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It's really not fair that glam metal became so hated and considered dated but yet we're still stuck with metalcore bands twenty years later. Music stopped evolving by the year 2010 and we're just living in the same shit
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Pick up that guitar and TALK ta me!

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ITT: Breakcore / Hardcore / Speedcore / Terrorcore
all sorts of hard electronics.

yow bros, im in the need of new stuff in this field, i know a bunch of classics, and i know the breakcore scene these days is slow. but there must be stuff happening, anywone here knows of anything? i neeeeeeeed killer beats.

one of the few 2018 ive catched:
https://youtu.be/M8kQ5tnRynw

mandatory minidocu if not seen: notes on breakcore: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SJcAYtVCstw
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no one into this crap here? come onnnnn

megaclasic vid for inspiration :
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k4om56W1FwE&
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Machine girl
Rognvald
Venetian snares
Speed ranch
Goreshit
Bong-ra
4hero
Atari teenage riot
Aphex twin
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>>84114652
I like machine girl noises but their lyrics are shit.
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Hardcore on /mu/? Daring.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xkrqCkCZV2s

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bmVIi-5xCiQ

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kGissTwdVg4

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I fuckin hate this guy so much.
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>>84113719
lmao, the only thing that makes them similar is that theyre both bigger dudes. Khaled doesnt even rap
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he's really obnoxious. i don't understand how so many people love his personality. he takes himself way too seriously.
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>live in europe
>mozartland
>got albanian friend
>keeps telling me about how action bronson is his cousin (over like 100 corners)
>bullshit.exe
>friends gfs dad pays vacation in new york
>friend goes to new york
>tells his dad to call bronsons father (or some family member)
>he meets up with action bronson
>got a video of him going like
>'aaah whats your name? Anon? Thats a great name man

week after he told me the same shit bout David Alaba.
he got a picture with him like 2 weeks afterwards.


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Bronson is good and funny. Will always love his music and I’m happy he’s independent now.
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>>84115745
good blog, followed

xoxo

"Instant classics" are a myth. Only time will tell whether or not an album is or isn't.
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time has no true measurement
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TPAB tho
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>>84116155
Wow anon you are so insightful
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>>84116155
>tfw to intelligent
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>>84116155
time is simply the observable phenomenon of motion + change.

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>no classical thread
Fuck you.
Random dude in white t-shirt playing Sorabji edition.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ofLqtG6xNCI

Previous thread >>84036069

>General Folder #1. Renaissance up to 20th century/modern classical. Also contains a folder of live recordings/recitals by some outstanding performers.
https://mega.co.nz/#F!mMYGhBgY!Ee_a6DJvLJRGej-9GBqi0A
>General Folder #2. is kill. rip Papillons
>General Folder #3. Mostly 20th century/modern with other assorted bits and pieces
https://mega.co.nz/#F!Y8pXlJ7L!RzSeyGemu6QdvYzlfKs67w
>General Folder #4. Renaissance up to early/mid-20th century. Also contains a folder of Scarlatti sonate and another live recording/recital folder.
https://mega.co.nz/#F!kMpkFSzL!diCUavpSn9B-pr-MfKnKdA
>General Folder #5. Renaissance up to late 19th century

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reminder that debussy is based and l*szt is peckerino garboonzo flamanzo pukage
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>>84112470
For a first time experience I recommend either watching the Boulez DVD (Wotan in a business suit), the Levine DVD (too slow, but traditional production), or listening to either the Janowski Ring or the Bohm one. Those are all pretty accessible, solid recordings in good stereo sound and, save for the Levine, are less stodgy than many recordings out there.
>>84114944
I would say so too, but ironically both of the Rings he put out have pretty bad pitch issues, the La Scala one in particular is off by about 10hz or so (disregarding the instability issues).The only release I know that fixes that is the Pristine one which is obnoxiously EQ'd to the point of ridiculousness, so I don't really like it. Plus, the mono sound isn't the best. I wouldn't really recommend it for new listeners.

I'm actually working on doing my own edit of the performance after I got inspired by someone's upload on redacted -- they put out the SWF transfer of the Scala Ring. It also has pitch issues! But it's otherwise the best transfer of the material I've heard so far. I already mostly finished the Gotterdammerung. I'll probably finish the other 3 soon and I'll release it on here. Still doesn't sound great, but at least the pitch will be more on point.

https://u.lewd.se/vzFxbj_15.ActIII%2CScene2-Hoiho%21.opus

This is honestly one of Lorenz's best moments. That heartbreaking desperation near the end - no one else does it quite like he odes.

>>84115397
>Take the students of Liszt for example who were especially appreciated for being faitful to the way they were taugh by Liszt.
Not him, but Liszt had a lot of students and amongst the more famous ones, they tended to play pieces fairly differently.


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>>84115397
>>84115927
Not saying you're right or wrong in regards to the overall argument, just making a contention against that particular point. In my opinion, we can draw a few similarities between the students of Liszt and their respective interpretations of Chopin, but I feel as if they're a bit too different overall. Of course, the pool of comparison that we have is probably too weak to objectively state so.
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>>84115793
Depussy's music is gay, bourgeoise and femenine
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Before mu is murdered and reborn as sfwmu I just want to say that Rameau is as good as Bach

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I was told playing guitar would get me laid. What gives?
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>>84114811
checked
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>>84114791

you probably suck shit at it
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>>84114791
It unironically worked for me
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>offset fender
Bitches don't want faggots.
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>>84114791
800 pound guitar, 400 lbs man.

