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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.

>make charts
https://www.neverendingchartrendering.org/

>listen to tunes
https://plug.dj/sdc-room-3-the-sequel

>listenalong schedules, OP pics, etc.
http://daily-mu.blogspot.com/p/welcome.html

previously, on /daily/:
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fucking

previously on daily: >>74453935
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so i will be gone for the next three to four days, leaving town for a wedding and moving into a place with my girlfriend, so i thought it would be (acceptable??) to drop the listenalong for next week now::

Ada Yakusheva - [moonrunes]
>bard music
mega: https://mega.nz/#!tdBx2ThC!41t5XOLyB1OZtejZ4YvSOL2QLap_NbuPEfMiJDPjNw4

unfortunately, this is on neither spotify nor youtube as a full album; youtubes has samples and spotify has other less good compilations so for point of reference here is a

youtube sample: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MPtoPRp0dvc

rym: https://rateyourmusic.com/release/comp/%D0%B0%D0%B4%D0%B0_%D1%8F%D0%BA%D1%83%D1%88%D0%B5%D0%B2%D0%B0/%D0%BB%D1%83%D1%87%D1%88%D0%B8%D0%B5_%D0%BF%D0%B5%D1%81%D0%BD%D0%B8/

i hope some of y'all enjoy!!
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(fight me if unhappy)
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>>74484287
my dick
is hard
they call me
Ada Yakusheva
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for the bois
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Fick fuck fuck fuck FUCK
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>>74484342
Well now that just plum don't rhyme do he
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i remember i almost considered posting on this thread sometime in the past but then i decided to not be autistic instead
jk its just it moves to fast and i feel like i still have too much backlog to catch up on
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>>74484287
this is nice so far
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By far the worst general, bunch of pretentious tripfags sharing some shitty music
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>>74485417
there's only one solution. come up with a shitty trip yourself
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>>74485417
r-rude
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>>74485363
It's free verse.
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LOtRxagaUbQ
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>>74485587
don't worry i like it
any recs for music? been reaaal slow at work the past few weeks so i've been needing more new stuff
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Accel, thoughts on the new EE my nigga, by now you heard it in full already haven't you

>>74485388
>and i feel like i still have too much backlog to catch up on
Backlog burning chart is the way then
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>>74486311
hm. i'll make myself a chart this weekend then. needs to happen sometime anyways.
now to think of the most edgy trip i can think of.
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>>74486563
>edgy trip
There, you just named yourself. Welcome to /daily/, enjoy your stay.
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>>74486311
Is the new EE out yet? I didn't realise that it was being released so soon.
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>>74486610
It leaked yesterday, official release is next Friday
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>>74486625
Holy heck, I'll get on it then. What are your thoughts on their albums? Just out of interest. I remember my sister telling me about them ages back and ended up loving them.
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>>74486648
Man Alive is their young and reckless one, throws so much shit into the wall and some stick hard, others fall flat af
Arc is my fav, takes some of the weirdness and grows up a bit in the lyrics department with math rock influence
Get to Heaven is great but loses the math rock influence. It's the one with the best lyrics though.

A Fever Dream is close to Arc on the music but has a lot of GtH's lyrical themes.
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>>74486594
>edgy trip
woah
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bitch i grind bitch i grind i am wario in mario kart
god i've spent everyday drunk last week
what should i listen to now?
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>>74486739
>rekt in trip
perfect
>>74486821
getting drunk more or not?
i'm biased bc i'm dutch but clap! clap! has this neato album using sound-samples from the dutch "tropenmuseum", the anthropological museum
https://clapclap.bandcamp.com/
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>>74484287
>bard music
more like bad music
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>>74486648
Never actually listened to them, besides just now. Good stuff.
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I'm still doing that jazz chart you all gave me recs for too, believe it or not.

>Bubble Puppy - A Gathering of Promises (1969)

Read the name. Look at the cover. This album defies the odds and kicks so much ass. Sloppy it's not, noodly it's not. I'm still scratching my head at how nuanced and thoroughly composed something like this could be. You won't find any laziness or phoning it in on this acid rock album, and every moment is filled to the brim with natural progressions and thoughtful drum fills and guitar riffs and great harmonies starting with the great "Hot Smoke & Sasafrass". To my ears, it's a marriage of Blue Mountain Eagle melodies, Buffalo Springfield harmonies. There's some quality to it that almost makes it come across like a proto-Tame Impala. It's got some pop elements but this album rocks hard and twists and turns all throughout if you listen closely.
7.5/10

>Strawberry Alarm Clock - Incense and Peppermints (1967)

I can't fault this album for being what it is. It's horseshoe theory in action...those who don't enjoy psychedelia can appreciate the cultural kitsch and time capsule that is "Incense and Peppermints", many who do like psychelia may find this too commercial or poppy or nonsensical, and then serious collectors jaded from aesthetics consider this essential. I'd like to think I can appreciate each viewpoint. Like it or not, the hit single is one of the living, surviving testaments to the Summer of Love: pop music administered a health dose of LSD with odd vocal harmonies and unexpected chord progressions and nebulous lyrics. The rest shouldn't be as overlooked as it is, as it's just as meticulous and nuanced, only with less catchy pop appeal.
6/10
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>>74487961
>Hendrix - Band of Gypsys (1970)

