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The point of these threads is to encourage exploration, by listening to and discussing albums we've not heard before. Typically, this is done by making a chart of albums, then listening to and discussing one album from the chart each day. Expand your horizons!

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

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

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

Previously on /daily/: >>81978808
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the japanese text should be "毎日 / デイリ"
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>>82038388
ミームスとエキゾチック音
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Alfred Schnittke - Кoнцepт для aльтa c opкecтpoм (1989)
Concerto, Modern Classical
A beautiful concerto by Schnittke. This is my first exposure to Schnittke, actually, despite him seeming to be a favorite of a few of my rym friends. This is pretty much what I want out of a concerto with a Romantic influence. The way I see it, it's a metaconcerto. It anticipates your expectations about what it will sound like at every turn and subverts them. It shifts tone abruptly but with great adroitness, it toys with cliche knowingly, it inserts sour notes here and there as a reminder of what it is. This thing just flows wonderfully, and the orchestration is stunning at points. Yuri Bashmet is the soloist on this piece, and his playing is gorgeous.
8

Mieczysław Weinberg - Symphonies Nos. 14 & 18 (1996)
Symphony, Modern Classical | Choral
Two symphonies by Weinberg. They're well-written. They're serviceable. But they didn't stick out particularly any which way. They're good, not great.
6

Luis Buñuel - Belle de jour (1967)
Drama | Psychological Drama, Surrealism
This is my first Buñuel film. I haven't even gotten around to Un chien andalou despite the fact that I really should one of these days. This one is about a very innocent stay-at-home wife, Charlotte, who has latent masochistic tendencies and decides to cheat on her husband and become a prostitute. The best parts of it involved the Charlotte's psychological state. There are really interesting almost surreal vignettes depicting her fantasies and memories. Overall, the film felt halfway between Antonioni and Kubrick stylistically, not quite achieving the highs of either of those directors. Still, it was a pretty enjoyable watch.
6
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>>82038619
GET ON IT SHOE
https://rateyourmusic.com/release/album/the-ussr-ministry-of-culture-symphony-orchestra-gennady-rozhdestvensky/symphony-no-3/
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>>82038487
well, this time I wasn't really in 4chan and just opened the page casually, there was no new thread so I made one, hence the question mark of >>82038304
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>>82038743
very tempting
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>tfw record shopping
I a happy crunch rn
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>>82038767
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>>82038844
I have it on 4.5 and we seem to like quite similar stuff so so yeas
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@crunch uhhhh sure i'll start thinking about the 20 and post later
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it's done
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you thought i forgot
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>>82039806
Nice.
You JUST did that Peter Gabriel tho you big goose.
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>>82039806
ooo

OOOO
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>>82040166
this chart's from like half a year ago lol idk what half of them even are
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>>82039806
seguente, haco, cхoвaйcя, heaven or las vegas, frey, dimensions and extensions, calling out of context <3
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>>82040311
v excited !!
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>>82040311
once again, lamb makes the right calls on rod's chart
(also bugbus is important ofc)
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Hey all! I'm new, I've been checking out these daily threads for a while and this seems like one of the nicest spaces on 4chan as well as being a great music discussion

Image is of the music I want to listen to, I stopped listening to new music 5 years ago and want to get back into it.
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>>82040713
and these are my favourite albums! I didn't have enough to fill up the whole chart so hopefully I can change that!
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>>82040713
>>82040741
Very nice stuff on your "to listen"!!! There are many there I think you'd enjoy. Want some more recs?
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>>82040741
hmmm, did you maybe leave your jazz and classical for another chart? maybe forget them on this one?

anyway, welcome! some good stuff on your favorites and listening chart. You got a rym?
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>>82040741
>Feedbacker instead of Flood like most /mu/tants
New friendship acqui-
>Electra Heart
nevermind
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>>82040713
do you really like floral shoppe or do you just pretend
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Have a modern classical at these nuts
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can someone tell me what album is in the op?
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>>82041156
https://rateyourmusic.com/release/album/masami_kawahara_and_the_exotic_sounds/kokotsu___ecstasy/
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>>82041102
how about a jazz fusion of this fist... and your face?! haha
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>>82040364
yes yes

>>82040713
strawberry switchblade are wonderful, enjoy
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>>82041094
you misread, anon

>>82039806
ILK should be fun, the newest orange milk records were alright, that jurg frey ms paint album is nice for what it is
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Fuck Bakunin, Bordiga and Stirner. My heroes are the ALF, the Zapatistas, the YPJ fighters, Greek anarchists, rioting immigrants, la ZAD, Carlo Giuliani, Pavlos Fyssas and whoever stands up to oppression.
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>>82041443
Wow didn't know the Swedish autonomous left was here

A thousand times fuck Bakunin though, legit
Bordiga ok I guess and Stirner same
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>>82041443
Fuck yeah dude, this rules
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>>82041443
i have some music for you, anon
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>>82040791
thank you very much, would absolutely love some recs!

>>82040831
I have no jazz and classical on my charts, feel free to recommend some! i think the only jazz that's there is Inertiadrome lmao

>>82040919
Do you prefer The Family Jewels? I did too for a time, but the very hyper sort of pop she does in electra heart got through to me

>>82041094
you misread anon, that's my to-listen-to chart

>>82041443
fellow anarchist comrade hello
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>>82041656
Goofy Greek fuck,
"Hey look, I'm gonna use bleep bloops and maths to make music because I'm too big of a nerd to make it like the rest of the world lmao x3"
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>>82041747
Explain how stochastic music works if it's that simple.
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>>82041817
No because I'm not a nerd
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>>82041835
So you admit you don't have the mental capacity to understand it, yes? Typical.
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>>82041847
Wow I knew Xenakis fans were like this but didn't know they were this easily baited
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>>82041668
Candy Claws - Ceres & Calypso in the Deep Time
Slowdive - Souvlaki
Swans - Holy Money
Remember - ルートバックホーム
Radiohead - Amnesiac
Coil - Black Antlers
Burial - Kindred EP
Refused - The Shape of Punk to Come

You've probably heard some of them but I'm just reccing stuff I don't see on your chart
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>>82041904
I knew avant-teens were like this but didn't know they were this retarded

>>82041930
>reccing a rapist's music
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>>82041904
next he’s going to post the “i was just pretending” meme to demolish your quip!
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>>82041930
listened to the first three, rest of them look good!

