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We still doin' this?

The point of these threads is to encourage people to look for new and interesting music. We do this by listening to and ideally discussing albums we've never heard before. Many of us already listen to new music daily, these people are in it to venture "out of their comfort zone" by listening to albums they otherwise wouldn't have, or just to have a good time.

Links:
https://www.neverendingchartrendering.org/
https://plug.dj/sdc-room-3-the-sequel
http://dailymu-sic.weebly.com/
https://discord.gg/8exuEmG

Previously, on /daily/: >>71669373
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reply to this post if you agree fishmans are not jazz
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generally killing people is probably easier than changing their minds what you think
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>>71688069
Literally everyone agrees with this except for that one retarded anon

fishmans being jazz is an ebic meem nothing more

>>71688083
so kill everyone you disagree with?

Hey Trans I think the Ark Work sucks you want my address?
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>>71688069
what if I reply and say that fishmans is jazz?
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>>71688124
yes
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>tfw you find an amazing jazz album and you're only the second person to rate it on rym

>>71688124
i don't think you can do that
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>>71688181
is it a fishmans bootleg
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>>71688069
I mean they do rival any jazz band ever.................................................................
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>>71688181
>i don't think you can do that

>>71688069
fishmans is jazz

:0
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>>71688207
Anon, I really like this meme.
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Posting my reviews early is risky, more people have a chance to rag on them. Oh well.

[1/2]

Dexter Gordon - Our Man In Paris
>Hard Bop, Cool Jazz

Pretty much everything I love in jazz. Gordon and his band work their way through a number of standards pretty fantastically. Gordon is magnificent on “Scrapple From The Apple”, ripping through some impressive, fast-paced solos. He tones it down a bit on the ballads, like “Willow Weep For Me” and “Stairway to the Stars”, which prove that he can still play cool as well. The bonus tracks, which I tend to gloss over, simply add to the experience. “Our Love is Here to Stay” and “Like Someone In Love” are both fantastic renditions and the later of which is the best I’ve heard from Gordon. Bud Powell is really on during this album as well, and most of the band manage to hold their own.

Reminds me of the cool jazz I’ve heard from Guaraldi at times yet the band still manages to sound firey on the more upbeat cuts. Nothing too inventive or original on here but it’s still a damn good album.

4.5/5

Richard & Linda Thompson - I Want to See The Bright Lights Tonight
>British Folk Rock, Contemporary Folk

Based on the cover, I had assumed this was a heavy 70s punk album. Who would’ve thought? I haven’t given much of this scene a listen afaict so this is a really superb introduction. It feels like a cross of old school British ballads and contemporary songwriting, which proves to be a great combination. The closest comparison I can give this is a less jazzy Van Morrison but that doesn’t really capture this album’s style too accurately imo.
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>>71688117
you'd have to consider the logistics of doing either on a large scale, killing would probably lose its advantage

>>71688233
commercially all bands rival all bands, it's a band-eat-band world we live in
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>>71688331
[2/3 (whoops)]

The opener, “When I Get to the Border”, features some folky guitar work paired with a mandolin, some flutes(?) and an accordion. Paired with Richard’s old-timey, Scottish singing tone, it feels like it’s a folk song that’s been passed down for generations. This theme is kind of continued in parts throughout the album, with “The Little Beggar Boy” sounding similarly ballady and old school. Tracks like “The Calvary Cross” and “Down Where The Drunkards Roll” prove their abilities to craft a more contemporary folk track though, with 70s rock influence kind of shining in as well. And the title track - holy shit, it’s so good.

Lyrically, this is just completely crushing. Tracks like “Withered and Died” and “The End of the Rainbow” are nihilistic and depressing, with both singers complementing the atmosphere perfectly. Many of the tracks almost feel like proto-slowcore, with the slow, almost jazzy drums weirdly reminding me of bands like Songs: Ohia or Stratosphere.

Anyway, this is a fantastic listen, right up my alley too.

4/5
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>>71688083
agree x 32832938
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>>71688331
>>71688347
Sorry guys, fucked up the formatting on this one

[3/3]

John Cale - Fear
>Art Rock

I could never get too heavy into this style of rock, with the artsy 70s stuff. It’s certainly intriguing, with pop, rock and experimental influences kind of meshing together. And there’s a lot to be said about Cale’s skills as a songwriter. But it just never sticks with me as much as most.

The opener, “Fear is a Man’s Best Friend” is awesome, with a poppy piano riff meshing brilliantly with the anxious guitar and vocals. It sounds like a lot of 70s stuff, almost like Talking Heads-y. It closes with a grinding, experimental little guitar piece which I dug. Both “Buffalo Ballet” and “Barracuda” are great pop cuts as well. I liked the atmosphere on the former in particular, something about the strings on the chorus sounds so beautiful. And “Barracuda” has a nice jaunty, funky bass riff and some awesome keyboard I dug a lot. “Ship of Fools” is a great cut as well, with the vibraphone adding a calming, almost ambient atmosphere to the track.

I appreciate Cale’s willingness to experiment as well. “Emily” has a nice little sample of a wave crashing, “Gun” adds some jarring, angular guitar passages and “The Man Who Couldn’t Afford an Orgy” is pretty bold lyrically imo. I know there’s probably a lot of effort put into this and there’s some cool musical ideas. It just felt like something was missing, especially on side 2, despite the great moments. File this under - “need to revisit”.

