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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/: >>74484191
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Is black metal the single greatest metal genre
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SELL YR SOUL FOR ROCKS AND STONES
MONEY IT CAN KILL YA
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melancholia is a lot better than antichrist. this gives me false hope for nymphomaniac.

>>74511885 (stick)
yeah i heard houdini a long time ago, and a senile animal is one of my favorite metal albums.
and again, my parents love em, so i've probably heard most of their discography in the back seat of my dad's car.
>>74512194 (fish)
>you and nat should colab on a Jim O'Rourke essentials chart. Shit would be niceeee
OOH GOOD CALL
yeah i can feel ya there. it just grows tiresome. what state are you from?
>>74513653 (nat)
ok this is good news. remind me when i get 100% caught up on o'rourke (should prolly be a month or two)
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it's everyday bro with the disney channel flow
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>>74518509
>melancholia is a lot better than antichrist. this gives me false hope for nymphomaniac.
yh it is. Nymphomaniac is more like Antichrist. I'd try Dogville/Dancer in the Dark/The Idiots first. People like Breaking the Waves but I thought it was just a worse version of Dancer in the Dark.
Melancholia is hte only one I find really good though, I fucking love Kirsten Dunst.
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>>74518628
I done dis
I feel Janacek and Stara might go up and maybe Vivaldi but idk
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0ZNZZf0kf6s
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also, topsters.net has been working great for quite some time now, so you guys should probably start using that again :)
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I'm starting to enjoy corny ass folk pop
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>>74518628
Dancer in the Dark looks nice.
The cgi was also surprisingly good for a movie from 6 years ago.
>>74518676
>songmy a 3
i should give that another listen.
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backlog (next)
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>>74518676
That's pretty cool :)
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>>74518692
the low quality of the collages from topsters1 gives me migraine
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>>74518676
I didn't know that David Lynch worked with the New York Philharmonic
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>>74518710
Me too maybe, but I feel I'd rather listen to Freddie doing more regular stuff like I did when I listened to it.
>>74518769
ebic
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>>74518750
you can up the quality using the 'size' slider though
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10 entrant song tourney, while I clean out some charts.

Winner gets a 16 album drone. No runner up prizes.

>>74518750
this.
>>74518694
like what?
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>>74518812
oh shit i forgot restrictions:

Nothing longer than 5 minutes. Any genre for now
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>>74518812
This sort of thing:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YjyI0cFumT0

Listen to this:
https://rateyourmusic.com/release/single/yarn/pine-tree/
https://derbastler.bandcamp.com/track/yarn-pine-tree-single-1992-previously-unreleased
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>>74518780
i like his weirder stuff more, but i get ya.
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>>74518812
https://youtu.be/foLzP3qQoSY
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>>74518812
https://soundcloud.com/orangemilk/julien-memory-interface
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>>74518534
>disney channel flow
MF DOOM?

>>74518509
From IA. Literally nothing happens here except neoliberals who live in Des Moines and hicks who live in a town with twelve people sometimes get into funny fights in the sculpture garden downtown on the weekends.
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>>74518932
if ya lookin for strange stuff maybe this
https://rateyourmusic.com/release/album/esbjorn_svensson_trio/leucocyte/
not much like songmy though I guess
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>>74518953
that sounds pretty chill outside of the catholic school shit.
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>>74519003
good place to grow up, shitty place to live

they call us flyover states for a reason

I wanna move to New Mexico someday idek why
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>>74519000
nah i like weird jazz. thanks.
>>74519036
i wanna live in the rust belt and become a janator or some shit. it is so hard to breathe in new jersey.
actually new mexico sounds pretty cool outside of the lack of dinosaur bbq.
i want to form some big art place people can just kinda live in if they want to, like that thing emerson did except not shitty.
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>>74518812
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fzzw5fNAumw
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>>74518812
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eGm7M5PQAmQ
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>>74519036
Cedar Rapids? Lol
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>>74519036
Are there good places to hike and fish at least or is it one of those endless corn kind of places?
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>>74518676
Literally criminal score for the motifs btw
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>>74518812
Milton nascimento & lo borges- tudo que voce podia ser
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shit opinions incoming. looking forward to finishing this tomorrow.

>不失者 - 1st
I was expecting this whole thing to be like なったんじゃない, so I'm glad it wasn't. But now I'm just confused because the rest just sounds like a mix of post-rock and slowcore/emocore to me. That's cool though given that this came out in 1989, I guess. I probably don't "get" it, but I did enjoy what I heard.
3.5-

>Suicide - Suicide
Clearly this is pretty interesting, but it doesn't actually interest me. I find the vocals in particular to be annoying, so clearly this isn't my taste. At least it's short.
2.5

>Jim O'Rourke - Eureka
I need to listen to this again, but I thought it was nice.
3.5

>Good Morning Good Night
All I can say is I'm glad that Rod's listenalong album was my first exposure to onkyo and not this. The length and sparseness are just too much for me.
1.0-

>The Velvet Underground & Nico - Andy Warhol
Similar thoughts as Suicide. I think this is less interesting than Suicide was, but it's more traditionally appealing. I can believe that this is a grower, but I'm impatient so maybe I'll get to a relisten in the distant future.
3.0
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>>74519683
>I find the vocals in particular to be annoying
WRONG
glad you enjoyed eureka at least. anything negative to say about it?
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>>74519683
(ALSO I CAN SLIDE YA SOME MORE ONKYO RECS IF YE'D LIKE)
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>>74519764
mm i want in on these onkyo recs
ive been digging it lately
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>>74519779
what've u heard so far that you've liked?
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>>74519683
>I find the vocals in particular to be annoying, so clearly this isn't my taste
have you ever listened to King Krule
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>>74519798
quartet is really good, i think thats my most played onkyo album. i dig teatro assente and gmgn altho i dont listen to them often. live in saritote was rly nice too.
ive heard all the memes basically
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>>74518812
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dOIDUwjWzl8
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>>74519736
I might have to take that comment back b/c it seems like Girls and Frankie's non-vocals just made a "strong impression." I got nothing to say about Eureka beyond it being pleasant because I wasn't paying full attention.

>>74519764
Sure, especially if you got anything less sparse.
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>>74519779
>onkyo
Someone sell this genre to me like I'm someone who doesn't enjoy hearing tests

>>74519865
this really activated my almonds
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>>74519875
disc 2 of Jürg Frey / Radu Malfatti - II is really solid stuff that expands on the use of background noise in quartet.
秋山徹次 - Route 13 to the Gates of Hell: Live in Tokyo blends blues rock with lowercase if you want more like the guitar stuff in Assente.
Michael Pisaro - Tombstone is a "poppier" lowercase record, using a lot more elements of choral music and modern classical. Julia Holter is also on it, which is always a plus.
other good goods:
Bernhard Günter - Un peu de neige salie is more or less the first lowercase record, so that's not a bad pick.
Nikos Veliotis & Klaus Filip - Slugabed is a whole album like track 2 of quartet.
Keith Rowe & John Tilbury - Duos for Doris is a must listen if you haven't already heard it. not really onkyo, but it uses similar techniques and is amazing.

if you want more after that, ask me.

