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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/: >>73954336
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>>73979224
alright then, if that's what you wanna say.
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Someone have the link for the listenalong playlist? The one in last thread didn't work.
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Why did you make this?
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>>73979302
fresh oc
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Look at all these trip fags
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>>73979320
Where?
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>>73979320
Ha mirror
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>>73979320
lol
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hello fuckers
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=50MVUWh-Qhg
major tune
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>>73979320
lmfao
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hmm.....
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>>73979281
Two threads back
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>>73979224
Good-afternoon /daily/, how are you guys doing? Tried the following;

>Flotation Toy Warning - The Machine That Made Us. This reminds me of the Mountain Goats to some extent with the story-like lyrics and gentle orchestration, really love how the tracks unfold through repetition to become more potent over time, really exacerbates the quality of this record.
>Shabazz Palaces - Quazarz: Born on a Gangster Star. Mostly syncopated beats with not a whole lot going on, kinda reminds me of Jenny Death in some respects though wasn't quite as compelling, still need to give this and Vs. Jealous Machines more listens though.
>Shabazz Palaces - Quazarz Vs. The Jealous Machines. Far more well rounded and fresher in every aspects, SS Quintessance had some pretty fantastic lines and the album felt more concrete as a whole, also loved the cynical take on the hip-hop industry in 30 Clip Extension (as I perceived it at least).
>Waxahatchee - Out In The Storm. Thankfully Crutchfield's voice wasn't half as nasally as it were on Cerulean Salt which is a big bonus on her part, the sound is also far more fuller to the extent where I'd argue this to be more indie pop with the odd section of reverb than folk-rock. Still it quite bugs me that she can't write a single song that doesn't pertain to relationships, though I do quite Sparks Fly - nonetheless a front-loaded record whose pacing reminds me very much of CHVRCHE's Bones of What You Believe (the last three tracks essentially being filler).

That OGRE YOU ASSHOLE s/t is God-tier by the way, absolutely love it.


>>73979410
I need to give this a listen, absolutely love Deluxe. How do you describe the music anyhow? Everything on it sounds like it was recorded in a tin can and the guitar isn't like usual, it seems to stop midway through every note and bleet over the bass. Punchy af, fucking love Earrings too.
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>>73979831
i just love how omni make really dancey/rhythmic lo-fi guitar pop w cool guitar parts n catchy vocal melodies/fun lyrics
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Best & worst of the 2nd half:

>Emilie Simon • s/t
1.5
Post-Vespertine pop with an annoying cutesy voice. Yuk.

>Richard Pinhas • Metatron
4.0
Aggressive drone-y Ambient, with hypnotic guitars endlessly swirling under influences (Krautrock & Frippertronics). Be ready for 130 minutes of dark Progressive Drone noodling backed by adventurous Tribal drumbeats.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=935hSyyDAW0

>Florent Marchet • Rio Baril
4.5
Good lyrics (it's a concept-album about a small-town) and subtle arrangements: 'Village Green Preservation Society' x 'Nouvelle chanson française'. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YK5jACkw8DA

>Mr. Oizo • Lambs Anger
2.5
Too many fillers weights down a lot this collection of weird Electro House spiced by demented samples. Stick to his best-of 'Wrong Cops' (grat movie BTW).

>HF Tiéfaine • Suppléments de mensonge
4.0
Lush chords by Les Valentins, rockist approach and the romanticism of HFT's lyrics slightly toned down: "Suppléments…" sounds like "Scandale melancolique" a lot. It's another good entry-level into his older catalog, but it could have ditched one third of the album, and have a stronge ~40-minute LP.

>Mendelson • s/t
1.0
What a dreadful chore: the desperate lyrics, the flat voice, the bleak guitars, the heavy Doom compositions droning in the background, the pretentiousness (triple-album lengthing 138mn)!! Let's blame Diabologum and Serge Thessot-Gay for that.

>PNL • Le monde Chico
4.5
Based French Cloud Rap!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=umF1kfVujhM
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SWEYLpG70AI

>Les Halles • Transient
3.0
Pleasant Neo-New Age/Ambient.

OK chart overall, with some good surprises. Another French chart incoming.
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>>73980258
Pls add Noir Désir - Des Visages Des Figures
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>>73980799
I love 'Des Visages…' for years, truly their most ambitious release (and I think it's already quite popular afterall). I'll pick only recent releases for the next chart.
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>>73980968
Ah sick, good
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>Miles Davis - Live-Evil (1971)

I've spent a bit of time with this one over the years and it's still hard to pin down exactly what it's all about. It's the live follow-up to Bitches Brew, but it all feels in a different spirit than the serious mysticism of its predecessor, like they were just having fun with this release, which isn't to say it doesn't some great playing.

In a lot of ways it feels like a caricature of the electric Miles sound--it's way funkier than Bitches Brew, but only in some perverse definition of what funk is with jittering stop-starts all throughout, and it has that whooping sound he gets such a kick out of on nearly every track. Most of the tracks here also follow quite a similar formula with funky proto-On the Corner-style compositions that unravel into a breakdown that's just a little bit too hard to move to half-way through. All with chaotic bits thrown in-between, which I happen to appreciate the most here--this live and improvised tension on "Funky Tonk", for example, where the band toys with the audience for an organized/chaotic 20-odd minutes, hinting at connecting musically but staying just out of reach of a singular sound.

Again, I think they're just having fun here. Listen to how Keith Jarrett, who steals the show beside Miles, play an apparently broken Rhodes with an intensity I don't know I've ever heard from him. It was an odd time in history where Can, Miles' electric band, and the Grateful Dead--three of the best live, improvised acts--were independently making similar vivacious music.
7/10
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>>73980799
Holy shit, I remember my French teacher telling the class about them (the whopping three students including myself) and saying that they are really good. No idea what they are actually like though, and I barely scraped a grade in that class anyhow.
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>>73981109
>The Gladiators - Trenchtown Mix Up (1976)

I can't say I've fully bought into the enormous hype of this album. Sure, it's never less than perfectly pleasant and upbeat and the good-for-the-soul variety of music, which is all this may need outside of political implications, but I also don't feel this quite has the soul-bearing vocal performances of its peers--none of the boldly emotional melodies of The Mighty Diamonds or Max Romeo or Burning Spear. I know, not fair to compare against the best of the best, and I want to believe, but I think this is just fine.
6/10
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>>73981124
Des Visages Des Figures is good: it alternates Rock songs, Chanson (one cover of Léo Ferré), folk-Bluesy midtempos, Spoken Word and more experimental stuff (feat. Brigitte Fontaine and Akosh Szelevényi).
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I'd heard of few of this dude's songs before but damn I didn't realize all of them were the same thing.
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some of the most fun music I've heard in a while
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So far this is the sheet.

