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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/: >>73927965
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first 4 faust
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Should I eat these?
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>>73954391
looks poisonous so yes
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>>73954391
it look like benis xD
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>>73954425
That's the aim
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>>73954336
Fucking delete this
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>>73954545
no
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What are you listening to tonight?
I'm listening to Terminal Tower again, why does urban loneliness sound so good? My Dark Ages is extremely underrated by the way
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join this tourn while I'm waiting for Huttoad

no one's guaranteed to get knocked out, get a 3/5 and ya stay in
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>>73954735
https://rateyourmusic.com/release/album/%D1%80%D0%B5%D0%B2%D1%8E/iv_88-v_89/

Imagine Talking Heads, but Bulgarian and with a vocalist that sounds like Jun Togawa
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>>73954735
ooooo fun
unwound - fake train
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>>73954782
this is me
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>>73954735
https://rateyourmusic.com/release/album/mohel/babylon_bypass/
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heyo it's ya boy swarthy
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Dubs decide which album i will listen next from here
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>>73954735
Larry Young - Unity
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>>73954735
i like the concept
https://rateyourmusic.com/release/album/nv_f1/binasu/
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>>73954816
aqsak
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>>73954735
Unnamed Trip's 2+ hour EAI album, right after I go through a bunch of Boomkat singles and EPs

>>73954735
https://rateyourmusic.com/release/album/ashra/new-age-of-earth/
i can't recc any good rock sooooo
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>>73954816
Sajjanu - Pechiku!!
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>>73954735
http://rateyourmusic.com/release/album/the_smoke_f2/the_smoke/

Yuh Yuh
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Hades Park
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>>73954735
reminds me i started a tourney on that premise but only heard 2 albums from it before giving up haha

>>73954816
tipographica
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>>73954734
revisiting meme - chitotetochi cuz i just want some comfy folk music while i chill and get ready for bed
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>>73954816
Tubular Bells
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>>73954816
trips and you never listen to music again
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>>73954885
wow
lucky :{}
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anyone know any music like that really nice vocal bit at the beginning of the faust tapes? asking for a friend.
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>>73954816
Comus
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>>73954735
why not. Lust for Youth - International
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>>73954816
aqsak
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>>73954735
Go Sailor s/t
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>>73954735
uuhhuuhuhuhuh
Cows - Peacetika
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>>73954735
https://rateyourmusic.com/release/album/blacksheep/blacksheep/
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Swans - Children of God (1987)
>post-punk, experimental rock

The perfect bridge between no wave Swans and gothic/post-rock Swans. Simplistic, stark brutality still seems to be the band's primary focus, continuing the sound perfected on the band's first four records. Tracks like "New Mind", filled to the brim with bone-rattling percussion and twangy vocals from Gira, end up as the album's best, the perfect summation of the band's years as a primitive no wave band. Tracks that take on a more long-winded sound, remiscent of the band's later years as a post-rock band, sometimes come off as overly affected, especially concerning Gira's hilariously off-putting vocals. There are certainly some highlights in this sound, like "Blind Love", but most other tracks in the sound are baby steps towards a much more fulfilling sound that Gira and co. would perfect later in their career. Their best album up to the point it was released, but they've certainly outdone themselves since.

3.0
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>>73955045
nat what the flipping heck is up

gimme that bcd 2 or 69 love songs review

the epic is neither as bad nor as good as anyone will tell you but it's mediocre for like three hours
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hot take: Psy is pretty good as far as radio pop goes.
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>>73955110
i will get on these as soon as possible

and man why the hell is the epic such a polarizing album
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>King Krule - King Krule
Not much to rescue to be honest, the beats are alright and the voice didn't feel polished yet but he tries to make the most out of it; just like Elias Ronnenfelt in some way, last track specially.
6.5+

>Jacques Brel - Jacques Brel 67
Something similar to what happened with Jorge Ben, it's all about the emotion of his interpretation and how consistent he is in giving a strong delivery song after song, the instrumentation helps a lot but nothing special to really focus on.
8-

wanted to do another but just got a message from my friend and he's coming to crack open a cold one
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This is actually a pretty decent album.
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>>73954735
Bodychoke - Cold River Songs
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>>73954735
The Books - The Lemon of Pink
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Hey /blog/

Long story short, I just finished all this garbage with my car. Drove up to LA yesterday, kicked it with my bud for the night, sold the old car this morning and drove all the way back down to San Diego. Good lord it was exhausting. I might actually be able to stop by here more often though now that everything is cleared up.

Also, if you like pointless rankings and / or an opportunity to shit on my taste, I just polished up the /mu/core chart and posted my vague rankings

https://rateyourmusic.com/list/woolite123/woolite-ranks-mu_core/
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>>73955282
>nothing special to really focus on
the lyrics tho
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>>73955462
you're gonna make me cry with that sing to god score
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>>73955462
>Grimes and Cardiacs scores
bahhahhahahah-
>Those Coil and TMBG scores
This is not ok
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i have listened to all good albums
what do i listen to now?
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>>73955498
sorry if my english didn't help to explain that, I was talking about the instrumentation, the lyrics and the interpretation really outclasses it
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>>73955462
oh god i just saw the song cycle and henry cow and residents ones too
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>>73955462
boy what the FUCK am I looking at
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>>73955561
the sounds of space
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Oops, pic related
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>>73955462
>all of this
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>>73955462
especially the part where pig destroyer and grimes are better than skinny fists
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>>73955524
>>73955571
If you couldn't tell based on the list, prog/experimental stuff, especially on the rock side of things is not really my thing.

>>73955541
:'(

>>73955581
>>73955612
Lmao I was very confused for a minute.

I didn't get the Parks hype oh boy. I kinda said earlier but prog isn't my thing and neither is experimental rock so that explains most of those rankings right there

>>73955661
Hot take - Skinny Fists is overblown, drawn out and uuuggggghhh it's so damn pretentious

That's not even one I can explain, it just annoys me and everyone else seems to love it
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>>73955599
its shit
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>>73955725
>Skinny Fists is overblown, drawn out and uuuggggghhh it's so damn pretentious
exactly what makes it good
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>>73955750
It found innovative new levels of pretentiousness.
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>>73955036
this album is kinda blowing my mind rn. thanks.
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>>73955725
it's okay
totally okay
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>>73955837
yes!
its a really special one
i'm glad you like it
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>>73955866
controlled chaos on this level is really hard to come across.
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Anyone want to give me a not so common but not bandcamp obscure album that will be memorable
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>>73956080
>>73955417
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>>73956080
>not so common but not bandcamp obscure
seems like a pointless restriction but okay, this has dozens of memorable moments
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>>73956080
that's like half the shit this general listens to
Hell - Hell III
is what I'm listening to rn, pretty obscure I guess, good so far
It's metal or post metal or some shit
>>73956176
no it doesn't
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>>73956176
I just don't want something I've already listened to or know about, I want something new. And bandcamp is 98% trash.