3/5
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>>71688334
my address is 123 daily street

please come kill me
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>>71688124
No, you can't do that

>>71688181
What album? Also, sweet GIF
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>>71688331
>Based on the cover, I had assumed this was a heavy 70s punk album. Who would’ve thought?
I think the name "richard and linda thompson" seriously gives away the fact that this is not a punk album.
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I have some random recs for everyone

https://rateyourmusic.com/release/album/your_infamous_harp/prah_suomafni_ruoy/

>aphex twin-esque glitch pop with lots of feelings

https://rateyourmusic.com/release/album/augusto-piccinini/xmas_album/

>very emotional christmas themed musique concrete

https://rateyourmusic.com/release/album/ian_william_craig/a_turn_of_breath/

>top ambient with choral tape loops warmly glitching the fuck out

https://rateyourmusic.com/release/album/carl-crack/black-ark/

>post instrumental hip hop

https://rateyourmusic.com/release/album/%D1%81%D0%BE%D0%BD/music_vol_/

>top ambient
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>>71688472
>christmas themed musique concrete
oh yes, just what i was looking for

>>71688425
fishmans bootleg
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>>71688440
I'd honestly never heard of either of them before this album :/ I just learned about Fairport Convention as well, sorry
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hello i'm looking for a link to download this meme
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>>71688383
>123, daily street
(k imma hop on my) 1234 flight
as easy as ABC
get ready to die

jk u r such a PYT

>>71688472
yo u caught my suggestions last thread?
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>>71688562
No, no, the right meme filename for that album is "...and friends"
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>>71688383
THinking about us all living in a house together on Daily Street...
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>>71688710
I'd get the big boy house and everyone else would live in a box
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>>71688642
Yes I did, I looked up some of them, i'll listen when I have the energy.
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Can somebody recc me something?
lately I've been listening to a lot of David Bowie, to the Low, Hunky Dory, Ziggy Stardust, Station to Station and Space Oddity albums, I had listened before to Let's Dance.

from those albums I liked mainly Speed of Life, Breaking Glass, Be My Wife, Life on Mars?, Queen Bitch, Moonage Daydream, Ziggy Stardust, from StS I liked pretty much the whole album. and Space Oddity, well the title track.

I also like a lot Joy Division, Interpol, Oasis and Blur, also Arctic Monkeys and I dont mean just bc AM, but rather Humbug and Suck it and See. Also Radiohead btw.

any reccs?

Also classic rock like Zeppelin and Hendrix
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>>71688854
hey guys
wait for it
musical abortions
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>>71688854
nmh
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>>71688875
lol nice
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>>71688875
>my taste is superior and your likes are shit
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>>71688854
just go through the other /mu/ essentials i guess
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>>71688932
no MY taste is INFERIOR and your likes are perfect
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>>71688854
but fr shit like the strokes/car seat headrest/women(maybe)
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>>71688963
right
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>Lawrence - Manhattan
boring techno. title track is enjoyable.

>>71688875
absolutely dead meme
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>>71689195
listen frequencies next
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>>71688069
medium sized meme ITT

>>71688083
killing yourself not to have to put up with ppl having different opinions is even easier innit
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>>71689195
listen to jam city it has frequencies in it so u wont have to listen to frequencies
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whomstsoever replies to this post correctly identifying the album on the t-shirt I'm currently wearing gets a 5 album drone
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>>71689347
can we guess 5 things about it?
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>>71689347
scooter no time to chill
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>>71689347
maybe twin fantasy
hmm
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i figured out some of the riffs from one of my favorite coil songs, gonna try to cover it desu

>>71689347
can we see the t-shirt

>>71689297
>>71689239
:thinking_face:
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>>71689347
Unknown Pleasures
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>>71689402
yes actually jesus
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>>71689347
You get it from target?
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>>71689426
i just looked at your top rated and figured its the only one that'd fit on a tshirt haha
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>>71689451
smart jimbo
wanna give me recs or should i just dig some shit out
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>>71689347
Meme Gender - Pubic Rain
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>>71689466
listen to whatever looks fun
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>>71689347
Emergency & I
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>>71689569
it me
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>>71689533
i wish
>>71689437
i wish
>>71689418
its just two dogs having hug sex
>>71689569
gotcha
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>>71689241
hmm
flawless logic
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Give me good albums with bassoons
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hey guys whats a good album with baboons
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>>71689719
Twin Fantasy
>>71690111
all rap
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>>71690141
this post is a fucking walnut
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>>71690245
lol deez nuts
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Peep This
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A8l0NwOQVJM&t=3s
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>>71690284
delete now
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>>71690267
gotteem
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What the fuck shakemyspeare

Romeo And Juliet sucks
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>>71689347
Buyer's market
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the new jordaan mason album is uhhhh

it really is something
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>>71691031
Is it good
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This man sure does a lot of things right
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h0i1Szq6GM8
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Post your bandcamp collections lads
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>>71691161
half of these were free download codes
sky simplified > arrayed >> droopies > transient life = uncontrolled dreams >>> lo-fi piano demos 1

>>71691132
i can't really answer that yet.
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>>71691161
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>>71691213
>he fell for the droopies meme
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>>71691347
>he got a free droopies download code*

>>71691217
seance when :^0
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>Frank Wright - Frank Wright Trio
Starting up with some really good free jazz, we got the Frank Wright Trio, consisting of Wright on the sax, Henry Grimes on the bass and Tom Pierce on the drums, which seems like a pretty standard ESP line-up, but with some pretty great results. Right of the bat the first thing i noticed is how much of a fanboy i am, as i started to immediately make comparisons with Spiritual Unity. Frank Wright, for some reason that i just can't understand, reminds me a lot of Ayler. It has to be the fact that they both played tenor saxo on each album, but even then i feel like there are some similarities, mainly about how both like to do rather sparse improvisations instead of constantly playing through the whole thing. Wright feels drier tho, and his playing is definitely not as soulful and majestic, but on the other hand he can get pretty wild and at many points throughout the album he surprised the hell out of me. But, if we are going to talk about the highlight of the album, then we gotta point the man himself Henry Grimes. Man Grimes is probably one of the most talented bass players ever. He is incredibly versatile, as he might make the bass wail and scream, make it play a jawdroping solo, or simply put one hell of a rythmn for Wright or Pierce to go wild. Speaking of Pierce, i feel like he did a pretty ok job. Again, I'm making comparisons to Spiritual Unity that i shouldn't make, but if Murray were on this album it be a hell of a different story. But on the other hand, Pierce's style accomodates pretty nicely with the other two and he makes a lot of noise a lot of the time, and he had some pretty nice solos. All in all, good album, i might be too much of a sucker for free jazz so everything impresses me but this is IMHO a pretty good listen that everyone should check out
7.5/10


What should i listen to next boys?
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>Kingpin Skinny Pimp - King of da Playaz Ball

I was really happy when I heard Three Six Mafia in this. I always loved the vocals of whoever raps in this. Instrumentally, I was a little let down compared to some of the other memphis rap i've heard. However, it was still good.