>>73981314
You're up for next week, you know how it goes. Have something ready for Saturday, or a bit earlier if you want to. I can give you the template or you can just post the release next week and I'll make something.
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>>73982142
now listen to wowee zowee its even better and more fun and wild
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>>73982240
Right on, I've got some ideas...what do we want, folks? You can post the template and I'll make it soon
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>>73982355
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>>73982355
do something energetic!
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>>73982355
we need somethin straightforward to counteract jimmy joozz's Big Meme
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>>73982422
Thank you
>>73982423
Ok noted
>>73982436
No memes no problem
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Pavement is very bad.
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>>73983335
Nah they good
Also pic related
Also Minor Threat 3.5+ so you're secured for round three of the essentials tourney
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>>73983335
>not liking musique concrete
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>>73982251
>>73983335
not true btw
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Going to listen to Grouper for the first time, trying to do it at night too

Which order should I listen to these in
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>>73983391
Haha lol lmao that's a good one
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>>73983368
no they're not

>>73983391
lmao

>>73983400
they have made a handful of worthwhile songs. Otherwise it's just a boring indie-ironyfest.
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>>73983401
If you want it to get dreamier as you listen, put alien observer last and Ruins first. Dragging a dead deer didn't really capture the magic of either of those albums, so maybe put it in the middle

Or you could make it cinematic by putting dead deer first, alien second, and Ruins last
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hello fuckers
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>>73983464
also wrong. people way overstate the irony in pavement's music, he has fun lyrics but they tend to be more sincere than ironic
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>>73983543
also """indie""" music, especially of the lo-fi variety, is seldom good ever so it's no surprise I don't care for pavement either.
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pavement are just weezer but cooler desu
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>>73983679
i find someone who likes other 90s indie disliking pavement this much kinda weird, seems like you've let a personal experience ruin them for you or something
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>>73983806
pavement are just weezer but actually good

FTFY
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>>73984038
pavement are significantly better than weezer but i still cant really get into them
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>>73984038
blue album is still a great pop album, if only they hadnt ruined their own legacy
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Hey, I'm back
Finally saw Neubauten live, so that was cool
How is everyone doing?
I'm glad the listenalong is still going so well <3
>>73982240
great to see you went on organizing it, thanks
I merged our lists, so this one is up to date hopefully
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Didn't hear that much new stuff from this year while I was gone, but here's the chart
I think I'm gonna start with getting back to that
So everyone shoot me your aoty charts and lists if you want
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oh god rym blackout?
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Oh, and I kinda want to explore the nww list some more
blue means already heard something

what's good?
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>>73984692
anxus quam and Ghedaliq are nice
also what part of germany do you live in? cause i'm moving there soon and wanted to see if we could meet to a show or something
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>>73984692
arzachel is decent spacey krautrock
archaia is alright as well, it's prog electronic kinda zeuhl sounding
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>>73985781
>>73985695
thanks for the recs, I'll check these out!
>>73985695
>also what part of germany do you live in?
bavaria, so southern, very close to Trans
>cause i'm moving there soon and wanted to see if we could meet to a show or something
that's cool, why are you moving?
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I just watched Whiplash for the first time yesterday and I can't understand how it received so much praise. It basically justified physical and mental abuse, miss me with that shit.
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Paging rodriguez

Anywhere I can download albums made by sky空 ? Their bandcamp seems to be wiped clean.
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https://youtu.be/bMKYpw8pCS0
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>>73985924
it didnt really justify it, the ending wasn't exactly happy
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>>73985976
Huh? How was the ending not happy? He plays a triumphant drum solo and Fletcher is ultimately proud of him.
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>>73986012
it's been a while since i watched it but even though it was a triumphant solo i didn't feel like it was exactly happy or endorsing a teacher treating their students like that, i felt like they would both still pretty miserable afterwards, they just came together for that brief moment.

maybe i'm misremembering or reading too much into it tho
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>>73986046
btw it did say fletcher helped him become great but i don't think it said that was a good thing, people can become great at something from abuse
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>>73986046
The scene in the jazz club where Fletcher explains why he pushes students so hard (to discover "the next Charlie Parker"), but ignores the fact that he destroys others' passion for music and sometimes their mental health in the process is a terrible reason imo
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>>73986203
i don't get what you're saying though, it's clear in the movie fletcher is an absolute villain, he caused someone to kill themselves. it's just not black and white with his methods since he did motivate Andrew in the end but it still wasn't justified.

Reading up a bit, the director says that's the case as well, he believes people need motivation just not from a monster like fletcher
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this is clicking
holy shit guys this is awesome
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I've made it to the front page lads. Typos and all.
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>>73986449
congrats NERD
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>>73986449
Correct the typos, it updates doesn't it?
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>>73986385
I get your point. Maybe I'm just dumb (likely the case) but from simply watching the movie it wasn't completely apparent to me that Fletcher was ultimately supposed to be a villain. What he does is very cruel but his personal justifications + the happy ending makes it seem like the viewer is supposed to put aside the bad because of the good that came out of it
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congratulations, cunt! you did it, you won the tourney
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>>73986446
Yay I'm not alone
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>>73986449
what an achievement
>>73986617
idk what it is man, but these loops are kind of beautiful. this is like vaporwave pushed to the extreme.
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>>73986446
favorite tracks? 2, 6, 7, 9, and the final track are mine

>>73986449
Hey, nice. Isn't there a RYM front page Cool Kid's Club or somethin
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>>73986697
Was until fish and I joined
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>>73986659
It takes a few listens for sure, but once it clicks it's pretty addictive
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>>73986697
I can't pick a favorite, every track is pretty essential to the whole
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>>73986697
yeah i agree with this >>73986758 all the tracks are honestly great. i do like 9 the best tho.
>>73986715
yeah im about to listen again, im probably bumping this way up to a 4.
i feel like its just such a polarizing first listen, and it doesnt always get the chance it deserves. i bet itll get more praise in a year or two.
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>>73986758
>>73986758
yeah that's true when I think about it

3 is the only track that still manages to irritate me at points which is why I asked, but in the whole package it all works out
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>>73986446
>>73986617
>>73986697
true patricians
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>>73986614
what a surprise
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>>73987237
i dont get this comment
do you mean i suck up to sdc, that gfr sucks, or that sdc is super cool and wins all the tourneys