I'm at the point where if I want to listen to some Jimi Hendrix, it's going to be live material. I want as little to get between his playing and my ears as possible, I think his studio albums aren't as great as they could be. 15+ three-minute-long songs just don't suit his strengths as well as he gets credit for. He starts to catch on and give himself some room with Electric Ladyland. The general public have in some respect confused his legacy on his hit songs rather than his guitar virtuosity, perhaps out of some difficulty discussing the latter. Anyone who listens to a Jimi Hendrix Experience album from front-to-back will inevitably find he's just a far more consistently excellent musician than he is a composer. For me, there's only so many times I can hear "Foxey Lady" on Are You Experienced? until I need more, and to understand an improvisational musician, one needs to constantly filter through material.
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>>74487981
Anyway, Band of Gypsys is a live album, and it's a far different style than his previous work and features an altogether different band. The Summer of Love is over heading into the year 1970, and this strays from the psychedelic rock format into some heavy bluesy material. It can't be overstated just how lasting this Band of Gypsys sound is, as I still hear it deep in the roots of a lot groups playing heavy psych and even sludge and doom metal today. Most immediately noticeable about this power trio is how basic the playing of the other musicians is in comparison. Buddy Miles' drums and Billy Cox's bass are clearly here to respond to Jimi's cues to lift up his guitar. And sure enough, Jimi's guitar is lysergic as ever as it fills the entire sonic palette. Surely one of his career highlights is the 12-minute-long "Machine Gun" in which his watery electric guitar emulates an entire orchestra across his fretboard so that you couldn't get hung up on particular notes if you tried, and his band match these nebulous shifts step-for-step.
8/10
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>The Saints - Eternally Yours
This one is kind of a trip for me. It sounds fucking dead on exactly like the less-creative half of the Lookout! Records galaxy of pop punk bands I listened to in jr high, but 10 years earlier. Pretty sure the Mr T Experience intentionally lifted bits of "Private Affair" for "Let's Be Together Tonite". so... I guess I'm gonna decide this is a good thing? I can't fault this record for my own embarrassing taste from when I was a kid. The Saints certainly show range within the pop punk zone (the songs vary from fast to medium (I'm so funny)). and it's fun as fuck. Isn't that the point of pop punk, venting via phun distraction?
High points: "Know Your Product" is a fucking banger, a freight train of hornsy punk rock. A little bit of quasi-rapping on track 3, sounds out of place in a good way, like in the demo of Love's "You Set the Scene". Effective inclusion of horns and harmonica cuts the sameness. Should have more horns (all punk should).
Kurt Cobain had this in his top 50 (#19). That's quite generous, but this is a good one. The kind of record that can supplant listening to 84 inferior albums, a near-essential in a genre with very few essentials. 3.5+
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>>74488099
ps lol they put arya stark on the cover
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Real round three hours in here
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>>74488354
Did I already suggest an album from there? I feel like my memory is going.
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>>74488666
Not since butthole surfers, I don't think (?) did you rec one yesterday?
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>>74488695
Nope, should I put forward another? Sorry if I ignored your chart.
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still need recommendations from s, mark and, and that dumb anon
>>74488713
:0
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>>74488730
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>>74488707
Np it's a slooow one
Yeah gib rec
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>>74488749
Try Murmuure, if only because I'm going to try it in a couple of hours and see what that's about. Hope you have a nice day anon!
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someone come in the listenalong w me after i go for a fag lol
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I'm on air boyes

90.7 wkkl if you're in the area

If you can get it online, that would be nice (I can't seem too)
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>>74489480
>cumblogs
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i can't seem to find out when/how often the listenalongs happen...
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>>74488744
My tape :)

https://mega.nz/#F!YqwVlCxY!1I817qs3qb8XdnT9YvlGnQ

>>74489555
Every weekend
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>>74488730
https://rateyourmusic.com/release/album/jordaan_mason_and_the_horse_museum/divorce_lawyers_i_shaved_my_head/
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>>74489554
goddammit I forgot to inb4
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>>74489600
less than 45 min please
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>>74485417
Sounds like you need to listen to King Krule my friend
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>>74489666
ginger singer confirmed satanic
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>>74489617
https://rateyourmusic.com/release/album/david-thomas-broughton/the-complete-guide-to-insufficiency/

https://rateyourmusic.com/release/album/lord_snow/solitude/

https://rateyourmusic.com/release/album/charlie-mingus/tijuana-moods-2/

idk what you've heard so pick one
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>>74489936
picked solitude nice
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I'm feeling this The Chase track and these Infiniti bangers wew
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hvh8E80ttIA

Are there no Juan Atkins fans in this place?
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Did you see the picture? That's demon.
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>>74488776
Who dis
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>>74489989
wdhmbt
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repeat, for darklands and s

final round guidelines:
tape must be between 1 and 2 hours
cover art must be your favorite work of art
and music must fit one of these themes:
autumn
busy at work
under the influence
optimistic
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>>74490052
Oh, I must have taken my trip off, there we go!
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>>74490121
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>>74490173
Is that SammyClassicSonicFan?
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>>74486311
Got what I expected, Arc with more synths. Really liked Night of the Long Knives, Desire still irritates me, Big Game was a bit forgettable. Good Shot, Good Soldier is growing on me, and Run the Numbers gives me mixed feelings because I'm reminded of some pop star that I can't place my finger on. Never heard Higgs sing like that.

Was happy to hear a breakdown halfway through Put Me Together. Title track is still my favorite, but Ivory Tower is cool too. Felt like New Deep could have been something really interesting, but I'm not surprised that the length was sliced. I feel like White Whale should have impacted me more, but it felt limp and single-minded compared to the mixed feelings of the other album closers.

the album as a whole just isn't sticking to me like the others. there goes that aoty
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>>74490382
No but he looks like demon irl too. Child actor from Persona.
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>>74490404
accel finally sees the light
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>>74490489
i want to go back
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So, being the idiot I am, I did not catch who wanted to be part of the tourney. Reply I'm in, and suggest 2-3 genres.
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Also, I'm super sorry I'm slow with rating my drone chart of you. I will be getting to it.
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>>74490734
Sorry, blapp.
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>>74490696
uhh i'm in

zolo, glitch
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>>74490696
I'm in.
Reggae, Jam band, Funk
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>>74490696
ambient, noise rock, black metal
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>>74490696
wow get it together mane

powerviolence
power electronics
chamber pop
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>>74490696
In

>powerviolence
>outsider house
>noise
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>>74490696
I'm In

EAI
Minimalism
UK Bass
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>>74490696
ypu could just look that up in the old thread, but hey, I want in maybe

pop punk
industrial
post-grunge
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just dropping by to say Milo's new record is AOTY
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>>74490696
I'm in
Italo Disco
Basque folk music
Tatar folk music
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why not start a chart the day before going away again? hopefully making one will push me to listen to different stuff.

the Atkins comp was great but honestly I expected more. he has absolute killer tracks (like The Chase, Wanna Be There, Skyway, Jazz is The Teacher) but he mostly couldn't pull off the electro stuff in the same way Kraftwerk can. I won't return to some of the more annoying vocal tracks (TECHNICOLOR, TECHNICOLOR, TECHNICOLOR) but there are some real gems here.
4/5 (but one of those 4's that's almost a 3 iunno)
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>>74490173
is this young arto lindsay

>>74490696
i'm in it

Free Jazz
Progressive Electronic
No Wave
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>>74490696
shoegaze post-punk slowcore
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>>74490696
Trancecore
Mathcore
j-core
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>>74490696
Sludge Metal
Math Rock
Indietronica
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>>74490971
That's an odd way to spell Sondre Lerche
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>>74490971
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>>74491193
apple core
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>>74484287
Hey maybe you got a rec for me for my 2017 tourney before you leave?
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>>74491400
Nope. Try again.
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>>74491498
my b
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>>74491193
Yo >>74488354
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>>74490404
>I feel like White Whale should have impacted me more, but it felt limp and single-minded compared to the mixed feelings of the other album closers.
Coming from the guy who loves Warm Healer. ebin.