3.5/5
>Aпopєa - Ha pєкaхъ Baвл҃нcкыхъ

Pretty cool. The atmosphere of it was great. I loved the chants and the whole cathedral vibe it gave off. Definitely will look to listen to more stuff like this

4/5
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>>71691394
i listened to seance right when it came out
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>>71688562
here ya go https://mega.nz/#F!QYEBCbZZ!PiQs1pqv8Nf8G3ym2pV2-g
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the new jordaan mason album was probably one of the strangest mix of things i've ever listened to.

>>71691610
death chants

>>71691867
dont worry it was just a reference to an old joke because he kept pretending to release the album and backing out at the last second for like 10 months
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>>71691161

I don't know what situations I would possibly wear the Hartyga shirt in but it was probably worth it anyway.
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>>71690284
yo this joint stupid lit
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>>71691819
Glad you liked the Kingpin Skinny Pimp. He's one of my favorites from Three Six, he has such a cool flow. Production is definitely different than the other Memphis releases though, I can see what you're saying about that
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im starting destroy all monsters. im gonna review the discs as i go, but so far, this is some damn good noise.
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The Olivia Tremor Control has me annoyed like a motherfucker

Why is all this great pop songwriting bogged down by this bullshit "collage" stuff
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>>71692995
>bogged down
no lol
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>>71692995
i disagree pal, i cant imagine otc without the collages
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>>71693040
>Green Typewriters
>Black Foliage Animation (3-5)

Explain yourself
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>>71693172
>Green Typewriters
>Explain yourself
okay:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zYDL64gBAN0
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>>71688710
this already happened

>>71692995
man the collages make otc otc

the pop songwriting is def their strong suit though. y'ever tried out circulatory system?
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>>71693252
I can't respond as that and 10 were the only typewriters I liked
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>>71693269
Nah, listened to like one song off their album that came out a few years back.

It's weird because I've listened to Doss' solo stuff, and hoo boy is it hot trash
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Dont worry mom
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>>71693336
i haven't listened to their most recent one (but i've definitely heard other people say stuff like that about it), but their first one from 01 is really solid.
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>>71693172
bark is the only one where it's kind of excessive but on the other hand i kind of respect them for putting something like that in the middle of their album i guess
eventually you'll come back for the aspects you liked, you'll get used to the ones you didn't use to, and you'll realize their samples and the juxtaposition are cool in and of themselves
or you go make our boy ricebeans happy and listen to Stema Tarnyt, which is that part of OTC's style standing alone
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https://rateyourmusic.com/collection/zzane/recent/

Tfw going through rating spree of albums I've heard/ know but haven't rated yet (mainly stuff I heard when I was really young)
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>>71693457
>weeb used to be really into metal

hmm...
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>>71693530
please delete this
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>>71693269
I remembered this a second later. Who made this work of art?
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>>71693530
makes sense because both metal and anime are awesome (well except when they're not)
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>>71693595
>when they're not

That's where you're wrong kiddo

They were never good

>>71693457
I disagree with certain ratings but u seem chill so neato
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>>71693636
(except when they were)
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random hot takes:

This Crywank guy sucks

Lennon was the worst beatle besides Ringo

How Bizarre is a fantastic song

True Stories is a good album

I thought dām funk was Egyptian lover under a different name for the longest time

>>71693681
WRONG
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>>71693857
Random hot take
Your taste is shit
Every time someone hates on anime, their taste is shit
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>>71693857
>Lennon was the worst beatle besides Ringo

Support this opinion 100%

>How Bizarrre is a fantastic song

YouTube comments got it right for once - "This song sucks ass so hard and yet is so good."

>True Stories is a good album

I haven't heard this or Naked in fear of them ruining my image of Talking Heads. I might now that you said this
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>>71693911
I'll proudly be shit, at least I don't like anime
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>>71693949
It works better within the context of the film, which I might be a little biased for since that's one of my favorite film stories of all time.

So be cautious, but give it a shot
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heres my review for disc one of this monster (teehee) of a compilation.

Gospel Crusade (Runtime: 1:11:06)
This is the first album on the compilation, and it is jampacked with all types of different ideas: lots of unique lo-fi tape manipulation and noise and improvisation goes on in this album. The entire album starts with the noisiest siren you'll ever hear, and then takes you on a post-apocalyptic journey through the deconstruction of music - deconstruction that could rival the Residents in my book.

Highlights:
-Conga, a 5-minute noise-drone fest, paired with a heavy tribal drumbeat and dismantled guitars.
-Drone and Shiver, two beautifully terrifying drone tracks with wild freakouts backing it up
-The tape manipulated bird-calls in Bird Song of Detroit
-Vampire, Take Me With You, and Paranoid of Blonds, some actual punk "songs" on this album. The vocals are lifeless and preach death and hell, while guitars begin to melt away as both songs progress. Great if you're scared of blonds, too.
-Nixonoxin and Ride the Fuzz, two back to back noise tracks, both with little defining features. Nixonoxin contains a speech sample, while Ride the Fuzz has some tapping drums, and noise shrieks reminiscent of Les Rallizes Denudes.

All in all, the first disc of this is unlike much music I've heard, and reminds me of bands like Bugskull and Faust. I would definitely recommend if you like noise or tape music.

4/5
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Good morning /daily/!

Woke up a bit earlier than usual to watch the new Chappelle shit and it's not even on US Netflix yet. Fuuuuck.

Gonna listen to something now.
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>>71693577
kanzler, all the way back in june 2015

>>71693857
>Lennon was the worst beatle besides Ringo
i might agree with this. i love the first Plastic Ono Band to death but i think RAM and All Things Must Pass edge it out.
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>>71694007
Good score m8
I've heard many mixed opinions about the progression of the compilation
Personally, the 2nd is probably the best, but i've heard some people say it gets worse/better. Interested in seeing your opinions on the following discs. This is absolutely one of my all time favorite albums btw
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>>71693967
Hmm, okay. I'll save it for when I'm in a good mood then.

>>71694071
What you gonna listen to?