(all three are true btw)
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>>73986863
Listening again, track 11 is the only one I feel sounds out of place
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>>73987436
You should host a tourney with just you three. Would be funny
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>>73980258
since I'm so bored lately, here's my 2nd French chart for the month: only female artists from the last 6 months
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>>73988344
whats a french women chart without eliane radigue
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>>73988478
eliane radigue, france gall, edith piaf, the list goes on
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>>73988478
whats a daily chart without poseurcore
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>>73988568
daily thread*
but either way u right
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dean blunt and inga copeland black is beautiful
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>>73989020
please resume posting under your trip, stick.
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>>73989020
oops forgot my trip
>>73989032
thanks
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well we've made it we're here we finally did it you guys its all happening now

TRIP UP VS s

please send me thru yer entries whenever
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>>73989154
im a genius i havent even heard that sanfona record
gimme a few to look for that oddly specific time restriction
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>>73989154
kairon;irse - ujubasajuba

its risque but we will see
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>>73989154
>>73989267
wait fuck that's 51:04
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>>73989311
51.03 actually
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Updates on the 84 tourneys everyone started last month?
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>>73989461
I abandoned mine as expected
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>>73989461
ethy won accel's
borzoi won mine
cunt won yamir
stick, aqam, tuco, borzoi, and lamb all crashed and burned with theirs
who am i missing
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>>73989505
i have my really super old tourney which is just the finals of FISH vs smurmelade but i cant think of another clever restriction
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>>73989461
Haven't written about all these yet
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>>73989538
listne to illinois.
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>>73989461
My wagecuck job is in serious mandatory overtime so I haven't gotten to listen to much new stuff.

>>73989538
damn dude, you like Benji that much? do you relate to the middle aged introspection or small town blues more?
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>>73989538
Listen to fucking Glenn Branca and Sung Tong already
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what is the best song from this

patrician/ plebian choices will be acknowledged
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>>73989627
earthmover and it's not really even close

runners up are hunter and deep, deep
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speaking of crashing and burning, drone charts rly are not my thing, but im doin it for borzoi

im only gonna write about corea. its been raining pretty hard over in my area, so ive been pent up just listening to this album, and its honestly incredible. the screams on this are absolutely inhuman, the noise is cathartic, and the way post-rock is blended in makes the whole experience so beautiful. so many points of this album reminded me of other bands i love like slint, today is the day, unwound. fuck, some of the noise even reminded me of stgstv for some reason. front to back, this is hands down one of the heaviest albums ive ever heard. i gotta listen to more screamo.
4.5
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>>73989627
Objectively Earthmover
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>>73989505
>5 trips not finishing their tournies

I may have awful opinions but I'll be damned if they aren't rightfully delivered
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>>73989461
check it, just finished ;) >>73986614
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>>73989627
Blooooodhaaaail
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>>73989679
i guarantee theres more than 5 im just not thinking of them
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>>73989505
i finished my first one very quickly! i started a second one only like a week ago that i never got around to because of persisting internet problems
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>>73989726
yea i meant the second one
i know i made it to the second round but i dont even remember what i rec'd
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>>73989578
I thought lyrics were a dead meme by Benji's grabbed me by the throat
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>>73989811
blue crab cakes
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>>73989834
i feel like your memery is underrated
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>>73989834
>blue crab cakes
dude ;_;
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röst my taste
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>>73989896
What is this, top year to date or what?
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>>73989896
i just wanna know who inspired you to make this
also, minutemen are overrated
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>>73989932
you
no
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>>73989896
onemonthonmu core
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Bernard Parmegiani - De Natura Sonorum (1975)
>Musique concrète, Noise, Ambient
Seeing as how Parmegiani studied under Pierre Schaeffer and collaborated with Iannis Xenakis, I was not at all surprised when the album opened with primitive-sounding electronic tedium (Luigi Russolo,etc.-like roughness). However, my lowering my guard then made the rest of the album only more potent. It only takes until the second movement, "Accidents / Harmoniques", of the first piece to realize the true, terrifying genius at work here. Parmegiani here demonstrates a complete mastery of sounds, and mostly uses these sounds to punish and amaze the listener with Eldritch horrors of cosmic-sounding electronic music. It sounds pretentious to say something like the sounds here are rich and full of character, but I really can't figure a better way to put it.

And it gets better: he doesn't just create incredibly detailed and particular sounds, he uses these to build amazing music. "De natura sonorum" is not some document of dated magnetic tape experiments, it's a towering, powerful album in its own right.

It bums me out to see acclaim for this only in the context of its release year. More sophisticated synthesizer-made electronic music was already popular by '75. Why should pieces composed with tape manipulation (practically a mainstay of avant-garde music by then) be historically impressive? Oh well, their loss; buncha posers.
>8/10
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>>73989896
aaron dilloway modern jester
Am I doing this right?

>>73989853
thank you my job is thankless but necessary
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>>73989960
People always say this about charts but I don't think they really know what it means
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>>73990058
yeah despite me being a massive fucking patrician my chart doesnt portray that because my favorites dont change so easily
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>>73984692
good to have you back
samla mammas manna are quite good
>>73989650
no fuck that dragging piece of shit
Hunter actually has some buildup and payoff during its runtime, while Earthmover is basically an overlong Weezer song
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>>73989811
To add, I don't relate to either of those things so I find the naked honesty fascinating
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Animist Orchestra - 16:30 for Doug Haire (2008)
>Lowercase, Free-improv
Oh yeah I'd love to listen to a lo-fi live recording of a bunch of guys shuffling around a room, fiddling with chopsticks. Sixteen whole minutes of it? Sign me up.
>3-/10
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>>73990240
But you like Solo Violin Improvisations
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>>73990240
pleb
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>>73990025
hell yea, this label's caught my interest lately. Didn't know this guy worked with Iannis Xenakis, I'll look into this later.

>>73990285
are you equating chopsticks to a violin
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>>73990025
May listen to this. I like this label. Check out Pierre Schaeffer - Le Trièdre Fertile
>>73990153
This basically. People miss the point like a brick to the head that the lyrics aren't just accidentally simple and plain spoken. It's all by design. Read any Knausgaard? It's a similar effect
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>>73989896
pretty good desu, albeit a bit mucore

++++vaporwave meme album
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>>73990297
well yeah, they're fiddling with them!
get it?
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>>73989896
oh shit we roastin charts
i just updated mine a few days ago, come at me boys
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gay
>>73990474
gay
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>>73990495
gay
>>73990474
/daily/memecore
also gay
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Mulatu Astatke & Fekade Amde Maskal - Yèkatit: Ethio Jazz (1974)
>"Ethio-Jazz", Jazz Fusion
So it would appear Mahmoud Ahmed's "Ere Mela Mela" is just sung over Astatke's "Yèkèrmo Sèw" with some added bass, which is mildly interesting. And funny, this is mild music. It occassionally uses somewhat exotic themes (hear: the wavering theme of Gubelye evoke vaguely Egyptian/Arabic music, harking back to the parodistic snake charmer's flute) but mostly sounds like lounge jazz, and fusion, thanks in part to subtle inclusion of an electric guitar.

