute closer


I haven't actually listened to it yet but I'm pretty excited to.

Waifus are people too!YoRdlEjxQ6 679836

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I still can't get over how good The Death of Pablo is, including the fact that this meme album might've legitimately started post-hop as a genre.

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 679906



Please stop.

I'm sick of every single even remotely experimental hip-hop album being called "post-hop" or "post-rap".

TDOP is closer to an ambient/drone album interspersed with various samples that relate to hip-hop, which Dalek already did in 2010.

For an album to be "post-"anything, it has to be something that stretches the boundaries of the genre so far that it basically redefines what the genre even is, and I don't hear that happening with TDOP.

It also reminds me somewhat of cLOUDDEAD, although slower and with less detailed production.
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Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 680223



meaning it's also only the second 8/10 album he's ever given to a hip-hop album (every other one being 7.5 or below)



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I tried the OK Computer/In Rainbows mix 01 and 10. Some of the transitions like Bodysnatchers -> Subterranean are NUT, but some like Exit Music -> Weird Fishes are so shitty and forced.

I'm starting to really like In Rainbows now. Bodysnatchers, House of Cards, and Jigsaw have So much emotion and replay value.

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 680500

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 681042

For those who aren't aware, two new Travis Miller projects have dropped--a hip-hop album under the alias "Bedwetter" that is somewhat similar to Oblivion Access, and a noise/"non-music" album as well (which is two hours long).

The noise album can be listened to here:


also, heads up, all profits from Bandcamp today are going to be donated to the ACLU, so if you have extra money, consider buying an album or two from there.

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RTJ live was pretty cool. The venue looked a lot like a high school gym, there were about 2000 people there if I had to guess. They were really funny and had a lot of fun on stage. They broke up a fight, told everyone to help when they see someone fall down, and they got HELLA political and anti-Trump, which everyone responded really well to.

Gangsta Boo came out and actually sounded really good. Lie Cheat Steal was hype as fuck, they played the entire first half of RTJ3, only like two or three tracks from RTJ1 (no Sea Legs :c), and closed the show with Close Your Eyes And Count To Fuck.

The crowd energy was solid, but it wasn't no Danny Brown, I'll say that. When I saw Danny it felt like SO many people in the audience knew all the lyrics, didn't really get that with RTJ. I get that Danny's music can get a lot louder and crazier, but I was still disappointed that RTJ had literally no mosh pit to speak of.

Really objectively good performance tho, no serious mistakes, the DJ was great, and it was generally really cool to actually see these guys in the flesh.

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 681071


that's awesome dude

I'm jelly

Elicoor13 681083

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thanks for this info chewy. i made like, two purchases today i wouldn't have made otherwise.

one of them was the instrumental hip-hop thing because why not pay a buck for that, right?

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 681105



lemme know what you think of it
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Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 681516

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okay THIS, this right here, is my AOTY, and the only album I have heard this year that I would consider above a 7.5/10.

Waifus are people too!YoRdlEjxQ6 681518

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>and the only album I have heard this year that I would consider above a 7.5/10.
The fuck? Either you have ridiculously high standards, or music that's not metal sucks dick. I've given out 2 9s, 5 8s, and 1 other album above 7.5 . Then again that's out of 38 albums, but still.

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 681668


Well, for one I don't listen to metal, and for two I haven't listened to many albums this year.

I think last year was a fantastic year for music and I could probably put together a top 50 for it, but I still don't think anything was above an 8.5.

2015 had multiple 9/10 albums though, some I might even consider 9.5. I tend to have a pretty strict scoring system.

Mac !RevGiOKgRo 681786

What's been the final result of this?

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 681789


they made close to 1mil before the day was over, so I would imagine they probably broke 1mil by the end of the day. however a lot of it has to go to the artists who made the music that was being purchased. the part that went to the ACLU was the share from the actual owners of the website, since they provide the platform for people to sell their music. however a lot of artists donated all of their profits as well.

Mac !RevGiOKgRo 681843

It's still a good amount of money no matter how they split it, so it's good news anyways.

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 681960


Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 681962

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also hopefully this will leak soon

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 681971

reposting this from /oat/ to here:

>I made a playlist of my favorite hip-hop songs a while back:


>and a long time ago, I made some others:

>>Brief playlist of memphis hip-hop favorites:


>>Favorite Lil B tracks:


>>Brief playlist of some favorite dubstep tracks:


>>Favorite Swans tracks:


>>Favorite anime OPs/EDs:


>I have a lot of other public playlists on my channel:


>1k+ liked/favorited videos, just made them all public for anyone who wants to check them out.

Waifus are people too!YoRdlEjxQ6 682085

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This just dropped, really good, definitely in my top 10 of the year so far (probably won't stay that way though).

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 682097

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 682121

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This snowy night is a perfect night for one of the ultimate winter feels albums...this is also one of the first albums I ever purchased on CD with my own money.

๐Ÿˆ๐ŸˆUMR๐Ÿˆ๐Ÿˆ!SUCC/WBAqg 682162

I had a chance to see THIS live, but /mu/ said they weren't good live. Fuck /mu/ to fucking death.

Elicoor13 682247

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the new album is so good, i love nearly everything about it.

i can only imagine how good they were. did you mosh?

๐Ÿˆ๐ŸˆUMR๐Ÿˆ๐Ÿˆ!SUCC/WBAqg 682252

I didnt go.

Mac !RevGiOKgRo 684956


Elicoor13 685353

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this is actually really fun, i've been listening to it for a while. i really like how he does the chorus, enough to have replayed the chorus multiple times.


aw, that sucks. i'd expect them to be at least decent live.

also /mu/ thinks aesop sucks live, and that's a lie. i mean, he's not super incredible, but he puts on a really good show.

h-hey now, /mu/ isn't the...worst board on 4chan...

it's kinda cancerous tho.