>>74519955
if you want more pleasant, go for Bad Timing.
some less sparse material (outside of the stuff listed above that i said wasn't sparce):
Cool Quartet with Lina Nyberg featuring Éric La Casa - Dancing in Tomelilla
Taku Unami / Takahiro Kawaguchi - Teatro Assente
杉本拓と佳村萠 - さりとて2 (Saritote II)
Bject - Bject
Kevin Drumm - Second
Durán Vázquez - Computador, Plug-ins & 2600
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>>74519960
well, would you rather have yr ears destroyed by noise or caressed by gentle nothingness?
idrk how to explain it, but i think im just growing out of noise. most of the time now i just want something more gentle and atmospheric, and most onkyo really fits that deal for me
>>74520103
duos for doris is a 10/10 record for me, the other recs look great thank you
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>>74520175
welcome. hope this helps.
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>>74519960
i can't enjoy listening to some bloke who sounds like he needs to get clocked in the face

>>74520103
Saving all of this, good lord
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>>74520200
>i can't enjoy listening to some bloke who sounds like he needs to get clocked in the face
I hate hearing my own voice, too
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Alright I just need a rec from Trip Up. A warning also that I'll be very busy for the upcoming week with moving into my dorm and other things regarding college, so things will be slow.
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>>74520200
<3
>>74520271
nice lineup.
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>>74520271
This is such a weird tourney, I love it
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>>74520103
nice, I'll have to remember these.

>>74520271
getting trancecore is basically an automatic loss anyways lmao
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>>74520267
GOOD post.
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>>74520406
good post
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>>74520402
Gottem
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>>74520453
"good"
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>>74520453
good owl
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Winners' Bracket:

Letov - Tim Buckley - Live At Troubadour 1969
4.0-

Mark And - The Tallis Scholars/Peter Philips - Spem in Alium
Very nice. 'Spem in Alium' is the standout piece, and the other short ones are pretty good as well. Less enthusiastic about 'Gaude Gloriosa Dei Mater.'
3.5+

Tuco - Menomena - I Am The Fun Blame Monster
The drums are unbearable, cymbal and hi-hat hits constantly with comparitively relaxed melody and rhythm sections, and it's way too loud. The rest of the music is alright, even if it is unoriginal at times.
The singer is kinda shit as well, with little character except for the voice cracks. Last track was pretty good except for the atrocious singing.
2.5

Nyarlathotep - Smoke - Another Reason To Fast
Not the best thing I've ever heard, but better than I anticipated. There are some good points to nearly every song. The dirgy parts when the whole bands plays are good.
3.0+

Losers' Bracket:

Borzoi - Ulver - Bergtatt
The riff writing is good if pretty repetitive at times.
3.5+

Nat - Songs:Ohia - Axxess And Ace
Just good.
3.5-

Jimmy Jazz - Young Thug - Barter 6
Anticipated not liking this at all, was pleasantly surprised. But still, all the tracks having such similar beats & flows gets a bit boring.
3.0

FlyingIceWizard - The Raincoats - Odyshape
2.5-

Blapp - Bugskull - Phantasies and Senseitions
While it has some moments, there's this pervasive air of amateurism looming over the album, like if the members of Animal Collective had less talent.
The loops become grating when played for extended periods of time.
2.5

Benji - Negativland - U2
not a fan
2.5-

Darklands - Jesus & Mary Chain - Psychocandy
The Martin Hannet-esque production doesn't particularly work to this albums strengths, I think. I still enjoy it a good deal though. Score could def go up.
3.0+

Accel - Amon Duul II - Yeti
Their more traditional songs are great, their improv and experimentation falters a bit.
3.5-

recs from
Borzoi
Accel
Tuco
Nyar
Darklands
Nat
Letov
Mark And
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>Penguin Cafe Orchestra - Music From the Penguin Cafe
>Chamber Pop
A half-orchestra, half band producing the equivalent of uncomfortably warm milk. It has the unfortunate similarities of commercial music, and its minimalism influences end up hurting more than helping. I guess that Zopf is what I dislike most about the album, a composition spanning 7 of its tracks, but single works like Chartered Flight and The Sound of Someone You Love are much more interesting as pieces of this album.
5/10

>Michael Nyman - Decay Music
>Minimalism, Microtonal(?)
1-100 is piano minimalism in the traditional cinematic sense, played at half the speed it was recorded. Adding the serene and stereotypical chords, you get the image of drops of water trickling off an edge of sorts, falling into a small pool. Perhaps too long, as 27 minutes, most people here will dislike this track for how stupidly simple it is. The mood shift is gradual, but not absent.

Bell Set No. 1 is a big fuck you to instruments used for meditation (gongs, cymbals, chimes). It begins like clockwork, but as the album's title implies, it decays, sorta? It doesn't really "decay" ala Disintegration Tapes.

Third track is 1-100 but with smaller time intervals.
Listen to this for the first track, switch to third if you don't like it.
5-/10

>Harold Budd - The Pavilion of Dreams
>Minimalism, Jazzy Ambient
I may be hypocritical for liking the echoing sax, glockenspiel and electric piano on the first track, given how cheesy the combination should be, but also having dislike for Penguin Cafe. I assume it's preference for atmosphere.

The second track evokes images of Noir, with a harp and opera lead saying "ah". The third steps back with a background choir and the addition of a Celesta and more piano. Very understated.

Juno is the most striking work, beginning and ending in dissonance, with the voices of the Obscure label's musicians (Eno, Bryars, White, and Nyman) audible halfway through.
7/10
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>>74520650
https://rateyourmusic.com/release/album/%E8%8A%B8%E8%83%BD%E5%B1%B1%E5%9F%8E%E7%B5%84/%E6%81%90%E5%B1%B1-osorezan-%E9%8A%85%E4%B9%8B%E5%89%A3%E8%88%9E-do-no-kenbai/
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>>74520650
>The dirgy parts when the whole bands plays are good.
I'VE GOT ROSEMARY IN ONE HAND
AND THE BEDPOST
IN THE OTHER

Glad you liked it
Any restrictions to next round?
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>>74520769
no restrictions (other than make it an album), but no 5 hour compilations would be appreciated
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>>74520650
taking a gamble
https://rateyourmusic.com/release/album/hauschka/what-if/
https://hauschka.bandcamp.com/album/what-if
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Still taking 4 more entrants for song tourney. If more express interest, I'll accept past 10
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=me0mdQSkjFo
might be the best vocal performance I've ever heard on a punk song
>>74521186
Melvins - The Bit
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>>74520781
Dreamend- I ate myself bite by bite
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>>74521186
Torn hawk - streets on fire
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>>74521186
Life - Popular Music
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Good morning /daily/!