>>73956142
I'll check that out

Thanks to both
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>>73956204
I'll check that out too then
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>>73955462
Good shit as per usual
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>>73956204
smol breadbrain can't process a straightforward if slightly technical punk album baka gaijin
tho tbf this is prob catchier
>>73956210
but no one's listened to literally all the essentials and if a bc album wasn't memorable no one would recommend that to you anyways
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Ken Ishii - Jelly Tones (1995)
>detroit techno

Ishii's take on techno is a lot poppier and generally more light and present than I normally like the genre, but he pulls the unique take of with a lot of energy and playfulness. It's very simple, often too simple to engage the listener long enough to make these extended track lengths worthwhile, even if it's rather cute and precious in its own way. The title is really a perfect fit, these tracks move and bounce just like jelly. Similarly, their saccharine nature and lack of any real substance is a definite negative.

2.5+
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>>73956266
>A positive comment

Woah. Thank you man, glad you dug it!
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https://rateyourmusic.com/release/album/groupe-de-recherches-musicales-de-la-rtf/persepolis/

Is this 55:10 or 1:00:43? I keep finding it in both
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Bill Evans Trio - Sunday at the Village Vanguard (1961)
>cool jazz

Cements Evans as co. as the absolute masters of cool jazz. Every note played by every musician in the trio just absolutely reeks of sheer coolness. This performance is much less of a group effort than Waltz for Debby, with Evan's solos taking up much of the runtime here, but the trio's interplay is still absolutely mind-boggling, even if Evans is still very distinctly given the spotlight. Very unobtrusive, like a lot of Evans' work, and I'd like more input from LaFaro and Motian (who has the absolute best cymbal sound in jazz). These are just standard criticisms that come with cool jazz, though, and for the genre this is absolutely wonderful.

3.0+

>>73955462
very very good jazz and hip hop onions

those cap'n jazz and converge scores hurt me deep tho
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XXXTENTACION - Revenge (2017)
>southern hip hop, trap rap

XXX is obviously a really polarizing personality (the dude's an edgy piece of shit), but listening to this is's honestly hard to deny that he has talent, he's just really awful at utilizing that talent. His attempts at slowcore/post-hardcore are actually not as bad as they should be, and his trap rap benefits from massive beats and frantic delivery. The main problem here is that XXX can't sustain a song beyond one simple idea, leaving most of his tracks to stay restricted to a single loop, minus some variation. The beats bang, but they're so mind-numbingly repetitive that they get sickening, and the impassioned post-hardcore ("King") simply consists of one looped heavy guitar bit coupled with screaming. XXX is also not a terribly skilled rapper. He's got some bars on "Slipknot", but he's easily outclassed by his guests here, especially Ski Mask (on the album's finest track "RIP Roach". I hate this dude, and I kinda hate this tape, but I think he can actually do something good.

0.5+
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pic
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>>73956708
Thanks man! Glad you took the time to give it a look. I've found that I agree with most people on jazz/hip-hop and it's probably cause they're two of my favorite genres.

I figured the emo/prog/metal scores would probably be the most controversial cause I don't know much about any of those genres compared to others. Oh well
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VjDwit8ryEA
Is this the greatest song of all time?
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>>73956901
I will agree with him, hip-hop and jazz are your strong suits, but Tribe? Their best (Midnight Marauders, let's be honest) is only a 8/10. But two as 10/10?

W R O N G
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>>73956901
I suppose I'll put one of those together when I finish the /mu/core, and I bet our hip hop rankings will be very similar, save for the fact that Wu-Tang is my favorite thing on there.
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>>73955462
Rec me for my tourn or I shall also bully you for some of these scores

(Why'd you not like gun club tho)
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>>73957079
Tribe is probably the first hip-hop group I ever heard and liked, so their stuff has this special place in my heart honestly. I think they're really damn solid but nostalgia puts them over the place

>>73957090
I'm looking forward to reading it! I think that Wu album is great but it's never been *that* album for me if that makes sense.

>>73957127
Idk I loved Meat Puppets II which has a similar thing going on from what I remember - so I'm definitely gonna have to go back more and see if it grows on me!

Also, my rec is Ornette Coleman - This Is Our Music!
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>>73954735
Wise Blood - id
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>>73954735
https://caoutchou.bandcamp.com/album/mosisac
sorry
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>Silvia Ocougne & Chico Mello - Musica Brasisleira De(s)composta
>Samba, Microtonal

This takes the elements you'd expect for Samba, and throws them onto a plate separately like retardedly fancy plating at a high-end restaurant.

Microtonal works very well on acoustic instrumentation, when it's especially difficult to perform. On a surface level it sounds simple, atonal strumming, but even in the melodic and slow portions of a song like Bebe, there are irregularities for a listener to pick out, like colored stones on a beach. 'Cept this beach seems to extend on forever, the sky is completely empty, and the waves of the sea come and go as they please.

It's this kind of music that is especially good at forming a surreal atmosphere, among the technical workings of the performers. Expect aspects of whispered and meek singing, instruments echoing within an empty concert hall, and silences that choke breaths.

6+/10

>Flux Quartet - Morton Feldman: String Quartet No. 2
>Modern Classical

I'm no historical musical buff, and much of my opinion comes from emotion, production, and context. When I compare the likes of Feldman with someone like Sachiko M., I am limited to comparing textures, what little structure is present, and the history behind each piece. While you could call both musicians adjoined to the Minimalism movement, there's a great pleasure in realizing just how divergent each one's ideas are from each other.

Feldman's approach is greater in scale and much more sublime. This piece was described to be based on the patterns of antique turkish rugs. They were symmetrical, but with minute differences on each side being that they were antique and imperfect.

The easiest way for me to imagine this is Feldman painstakingly traversingeach line, each design on the rug. He takes his time on each shape, which is why each string phrase repeats for a handful of measures before moving onto a new concept.

Way easier to listen to than Eintstein on The Beach, too.

7+/10
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>>73957843
>MIMEO - Lifting Concrete Lightly
>EAI

Almost 2 and a half hours of live improv.

