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File: 0ad4d622f1e7115⋯.jpg (113.83 KB, 900x1220, 45:61, patagato_play_by_patamon_c….jpg)

 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




File: 7d87eb2c95f28bb⋯.jpeg (144.05 KB, 634x702, 317:351, ted.jpeg)

 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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 No.99702[Reply]

ITT: artists barely any other person here - if any at all - also know

 No.99875

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Ok.


 No.99905

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Chicago No Wave band that shared members with the Mentally Ill. Self-funded, but too slick to be DIY. Released under 'Autistic Records.' Been playing this in my car.




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 No.99899[Reply]

I've been trying to listen to Classical music but I have this continuous problem where, as I focus on one part of the music, the rest of the music becomes background noise. It stops being in my attention and instead, gets filtered out or blocked out.

Is this the same for all of you? When you guys listen to Classical music, are you really hearing all of it at once? The bass notes? The higher registers? The middle harmonies? I just cannot shake the suspicion that when I listen to music, I'm only really listening to half of it (or potentially less)

Any suggested listening techniques for listening to music? Any recommended reading material, perhaps?



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 No.99861[Reply]

HRH Princess Sikhanyiso of Swaziland aka Pashu or Passionfruit is an aspiring rapper.

What do you think of her music?

https://www.reverbnation.com/pashu

-Bart h204, Bar th2032

 No.99862

>>99861

She have music on any other platforms?


 No.99864

she cute.


 No.99876

>>99864

yea, I saw a picture of her topless on her Wikipedia article. Kinda surprise to find that


 No.99879




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 No.99577[Reply]

ITT: musicians that are close to being great but don't quite make the mark

 No.99595

File: 1faafad37ce87cd⋯.png (395.54 KB, 474x316, 3:2, ClipboardImage.png)


 No.99794

Marina is weird


 No.99799

File: af584a349ccda68⋯.jpg (18.76 KB, 220x220, 1:1, 220px-Dandelion_gum.jpg)

I think Tobacco produces a unique sound but it definitely feels like it's missing something. The stuff he's done solo and with Black Moth Super Rainbow sounds nice but lacks the substance needed to make it sound like something genuine and exciting. Malibu Ken turned out to be a great collaboration, because Tobacco's production complimented Aesop Rock and vice versa.




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 No.99649[Reply]

There's four great songs on this album (Quick One, Telephony, There Is No Food, and Black Metal Records), and everything else is mediocre.

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 No.99735

>>99725

objectively wrong


 No.99749

File: 93e205b16aa4ee7⋯.png (158.87 KB, 696x564, 58:47, Police.png)

>>99649

>not A Quick One Before The Eternal Worm Devours Connecticut

>not I Don't Love

>>99707

good track but

>anime picture


 No.99751

File: 29461426a99cf6e⋯.png (141.03 KB, 467x430, 467:430, 1442432291218-0.png)

>>99749

>posting on an anime website to complain about anime


 No.99755

>>99749

a quick one is there, perhaps the best track from it.


 No.99786

>>99755

oops!!!! you are right

also, checked




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 No.99740[Reply]

Around three years ago I switched over to spotify as my primary source of music. This came out of both convenience and necessity at the time since my phone had only 16GB of storage. However, lately I've started to notice that I have this fear of forgetting music. Like finding a really good band and then forgetting their name and not being able to find them - or in the case of spotify - having a favorite album or song get deleted and never being able to remember the name. It got to the point where i saved text files of my playlists in an attempt to archive the songs. Obviously this doesn't solve the solution of access but now that I have a stable income I'm starting to download or buy physical copies whenever I can. At first the convenience of streaming was appealing but now I hate it. Some of my fondest memories were going through thrift music stores for hours with friends. Fuck streaming.

Have you guys ever experienced this?

 No.99744

>>99740

I think I understand what you're talking about. For me it's more about forgetting about the impact music can have when you can easily switch over to an entirely different artist on a whim. I can only think of two bands that I've stumbled upon and got into through Spotify: PiL and Echo & The Bunnymen; ToddInTheShadows has a better track record in that regard for fuck's sake. Every other band has been either word of mouth or looking up full albums on Youtube. Even pirating full discographies feels more satisfying/respectful to the artist than streaming.


 No.99761

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>>99744

spotify doesn't even have new underground stuff to find. most of the music i've found has come from the 2012-2015 bandcamp era of quality -and most times FREE- music. Almost everything I listen to now is essentially an extension of those bands. There was such a vibrant underground scene back then, man, i truly miss those days. I still try searching for new bands or genres but everyones just trying to be an indie rock band or some form of rapper.

Fuck man even soundcloud used to be pretty good. I remember seeing teamsesh's rise unfold in front of my eyes. remember when fifty grand was still a girl? lmao. her/his first few eps were fucking fantastic compared to the shit he makes now. they were called "I dont know why" and "join you" i recommend checking them out.

Idk man music used to fill me with such hope and inspiration but now it feels like a shadow of what it used to be. maybe im having an early boomer phase but the amount of quality releases in 2018 compared to 2016 is fucking embarrassing. that was such a good year for music.

IM

TIRED

OF

INDIE

ROCK




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 No.99759[Reply]

I've been told you people like old prog rock, but not so much the new stuff.

Here are some great modern bands to check out as well as a recommended song to start with for each of them.

Easy listening:

Bent knee: Terror Bird

Thank You Scientist: The Amateur Arsonist's Handbook

Moon Safari: A Kid Called Panic

Big Big Train: The First Rebreather

Flying Colors: The Fury of my Love

The Dear Hunter: The Thief

Haken: Cockroach King

Harder listening:

The Mars Volta: Day of the Baphomets

Native Construct: Mute

Poh Hock: Evil Eye

Others by No One: Death of a Clone

Leprous: Painful Detour

If you're new to prog or want more, here's progarchives top 100 albums of all time:

http://www.progarchives.com/top-prog-albums.asp

 No.99760

Moon Safari fun fact: All 6 members of the band can sing, which is why some of the vocal parts sound amazing.