Desire grew on me quite a lot, agree with title track being fav. Night of the Long Knives, Ivory Tower and Good Shot Good Soldier are my other highlights. Disagree with New Deep, it's just a transition like title track on Arc and does its job very well.

And you're probably thinking of Lorde, a friend said the song has a bit that sounds a lot like Buzzcut Season.
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>>74491782
Liturgy
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>>74491920
Which one then
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>>74490971
>overt skyrim reference in the first verse of the album
still great desu
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>>74491873
im tellin ya Warm Healer was powerful because of context

I thought the lyrics were weaker on this album as well, but I guess I'll have to wait until the album's officially out to see. Nothing really comes close to Blast Doors or Happsburg Lipp but then again those are basically rap songs
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>>74492179
Yeah I also missed the fast sung lyrics on this one, the closest we got was the I'M IN MY IVORY IVORY IVORY TOWER I'M IN MY IVORY TOWER bit
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piggle rig :D
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>>74490696
I'm in
Vocal Jazz
Brutal Prog
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>>74490696
new age
drill and bass
folktronica
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Alright here's what you've guys have been assigned for the first round, based off randomization with all of the genres suggested:

Transgod - Post-Grunge
FlyingIceWizard - EAI
Natkingcole - Disco
Denji - Memphis Rap
Herb Kid - Math Rock
Kanzler - Powerviolence
Breadhead - Zolo
Stick - Italo Disco
Accel - No Wave
Trip Up - Trancecore
Letov - Noise
Nyarlathetop - Power Elecronics
Lamb - Progressive Electronic
S - Black Metal
Comet - Minimalism
Good Friend Rod - Tatar Folk Music

Best of luck, gentlemen. :^)
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>>74493453
>Tatar Folk Music
good.
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>>74493453
https://rateyourmusic.com/release/album/drive_like_jehu/yank_crime/
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>>74493483
You can thank Letov for that suggestion ;)
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>>74493453
https://rateyourmusic.com/release/album/luman_seidjalilov/legend_of_crimean_tatar_music/
top rated one on rym sounds pretty coo. hope you like it.
>>74493516
of course.
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>>74493522
>>74493453
WAIT NO DO THIS
https://rateyourmusic.com/release/album/%D1%84%D0%B0%D1%80%D0%B8%D0%B4%D0%B0-%D0%BA%D1%83%D0%B4%D0%B0%D1%88%D0%B5%D0%B2%D0%B0/%D0%BF%D0%BE%D0%B5%D1%82-%D1%84%D0%B0%D1%80%D0%B8%D0%B4%D0%B0-%D0%BA%D1%83%D0%B4%D0%B0%D1%88%D0%B5%D0%B2%D0%B0/
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>>74493453
How was I missed?
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>>74493453
>italo-disco
good
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>>74493453
Charlemagne Palestine - The Apocalypse Will Blossom
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>>74493622
Ah shit, I'm sorry EthyBoy, I don't know how I missed you. You'll have sludge metal.
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>>74493453
Captain Beefheart - Doc At The Radar Station
It isn't ~technically~ zolo on rym, but it's got most of the trademark sound. If that's not good enough for you I'll rec something else.
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>>74493453
i havent heard this album https://rateyourmusic.com/release/album/ut/in_guts_house/
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>>74493665
Yesssss >:)
Eyehategod - Dopesick
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>>74493453
Anna Gardeck- bondage women
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>>74493453
Well I've never heard any italo-disco before but I guess this is my safest bet
https://rateyourmusic.com/release/album/sally_shapiro/disco-romance/

fuck
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>>74493453
>gfr
>Tatar Music
lmao

>s
>Black metal
RIGGED

Anyway here you go
https://rateyourmusic.com/release/album/%D0%BA%D0%BE%D0%BC%D0%BC%D1%83%D0%BD%D0%B8%D0%B7%D0%BC/%D1%81%D0%B0%D1%82%D0%B0%D0%BD%D0%B8%D0%B7%D0%BC/
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>>74493453
https://rateyourmusic.com/release/album/three-6-mafia/mystic-stylez/

I should really listen to this album too at some point.
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>>74493453
wew, tough one
Nails - Unsilent Death
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>>74493453
https://rateyourmusic.com/release/album/%E5%9D%82%E6%9C%AC%E9%BE%8D%E4%B8%80/thousand_knives_of_ryuichi_sakamoto/

if you've heard that one already go with this

https://rateyourmusic.com/release/album/pete_namlook_and_richie_hawtin/from_within/
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>trying to eat carrots while listening Good Time
im fuckigin stupid
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>>74491563
ha ha ha, what a story Axel!
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>>74493453
i have not listened to any trancecore lamoamom
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https://psychology-tools.com/autism-spectrum-quotient/

How does /daily/ score?
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>>74495236
It's official. Shared on Facebook and twitter.
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>>74495236
think they forgot a 0 after the 8
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>>74495236
I usually end up having less
this test doesn't really seem to cover too much apart from plain social stuff and "noticing" things
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>Bodychoke - Cold River Songs
Nice Swans worship. Not as noisy as I expected but I dug the heavy atmosphere. 3.5/5

>Luciano Cilio - Dialoghi del Presente
A beautifully dark and sombre affair. My rating will probably go up since I thoroughly enjoyed it but I don't feel comfortable giving it a higher rating without listening more. 3.5+/5

>The Ornette Coleman Quartet - This Is Our Music
Not great but good enough to make me more interested in hearing Coleman's more well known records. Not sure if it's too restrained in parts, doesn't feel particularly organic or lively. Still decent tho. 3/5
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>>74495236
i'm actually autistic tho
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>>74495236
i think trip up didn't realize the Definitely Disagree option is on the right instead of the left

Also, Good Time is mediocre for OPN. Iggy Pop sounds pretty dopey but I like his feature.
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>>74493453
Steel an' Skin - Reggae Is Here Once Again

if you want something more strictly disco just tell me
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>>74495236
>12/50
inaccurate.
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>>74495236
23 [obligatory joke about it being too low]
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answer?
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>>74496242
i put agree, the way I know shit about bollocks like music genres and football teams is p autistic
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>>74496288
V non-autistic, cool things to know about though. How about trains?
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>>74495597
Shellac - At Action Park
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>>74496322
nah definitely autistic with the football, not so much anymore but i used to know pretty much everything about every player

>>74496411
already heard pal
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>>74496479
Boris - Pink
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This is p. autistic, but scrobbling albums with this many tracks makes me feel a little uncomfortable. I only got a 24 on that test though.