It begins with the sound of conversation and high frequencies, that seem to love obscuring the rumbles and growls of other all 7 musicians. From there, the sounds fall from every electronic under the sun. Any amount of work could have been taken from this and compressed into an album, but it wasn't, and we're left with a massive pallette of noises, playing with each other.

Is this the abridged version of Noise and Drone?

8/10

>Amon Duul II - Yeti
>German Prog Rock

>La Petite Bande - JS Bach: Matthaus-Passion
>Baroque Classical

It's music for just two chapters of the Bible, Matthew 26 and 27, AKA the Last Supper. Really just an enjoyable performance, with a considerably small orchestra and choral section given the subject. Seems a draw for this album is that since the solo vocalists are also a part of the choir, it feels more genuine, rather than the normal solo + some choir in the back setup. The choice of organ in particular is lovely.

7/10
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>>73957858
oops ignore Amon Duul II - Yeti

and the score for MIMIO
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Good morning /daily/!

Another Sunday, another plane to catch! Today I'm going to France!

Gonna pack some albums with me to keep up my daily quota. Mostly classical that I missed this year.

What are you guys up to?
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i can't believe i slept in til 5pm
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>>73958672
M A D L A D
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>mfw new John Frusciante track is a big EAI jerk fest
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>>73958977
Nothin wrong with a little beep bloop if I do say so myself
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>>73959072
oh it's a great track! If you go listen to it on YT everyone seems so butthurt lol
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New Godspeed out September 22
It's called Luciferian Towers
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>>73954816
>no one's got dubs yet
let me help you out
etron fou le loublan
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Good-morning /daily/, how are you all doing on this auspicious day? Tried the following albums;

Ogre You Asshole - s/t. Sounds very much like an early Modest Mouse album given the guitar distortions and string bending (to a lesser capacity, granted), uses somewhat pop-like samples which greatly compliment tracks such as タニシ, really enjoyed this thing.
>HAIM - Days Are Gone (Deluxe Edition). Really love Falling, a very funk-inspired indie-pop track that draws very much on Michael Jackson to make a particularly fun and catchy song, its a shame the rest of the album doesn't compare and is unfortunately front-loaded. Although the guitar solo on Go Slow gives a nice change of pace when the album is really in need of it.
>HAIM - Something To Tell You. This album is slightly more consistent though isn't as good overall, the energetic power ballads and funk is completely gone more or less replaced with a much slower tempo all around and very few decent hooks, which for an album of this type makes it sorely lacking. Still enjoyed some of the later tracks, especially Found It In Silence.

>>73959072
>that pic
kek

>>73954816
Mike Keneally - The Universe Will Provide.

>>73958359
Not much, watched Tokyo Story yesterday, that was one God-tier film.

>>73958672
How is that even possible? Does the Sun not wake you up?
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anybody got that daily pic with all the users as anime personalities?
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Some picks from the chart:

>Martin Dupont • Hot Paradox
1.5
Derivative over-produced tedious Post-Punk/Coldwave ('Pressure', 'Inside Out' are great tho).

>Mylène Farmer • Ainsi soit je…
3.0
Great Synthpop post-Kate Bush with dated synthetic production is dated and a weak second half (the tacky Sylvie Vartan cover, the cringy innuendos, the final instrumental). Fans of Strawberry Switchblades or Shelleyan Orphan should check this: Mylène was hot, and the light Goth/Baroque touches are great.
Also, top-tier videoclips:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L0DwIefImuA
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d03wJOgoq1k
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JqWGA5xQYqA
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rhyGmjxjyzo

>Mano Negra • Puta's Fever
3.0
Like a condensed, joyful, "World" version of The Clash' Sandinista.

>MC Solaar • Qui sème le vent récolte le tempo
3.5
Classic Jazz Hop despite the antiquated jazzy samples and some weak verses.

>Noir Désir • Tostaky
3.0
CLASSIC French dadrock ('Tostaky' is still awesome). Their later albums are more interesting.

>Hector Zazou • Chansons des mers froides
2.5
Really cool (if 'Vespertine' was made in 1994 by This Mortal Coil: there are plenty of Goth/1980's artists featurings) but sterile.

>Jean-Louis Murat • Dolorès
3.5
Each tracks sounds a bit same-y (laid-back beats, mid-tempos, cold synths, poetic lyrics, cool voice): Murastango is better.

>IAM • L'École du micro d'argent
4.5
Damn, why nobody told me this was _that_ good. Sick samples too.

>René Aubry • Plaisirs d'amour
2.5
Yann Tiersen but less toy instruments and more sappy chords: what's the point…

>Christophe • Comm'si la terre penchait
4.0
More arty Chanson, with Trip-Hop touches; ' Aimer ce que nous sommes' is better, but 'Comme…' is fairly good.

>>73958359
Where are you gonna go in France? you're lucky: it's sunny AF this week.
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>Duo Exchange
Sum free ass jazz with really good drum solos (although the drumming was not very captivating in some sections where the sax would steal the spotlight) and some p cool sax segments. Between the exciting bits there is some "filler" but it seems to be improv, so it's expected.

3/5

Torts wins. gib rec.
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Haven't had time to listen to new music in months and now checking out the new Richard Dawson album and its nice

>>73954391
look like semilanceata but the sides of the caps look off as well as the stalks to an extent, probably not unless you got more pics or are really bored

>>73958672
good, its the only thing worth doing
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>>73959896
Is there a higher res copy of this?
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>>73960712
Yes, though the file size is too large to upload, thus I always have to set the size to 60% and turn it into a jpg.
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>>73960724
Shit - would it be too big a pain for you to upload it to Dropbox, Drive, or Mega? If not that's cool.
The album choices look really good.
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Score Update
Calling Out Letov, need you to up all the weird foreign shit on here, can't find it
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>>73960760
Dang
Or provide links, whatevs
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>>73960683
Didn't think they looked right either, plus that's all that there was here. I was sure I'd found some pan. subbs here recently, but they weren't active or I fucked up drying them or dosing them or something.
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>>73960751
https://mega.nz/#!odEEURQa!Fyv4Odhk0f7CuqnO3wRMD5Mh8f9TZU_SRb4mu1xxy1I

I think I pasted it right, never used MEGA to upload anything before, got the original version without all the frames.
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>>73960871
You're the fucking man! This is a good-ass list.
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>>73960884
Thanks anon, hope you enjoy your day!
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Other than Peasant is there any other new release or new daily meme album I should check out from the past months? Finally coming back to normal life and normal memes so im on the lookout.