Waifus are people too!YoRdlEjxQ6 685396

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/mu/ was actually pretty dang good for most of 2016 and early 2017, but the /pol/ shit is fucking cancerous as all hell. Every fucking thread is some sort of PJW vs Fantano shit, or some kind of political thread disguised as a music thread. It's tiresome.

Mac !RevGiOKgRo 685716

/pol/ will consume ANYTHING if it isn't stopped immediately.
Even "degenerate" places will make up an exception to Nazi Idealism that allows themselves to not deserve purging but only with themselves.

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Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 685771


>/mu/ was actually pretty dang good for most of 2016 and early 2017

it used to be a lot better, back around like 2012-2014, when there wasn't as much unironic racism and bitching about muh es jay dubbayouz.

>Every fucking thread is some sort of PJW vs Fantano shit

to be fair, watching Fantano completely BTFO that loser was pretty entertaining. I think Fantano has shit taste as a music fan but I kind of respect him as a person in general.
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Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 685832

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Waifus are people too!YoRdlEjxQ6 685844

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Yeah, that was actually a good period in /mu/ in general, however towards 2015 it ended up being just nothing but rap posting and cancerous tripfags shitting up the board. That was a thing in 2012-14 too but at the very least there was some music variety and the generals were really good. It's sad to see how far /metal/ and /rym/ have fallen, especially now to the point that /rym/ is just about the worst thread on the internet. Later 2016 was generally ok though, but post election /mu/ has been hyper cancer.

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 685976


I liked "rap posting" because I really love hip-hop/rap so being able to discuss a wide variety of artists from that genre consistently without "hurr niggers" popping up in every thread was really nice. Now all that's left of hip-hop """discussion""" is Kanye memes and nonstop posting about super popular rappers that don't deserve the attention they are getting (Future, 21 Savage, Lil Kodack Black etc.). The only decent hip-hop threads left are the ones where everyone posts their all-time favorite albums or "10s", but most of the time people just post and don't really discuss the albums, but then again can you blame them? I mean what is really left to be said about all the classics that hasn't been said countless times in the last 30+ years? Occasionally a good new rapper will get some buzz because of Fantano but then it dies quickly.

Starshine!Laura/wmXM 686264

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>to be fair, watching Fantano completely BTFO that loser was pretty entertaining
Oh my God, I'm watching this now and it's amazing.

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What should I try next?

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 687282


only things I've heard from that are The Ark Work and Sunbather

Elicoor13 687325

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scar sighted and bergtatt are both really good, i'd also say that precambrian is good.

the angelic process is exactly how i want my doom metal to sound, but coma waering is objectively superior. weighing souls with sand is great and a perfect intro to the band, but it's their second best album. the added synths and effects are kinda cool, and i think wsws nails it's atmosphere, but coma waering has the title track which blows anything on wsws out.

on a semi-unrelated note, if you haven't given any jesu a shot, conqueror is a good place to start.

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I've been playing a rhythm game called Thumper today, its got a really cool feeling going on. The controls are simple, just one button and one joystick, but its kinda fun. The music is a very percussion-heavy electronic industrial, really compliments the feeling of slamming into a wall at full speed and shattering into pieces.
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Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 688204

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I'm getting pretty into lo-fi hip-hop, mainly the instrumental kind with the moody anime aesthetic, a lot of it is mediocre soundcloud/bandcamp-core but sometimes you find a "beat tape" that is surprisingly good, I like the ones on this channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCsIg9WMfxjZZvwROleiVsQg it's good music to read to.

I've also just started getting into chopped and screwed hip-hop, this is my favorite so far: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tr0t-oveuoY&index=1&list=FL1mGcjD8cGrym7gFBHFcy2Q (this guy is basically the originator of the sound and is considered the GOAT, apparently he did NOTHING digitally production-wise)

it's really interesting how it's possible for these very location-specific or underground music scenes to to reach much wider audiences (people like me for example) because of the internet, it's a wonderful thing. I mean this is the kind of shit that if it was the 90s you would only be hearing it in the south on a cassette you got from a friend or something.

even as a hip-hop fan since middle school I continue to discover "new" (to me) and exciting things in the genre.
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Starshine!Laura/wmXM 688984

I:m digging this mixtape.

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 689114


check this out too: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hVn9rgpTyAQ it is more chopped and screwed but it is a bit different

Waifus are people too!YoRdlEjxQ6 689674

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Most of those albums are actually good because it's a troll chart that people are taking seriously. Fucking Enslaved and Emperor are on there for gods sake. Anyway, No One Deserves Happiness is amazing.

Starshine!Laura/wmXM 689869

Listening now. I ended up downloading a bunch of DJ Screw.

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 689872



the new Father John Misty leaked

it's pretty good but not the full-blown masterpiece I was hoping for.


my AOTY is either this >>685832 or the new Sun Kil Moon.
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i'm really sad dancehall is such a shit genre now, because i've been getting really into sister nacy and a bunch of older dancehall. it's really cool to listen to a lot of this shit and remember the cultural context to it, because a lot of this music came out of the british colonial government's oppression of a lot of b-speakers and indigenous people.

like, sure the lyrics to a lot of it is simplistic, but that's because it's party music for the oppressed. also because a lot of djs and mcs made up their lyrics on the spot, and some would basically just re-work bible passages into songs. dancehall reggae and dub reggae(to a certain extent) both worked within improvisational styling and managed to not sound all..."free jazzy". i've always been super into reggae ever since i was 5, but it amazes me how deep and interesting the genre is once you go beyond the shitty stoner bait. i mean, a lot of it is stoner bait, but goddamn if some of it isn't brilliant.

dub reggae's use of the bass alone is genius, to the point that it's been bastardized to hell and back by the top 40 slots.
sorry, i'm a little high

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I heard Banana a long time ago and didn't like it. But I like this one a lot. Was I unfair to Banana or is this one just that much better?