>>74495597
Duster - Stratosphere
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>>74496537
cheers

>>74496697
also just listened to this recently (I liked it a lot)
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>>74496789
Cool, guess I'll go with Valium Aggelein then.
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medium rare satan trips
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>>74497665
smdhn
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lmao look @ him
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>>74497936
qt
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>>74497936
You see that boy on the cover? That is Triple H.

That is the face of Black Metal, the embodiment of the new age, the guardian of the keys to Hvall-Lagard, the lord of the lost village of Yketty Dketty Boop, the one who shall lead us past the dark viking warriors of the forgotten seas, the King of the Hlessabah kingdom, the risen monk of the immortal souls, the chosen one that was once told in prophecies long ago.

The prophecy states that one day a boy shall ride on a golden stallion with his staff on one hand, his blade on the other, and his shield behind him. He rides into the forest of Ysktdzzkhll, purging and freeing the ones covered in black and white. Those freed men shall follow him to the holy city of Gaaaaaaaaa to feel the unbeknownst power and indescribable beauty that he has given to us all.

All hail Triple H, the leader of the Kvlt of Hunt, for he is the one true leader in these darkened days!
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What's up guys? Been pretty busy lately, missed being on /daily/ these last few weeks.

Was gonna spend most of the day listening to hip-hop because of the anniversary but shit got in the way as usual. Oh well

Anyway, here's some stuff I plan on listening to soon. Knowing how terrible I am at finishing charts I won't get all the way through but w/e

Where should I start?
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Get in the plug, m8s.
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>>74499055
Ay welcome back. Ground Zero is great. Never got the LUM hype, myself.
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>>74499157
myself what?
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>>74499055
glad you popped back in!

sunshine has blown and uneven compromise both rock.
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fuck this really grew on me

It's a bit unfocused but there are a few songs on here that are near perfect

please recommend me more like this
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>>74499157
Thanks man. I'm not the biggest LUM fan but I think he does a great job mixing genres and bringing in that Memphis sound. I heard Third Side Tape the other day and thought it was fascinating

Anyway I'll check out Grand Zero soon then!

>>74500124
I will scope those out soon! I'm excited to try more LUM t b h. Glad you encouraged me to stop in again, thanks man
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>>74493453
Will Guthrie - People Pleaser
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>>74500124
do you need a rec
if so i rec:
milo - who told you to think
>>74500712
uh women public strain 10/10
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>>74500891
I'll give it another shot. Thanks.
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>>74501071
for real that's the only thing i've heard that sounds anything like act of tenderness i wish there were more too pal
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>>74500736
missed ya around here mate

>>74500891
>milo - who told you to think
fuck that's a coincidence, i'm 6 tracks into it right now lmao

i'll still count it as yer rec
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>>74501138
if you want a diff rec lmk
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>>74501387
nah s'all good

i'm really liking it
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>Miles Davis - E.S.P.
After the ECM jazz, this album reminds me why Miles and co. are held the highest in regard. The title track is too good.
8

>Morton Feldman - The Early Years
David Tudor is the most prominent player here, but dozens of features for multiple pieces makes this the best introductory album for Feldman yet. There's something to take away from each individual track, attentively listening or not.
7

>Pizza Boy - This is Pizza Boy
Collaborated with Clarence Clarity on a single, has released an album that no one cared about with 10+ producers, each bringing something different. Clearly this guy's shares Clarity's outlook on the internet, with references to things from Will Ferell to Daria Morgendorffer, "lulz" and trolls, spawn camping and Sonic, soundcloud and tumblr. See:
>God ran Dan Harmon through a rap filter, and got me
>Most Anxious Alive, I am top three
>Plug your controller into slot B, you’re a visitor
>Your fetish is when they nigger her; we are not post-race with Blacked.com
Another great instance of album art setting the scene for the album's narrative. Guaranteed that a lot of people will dislike the heavy-handedness of the references (fuck, track 8 uses Donkey Kong Country's water theme), but I think this is a cool counterpart to Clarence. Pretty sad it didn't get much coverage.
7

>Mother Falcon - You Knew
A 20 piece orchestra does indie pop. The lyrics aren't too great, but the arrangements and melodies are consistently enjoyable. Listen if you like Owen Pallett.
7

>Chris - Days of Summer Gone
alright alright i like this symphonic disney movie prog, i fell for the meme
kinda reminded me of Eureka
7

>CCCP Fedeli Alla Linea - Epic Etic Etnica Pathos
For italian alt rock, this is pretty neat for a band's final album. Think hi-fi Letov-core with a dash of 90's rock and punk.
7
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>>74501648
>Brother Ali - Shadows of the Sunn'
Ok production that verges on irritating, for tracks like the title track. I'm sure some people will have issues with the "Why she got a nutsack?" line, but the flow and lyrics here are indeed nutty
7

>Ben Frost - Theory of Machines
There's a great amount of care that went into this, like Ben Frost or not. I don't know how he does it, Tim Hecker rip-off or no, but he manages to make some really compelling dark ambiance. 5 tracks was a good choice for this kind of project. We Love You Michael Gira is a cute track.
7

>Herbie Nichols - Herbie Nichols Trio
The piano here is flatter than I thought it would be, almost sounding like it should be in a different key. In one way, this makes his playing stand out even more, along with Max Roach's titular drumming. In another way, it ends up making the group sound awkward, especially in the first tracks.
6

>Lolina - Live in Paris
AKA Inga Copeland, a collaborater with Dean Blunt and member of Hype Williams. I have no other words to describe this, because this is REALLY strange. I can't quite associate it with anything in terms of style, and the choice of using Monopoly as the basis for the performance's presentation doesn't help.
6

>Claro Intelecto - Reform Club
Not quite as minimal as I was led to believe. Lots of strings and synth pads to fill up spaces normally left open, making this a good starting point for someone not just interested in rhythms alone.
6

>Wookie - Wookie
UK 2-Step that reeks of the 2000's production style (can't quite describe it, it's something I think of when I hear something like Outkast or older hip hop). Still danceable as fuck, try out Battle or Back Up, maybe Joy My Pride for unexpected father-talk.
6
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>>74501665
>Troubleman - First Phase
Alias for Mark Pritchard. Competent house/broken beat, if outdated. Picking up small hints of sounds that appear in Under The Sun is always enjoyable for me in Pritchard's older releases.
6