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 No.98270[Reply]

Hook me up with you most bad ass marches bros. Hit me hard.

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 No.98470

>>98282

What the fuck is this?


 No.98570

>>98470

Crash Worship.


 No.99698

>marching band

do you mean like the BOA/DCI shit or like actual marches?

>DCI shit

posting a classic https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sLrIn7w0W0A

and new shit that makes me feel https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=quf_gBU2tRk

>actual marches

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eJ0qATYLUco

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E9MrRWsSK5g

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fDkpURX_Ed4


 No.99731

Invidious embed. Click thumbnail to play.


 No.99750

>>99731

ok this is epic




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 No.99500[Reply]

post ugly or just generally unattractive music artists.

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 No.99683

File: 0277268fb0f2961⋯.jpg (18.4 KB, 465x590, 93:118, tim.jpg)

File: 78eb057ab0b0c91⋯.jpg (70.02 KB, 700x1000, 7:10, tim2.jpg)

love his work and he was a really nice dude

but jesus

was he one ugly fucker


 No.99691

File: 9e872befb678f68⋯.jpg (47.99 KB, 515x636, 515:636, serveimage.jpg)

File: 3f4389626e3771c⋯.jpg (112.41 KB, 1000x874, 500:437, serveimage2.jpg)

>>99683

That left picture is pretty creepy. I think he would have looked better with shorter hair, but he was still a homely-looking guy regardless. He was a talented guy, though, despite his status as a gimmick musician.


 No.99693

File: eaee566d1f1b38b⋯.mp4 (5.03 MB, 384x288, 4:3, God Bless Tiny Tim.mp4)

>>99691

He has unbelievably underrated music.


 No.99726

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>>99693

Yeah, and most people only know his covers of "Tiptoe Through the Tulips" and "Livin' in the Sunlight, Lovin' in the Moonlight" (and the latter just because of that SpongeBob SquarePants episode). His status as a living meme during his heyday was really a double-edged sword. His wavery falsetto definitely made him stand out as a novelty, but it ended up casting a shadow on his natural baritone voice and encyclopedic knowledge of old Tin Pan Alley songs.


 No.99747

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File: e22f7e6609db353⋯.jpg (22.44 KB, 480x360, 4:3, prunes.jpg)




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 No.98591[Reply]

Thoughts? Is it the most relevant NIN since TDS?

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 No.98634

>>98631

Cleveland, Ohio?


 No.99031

>>98631

How do long-time fans get along with the fact that creatively NIN is no longer exclusively Trent?


 No.99036

>>99031

Well NIN hasn't always been exclusively Reznor. He's done a lot of collabs with artists like David Bowie, Aphex Twin and Marilyn Manson.

Ross has also been a creative force on the project for around twenty years.


 No.99038

>>98591

I honestly think that between the three albums there's some of their best and some of their most questionable work. Background World, Less Than, She's Gone Away and pretty much the entirety of bad witch are all straight up bangers, but then there's a football themed song or something and into the arms of the lovers.

>>98610

Not that anon, but to me it sounded too much like with teeth for every other track.

I do like that it had a double meaning though, it had the surface level "orange man bad" type shit, but if you read a little bit further between the lines it's jabbing hard at the people who were begging NiN to do something like this all that time.


 No.99723

In your opinion, which era of NIN is the best? I like The Fragile-era NIN the most.




File: 6e804e725381552⋯.webm (3.86 MB, 640x360, 16:9, Blank Banshee - Frozen Fl….webm)

 No.95770[Reply]

Post music

Fun visuals are optional but encouraged.

I really wish we had mp3 embedding.

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 No.98383

File: 3c61a18c40914ed⋯.webm (5.28 MB, 640x360, 16:9, rip_tide.webm)


 No.99613

File: 0a2a1d5bfd777b8⋯.webm (4.9 MB, 640x360, 16:9, 1O579I5wNa0.webm)

bump


 No.99635

File: 4c60c093accfa02⋯.webm (14.79 MB, 480x270, 16:9, Q3A - Untitled B2.webm)


 No.99719

File: 6e2a90018e625d5⋯.webm (7.1 MB, 640x360, 16:9, Filiae maestae Jerusalem.webm)




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 No.99705[Reply]

ITT: bands that most of us probably know but have been abandoned and forgotten about

 No.99706

File: bc2dd97a813e14f⋯.jpg (25.81 KB, 300x296, 75:74, ajj.jpg)

>>99705

used to love them tbh


 No.99716

>>99706

How cucked are they nowadays?




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 No.98340[Reply]

I wrote a tool that lists off an artists genres so I wouldn't have to dig through Wikipedia and all the disambiguation stuff just to find them, thought it would come in handy for you guys.

https://campfire.ratwires.space/

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 No.98395

>>98354

Yeah pretty much, this gives more immediate feedback though which is nice.


 No.98396

>>98350

>I think any genre with a hyphen is omitted from results

Thanks for this, I'm uploading the fix right now.

>the reason this happens is because it doesn't take references into account

>Also anything with a space in requires the words after the space to be capitalised

I'll take a closer look at these two later.


 No.98424

>>98394

What's your argument? CGI's only problem is the cost of spawning the executable, which is why fastCGI and SCGI exist.


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 No.99674

File: 6984c1b9b755ee1⋯.gif (883.67 KB, 272x320, 17:20, unholy_matrimony.gif)

Neat, this might come in handy since I was in the process of organizing my music directory when I saw this.




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