Elicoor13 690998

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nah, white light white heat is just a better record. john cale had more influence on that album, which led to lou reed kicking him out of the band because he was salty(by many accounts, some people say it's because cale had some major drug issues, but lou reed was an asshole junkie back then).

sister ray is so fucking good oh my god.

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Cale was brilliant, Lady Godiva's Operation breaks my heart like 3 times in a row. God, I thought it sounded antiquated at first but there's really nothing I don't like about this album. The stories are great and immersive, but imagining this getting recorded in the studio is just as fun because of all the memorable little moments of sound.

I think this is love.

And yeah i assumed they were ALL on drugs???
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also the album was recorded in just two days. like, on top of it being superior to banana, they did it in just two drug fueled days.

i had to re-listen to lady godiva's operation to remember it, and oh god i forgot how bleak lou reed could be. those descriptions of shaving chill me, because lobotomies back then were still pretty savage.

also, yeah, lou was the biggest tho. iggy pop has a ton of stories about the crazy shit lou would do, so does patti smith.

>cale was brilliant

yeah, but he's still alive(surprisingly). he has this live album, fragments of a rainy season, that was my gold standard for live albums for a while.

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 691047


dub and reggae have been almost completely tainted for me because of fucking Bob Marley and his awful songs on the radio and every stoner teenager who wears him on a shirt or hat or whatever (not trying to dis people who smoke, but a lot of stoners I've met have been pretty annoying people, and like, LITERALLY fit the kind of stereotype you see in media, which is kinda sad IMO).

every time I hear a song even remotely similar to the "let's get together and be alright" I want to shoot somebody. FUCK THAT SONG. one of the worst hooks of all time, and so fucking shallow. but it's like the stoner anthem.


I don't understand why so many people love TVU. I get that they were majorly influential on underground rock, and they have a few songs I really like (Sunday Morning is great) but I've never enjoyed a full album by them even after several listens yet I constantly see people praising it as 10/10 GOAT, Scaruffi has it in his top 5 and all that.
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The imagery of getting your head split open feels like a recurring nightmare, because it KEPT COMING BACK UP in the middle of the druggy haze, like fuckin slenderman or something, because there's only like 4 topics they talk about on the album start to finish

I didn't think that I liked them until like last weekend. I remember Banana being really spacey, but WL/WH was REALLY busy. It never turns into full avant bizarre noise, but you can hear exactly how they laid the ground for punk and noise rock and alternative rock in general.

I'm not someone that falls in love with something just because it was innovative for the time, but I've listened to a LOT of TVU inspired music in my life, over the course of my whole life. Stuff like noisy wailing guitar feedback and gorgeous melodies peppered with really unexpected jolts to keep you awake are right up my alley. I wasn't sure how I felt about the 50s influence at first, it didn't seem appropriate to the subject matter, but it kinda works in some ways I didn't really consider before. Possibly because I'm so used to hearing and seeing its influence in music and film.

And despite so many bands citing them as an inspiration over literally the past 50 years, WL/WH brings something really raw and stylish and cutting edge that can't really ever be entirely duplicated.

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I shouldn't be as happy about finding this on Youtube as I am. I had no idea it even existed. I've heard the whole story behind the album's trouble in production but I guess I missed the bus on the demo tape getting snuck onto the internet at some point. This kind of overdone metal rock opera is exactly my kind of guilty pleasure.

๐Ÿˆ๐ŸˆUMR๐Ÿˆ๐Ÿˆ!SUCC/WBAqg 692598


hey have u guys heard this song yet :^)

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 695354

Joey Bada$$ has a new album coming in a month.
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Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 697430

I made a RYM account and have been reviewing every new album I listen to...

๐Ÿˆ๐ŸˆUMR๐Ÿˆ๐Ÿˆ!SUCC/WBAqg 697447

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Really music heavy week. Here's what I've tried and liked in the past couple days.
>Type O Negative - Slow Deep and Hard
>Jon Hopkins - Immunity
>Katharsis - World Without End
>Dalek - From Filthy Tongue of Gods and Griots
>DJ Screw - Bigtyme Vol 2
>Ryo Fukui - Mellow Dream
>Portishead - Third
>Minutemen - Double Nickels on the Dime
>Aphrodite's Child - 666

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 697497


>>Jon Hopkins - Immunity

>>Dalek - From Filthy Tongue of Gods and Griots
>>DJ Screw - Bigtyme Vol 2
>>Minutemen - Double Nickels on the Dime

great albums

I've been listening to albums from this:


Waifus are people too!YoRdlEjxQ6 697521

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Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 697531


added (I think)

my reviews aren't that great and they probably sound kinda pretentious but I don't put a ton of effort into them, I kind of just belt out a short paragraph or two for each album. I know it's not like I have a huge audience or something.

๐Ÿˆ๐ŸˆUMR๐Ÿˆ๐Ÿˆ!SUCC/WBAqg 697546

this looks fun. i want to judge music too.

๐Ÿˆ๐ŸˆUMR๐Ÿˆ๐Ÿˆ!SUCC/WBAqg 697811


It was more fun in theory.

Waifus are people too!YoRdlEjxQ6 698004

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>another person who gives spiral walls a 5


It's really good start to finish. I just wish I could find the lyrics.