>Colin Stetson - Sorrow
Gorecki's 3rd Symphony with sax, violin, and an electric guitar. Does well to freshen up an originally very sappy piece, and it sounds more like post rock with Stetson going wild behind the cymbals and strings. Hell, you can hear the black metal influences (knowing Colin is a fan of Liturgy) in the drumming behind the thick first movement.
Something to fall asleep to, maybe.
6

>Kenny Wheeler - Angel Song
A quartet for ECM Jazz, no drums to be found. Instead, two string instruments (Dave Holland's double-bass, Bill Frisell's guitar) square off with Lee Konitz's sax and Wheeler's trumpet/flugelhorn. Minimal and accessible.
6

>Alrakis - Alpha Eri
Ah yes
Black metal and space? yes
"Im drifting whoa"
Predictive Chord Progressions
But Yet I Don't Hate It
6

>Robert Hood - Nightime World Vol.1
When I hear "Detroit Techno", I'm forced to imagine its music to be grittier or heavier. I'm not sure I would assign that description to this album, but it's definitely got some good tracks going.
6

>Rhys Fulber - Realism
Four long-ish tracks with industrial and EBM pulls on them.
5

>Chapelier Fou - 613
Their album Kalia outdoes this in consistency. Their sound works better in mini-album format, the pairing of actual strings with slightly archaic electronics.
5

>Ulan Bator - Ego:Echo
French post rock, with Michael Gira on backing vocals. Nothing against it, and the French does debilitate my understanding of it (sorry, Gira), but this did nothing interesting.
5
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>>74501680
>Paul Newman - Machine is Not Broken
Perfectly harmless math rock with post rock guitars. Why did I pick so much of this on from my wishlist?
5

>Don Caballero - American Don
The progression on many of these songs are kept under complete control, but there was never any moment that jumped out at me as interesting beyong the playing proficiency. Even less interesting than American Football, which I'm actually warming up to because of this album.
4

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And that's that. Bumped up my Arthur Russell score by one. Huge backlog charts like this will probably have smaller reviews next time, my backlog nearly doubled during all the other stuff I was doing.
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9rUyjQuaH24
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZlbqWoR40lk
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I listened to "a crow looked at me" today. It was crushingly sad and pretty good. I was surprised by how subdued the music was, since I really only know the glow pt. 2. Did /daily/ like this record?
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uimqclgwDls
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>>74501721
i loved it, my AOTY so far.

seemed to get a mixed reaction 'round here though, mainly because of the whole idea that people's actual opinions about the music were conflicted by the context surrounding the album. same thing that happened with blackstar.

i can see where that idea comes from but i just love how simple and emotionally potent it is.

check out phil's other stuff under Mount Eerie. Lost Wisdom and Dawn: Winter Journal are equally as subdued.
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0WIkaN5UPe0
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>>74501925
also don't ever EVER look at the RYM comment box for it

"most overrated album of the decade" screams the RYM poster into a comment box poisoned with other RYM posters posting about how boring it is
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>>74490696
in

emo
indie pop
post-bop
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bNIeIbuKZZc
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xlx7V-BMRVI
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>>74500736
Hey dude >>74488354

>>74491920
Is there another Liturgy on here?
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>>74495058
Ask transgod, he was the one who suggested that genre lol.

Still need albums from Trip Up, s and Transgod
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Yarn - Yarn (1992)
>art pop, avant-folk

An album that's remarkably cute and slight on the surface, with some wonderfully out-there, expansive details lying beyond what's immediately visible. There are vast, expansive worlds in nearly every track here, which is where the album's short length is a bit of a detriment. Only a few tracks are really given proper time to evolve and prosper into something great, the rest seeming more than content to play poppier tunes that fit more with the shorter track lengths. Despite the fact that a longer album would do this band more justice, this is a bracing and oddly comforting listen all the way through.

3.0+

Letov moves on.

Milo - Who Told You to Think??!!?!?!?! (2017)
>abstract hip hop, experimental hip hop, conscious hip hop

I like "So the Flies Don't Come" a bit more, but this is still great on it's own. Milo's overly verbose rapping style is more prominent than it was on his predecessor, and that's not entirely a bad thing. References to Godspeed You! Black Emperor and Pokemon Go are a bit too much, but otherwise many of the nerdy references come very naturally, despite how much they contrast to the otherwise politically charged nature of the lyrics. The production here is soft and deliberate, indebted to the stylings of cloud rap with it's own certain jazzy flair. The harder and faster paced the beats get, the better, but that's not to say the cloudy stuff isn't any good. They've got their own lethargic charm to them, and they match Milo's delivery perfectly. Another hit from one of the most exciting rappers working.

3.0
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>>74502884
Any restrictions?
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The Album Leaf - In a Safe Place (2004)
>post-rock

If you've heard one third wave post-rock album, you've heard them all. This iteration of the genre completely throws out the inventive soundscaping of first-wave bands such as Disco Inferno, Talk Talk, and Bark Psychosis, turning one of the most deliberate, introverted genres around into a crescendo-based pissing contest. This can often lead to some decently pretty music, like what's on display here, but it's pretty music with absolutely no depth to it. Beyond some admittedly decent moments with inventive percussion, floaty, aimless ambient takes up this album's runtime, and there's nothing more to it. At least it's better than Explosions in the Sky, but that's mainly because it's cuter.

2.0
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>>74502911
nope
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>>74502959
https://rateyourmusic.com/release/unauth/jim-orourke/fast-car-live-in-japan-9_16_2002/
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>>74502996
much obliged

want me to do that or the whole set?
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>>74502884
This review could be for the Motifs- cross paths, so naturally I really want to hear this yarn record now
But I didn't advance, so naturally I'm gonna say this was rigged and I'm deleting my whole computer off the internet and wearing earplugs for the rest of my life
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I am in shock by how amazing this is. Usually Serbian trad comes along with tons of cheese in its instrumentation but this is so heart-felt.