>>73960779
Cant say much about subbs cause they dont grow wild here but with lib caps can really vary in appearance according to their maturation and humidity, I had ones that looked nothing like they should but I knew they were the right ones cause I saw them days before looking textbook but didnt have time to pick.

In general besides the nipple on the cap dark soft and relatively thick gills are good sign theyre the right ones as well as a woody texture on the stems. On the pic you posted the stem looks very transparent and the gills on the sides odd so good choice not trying them. Are you sure its season yet where you are for them? It's looking pretty dry, here it wont start for another 3 weeks or so and here summer ends really quickly.
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>>73960224
It's a pretty solid duo. Ali also did one with Coltrane on Interstellar Space, in case you feel like listening to more.
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>>73960979
You heard the new Necks album? Or Angles 9? People dig these.

Yeah, good tip. It's been really rainy here--mostly just an extended spring, really, so I see what shows up after rainy patches in my big yard. Do you generally see a lot up there?
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The Children of Sunshine - Dandelions
[1971]

Cute folk pop songs sung by a couple of 8 year olds, probably the daughters of the people who wrote this. There's a certain level of weirdness going on but it's a nice record, don't expect anything mindblowing.

6.5
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>>73961046
Nope and nope ill check them both out, thanks.

Starting mid august or whenever the temperatures start dropping until it gets too cold we see a lot pop up. Lots on yards as well as areas where animals come around to, very large amounts in places which tick both those criteria. Also from experience they like strange areas you wouldn't expect them in. Grassy roundabouts and the like on the roadside attract a lot here, especially the roundabouts so if there are any around where you are they're worth checking out. Either way since you got a big yard you have a decent chance of them popping up some time if they're known to appear in the area.
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>>73961034
is it more "restrained" than Duo Exchange? I felt like it was "too free" to my current taste
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>>73960775
oh yeah what next
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>>73961182
It' what you'd expect from an hour of free jazz, if you want something more structured go look elsewhere.
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>>73961272
I don't mean to say all free jazz is to free, I kno wwhat you mean from an hour of free jazz and I like plenty of those types of tracks.
but I felt that Duo Exchange was even less structured than usual. maybe it was the fact that there were only two players, idk
I'm not being very descriptive, but I hope you understand what I mean
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>>73961309
It's most likely because of all the space there is, just two players that often let the other improvise alone by himself and I don't think Interstellar Space will be much more different, it still feels like the music is floating somewhere without much form.
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Good morning mofockas. Watched Taxi Driver yesterday with gf, shit was Bickle fucked in the head and New York a shithole back then. Am I needed in any tourney?

>>73939155
shortparis - Пacхa, very synth-y coldwave. One of my top 2017 picks so far.
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I got carried away. In case it seems like I didn't like it, I did.

>Richard Dawson - Peasant (2017)

Yeah, yeah, like other people have pointed out, it sounds like X, Y, and Z. I also think it has unique elements, or rather, that it combines familiar elements (Comus, The Incredible String Band, et al, maybe a bit of Neutral Milk Hotel and Microphones too) in a somewhat unique way. These progressive folk acts often have a bit of traditional folk influence anyway. Likewise, the lyrics focus on medieval tropes about villages and ogres--I don't doubt it's a thorough story, and his voice is certainly well-suited, but it feels a bit too cosmetic for me to look into too much.

Richard Dawson either doesn't have a great knack for writing melodies or doesn't want to here. As one reviewer has pointed out, he has this unfortunate habit of matching nearly all of his vocal melodies to his guitar part. Every single instance of him breaking this habit pays off and is memorable. The true opener, "Ogre", is one of the most memorable songs I've heard from this year and explodes toward the end with this benevolent choral melody. It truly is experimental in a way that feels much less composed and thought through than a Joanna Newsom album (which some have drawn comparisons to), but still less otherworldly than melodies Sun City Girls would come up with.

All things considered, I think the true draw is the instrumentals. The band that backs Dawson are the unsung heroes here. They have this great way of building tension all throughout the album and laying down layers upon layers of strings so masterfully over Dawson's melodies in a way that creates droning soundscapes out what might otherwise be quaint songs. "Hob" is a great example of the depth this band is capable of adding to these songs. Listen and see how many stringed instruments you can point playing these independently and freely improvised parts that magically seem necessary to the song.
6.5/10
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>>73957874
that mimeo album is so nice.
>>73960083
the format of separation by dots looks really nice.
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>Coby Sey – Whities 010
A really solid EP. On the 5 tracks Sey from sings or has an almost rap like flow with his mumbled delivery buried beneath hazy electronic beats. The RA review said that this EP took 3 years to make, and it shows in the details of the tracks and even the all-round flow of the release.
3.5
>Lanark Artefax – Whities 011
Pretty uneven overall but it does have some solid high points. Touch Absence is the centrepiece and it’s a really great track, everything works well, the synth melody in particular is fantastic. The rest of the EP doesn’t quite reach the same heights and the jump cut like drum patterns get a bit nauseating. That being said, there’s a lot of potential here.
2.5

I need some ideas for my next chart, I'm thinking of doing something similar to this Whities one but with Giegling or another label, but I might just do a standard free form chart, I'm not too sure
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>>73955372
"My Eyes" is a banger
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>>73958672
Same here
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>>73954336

Well Aloysius Scrimshaw creates sounds in a realm that is diametrically opposed to that of comfort....

This should be an appropriate offering...

>The Dead Musician

https://youtu.be/NeWtHbtCwpA

https://youtu.be/sAly2KKMoPk
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>>73962346
ok aloysius
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What is your all time favorite jazz album /daily/? Wanna get back into it.