Waifus are people too!YoRdlEjxQ6 698760

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>go to check out /mu/ since you haven't been in a while
>it's all shitposting
Well it was doing well for a bit there. Guess that couldn't last.

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 698798


it's mostly shit besides sharethreads (although recently those have been shit too), and the occasional decent thread discussing something new and not popular that hasn't been memed to death. also the jazzfags are pretty cool, probably the most chill subgroup on the board.

I'm not sure why I still go there, I guess just to see if anything I care about leaked. and also because browsing /mu/ while listening to music can make listening to music easier if you aren't in the mood for intent/deep listening. a lot of times I listen to something while browing /mu/, and if I like it then the next time I listen I devote my full attention to it with no distractions.

it sucks, even just a couple years ago you could have pretty good hip-hop discussion and I found out about a lot of cool stuff.


I still find some cool stuff, but I'm running out of popular things I'm interested in. Finding music the old fashioned way usually finds me much cooler stuff without having to wade through so much shit.

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 698822


what to you mean "the old fashioned way"? digging?


like, doing the research myself instead of asking for recs. just trying whatever seems cool.

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 699108

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this might be my new AOTY

Elicoor13 699611

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>when you literally become that faggot who listens to cascadian black metal and spends all his time in trees

it's so fucking atmospheric and misty, i can't help that wolves in the throne room makes perfect music for this kind of weather. two hunters is dope as fuuuuuck right now.
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Reav 699617


Post the song fgt.

Waifus are people too!YoRdlEjxQ6 699826

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๐Ÿˆ๐ŸˆUMR๐Ÿˆ๐Ÿˆ!SUCC/WBAqg 699835

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Trying to burn through some popular "essentials" that I'm actually interested in. Lets see what to try next.
Roll 1d25 = 15

๐Ÿˆ๐ŸˆUMR๐Ÿˆ๐Ÿˆ!SUCC/WBAqg 699836

alright, Pixies time

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 699959

Does anyone know where I could find a lot of Takashi Yoshimatsu's works for download?? There aren't a lot on rutracker or slsk. I've listened to some of his symphonies on youtube and I love them, and he has a massive body of work.



Waifus are people too!YoRdlEjxQ6 700023

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Idk where to dl his shit tho, go to rym find his albums and maybe try like soulseeking them, or using rutracker.

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 700279


uh...in my post I actually said >>699959

>There aren't a lot on rutracker or slsk

he has 116 compositions total: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_compositions_by_Takashi_Yoshimatsu

there are maybe a dozen or two, if that, bteween rutracker/slsk.

Waifus are people too!YoRdlEjxQ6 700319

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Oh didn't see. Then idk, I haven't researched any classical dl sites. He's a great composer though, cyber bird concerto is one of my favorite classical compositions.

Waifus are people too!YoRdlEjxQ6 700928

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Billy Woods is my new favorite boy.
Why does nobody talk about him?

Elicoor13 701084

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okay, so i've been getting more into burial because at one point i saw fit to put rival dealer on my vita. like, i honestly think rival dealer is highly underrated, but holy fuck i forgot how good kindred is. like goddamn, i know it's hella late to say anything about it, but i'm amazed at how much i wanted music like this. like, burial pushes all of my buttons, and it makes me sad i wasn't more of a fanboy when he was actively releasing shit.


like seriously, listen to how skeletal those beats are. i love kindred's slightly blown out sounding kicks and that grumbly, farty bass.
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Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 701093


I like him but not a ton


yeah Burial is amazing. Untrue and Kindred are his best I think, but honestly I hate Rival Dealer.
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I tried Untrue a bunch of times and its gotten zero response out of me, but Rival Dealer was more enjoyable. Would I maybe like Kindred even more?

I think he deserves way more attention, there's nothing about him that I don't like tbh, he's really highly quotable and has great lyrics, but I can also understand everything he's saying.

I also found this recently https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sgJB7DrX6qQ

Its by the guys from Die Antwoord, really enjoyable if you can get into the skits.

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 701240


I have listened to The Ziggurat multiple times, it's a pretty well known album among underground hip-hop fans or at least on /mu/. I don't care for it that much, it's not that amazing to me and it's absurdly fucking long, like there are a lot of hip-hop albums that are too long but three hours? seriously?

then again my AOTYSF is a four-hour instrumental hip-hop album so idk
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๐Ÿˆ๐ŸˆUMR๐Ÿˆ๐Ÿˆ!SUCC/WBAqg 701246

It makes me think of a chilled out trip hop Dr. Octagon in a lot of ways. And don't fall for the "only way to listen to music is full albums start to finish" meme, you can take things as slow as you want.

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 701250


oh yeah Dr. Octagon and Kool Keith in general are great. In fact I'd say Kool Keith is a top 5 or at least top 10 all-time rapper. he has such a massive and diverse body of work, with all of his different personas and themes and shit...

also a lot of times when I listen to long albums I listen in parts, like one hour here, another hour after a break or even the next day.

Elicoor13 701343

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kindred is more like rival dealer, so you might like it more. it's got pretty much the same format as rival dealer, but it doesn't have the whole "it's okay to be gay" message. it's more nocturnal than rival dealer too, which i like a lot.

see, i liked that rival dealer was a very "raver" ep. like, there's a bunch of plur(a raver acronym for peace, love, unity, respect) shit all over it, which charms me. also i like the title track a lot. it's got a good kinda drum and bass beat, the vocal samples are exactly what i want out of a burial track, and then there's all the other samples. then again, i've had a lot of time to listen to rival dealer(i think i've racked up 800 listens by now) since it was one of the only songs i put on my vita.

i love untrue so much, i know for a fact i've given archangel over a thousand listens, and that's just one of the good songs on untrue. shell of light is so good, homeless has this amazingly gloomy and dingy atmosphere, and i love near dark's skeletal, vaguely musiquรฉ concretรฉ beat.

honestly i really like burial's musiquรฉ concretรฉ influence, because it gives his music a sense of place that few electronic musicians really do. like, burial's music sounds like the urban landscape of london, which is really cool honestly.