How do we know she's an industry plant akin to Clairo? Also, assuming she is, how does that take away from the quality of her music?
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>>84116210
You cant be serious
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>>84116213
I hate intellectually dishonest cunts like you, gotta call you out
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>>84116055
you need to use your thinky thinky parts
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>>84116238
Call me out on what though? I just have a slightly different definition to industry plant to you, a term which doesn't exactly have a concrete definition anyway. I don't get what you are calling me out for, having an opinion?? Yeah ok, you got me, I don't agree with you on everything... Now, are you going to call out everyone else on the thread that doesn't agree with everything you say?
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>>84116254
Opinions can be wrong.
If they are wrong yes.

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Anyone got some experience to share? I've never had a bass drum pedal with direct drive before (yeah i know - pic only somewhat related)
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i fucking love the drums


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KB1pg23e3_g
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>>84115792
more like run-for-the-borderline, amirite?
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I prefer the feel of chains but if you really need the immediate action then go for direct drive.
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>>84115963
>I prefer the feel of chains
s-same anon
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>>84115937
oh fuck i nearly lost myself
>thom pix
>cancer

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>tfw no chart thread
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rate/rec
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>>84116168
can you simpy fuck right off?
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>>84116175
not until i get some fucking good recs i wont
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>>84116214
modest mouse lonesome crowded west
built to spill perfect from now on
autechre amber
meshuggah chaosphere
kanye west yeezus
rich gang tha tour pt. 1
bladee eversince

NOW FUCK OFF
your taste aint even bad btw tool are dope
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>>84116236
thanks man

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So just because I'm bored and I can, I was making my way through the whole Billboard 100 list for 1975.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Billboard_Year-End_Hot_100_singles_of_1975

Thus far I'm up to #48, Chevy Van. So much bland 70s adult contemporary mush to get through for the handful of good songs on here (David Bowie thankfully had a spot in the top 10).

But I always think it could be much worse, if I was on a chart from the last 15-20 years it would be full of shitrap and other horrors.
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>>84116160
Did you know George Harrison played guitar on that song?
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>>84116019
2 of the Elton John's songs ( #3 Philadelphia Freedom and #34 Lucy in the Sky With Diamonds ) were never on a studio album until "Elton John's Greatest Hits Volume II" was released. They were only available as 45 RPM singles. A bit of trivia for you.
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His version of Lucy In The Sky isn't all that great and it doesn't add anything to the original song.
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>>84116223
Loved it in 1975. Elton version was much more keyboard heavy. But of course it was lots of keyboards. It was Elton John.
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>>84116241
Also Lennon actually did backing vocals and played guitar on Elton's version.

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I hope it's a good one
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Just rediscovered early Swans and watched Gira perform Beautiful Child back in '87. It's some truly evil shit. Live version is probably a little better but the quality is gutter trash so it's kind of hard to listen to, but you're kind of in for that if you wanna listen to no-wave.
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IT'S THE STAAAAR TREATMENT
YEAAAAAAHAAAAAAH
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>>84111723
I can live with it
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Vegas- d12 damn party life ima down

>he hasn’t listened to aoty because it hasn’t been touched by fantano or pitchfork
I’m disappointed /mu/
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>>84115814
The Disintegration Loops VI
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>>84115814
Now you don’t need to ask anymore
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>>84115728
>guitar music
lol okay
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>>84115908
Yeah I do
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Not my AOTY but I’ve definitely been enjoying it.

Dubs and he dies next.
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>>84111111
reply
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if i dont reply to it it doesnt exist
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>>84111111
What've you done
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>>84111111
holy...
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>>84115048
k

>hated the Grateful Dead
>the artists he worshipped were Deadheads

What did Kurt mean by this?
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>>84116053
He looks like he fucks black guys
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Honestly, nothing would bring me more joy than to beat that man's ass. He represents everything I hate about music and was the archetype for the worst kind of rock music fan.
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This is far from just a Cobain thing though. Bashing & trashing hippies and the Dead was the early US punks' favorite passtime, and from about '75 through '85, the GD were the mainstream music presses' favorite whipping boys as well. Every revolution eats its children, so the next wave of musical/cultural revolution to come along would naturally disdain the former.

The dead were more punk and revolutionary than most actual punk bands. They were friends with bikers and outlaws and gave a big middle finger to government and conservatives for many years. I remember reading parts of Electric Koolaid Acid Test thinking "these guys were hardcore!". I was a skate punk through most of the 80's but always appreciated the Dead's songwriting chops and their musical ability in live performances.

The mainstream music press came to respect the Dead around the time of their 20th anniversary because they made a lot of money as an act--the biggest grossing touring in act in history at that point--and because putting them on magazine covers sold a lot of copies. Punks' attitudes came around in the late 80s/90s mostly. Anyone who was an outcast: goth, punk, queer, Deadhead, computer geeks, skaters, etc. all banded together. Safety in numbers you know. Not everyone got the message though...


Kurt Cobain was the kind of guy who would just say outlandish things to the media to put on a persona. Love Nirvana and they really opened up a lot of doors for a lot of bands in the way that previous "modern rock" acts to make it big time like R.E.M. or U.2. hadn't. Kurt Cobain was an ass though and had a bad habit of really trying too hard to build up a "punk" image. He was honestly a bit of a hypocrite, railing against hippies for being degenerates or whatever or Phil Collins for being popular, yet he was a fucking heroin addict who sold 10 million records in two years.

And yes I'm old.
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>>84116222
The thing is, Kurt wasn't even really punk, he was a poser. A "true Punk" would never claim to like The Beatles or Led Zeppelin either, and consider all that shit to be the same level of "faggy" wank as The Dead.
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>>84116222
Nice post anon

Lydia Night from The Regrettes

she is cute
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>>84116140
But is she here in my room cuddling with me and asking me what I want for dinner, no. She's like every other women.
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Looks a lot like a girl I know.




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