>>73961376
that's a great way to put it.
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>>73962759
a love supreme is the jazz record I like the most, but as a whole i personally don't like the genre much (yet)
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>>73962759
My favorite jazz is My Favorite Things
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>>73962759
i dont have a solid favorite yet but i listened to sun ship the other day and it blew my fuckin mind
out to lunch and otomo yoshihide - dreams are favs too
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>>73962759
found this one last night. been listening to it a lot.
https://rateyourmusic.com/release/album/blacksheep/blacksheep/
i can get you a link if needed.
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>>73963050
me btw
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>>73962759
that mingus record
you know, the one with the guy
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>>73962759
have you heard of charlie migos?
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>>73962759
I still haven't found a 9/10 jazz album.
https://rateyourmusic.com/release/album/roland_kirk/the_inflated_tear/

>>73963067
Is it on slsk?
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Loving men doesn't make me a fag when I identify as a girl.
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>>73962759
Probably sanders' karma, he's definitely my fav jazz guy for consistency anyway
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>>73963146
yes.
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>>73962759
A Love Supreme (really, plenty of Coltrane albums from the 60s), Astigmatic, Space Is the Place, a toss up between a few Miles albums (Agharta maybe?), Unity is a new one for me
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>>73962759
At the Mountains of Madness
Dark Magus
Science Fiction (Coleman)

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>>73963146
>still haven't found a 9/10 jazz album
listen to black saint stupid
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rec me
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>>73963413
Ugh fine
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>>73963454
Jeff Magnum and His Neutral Milk Hotels - In An Airplane Over The Ocean
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>>73963455
this is not a burden but a blessing
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>>73963468
stop posting
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>>73963486
no
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>>73963468
dude it's Inside of the Whirlibird Above the Lake what are you on
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look im actually doing a chart

gonna start using this -, ~, + thing on my ratings also wew

(1/2)

Dag Nasty - Can I Say

Can I say that this record is p damn good.

That was an awful way to start any kind of writing of course but shitty joke or not, what I've said still stands. It is p damn good. On this record, the classic punk sound meets its future branch emo. Punk however, shows it face more here clashing with ear pleasing melodies and emotional lyrics. It's not really something I'd listen to if I was really deep in an emo mood desu but if I was in a very punk one I'd definitely do it. Maybe that'll change with more listens though? Either way, it's a pioneering record and hasn't lost its touch. 3.5.

The Brave Little Abacus - Just Got Back From the Discomfort - We're Alright

Not the typical emo album. It subverts expectations in various ways making it a rather experimental release for its genre. Among these unorthodox elements that struck me were the use of more than just the typical rock band set up, the varied sound of the album and the music's interesting structures. While this can definitely be a problem for some, I'd say it added to my enjoyment of the album. I have to say though, there were times were it irritated me or merely fell flat thus making it a bit boring. P good nonetheless. 3.5-.

Petit Printemps - Demo

Not my thing desu. The music often felt pretty typical and when it wasn't, the more interesting moments weren't even that great. I get the feeling that the poor recording quality of the release really had an impact on that though. The band's power probably would've been much better felt if it wasn't for the quality which could've allowed this to get a 2.5 or maybe a 3. Unfortunately that just isn't the case here. 2+.
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>>73963624
(2/2)

The Hated - Like the Days

Hot damn this is good shit. I always like it when emo can be unpredictable with just the simple band setup and this does it. Great songwriting that almost seems to take a bit from the indie rock of the time but has a fantastic punk touch to it that really let's it shine. Watch me move this up into my favorites within the next few days. 3.5+.

also, Hilary Hahn Plays Bach rating went from 3.5+ to 5+ cause hell yeah
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still need recs from:
Ice Wizard
Borzoi
s
Jim Jazz
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listenalong:
https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLjuZcb_Uxq-EWUADX1JPC2yHlxDqTmK7X
>>73963697
what
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>>73963479
Finished it up. I love how its a wordless story album, but it's not a 9.
Of course it had 9/10 arrangement, but it really could have used some memorable melodies/themes. Only the final track approaches that well.
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>>73963874
you heard me
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>>73964071
>could have used some memorable melodies/themes
shit man the second track gets stuck in my head all the time what are u on about
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>>73964117
I've memorized the majority of my 9/10's, or they left a big enough impact that I keep revisiting them (Bum Tickley Starsailor, or Nicolas Collins)

For my three 10/10's, I can p much listen to the whole album in my head

I'll just wait to listen to it in a different time and see if it sticks better
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>>73964219
Boy do I have your next 10/10
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>>73964071
ha ha my dude you are listening to jazz in a way that's not conducive to appreciating jazz
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>>73964288
How so

>>73964258
why is there a version with frog dick on this cover
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>>73964362
it's not about bein catchy or melodic (despite the fact that black saint is one of the catchiest and most melodic jazz albums i've heard)

idk maybe you'd like Let My Children Hear Music more the first track on there is earwormy as hell and also like maybe the greatest jazz song ever
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>>73964077
what do you even like
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I'M GONNA NEED 5 CHAMBER MUSIC RECS STAT
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>>73954897
I'm the best 8)
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>>73963624
o it seems I didn't use a ~ at all

guess that's not part of my system

kinda useless anyway
>>73963874
>tfw have to wait till Wednesday to do this because beach trip
can't wait to watch these things tho
>>73964362
>>73964401
highly rec Let My Children Hear Music desu

some kinda question why I prefer it over Black Saint but I think about it this way

Black Saint is a fantastic and well written story told through jazz but LMCHM is several ones packed into one album
>>73964460
https://rateyourmusic.com/release/album/ensemble-intercontemporain-pierre-boulez/boulez-conducts-boulez-le-marteau-sans-maitre-derive-1-and-2/
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>>73964460
music from the penguin cafe orchestra
for philip guston
crippled symmetry
thats all i got
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>>73964401
>it's not about bein catchy or melodic
A fantastic album can be complex AND have resonant melodies. Why wouldn't that apply to jazz? An 8/10 is a good score.

>>73964513
Yeah I'll give it a shot

>>73964460
https://rateyourmusic.com/release/album/colin-stetson/new-history-warfare-vol-2-judges/
https://rateyourmusic.com/release/album/nils-frahm/spaces/
https://rateyourmusic.com/release/album/rachels/systems_layers/

Penguin Cafe sucks btw
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>>73964546
u sucks btw
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>>73964401
>haha ur listen to it wrong
Explain what is good about it
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>>73964513
>>73964517
>>73964546
thanks,
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>>73964565
o geez

The only Penguin Cafe album I heard was this and it was super boring
https://rateyourmusic.com/release/album/penguin-cafe/a-matter-of-life/
What do you suggest I hear from their Orchestra :^)
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>>73964423
everything including rap & country
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>>73964608
>its chamber pop
i havent heard it but yikes
https://rateyourmusic.com/release/album/penguin-cafe-orchestra/music-from-the-penguin-cafe/
i havent heard much chamber music but i honestly love this one. it gets pretty experimental but its pretty mellow and fun too. also "the sound of someone you love whos going away and it doesnt matter" is absolutely gorgeous
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>>73964577
i will leave that to people who know what they're talking about
i like it because of the density of instrumentation and textures, the chaotic bluesy melodies, and the feeling it evokes
>>73964546
>why wouldn't that apply to jazz
because it's jazz lol
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am i doing this right ?
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>>73964783
Nah, you're posting in /daily/.
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>>73964721
Is black saint improvised? My understanding is it was all composed. There's a big difference imo
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>>73964813
if black saint was improvised then holy fuck
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it's not gay to like dudes if I identify as a girl
checkmate
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>>73964827
I meant the basic themes are always composed in any jazz song. But that's kept me from being a Mingus head--that it's a diff thing not about improvised interplay
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>>73964721
>because it's jazz lol

>>73964721
>it's from the Obscure label
I should make a chart for that, there's exactly 9 albums I haven't heard from there.