Macaroni !RevGiOKgRo 701436

Post the 3000 albums lol.

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 701439


huh? I already deleted all of them...

Elicoor13 701757

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so i was listening to some john cale and i found this. it's technically an outtake, but i'm honestly amazed at how poorly i'm waiting for the man translates to a solo piano piece.


like, john cale tries his best, but the song really needs a band to carry it's junkie anxiousness. plus in reworking it for piano, i honestly think it takes some of the(i think) necessary desperate dirtiness away from the track. like sure john cale does all he can do, mostly with having the song just sorta unravel towards the end, but it feels more like he put it in as part of his live show to maybe fill time. here's the actual recording for comparison:


maybe it's because lou reed's voice sounds more "junkie" than john cale's, but i'm a little disappointed by john cale's cover. maybe it's just me being a persnickety music fan tho, i don't know.
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That's not just one of the best songs from Banana, but it's probably Lou Reeds most iconic performance next to like, Walk On the Wild Side.

Macaroni !RevGiOKgRo 702119

How long did it take to get those albums?

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 702379


about a year I think, although possibly longer

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 702541

I found this article http://www.kylegann.com/postminimalism.html about the genre of classical postminimalism, it is a really good article and references a lot of albums/artists I had never heard of, and I have started listening to their music now.

But I couldn't find one of the albums, it wasn't on youtube, spotify, rutracker, slsk, or anywhere; but then I saw it on amazon.com, CD format, for only 2 dollars. so I nabbed it, that's a fucking steal, especially since on the official website it was like 15 dollars.

when it gets here I will just rip it to my computer and then share it with everyone on mega lol, or put it on youtube.

this is the album: http://moderecords.com/catalog/014giteck.html


Probably gonna see Cypress Hill and Snoop Dogg w/ da fellas next month. I hope they bring 2pac.

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 703445

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To Pimp A Butterfly came out two years ago today.

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 703815

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algol 703820

I've been listening to a lot of julia ecklar and leslie fish lately. Pretty gud folk stuff though it all has sci-fi or fantasy themed lyrics.

algol 703920

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And here is hands-down the most comfy ass album I've ever listened to. It's good music for cleaning the apartment up and chilling.

๐Ÿˆ๐ŸˆUMR๐Ÿˆ๐Ÿˆ!SUCC/WBAqg 704200

some of these are just shit

Waifus are people too!YoRdlEjxQ6 704203

Discovery is the only bad album on there.

๐Ÿˆ๐ŸˆUMR๐Ÿˆ๐Ÿˆ!SUCC/WBAqg 704211


Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 704233


are you fucking kidding me

Elicoor13 704307

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i haven't heard an idles album before brutalism, but i love the savagery of it. also the very "angry art student" vibe of the whole thing.

if you like post-punk or punk at all, check it out. also i'm just happy there's a reference to one of my favorite styles of architecture in the album title.

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 704312


I will check it out

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 704327

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Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 704334


alright I listened to it, it was pretty good. my favorite track was 1049 Gotho.

Admiral 704391

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Elicoor13 704452

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that was one of my faves too. that and mother are two of my top tracks off that album. the way he snarls the "my mother worked x hours, x days a week" bit was cool, because i took all of that as him lampooning british politicians always going on about their parents working whenever they want to slash public funds or whatever.

that then evolving into the stuff about sexual violence was clever too, because of the mother lines before and that the two halves of the song sorta show objectification two ways(the sainted mother used as a politcal tool and the victim of sexual violence as object). it's kinda cool that the lyrics are so vague that you can pull shit like this out of your ass, it's actually kinda art-rock in a way. plus it's probably intentional, i mean the album is named after a style of architecture and one of the songs is called stendhal syndrome(which is a condition relating to how one views art).

don't remind me of painful memories.

๐Ÿˆ๐ŸˆUMR๐Ÿˆ๐Ÿˆ!SUCC/WBAqg 704581

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I was just listening to Savages and this is a nice little transition from that. What's the best way to find the rest?

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 704930

Skinny!TripsCQs8s 707272

I've been meaning to ask this, but since the fall of what.cd has there been any new places confirmed for proper v0 transcodes? I don't trust rando mega links, and rando soulseek folders, enough to return to the optimal mp3 format.

Also bumpin that new Idles record, good shit.

Waifus are people too!YoRdlEjxQ6 707524

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There are other invite sites for that, though I'm blanking on the names right now. Honestly, I'm not an audiophile in the first place, so I don't really give a shit as long as it's above 200 tbh.

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 708164

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new Residents album is out and it's amazing


Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 708200

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 708281

Raekwon (from Wu-Tang Clan) also released a new album today, but it's not very good. Sounds like typical modern pop-rap. Has CeeLo Green, Lil Wayne and G-Eazy features. No RZA production. It's only 35 minutes long.


(this version is the "clean" version for some reason, fucking spotify)
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Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 708382

new i.l.y.'s rockin' that Steve Reich influence


Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 708403

Gorillaz released four new songs today.

Elicoor13 709835

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what did you think of them?

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 709923


pretty mediocre tbh

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 709924

Ryuichi Sakamoto is releasing a new album tomorrow, apparently a really experimental one.


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i really like we've got the power but i could live without hearing saturn barz ever again

Anonymous 709926

I started another thread on the Gorillaz EP and was pretty much of the same mind.

