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File: 9f53b67cfc4c2a0⋯.jpg (189.69 KB, 792x1080, 11:15, lns6jRd5RmY.jpg)

 No.98990[Reply]

Recommend some Russian musicians and bands like Буерак and ssshhhiiittt! or post-punk, indie rock

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 No.99011

music ok. lyrics start weak, then are ok, but never easily intelligible. if punk is about, to emphasize the poetry of the lyrics, minimizing the music, then post-punk ought to go beyond punk, beyond mere emphatic minimization: to torture the lyrics to their superlative poetry, cruxiate music to it's silent ascension. just as post-modernism is a superlative involution and extension of modernism (though, as well as punk, have nothing to do with their respective namesakes, but misnomial convention oughtn't control our knowledge)


 No.99015

What's the Arabic text Russian song about? The singer dances effeminitely with ak47s or rifles on his shirt and jackets. I'm trying to find what that message means.


 No.99020

If you like post-punk you should try Utro.


 No.99909

Slaughter to prevail


 No.100106

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sorta like Thinking Fellers Union Local 282, Bugskull, Fly Ashtray, discovered them by random after looking up industrial band ZGA, also from Russia-




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 No.81651[Reply]

>ctrl+f

>classical

>0 results

how can you call yourselves /mu/ if you only post shit genres? we need a real music thread going on, i'll start with some good shiet.

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 No.98791

File: e76b3f6057adc83⋯.jpeg (394.85 KB, 787x1000, 787:1000, E5376A27-15A2-472D-9279-5….jpeg)

https://youtube.com/watch?v=mnV2mHk7_Mc

I don’t listen to much classical but I’d like to start. I stumbled upon this piece of music and I’m enthralled by it and want to find more like it, what sort of classical is it? What is a requiem?


 No.98792

>>98353

absolute trash. please don’t post that meme music here again


 No.98836

>>94304

>>94335

>>94405

>>94409

There's a lot of good instrumental music being made for anime, but it's hard to get people to even consider it. It's either no good because it wasn't made before the 20th century by important establishment-approved people, or because soundtrack music can't be real music, or because anything associated with anime has to be bad.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bCM3clq-_c0

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9F4SNvhaVIc

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QGgYSqT_S4Q

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b-elgADLjmU

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AjI6OtaXO38

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kw19XDSB0ZI


 No.98861

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 No.100084

saving bump you niggers




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 No.99427[Reply]

/nsmg/ - National Socialist Music General

A place to discuss pro-white, fascist, NatSoc, far-right, etc. music and artists.

To-Do List:

Create an Essentials chart

Beginner's guide/Starter pack?

Archiving and linking of music that (((they))) have taken off of YouTube, Spotify, Soundcloud, etc.

What are you listening to? What do you think some essential NS songs/albums/artists are?

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 No.99526

>>99464

8/pol/ anthem


 No.99928

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bump

heres a guy that walks alone, he writes his own music and performs at rallies

dunno how many people know about paddy tarleton

but hes a decent songwriter and understands music theory

which is more than I can say about myself.


 No.99929

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>>99928

but my personal favorite of his


 No.100064

>>99928

good shit, where can i find his stuff? his bandcamp seems to have been deleted


 No.100066

I should mention that I recently learned that Christian Vander (Magma's mastermind) got flake at some point because he said that Indians and Apefricans were "helpless degenerate primates".

That's nice, because "Mëkanïk Dëstruktïẁ Kömmandöh" is the perfect soundtrack for a racial cleansing.




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 No.99988[Reply]

WOO

THAT'S RARE, NIGGA

WOO

RICK FLAIR, NIGGA

 No.100001

RIC FLAIR DRIP GO WOOO ON A BITCH




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 No.99561[Reply]

She Works Out Too Much is the best song on this

 No.99986

>>99561

My favorite is Me and Michael probably but She Works Out Too Much is probably 2nd or 3rd




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 No.99465[Reply]

Anyone care for shoegaze? What are your favourite bands and albums? Listened to this the other day it's pretty cool.

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 No.99671

>>99480

Very interesting band.