>>73964813
I'm fairly sure that the improvisations are from solos, but apparently he taught his players orally on the piano
http://www.plosin.com/beatbegins/projects/jones.html
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>>73963697
Can you post your tourney again?
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>>73964914
eh
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>>73964893
funny, i havent heard 9 of them either lol
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>Timmy Sells His Soul - Compulsory Pleasure
Kinda par for the course as far as “hyperreal” somewhat cynical “post-internet” pop music goes. It’s catchy, playful, and well produced, as it should be, but I have to say that vocaloid vocals are just not for me. At least it fits the aesthetic that it is going for and is not forced in. Best moment of this album is on Consumer Compassion when it chops and screws the bassline from Staying Alive, creating a funky intro that becomes the rhythmic backbone of the song. I wish the album did this more, taking recognizable melodies and warping them into its own pop creation, I think it fits the theme of the album well. Other than that though, this album is a bit hollow and lacks the allure of other post-internet albums.

>Faust - Faust IV
I had to listen to this album twice in a row to see if I missed anything. Nothing stuck out to me much other than the opening track which while great does not justify its length. Although this is a much more easily listenable album than their self-titled, it is stripped away of any intrigue. There are charming songs like The Sad Skinhead and Jennifer, but there isn’t much to them but a thin layer kraut funk and off-kilter lyrics.The songs are quite catchy and enjoyable, but it sounds like a weaker version of krautrock I’ve already heard and doesn’t do anything new or exciting like their self-titled. If anything this album just makes me want to go listen to Can.
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>>73965169
>Jorge Ben - A Tabua De Esmeralda
I really try to see what everyone else sees in this guy, I really do. His voice is great, and his arrangements are lush. There isn’t anything necessarily wrong with his music. It sounds great. It’s just all the same. To steal from an rym review that sums up my thoughts “It’s like the speakers are given the instruction 'run program: Jorge Ben' and the hallmarks tumble out…” (from a 4-star review btw). I guess my views on music probably differ from most. I don’t think there’s an inherent problem in making the same kind of song over and over so long as it’s a good song. However, it makes me personally want to engage with that music less because there is nothing to it. It all washes over me. I let the album run on Spotify, and I couldn’t even tell that it was over when it started playing similar songs automatically.
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>>73959072
try bromst, drawn out, sample heavy beep boop
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>>73964956
i guess you'd replace Penguin with Gavin Bryars Sinking of the Titanic, which is a really great album imo. Don't listen to the longer version though

>>73964964
when tf did you accept reccs, I don't even remember reccing you that lmao

>>73965169
Agree with you on Compulsory Pleasure, but maybe I should relisten

>>73965199
Already heard, it's good but /daily/ don't like it. I actually like Gliss Riffer more, Deacon really refined his sound and compressed it into some excellent songs there.
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>>73964931
whats your rym bro
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>>73965227
couple days ago, you picked it from my rym backlog
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>>73965268
haven't got one
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>>73964964
how's this tourn working?
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>>73964670
https://rateyourmusic.com/release/comp/urfaust/ritual_music_for_the_true_clochard/
>>73964964
>uppercase s
no
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>>73965333
the ones that i like the most go on, I think I'll take 9 people but it could depend on the scores

>>73965340
can't change it you're S forever now :D
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>duran duran - rio (1982)
a fantastic album in my opinion, there's only one or two songs that i dislike here, everything else is top notch. if i had to explain it, it's new wave mixed with funk, and on paper that doesn't sound too appealing, but duran duran pulls it off with style.

8.5+/10

>gorillaz - s/t (2001)
my feelings are pretty mixed on this album, half of it is great, the other is either forgettable and boring or just terrible.

6/10

>>73964808
whoops, ill try not to do that next time
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>tfw just deleted over 100GB of stuff from the what.cd seeding days in my main HDD after I realized it was already backed in my external
now I can keep downloading shit I'll probably never listen to
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>>73964931
I recd you last thread but OK

Neutral Milk Hotel - Ferris Wheel on Fire
if you've heard that go with
The Antlers - In the Attic of the Universe
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>>73965509
no yeah I just haven't updated the image
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why did I sleep on this so hard
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>>73965317
k

https://yyumoo.bandcamp.com/album/milkmilkmilkmilkmilkmilk
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>>73954816
Probs already got your next one picked already, and though it's not on the list, highly recommend Fair to Midland. Both albums they put out are fantastic.
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>>73965577
because Today is better
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>>73965577
me too, very BORING so it put me to sleep lmao
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>>73964813
no, i'm pretty sure it's all composed, and if it isn't, it's very close to being so
i still think that as a post-bop dude mingus composed in that spirit, i.e. free-flowing, erratic stuff based in expression more than anything else
>>73964893
i mean that's pretty much it
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>>73965690
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got more bolla dills than a pickle
my girl change her mind she so fickle
i gave her clitty a tickle
my job is to hang instruments, mount a cello like im on the nickel
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>>73963067
a link would be great, I don't trust the guy sharing it on slsk
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>>73965227
daily needs to get into dan deacon already.
>>73965926
working on it now.
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join ya bois tourn unlimited spots left