There's nothing really outstanding about any of the tracks. I'm not as down on Saturnz Barz musically. It's more that the Gorillaz creators seem to be stuck in a rut over the back story of the band and how it reflects in the video.

It was great back when Feel Good Inc. and their Converse shoe commercial Do Ya Thing were new. Now the new official video seems formulaic and repetitive in style.

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 709927


I just feel like the new songs feel more poppy/electro, like they feel more like they're intended to be radio hits rather than quality album material.

I was excited about a lot of the features they got but those four tracks really killed my hype for the full album.

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 709928

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>My interests are moving toward both 'sound and music,' not just 'music.' I have been doing lots of field recordings, and also collecting lots of strange sounds."

!RISkQqf4EM 710090

seems like a bad sign tbh

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 710256


??? it sounds pretty great to me

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 710330


Sufjan is finally gonna release a studio version of Planetarium!

Skinny!TripsCQs8s 710394

I just realized that that is the day that Kimi no Na wa is getting it's US theater release. K-Dot is just a weeb guys, pack it in.

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 710418


wow...I don't even...holy shit.

>violence warning

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 710830

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damn, will it be possible to top this?? inb4 critics don't matter, yes I know but I find the spectacle of people obsessing over reviews extremely entertaining, and this is an AOTY contender for me so critics validating my own opinion feels good
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Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 710916

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also this is the RYM top 10 of the 2010s right now

Waifus are people too!YoRdlEjxQ6 711271

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I should probably listen to this, looks like it's gonna be this years classic


Been getting into old prog recently, some good stuff.

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 711436

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my recommendation for listening to A Crow Looked At Me:

1. do NOT listen passively. the album is 99% lyrical, 1% musical. like it has music but a lot of people are calling it more of a poem set to simple music than an actual album.

that said, the melodies can be very beautiful and they do their job to compliment the lyrics well.

2. It IS whiny indie rock. the singing is not revolutionary and you might hate it. the album is all about emotion--specifically the emotions that the artist (Phil) went through while making the album, which was immediately after the death of his wife, who he had been with for like almost 15 years, AND had a kid with. and there's no twist like "oh you know we weren't perfect together we had our struggles it's like "I miss her and I am fucking devastated with her not being here. why did this fucking happen.

3. if you have the slightest bit of empathy and aren't too put off by the music, be prepared for F E E L S. the first three times I listened to it, I teared up multiple times.
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Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 711452



proving he can do trap too, and do it well

great video

Waifus are people too!YoRdlEjxQ6 713532

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Meme Monk!ScyphTlOY6 713537

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Wow. It's almost exactly Yes, but substantially more gay.

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 714214

Starshine!Laura/wmXM 714756


This popped up in my YouTube recommendations and it's pretty sweet. Early 90's underground hip hop.

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 714875


yeah Digable Planets are pretty good

Starshine!Laura/wmXM 714879

How well do you know them? Got a favorite album?

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 714880


I'm pretty sure they only have two albums and they are both pretty good, like not amazing but above average, enjoyable listens from time to time.

I think they're one of the more well-known underground hip-hop acts among hip-hop fans

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 714933

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I've kinda been getting into soul music recently. I listened to pic related and it blew my mind, it was an album I had known about for a long time but never bothered to give a chance and now I can't believe I waited so long.

then I listened to What Color Is Love by Terry Callier which was almost equally amazing, and then I listened to a Stevie Wonder album but didn't finish it because I really liked the instrumentals, but didn't like his singing.

now I'm listening to Al Green.


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Skinny!TripsCQs8s 715106

This is a lie, Blowout Comb is a genius.

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 715220


How is the album genius? What sets it apart from any other good underground hip-hop album?

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 715310

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>tfw new Arca could leak at any moment

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 715418


I take it back, I just relistened and it is pretty amazing. Definitely more than "above-average", I'd say a solid 8/10.

Mein!Ryuuko.T1. 715426

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 715765

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my body is ready

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 716486


F R I D A Y 4/16

Waifus are people too!YoRdlEjxQ6 716750


this is the single dorkiest album ever made, i fucking love 70s prog

Admiral 716824

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>listened to this with the bass turned up
>want to hug the percussionist.
>he never did anything after Gryphon

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 717088

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>mfw I wrote a scathing review of the new Arca album on RYM and some guy commented on my page saying that I am supposed to like it because it came out at "a pivotal time for the LGBT community"

jesus christ

Macaroni !RevGiOKgRo 718112

Shit, actual SJWs?

Waifus are people too!YoRdlEjxQ6 718125

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prog drummers are really underrated in their talent, so many bands played in weird time signatures just kinda because.
RYM is autism, this is the first thing you learn. The second is the never post on the forums.

โ˜ฒ Prince Ember Storm!SNowbAlLfo 718501

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 719041


Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 719135


Elicoor13 719252

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Drunken hot take at the behest of Admiral:


Igorrr basically just made a huge joke about goth metal here, or at the very least I hope it's a joke. If it wasn't, I'd be worried the new album might be cancerous

second drunken hot-take:
admiral's keybaord has a "beat's by dre" logo on it, and it's actually replaced the "b' key. i can't honestly explain why this grosses me out on a spiritual level, but goddamn does it annoy me as a fan of the english language.

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 719335

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you're baaaack

Macaroni !RevGiOKgRo 719367

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Good seeing you again.

Skinny!TripsCQs8s 719774

Oh man he's gone too far, that single is trash.

Elicoor13 719938

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i know right? i've tried to justify it, but it's like when he did that classical guitar death metal thing on nostril except worse.

really it all feels like igorrr trying to pass off his junk drawer as a single.

yeah, it's nice to be back. /can/(aka the best april fools merge board) was almost as comfy as ponychan, but then it got deleted.

plus no matter how comfy it was, it doesn't have you guys.

it's good seeing everyone again really.