>>82041947
oh god please don't start the 'can you separate the art from the artist' discussion
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>>82041324
>ms paint album
lol
imma have to take a day out for that one. possibly a mistake.
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>>82041947
Dude I like Xenakis
It was, yknow.... a joke
I respect him big-time
Should've expected anons to be this dumb though

>>82042051
>oh god please don't start the 'can you separate the art from the artist' discussion
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>>82042051
Nice, you'll like some of them for sure B-)
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>>82041668
>Inertiadrome
you like Ground Zero my guy?
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hmmmmm
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>>82042140
>>82042051
No, seriously, why is it okay to support a rapist?
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>>82042319
jangle and nose a little spicy...

>>82042326
pirating someone's music on slsk is hardly "support"
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>>82042326
is pirating someone's music supporting them?

>>82042276
never listened to them but they have been added to the list!
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>>82042355
check out Plays standards then!
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>>82042350
>>82042355
its like emotional support, yes. he can see you listen on last.fm which makes him think he is doing something good.
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>>82042517
>he can see you listen on last.fm which makes him think he is doing something good.
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the more you listen to a piece of music, the greater distance it grows from its creator. it was never really theirs in the first place, though, and the more you say it's theirs the more power you give them.
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reccing swans is rape in and of itself
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>>82042319
that's a very nice pig

>>82041847
I'm an engineer with a working knowledge of statistics and I couldn't understand the math in his theory book; had to drop it after 20 pages. Probably a combination of being translated to English and using hard-to-follow notation, but the mathematical concepts he's employing are way higher-level than I anticipated.

>>82042818
The LAW disagrees fucker
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>>82042930
the John Fahey on the cover of Volume 6: Days Have Gone By isn't John Fahey. it's not even a real person. it's a picture. even though the album has his name on it, it's not his and it never was. John Fahey doesn't own a goddamn second of that album and he never will. it belongs to those who have listened to it.
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>>82042983
when do I get my royalty cheque
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>>82043026
you'll get a cheque when you make the album.
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>>82041847
ppl who say this are usually so dumb they dont even understand pop punk
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It's ya boi
Listened to some shit
Finally got my new setup finished, already eyeing some replacements for the bookshelf speakers I have
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*goes on stage to deliver speech*
Hello all, today I would like to talk about the importance of...
*FARTS*
Well... now this is embarrassing!
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https://www.newyorker.com/humor/daily-shouts/sonny-rollins-words

A very intelligent man
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Good morning /daily/!

In approx 10 minutes I’m gonna torture a karaoke club with a 9 minute rendition of When The Music’s Over and no one can stop me.

Dedicated to /daily/, obviously
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>>82041656
yo, schumacher this week's pick was great could you recommend me some other works from the people on it?

>>82040713
yeah I don't really know about these but since I saw 77 live on your chart maybe listen to other releases by the band like back to black mandara and tripical midbooster?
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>>82043756
Hope you record some to us in Stank Boyz
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>>82043357
>kishi bashi
oh no :(
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>>82042983
this is actually an amazing and underrated point that very few people will ever come to accept/fully understand
thank you rod, for putting this into words
anyone who disagrees with it isn’t a music fan btw
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>>82044006
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>>82042818
>>82042983
not sure if i like this take cuz it just kinda reads like lifestyle marketing to me "this commodity can help you build your identity" ykno
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>>82043756
>Good morning /daily/!
Good morning!
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>>82043760
the show that the picture you posted is from is rockos modern life, a nickelodeon cartoon show from the 1990's. one of my favorites!
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>>82044342
this
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>>82043971
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>>82044251
i mean yeah. not much reason to watch or listen to something if you're not going to make it your own.
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>>82044582
shoulda just said that by ownership you meant the ability to play it in ur head
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>>82044656
kinda
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>>82044582
*dismantles your argument*
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>>82044931
guy on the right thinks hes so slick
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>>82044931
i hate you picture man
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2018 releases i'm enjoying
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>>82045307
Heard this?
https://rateyourmusic.com/release/mixtape/amnesia-scanner/as-truth/
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>>82045433
listening to "as sane" on youtube now, bretty gud senpai
i have angels rig hook in my library, can't remember the last time i listened to it. it's one of those real artsy ones you listen to once then constantly scroll past
but i could see myself revisiting this
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>>82045433
>those genre tags
ooh baby
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>>82045307
>Sugai Ken and SKRS
based
Have you tried Topdown Dialectic’s self titled or Tourist Kid - Crude Tracer
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>>82045750
lol look at my collage again
i think i liked a TD track on soundcloud, it's definitely going on my cop list now
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>>82043760
yeah totally

stuff with utah kawasaki:
https://rateyourmusic.com/release/album/mon_goose_/at_penguin_house/
https://rateyourmusic.com/release/album/bject/bject/
https://rateyourmusic.com/release/album/utah-kawasaki-%E2%9D%98-tetuzi-akiyama-%E2%9D%98-jason-kahn/luwa/

stuff with seijiro murayama:
https://rateyourmusic.com/release/album/seijiro-murayama/downdate/
https://rateyourmusic.com/release/album/seijiro-murayama-eric-la-casa/supersedure/ (i haven't heard this one but it's kind of big around here)

stuff with taku unami:
https://rateyourmusic.com/release/album/taku-sugimoto-taku-unami/tengu-et-kitsune-ii/
https://rateyourmusic.com/release/album/taku-unami/electronics-solo/
https://rateyourmusic.com/release/album/hose/concerts/

stuff with takahiro kawaguchi:
https://rateyourmusic.com/release/album/taku-unami-takahiro-kawaguchi/teatro-assente/
https://rateyourmusic.com/release/album/takahiro-kawaguchi-utah-kawasaki/amorphous-spores/
https://rateyourmusic.com/release/album/takahiro-kawaguchi/n-1/
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>>82045844
Dammit