However, one track, "Ené Alantchi Alnorem" stands far apart from the others. While even more subdued than any other track, it burns softly with a hazy electric keyboard and bass, and piercing flute over the rough intermittent sounds of desert winds. It's really a beautiful track, in composition and atmosphere. There's something deeply emotional about that track, and it's really hard to pin. It's like a quiet passion or something. The closer, "Dèwèl," in contrast, is the most lively and experimental of the tracks here, but stops short of reaching peak intensity more than once, disappointingly.

It's a simple album, and hard to dislike. It feels restrained, though, and it's plainly obvious from tracks of sublime beauty like "Ené Alantchi Alnorem" or experimental nearly-freakouts like "Dèwèl."
>-7/10

>>73990285 bait
>>73990287 yes
>>73990297
yeah I've been eyeing the label for a while might get into it now that I'm feeling up for some grade A musique concrète-type bullshit
>>73990360
will do, I should just hit up that mondo discog comp he has
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>>73990474
I've always taken issue with that Steve Roach album being in your top albums but I can't explain why

>>73990465
Don't string me along like this.

>>73990495
Objectively more mu-core than stick's
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>>73990560
oh for sure
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>>73986446
happened a few weeks back for me. great stuff.
>>73990240
>Oh yeah I'd love to listen to a lo-fi live recording of a bunch of guys shuffling around a room, fiddling with chopsticks.
backlogged.
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>>73990495
so how long u been here again
>>73990560
desu give it a few months and it probably wont be so high anymore. its been slowly growing off of me.
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>>73990605
not even 2 years on mu desu
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>>73990530
Good tip, I'll do the same. Been a minute since I dug into this bullshit as well
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i havent posted mine in so long, im ready for a good roast
dont >jpg me it was too big in png

>>73989896
some of these albums roast themselves

>>73990474
i should listen to doopees some day
i feel like ive seen this chart before but i know i havent
maybe it's that generic huh
im trying really heard not to point out the disgusting trio of 77 live, steve roach, and duos for doris in your top 10

>>73990495
>he likes women
tolerable chart, a lot of yamcore in it towards the bottom though
props for heavily underrated sun ra (god is more than love can ever be)

>>73990587
boy you lost
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>>73990709
i'm no boy
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>>73990709
me btw
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>>73990709
there are some good yamcore albums
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>>73990709
i was posting the chart around a bit so you could have seen it
but it probably is just generic
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just updated, roast please

I should do a separate one for EPs I like EPs

also just learned Phylyps Trak is a live recording. Like what the fuck

>>73989896
twomonthson/mu/-core
>>73990474 gay but I can't say I don't like it
>>73990495 gay
>>73990709
solid lots of great stuff a bit contrarian
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>>73990738
thanks

>>73990996
the thing to the left of dino jr, are those the guys that made that marlboro man EP? with that victor the vapor rub song
solid chart, /mu/corey but the good kind

you call me contrarian (my poseur days left a mark on me) yet you have sad sappy sucker.... hmm
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>>73990474
these are the ones i haven't heard from yours
which five should i do? ive had dancing in tomelilla and tim berne's factured fairy tales on my wishlist for ages so don't count those in the five cause im gonna be listening to them anyway

v nice chart btw
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>>73991138
yeah, savage young taterbug
those earlier tapes are even more lo fi than marlboro man though. they're low fi level 9000. the fidelity is more like another instrument in the music itself rather than just the quality of the recording surrounding it, which is cool if youre into that stuff in the first place
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>>73991138
I'm still surprised that SSS is not just underrated, but that I don't think I've seen a single person here really enjoy it. That's genuinely still shocking and puzzling to me.

But yeah I like Avery Island more than ITAOTS, peak contrarian

And yeah but Gasoline Weirdo > Marlboro Man

>>73991419
today is the day my dude
>>73991455
they're very uniquely catchy too
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>>73991419
thanks man, cant believe youve heard most of it but at the same time im not surprised lol
dont listen to tim berne pls, im saving that for secret (listenalong) reasons
go for willpower, dancing in tomelilla, koko, triple six and sunship
>>73990996
i like yr chart as well
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>>73991419
actually wait, yr listenalong participation rate is mad low, listen to berne instead of sunship if you want to
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>>73991540
unfortunately i'll have to skip all the listenalongs for now because i don't have a computer to edit images with

i've been doing all my daily-ing with an iPad lmao

but when i do have one i'll be doing them all
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>>73989896
did you forget about that tourney where i recd you Journal or did i? if you did, well you should listen to it so that there's at least one good album on here
>>73990474
a lot of stuff that's dependent on context innit. not even the ark work bc that's too forward thinking for ol' man piero
>>73990495
overrated on /mu/: the chart ft. the list and the go-ons
>>73990709
>alt-j for people who won't admit to liking alt-j
>>73990996
three months on /mu/-core ft. the boring sort of post-hardcore
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>>73986614
big meme ITT
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>>73991601
damn is my taste rly still that scruffy
best roasts itt btw
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>>73990474
this is semi recent

>>73990495
automatic love for logic songs

>>73990709
your charts always have great aesthetics

>>73990996
man i just learned that o'rourke's i'm happy, i'm singing is a live recording, that shit is crazy.
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>>73991601
good bantz
>>73991934
poor bantz
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it still hasn't been said >>73989627
>>73989690
na desu overrated
>>73989643
>>73989650
good picks
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Dedekind Cut - $uccessor (2016)
>Ambient, Industrial
Ok that was kind of cool I guess? Not really? I'm probably not going to relisten ever to find out which it is, so maybe that's self-explanatory. Not sure what all the hype is about. Maybe decades from now when Dean Blunt was the most important artist of the 2010s, I'll look like an idiot for not revelling in this kind of generic post-internet, pseudo-tribalambient bullshit.
>4+/10
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roast only?
>>73990474
1 month on rym 3 month on mu core
>>73990495
>public strain
>telstar drugsl
>disco inferno
>>73990709
i count like maybe 10 good albums
>>73990996
dinosaur jr isn't good
>>73991601
are you 14
>>73991934
uhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh ween sucks and american primitivism is boring
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jk ily all
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>>73991934
idrk but yank crime is pretty tedious outside of the long tracks
>>73992509
>noise
>darkwave
>nsbm
>colombian death
are you?
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GQMlWwIXg3M
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>>73992509
ill take the obvious roast
>is this poseurcore