>>73965577
:fire: hahha
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>>73966082
https://rateyourmusic.com/release/album/luciano-cilio/dialoghi-del-presente-1/
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>>73965333
>Darklands
Hey Darklands sorry for the late response, what are your restrictions for this round?
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>>73954816
I'm saying Argus, but why's it down as punk?
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>>73966144
no worries you're not really late at all i just started this new tourn now so i can start it straight after finishing

and no restrictions, rec whatever
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>>73965926
posted it in the sharethread for anybody else interested.
>>73966233
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>>73966240
Have you listened to Stratosphere by Duster?
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>>73966269
nah i havent, will take it
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>>73966372
Awesome! My favorite album so hopefully you like it!
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give me some music from Asia (japan is not allowed)

bonus points if it's ambient and double bonus points if it's not from this decade
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>>73965891
Holy fuck this is awful
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>>73966472
https://tenzenmen.bandcamp.com/album/-
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>putting the edition in the Subject field
are you fuckers filter dodging on purpose?
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>>73966604
Why are you sad?
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>>73966604
Idk, are you setting your filters up wrong on purpose?
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Sixes
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>>73966666
huh
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decided against going through another label and just did a standard chart this time around. how does it look?
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>>73966666
nani
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>>73966517
thanks i feel my barz are underappreciated
>>73966666
been there done that
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>>73966666
hail satan
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>>73966779
Yeah I like that you don't constrain yourself due to things like meter or good taste
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disco inferno really took a turn for the worse after the 90s huh
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>>73966921
that one has a p cool flow to it if you read it right
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It should be reiterated, however, just how much better OK Computer is than Loveless
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have any dailybros listened to pic related? rec, I guess, its bretty good
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>>73967771
(not true, by the way)
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>>73967771
word. or kid a for that matter
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>>73967771
Kid A > Loveless > OK Computer
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>>73968473
listen to hellier ulysses if u havent please
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>>73968508
who do i think i am
of course i have
you FUCKEN nerd
i was on top of that shit -- TEN MONTHS AGO
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>>73968473
Went on an older prog electronic/Berlin School splurge after a random anon in another thread graciously gave a huge recc list
Went through more Boomkat singles and EPs which included UK Bass, Grime, Outsider House. I have a feeling 2015's list will be better, there's a lot of hyper-modern dance tracks, and the aesthetic wears off after a while.
Listened to some Sophie, Don't know why I've been avoiding them til now.
Did some minimalism albums supplied by Jangle
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>>73968621
nice i love sophie
hard is pretty mind bending
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>>73968473
My /mu/core binge really fucked with this heavy
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>>73968473
What are the Experimental Rock/Art Pop records you've rated highly recently?

>>73968508
>>73968621
lots of bleeps and bloops, i need to try and get into electronic shit more

>>73968863
wew
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>>73968621
>UK Bass, Grime, Outsider House
best shit ever d e s u
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where does a /bleep/ poster stand when trying to figure out how to ask a girl out?

outsider house haha
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>>73969420
I think you'll have a decent time with my tourney recc then, super chill

>>73969563
i like the first one the best but there's some real good grime out there. This EP stood out to me for instance

>>73969655
This was the most intelligent post I've seen in weeks
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I feel like the moon does something it's not gonna do again for 100 years pretty frequently
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>>73969671
fuck yeah
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Ask me if you want thoughts
What next
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>>73969857
Hit me with thought.
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>>73969872
hmmmm
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>>73969857
do 4 club use only
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>>73969857
make your rating numbers bigger geez

and a 9 for Looping state of mind? hecc
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>>73969878
You can do better than that.
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8G5OFmS_pTg
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>>73969857
gram parsons!
midtown 120!
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>Little Kid - Logic Songs (2011)

Your enjoyment of this album seems to hinge on how much you buy into its atmosphere. There's not much here at all--extremely low-fi production drenched in reverb with lyrics people here have somehow made out, the songs themselves are seemingly underdeveloped by design with one or two melodies per song that fit snuggly within the confines of the chords being played. Sure, there are nice touches like the occasional piano that peeks through the hazy production, but there's just no way around that there's not much here outside of the general atmosphere. Fortunately, I happen to find the atmosphere perfectly pleasant and satisfyingly melancholy and never unwarranted, but this also means I can find similar atmosphere with bolder statements from Bill Callahan and the like.
6/10

>James Carr - You Got My Mind Messed Up (1967)

I'm going to do the hack critic thing to do and say that there's not much to say about this. It's incredibly simple--each title says exactly what it means--and that's exactly the point. There's almost no filter whatsoever separating the intense emotion from getting to the listener, and it happens to come through in this way that's undoubtedly painful as evidenced in each song title but all so sweet and wholesome and good for the soul in its upbeat demeanor.
7.5/10

>Elder - Reflections of a Floating World (2017)

Not even gonna post this to RYM since I can dig an artist trying to carry the torch. These guys still suck a little. In no way, shape, or form do they have psych or doom elements. It's a bit like what Deafheaven does for black metal without the melodic talent. It's kind of like the prog metal sound of Mastodon without any of the things that make them cool filtered through a screamo lens. That being said, there's some cool atmospheric stuff, and it's really not so unpleasant to listen to, just unremarkable from front to back.
5/10
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>>73970120
but my sad indie boy feels make it a 9/10
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>>73970352
I hear ya, fortunately there's no shortage of sad indie boys making music
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>Telstar Drugs - Telstar Drugs
The guitar tone here is addictive but I didn't really like the vocals, they just weren't on the same level as the rest.
7

>Unwound - Leaves Turn Inside You
Not surprised they ended going this direction with their sound since they were constantly giving signs of trying to make something more than a 3 minute noise-rock track, it is an approach to some kind of "maturity" but its lenght exposes how they just weren't there yet.
7.5+

>Car Seat Headrest - Twin Fantasy
It is only one hour long but having no variety whatsoever makes that hour really unbearable.
5.5
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>>73969857
Everything in the ambient row
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>>73970120
>telstar drugs
oh nice i like that album
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>>73968473
Same as it ever was, except black metal and breakbeat hardcore are creeping up on my listens a lot.
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>>73970605
Not on this chart bub
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This is amazing, just finished listening to it.

What else is as groovy, industrial and angry as this? I'm looking for a repetitive groove with industrial background and angryness. I tried godlfesh but it just didn't feel the same, and public castration didn't quite feel the same either.
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>>73970605
>>73970673
>>73970544
meant for this
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>>73970726
>groovy, industrial and angry
try nu-metal
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>>73970867
holy shit. Filth is the original nu-metal lmfaooooo
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>>73953869
yo she said yes btw
thanks bruhs
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>>73971008
Nice dude

>>73970867
Put ur trip back on trans
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>>73968473
B-)
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>>73964931
Noir Désir - Des Visages Des Figures
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I have some reviews

>>73965577
Strange is top 10 all time typa song

but yeah I slept hard on that for the longest
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>>73969897
*thinks*
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>>73968473
basic as always
no idea where the pop rock came from tho
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Vince Staples - Big Fish Theory (2017)
>Hip-hop, UK Bass
I'm really tired of the whole "oh it's actually a really intelligent song disguised as a club hit" trend, which is essentially the design of every track on here. It's just tacky, or trite at this point. Also this is my first exposure to Staples, but honestly a lot of these tracks and lines are pretty cringe-worthy. "Move you're body if you came here to party/If not then pardon me/How I'm supposed to have a good time/When death and destruction is all I see"?--Christ, spare me the hamfisted preaching.