>>71694164
How would you rank them overall?
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REAL TALK

BEST BEATLES SONG

EVER

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ehqKpPmVcK4
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>>71694241
Continuing to force Depeche Mode down my throat because there's a fun DM bar here in Riga and I feel out of place there without having listened to all their good albums.
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>>71694269
You have to hear all their bad albums too because some contrarian will say they're their favorite and will call you a poseur in Latvian if you can't name your favorite track
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>>71694269
what have you heard so far?
fav song?
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>>71694334
>will call you a poseur in Latvian
lmao, that would be great
>>71694363
Everything up to Songs of Faith and Devotion. My fave picks are pretty normie I'd say. Enjoy The Silence, Just Can't Get Enough, Little 15 and More than a party.
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>>71694269
>Riga

Damn son, I didn't know that's where you're from. What's Latvia like? It's like 5,000 miles away from me and I know so little about Eastern Europe

Also, I need to check out more Depeche Mode, I've dug what I've heard so far
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>>71694224
yeah i peeked a bit at the second disc and im pretty pumped. it seems batshit crazy, always a fan of that type haha
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>>71694418
Not from here per se, but I've been living here for a year now.

I lived in a tons of places and this one is probably my favorite. It's a small city, everyone speaks English and Russian, food is amazing, 90% of girls are blonde so I really cannot complain much.

(I'd say that part of me still prefers Boston, but that's mostly for nostalgia reasons.)
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>A Side of LCD Soundsystems s/t
Eh

>B Side

WOAHAHHAHAHAHAHHAA

>>71694259
Please don't joke about hat
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>>71694007
fuck i'm two discs in and I like it

I should probably listen to the third one soon
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>>71694452
what meme country are you from then
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>>71694417
>More than a party
good man
(although Two Minute Warning is their secret best off of the album ;^* )
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>2k17
>hating anime

HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA
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>>71694550
og Berserk is the only good anime
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>>71694452
That's awesome dude, glad you like it. Part of me wants to visit more of Europe soon but I'm not adventurous enough. I went to Spain briefly like two years ago and that was enough for me for awhile. Plus I moved around plenty when I was younger
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>>71694507
Oh it's a mega meme. Tajikistan originally.
>>71694585
Europe is fun if you go around it with some locals imo or you explore it with your friends.
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>>71694550
>current year
>not realizing that manga is the far superior medium save for a few masterpieces
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>>71694546
I'll probably be revisiting everything from Black Celebration to ??? afterwards, so maybe it will click more
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>>71694617
recommend me manga

havent read any
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>>71694550
>>71694566
>liking anime

DISGUSTING
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>>71694241
they're honestly all about equal for me but i'd probably go

RAM > All Things Must Pass = Plastic Ono Band

i really, really like all of them.

>>71694259
non ironically it's all too much is the best beatles song
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>>71694656
uh...
what do u like
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>>71694625
More Than a Party is from Construction Time Again (Their secret best album)
plz revisit, it's an anti-capitalist synthpop opera masterpiece
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>>71694660
True rankings

RAM=Band on the Run >All Things Must Pass >Double Fantasy>Plastic Ono Band>That one time Ringo tried to play the blues
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>>71694715
sheet, right, messed up on the album progression.
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>>71694596
How many languages can you speak?
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>>71694787
Four or five.I'm not that proficient in Tajik, but I speak Russian, English, German, Polish. Know just a little bit of Japanese. Can communicate in other languages due to similarity (like Czech or Ukrainian) but I never learned them.
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>>71694752
i should listen to band on the run.
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>>71694656
Berserk is literally "the anime is good but I prefer the manga" the manga.

>>71694660
Paul for sure had the best solo career.

The b-side to Temporary Secretary is unironically my favorite Beatles-related track:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w40MUrFq3xM

>>71694566
nah bro that'd be hamtaro

>>71694752
>RAM=Band on the Run
nah. I really only think the first two songs on BotR are that great at all.
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Group 1850 - Agemo's Trip to Mother Earth
>Psychedelic Rock
idk what you're going on about saying this is "too weird", unless you're pulling my leg. To me it just sounds like you're average run-of-the-mill psych record from this time. Sure they got the obligatory long-form jam with a bunch of pretentious poetry, but that's p much it, rest was standard fare.
Anyways, this was ok. Seems like another overhyped forgotten psych album that got a bunch of praise from collectors cause it was rare and did a few weird things.
I tend to like the more out-there psych, but there's got to be some logic that comes across in some capacity. Here it was mostly just sloppy transitions between some really quite excellent kraut-y drumming and dull, hippy poetry.
The rest of the tracks are just kinda bland psych. Nothing memorable or catchy even. And I don't really like this style of singing (hippy faux-crooning where it sounds like they're trying real hard to make their voice deep) but goddamn everyone was doing it in the late 60's.
Last two tracks were p nice though. A lot calmer and more meditative, and they brought in some nice female vocals.

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>>71694914
fuck, that first sentence was meant to be directed at nat
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@EthyBoy

Holy shit this is fucking amazing so far. Some of the best primitivism I've heard yet.
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>>71694877
it's a really solid track, i wish paul did more weird synth stuff.

>>71694914
more 'too weird' as in it tried to do weird things and failed miserably

still pretty decent
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>Trying to make a RNG chart
>First 10 numbers are albums I've already heard
>11th is an album I have on my current chart

Welp, nevermind. Idk people have the patience to do that
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>>71694966
>american primitivism
>not even an american
>>71694970
>tried to do weird things and failed miserably
I can agree with this sentiment
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>>71695096
he appropriated white culture baka
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Can anyone recommend an album similar to Xiu Xiu's fag patrol?