I’d suggest Nima Aghiani - REMS as a replacement for that recc
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>>82045307
you seem to have forgotten the european free jazz and integral serialism. did those albums get their own chart that you haven't posted yet?
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>>82045750
Also what did you think of the new sugai ken? it's good but i din't like it quite as much as UkabazUmorezU. Wochikaeri to Uzume is probably un-toppable though... that sequence going from electronics to the orchestral bits with water splashes... i didn't know it was possible for concrete to have such... idk, expressive character?
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okay here's my july chart

Station to Station > "Heroes" > Aladdin Sane > Ziggy Stardust > Low > Hunky Dory = Diamond Dogs
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>>82046155
I'm retarded and forgot to save the updated image before posting.
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>>82045986
Yeah, I think it was a step down from his previous to bits, but still pretty good. Haven't tried -yOrUkOrU- yet.
> Wochikaeri to Uzume is probably un-toppable though...
agreed, super memorable start to an album

you ever tried his debut, ToKiShiNe? It's a little less Visible Cloaks-esque, but a lot more natural, I got some heavy Yume Nikki vibes from it. I found it irritating to track down, so I can make a download if you like
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>>82045923
thx... really digging this so far, and probably would've stayed away because of the power electronics tag

>>82045983 :d actually can't stand most free jazz tbqh. my jazz folder is relatively tiny and mostly fusion. as for serialism... i still haven't even really dipped a toe into "art music"—i'm still in the "pop" camp, even if it's mostly the freaky and experimental side. i'll get there someday though. but AMM? yea, i don't see that happening.
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>>82045898
good post
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Are there more specific genre's I'd be able to tell people I'm into than just "rock, metal and pop", because that's the canned response I've been giving people lately.
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>>82045983
I enjoy this meme a lot
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>>82046452
Glass Animals- How To Be A Human Being

How is that Battles record? I've been meaning to give it a listen for a while now
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>>82046725
It tickled my ear drums in a very good, upbeat rhythmic and slightly sedating sorta way. Atlas and Bad Trails were my two favorite songs off it.
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Since Saibou Bungaku seems to be getting more interest I've posted the full album to YouTube too; share it with your friends and stuff

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yYldW0tWLTI
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>>82046744
Look at them go...
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>>82045898
oh thanks, I will start with these next week
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some quality memes in this thread

@Waste Management
No I haven't heard Woolford's Fabric Mix, is it real good?

I heard Special Request's Soul Music today which was amazing, but I'm too tired to write or post links to the best tracks.
i keep adding stuff to the chart :^(

>>82045307
I'm also gonna listen to that SKRS release. I need to listen to more Low Jack and Vynehall
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WEEK
TEN
OF
ONKYO
LISTENALONG

Toshimaru Nakamura / Tetuzi Akiyama host Meeting at Off Site Vol. 1

"At the foot of Shinjuku's skyscrapers remains a patch of old wooden houses. Off Site is a small gallery/performance space created through the modification and renovation of one of these houses. This CD is a collection of recordings from the monthly Off Site improvisation gathering organized by Toshimaru Nakamura, Tetuzi Akiyama, and Taku Sugimoto (who resigned from the project and became an occasional guest in 2001). The sound in these performances is often so feeble that it welcomes into the music noises from outside, such as the whistle of a tofu vendor and the wooden clappers of people calling "Beware of fire" as they walk through the neighborhood. All this has happened at the very end of a maze of narrow streets in the center of Tokyo."

mega: https://mega.nz/#F!0OpEAa5A!-pSVefxixu1eDlsiBIRbtw

rym: https://rateyourmusic.com/list/schumacher/_%E3%83%87%E3%82%A4%E3%83%AA_s-weekly-onkyo-listenalong/

info: http://www.japanimprov.com/indies/imj/meeting1/index.html

Haven't participated yet? This week's probably a good one to jump in. Meeting at Off Site is an important series for the early onkyo scene.
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oh is daddy mad at me?!? D:
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codeine - frigid stars
red house painters - down colorful hill
low - i could live in hope

which is your favorite, guys
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>>82049061
it's a hard choice, but i'm gonna have to go with red house painters since that's the only one out of the three that i've heard
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>>82049061
dch
>>82049187
HAHAHAHAHAHAHA HOLY FUCK HAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAAH THATS SO FUCKING FUNNY I FORGOT TO LAUGH HAHAHAHAHAA
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>>82049211
Wocka wocka!
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>>82049061
ive only heard dch as well and it kinda sucks so not that
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>>82049061
le duster xD
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>>82049187
>>82049284
you guys are gonna look me in the dead eyes and say you have all these hideously obscure charts you sift through every day but you haven't listened to low or codeine
here i was thinking that transgod was a real music qt. no qt i know hasn't listened to codeine at least once, and that's a fact
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>>82049211
>>82049356
typical slowcore fans everyone
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>>82049402
i was being ironic, duster sucks
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>>82049061
Port St. Willow - Holiday

only slowcore album I’ve liked
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>>82049411
i noticed you were
>>82049395
they're niche artists u have to actively seek out despite their relative popularity in their scene and chart threads they're not like drake or the beatles
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>>82049485
red house painters were not incredibly mainstream
but i get it. i would give codeine a shot first, then low last
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>>82049485
if you noticed then you would realize that i am not actually a slowcore fan, and as a result i can not be seen as a typical fan of the genre since i am not a fan of the genre...
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>>82049551
you seem like a fun person to be around
(that was an ironic statement, you don’t seem like a fun person to be around at all and I actually would want to actively avoid you if I knew you in real life).
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>>82049727
im sorry that you feel that way as i like you and trans a whole lot.
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>>82049539
didnt mean to imply they were
>>82049551
you could have hated duster but liked slowcore otherwise
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>>82049772
then i apologize for my attitude, enjoy the rest of your day anon
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>>82049844
:) thank you, i hope you have a great day as well!
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the amazing atheist has been banned from twitter :(
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>>82050583
who?
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>>82050583
who?
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>>82050664
a radical centrist dumbo youtuber
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Yes
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>>82049061
Low, easy
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>Futuro Antico - Futuro Antico
>Tribal Ambient
With Walter Maioli, who appears on Crunch's new favorite Amazonia 6891, works with a few others on a cheesier, berlin school-touched approach to "nature" music. It's long and wandering, doesn't convincingly utilize its synths, features an unending and bothersome flute, and sort of fails in engrossing me probably due to the incompatible New Age aesthetic. The first track was an ok start, but the album degrades in quality from there.

