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/mu/ edition
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post IDM gf
I'm a robot and I approve of this message
origami commentari
We'd be a perfect match.
Why is barely anyone posting /mu/ editions though? Too lazy for OC, so just reposting /r9k/ stuff?

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Killer album, i really liked it, don't see it on here though, maybe i missed it. What do you think?
Also general indie/noise rock thread I guess.
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Sorry, anon. No time to talk about interesting music today. Gotta shitpost the same pictures of grimes and kpop that we usually spam every day.

Listen to Pavement.

Great album but it's not my dino album. It was amazing to see it live though. They even played poledo. Go see Dinosaur jr.

It's a good song, you flipping ding dong. The grimey guitars combined with the 2nd guitar that comes in later are so eerie and give a very wacky slint. What's not to like?
I miss when sharethreads were far more active than those Kpop threads.

Too quiet, need more LOUD. Dinosaur Jr., Polvo, and Fugazi are where it's at
I've read that Ash Bowie is an electrician. Gotta respect that on top of laying down an amazing catalog early in life.
Working with electricity posts scares anyone.

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ITT: Personal 10/10s
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Being able to enjoy what's good is a great feeling

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Damn, that Slipknot DJ makes pretty decent jungle
n1 mate, you heard the abstract thought lp

funny that b/c i just had me snorkel on the go this morning wi ya sis >:)
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howd this pic come 2 be loool

ITT: Bands that should have disbanded already
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this was their peak and everything since has been a 1/10 - 4/10
Horrible, mean thread. People like you are pathetic. Let these guy's stay together and create whatever they want.
But whatever they want seems to be consistently awful.
B-but N-Nationwide is on your side OP!
But they did disband after Pinkerton. Rivers quit music and became a celibate monk at a monastery in Georgia.

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what musicians/bands, or genres of music have you grown tired or bored of listening to in 2017?
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Industrial Rock

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What does /mu/ think of their 80s stuff?
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Why is U2 not centred in that circle very nicely?
>00+ - why?
I kinda agree but I'm very partial towards All That You Can't Leave Behind because it was one of the first CDs I ever bought.
sucks. everything they've ever done sucks
Everything before Joshua Tree was good, then they became a meme.
and how much of their music have you actually listened to?

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I've recently started listening to Japanese music, and am looking for recommendations on where to go from here. So far I've listened to a bunch of albums by Midori, and all of Tricot's and Ryo Fukui's albums.

Midori is like Jazz and Punk mixed together, along with a lot of screaming into the microphone. Tricot is Japanese math rock. And Ryo Fukui is Jazz.

What do you recommend I listen to next, /mu/?
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Tokyo Shoegazer - Turnaround

Great wall of sound post-rock melancholic goodness
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This album doesn't get enough love
Going to see these guys next month, pretty good.
What is it with the Japanese and math rock? They have a lot of math rock bands and they follow a fairly wide range of styles, ranging from bordering on jazz to far poppier styles.
Stop being a fucking weeb that's my suggestion

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The car is on fire, and there's no driver at the wheel, and the sewers are all muddied with a thousand lonely suicides. And a dark wind blows. The government is corrupt, and we're on so many drugs with the radio on and the curtains drawn. We're trapped in the belly of this horrible machine, and the machine is bleeding to death.
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whether or not you agree with them I think most of the members of GY!BE have decent political intelligence, they seem to be pretty self-aware and I've heard from friends in Montreal that they're actually fairly active in anarchist organizing there. that said they're fucking shit at putting it into words without sounding like self-parody (see: press release for Luciferian Towers) and the politics they put forward in their music are usually either vague to the point of meaninglessness or pretentious and academic to the point of meaninglessness.

tl;dr probably cool genuine people but if they're trying to make good propaganda music they fucking suck at it.

I agree with the first half of your post; I don't think it's pretentious or meaninglessly academic.

Also, I liked the press release for LT; how else you gonna say that shit?
Hell I think LT is their best since LYSF and it seems like a return to form
This album reminds me of Paul Auster's In the Country of Last Things. Same feeling of helplessness.
LT was definitely a return to form for them. Bosses Hanging is an excellent track

Hidden Place is her peak.
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Possibly Maybe

infact, she doesn't have a peak - there's loads of good tracks on almost evey album.

Arca isn't that good tho

How did you manage to misspell Undo that badly
wrong. Unison is her peak
>no mention of unravel
shame on you
That moment that was sampled by DJ Shadow is way too good compared to the rest of the song.

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Screen cap music player, post results, judge others.
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just kys.
Post your music so we can see what a true patrician listens too.
wow so edgy

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Found this in a thrift store but can't remember what album it's from. Anyone know?

what are some small, fun to play with portable synths?

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has anyone listened to these guys? thoughts?

i'm not really into rap music, but this is something else. What do you guys think, is this a good rap album?
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Hiram Clarke Hustler is my favourite album of his.
Maybe One Day You'll See Me Again is unironically a good song.

fucking epic :))))
It's an amusing experience.
Boys listen for the meme
Men listen because it's good
Its ok but most of his work is total garbage. Plush Playa is the best thing hes put out

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