Acoustic songs that are extremely intimate, delivered in a whisper-quiet voice, and depressive. The fewer instruments the better.
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HYYYYYPPPPPPEEEEE

https://www.residentadvisor.net/news.aspx?id=38489
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>>71695186
U heard 0 by Ichiko Aoba? That might be similar to what you're talking about.
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>>71694705
uhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh not pure action or adventure

some animes ive really liked:
>nhk
>clannad
>your lie in april
>serial experiments lain
>the tatami galaxy
>toradora
>nge
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>>71694566
but Nichijou best anime desu

>>71694970
>tried to do weird things and failed
as in they didn't actually sound weird, or they're just not good, or both?
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>>71695161
appropriating black american culture is our culture and we'll be damned if some kraut takes it
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>>71695215
Got something in english? :/
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>>71695291
>anime has girl
dropped
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>>71695186
>Acoustic songs that are extremely intimate, delivered in a whisper-quiet voice, and depressive.
Jandek - Six and Six
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>>71695263
hm
dorohedoro
oyasumi punpun
ran to hiiro no sekai
karekano
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>>71695291
both, kinda. it's definitely weird but it's just not executed well, and some of the elements aren't nearly as weird or out-there as they're meant to be.
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>>71695304
nippon + fish BTFlipO
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>>71695320
this is freaking me out
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>>71695400
Why?
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>>71695304
Do you not like music w/o english lyrics?

You heard any early Elliott Smith?

>>71695340
?
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>>71695320
might be seeing Jandek live soon
he's rolling through in April

what do I expect doggy?
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>>71695314
but all the girls are dfc so you can pretend they're traps!

>>71695304
have you heard that new mt eerie yet
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>>71695437
Jealous as fuck.

Well these days it might be either a solo acoustic guitar/piano show, a small chamber ensemble with Smith doing spoken word or something extremely different that hasn't been done by him before.
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>>71695457
sounds dope af
tix are surprisingly pricey tee bee aitch (at least for a broke boi like me)
He's more popular than I would've assumed
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>>71695422
>Do you not like music w/o english lyrics?
not usually
>You heard any early Elliott Smith?
early elliott is supreme
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>>71695507
Did you know that a music reporter coined the word "hipster" in order to describe Jandek fans?
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>>71695507
He's practically mainstream by now :^)
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>>71695534
>tfw don't know any "hipsters"
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Who else /pumped/ now?
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>>71695522
Idk

Any Nick Drake you haven't heard
Songs of Leonard Cohen if you haven't
Maybe anything you haven't heard from Red House Painters and Mark Topkek including Down Colorful Hill and Ghosts of the Great highway maybe.
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M. Butterfly has more in common with Weezer than Puccini desu.
Also this shit is terrible but it's giving me some cheap laughs. What was the last bad thing you read /daily/?
>inb4 this post
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Baroness - Red Album (2007)
>sludge metal, progressive metal

Some shades of buttrock here and there, and as a whole it's just a pretty uneventful album, but it's got some nice riffs and decent variety for a metal album. Not all the variety is all that great, but it's great to see a metal band experiment with more acoustic sounds, one track even takes on a bit of an alt-country sound. I know that Baizley did cover art for Gillian Welch, but the americana influence here is a nice, unexpected surprise. Shame his vocals kinda suck, I find myself liking the instrumental tracks a whole lot more than the vocal tracks. Not just because of the vocals, the arrangements and the riffs of the instrumental tracks are just more inventive and less poppy, and the closer (minus the bullshit hidden track) is a fucking great six minute song that exists solely to show off how good this one riff is, but it's still awesome nonetheless. It's alright, I'm not huge on it but it's pretty cool.

2.5-

Cindy Lee - Act of Tenderness (2015)
>lo-fi indie, noise pop

The soundscapes are cool, but the songwriting is just nonexistent. This would be much cooler if it was just a straight-up noise album, but every foray into pop and rock is middling at best and just flat-out bad at worst. The vocals are irritating as hell, and the band does not pull of the focus on atmosphere over songwriting. Some bands can do it, but the mixture of noisy soundscapes with more traditional instrumentation clashes a lot, and the soundscapes always come out as the more interesting aspect. They're still not great, but they're nicely enveloping and they're well done, and it's a shame that they're wasted on an album I otherwise don't like at all.

2.0-
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Ryoi Ikeda - +/-
>Glitch, Microsound, Ambient
As nat said, the sound of this record is essentially a simplified, more primitive version of what we find on some of his later works. A lot less glitchy and perhaps not as ear-piercing, but I still enjoyed this a lot.
This record was a lot more rhythmically focused I thought. The first two tracks have this thumping, deep bass tone that is surprisingly heavy for how ~small~ everything sounds. Some of the longer rhythmic explorations are quite entrancing. They sound almost like breakbeats if they were fed through an old fax machine.
The ambient pieces at the end were good but didn't hold my interest nearly as well.
Also I love that weird feeling that you get when you listen to his music like something doesn't feel quite right but you can't put you're finger on it and you get a lil scared that some inaudible frequencies are fucking up your ears and it makes you kinda uncomfortable but you keep listening cause you like it you dirty boy.

3
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Thelonious Monk - Thelonious Alone in San Francisco (1960)
>jazz, hard bop

I always knew I'd like Monk as a soloist more than as a bandleader. This album is forty minutes of nothing more than solo piano goodness performed by the master. Very samey, of course, and I generally don't like solo piano at all, but Monk's compositional quirks and personality shines through on every track, keeping the album fresh and really damn fun and pleasant.

3.0

The Clientele - Suburban Light (2000)
>indie pop, dream pop

Kinda like the Cindy Lee album in that the atmosphere takes priority over the songwriting here. There's one exception with "Reflections After Jane", a bonafide pop masterpiece that never sacrifices atmosphere for songwriting or vice versa. It's catchy, pleasant, and the dreamiest damn thing you'll ever hear. The rest is obviously plesant and dreamy, but a bit uninteresting. I'm not a fan of the vocals or the fuller-sounding, rockier tracks, and the remaining simple tracks like "Reflections After Jane" just plod along aimlessly. The atmosphere of this whole album is incredible, of course, but there's a fairly noticable lack of interesting song ideas.