It did positively remind me of Moritz Von Oswald Trio - Fetch, an old Rodriguez recc which I admit handles the "wandering song" idea more comfortably.

4+

>Ariel Kalma - Le temps des moissons
>Minimalism, Ambient

Lots of delay effects at work. Simple overlaid sax warblings from the title track, moving into an evolving percussive plane. The final track seems to combine both these ideas for at first, visiting more new age territory, before resettling back into the first track's comfortable space. still, Pretty Good, I don't plan on revisiting.

6-
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>>82047257
If I want to take part should I listen to the past weeks first or just jump in at week 10?
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I spent an entire hour laughing and crying about this video
https://youtu.be/1MBF0ErjMOc

>>82051621
It's /daily/ m8, you can join in whenever and do whatever.
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wow i'm getting really good at knowing what roads and street signs look like

>>82051621
I'd recommend just jumping in at the most recent week, but you can start from the beginning if you want to

>>82051665
>dare vid
what a classic
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>>82047257
>ten weeks and still no Yoshihide
to shame shoe! to shame
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>>82053047
i honestly don't know how much otomo onkyo is out there that i haven't already heard
(also he's on track 7 of this week's pick. the rym credits for this album are just fucked up)
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Damn Since I Left You is actually really good who would have thought? don't know what I was thinking 2 years ago when i gave it a 3/10 or something

>>82046744
:ok_hand:
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>>82053414
oh sweet! i’ll for sure have to check that out then
He’s been doing a lot of EAI and free improv stuff recently, though I don’t know if you have much interest in that for the listen-along
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>>82038289
what is the album in OP?
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>>82054806
>>82041203
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Hey guys. How do I stop being such a faggot?

My irl friends say that I'm "fucking crazy" when it comes to music. How do i into normie music?
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>>82055454
Listen to it and see what you like, or don't care about what your friends think. You don't need to agree about everything
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>>82055523
Alrighty.
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>Perry Leopold - Experiment in Metaphysics (1970)

This is right in the same vein as this moment in history I've been trying to document: the migration from psychedelia to folk and country around 1970. The hippy influence is extremely clear in its lyrics, which are admittedly naive at times. It will go down in history as a psychedelic folk record for its complete, holistic package and historical context, though this takes clear influence from Fahey and the American Primitivists and Leopold incorporates his own aquarian message on top. Naturally, he's a better guitarist than a songwriter, which he seems to recognize, so half of the songs are purely instrumental (just his guitar, moreover). He just can't write interesting vocal melodies. He doesn't play quite as well as Fahey either, of course, but he shows off some dynamic chops on the suite that closes the A side and occasionally shows some soul.
5.5/10

>Grateful Dead - Formerly the Warlocks (2010)

The Hampton run is the highlight of 1989 for a lot of people. It was kind of a gimmick in which they announced a run at the Hampton Coliseum--an arena far smaller than they were used to playing at this point--under their original moniker so as to alert only the diehard fans. Two shows but I think you'll see people disproportionately talk about the second night, 10/9.

The first set of 10/8 isn't the best setlist. Most of the tracks are set filler type of material to my ears. There would be some bust-outs over the next few sets. Candyman is a nice special one. The Bird Song is great and gets jammed out pretty thoroughly in a cosmic way if a bit jerky.
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>>82056021
Actually, the first major bust-out of the evening is the second set opener of Help on the Way -> Slipknot! -> Franklin's Tower, which was shelved for much of the 80s. It's great to have it back but its return isn't the most inspiring version. Victim or the Crime is actually nice and chaotic. Eyes of the World is okay but a bit too plodding for its own good. I think the second set post-drums section might be the highlight here: a seamless group of high-energy favorites in I Need a Miracle, The Wheel, and Gimme Some Lovin'. It's a passionate Morning Dew that closes it out and of course the We Bid You Farewell encore is one of their most touching moments ever. Looking back, at least the second set setlist is pretty outstanding.

Onto the more talked-about second night. The first set must have really shocked the crowd. It starts off with what I think has to be one of the best, tightest Feel Like a Stranger performances ever, which was featured on Without a Net. There's kind of an unfortunate run of a few slower songs in the set, but it closes with another great performance in The Music Never Stopped.

There's an excellent Playing in the Band/Uncle John's Band sandwich that kicks off 2nd set. The jams here are really phenomenal and bold. Both get proper jams. And of course the main event of the evening is the return of Dark Star, which had more or less been out of commission since 1974. The crowd's reaction to the opening notes is unforgettable. It doesn't need to be stated that it doesn't hold up next to earlier versions, but it is quite a trip in an extended space kind of way. It kind of seems like a long drums/space segment for this reason, but it's all Dark Star, so it's all good. They return with Death Don't Have No Mercy, which is NOT technically the bust-out since it was played two weeks prior after the 20-year break. I generally think they kind of lose steam post-drums/space, but there are some special occasion songs, nonetheless.
6.5/10
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cherry garcia ice cream, a good tribute to the dead or a disgrace?
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>>82057328
Was their main source of profit
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Closing in on the end!

Harrison Birtwistle - The Mask of Orpheus (1997)
Modern Classical, Opera
its fine. its very long...
5