And the UK bass backing tracks are also really tacky. This entire album is really just not to my taste.
>4-/10
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Also gonna get this one out of the way

The Stooges - s/t (1969)
>Garage Rock, Proto-punk
So I didn't like this album much last I heard it a few years back, but one of my friends recently listened to the first time and was surprised to enjoy it, so I figured I'd give it another shot. And I don't think these fresh ears relistens changed my mind.

Some of the riffs and grooves on here are killer, but the whole product is anything but. The mixing here is so ass (John Cale, what the hell?), placing Iggy's lame Jim Morrison impression front and center while the more impressive guitar and bass are hard-panned to either side. This panning wouldn't be quite so terrible (Zappa pulled off the same thing spectacularly on Trout Mask just two months earlier) if there was more to fill out the sound (a la the full Magic Band ensemble). Instead, the guitar and bass are frequently way quieter than Iggy, and have no impact hanging out in their own respective spaces all isolated. The recording sounds incredibly flat. There are some highlights, like "I Want to Be Your Dog", however overrated, and the surprisingly roaring "Little Doll", but tracks like "We Will Fall"—the stylistic bastard child of Velvet Underground's minimalist repetition and The Door's lengthy melodrama (do I sound like Scaruffi yet?)—immediately test my patience.
>4+/10
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>>73970726
Not really similar and way noisier but listen to Hair Police - Mercurial Rites, you might like it
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Back in Houston, feels good man

>>73964964
Accel stole my album of choice, although to be fair I'm always too scared to rec it for tourneys
>>73968473
I don't feel like I've listened to that much ambient desu
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>>73973386
>I'm always too scared to rec it for tourneys
Fuck it, do it anyway

Also I've been a little underwhelmed by The Gag File, but there's some killer moments in the louder sections. Also didn't find it as menacing, but i dunno.
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>>73973546
I wasn't exactly expecting another Modern Jester, but I was a little underwhelmed with it too. Weird that you liked the louder sections, I found those to be the weakest. One of my favorite tracks was just the field recording of people talking at a bar with music playing in the background.
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>>73973613
I guess it was me just being a little numbed by the quieter, slightly menacing tracks that I welcomed the noise. I was actually a little confused by hearing an actual straight field recording.

What stuck out to me there was someone saying "Hey, is there a phone around this place?" like they noticed something was really wrong. I dunno, I guess Modern Jester really is Dilloway's magnum opus.
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oh yeah how did I do?
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>>73973721
As someone who was heard about 20 releases of his I would have to agree. In my opinion what Dilloway does best is creating hypnotic/ominous soundscapes with simple tape loops, rather than straight up noise
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>>73973832
You did good, 4.0+
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>>73973844
Any reccs for spooky tape loops from his huge discograph, since you definitely know more than I do about him? I do want to hear more of that stuff, Labyrinths & Jokes is actually a favorite track of mine from Modern Jester.
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>>73973899
That's also probably my favorite track from MJ besides Body Chaos. Psychic Driving Tapes is very much in the same vein. Also try Concealed and his 2008 Modern Jester cassette.
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>>73973970
Cool, thanks
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I like that gif
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>>73974108
Epic
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>>73973832
awesome!

that's a great album too
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>>73954391
before you go and kill yourself
those are not liberty caps
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I know Tomboy isn't a favorite of /daily/ but this continuous mix someone made of the album here is pretty fantastic

https://youtube.com/watch?v=DtXfzjoccMA

Incorporates live performances with new song bits for some really nice interludes, id give the album an 8 if it were the actual version
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Underworld - Second Toughest in the Infants (1996)
>techno

I really do not care for Underworld's brand of techno. It seems tailor-made for pop/rock fans, eschewing the pulsating atmospheres that make the genre so great for gaudy guitars and tuneless, awful vocals. The first two tracks are pretty cool, mainly because they experiment a lot more with breaks, but the rest is among the blandest, most interminable techno I've ever heard.

2.0+

Duke Ellington - Duke Ellington's Far East Suite (1967)
>big band

Here, Ellington's moves beyond the loungey, one-note sounds of his earlier, swing-based work and totally lets loose on one of the most purely fun jazz records out there. Ellington's charisma as a pianist and a conductor seeps through every note played here, even when some of the tracks drag on. Despite the overdone length of some pieces and the slight over-rigidity of the band as a whole, Ellington never lets the album become anything less than a damn good time.

3.0+

Orbital - In Sides (1996)
>ambient techno

I can't even really deny that this is essentially the same song repeated eight times, but it's a really damn good same song. This avoids stagnation by becoming the musical representation of its cover—colorful and sprawling. Every track here has layers and layers than unfold as they progress, and the duo just has a way with getting the most perfectly spine-tingling synth sounds. Still definitely a slightly neutered take on techno, but it really works out.

3.0
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>>73976614
All technos bad you just dislike underworld because they're mainstream :/
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>>73976614
>likes Orbital
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music for falling in love?
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Music for leaving?
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>>73975861
what the fuck is that
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>>73978175
carissa's wierd - songs about leaving
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>>73974845
Yep, I know, not dead. Actually not certain they grow in my area
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>>73978175
Levi & the Leavings - Häntä koipien välissä
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>>73978309
genuinely good rec, thank you :o
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>>73977224
>doesn't like Orbital
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>>73978175
Midwest Pen Pals - Inside Jokes
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>>73978175
TLCW?
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nibbers aint shit but hoes n trix cereal
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>>73975861
>GFOTY sample
It's on fucking Co noc, that drop sound effect is used by a lot of PC Music tracks I'm sure
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>>73979224
>>73979224
>>73979224
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assuming the fan theory that ir is meant as a companion piece to okc is true, and i'd like to because that'd be p autistic, the album that would come out of this has got to be wildly inconsistent because man by comparison this kinda blows doesn't it. i guess they predicted bandcamp with their way of distributing it, but also by sounding like a bandcamp version of their former self, with each track based on one or two ideas that don't really do anything. thought i liked this more back then but o well, from what i remember kol and httt aren't much better either we'll see




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