Sick day! Chilling in bed listening to tunes. Starting off with Beck's Midnight Vultures.
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dicks calzone
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>>74523016
nice
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>>74522925
I miss when musical abortion shitposting was at its peak
What an odd sentence
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>>74523076
me too. sdc bring it back

I miss the times when you panned everything
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>>74518307
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-yooRXu0KWY
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hahauhahauahgg
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>>74523097
>I miss the times when you panned everything
Maybe I should let daily make me a calendar...
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>>74521186
Enter Shikari - Adieu
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>>74518375
Great doesnt come from grating, esl-kun.
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>>74523985
Oh wait you did the daily chart so you heard it right?
Red Velvet - dumb dumb
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>>74518307
Good-day /daily/, how are you all doing today? Tried the following;

>Ought - More Than Any Other Day. This is a great post-punk album. Quite appreciate Tim Darcy's eclectic vocal style in addition to the guitar layering that in a sense reminds me of DEVO.
>Ought - Sun Coming Down. This is a marginal improvement over their previous release and starts off far stronger with the track Men For Miles, opening with a sharp guitar riff before harking back to familiar territory. The Combo features jangly guitars on top of a laser-precise drum pattern.
>Parquet Courts - Light Up Gold. Its not as great as I was expecting, though it is still pretty good overall, still liked N Dakota.
>The Soft Moon - Deeper. This builds on the atmosphere of the self-titled record whilst emphasizing stronger production as evidenced on the first two tracks "Inward" and "Black" where the volume of the sound layers is toyed with. Vasquez' also fills up the album to a greater capacity with his dark vocals that bring the tracks together in a story-like manner, one that honestly seems like it'd serve as a replacement to the Shadow the Hedgehog soundtrack, and I don't mean that as an insult.
>The Soft Moon - s/t. This is another post-punk artist, this time in the shape of a solo project from the multi-instrumentalist and producer Luis Vasquez, the album manifests itself as a colder take on Trent Reznor's Nine Inch Nails with a stronger shift towards post-punk rather than industrial rock. The atmosphere of this album is thick and edgy, augmented by the sparse gaspy vocals atop dissonant guitar tones and a lower BPM compared to many other post-punk contemporaries.
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rM2WDjWaI4Y

>An accurate view into the mind of Lord Autismo
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>>74520650
Jim O'Rourke - Eureka
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don't forget to eat your listenalong!

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


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

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/
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>>74524899
>[moonrunes]
it just says Best Of
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Well now it's time to come back after the summer
First I'll finish my tourney to get that out of the way, then I'll do listenalongs until I've done em all

>>74524877
This was me btw, forgot my trip
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>>74518812
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b7c6f7nlKaE
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>>74525182
>>74521186
lol just saw this nvm
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>>74525142
How bout here?
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>>74526628
Ulver - Bergtatt !!
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>>74526753
Alrighty

Need recs from jesz, jangle and transgod
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ask for thoughts
rec me films

thanks

>>74520271
good shit:

People Pleaser
Yank Crime
In Gut's House
Thousand Knives
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>>74526826
Just saw yamir snatched the thing. At the heart of winter then.
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>>74526994
thots on admonishing the bishops? tful is one of the best bands. also whats the one with the eyes on the white background?

i rec you the movie Comet In Moominland
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>>74527049
Hoo boy I'm hearin some metal now
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>Rev. Louis Overstreet - An Evening With Rev. Louis Overstreet: His Guitar, His Four Sons, and the Congregation of St. Luke Powerhouse Church of God in Christ
This is some groovy-ass gospel right here. Its repetitive enough to latch its soulful grooves and uplifting messages into yr head and make them stay. Pretty fun.
3.0
>The Cherry Blossoms - The Cherry Blossoms
THIS RIGHT HERE is the shit. This has to be the weirdest folk album I've ever heard, maybe second to Comus. It's like Big Blood but even weirder. In a way, it's folk's answer to Royal Trux and TFUL282. If you don't feel like yr folk is weird enough, or that it needs more kazoos, this is the album for you.
4.0
>The Gerogerigegege - パンクの鬼 Tokyo Anal Dynamite
It's Gerogerigegege doing what they do best: Fuck shit up, count to 4, and make lots of noise. It's not as good as Instruments Disorder, but its still enjoyable.
3.0+
>Sonic Youth - Confusion Is Sex
Way better than I remember it being when I first tried it back in 2015. The Branca influence on this is really clear, they even copy some of his chord structures. But damn it still rocks. The cover of 'I Wanna Be Yr Dog' kicks lots of ass, Kim's vocals are eerie as fuck, and 'She's in a Bad Mood' is just insanity. This might grow above Daydream Nation for me in the future.
3.5+
>スター階段 [Sta-Kaidan] - 京大西部講堂 1983.9.17 LIVE
basic lo-fi japanoise stuff. im not really seeing what some of you guys are seeing in this, its just pretty basic noise to me. maybe im just growing out of it more and more.
2.5+

(1/2)
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>Time Machines
Finally grew the courage to listen to this last night as I was drifting off to sleep, and holy fuck what an experience it was. At one point, I just started laughing out loud uncontrollably for no reason. Another point, I got lost in the drone so much, and when I came back to reality, I looked at my hands and freaked out bc I thought they were wrinkled and old. It was the most surreal experience I've ever had listening to an album. The binaural effects make this album not only more intense at some points, but also more soothing as well. I'm convinced this really is the sound of traveling through time, put onto record. The rating of this would be much higher if it weren't so gimmicky, tho. The drone itself falls in the 3.5 range, the binaural effects bring it up to 4, but if the headphones weren't required, and this album wasn't so specific and situational, it would easily be up there with my favorite drones ever.
4.0-
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>>74518676
wth why didn't u listen to no time to chill
and no time to chill
and No Time To Chill
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>>74527350
demn thats trippy
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>>74518812
me
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IwLSrNu1ppI
:}
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>>74525003
it just says Best Of

in moonrunes
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>>74527414
woops didnt see more people joined below that post
o well mine is a mem anyway
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so this is the power of america...
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>>74527464
wrong board wrong thread, get lost
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>>74527725
no
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has no one made an edit of this yet
all u have to do is change the names a bit and throw a dogwander nose on the art or something
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>>74520650
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Score Update
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>>74528370
Lol...these updates. Can't even tell what you listened to since last time
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>>74528370
love that 9 for dancing in tomelilla
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>>74527350
>it actually worked
Wtf

