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/druz/ - Druzhina

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 No.74

Recommend books, movies, TV shows, music, etc.

 No.77

Read "The Picture of Dorian Gray"

It's so fucking good.


 No.82

I’d recommend the work of Haruki Murakami. His style isn’t for everyone, but I love his vivid imagery and tendency to delve into magical realism. One of the great contemporary Japanese authors.


 No.83

For movies, I’d recommend Silence of the Lambs if you haven’t seen it and A Clockwork Orange (weird as shit, but it grows on you)

Also if anyone here hasn’t seen Donnie Darko or Fight Club, those are both must-watch films. Props to the fine anon who introduced me to those


 No.101

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I would recommend the anime "Kriby Right Back At Ya"

It's better than you'd think.

I promise.

The whole thing's on YouTube if you're interested.

https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL3niGGifcF1iuNAxYCTykAMH_Z5LqkV4T


 No.109

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If you like stealth games or games before vidya went to shit, I highly recommend the first two Thief games. They're a pinnacle of the genre in gameplay and have surprisingly engaging plots. The community content is godtier as well with a two decade collection of excellent fms


 No.280

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I'm rather fond of a singer by the name of Руся. She's a Ukrainian pop singer who was popular in the 90s. Her stuff has a sort of synth-poppy sound to it which I enjoy. I don't know, her stuff is just kind of fun.

Some links:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RjE0PG_yEM8&list=PLk3HdLF_h2LBlUqRhPaJrmCOGisDoa0Cl&index=2&t=0s

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vhv9fDd3UDg&list=PLk3HdLF_h2LBlUqRhPaJrmCOGisDoa0Cl&index=2

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8sUp28ITuAE&list=PLk3HdLF_h2LBlUqRhPaJrmCOGisDoa0Cl&index=3


 No.282

https://youtube.com/watch?v=Sn2w_C1Z3dg

Comfy shit, been listening to that a lot today,


 No.283

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>>282

Good share, this is some really nice shit.


 No.284

>>282

Damn, this is really good, thanks anon.


 No.285

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>>280

Damn, didn't expect to see anyone else into Rusya.

I really like this song, by Alan Stivell I find it super comfy, haven't heard too much by him that i like, but this one is great.


 No.286

What sort of music does the Druzhina like to listen to?


 No.292

>>286

Personally, I listen to a very eclectic mix of music from a variety of genres, from classical to synth-pop. To be honest, I like most forms of music and can appreciate the artistry inherent to the musical creation process.


 No.301


 No.302

>>286

I listen to whatever sounds good from good old folk to weeb shit. Country is trash though.


 No.303

>>301

If you're more into military marches and old Soviet military music, I'd highly recommend this playlist by my boy Redsamurai84

https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL0g-YW_Z9IPCwpBw69owTg2DNF7Dcg2LQ


 No.307

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Melnitsa…


 No.314

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The Minute Hour is one of those hidden gems you find by mistake. Top tier comedy and Broadway level songs.


 No.338

Check this out if you're into cutting edge experimental music:

https://fart.bandcamp.com/releases


 No.364

>>286

Metal mostly, but I also like folk and scattered songs from other genres.


 No.402

lofi is top-tier, like just those youtube study beats playlists are comfy.


 No.439

>>286

I used to listen to metal exclusively and it's still my favourite genre, but now I like a whole bunch of different music. I don't know if you guys get this, but for me it feel kinda lonely listening to less popular music despite really liking it.


 No.443

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>>439

I use to feel that way, wanting to share my exotic tastes with friends. It's never worked. Having non-normie tastes means you have a flavor of individuality that separates you from the zeitgeist. It's comfy to be alone though.


 No.580

>>314

Thanks anon, I've been listening to a lot of these they're great.


 No.601

Well shit, you have to ask for a specific recommendation. What are you looking for? A book, an author, a movie, a director, some music, a band, a discography? I can recommend many things, but only if you ask.


 No.602

>>601

What are some of your favorite pieces of music? I've found a lot of good stuff here, so if you'd be willing to share, that'd be great.




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