 No.99696

File: 1d671060b1635da⋯.jpg (31.56 KB, 700x700, 1:1, der.jpg)

File: 1073d2688ae36e5⋯.png (245.64 KB, 525x395, 105:79, der2.png)

I'm looking for more fantastical, trippy, dreamy, and magical sounding music. I suppose it's best suited to this thread since OP pic is one of my favorites.

https://youtu.be/HMKkbco7UFE

https://youtu.be/IvTNBbFkq4w


 No.99737

File: d85282f5b597998⋯.png (197.1 KB, 700x700, 1:1, ClipboardImage.png)

https://open.spotify.com/track/0ELMMkWxdyqv2MLB1l1E7Q?si=K8L5zIORTo2et8aw_8t1mA

found these guys a while ago but have been listening to them a lot lately. a bit industrial darkwave-y and gothic but very good music to read or study to.

https://open.spotify.com/track/492tPJYFpCXqIPazHtKjho?si=YLaGYPBJRXC8qgN86hHueQ

also DIIV, beach fossils, and What Moon Things are HQ picks. Someone Who Isn't Me by the latter has some of my favorite songs on it. Quit, Party Down The Street and Carpet Farm.


 No.99739

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honorable mention


 No.99984

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>>99465

this might get you started. I'd personally prefer a traditional dream pop route, and if you enjoyed Candy Claws you might go that way. Anyway, here's some albums that might fill your cravings:

Paavoharju - Yhä hämärää

Asobi Seksu - Citrus

Lush - Split

LSD and the Search for God - S/T

DoZzz - Poem of Love ◇ Poem of Sadness

Slowdive - Souvlaki (kind of an essential if you are starting on dreampop shoegaze)

Ecstasy of St. Theresa - Pigment




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 No.99904[Reply]

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 No.99937

>>99913

>"redpilled metal bands" and "national socialist music" mean exactly the same thing


 No.99940

>>99937

Being redpilled literally means being retarded.

Searching for "redpilled" music is similarily retarded. If you can't judge whether the music does what you want or more you are retarded.

Immortal Technique is redpilled.


 No.99969

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 No.99973

>>99969

Varg was really cute :3c




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 No.99251[Reply]

https://youtu.be/KwUnLRRmGys

ITT music that would make you want to kys if you hadnt already decided you were too much of a pussy to follow through.

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 No.99922

>>99833

Still doesn't explain funeral doom


 No.99933

>>99437

Stoner/modern doom literally all sounds the same, not closely similar. All the guitar tones are the fuzzed and tubed sound, vocalist mimicking the range of Ozzy, and all the lyrics talk about getting stoned or getting sad from what I've been mostly recommended and listened to. It all feels like a giant tribute to Black Sabbath rather than a legitimate genre and the artists even acknowledge it. More to do with the problem of modern art than the genre perhaps.


 No.99961

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>>99408

Like this.


 No.99967

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>>99833

>Similar to how black metal is literally surf rock with the treble set to 11.


 No.99968

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Everyone knows pantera, i know. But this song is fucked up. It's about phil's father molesting him as a kid, and how he feels about it now at 25 years




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 No.95953[Reply]

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MZyH3KhToT4

So I have recently found out that jazz metal exists and I now need MORE, can y'all help a niggy out finding more stuff like this?

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 No.99873

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necrobump


 No.99888

>>95953

I wouldn't call it jazz metal, but Native Construct sounds very similar to the song you sent. I would call both bands prog metal.


 No.99919

I checked out Native Construct and it sounds like what would happen if FNM/Mr. Bungle/literally anything Mike Patton is involved in decided to binge listen to a shitload of Czech grindcore. Nice, kinda weird, down my alley though.


 No.99936

>>98150

Progressive metal was also influenced by regular metal, which was influenced by rock, which was influenced by blues, which was influenced by African American slave songs. Does that mean progressive metal is influenced by African American slave music? Dysrhythmia aren't jazz-influenced. I don't know why someone saying that would make them an elitist.


 No.99958

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I don't really like most of the stuff ITT I think it's a meme, metal is better by itself and so is jazz. Embed is Gorod, they're metal but some of the riffs are very reminiscent of jazz.




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 No.99955[Reply]

absolute dissent

 No.99956

Solid album. I'm more into their new wave stuff, though.




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 No.99766[Reply]

Does /mu/ know about any good music players?

I'm looking for one that has

-large storage or at least expandable memory

-flac support

-the ability to play all songs on shuffle

That last one is eluding me. My sandisk clip jam has no support for more than 2000 songs and I have way more than that.