2.5
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>>71695941
yeah that riff is fucking great. A shame you didn't like the vocals on there though. And please stop with this buttrock meme.
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>>71696054
i felt dirty saying that desu

it's just got some hard rocky vibes that i don't really like, especially on the vocal tracks. the instrumental tracks that are more progressive are real cool though.
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>>71694656
I've read a few manga. Anime is insufferable. Here're some recs:

Completed
>Blame! (Cyberpunk, All time favorite)
>Biomega (Cyberpunk)
>Akira (Sci-fi/Thriller, just watch the movie-core)
>Dragon Ball (Comedy/Action/Adventure, classic)
>Battle Angel Alita (Cyberpunk, classic)
>Tokyo Ghoul (Action/Thriller, edgy, the sequel is iffy)
>I Am a Hero (Action/Thriller, starts somewhat unassumingly, gets downright bizarre)
>Hotel (sci fi "oneshot" short story)
http://www.mangareader.net/hotel/1

Ongoing
>Happiness (Thriller, artsy)
>Grand Blue (Comedy)
>One Punch Man (Comedy/Action, read the original shitty-drawing version too)
>One Piece (Action/Adventure, a billion chapters, basic af, very impressive writing tho)

"Ongoing"
>Berserk (Ow the edge, best manga of all time, etc.)
>HxH (Action/Adventure, classic)
>D.Gray Man (Action?, edgy-ish)

Also JoJo's Bizarre Adventure

>>71694566
Haven't watched the anime but the manga is top
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>>71694656
Read "Sunny" by Taiyo Matsumoto. Everything else is a waste of time.
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Just downloaded all this nonsense. Will start it some time soon
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>>71697028
hECK yeah

Idk if you'll love it or not, but there's a lot there to be enjoyed.
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tfw you realize Dennis isn't feeding anything
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>>71697530
what a piece of shit
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Is "Earth Hour" the biggest act of shitty fucking slacktivism on the planet? I think so. God, I hate how people use this as a tool to feel good that they've "done something" when they're in reality not willing to compromise even a single minute detail that would give a bigger effect, like lowering their home temperature 1 degree or whatever.

Fuck Earth Hour.
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>>71696484
gud recs senpai
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>>71697530
what is mike doing
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>>71688854
Television - Marquee Moon
Brian Eno - Another Green World
John Cale - Paris 1919
Big Star - Radio City
Wire - Chairs Missing
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>>71698285
is earth hour the thing where you turn off the lights for an hour?
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>>71698645
Yeah
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>>71698651
Is it a big thing in Sweden? I haven't heard anybody talk about it here.
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>>71698759
Yeah. Apparently there was a big hiss about last year because my city didn't turn off all the street lights (this was due to a wave of sexual offences at the time), and they've gone out and said "we're gonna do it this year guys". Pretty much everyone does it.
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>>71698773
Or ya'll could just, y'know, work to reduce power consumption on a daily basis
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>>71698933
See >>71698285

Retard.
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>>71698939
No need to be pissy
I saw your lil dissenting opinion hampy dw
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You guys are all forgetting Living in the Material World

>>71694966
I know, right?? I put it on last week and was blown away that someone could wring that much weirdness out of an acoustic guitar
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I found some really great folk/field recordings stuff, first disc is more weird and lo-fi while disc 2 is slightly more studio quality.

https://rateyourmusic.com/release/album/hala_strana/fielding/
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>>71698285
Earth hour is dumb. But it all seems like a way to cope psychologically with whatever damage humankind has done to the planet. I went to the history museum here Sunday and it's mindblowing how no matter what section of the museum you're in, it's clear humans have doomed it one way or another and within very recent history. You just wonder how it weighs on the human psyche. Like in the way some people talk about White Guilt--you wonder if there's some sort of Human Guilt (beyond this stupid slacktivism). I have a lot of thoughts on it
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Boy o boy what a nice week
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>>71691031
it's impressive that the other guy's vocals manage to sound more obnoxious than Jordaan's belting

not saying it's a bad album but the singing takes some used to
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>>71699379
i always wanted to like that zolo album because the cover was qt desu
i did or i do actually or idk idc
how you feel about weebleeps like jcore n shit
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This is nice too, very pretty modern jazz

https://rateyourmusic.com/release/album/portico_quartet/isla/
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havent listened to much new stuff

>>71699379
miu miu miu miumiumiu miu, miu miu...

>>71699544
enjoyed linear s decoded?
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Hey guys how do i join /daily/? any tips and advices? been watching it for a long time, it might be nice to get in it.
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>>71700378
get a name, start doing a chart - if you ask ppl for recs on the chart they'll be more likely to comment on your posts about albums so you get more interaction

if u have something interesting to say or some nice memes to share that's also good

(come to plug or discord if u want to hang with the c00l kids though)

git teste

idk just start doing stuff lol
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>>71700378
Just talk about music. That's about it. What you been listening to lately?
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>>71700357
had some good tracks, was expecting something that's overall dreamier like that one you showed me tho so i wasn't too in right the mood when i put it on
how you feel about taterbug? i didn't really get it, just the fact that his stuff sounds like legitimately 90 years old but with a weird twist i guess is cool
>>71700378
oh that's simple just
reddit.com/login
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Grimes - Art Angels (Transgod) vs Swell Maps - A Trip to Marineville (rym robot man)
Didn't really like vocals on Swell Maps' album. The guitar is pretty good though and general punk rock attitude on some songs makes up for unsatisfying vocals ("Vertical Slum", "Spitfire Parade", "Midget Submarines", etc)
I guess I didn't expect Grimes to be good, but I sure didn't expect it to be like this. It's like it's about nothing. Some songs did manage to at least sound pop catchy ("Flesh Without Blood", "Kill V. Maim", "Realiti", "Venus Fly") and since I suppose that was the purpose, I had to give 0.5 for achieving it. Comparing to Visions she has a small progress on her vocals, at least it's not that apparent now she's a voiceless hack, but the quality of music noticeably declined.

The Chameleons - Script Of The Bridge (Terminus) vs Radiohead - Amnesiac (rym robot man)
I have heard Script Of The Bridge before, but accepted it as a relisten, since it's been a while ago. I actually only remembered "Pleasure And Pain" from it, which is great yeah, but as it turns out the album in general is in fact well made and on this listen I got some more favorites ("Here Today", "Up The Down Escalator", "Less Than Human", "Paper Tigers").
Yeah, Amnesiac's good.
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>>71700581
that taterbug release is different to his other stuff, much less old sounding and the only one i really really like
it feels like being drunke and careless I guess, really pulls me in cause of that, degenerate society outcast feel
also a bit humorous in a cozy way
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also this might be of interest for some people, footwork-style stuff featuring a le mystere des voix bulgares sample, not liking it too much though
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DxTW1nHhqvU
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>>71700378
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>>71700627
>the quality of music noticeably declined
*started to git gud, early grimes a shit
>>71700640
good to know
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>>71700787
You should write something about Art Angels. Have you? /daily/ doesn't get the hype
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>>71700826
pretty much everything's been said before, i wouldn't know what to add and there's not a lot of nuance to how i would put the reasons i like it
i don't care about it as much as i did about half a year ago either
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>>71700872
More along the lines of, ya know, rebutting the criticism
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>>71700424
thanks man, will build a chart as soon as possible and fit in also.