speaking of poseurcore, heres a handful of albums i listened to on the side of me avoiding doing the borzoi drone. mostly just catching up on rym-core/poseur shit i havent heard yet. lmk if anyone wants any thoughts.
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If you think the top is bad, wait until you get to the bottom!
Having to manually enter a bunch of these took way too long.
>>73990474
I wish I understood the love for Mercury Rev, maybe I don't understand because it's not what popped my noisy cherry?
>>73990495
Canada is a terrible country.
>>73990709
Your favorite picks for those artists are strange, the bleep bloop lady looks on in confusion.
>>73990996
90s indie never sat the well with me, a lot of the tropes common in it annoy me even more than 80s cheese (ironic 80s revival shit is the absolute worst though)
>>73991601
You say German memecore is the best memecore, but this seems to be mostly dominated by American memecore.
>>73991934
You should check out that bootleg I posted the other day, if you don't give it a 3.5+ I'd be very surprised.
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>>73992899
Mercury Rev didn't necessarily pop my noisy cherry, but I probably listened to it early on enough that it just stuck with me more than other psych/noise pop did at the time. The appeal for me is how dense each song is, how excellently composed each track is, the general playfulness of most of it, and the noise itself is just good.
frittering and chasing a bee are also 10/10 songs.
and id be lying if i said scaruffi doesnt have a big influence on the general appeal of this album as well.
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>>73992779
>>is this poseurcore
pretty much yeah
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Big meme ITT

I can't roast people because I am unable to recognize most albums

>>73991934
this is surprisingly not esoteric
>>73991601
seeing your taste compared to other people's makes me think of a lvl 79 torchic, which is not a bad thing at all
>>73992509
>OK Computer at the very bottom
this just makes me laugh for some reason
>>73990996
wtf is Eccojams doing on this chart
>>73990709
I remember seeing someone post that Smog album, I should listen to it
but yeah i don't get your taste
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>Fuck Buttons - Tarot Sport
All I knew from this band was Slow Focus and I thought it was great, now I listen to this and start to get a better idea of the band in general. The repetitive patterns, the soft (in a way) and hypnoticing melodies, really beautiful how it all unfolds.
8-

>Autechre - Oversteps
Take known(1) for example; is unreal, something you don't come across often. So is some of the stuff in this album, but the rest is pretty forgettable and there's a lot of that.
6.5+

>Coil - The Ape of Naples
From the start I thought this album would blow my mind off sooner or later, it ended and never took off, although first and last track were really close to do so, it felt really weak overall.
6.5
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>>73992509
>american primitivism is boring
man you can't even joke about that lmao

love seeing pakistani pomade so high

>>73992899
>You should check out that bootleg I posted the other day
I dled it, i'll check it out soon!

>>73993218
dope taste dude, different trains/electric couterpoint is amazing.
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>>73993587
Different trains was my first exposure to Minimalism and Reich, and it blew my mind when I heard it 4 years ago. The second movement never fails to give me chills

and what the hell is that really awful album cover in your top 10s
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>>73993703
That's modest mouse
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>>73993703
player 1 & bloody bones? one of the best memphis rap albums ever my dude
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transgod told me to post my chart ITT so I will!

Now what?
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>>73994018
Now you look at everyone else's charts and roast them (or compliment them if you prefer), and then someone else roasts you later.
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>>73994018
>unironically listening to goreshit
haha wtf is this
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>>73994018
i also told you to go around roasting deez plens who posted their charts before you tho
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>>73994053
wtf man
i was only sharing my favorites and you laugh at me?
fucking asshole

>>73993218
will listen to Different Trains now
hyped
also
fav music for 18 musicians edition?
also
listen to slot machine music
you will love it
also
listen to snd by microstoria
you will love it

>>73992899
The Ethix > Parson Sound

>>73994068
n-no you didnt!
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>>73994018
>Now what?
we roast you

nice taste.
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>>73994092
just nice? nothing more?
what an asshole
please kys
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>>73994102
get roasted, son.
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>>73993776
kek

>>73993992
I guess I'll check it out, I'm not too great with handling hip hop

>>73994018
You may not find it as fantastic as I did, it's very rudimentary in terms of minimalism. Wasn't the first album to do its gimmick either, but its basis around trains and WW2 is very great

>Steve reich + Terry Riley + Gamling = Slot Machine Music
I am Highly Intrigued

I'll try _snd too. Glitch from 1996? hej
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Alice Coltrane featuring Pharoah Sanders - Journey in Satchidananda (1971)
>spiritual jazz, avant-garde jazz

This deserves all the hype it gets and then some. I'm a huge fan of Huntington Ashram Monastery, the only other release of Coltrane's I've heard, and this blows that out of the water. The criticisms that this is often meandering and floaty are both totally valid, Coltrane and co. do prefer to create atmospheres and dense soundscapes rather than more traditional songs, but that's the beauty here. Coltrane's harp and piano playing are both beautifully stream-of-consciousness, free-flowing yet rigid and controlled enough to serve as a disciplined bass for both Sanders and the glorious Rashied Ali on the drums. The bop elements occasionally seem out of place, yet they do nothing to take away from the sheer beauty of the rest of this album.

3.5
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>>73994018
hey what'd you think of the newest yowie?
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>>73994229
It was okay, I liked the third track, but haven't had enough time (nor the desire) to listen to the album more closely. Anyways, their third album (and to some extent their second one) lost the appeal from the first one, which was no repetition and playing as much stuff in as little time as possible.
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>>73994243
>which was no repetition and playing as much stuff in as little time as possible
thank you! i'm not a huge fan of cryptooology, but i really admire that aspect of it. synchromysticism is just too damn repetitive.
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Ozzy Osbourne - Blizzard of Ozz (1980)
>heavy metal, hard rock

Can't even come close to touching Ozzy's work with Sabbath. Sure, "Crazy Train" and "Mr. Crowley" are both fun, gleefully over-the-top tracks, and Ozzy will never be any less than a charismatic, powerful vocalist, but the cheesy, over-the-top factor that works on the two aforementioned tracks makes the rest of this album insufferable. The acoustic segments are painfully awful, and Rhoads' solos, while technically awesome, are wanky and tactless, a far cry from the grit and doom of Iommi. Not even worth a listen if you're a Sabbath fan.