Variable Geometry Orchestra - Stills (2007)
EAI, Experimental Big Band, Free Improvisation
Big band improv is always a fun time, and Stills is no exception. It does come up lacking when compared to other large-scale improv I've heard, but it was a pretty enjoyable listen nonetheless. It's not as sweeping and impressive as a Butch Morris conduction, as complex and hard-hitting as a von Schlippenbach Globe Orchestra piece, or as boundary-pushing as a MIMEO recording, but it was still a fun listen. I think the biggest thing this album has going for it is the ocassional lulls into near-silence or into ambient soundscapes. They make a nice contrast with the Brotzmann octet-type "everybody's going crazy for a while" thing. I also enjoyed certain soloists' bebop tendencies. That's really rare to hear on free improv records.
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>>82058075
Various Artists (Improvised Music From Japan) - Improvised Music From Japan 2002-2003 (2002)
Onkyo, Free Improvisation
Another great comp from IMFJ! Toshimaru Nakamura's "Hank" is a comfy, quiet field recording with a little bit of distant guitar at the end. M-7's "7-5" (composed by Brett Larner) has seven musicians playing horrifying high notes on steel-string acoustic guitars. The piece by Masahiko Okura, Masafumi Ezaki, and Taku Unami is a great trio of classic Hibari-style onkyo. Haco's piece is similar to what's found on her album Stereo Bugscope 00. Tetuzi Akiyama's piece is a glitchy exploration of guitar sounds. Yoshio Machida's is a pleasant piece reminiscent of gamelan. The album ends off with a half hour of a Radu Malfatti and Taku Sugimoto duet. If you've heard material of these two working together in the past, you will know what to expect here: a lot of silence. Overall, it's a great collection of tracks, but that's to be expected, since the general calibur of musicians on here is so high. The only big downside is that the only appearance Ami Yoshida makes is in the cover art.
7

Mieczysław Weinberg - String Quartet No. 12, Op. 103; Piano Quintet, Op. 18 (1994)
Chamber Music, Modern Classical
This is a strange situation I'm in, with a bunch of chamber music bunched up at the end of the chart. It's a good thing I really like chamber music! Here we have two more pieces by Weinberg, and they're very nice. There's lots of nice little details, cool contrapuntal writing, interesting unexpected harmonies here and there. They're really fun. I kind of feel the pull to give this album an 8, but in the end, it feels a bit too attached to outmoded forms of composition; it pines for a tonal past too much for me to truly fall in love with it.
7
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>>82058093
Gregory Markopoulos - Twice a Man (1963)
New American Cinema | Queer Cinema
Markopoulos is a director I've been wanting to check out for a few weeks now, as he is mentioned in Susan Sontag's essay on Jack Smith's Flaming Creatures (also represented on this chart). This film is beautiful. Story wise, it appears to be about a man whose mother doesn't approve of his sexuality. She also appears to harbor some anti-Oedipal (not a D&G reference) tendencies towards him. This is all pretty vague, though. You have to piece it together yourself. It has some of the best editing I've seen in the New American Cinema style, putting a big emphasis on split-second cuts. These work really well to contrast different frames with one another, and the effect is compounded by the fact that almost every frame in this film is gorgeous. Actors are placed in front of large paintings, on roofs of buildings, gazing into mirrors, walking among 19th century furniture. A lot of emphasis is placed on showing dialogue, but we don't hear the words people say. The audio is comprised of three motifs: a recording of rainfall, clips of Romantic music, and disconnected, indiscernable monologue presumably delivered by the main character's mother.
8

Carolee Schneemann - Fuses (1967)
New American Cinema, Experimental | Non-camera Animation
To put it reductively, this is an arthouse sex tape. I wouldn't say it's pornographic at all, but the subject matter is explicitly these two people engaging in sexual activity. This is all with lots of quick edits and paint on the film. It's not quite Dog Star Man Part II, but it's still fun.
6
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I just realized there's a ton of stuff by Renaldo and the Loaf I haven't listened to

It's gonna be a fun week!
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>>82059257
I'd listen to Ronaldo's Loaf, if you know what I mean
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>>82058075
my man, you seem to have a typo on that Playtime rating
also is that a zombie spaghetti western
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>>82059400
I think it's a left for dead, buried in a shallow grave type deal
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dungeon synth
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I don't recall if I've posted this list in here already, but I'll post it because there seems several people who are into dance music/ambient are around now (maybe I just misremember old daily and there were always people who listened to this type of stuff).

Can you lads skim through the lineup of this fest and rec the really good stuff? I've been hearing some music from the artists whose name I recognised and I know like 40% of the lineup, but I'm afraid to lose a hidden gem, especially because it seems like I miss an artist I later discover and love every festival I go to.
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/dead/
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>>82062092
GRATEFUL DEAD PHISH BAD GOOD
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just drimkin a beerb
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GgDrr9fNA6U
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rPDylsg3sDI
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0sMirKhORtA

>>82062752
I'm sorry, I didn't get that gramps
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just went to another record store (it was great)
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>>82063279
you buy anything?
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ASS
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>>82063435
yeah, I got some Coltrane/McCoy stuff for only $9.
yesterday I got This is Our Music/new Hassell
last week I got Monks Dreams/old Hassell
i go to record stores too much
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i wish i had the money to buy vinyl
and don't you dare call me a commodity fetishist
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>>82064656
Amazing picks, damn
I haven't had any kind of cash flow for a while so I miss record shopping
Last thing I bought was Keith Jarrett's The Köln Concert while in Berlin like a month ago
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>>82065989
It's just all these fkn americans who can't defend it while europe is sleeping
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*plop*
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Avant-prog mixed with burmese classical music was way better than the genre tag makes it sound like

https://rateyourmusic.com/release/album/bang_on_a_can/bang_on_a_can_meets_kyaw_kyaw_naing/
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just say david byrne live, a BIG happy crunch rn
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>>82064876
one of these days i’ll catalogue my whole collection just for daily, I buy too many records man.
Nice! also recently picked up a Koln concert myself, OG german pressings are too rare over here in the US
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jimmy jazz
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ALL THE THINGS SHE SAID (all the things SHE SAID)
RUNNING THROUGH MY HEAD
RUNNING THROUGH MY HEAD
RUNNING THROUGH MY HEAD
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*sips*
Owls... now THAT was a meme!
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>>82069895
it was! new & old memes should b able 2 coexist
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it is good
https://rateyourmusic.com/release/album/trembling-strain/巫歌-fuka/
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good morning dog!
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cool & nice
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>>82071888
What did you think about Lenin?
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>>82071888
as a non german speaker i certainly missed out on a large and important part of the album but the vocal performances and songs were still enjoyable outside of the lyrical aspect. it sounds like a post punk revival band covering suicide or something. it was pleasant.
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>>82072147
>>82072132
oops
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Lenin. Good guy or bad guy?
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>>82072232
based in any case
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>>82071888
*sniff-sniff*
eww, whats that smell? arg gross its your taste!
haha
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>>82069895
This meme bad
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Good day /daily:!