>>71700490
Nothing special, getting back to listen to some music since med class only comes back in august, so I've been trying to keep it up with some music and video-games. Have been listening to a lot of pic related, it's some fun indie rock, that has nothing singular about it, but it is a really joyful listen, remind me of a non shitty real estate.
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>>71694259
>McCartney II
Great choice
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>>71700627
I feel like giving you the rec right now
Oliver Messiaen - Quatour Pour la fin du Temps
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>tfw took the rest of the week off at work to study for ACCA
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The seminar today was a complete waste of time. Apparently the little essay I had to write for today was not actually for today, and we're supposed to hand it in later. Today we just discussed "what labels are assigned to you" based on appearance or a five minute discussion, and then we discussed normative views of those labels. Of course all the girl put the label "woman" and talked about how it has literally ruined their entire life to live as a woman in the patriarchy and how they've been oppressed always. There's also an asian chick who put "asian" and said she's constantly exotified and sexualised because of her ethnicity.

I put "uninteresting" and said that people won't notice anything about me because I don't particularly stand out from the norm. Apparently this is racist because it highlights people who do not fit societal norms and this is bad.

Fuck's sake.
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>>71701370
Why didn't you say "patrician"? Or would that be classist and reactionary and probably racist too?
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Do you guys ever engage in a conversation and something pops into your head that you think "this thing I'm thinking about is, to me, really interesting and would add to the discussion, but I know that if I voice it no one else will think it's interesting so I better just be quiet"? I've noticed I do this quite a lot and I often wish I could just ignore what people think and say what I'm thinking about.

I've taken to asking that exact question every now and then when I think this, particularly if the conversation is sort of dying, and I've noticed that about half-half say yes or no, but almost unanimously people tell me to say what I was thinking, and often they are actually interested in what I'm saying.

>>71701427
Patrician sort of sounds like patriarchy and has the same root in pater for father, so it's clearly a sexist term that is used to oppress women. It's also closely related to ancient Roman culture which was white and so using this term is racist and oppressive to women of colour.

>implying anyone would label me patrician from my looks or a short conversation with me
>implying anyone in real life use the term patrician
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>>71701486
Yo do you know any place where i can get traditional music FOR FREE?
A lot of the stuff i want is not on slsk and i have to pay for it
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>>71701209
>Quatour Pour la fin du Temps
Already heard Yordanoff/Tétard version, also two Messiaen albums were rec'd in the first round before I asked not to rec the same artists
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>>71701486
Make a dozen shirts that read "I made Magenta Circuit" and wear them every day. Your social capital will skyrocket.
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>>71701530
Rite of Spring played by Yoel Levi
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>>71701486
Case in point: right now I'm thinking that I'd really like to have some... thing... to speak about like an impressed Brit, because it sounds so neat. I just want something that makes me go "That's quite remarkable, astonishing really, isn't it?" and just be bemused about something. This is definitely because I'm watching Grand Designs and Kevin McCloud says stuff like that all the time when they view the finished house. Too bad there's really nothing that makes me that impressed.

>>71701517
What.CD

Oh wait.

I think RuTracker might have some stuff? But better yet just get Spotify, you can use it for free with ads, and it has tonnes of traditional music. Alan Lomax's collection is free also:
http://research.culturalequity.org/home-audio.jsp

>>71701541
I do not understand how this comment fits into context.
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>>71701517
Just get Spotify dude, aren't you a Venezuelan heir or something?
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>>71701563
>there's really nothing that makes me that impressed.
how about these digits though
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>>71701601
FUCKi disappointed hampus time to kill myself
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>>71701601
Shameful.
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>>71701563
I don't understand half the things I say anymore.
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>>71701631
me irl
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>>71699379
That John Lee Hooker album looks tight

>>71700357
Is More Life any good?

>>71700378
Just post different versions of that meme every thread and you'll fit in

>>71700627
This might be the first reasonable opinion of Grimes I've seen. People act like she's either the best or worst singer of our generation when she's really just decent
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>>71701899
i was mainly there for the 2 thug features, didn't listen to all of it but it was neat
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>>71691978
thank you <3
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>>71701925
Okay cool, I'll have to check it out soon
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>>71701925
I listened to the first track this morning and thought it was pretty bad, I'll give some of the other tracks a chance later
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If you found out someone was listening to their library on shuffle, what would you do?
Asking for a friend.
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>>71702895
show them pictures of kenneth anger
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>>71702932
Who?
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Also, looking forward to the new mass effect. The new crewmembers aren't that interesting for the most part but PeeBee seems neat.
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>>71702977
do you listen to your library on shuffle
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>>71702895
what a weird thing to care about
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>>71703079
M-maybe
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>>71703130
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>>71703230
I am confused.
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>>71703241
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Is it just me or does Anger look a lot like Scott Walker?
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>>71703249
This isn't helping
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>>71703275
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>>71703304
I feel like we've hit a wall in our communication and I'd like to end our discourse here.
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>>71703342
we can try again tomorrow
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whats quackalackin, fellas ?
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>>71704097
finals. I'm thinking I might do poorly on this maths final tomorrow :/ but everything else looks easy

Basic Channel is good study music though would rec.
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Wtf im never listening to eric taxxon again

>>71704097
Tomorrow is abolotion of slavery day in puerto rico so we get the day off, made some plans its gonna be lit

In the meantime im looking for buscabulla live shows, theyre p great and raquel is qt af

>>71704160
Good luck fishboy
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>>71704160
more like basic bitch
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EkFNdi8gIMY

Ended up finding this somehow while procrastinating. Worth the watch.