9+/10


I'm sick as a dog
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>>74503332
i think you'd really like it, seems right up your alley.

and man that's just proper tourney losing etiquette

>>74503431
looks very nice. can't say i've heard any slavic trad but those noise/industrial tags on RYM are intriguing
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>>74503478
>i think you'd really like it, seems right up your alley
Is it streaming anywhere? YouTube offered a shpongle-style band
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>>74503552
its on bandcamp

https://derbastler.bandcamp.com/album/yarn-lp-1992
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I only like the second track on here, do they have anything else in their discography that sounds like it?
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>>74484191
Correct me if I'm wrong here but I've just noticed how every modern post-punk album seems to have one of its most popular tracks as the second; I mean there's Obstacle 1, Helicopter, Borrowed Time, Today More Than Any Other Day and so on. Perhaps I'm clutching at straws here so feel free to correct me though it sort of occurred to me really.
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the new OPN is sooooo bad lmao
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>>74492174
wouldn't have expected anything different desu
i love the GY!BE namedrop tho.
Kenny's production has really improved, this album sounds fresh and crispy as fuck.
>>74502884
yee
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>>74495058
You heard attack attack
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>>74502368
Hurt - vol. 2
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>>74505211
that is true
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damn ofc everyone decides to do a new tourney while im gone for a few days
any i can still join
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>Richard Dawson - The Magic Bridge
listened to this alone in a cabin at night while i was away, and it fit my mood perfectly. the guitar work on this album is absolutely excellent, and dawson's delivery and lyrics are just heart-wrenching. this is honestly 10x better than peasant, and ill gladly be revisiting this often.
4.0-
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>>74507346
fuk
also whats up with neverendingchartrendering is it broke?
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>>74507305
you can give me a rec since you're through in mine
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>>74507377
oh sweet
ill go with bugskull on this one
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What's some mowing the lawn music?

Do not screw this up for me.
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>>74488730
https://rateyourmusic.com/release/album/art-blakey-and-the-jazz-messengers/free-for-all/
>>74493453
https://rateyourmusic.com/release/album/peste_noire/ballade_cuntre_lo_anemi_francor/
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>>74508253
rec me 2
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>>74508248
i have never listened to music while mowing the lawn, i guess something loud so you can deafen yourself over the sound of the lawnmower
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>>74508391
https://rateyourmusic.com/release/album/hilary_hahn_hauschka/silfra/
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>>74508432
That was my thought process too. Put on Electric Wizard - Come My Fanatics
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>>74504396
listen to les rallizes denudes instead
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>>74495597
lust for youth when
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>>74508580
lrd sounds nothing like the second track of that album lmao
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What /daily/ think should i hear next from my recently added?

Recommend me something!
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>>74509079
Ten Stories is amazing, but don't expect a post-hardcore album.
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>>74507360
all my charts seem to have been deleted

>>74508248
I listened to black metal while mowing the lawn before

>>74509079
satie is beautiful, check that out

speed yr trip and tiger trap are cool too
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>>74509110
Crossed my mind. Mowing the lawn or working out are about the only times I reach for black metal
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i have several questions about pic related, im planning on listening to it tonight.
are the effects real? are they intense? what are they like? can i listen while playing games like i normally do?
im still kind of scared to listen lol
>>74509079
satie and minutemen are keepers, brainticket is a lil shitty
>>74509110
yeah thats what happened to me, and i had my next chart planned on there too :/
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>>74509049
parts of '77 Live totally sound like parts of that GGGGG song, with the clipped to hell recordings and shit
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>>74509232
sure, but theres tons of noise rock with clipped to hell recordings. i havent heard a LRD song that really matches the emotion showed in that gero song.
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>>74509213
listen to it in a dark room with good headphones on. For me it tells a thousand stories at once if you know how to listen to it.
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what happened?
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>>74509250
The ggggg song honestly sounds like some blackgaze or atmo bm shit to me, just rawer. Although I don't know any bands that play stuff like that with that amount of bass and no blast beats or screeching.
The tremolo part towards the end especially.
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>>74509138
a blaze in the northern sky fits the mood perfectly

>>74509213
>i had my next chart planned on there too
i had a 64 album chart on there that is now lost to time

FUCK i hope they come back
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>>74509633
yeah i totally agree with the atmospheric bm comparison
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can finally post chart of my week

First row is post-minimalism, second is releases I didn't like, the rest is more bleep and minimal stuff
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>>74503016
whole set

>>74509342
it will NEVER lunch
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>>74510119
>DRAFT
>Piper Spray
>Moonhead
>Midnight Murder
NICE
please forgive the garbage reviews in my orange milk list. need to go though and fix those soon.
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>>74502308
Oh man I made it? I can rec anything on the chart then?
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>>74488354
lemme cop that bcd-2
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>>74510256
Piper spray stood out to me because of the way it used David Garland's I Am With You, on the 6th track, both the sample source's album and this are underrated. Draft really surprised me, thought it would be a Reich clone at first but it was much more progressive.
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>>74509213
The effects aren't really that big, but can be a bit disorienting in a cool way. Through speakers it doesn't work, but like the anon said, try it in a dark room with good headphones. It's pretty nice
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alright i should probably revisit that death grips score, it's been a year

======================

>Slint - Spiderland
I turned this up real loud to listen to, so I could actually make out the words. And it worked, once I finally got to Don, Aman. And Washer. Not For Dinner, but the title gets me curious about a connection to Nosferatu Man.

Good Morning Captain is what you would call a "perfect finish" to a compact collection of songs. holy god is it a good finisher, because--big surprise--there's a narrative being delivered directly.
7/10

>Captain Beefheart - Trout Mask Replica
Hair Pie: Bake 1 really resonated with me, with its recorded conversation between Beefheart and two kids. I wonder just what was going through those kid's minds, as the band jams in its own way alongside Zappa. My biggest surprise was that I wasn't irritated by any song until near the end of the hour and 10 minutes. It's that, along with the take on Pena, that makes this album feel very human. Throw in a ton of memorable lines, and hidden melodies, and this album stands way ahead of its time. I think I actually prefer this to Zappa.
7/10

>My Bloody Valentine - Loveless
Was gonna give this a big MEH, but I didn't expect the later tracks to be light in comparison to the first. Unexpectedly enjoyable melodies, though not as heavy as I'd like it.
6

>Neutral Milk Hotel - In The Aeroplane Over The Sea
Magnum's singing voice is really clear, and he's always reaching for that one peaking note instead of staying comfortable in the chorus. The louder lo-fi tracks like Ghost and Holland are placed really well, and the backing arrangements outdo a lot of other chamber pop I've heard in terms of impact. Comfy and loud, a great listen overall. Worth its meme status.
8/10
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>>74510528
yeah need to look into 333 more. i've ignored him for too long.
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some grind/pv/crust/noisecore I've been planning on listening to, condensed into a little chart

what güd
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>>74510979
instruments disorder, today is the day and teenass revolt r fun
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>when the plinkett review you're watching starts playing music you recognized from being sampled on since i left you
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>>74510979
gay gay gay is good. not sure on the rest. need to get into the genre.
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>>74510445
yup
>>74510487
yo
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>>74511097
Okay sweet. Then I'll rec Andrew Hill - Point of Departure if it isn't taken already
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man the world fucking sucks