>>74525234
Nah you're in
Anon entrants are fun
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>>74527396
no time
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>>74528602
If you're still taking entrants:
https://youtu.be/4_iC0MyIykM
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>>74528408
Ewa Braun, Kino. Totalselfhatred, Twilight Peaks, Sex Bomben Auf Engelland, Dancing in Tomelilla
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>>74520271
fact - s/t

i lost anyway arlreayd
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>>74528291
Doug Bob on the electric drums and Snyder Thompson on the guitar percussion :}
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>>74528602
hey i recognise whitie
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>>74529157
aw thx<3
ill admit that im very shit at keeping up with this though
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Jangle, Jesz and theSound
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>>74523985
>>74524220
Haven't heard that enter shikari thing yet
>>74524877
heard it already
>>74528323
Letov already made me listen to that when he won my last tourney
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>>74529498
wait hold the fuck am I retarded? one of those replies wasn't even at me and I forgot my trip
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>>74529498
this one then
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>>74519036
>>74528466
Yo I need ah uhhhh EP or album of less than 40 minutes for my Tourney
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>>74523985
this is more than 5 minutes, have something else?
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>>74529696
might as well try and meme my way to the top
https://rateyourmusic.com/release/album/james-ferraro/live-at-primavera-sound-2012/
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>>74521186
duster - cooking
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redpill me on qwerty
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Boys
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>>74530164
based hipster slayer, destroyer of /gayly/
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>>74530164
RYMer who is fucking stupid
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>>74530164
alright taste in metal
don't take much else seriously
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>>74530164
he has a blog were he rates nudists by how much he would fuck them. he's nearly 50.
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===========
MOVING ON
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s:
>Baby Huey - California Dreamin'
This is something that I would expect to be the first track to an album, but halfway in? It's just a good time

good friend rodriguez:
>Julien - Memory Interface
Orange milk flavored D&B, with no sign of the Amen break-- nah, it's at the end. The metal sample was also cool.

trip up:
>Duster - Cooking
you moody little bitch
good song

stick:
>Torn hawk - streets on fire
He was always better doing outsider house.

whitie:
>King Tutt - You've Got Me Hung Up
I think that, while I liked this song, I wouldn't be able to stand an entire album with just disco.

Letov:
>Yarn - Pine Tree
The dulcimer was a bit too sinewy to be as prominent as it was, but it's a pleasant melody.

EthyBoy:
>The Meters - Cissy Strut
Old-school funk, innocuous.

nyralothotep:
>Milton nascimento & lo borges- tudo que voce podia ser
yeah it ok

Mark And:
>Eggstone - Taramasalata
I'm neutral on the vocals, and I'm not a fan of the disco instrumental, but the chorus is good.

Kanzler:
>Life - Popular Music
pop punk more like plop plunk

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LOSERS
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trans:
>???
disqualified unless they can recc a decent, less than 5 minute song before next round.

lamb:
>Country Teasers - Panty Shots
Was neutral on this. Lyrics are neat, but I never enjoyed straight garage rock.

Breadhead:
>Melvins - The Bit
I feel like this song is half dad rock, half metal. Sorry, I ain't pickin up what you layin down
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>>74530432
RESTRICTIONS: 6 minutes.

Any genre for now, and after this round it'll be genre-specific
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>>74530457
duster - want no light to shine
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>tfw no band will ever be as good as duster
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>>74530457
https://youtu.be/qFWr6hlbcJQ
:D
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>>74530457
Pere Ubu - Non-alignment Pact
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>>74530432
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aFpamPjDD0g
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fuck you hipsters listen to abba
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>>74518509
i will probably never be caught up with all his stuff, but i definitely need to dig deeper into his catalogue.

>>74528291
i'll get back to you in an hour let me work my magic
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>>74530457
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F4pnQ6H918A
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>>74530432
>Melvins are dad rock
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>>74530818
This post needs punctuation.
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>>74526994
how was leviathan?
>>74530432
FUCK YE
love that metal sample so much.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s_iF2Po30Lw
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>the ringer
I can see the Coltrane comparisons to this quartet, they have similar mindset and just as much musicianship and imagination to make the best of it, great acoustic stuff from 1970 a time where recordings like this would only get rarer
>fuckin' death
raw thrasy old school death metal with an extremely angry vocalist and aggressive instrumentation, perfect hateful metal
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>>74529988
>>74524220
I shouldnt phonetourney ig
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how's 2017 going for ya, google? im just mad that i have to use the original topsters like a nerd

give me weird shit
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>>74531429
Juana Molina - halo
Joni void - selfless
Expressway yo-yo dieting - undone harmony following
Eric Copeland - courtesy professionalism respect
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>>74531429
Chors Blor - Knew EP
Mordan Jaikel - Soul Confusion
Exit Sense - Ocarina of Karagarga
God - Final
Shit and Shine - Total Shit!
Mark Templeton - Gentle Heart
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>>74531391
it sucks because I actually liked your first recc
this just sounds like Jessie J's Bang Bang
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>>74531429
>how's 2017 going for ya
eh
haven't gotten around much stuff, got a bunch o shit backlogged for next chart
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>>74531713
>this just sounds like Jessie J's Bang Bang
that can't be a bad thing can it
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>>74531429
>how's 2017 going for ya
New Xiu Xiu and Mount Eeire
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HEy, this is kinda cool

>>74532084
:[
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>>74529439
Boris - Feedbacker
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>>74518307
https://hypergiantsasmr.bandcamp.com/album/we-are-all-just-people-in-our-rooms
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done. feels good man.

>Tortoise - TNT
Cool stuff. I especially like how the vibraphone is used on this album. Also Jetty sounds like IDM which is neat.
4.0-

>Sun Kil Moon - Denji
This is a big meme, but I don't regret naming myself after this album without listening to it first.
3.5-
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ricebeansandegg the batfinks album you recced me is honestly blowing me away

>>74530818
i already do listen to ABBA

take a chance on me is the jam of a lifetime
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>>74533396
>i already do listen to ABBA
told you hipsters listen to abba
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>>74533157
you got it

yo Jangle & Jesz, gib rec pls
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>>74531429
cool year for music, very boring year for my real life
topsters2 is working for me not sure why
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i'm on my brand spanking new laptop without any of my files so apologies for the lack of chart

Mouse on Mars - Iaora Tahiti (1995)
>IDM, ambient techno

One of the cutest IDM albums around. It evokes the same childlike wonder that Boards of Canada gets at so well, completely eschewing the melancholic tendencies so prominent in albums like Music Has the Right to Children. While that album elicits dusty photo album visions of childhood, Iaora Tahiti is much more in the moment, the perfect score to all the fun memories of childhood. It repeats a lot of the same motifs over and over, it's overlong, and it ends with 13 minutes of silence (honestly I'd probably rate this a 3 if it weren't for that). It's got a bunch of very obvious, irritating issues, but it's a cool album nonetheless.