0.5
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music continues to bless me, if you want thoughts on any of these just ask
>Brodequin - Instruments of Torture
4.5/5
>Alvin Curran - Canti e vedute del giardino magnetico
4/5
>Envenomation - Pyogenic Harvest
4/5
>Grouper - A I A: Alien Observer
4/5
>Jenovavirus - Demo 1
4/5
>Mo・Te - Life in a Peaceful New World
4/5
>Christian Death - Only Theatre of Pain
3.5/5
>Groupe de Recherches Musicales de la RTF - Persepolis
3.5/5
>Grouper - Water People / Moving Machine
3.5/5
>Grouper - Ruins
3.5/5
>Madonna - The Immaculate Collection
3/5
>中森明菜 [Akina Nakamori] - 不思議 (Fushigi)
3/5
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>>73994261
>damn repetitive
except it's not really repetitive at all
but it doesn't use as many tempo changes
they said in an interview they wanted to capture the feeling of changing ones mind, of course avant can't relate to that
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fuck me up
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>>73994591
>capture the feeling of changing ones mind
cool concept that they kinda get on the album, but the new style just makes them sound like a really lesser branca or something
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>>73994658
but branca isn't funky
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what do you get when you make vaporwave remixes of Warlock songs?
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>>73994626
big star is the shiz and homework is super underrated

>>73994681
alright i'll go with the contortions then
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>>73989505
Hey hater my tourney is on I've just been out of town >:-(

>>73989648
Good onions, Corea is fucking amazing. Really unique
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Sonny Rollins - Saxophone Colossus (1957)
>hard bop

This is all really solid, and not much more. While Rollins' skill and passion on his titular instrument is admirable, Max Roach is the real star here. He takes on a tribal drumming style that's so good and furious it honestly doesn't fit the rest of the album, which is a lot simpler and tamer in nature. Like I said, it's all really solid stuff, but it also leaves me aching for a lot more than it brings to the table. Not quite active and effortless enough to stand tall among the rest of the hard bop classics.

2.5+
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my chart is a bit outdated by a month or two
>>73992509
pretty good
>>73994018
Plenty of great stuff, however I can't comprehend all the stuff it's mixed with.
>>73991601
"no"
Interesting how you and the one math-god both have Lemon of Pink up there. Hurry up with that drone.
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Angel Olsen - Burn Your Fire for No Witness (2014)
>singer/songwriter, indie folk, psychedelic folk

Shockingly enough, this album has a pretty perfect split between two different genres and one doesn't obviously prevail over the other. Sparse, atmospheric folk and fuzzy indie rock share about equal space here, and both equally have great tracks and plodding, less-than-stellar tracks. The first four tracks here represent the best of both worlds. "Unfucktheworld" and "White Fire" (for my money, Olsen's best track that's not on Strange Cacti) are two beautifully simplistic, haunting lo-fi folk pieces, and "Forgiven / Forgotten" and "Hi-Five" are catchy as sin, deliciously fuzzy indie rock tracks. Both these styles are mastered by Olsen. Sadly, the rest of the album shows that she can surely have her fair share of misses as well. The album maintains a decent amount of consistency, but the pop songs get less immediate and catchy, and the folk songs start to drag and drag. Stands as the perfect middle point between Half Way Home and MY WOMAN, both in terms of quality and vibe.

2.5+
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>>73994972
you have the most confusing taste ever
>>73994626
>Meshuggah
No.
>>73994018
I like your taste
>>73993218
I like your taste
>>73992899
letov-core
>>73992509
poseurcore
>>73991934
natcore
>>73991601
see >>73989499
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>>73994972
man you've got the coolest fuckin taste
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>>73989154
kinda wish I had waited to rec Ravel's SQ but oh well
https://rateyourmusic.com/release/album/hilary_hahn_hauschka/silfra/
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on the topic of bad taste
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>>73995167
never realized you liked nick cave so much
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>>73994972
They wont go bad from waiting. They already are.
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>>73995193
yeah kinda like the guy i guess
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>>73995167
Too much jazz, stop listening to jazz
(Can you recc me some jazz?)

>>73994972
Was wondering why tf Dialga was on an album here, what makes that generation's music better than the others

Doing a drone on you looks like it's be really fun

>>73994626
The more I listen to Forest Swords, the more I feel like it's entry-level bloop music. And that almost every track feels stitched together in a bad way. And that it has old elements of acoustic instrumentation in prog electronic, but it doesn't work at all because the music is trying to sound modern too.

Wtf I hate forest swords now

>>73994470
It was guaranteed you'd like AIA Alien Observer, what happened to dead deer? And would you reccomend any of those 4/5's?
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>>73995309
>stop listening to jazz
wtf no
>(Can you recc me some jazz?)
wtf yes
what are you looking for?
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>>73994972
Can you link the second album from the bottom please c:
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>>73989505
hey woah there where tf is rudi

getting real tard of yer shit rudi
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>>73995416
https://andoptions.bandcamp.com/album/nxcxtc
dog one: https://ctatsu.bandcamp.com/album/-
>>73995309
>Was wondering why tf Dialga was on an album here, what makes that generation's music better than the others
I have really strong nostalgia for the game and it's probably blinding me. Every song just oozes magic.
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>>73995448
He died of druq at roskilde
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>>73994828
No one? Aww. The answer is: PoMo-Doro
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>>73996002
That was weird but I kinda like it
Bless your soul
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>>73996218
delete this post
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Deathprod - Morals and Dogma
[2004]

Very solemn drone/ambient record, it feels very imposing and dark and there's a kind of religious undertone too. Third track has some strings, the rest is pretty standard from an instrument point of view; as a record it still manages to be surprising and the sounds just overall feel very good to the ears.