>>74510979
today is the day is a fav but idk if it's for you

Pig Destroyer is good and Magrudergrind is whatev

>>74511073
i felt this feel
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>>74511217
i only started watching the plinkett reviews recently. been a good experience.
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>>74511217
oh yeah i also forgot race wars are happening.
eh.
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well neverendingchartrendering destroying all my charts gives me a good excuse to re-plan out my next one. i just need 7 more recs for my bottom row
https://rateyourmusic.com/collection/Blapp/wishlist
>>74511217
tell me about it. too much crazy shit going on for me, man
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>>74511189
rec for my tourn pls dude

>>74511217
why do you say that?
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>>74511292
Знaєш як, poзкaжи
Make sure to listen to the HD rip
https://deltashock.bandcamp.com/album/-
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>>74511189
You got it
>>74511217
What's on your mind?
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>>74511292
yeah i'm salty how many charts i have to re-do, but it was getting too far ahead anyway.
lots of good stuff on that chart.
https://rateyourmusic.com/release/album/cool-quartet-with-lina-nyberg-featuring-eric-la-casa/dancing-in-tomelilla-1/
https://rateyourmusic.com/release/ep/_unknown-artist/drone-1-casio/
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>>74511344
ive heard dancing in tomelilla!
it's one of my favorite recent discoveries. that part where she finally finishes her song and the crowd goes wild makes me smile every time.
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>>74511389
it's my favorite release from what is possibly my current favorite label. real amazing stuff.
my other rec is kinda risky drone stuff, so take this instead.
https://rateyourmusic.com/release/album/blacksheep/blacksheep/
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>>74511292
Actress - rip
Autopsy - mental funeral
Cryptopsy - none so vile
Expressway yo-yo dieting - undone harmony following
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>exported all my charts beforehand
>saved copies of charts I already planned to do, have 5 extra
>everybody else lost charts
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>>74511475
i had a few saved. i'm set for at least the rest of the year.
pic related is the furthest i have ahead outside of the christmas special.
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Jim O'Rourke's fast car is probably gonna be a 10 soon. I know everyone here talks about this guy to death but he's legitimately one of the most prolific musicians of the past few decades so it's impossible not to. Need to sink my teeth into more of his stuff.

>>74511258
hell yeh

you seen much of BOTW? Very few mediocre ones and Wheel of the Worst is usually the best stuff

>>74511266
no matter what side you're on can we agree that an adult man using a cartoon frog meme from 10 years ago and calling themselves a "professional troll" irl is the cringiest shit ever? Shit is a million miles retarded and I will never understand it.

like, imagine if Antifa or BLM used numa numa or some shit

when race war finally breaks out full force I'm putting my money on the gypsies they have some good things going for them rn

>>74511292
good pics I need to have a Don Cherry sesh vry soon

idk just american political discourse has me depressed. The fact that democrats are probably gonna repeat the same mistake with a Hillary 2.0 has me so disinterested with them

idk if anyone here even cares I just felt like venting. Not tryna start any arguments here I'm just really depressed today.

>>74511296
>>74511328
see above line
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>>74511518
just curious, what made you decide to do the 3 melvins flower albums
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>>74511532
I'm putting my money on the Mongolians, you can't rule the world for so long and then become suddenly irrelevant. They must be up to something.
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>>74511578
true true. my bet is mongols hid underground and gained forbidden elder knowledge from ground-dwellers who understand our planet more than we could possibly hope to and became disinterested in above-cruster affairs.

The surface-dwelling race is limited. Bouta be supremely cuccked by molegolians
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>>74511465
No one on /daily/ appreciates the classics!
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>>74511532
i feel ya. not sure what else to say about it. wholly depressing i guess.

you still in Eug?
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On the top of the Mongols, this is worth checking out
https://rateyourmusic.com/release/album/namdziliin-norovbanzad/mongolian-songs/
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>>74511532
I LIKE THAT 10.
tell me if you need some help breakin into his deep cuts.
i started out on red letter media with BOTW.
the giraffe's night out in manhattan bit made me cry with laughter. it's so good.
>like, imagine if Antifa or BLM used numa numa or some shit
that'd be pretty hilarious honestly.
i'm kinda numb to political stuff because i'm in an extremely liberal household and i've grown a strong distaste for extremists on both sides. however, i'm far enough away from anybody who actually avidly supports trump who isn't treated like a huge cunt for there to be a kind of novelty to how fucked it is. the exact opposite applies to hardcore liberal groups for similar reasons.
i think pan pizza explained in one of his videos how references take on 3 forms as they age. the first stage is when they reference something current. the second is when the reference is to something relevant a short time ago, leaving kind of a bad taste in your mouth. the third is when it becomes so old that the novelty is refreshed, which is why it cyclically becomes cool to worship some random older decade every 10 years (we're mid 80s worship rn).
so the experience i have of me being a tween radlib fuckboy trying to become a mod on know your meme.com even though i didn't know how to make an account are still to fresh in my mind for it to be funny outside of a cringe value.
and since my current school got an A+ ranking in diversity by the board or new jersey (not joking), i don't have much reason to care at all.
>>74511563
my parents listen to them a lot. i like what i've heard of em and i need to get more into melvins in general. the best concert i've ever been to was a melvins concert back in 2013.
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>>74511292
Since you liked NSB I suggest you try grouper for more dreamy stuff.
Timeghoul's great btw.
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>>74511532
we're not quite as divided here but the uncertainty of brexit fills me with the same kind of worries

at least nuclear holocaust will wash these worries away soon right?
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>>74511756
Melvins are a great band, and the Maggot and the Bootlicker are solid from what I remember. Have you heard any of their other albums?
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>>74511532
Resist becoming radicalized. Dumb Trump supporters and dumb libs aren't your enemy. Be reasonable. That's the real battle line as far as I'm concerned.
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I liked this.

What's some more good Korean mjsic
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last politics post I swear sorry for postan. I just needed an escape which is usually filled by discovering new music but I haven't been feeling it as much lately.

Maybe I should get addicted to drugs or something any recs?

>>74511669
moved back to midwest actually. Eug was cool but I like being closer to home.

>>74511756
you and nat should colab on a Jim O'Rourke essentials chart. Shit would be niceeee

I'm kind of the exact opossite growing up experience in an entirely devout Catholic republican god-fearing lineage. I went to Catholic school for 13 years (I think there was one entire non-white guy in my school from kindergarten to 8th grade lmao) so I guess I'm kind of numb to far right discourse as well. I can't remember a single non-Catholic person I was even acquainted of before high school. Flyover states are weird. Very different backgrounds to come to a very similar conclusion interestingly enough.