2.5+
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NEU! - NEU! '75 (1975)
>krautrock, experimental rock

I came into this with incredibly high hopes for the "proto-punk" the RYM genre tags promised me, and left it absolutely blown away by the more ambient portions. The a-side is primarily ambient (save for most of "Isi"), and it's absolutely beautiful, blows anything from their debut out of the water. "Isi" is noteworthy for making the generally robotic and emotionless motorik groove incredibly beautiful, and "See Land" and "Leb' Whol" are both purely, utterly beautiful ambient pieces. The b-side (save for "E-Musik", the album's least eventful ambient piece) is where the proto-punk comes in, and while it's good, I find it a bit underwhelming compared to the stunning a-side. "Hero" is the best track on the b-side, a punky thrash that's completely out of place in NEU!'s discography. This same style is continued on "After Eight", the closer, albeit in a less inventive and breakneck manner. Less inventive and experimental than their debut, but definitely more enjoyable.

3.0+

>>74533472
i'd say go to bed qwerty but qwerty seems to really like ABBA
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Roy Haynes - Out of the Afternoon (1962)
>post-bop

Haynes didn't grab me on We Three, and he doesn't grab me on this. This is a bit better than that album because he's got the endlessly inventive Rahsaan Roland Kirk on board, but Haynes' style of jazz is very uneventful and unobtrusive. The group interplay is solid, even though Kirk overshadows pretty much every other musician here. "Fly Me to the Moon" and "Snap Crackle" are both great tracks, the rest does little for me.

2.5
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anyone having an issue downloading their jpg / png chart?
i've downloaded several times and the file is 0bytes large - not sure what's going on?
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>>74533787
What new laptop did you get?
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>>74534480
samsung notebook 7 spin, it's v nice.
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>John Coltrane - Coltrane Live at Birdland
AWESOME post-bop, by far Coltrane's best post-bop album. The timbre of his sax on here is just so good, the drums are undeniable, his playing is excellent, everything is just great about this. I loved it.
4.0-
>Doug Snyder & Bob Thompson - Daily Dance
Objectively, a very impressive album. This is a free improv album made by two dudes who saw bands like MC5 and Velvet Underground live and said "hey, we can do that" and so they did it in their kitchen. This thing is dense and noisy and definitely rocks, but its not totally clicking for me. All of my RYM friends seem to love this, but I thought it was just pretty good. im sure it will grow on me in the near future.
3.0+
>Angelo Badalamenti - Soundtrack From Twin Peaks
Starts out with two absolutely gorgeous pieces, ends with two gorgeous pieces. Everything else in between is alright, but I think it could grow on me with more listens. Very much worth it for the first two songs alone, though.
3.0++
>Eric Copeland - Hermaphrodite
alright as far as sound collage goes. nothing groundbreaking or interesting imo
2.5+
>Juana Molina - Halo
nice atmospheres, i like the playful nature of this.
3.0-
>The Cherry Point - Night of the Bloody Tapes
Harshest noise around. Slap you across the face harsh. I'm falling out of love with noise lately, but this was definitely exceptional.
3.5

and were done! favorites on this chart were:
cherry blossoms
regis
natural snow buildings
schoenberg
get up with it
huntsville
magic bridge
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posting this again since im starting today, what should i start with
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>>74534771
bucketfull ov teef
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>>74534771
orient

leucocyte and alien observer will disappoint
i see a lot of boring japshit youll probably feel mostly indifferent about
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>>74534796
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>>74534771
my recs
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still need song reccs from:

Kanzler
Mark And
nyralothotep
stick
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>>74534086
They made 75 Neu albums?
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>>74534931
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essential emoviolence
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Heyo, anyone wanna join this late? I'll take up to four folks, even if you already got cut. Here are the details:

1) Suggest three albums: two from above the grey box (for rounds 1&2), and another from anywhere on the chart (round 3).

2) If either of your round 1 or 2 albums get below 3.0, you're cut. Otherwise, you're in the running for round 3.

3) Round 3 rules apply normally to everyone: bottom 4 albums get their recommender cut.
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>>74535152
I'm in...but which is the grey box? Looks like people already picked those
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>>74535272
Nice. Pick two from -above- the grey box (the essentials/classics section) and a third from anything unclaimed
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>>74535152
Oops nvm, misread.

James Blake and Spirit of Eden up top. Music Has the Right to Children below
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>>74535152
ill join:
Joanna Newsom - Have One On Me
Husker Du - Zen Arcade
Jeff Mills - Live At the Liquid Room, Tokyo
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>>74535344
>>74535310
we in business
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>>74535424
good thing twin fantasy is like pretty fantasic like wow
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>>74535452
You're not allowed to join the mini-tourney just because you're on track for being Cut.
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>>74535424
Boredoms - Vision Creation Newsun
Fleet Foxes - Fleet Foxes
Gas - Pop

going full pander on the first two so I don't waste my chance desu
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>>74535528
you in
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https://youtu.be/ze3rCzMA1Hc
I met this here...Something raw and with fresh touches...
Good for smoking anyway :v
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Off to a weird but great start on the chart.

[1/2]

Roberto Cacciapaglia - Sei Note in Logica

A very intriguing minimalism release. I can’t say I have the most experience with this genre but like the few other pieces I’ve heard, it relies heavily on repetitive instrumentation and incredibly subtle sonic changes. The piano work on the album is great, just chugging along in the background, pairing nicely with the ensemble of strings. What makes this album work isn’t just these two instruments however. Glitchy electronics pop around in the forefront, adding this bizarre, semi-grating soundscape. Elements come and go at a fairly predictable rate, building and falling away in an almost cyclical fashion. Vocals also appear on the album and surprisingly enough, they seem to be the key to this album’s success. They add just enough to the album’s repetitive atmosphere to keep this from getting stale or uninteresting.

I’m never quite sure *how* much I like minimalism but it’s such an intriguing sound that it kind of just sticks in my head for a while. Don’t think I appreciate this sound as much as others but in a weird way, I’m starting to enjoy how this style manages to feel meditative one day and absolutely frustrating another, depending on my mood or state of mind. I think it works for both and I’m not sure why.