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 No.99822

>>99785

This but use Poweramp. It's proprietary but hands down the best player for android.


 No.99823

I just use foobar 'cuz "muh open source"


 No.99824

File: cd3bfb1557f5a22⋯.jpg (147.53 KB, 565x648, 565:648, 1380552071853.jpg)

>>99766

I can't help you there. I just stick to an old Clip+ I picked a couple up when they were $20 for refurbished ones back before they were discontinued. It's too bad they haven't brought them back with better build quality (one ended up crapping out on me).

>>99821

Pic related.


 No.99867

>>99823

I don't think Foobar2000 is open source, it's just freeware.


 No.99932

File: 4f0418c20a6ce0d⋯.gif (1022.16 KB, 500x375, 4:3, 1463944979806.gif)

6th gen iPod? It sucks that middle-level dedicated audio players don't exist anymore, you either gotta get cheap chinky plastic shit or shell out thousands.




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 No.99655[Reply]

Can we talk about no wave?

Been listening to Mars - Complete Studio Recordings lately, it's pretty sick

 No.99682

As far as No Wave goes i've only heard early Swans, not the biggest fan but it's "nice" from tiem to time


 No.99746

>>99655

I decided to re-listen to No New York, and I was surprised that I liked it better than when I first got into No Wave. It's usually the opposite thing with most experimental music with me. I guess no wave is different in that it always had a strong sense of rhythm, despite being weird and having a lot of outsider cred.

Not strictly a part of the scene, but I have been listening to Chrome a lot.


 No.99923

It's good but inspired a lot of faggotry


 No.99931

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Does this count?




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 No.99049[Reply]

I'll start off with mine, this hit all of the radio waves in Europe back in 2002, and no, he was NOT a one hit wonder…

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 No.99834

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 No.99865

>>99830

I've seen worse, be glad you ain't one of the lucky ones who saw the uncut extended version where he has a dick and where the van clearly blows up in the end (this was made around 9/11).

>>99834

I kind of like it.

Do these guys have an album or a bandcamp or something?


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 No.99925

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>>99049

It's a damn shame, BoBo used to be the king of European Club music…

I know it's not cringy, but I'm making a point here.


 No.99926

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>>99865

>be glad you ain't one of the lucky ones who saw the uncut extended version where he has a dick and where the van clearly blows up in the end

I was, that shit was shown in pretty much all of Europe




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 No.99629[Reply]

Limp Bizkit, Grindcore, cheesy 80s romance music, Justin Bieber, The Shaggs - Philosophy of the World, Metallica - Lulu, Twenty One Pilots, Animal Collective, The Beatles, (your least favorite band here), dubstep, vocaloid, pop music, weird foreign music, African voodoo drum music, Rush, obscure vinyls, the Living Tombstone, Bob Marley… there's like no music I don't like at least a little bit.

Try to find a band I'll dislike. Bet you can't.

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 No.99685

why did you make this thread

why would any of us care


 No.99703

>>99666 (Checked)

Xiu Xiu is great

Bjork is okay

Death Grips is meh but still not particularly terrible


 No.99704

>>99664

Nah, they're amazing


 No.99907

File: 3d4d840c858fd55⋯.png (3.27 MB, 1440x2880, 1:2, Screenshot_2019-04-03-02-2….png)

Here.


 No.99918

Arseterror




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 No.99039[Reply]

why are 99.999% of musicians left-wing?

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 No.99894

Truth is, artists are too retarded to have even remotely consistent politics, let alone correct ones.


 No.99900

>>99742

In Touching from a Distance, his former wife whines about his habit that he had a habit of ripping on Indians for not using toilets. I think it's the Rudolf Hess comment you're thinking of, although Ian Curtis was really just into Nazism for the aesthetics. You can't really blame him for the fascination.

I don't know much about John Maus, but he comes across as a huge faggot from his Wikipedia article.


 No.99915

>>99101

Savage, as Jim Goad usually is. I'm legit poor though and mostly because of societal neglect and hatred of the mentally ill and criminally insane. Most people hate what I do and I get off on it. But despite all that, I'm not gonna hate on classic rock or something like The Bee Gees. Good tunage is good tunage.


 No.99916

>>99894

Most of what I do is to be as confusive as possible. Always making the listener second guess themselves.


 No.99917

>>99110

Nazbol, because it missed everyone off and is purposefully attention seeking




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