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 720384

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well that's bullshit

RYM really sucks for classical

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 720388

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Dungeon Synth 69!YoRdlEjxQ6 720412

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because slsk is peer to peer, meaning if the person you're downloading from goes offline, your download stops. Same thing as a torrent not having any peers.

And yeah, rym sucks for classical hard.

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 720438


oh, shit, I never even realized that. fuck, it really triggers my autism, earlier this week I used slsk to download a fucking nine-disc Charlie Parker compilation, over a hundred tracks total, and it downloaded every track except the last four. like holy shit, that fucks with me so bad. I left it going for days and the guy must have never gone back online.

and yeah I keep listening to all this contemporary classical and the artists aren't on RYM at all. and if you go to their general classical section, the top rated albums are like 70% video game, anime and movie soundtracks lol

Dungeon Synth 69!YoRdlEjxQ6 720455

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>listen to symphony
>want to rate symphony
>have to rate an album with symphony on it, probably has other pieces on that album, almost certainly different recording
>can't just rate the symphony by itself
I appreciate rym for a lot of things, but fuck them for this. Lowkey one of the reasons I stopped listening to classical.

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 720482

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fuck that shit

but it doesn't stop me from listening lol

I just keep a personal journal that I store online and on my computer

๐Ÿˆ๐ŸˆKaticus๐Ÿˆ๐Ÿˆ!FGiFL0Ecls 720593

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I love Faust IV so much

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 720668


but the self-titled is like a billion times better

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 720696

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This is my top 10 for the year so far:

1. Impossible Nothing - Lexemenomicon (9.5/10)
2. The Residents - The Ghost Of Hope (9/10)
3. Mt. Eerie - A Crow Looked At Me (9/10)
4. Kendrick Lamar - DAMN. (8.5/10)
5. Common as Light and Love Are Red Valleys of Blood - Sun Kil Moon (8/10)
6. Shackleton & Vengeance Tenfold - Sferic Ghost Transmits (8/10)
7. Will Guthrie - People Pleaser (8/10)
8. Japan Blues - Sells His Record Collection (8/10)
9. Sampha - Process (8/10)
10. Julia Holter - In The Same Room (7.5/10)


But they're so different. IV is kinda like Neu!, TVU, and a little ZZ Top.

Elicoor13 721269

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>just now getting into allan holdsworth
>find out he's dead literally this morning

it feels like some kind of grand, cosmic joke. i was just listening to metal fatigue 30 minutes ago.

Dungeon Synth 69!YoRdlEjxQ6 721319

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idk Metal Fatigue seemed to just be like, cliche 80s jazz fusion. Not bad but I don't get the hype.

Elicoor13 721346

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metal fatigue was what i was using as a kinda benchmark for whether i wanted to keep up interest. it was cool, but yeah, after a while all the guitar work felt like just a lot of pretty set-dressing for a kinda generic jazz rock project.

i'm not super familiar with jazz fusion in the 80s, or at any time really. the whole genre hasn't really left much of an impression on me, because a lot of it just seems like gimmicky boomer music.

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 721829

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Anonymous 721927

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Speaking of The Selloutz, their label has organized a virtual listening party for their new album this week.

Like all trendy normies, you have to install the official Gorillaz app on your cell phone or tablet to take part in the listening party.

Screw that. Gorillaz are mainstream now. They became what they hate.


Anonymous 721933

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In other news, the estate of the now dead artist once known as Prince has finally produced the first of a number of posthumous releases.

Milking the master recording left behind as the family of Jimi Hendrix did, the relatives and their lawyers have come to accommodations and the grave robbing has begun. The first single was released today and an EP will be on sale from the usual on-line music retailers including Apple Music/iTunes Music Store.

Elicoor13 721948

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popcaan's stray dog is my new guilty pleasure. a lot of it has to do with the fact that the lyrics are all basically death threats, mostly directed at another dancehall artist named alkaline.

the music itself is basically white-washed dancehall straight from the ovo sound stable(mostly because popcaan has affiliations with drake), but the beat is kinda spiffy with how oddly gentle it is. it creates this juxtaposition that sits well on my ears.


This was copied an pasted, right?

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 722042


lol a judge already blocked the release of the EP


did they ever really hate it? Gorillaz has been mainstream for a long time, their older songs got tons of radio play even in the 2000s, and they've always been a "normie-friendly" band so to speak

the album isn't bad just because it's pop, it's bad because now it sounds like really shitty generic pop, like any other star-studded pop album.

Anonymous 722782

>did they ever really hate it?

That's subjective if you watch the Do Ya Thing video. The scene in the kitchen with Murdoch wielding a Converse sneaker in the same camo pattern as used in one of their old animated videos. The vibe came off as not everyone wanted Converse's money despite that being the 'official' reason the video was made.

Do Ya Thing wasn't even a genuine Gorillaz song. If you listened to the announcement audio by Murdoch when the song was first released, he gloated over the fact it was yanked out of the hands of Andre 3000. How much of that story is true is still subject to debate and/or Murdoch being Murdoch.

You're right about Gorillaz going mainstream right around the time Feel Good Inc got insane replays everywhere including on Ellen DeGeneres's daytime show.

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 722838


Dungeon Synth 69!YoRdlEjxQ6 722936

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What the fuck is record store day anyway?

Urda 722937

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An invitation to visit your local record store.

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 722976


most record stores do special deals on...well...records, and also other merch like T-shirts and shit, you can get cheaper prices, or if you buy one get one free and shit like that.

there's a record store within walking distance of me and I'm probably gonna head up there later and see what they gave going on.