Going to a wedding now, hoping for some Latvian folk stuff
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>>82072796
are you mad at me or something? >>82071774
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>>82072232
A bad guy, he beat his wife.
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>>82069885
THIS
IS
NOT
ENOUGH
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>>82068946
Just sit down and catalogue on discogs some weekend, it's very chill
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>>82072841
No buddy, I just didn’t see it. I’m phone posting!
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>>82073110
oh okay! well i hope you have a great rest of your day!
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>>82073096
great song
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>>82073128
Hell yeah. When I was on your website had like 5 CDs in the car and that was one of them, we listened to it alot
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>>82073221
LMAO I have no idea what my auto-correct did. I meant to say "When I was on tour this summer"
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>>82071888
AWESOME, you're doing great picks
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>>82073128
Thank you! I wish you a fantastic day as well!
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goddamn man memes fucking suck
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>>82068898
what a good stageplay
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turns out the topsters album database isn't so gud after all. I'm finding that a lot of smaller label dance music releases aren't usually on there.
if only they fixed the manual insert covers not appearing bug this wouldn't be such an issue
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gbh
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dogs be like woof lol
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>>82072763
*snap*
*sip*
Ahhhh...
October 2nd... now THAT was a day!
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True Satanic Black Metal are bands such as Darkthrone, Aryan Satankampf, Graveland, the Gestapo 666, Satanic Warmaster, Beherit and Impaled Nazarene. You can listen to Ghost if you want, but you do not understand anything about the real Hitleric Nazi Black Metal. You are just a poser and you can fuck off the whole scene. Black Metal is real music, not intended for animals like you, but the real Satanic Misanthropists who do not care about people like you dampers.

Black Metal is music for the elite and you do not understand it. None of you understand the real Satanism. You ridiculous little kids. Our worldview is based on Wotanic Hitlerism, on a personal level satanic individualism, collective level Hitleric Fascism. Without an understanding of the theoretical occultism, it is useless to dream of understanding the Wotanic worldview. None of you can understand Wotanism, for you are all intellectually earthworms. You can not reach the elite level of Satanism, so why even you dream about it. Satanism and Black Metal are the elite. For real misanthropists
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>>82072701
Rude
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What, you think you can come onto my board and post about how you've just heard No-Input Mixing Board for the first time? Okay, kid. I've been hunting down Utah Kawasaki's lost '94-'95 cassettes for years, and you're going to tell me about the cool Otomo Yoshihide record you just downloaded off soulseek. What has this site come to where onkyo poseurs are flooding in from all sides? Real onkyo fans have heard every release from Ami Yoshida, Takahiro Kawaguchi, and Junji Hirose. Real fans sit in their room and pretend that the ambient noise is a cover of Takefumi Naoshima et al's Septet. Real fans deliberately get tinnitus to get the Sachiko M experience 24/7. We don't cater to people putting Good Morning, Good Night in their chart to get "cred" or people listening to Opposite because they think it's cute. If you're not studying the fourier transforms of Stereo Bugscope 00, if you wouldn't buy a nice set of speakers so you can properly experience Low Frequency Observed At Maguchi Bay, if you wouldn't fly to Tokyo just to hear Tetuzi Akiyama pluck one string, I've got news for you. You're a fake fan.
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>>82046181
shit taste bro

get some taste dude
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>>82079741
>no mention of Magenta Circuit
who's the real poseur
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>>82076242
are you using topsters2/neverendingchartrendering? it works on there ofr sure
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>>82079741
lol saved
do one for reggaeton
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>>82081299
you'd have to get yamir to do that for you. i know absolutely nothing about reggaeton
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>>82081299
That text doesn't really translate well to reggaeton desu. Pretty different contexts.
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>>82081370
make everyone in daily do a copypasta for their favorite genres/artists or get booted from the chart
>>82081679
i just wanted a funny meme :(
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did somebody say plug?

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


>>82076242
topsters and topsters2 both have this problem, but topsters2 is better about it desu

>>82078245
fish be like glub glub lol

>>82064870
buys CDs instead my dude

>>82068115
I should go see these guys some time, they seem to be playing all the time in nyc
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ya get in plug, losers
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>>82071888
>so bad you grey’d it out
not a fan of post-bop? or maybe just this specific post-bop?
I still need your 20 albums for my drone too
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>>82083853
i just forgot to put the gray on the other one, it was like 4am
i enjoy post bop. this album did not leave very much of an impression on me.
i'm working on it
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>>82040741
check this out
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bump
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>>82085024
hoo boy
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>>82082948
or let's just sync players, is better
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schumacher happy iff listening to onkyo

this listenalong rules btw
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>>82087758
How come there's no Onkyo besides Japanese Onkyo? Shit's racist.
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>>82087927
there's one swedish onkyo....
https://rateyourmusic.com/release/ep/hampus_gronvall/magenta_circuit/
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Nick Drake Bryter Layter
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>>82087758
shoe what do you do when you listen to Onkyo? gotta be jarring to put on if you’re trying to read or something
>>82083907
ah that’s a shame, pretty much did the opposite for me. Oh well, “days without reccing lamb boring stuff” is back to 0.
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>>82081370
lol, poseur
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>>82088161
onkyo's actually some of the best music for me to read to because 1. it's a comfortable genre for me and 2. it has a relatively low amount of information to it so it doesn't end up being distracting
the only time it's an issue is when i already have a headache and there's lots of high-pitched stuff in the music
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X1DVnzvUxfY
shits clicked
bangers indeed
fucks indeed
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>>82040741
Legit surprised at this. Incredibly similar tastes, and I didn't expect to see Ultralyd and Kairon; IRSE! (both have been pretty much daily listening for me for a long ass time lmao)

Have you listened to Ruination yet? I thought it was almost as good as Ujubasajuba, although it somewhat drifted out of shoegaze.
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>>82088511
Also to add to this, another good band that I discovered through Kairon; IRSE! (also released through svart records) is the band Virta. Similarly to Ultralyd, the drummer is a monster.
https://youtu.be/wSPZeDwOcwo
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nice & cool

>>82088161
don't feel too bad

>>82087927
japanese are the superior race
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>>82088925
t. Netto-uyoku-kun
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>>82088925
i wonder if you'll like Bushido more... it's less pure synth like Cybernetika
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one more bump before beddie bye time
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I'm at my parents house for Father's Day so tourny still on hold for a bit.