4/5
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>>74536392
[2/2]

Ground Zero - Revolutionary Pekinese Opera Ver.1.28

This album is just an absolute clusterfuck of sounds, samples and ideas throw into a blender and pasted into an album. The overarching theme of the album is a little lost on me - I’ve never heard the original and I’m confused as to why you’d re-do something already so strange and obscure. Regardless, this album manages to sound shockingly engaging. There’s peaceful passages, extended vocal sampling and pounding Zorn-esque free jazz pieces. They’re sequenced in a way that keeps you on your toes and consistently entertained. The opener isn’t as abrasive as the rest of the album and kind of soothes you into the later craziness. “Paraiso - 1” seems to be in the perfect position - a nice little break in the middle of all the chaos. Same with Part 2, which is a lovely breather at the end of such a strange listen.

Not something I can see myself quite loving but it’s an incredibly unique piece of music, one so strange and scattered I can’t really write about it properly. Not quite sure if the score I gave it reflected how much I liked it - but I'll have to come back and retry this soon. Cool stuff regardless.

4/5
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>My Girls begins playing in college dining hall
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>>74534878
Oh sorry I was busy
Einstürzende Neubauten - Let's do it A Dada
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weew
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>>74535517
why am i on track for being cut
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>>74538368
general bad taste
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>>74538447
uhh what did i do to derserverve this
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>>74538458
Public.
Strain.
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>>74538577
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>>74538577
Honestly you're really ignorant for this
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Prurient - Pleasure Ground (2006)
>harsh noise, power electronics

Considering that this is the fourth or so release I've heard from Prurient that I don't care for, I should probably chalk it up that I'm just not a fan of the guy's work. His style of noise is one that doesn't get me at all, it's totally powerless and it drifts far too much. There is a brief foray into lowercase/ambient stylings with "Outdoorsman / Indestructible", but it's so damn quiet that you can't even hear what's going on unless you turn it up an insane amount. And when you turn it up, all that's revealed is a boring spoken word piece. Prurient has always been good at creating atmospheres, I have to give him that, but his albums are always total slogs.

2.0
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>>74538665
:0
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>>74538797
>>74416894
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>>74538846
cant believe someone caught that
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>>74538869
catch THIS
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>>74539152
thanks jim
>>
pure autism music

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vB-PYif7Fek

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7OptP5BPLUE

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DzNVKdqz4sE
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>>74538869
catch this >>74539238
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>>74539238
nicely done twerp
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>>74539256
that's grandpa twerp to you
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>>74534878
I was at work

Napalm death- you suffer
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>>74519655
yo
http://www70.zippyshare.com/v/bXPcHixn/file.html
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one spot left for someone new to join or someone to sneak back in: >>74535152
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>>74540016
Spoiler: The last round is just going to be a bunch of vaporwave, jazz rap and buttmetal
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>>74519385
close-ish

>>74519398
already recced Woman - s/t dingo

>>74519398
A few. I live in a decent-sized city and me and my gf did a cave/waterfall tour of the place. Hands down the thing I love the most about the states is if you hate the geography around you then you can just drive five hours in any direction and get something completely new.

>>74519098
I do like the midwest for its space + low cost of living. The thing I didn't like the most abt the east coast when I visited was the density so I know what you mean.

>>74533351
Have you heard Millions Now Living? My guess is you'd think it's vastly superior. First two tracks are probably the few in post-rock I come back to regularly.
>>
Death in June sounds like The Smiths, but if Morrisey was a little too comfortable with fascism.
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>>74540084
i don't think the tourney will last until that point, mathematically

and i don't have particularly strong feelings against the three things you listed, so bring it i guess
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>>74539721
Based darklands
Can't wait to hear it

>>74540093
>Hands down the thing I love the most about the states is if you hate the geography around you then you can just drive five hours in any direction and get something completely new.
Texan here
Wrong
I can drive 5 hours in any direction and it's the same until you hit the gulf of Mexico or a Louisiana swamp
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>>74540163
You can go from way too hot to Satan's anus if you go west, no?
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>>74540093
>Have you heard Millions Now Living?
Yeah, I like it too. I've never been as big on Djed as everyone else, but I'm also completely ignorant about the music it's influenced by so that's probably to be expected.
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Batfinks - Mosisac (2017)
>IDM, experimental

A dark, twisted IDM album. I've never heard the more famous Stena Tarnyt, but from what I could gather that's a folky glitch pop album in the same vein as Four Tet. This is absolutely nothing like that, baring more similarities to jungle and industrial. It's thirty minutes of some of the most foreboding, absolutely banging beats of the year. The last track, acoustic instrumentation and all, is a definite mood killer, and it's admittedly disjointed as hell, but it's impossible to deny the amazing production chops that went into this.

3.0+

ricebeansandegg moves on.

Denis Mpunga & Paul K. - Criola (2017)
>minimal synth, central african music

African electronic music is really cool, I've come to realize. To be fair, this shares very few similaries with what most come to associate "african music" with, having more in common with the minimal synth of Oppenheimer Analysis and Monoton. It doesn't always hit, mainly due to the relative thinness and lack of power that the synths have. When it does hit, it's one of the weirdest, coolest records of the year.

3.0-

Accel moves on.
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Walter Gibbons - Jungle Music - Mixed With Love: Essential & Unreleased Remixes 1976-1986 (2010)
>disco

Despite how much I love disco, even I can't stomach the length of some of these mixes. This is more prominent on the second disc, especially with the last couple of songs (save for "4 Ever My Beat"), there's just not enough quality rhythms and grooves to justify mixes of such extreme length. The first disc hits, though, and it hits /hard/. "Sun... Sun... Sun..." is most certainly one of the classics of the disco genre, and "It's a Better Than Good Time" and "You Are My Love" don't fall far behind. The second disc also has some hits with the two Arthur Russell tracks that start it off, but the drop in quality is certainly noticeable as soon as "I've Been Searching HIts". Worth a listen for any fan of disco or even electronic dance music as a whole. The roots of house are right here.

3.0+
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>>74540093
i need to get some tiny ass house and spend time at local festivals and stuff
i also need to find out what gives me crippling itchy hives every couple months. i hate new jersey so much.
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>>74541026
there is only one way to beat trip
https://rateyourmusic.com/release/album/blacksheep/blacksheep/
https://mega.nz/#F!hl5CCQBC!dJSj3LESv6e5bCGUPPqtgg
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>>74541626
OF COURSE
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>>74541665
found a dl of their second album in the archive, pretty good so far but their debut is still my favorite.
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https://soundcloud.com/biiirth/mud

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SOPHIE makes me so fucking happy, can't stop listening to it.
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>>74541784
ooh! can ya send it here?
>>74541959
LET
YOUR BODY GET
LETYOURBODYGET HIGHER
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>>74540202
that's true. I haven't tried it yet though
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>>74542113
here u go fren
https://mega.co.nz/#!XclXgLTa!0TmCRdmmu1uxX9nRK5JBRH7O2FIJf6_DZiDi3WSowx0