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 723048

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peep this

๐Ÿˆ๐ŸˆKaticus๐Ÿˆ๐Ÿˆ!FGiFL0Ecls 723190

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The Jesus Lizard is great, this is what I imagine Dean Ambrose would sound like if he had a band.

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 723212

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how does he do it???


the only release this year that was more exciting was Kendrick
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The Shucc!YoRdlEjxQ6 723574

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Challenging myself to not listen to any metal for the rest of the month. So far I've been getting into lots of free improv and other experimental music. Even listened to a noise album and I enjoyed it. Feels good not only listening to one kind of music.

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 723579


>free improv


I've got something for you:


^^^this album is absurdly abrasive so be prepared. some of the most abrasive free jazz I've ever heard. and it was pretty groundbreaking, it was the first ever double album of solo sax improv

The Shucc!YoRdlEjxQ6 723588

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Braxton is top tier tbh, will listen later. Listening to this now because I didn't want anything too harsh rn.


This mix is fire so far, might be one of my fav dj mixes ever.

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 723600


>I didn't want anything too harsh rn.

if you want something relaxing, listen to Narkopop by GAS.


The Shucc!YoRdlEjxQ6 723681

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fug i really want to listen to that but house and techno dj mixes are so intriguing. Fuuuuuuug too much music.


this ain't bad

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 723754


>house and techno dj mixes

I gotchu fam

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DbHa-pllnDU&list=FL1mGcjD8cGrym7gFBHFcy2Q&t=1937s&index=98 (this one is really poppy but I like it)

also not really house/techno but check out Bitch Ass Darius - Follow The Sound, it is an electronic club mix:


The Shucc!YoRdlEjxQ6 723779

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Thanks dude, I'll check those out.

The Shucc!YoRdlEjxQ6 723982

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Hey Chewy, I listened to that one serialist dub album you reviewed a while ago. It was really good, thanks for the rec.

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 724011


np, you're welcome!

I feel really good when someone enjoys something I recommend them or that they see I've enjoyed.

I now rate everything I listen to on RYM, and I listen to new albums almost every day, so if you ever want something that you might like to listen to, check out what I have recently rated 3.5 or higher.

The Shucc!YoRdlEjxQ6 724070

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I literally only post on the chart threads on /mu/ to rec people things. It's a lot of fun to give people good music. I know most of the time I'm probably ignored, but I know at least once in a while i helped someone discover a good album, and that feels wonderful.
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The Shucc!YoRdlEjxQ6 724095

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Also if you guys ever want to get into black metal, here's my top 100 black metal, updated for this month.
I wouldn't really consider this a starting point, but there's certainly some albums I'm sure ya'll will enjoy on here. Chewy might even like the Ghost Bath album.

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 724097


I will check it out but I can 99% guarantee you it is simply impossible for me to like metal, and I don't know why, besides that I can never get into the vocals or the way they play their guitar(s).

also I've got a bunch of stuff I'm already planning to listen to. Sun Kil Moon just released an 80-minute collab with Jesu that I didn't even know was coming out but now I'm hyped as fuck for, and I want to check out the new Colin Stetson album which I also hadn't known was coming out until I saw an article about it on NPR, and I've liked his older albums because he does this interesting "maximalist minimalism" style or something, and he doesn't do any overdubbing.

and then there's the new Impossible Nothing album I posted here >>723212 which, like his other two, is four and a half hours long so you really can't just listen to it in one sitting or even two. and finally, some anon on /mu/ was able to find and share one of Impossible Nothing's much older albums that he had deleted off of his bandcamp before releasing the three albums that are available now.

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 724101

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also, to compliment your top 50 metal, here is my outdated 2016 top 50 hip-hop

Chewy [Element Of Fortitude]!MUSIC.FbVY 724102


*top 100 metal

(my hip-hop chart would be somewhat different now I think)
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๐Ÿˆ๐ŸˆKaticus๐Ÿˆ๐Ÿˆ!FGiFL0Ecls 724140

I feel like a fag because I can only give a shit about avant garde metal, like, regardless of the subgenre. I just like weird shit I haven't heard before, even if its just okay.

I wanna do one of these but its gonna look weird

The Shucc!YoRdlEjxQ6 724145

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>I just like weird shit I haven't heard before, even if its just okay.
you're welcome

๐Ÿˆ๐ŸˆKaticus๐Ÿˆ๐Ÿˆ!FGiFL0Ecls 724148

do i hear harmonica? wtf? this is the best.

Elicoor13 724149

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>i can only give a shit about avant-garde metal

i used to be the same. hell, this pic is basically me except without the wardrobe, haircut, and fuck being vegan. also swans is kinda overrated, especially when there's more abrasive and more nihilistic no-wave. thankfully, i have a friend who's really into cheesy power metal and he made sure i didn't totally become a walking meme.

The Shucc!YoRdlEjxQ6 724151

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>tfw you found an amazing starter kit image that was totally you
>didnt save it

The Shucc!YoRdlEjxQ6 724152

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also yeah, Todesstosb is the best.

Some more weird synth/black metal related stuff, probably the single weirdest album I've ever heard.


Elicoor13 724154

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some of the post-rock starter-kits are hilariously me or just plain funny. but i know this feel, deeply. the problem is that so few starter kits are actually good.

๐Ÿˆ๐ŸˆKaticus๐Ÿˆ๐Ÿˆ!FGiFL0Ecls 724156

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I tried to keep it to one album per artist but I also tried to break my own rule a lot. Probably missing some obvious shit.

I really enjoyed the White Light era of Swans, but yeah they are very overrated in general.

Will check it out.