>>82063268
Always got some time for a Krome & Time choon. Never let down so far.
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bump
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>>82091764
do you ever shut the f**k up?
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>>82091991
heck off
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Good morning, did I miss anything?
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>>82088057
Dick Lake Brighter Later
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>>82042326
why isn't it okay to support them? who he raped is inconsequential to me and pretty much anyone else who enjoys his music
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bump
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Forgot to post the week chart yesterday. Not many releases this week, and I heard like 10 releases not on the topsters DB.

>>82080889
ye, when I render the png the manually inserted covers go missing :(

>>82082768
I'm not really a CD guy, if I were to get into physical music collecting it would be vinyl 100%
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>>82094663
was this your week? How is that rhythmic theory release? looks pretty awesome.
Nice Mariah too, you heard the rest of shimizu’s stuff from the 80s?
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bump
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Finally saw Heriditary, was a bit letdown desu. Ultimately doesn’t avoid the genre pitfalls it sets out to avoid (in lieu of jump scares, it thrives on gore). Comes across as especially derivative of this new horror canon, which I admittedly like, but doesn’t offer any unique angle. Takes the easy, supernatural way out at most every turn at the expense of any deep meaning. Stetson score was awesome though.
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>>82094663
That Plasticman is nuts.

>>82097333
>Takes the easy, supernatural way out at most every turn at the expense of any deep meaning.
consider the following
>film called Hereditary
>history of schizophreny in the family
>nothing supernatural actually happens, it's all just internal spiralling
That would explain why the father was so skeptic

but yeah that score was a fucking home run, Stetson should do more jobs like that.
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>>82097448
Yeah I’ve read that theory too. I think a lot more could have been developed if that’s the intended angle. Otherwise, that’s essentially “it was all a dream”
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>>82041565
>>82041443
why do you hate bakunin?
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>>82097635
hmm gonna check out that weebcore album ig
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/week/
was this any different from my previous week? probably not
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>>82097333
>people are still taking the seance scenes at face value
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>>82097333
using tropes or being derivative of trends doesnt make a bad movie, or album, or anything
is stetson like the new zach hill or what, the hipsterbait instrumentalist
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>>82098255
I get that the line between real and supernatural is obfuscated, but there are either supernatural elements or the movie has unaddressed plot holes
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>>82098372
I didn’t say that, did I? Did you read the second clause of that sentence? Don’t give a shit about what you think is hipster bait, I just said the score was cool
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>>82046452
>iCarly
kek
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>>82046452
Cool. Crown the Empire are fantastic. Mb tell em, power metal and alt rock, but yeah then again who rly cares
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>>82098380
Which ones exactly? I dont really remember anything that makes it plot holey to agree there's no supernatural stuff actually ocurring.
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>>82098393
You made it sound like you more than implied that, not my fault. I think its supposed to be metaphorical from the perspective of the mother who doesnt understand why her family is falling apart so she blames demons n stuff, so what rod said also Nothin wrong w the its all a dream explanation per say even if its cheap but there is sth wrong w plothole nitpickers
Idc if you liked the score stetson is hacks.jpg tier
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>>82099193
Who Joan was, for example, if we’re to believe that was all a hallucination.
>>82099306
Totally understood. I’m not a nitpicker of plot holes, only of heavy-handed manipulation and left-field resolutions. And it’s a film score, it either helps the film or doesn’t, hack is a made up distinction
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>>82099306
Btw I think the metaphorical viewpoint is even more horrific because then the start of it all was just an accident. No one provoked it, it was just a terrible accident.

>>82099542
Joan never acts weirdly though, she's probably someone like Annie, who lost someone close and clung to anything that brought comfort. The pictures of her with Annie's mother could be Annie seeing things, since her husband doesn't believe on it and he's the closest to a reliable source of info we have, plot-wise.
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>>82099608
Yeah but then that would make the seance scene in joan’s apartment completely fabricated. Which is why I think it was too heavy handed with its manipulation to deliver on this subjective premise.
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>>82099748
Yeah it's the hardest piece to fit in that theory but it could be attributed to both women wanting to believe to alleviate the grief process.
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>>82099834
Yeah, I actually didn’t dislike the movie as much as it’s seeming right now btw, just thought it had some tough flaws
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why is the archive down
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listening to denpa... it's well made but thinking about weebs is dampening the experience
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>>82099942
Then think about animes, as weebs do
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>>82099942
“But I don't want to go among weaboos," Alice remarked.
"Oh, you can't help that," said the Cat. "We're all weaboos here. I'm a weeb. You're a weeb."
"How do you know I'm a weaboo?" said Alice.
"You must be," said the Cat, "or you wouldn't have come here.”
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>>82095378
ye.

>How is that rhythmic theory release? looks pretty awesome.
It is pretty great, as all of his releases so far. Love the sound he found for himself.

>Nice Mariah too, you heard the rest of shimizu’s stuff from the 80s?
I found that album at random, I am not familiar with the band members and associated projects, but I liked it enough to listen to some more.

>>82097448
it sure is. throw me some instrumental grime recs anbro!

>>82097724
he was destroyed by logic and facts by pic related
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>>82100423
I actually have very little grime in my collection, most vocal. I do have a Wiley instrumentals comp that has some of his classics, maybe its up your alley.
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>>82100423
yeah, and marx was destroyed by facts and logic, seeing that all attempts to capture the state and use it to abolish it failed, creating new ruling class in place of bourgeoisie. Bakunin basically described the future and the Soviet Union in his critique of Marx, knowing that a state needs a ruling class, and that the ruling class won't want to lose it's power.
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>>82100628
it was a meme you dip.
but ye, really deep take on state socialism there, bud.
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hello some quick thoughts

>St. Vincent - Strange Mercy
Pretty good. Decent pop that's elevated by some great guitar work, almost Gang of Four like in it's shitty but not sound. 3.5/5

>Oneohtrix Point Never - Replica
Also pretty good. The wistful vibe did drag me in but a couple of the tracks drift into boredom. 3.5/5

>Grateful Dead - Europe '72
Yeah, I get why people like them now. 4/5

>Jandek - Ready For The House
Awesome atmosphere but the lack of variation is too much at times. 3.5/5
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>>82101717
>in it's shitty but not sound
little brainfart there?
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>>82101824
nah, could maybe have said it better but that's p much what i meant, the 'shitty' almost artificial guitar sound
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What's daily listening to?