8+


yeup i finished this!
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what first though....
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>>73996835
blapp, comet, or lamb
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>>73995448
hey
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Now that that whole gay chart debacle is over (which i started unintentionally) we can all agree that I simultaneously have the best and worst taste, correct?
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>>73997028
that's not the nice way of saying "the most meh" that's different, your taste is just the most meh
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>>73997028
>we can all agree that I simultaneously have the best
no
>and worst taste
yes
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>>73997048
no no you misunderstand because i like both the best albums and the worst albums
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check this one tho

>>73997028
it isn't over okay
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>>73997107
Is this poseurcore?
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>>73997116
Yes.
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Late to the party \o/
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And does really no one have 2017 charts yet?
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>>73984692
hi mom

>>73986449
>>73986614
how embarrassing

>>73990240
but you like solo violin improvisations
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>>73997394
Sondre Lerche - Pleasure
Varg - Nordic Flora Series Part III: Gore-Tex City
Xiu Xiu - FORGET
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>>73997488
>Sondre Lerche - Pleasure
This was just decent, just like the other SL I've heard
His looks are better than his music honestly...
>Varg - Nordic Flora Series Part III: Gore-Tex City
haven't heard that one yet, thanks!
>Xiu Xiu - FORGET
I liked it more than most other recent Xiu Xiu, but it's still not particualrly outstanding to me
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>>73997709
>His looks are better than his music honestly...
with you on that
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>>73993460
>people doing Tarot Sport
HELL YEAH MY MAN go for Street Horrrsing, it's gonna be interesting seeing someone doing their discog backwards.

>>73995309
High Fidelity is one of my fav movies ever but I never got the connection between buying whiskey with cents and the movie.
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hello fuckers
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>>73995390
got any fast, yet cool-headed performances

>>73997028
Sounds like someone's embarrassed that everyone else had better taste :v)

>>73997107
What a weird mix of classical and acts like Jlin, Olga Bell, Bjork, and sun ra

>>73997350
>Nirvana
Incorrect
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>>73998924
hm maybe
I mostly listen to jazz and classical and some pop, but I really enjoy hiphop and hiphop-y electronic stuff, so I dunno.
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Best contemporary folk album since the 90s desu.

>Gillian Welch - Time (The Revelator) (2001)

Tough to say anything about this that hasn't already been said. Gillian Welch has mastered carrying the folk torch into the new century. It neither relies on old tropes set in the 60s (or earlier, for that matter) nor is it only vaguely tied to what we consider folk music by any cosmetic means like all the Sufjan Stevens of the 21st century. Rather, it embodies only the timeless aspects of folk with a deep respect for the tradition without any of the superficiality. There's no dilution here whatsoever--no tricks either, for that matter--this is plainly-stated acoustic tracks almost without any backing whatsoever with the clear focus on songwriting.

It opens with the title track, surely one of the highlights here, a song that so clearly communicates this pain and disillusionment at time's passing through a bare-bones arrangement of acoustic guitar and softly harmonized vocals. The tone in Welch here is so honest and without irony or loftiness that it dictates the listening experience--you almost don't notice that none of the songs end up any differently than they start. It's especially pertinent to closer, "I Dream a Highway", a near-15-minute ballad in standard verse-chorus-verse format that floats by freely and lightly without diminishing the atmosphere.
8/10

>Joy - Ride Along! (2016)

I didn't even realize these were all ZZ Top covers, which sort of changes what I was going to say. These guys are in a small group of artists faithfully maintaining heavy psych rock in the new century. They have the guitar chops of Earthless and Acid Mothers Temple and what have you, and the production is as faithful as this revisionist movement goes. It sucks that they're playing ZZ Top though, because they're much better at letting loose and really taking the songs out there, which they don't do even once here.
5.5/10
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Actually, time to plan my next chart. Think it'll be all jazz.

Give separate recs for instrumental goodness:

-Good sax
-Good trumpet
-Good keys
-Good drums (I've heard Mu)

Etc.
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>>73999565
https://rateyourmusic.com/release/album/hal_singer_jef_gilson/soul_of_africa/
"nice drums"
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>>73994018
le spork
>>73993218
>>OK Computer at the very bottom
>this just makes me laugh for some reason
kek same that you mentioned it. that album will always have a place in my heart. but i'm supposed to roast you so uhhh
>everything everything
>bon iver
>justice
it's hard not to discredit someone's taste when they have one of those albums, and you have 3
>>73994626
>daft punk
FUCK YOU
>>73994972
batfinks sucks
>>73995167
never got why people put entire band's discographies on their charts, and nick cave at that
>>73997107
uhhh bjork isn't that good
>>73997350
your entire top 2 rows are bad
>>73995309
for some reason I didn't get in the mood to listen to Dead Deer. and for the rest of the 4/5's, listen to Alvin Curran if you want minimalism/ tape music, envenomation and jenovavirus for bdm, and mo te for harsh noise wall
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>>73997350
>21st Century Breakdown
>MCR
>30 Seconds to Mars
My eyebrow shot up at lightspeed
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>>73998924
ha ha yeah totally my dude *farts electronically*
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>>73999737
Laughing at Bon iver and everything everything is fine

But don't you dare touch that Justice album, peen

>>74000807
>*farts electronically*
Dude I like outsider house too
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>>73999565
>Good drums
Clifford Jordan Quartet - Glass Bead Games
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>>74000980
That'll be on it. s rec'd that.

Keep em coming if you've got recs, folks
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>>73999565
john handy live at the monterey jazz festival
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>>73999952
hmm, usually people include Placebo in that list
and what about other Green Day? I can't really get into their earlier stuff
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>>74001123
>>73999565
(good sax)
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>>74001123
As a good sax album? I'm doing sections
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>>74001141
Beat me to it
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>>74001149
>>74001174
yes

also Sun Ra - God is more than love could ever be

for good piano/keys
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>>73994972
>I can't comprehend all the stuff it's mixed with.
What does this mean?

>>73999565
>best vocals
Paavo - Paavo
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Holy fuck
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>>74001832
yeah cool shades right
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>>74001886
He was rocking them clout goggles decades before all them SoundCloud rappers
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>>74001832
gonna listen to this today
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>>74001139
I actually like Placebo, though Meds is kinda meh.

I don't like early Green Day either, the only albums I kinda like are American Idiot and Warning.

>>73999565
>good drums
ART BLAKEY ART BLAKEY ART BLAKEY
>good sax
Something with Gustafsson
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>>74002087
Cool, any albums in mind? I've just heard Moanin' and Free For All
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Torts did you give the rec?
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>>73999565
sax: joe mcphee - nation time
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>>74002409
>nation time
Yee bud. Added this last night. Listened for a minute before having to call it a night
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>>74002162
Do A Night in Tunisia
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spicy onion: Aint It Funny is overrated and isn't top 10 danny brown songs
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>>74002537
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>>74002468
sweet, thought you might already have it with how much people (rightly) rave about it in here
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>>74002087
American Idiot is good as well, but I like it the least from new era GD
21st>Dos=Tre>RR>Uno>AI

>I actually like Placebo, though Meds is kinda meh.
Nice to see some love for Placebo
I'm actually unsure myself what my favourite albums of theirs is
Sleeping With Ghosts could be on that spot as well
I mainly like a couple of songs from each album, but I really like these, so they make the whole album for me
admittedly I don't listen to their full albums that often, which is a thing I'm doing less and less in general lately
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>>74002162
Do >>74002501 or Orgy in Rhythm.