>>74541959
>mfw hearing L.O.V.E
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why am I just now getting in to Lemon Jelly?
oh, the wasted years
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>>74542222
QUADS PROVE IT

Lost Horizons is a great time
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>>74542219
thanks!
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I can't stop listening to this god damn
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Good morning daily. Music today. Rec me maybe and if it's cool I might listen to it. Other than that and the chart, downloaded a bunch of swedish OSDM demos I might get around these days.
>>74542222
Nice digits. I'm working on your mixtape, I picked autumn. Does jazz like Bill Evans and Ahmad Jamal sound like autumn to you? Cus It's what I'm putting on it. Might add some non jazz tracks I guess, I'll have it later today or tomorrow.
>>74542273
Tony William's first two, before he went fusion, might also be to your liking. Other than that can't think of much atm.
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>>74542385
>Does jazz like Bill Evans and Ahmad Jamal sound like autumn to you?
if it sounds like autumn to you, i'm sure it will be perfect. thanks buddy.
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>>74541026
yeah!

it's nothing like any of his other albums for sure, completely took me by surprise when the teaser dropped. closest to False Fades I guess, also released posthumously this year. there's hints of similar synth-work and darkness but on a polar opposite genre. The last track is intentionally and thematically out of place, and fits in perfectly to me cause of that, fades directly into that unstable tense guitar riff after the calm ending of Dirt Beet.

https://rateyourmusic.com/release/album/bill-wells-and-maher-shalal-hash-baz/gok/
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Good morning /daily/!

Last sick day today! Maybe I will listen to something cool! Maybe not!

Twin Peaks was cool last night.

>>74542385
Here's some cool stuff
https://rateyourmusic.com/release/album/berangere-maximin/frozen-refrains/
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>>74537928
you fucked up, see >>74535521
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need some music for realizing i'm in the middle of an allergic reaction
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>>74540093
EP laad
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>>74541626
thank u

>>74542664
makes sense that it's intentionally out of place, what a weird track. thanks for the rec btw.
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>>74541626
you really a bitch for this
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Good morning /daily/, all my american friends all right up there? Did you punched a nazi in the face already or something today?

I'll get around redoing bits of my old chart at lunch today, I can't keep getting away with unfinished shit.

>>74543049
>Twin Peaks was cool last night.
Great episode, and it saddened me more that we're just three weeks from the end.

>>74527350
Holy shit I don't know what did you took when listening to it but I want some
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>>74545244
politics? in my /daily? get out
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>>74545314
Did something really unfun happened during the weekend in /daily/ that not even a passing mention to the current state of affairs is tolerated?

[spoiler]pls tell me yall ain't supporting those pieces of shit that flocked to Charlotesville[/spoiler]
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>>74545335
there's literally nothing more unfun than politics
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My computer is done. I'm doing old-fashioned reviews sans chart.

>The Incredible Jimmy Smith - Back at the Chicken Shack (1963)

What a 1963 sound this is--the Hammond organ, the undeniable grooviness almost swept under the rug. This is more of the standards variety than exploratory, which I'll talk about, and it reminds me a bit of Booker T. & The M.G.'s' Green Onions as the one of the quintessential organ albums. They're not trying to reinvent the wheel here, which is fine, because a mastery of conventional form is just as good as breaking new ground as far as I'm concerned. I'm no organ expert, so don't quote me on this, but Jimmy Smith has just about set the standard for traditional organ solos here. I recognize that same structure he employs on the title track and a couple afterwards in countless acts today--the variety of solos that makes you think not "how did he think of that?" but rather "how did he know to play that?" It's paint-by-numbers in a spectacular way, and only Stanley Turrentine's sax is interested in really breaking convention in "When I Grow Too Old to Dream", which I can't help but think is a slight misstep in the direction of this album, surprisingly enough.
7/10
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>>74545367
"Jimmy Smith has just about set the standard for traditional organ solos here."
~ Ethan Boye
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>>74545378
no that was Jimmy Smits
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>>74545400
The incredible jimmy jazz
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>>74545354
>fun
>ever
grow up.
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>>74545548
No! I'll never grow up!
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>>74545570
I don't grow up, I trip up, and when I listen to Public Strain, I throw up
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>>74545747
put your trip back on comet
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>>74545754
lol I wish I could come up with gems like that
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Anybody got records that make use of the violin that aren't specifically classical?
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>>74546243
I Would Set Myself On Fire For You - Believes In Patterns
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>>74546335
>>74546243

Oh shit hope you aren't picky because they use Viola and Cello
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>>74546243
Carissa's Wierd - Songs About Leaving
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>>74546243
Sacred Guitar and VIolin meme Music of the Modern Aztecs
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can anybody recommend me records of really angsty depressed human beings making a bunch of noise that rarely conforms to tonality or even has rhythm, sort of like the deep cuts off pic related

doesn't have to be "metal" per se, just something loud and dense i guess. and sad.

also post your music i'm in a patrician mood
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>>74546477
gotchu senpai
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fwwEnm6QOEY
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>>74546498
eh, this is kinda good. not really a fan of how tongue-in-cheek it is though; at times borders on self-parody. the drums are almost intentionally silly with the snares and shit.

but good rec.
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>>74546243
pic related is the most unusual use of violin I've ever heard. Still looking out for similar records.
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>>74544728
:•<>

>>74546477
http://music.throatruinerrecords.com/album/catastrophic-anonymous
https://hansonrecords.bandcamp.com/album/modern-jester
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>>74543794
whoops
>>74546477
Striborg, Silencer, Today is The Day
Most funeral doom or sludge stuff in general
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>>74547048
>>74546997
LMAO
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@Comet
gimme dat Waltz for Debby
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>>74546477
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OoT9lCxVBQE
sick cover
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>>74547296
*sigh*
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>T. Rex - Electric Warrior (1971)

What did I have against this? Nothing, because I hadn't heard it. But I suspected it might have been an in-your-face, hard rocking, show-off-y album, which happens to not present itself high up on my list of things to listen to. It's really not the case here, as this is much more restrained than your typical glam rock or Bowie album. Even the song you already know, "Bang a Gong (Get It On)", is more laid back than I remember it being. T. Rex originally got their start as Tyrannosaurus Rex, a psychedelic folk group, which I haven't heard yet, but I believe that folk side is more telling of the sound here than any hard rock elements, and it even ventures closer to a pop sound.