>>74511855
how tf is brexit even supposed to go down when everyone who supported it all disappeared into oblivion immediately afterwards.

This trend of "let's vote on it to prove a point and not because we think we'll win" in the past few years is really biting the western world in the ass rn

Please kim jong with your grace please nuke my shitty unimportant midwest town and purge me from this earth

>>74512086
fair enough. Luv u ethy<333
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>>74512194
alcoholism has done wonders for me
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>>74512194
You could go the /g/ route and spend all your money on keyboards, audiophile gear and thinkpads.

Or the /k/ route, where you buy commie guns and hang out in the woods all day.
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>>74511465
sry just saw this good post
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Probably gonna try to wrap this up over the weekend. Didn't update until now because I have nothing to say about these albums.

Kuuchuu Camp: 3.5+
Graduation: 2.5+
NLDW: 2.5 (I kind of liked Whammy though)
Orange: 4.0-

I'm listening to that Fushitsusha album right now and it's nothing like I expected.
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>>74512239
normie as fuck

>>74512311
the former is tempting,,, but the later sounds like a hunting accident waiting to happen lmao

>>74512546
>orange one of the highest rated albums there
yes

such a slept on album. I probably listen to it more than Long Season now
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>>74510979
Dead In The Dirt is amazing
His Hero Is Gone is great
Full Of Hell really good
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dont bother trying with neverendingchartrendering, its just totally fucked rn
thanks for the recs guys, whats good on here
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>>74513567
arca
whats 1 and 2?
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>>74513567
ooo OOOO

Don Cherry gives me big big boners

Narkopop ain't bad same w/ SotL

Mother 2/EB is one of my favs for vidya OSTs but I'm curious to see how you'll respond

not huge on grouper but ambient pop isn't my thing so who knows
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>>74512194
>you and nat should colab on a Jim O'Rourke essentials chart
i'm down

and if i may throw my hat into the politics posting ring. my immediate family is definitely liberal, but i have close relatives that are certainly quite right wing, and pretty much never shut up about it (most recently it's been my grandparents warning me to stay away from all the boogeymen professors at my incredibly liberal college)

so i'm simultaneously numb to right-wing discourse and it also makes me wanna shoot myself whenever i hear it
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>>74513567
stars of the lid and ju sei are cool

im glad blacksheep is becoming daily core, more people should hear that album
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>>74513567
curious to see your thoughts on knee-deep in the north sea. it's really nice but it's definitely a bit easy-listening at times.
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>>74513648
that aint narkopop, thats nah und fern
im going hard with gas
>>74513627
1 is this https://rateyourmusic.com/release/album/%EB%B0%95%EB%AF%BC%ED%9D%AC/%EC%93%B8%EC%93%B8%EC%93%B8-lllonely/
2 is this https://rateyourmusic.com/release/album/ahnnu/perception/
>>74513697
the cover just looks cozy as fuck so im excited
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Hey /blog/, listening to F A ∞ at the beach
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>>74513858
they don't sleep anymore on the beach
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>>74513858
Oops, meant F(shart)A(fart)∞
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>>74513858
wtf stop
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>>74513567
>lovesliescrushing
hm
>>74513896
best have sunglasses on to fit the mood
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Ugh what a shite day. Just discovered https://www.paradiso.nl/nl/landing/indiestad/721/indiestad/604/ though which I'll probably buy. 25 euros for a concert each week. might buy just for everything everything, like it a lot.
And I still need to go manage my backlog and make myself a chart.
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>>74513964
I thought you'd look older tbqh
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>>74514041
That's old. This is me now.
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>>74513964
Is that the kid from Persona?
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>>74514083
demon, yeah
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>>74514094
I don't appreciate this kind of behaviour.
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>>74514070
Wait, really? Cause that's totally you :{}
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>>74514189
have you considered the meme potential in this btw?
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>>74514218
Everyone here saw my autism spectrum test results yesterday.
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>>74514250
Have you considered the meme potential in SHUTTING THE HELL UP????
Jk you're alright, it's cool.
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>>74514290
I see it everytime I open up the thread :v
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>>74514340
is this swans
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>>74514358
Yeah. "helpless child" I think it's called
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>>74514026
This'll be on soon, I like it. A bit of whiplash from the first travk to the next but both have their own merits
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everything left in the top 4 rows is noisy
>Dolly Mixture - Demonstration Tapes
nice, but gets boring and formulaic for me quickly. dont have much else to say.
2.5+
>Maleem Mahmoud Ghania - محمُود ڭِينيَا
first time trying a gnawa album, and its pretty alright! i like how groovy the whole thing is, and ghania's vocals on here are really sharp. its pretty enjoyable.
3.0
>Autechre - Confield
its so easy to get lost in those complex rhythms and aquatic synths
3.5-
>Long Fin Killie - Houdini
like everyone else says, its basically xiu xiu before they were a band. although, i think xiu xiu are a lot more daring and experimental than these guys.
3.5-
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>The Locust - Plague Soundscapes
So much more technical and dynamic than any other noisecore I've heard. This mostly works in the bands' favor because it allows for a varied and quite fun listen. The weird electronics add a lot to the short bursts of audio assault.
7

>Napalm Death - From Enslavement to Obliteration
Slightly better than Scum but overall I'm not a big fan of this primitive-style grind, even if it's coming from the fathers of the genre themselves. It's okay but forgettable at the end of the day
5

>Tragedy - Vengeance
Whenever they focus on their more straightforward crust punk sound this thing kills, but many times throughout this record their sound strays into (bad) melo-death territory and it left a sour taste in my mouth
5
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>>74511296
Hmm have you heard Pharoah Sanders - Dumb, Deaf, Blind?
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If I do this do I have to review an album a day, or can I just listen to one a day and drop the reviews here like once a week
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>>74516151
nah not yet, good rec!

>>74516479
just post whenever you can, daily is merely a name at this stage
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https://slowmagic.bandcamp.com/album/--2
I know chillwave is dead but this is a cool little poppy album. Kinda like Washed Out meets STRFKR, even if the vocals are barely there. Thanks to whoever recc'd this in the thread with Lemon Jelly as the OP image

>>74516479
Contribute whenever you feel like it. You can recc a single album or do reviews like the above post, doesn't matter
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>>74516656
forgot the cover art, it's kinda cliche but fitting
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>>74516753
someone should do a beach-core chart
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medium rare pickle ricks
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check'em
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btw nyar i'll have the playlist up tomorrow
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>>74518307
hahah im so funny xd
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