>>74002537
Danny is overrated, none of his album grabbed me and the thing I liked in Atrocity Exhibition were the beats and Really Doe.

Also update on backlog chart coming up later.
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>>74002537
it's annoying and not very special. who the fuck puts it in top 10 danny brown songs?
I don't think I have more than 10 songs I like by him, but he has some real highlights and aint it funny isn't one of em
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>>74002590
>I'm actually unsure myself what my favourite albums of theirs is
Mine is Sleeping with Ghosts, it's the one I can listen from start to end without wanting to skip any songs and has some greats like Special Needs and The Bitter End.
My rank would be SWG > S/T > WYIN >BFTS > Meds >>> LLL
I only heard AI and 21st from new era Green Day, couldn't be bothered with the 123 series.
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>>74002612
aint it funny how you're very special (special meaning mentally RETARDED!)

it is a good song
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>>73998924
That's bebop, fast but with a thought. Charlie Parker & Dizzy Gillespie for starters. Some of Miles Davis' Milestones and also his live stuff in Europe and Berin. I don't know of many consistently fast records but there are many tracks in records.
>>73999565
sax, trumpet, keys, drums, bass, guitar:
https://rateyourmusic.com/release/album/les-mccann-eddie-harris/swiss-movement/
https://rateyourmusic.com/release/album/clifford-brown-and-max-roach/study-in-brown-1/
https://rateyourmusic.com/release/album/brad-mehldau/the-art-of-the-trio-volume-two-live-at-the-village-vanguard/
https://rateyourmusic.com/release/album/roy_haynes/out_of_the_afternoon/
https://rateyourmusic.com/release/album/dave_holland_quintet/extended_play__live_at_birdland/
https://rateyourmusic.com/release/album/chet-baker-trio-featuring-philip-catherine/chets-choice/
also many of these are interchangeable, great musicians all around
>>73999737
Cause all those records are incredibly good yet diverse and Nick Cave is better than that weeb crap you like.
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>>74002537
spicy onion: who fucking cares about danny brown
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>>74002808
good opinion
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>>74002808
This

>>74002728
thank you
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>>74002642
>Mine is Sleeping with Ghosts, it's the one I can listen from start to end without wanting to skip any songs and has some greats like Special Needs and The Bitter End
I can see why, very consistent album
no love for LLL? Exit Wounds is great
but yeah, some sub-par stuff on it as well
BMM is my least favourite one
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>>74002668
please stop this ableist abuse.
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>>74002612
>who the fuck puts it in top 10 danny brown songs?
Friends 3.98 from 23 ratings

agreed though, it's a pretty annoying track and this is coming from someone who generally likes danny brown
>>74002728
i'm glad i never went through the edgy phase of discrediting music because it's "weeb"
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>>74002881
LLL's title track is the only one I come back to, I can't quite remember the others.

And yeah, I haven't listened to Black Market Music, should've mentioned that.
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>>74002925
ok weeb
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>>74003276
what is weeb music
i thought we liked nipwank
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>>74003429
nipwank != weebshit
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>>74003486
so what is weebshit?
I imagine it sounds like lolicore
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>>74003429
>i thought we liked nipwank
wtf benji confirmed weeb
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>>74003519
I never listened to a lot of nipwank, and although I kept some juicy nipwanks on my library, I haven't touched the scene for more than a year
Ground Zero still makes me wet though
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>>74003547
wow benji confirmed BIGGEST weeb
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>>74003564
and in fact, I even like one or two animes now
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>>74003593
me too what about it
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Plotted this chart like it's my last ever
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>>74003839
nice
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>>74003486
(not true by the way)
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>Duster - Stratosphere
Yeah I was dumb not listening to this until now, love it. It's just the spacey kind of rock I like and I would have loved it even more when I was on my shoegaze kick. The guitar work reminds me of pavement a bit too. Bad review but good shit. 4/5

>KaitO - Band Red
Pretty good but something about the vibe stopped it from being great. I think i'd have liked it a lot less if i didn't like me some mid 00s indie. 3/5

congrations huttoad ya done good, i'll do you a drone along with the winner(s) of my next tourn
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Damn I never even realized how popular this was, over 2 million views (although I think it's because of the YouTube algorithm)
https://youtu.be/8tKKNV5sXUs
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Gang Starr - Moment of Truth (1998)
>east coast hip hop, boom bap

The late Guru puts on an absolutely exceptional performance here. He rides every beat here perfectly, his cadence and flow are both absolutely perfect; and his conscious, spiritual lyrics are wonderful. Premier's production is a bit spottier. The jazz-influenced tracks are incredible, but the more typical boom bap sound isn't done terribly well, it comes off as a bit generic, and the drums aren't nearly as pounding as I'd like them to be. A very good album bolstered by a terrific MC, but I guess I'm not completely on board with its classic status.

3.0-

The Ornette Coleman Double Quartet - Free Jazz (1961)
>free jazz

The genre has obviously done more monumentous and impressive things since this watershed release, and Coleman's style of collective improvisation is done one better on The Shape of Jazz to Come, but this is still remarkably good from both a historical and a musical perspective. A main thing I picked up from this is just how damn fun it is to listen to. Every musician here sounds like their having the absolute time of their lives blowing away on their horns or beating the absolute stuffing out of their drums. The lineup is absolutely killer as well, and hearing some of these musicians step out of their comfort zone is a delight. There's better stuff in the titular genre, and better stuff by Coleman, but you really can't go wrong with this.

3.0+
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>>74003276
dumbie
>>74003429
probably the anime soundtrack in my 5s, and denpa
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>>74004903
i love the album but i agree about it being spotty, i think if they cut about 20 mins it'd be a lot better. still the high points are some of the best in hip hop

ya need to do karma btw man
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>>74004982
>cut about 20 mins
yeah, i'd say 80 minutes is a bit too long for how much good material they have.

and i'll do karma soon!
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>>74004964
lol didn't even notice the anime soundtrack
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>>74004094
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>>74004551
Congrats Huttoad!
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>>74006396
btw forgot to say i'll probably drone you after too, you can choose or i'll just take some of your 5s and 4.5s
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this post is the death of daily
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>>74007056
Bless.
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https://rateyourmusic.com/~sevbeeee

why
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>>74007147
>didn't even rate Transmission, Flux or Apex, Trancelike

weak effort to be honest
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rip




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