>>71704219
congrats on not owning slaves yamir

>>71704235
not even wrong though
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>>71704219
He's right tho
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>>71704564
>>71704219
>corgis and papillons
>wonderful
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follow me on snap NOW to receive a free dickpic, id: hampus.gronvall
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>>71704619
I've seen your dick twice on this fucking website and that's plenty
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>>71704808
rude
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>>71704619
can you keep one behind for me for when I get a phone that works?
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>>71704829
That's a negative.
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i guess if we're doing snaps.
patrick.totally
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>>71704836
sad :'0(
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aye

I'm papasmurph1 on snapchat

hmu if yer cool ;)
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>>71704619
I'm gonna follow, but I'll unfollow if there is a dick

echandl2
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Holy shit guys /daily/ still exists. Good to see.

Sadly I can't really participate since I'm doing a terrible job at listening to albums lately. I'm happy if I can get to two albums a week or something.

Anyways, how have you guys been?
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>>71705097
>>71704850
>>71704836
i added u all pls add me back or i will become deeply depressed
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>>71704160
>Basic Channel is good study music though would rec.
autechre is good programming music
so good that i feel like it was made exclusively for that purpose
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>>71704219
papillons are severely underrated
>inb4 m-m-muh big dogs!
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>>71705361
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>mfw was complaining in plug two nights ago about losing my sc with all the dailiens and now everyones postin em
Good feel

I'll add you lads soon, need to get on my other phone so i can add yall to my other snap

>>71705178
>curren$y still exists
Wew lad hi
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Petit Printemps - Démo
[1995]

Very powerful lofi french emo. Pretty good.

8


what album/film next?
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>mfw I need DSM-5 for my next class and ordered it from Amazon for 30 euro instead of paying 200 euro for it from a domestic book store
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>>71705178
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>>71705412
Youre a pretty big dog...

>>71705417
Happy jawbone family band
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>>71705361
>>71704219
>>71704564
>>71704601
overbred shitdogs have severe health problems for a reason you know

>>71705274
was legit studying to Oversteps while making a program last week and it made the whole process way less painless.

SAW II will always remain supreme study-core album for me tho

>>71705178
anyone who pays full price for textbooks is a chump or too rich to care.

>>71705417
Did you ever finish that mini-tourney you started like last year
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>>71705417
q u i c k s p a c e
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>>71705543
underbred shitfish have severe taste problems for a reason you know
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>>71705595
I mean if you really want a dog that'll develop almost genetically guaranteed hip displacement or heart/breathing problems then be my guest.

my fav dog is overbred as shit so I guess I'm a hypocrite but still.
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>>71705543
>Did you ever finish that mini-tourney you started like last year
nah lol got bored
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>>71705672
quality favorite breed
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>>71705687
you had like four albums left though. You need to finish the good part of B2S's discog regardless though (Keep it Like a Secret, There's Nothing Wrong With Love, Live) because I'm sure you'll really like it all.

I got a cool wallpaper out of it at least

>>71705715
is this loss
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>>71705543
>overbred shitdogs have severe health problems for a reason you know
Yes. Any dog with a lifespan of less than 12 years is shit, including papillons and corgis.
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>>71705776
what are most dogs
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>>71705765
i'm gonna listen to them sooner or later for sure
and yeah that bg has got major swagger
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>>71705806
overbred shit
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Holy shit Frankie Knuckles is a genius
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>>71705959
Elaborating on this a bit:

Check out this kinda generic Nu-Disco/electropop hit from the mid/late-2000s:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PQ2jNLyJpkg

It's nothing incredible really, but the Frankie Knuckles remix makes so few subtle changes to the song and reworks the whole progression and really breathes new life into the song:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q4MymPStabI

I need to give "Greatest Hits From Trax" a thorough relisten sometime soon.
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You know, I think I can appreciate the sentiments that fuel most RYM curves, but this is just hilarious

>>71706000
good remix, good digits
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>>71706046
had a literal guttural laugh when I saw that pic.

What's the acct?
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>>71706063
~furs_of1

Also, just got to 4:45 in that Frankie Knuckles remix, holy shit
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>>71706126
I hope he adds me back ;(

and yeah it's fucking bonkers. You need to peep the original song for contrast to just how much he adds to the song by changing so little. It's a revelation.
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Rec me great ambient-y techno
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test
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>>71706183
https://rateyourmusic.com/customchart?page=1&chart_type=top&type=album&year=alltime&genre_include=1&include_child_genres=1&genres=Ambient+Techno&include_child_genres_chk=1&include=both&origin_countries=&limit=none&countries=&exclude_rated=t

>>71706229
hey ;)
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>>71706183
not sure if you mean like minimal techno
>Akufen - Psychometry, Vol. 3.0
>Jeremy - So Peaceful

or techno mixed with ambient
>Global Communication - 76:14
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>>71706046
Lol, but I've seen much worse
>>71706183
Vladislav delay - kuopio

I'll add some of y'all on sc when I get home. Some of y'all added me awhile back and idek who some of you are based on your name.
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>>71706238
are you for real Fishguy?

>>71706248
more on the lines of techno mixed with ambient ye

>>71706276
>glitch
is it very glitchy? I'm looking for something not very wild
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>>71706349
No, barely glitchy at all
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>>71706349
Yeah, then that Global Communication album, but listen to Gas too
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>>71706377
I'll try it!

>>71706391
heard both. although I haven't listened to Gas in some time
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>>71706248
>Akufen - Psychometry, Vol. 3.0
that's house you dingus
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>>71706349
no, just FunPostin'(tm) xP
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>>71691161
g00d shit only, homeboy
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>>71706429
I know you are. You're a fun guy
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Hey Boyz.
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>>71706421
Man is there egg on my face
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>>71706497
Hey gurl
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>>71705417
>au hasard Balthazar a 6

There are opinions that are just plain wrong yknow

Watch the Miami Connection and Edvard Munch, with Miami being dumb fun and Munch being an artistic mastapiece
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>>71706573
more like an autistic mastapiece if you know what i mean by that
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>>71706573
Miami Connection is tight

https://youtu.be/dO9BFGHTrC8
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I have charts now

>>71706604
Munch is basically a fucking weirdo so I'll give you that
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>>71706672
>>71706672
>>71706672
>>71706672
novo filo




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