I thought for sure this album had been recorded at Abbey Roads until I looked it up, as I think the biggest draw here is the mood set by some stellar, nuanced production. Most of the tracks, starting with opener, "Mambo Sun", have this cool, silky smooth and laid back, daydream haze of a vibe thanks to layers upon layers of carefully selected sounds: the bass notes paired with some vague and echo-y percussive sound and droning backing vocals that sound like a shehnai on the opening track. The songwriting is occasionally catchy with some pleasant but repetitive melodies, but I find it overall passable in terms of getting the sound they aim for across. At any given second during this album just stop and dissect how many layers you hear, what kind of uncovnetial sounds you're hearing, and marvel at how it all fits together in a way that those sounds belong and could've slid by undetected.
7/10
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>>74547503
Ok
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WAN TWO THREE FOUR

out of ten
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>>74548899
It's a 1234/10? You like it that much?
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>>74549268
1+2+3+4=10

Brainlets, baka
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biddies on my dick
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Anyone have an opinion on this? is this like Venetian Snares' Rossz csillag alatt született but with metal?
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>>74550834
wtf i just finished watching the melon review of this
and no not the best comparison, since it's much more on the metal side than the breakcore side, and there's a bunch of other influences thrown in in addition

it's a solid 6/10
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>>74550834
I remember listening to Nostril once, and I wasn't a fan. The aesthetic reminds me more of Nero's Day At Disneyland.
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i don't browse rym too often, mostly just to get some extra opinions/neat writing on released I've already heard. it's also good for finding a great place to start in a dense discography

but what's with the /mu/ trend of rating everything extremely low? you guys do these charts where you almost explicitly hand out nothing greater than a 2.5 to different albums

i doubt it's stinginess, or that your taste is so high god forbid anything gets a 4.5, or a 5. you wouldn't be listening to so much music in the first place if you didn't enjoy most of what you hear. so is 4.5 reserved for some of the best music you've ever heard in your entire life? i don't really get that review philosophy where you almost refuse to enjoy something too much.

not to pick on anybody or be mean. but if someone could throw me in the loop that'd be cool
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>>74552203
Meme rating systems, some people here give out 4+s like candy.
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>>74552203
>you guys do these charts where you almost explicitly hand out nothing greater than a 2.5 to different albums
i've never seen a chart like that here. If you're thinking of natkingcole, they've just got a unique rating scale, their 5/10 being the equivalent of a 6 or 7 for other people.

Looking at the rym's of some daily users, the peak of the bell curve usually lands around 7 or 6, which is usually a "yeah I like this". Meme rating systems like >>74552271 points out here can give the appearance that someone hates something, when usually they just don't feel like being ultra-specific about their preferences for albums, like jimmy jazz
https://rateyourmusic.com/~Jim_Jazz

I enjoy the majority of what I listen to, a lot of it being it's stuff I pick myself. /daily/ is about exploring music, but lots of people clearly have preferences for genres, which is where scores can become variable.
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>>74552203
yeah i never got this much either. the way i figure, i try and listen to mostly music i think i'll like, so if i really rated every album ever, my rating system would be about even in the middle.
but everybody has their things.
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can i get some more sad music i've exhausted my library right now 2bh
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>>74552203
5/5 means something can't be outdone in my mind. Most things are frequently outdone. I don't really care about low ratings because I just want to catalogue the truly great stuff I connect with appropriately
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>>74552203
just different rating systems is all. for me, i dont go below 2.5, because thats where i store all the music i don't care for/don't like, but i wouldnt call bad or not worth yr time. everything above that is a positive score for me, so i mostly like all the music i listen to. im more stingy with my 4.5s and 5s bci want them to blow my mind or really 'wow' me. id say all of my 5s rn represent changes in the ways i look at music. but i still hand out lots of 3.5s and 4s.
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anyone else really miss the pre trump world? not even commenting about my own political beliefs specifically, i'm just so tired of today's political landscape in general. i don't want to hear about it all anymore and no matter where i go i see it. it was so simple before.
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>>74552555
checked, have a drone
https://phinery.bandcamp.com/album/now-age

>>74552645
>>74552473
uh
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>>74552817
deleted cuz my reply to >>74552271 was stupid
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>>74552203
My 5s and 4.5s are basically just a spot where I put my all time favorite albums. Just because I score something lower doesn't mean that I don't enjoy it, I'm just having fun pretending to be a critic. Also when it comes to /daily/, I think that exploring new music is fun, even if I'm not a fan of everything that I hear. Being able to talk to other people about it is a plus too.
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>>74552788
agreed
i want nothing more than to never hear about politics again
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6XfMErZ-5fs
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Last call for reccs from:

stick
Mark And

or else you get cut
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I'll only subject you to reviews of official releases, but for the morbidly curious, I started a listening diary for all the shows I listen to as I listen to them...

https://deaddiaries.blogspot.com/?m=1

>Grateful Dead - Dave's Picks Volume 8: Fox Theatre, Atlanta, GA - 11/30/80 (2013)

Bob Wagner's audience recording of this show has repeatedly been cited as an exemplary AUD recording. I've said before that a quality recording that pulls off the rare feat of making you feel like you're there at the show is priceless, regardless of the quality of the show.

Some great shows have been played here, and they really came with intensity this night. The first set is quality in a way that might make one forget it's an 80s show...the soloing in Little Red Rooster, the outro jam in Feels Like a Stranger, the controlled chaos of Bird Song, the heart with which Jerry sings It Must Have Been the Roses, the climax of Saint of Circumstance. It's all there. It's an abstraction, but it has to be pointed out just how unexpectedly deeply they're digging in here, wringing out everything through the set-ending Deal, refusing to stop at its typical stopping point.
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>>74554539
And lo and behold, the second set opens with a Scarlet Begonias -> Fire on the Mountain that might be the best one I've heard outside of 1977. I don't listen to many 1980 shows, but the playing here feels more patently 70s than it does 80s or 90. Scarlet Begonias kicks off with some clunky drummers, which is why they typically open with easier standards, but the tension during the transition boils over with energy before jumping right into Fire on the Mountain. In its ideal form the suite is about tension and explosive release, and I think this is a brief but great example. The ensuing Samson & Delilah carries this same passion, and it's also brief. Ship of Fools is one of my favorite calm, soulful ballads, and this is true to form. I mean it: this set is unstoppable. The Playing in the Band picks it all right back heading into an old-school lysergic jam before flowing right into drums--the flow of this show is really key, and it all feels right and natural, even drums/space, especially the Wheel landing pad leading to the soulful Jerry ballad of China Doll. Even the Uncle John's Band encore gets a jam treatment like it's May 1977 all over again. None of this "80s Dead were a different band" business flies here.

It can't be overstated. This show has skyrocketed upward on my list of all-time, front-to-back favorites.

Dead shows exist in a rating vacuum for me, but this is a 9/10 Dead show.
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Anyone here heard of Eugene chadbourne?
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Can I get some recs to help me get into Medieval music? I haven't heard much of anything so any recs would be appreciated
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>>74555397
Weezer
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fresh bread

>>74555900
>>74555900
>>74555900
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>>74555821
great post
>>74555931
bad post




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