I'm going through some Answer Code Request tracks, his Techno sound is pretty refreshing.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HtrIXghp3aw
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zN-f7YeXwfE
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zxupk2z5lDc
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Hey everyone it's SUNDAY..... post em
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>>82102238
No I meant I didn't understood the sentence at first. I keep going back to Strange Mercy and the guitar sound didn't aged very well (specially when S/T has a better production) but songwriting is too good for me to lower my score.
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The Wonderful and Frightening World of The Fall is like top 3 Fall albums
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>>82102768
What did you think of drums of passion? My drum teacher gave me a copy waaaaay back when
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>>82102965
Yes, lay of the land slaps
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>>82103501
that might be my favorite song from them desu
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>>82102951
Daughter Of Darkness siblings

>>82102997
VERY good! Rhythmic and cool
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i know this gets asked alot, but do i need a vpn to use soulseek on campus?
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All what am I asking for is a vinyl rip of Colors please, is all what I need.
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>>82102768
Most of that is from Friday night since I did a 12-hour bus travel
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>>82104349
I use a mobile hotspot. I've gotten yelled at for it but I'm not exactly sure if it was soulseek or if i accidentally left a torrent seeding when i switched from hotspot back to school wifi. For what it's worth, I downloaded a ton of stuff on slsk for like a year and they never said anything
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busy with new dog and with work so no time available bad writing about bad listening.

still listening to a bunch of stuff but just don't feel like talking about it, so im not really reflecting on what im listening to, so it's kind of in one ear and out the other. ugh.

anyway, tell Mark And i'm not dead
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>>82105546
i miss you comet :(
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>tfw no one responds to your what is daily listening to posts
hold me crunch
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>>82106731
listenin to some dub techno to hopefully be able to read quicker
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>>82106731
Here’s what I’ve been up to for the last few months

>>82106626
Wha really
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final round

>>82106731
listening to pic related
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doink
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>>82107003
Oh you're the printed list dude! How's the mission going?

Btw do you have any other OMD in your schedule? Dazzle Ships should totally be there.
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>>82108569
Going well, the 80s are starting off strong. No other OMD I don’t think, but I’ll add that one on
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>>82098380
joan was in supernatural control the entire time. she just used the seance to play off their grief and make the mom (i forget her name rn don't worry about it) more susceptible as a host body.
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godDAMN this is some good techno

https://rateyourmusic.com/release/album/_unknown-artist/knowone-black-box/
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>>82109505
But we're talking about the plot interpretation that nothing was supernatural and Annie and her son were actually schizos like her brother and mother.
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>>82109638
i take it as they were probably schizos and the demon stuff was also real, suggesting that mental illness is a sort of demon that eats you away from the inside without your consent. the family in hereditary let their illness consume them on both the mental and spiritual level. it's a deeply pessimistic movie as far as plot goes, but it aims to put mental illness into words better than words can. there was never any hope for charlie. it ran in the family.
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NEW THREAD DO IT
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>>82110008
id rather do your mom
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>>82110017
Why do you have to be so mean :(
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>>82110031
she likes it haha
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>>82110056
Shut up you don't know my mom, you're just a troll >:(
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>>82110008
We ridin this one to the grave my man

>>82109804
Yeah it's damn dark indeed. It's been ages since a movie shocked me as much as Hereditary, probably it was when I first saw Funny Games.
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>>82110079
keep telling yourself that, NERD
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>>82110114
that one scene made me more upset than anything in recent memory
y'know
that one
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>>82110143
There were multiple people talking with friends in the screening I was, you know the 'hah look at that idiot' dudes that like to think themselves highly in horror screenings. I swear to God when THAT SCENE hits everyone shut up. Absolutely, for at least five minutes straight.
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>>82110174
had a similar experience, though my theater was really bad overall.
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>>82110143
yeah holy shit i think i started getting sore from how tense i was after that
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>>82110205
i can still hear the crying
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>>82110174
i saw the film twice, what scene are you talking about? because a few come to mind
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>>82110245
pole i'm assuming
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>>82110205
From that part onwards until the seance it also hit too close to me, the grief process portrayal was seriously on point.

>>82110245
The first shocking one, with Charlie and her brother.

>>82110241
Oh God no that was fucking intense. And there was no score, just the silence and then that scream.
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>>82110245
The ridiculously over the top accident
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>>82110245
yeah pole
definitely pole
>>82110281
there might have been a lil bit of stetson drone in there, but it wasn't much.
you just have to live with it.
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>>82110301
okay thats what i thought, but i thought you might be talking about the ending
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>>82110334
ending was rough too, but that was more for how it was shot. the shot in the bedroom is still shot of the year for me.
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>>82110360
hell yeah that and the final shot are amazing
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>tfw no civil place to discuss film in /tv/ like /daily/
Why even watch stuff

>>82110301
No I'm pretty sure there was no score, you could hear things like Peter's breathing and the bed squeaking lightly when he lays on it. Fuck I wish I had watched it twice in the cinema, the sound design was very good.

>>82110360
Yeah fuck did it took you some seconds to notice her in the back too? That was fucking scary.
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>>82110415
>Yeah fuck did it took you some seconds to notice her in the back too?
i had a great experience where you could hear different groups of people in the theater realize at different times and gasp. there were ripples of "huh? what's going on? oh my god." whispering all around
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>>82110415
>/tv/ will never divide into designated film and capeshit boards
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>>82110460
that wouldnt help honestly, that board is fucked beyond repair, any attempts at serious conversation about film are still awful. /mu/ is shit, but /tv/ is honestly way worse.
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>>82110515
the last actually interested /tv/ posters moved on to somewhere else, we're just here because music discussion is so splintered it's hard to have a single place for us all.
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making the new thread...
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