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/mu/ makes an album: Tutorial Edition

Autistic Rage Festival is back at again.

/mu/ and friends produce an album, and only YOU can help us.

If you are unfamiliar with the rules, there is a post below, which should clear things up.

>First GET with image is cover

>First GET with text is album title

>No rerolls if you are one off.


30th March


Same day, 00:00 AM Greenwich Mean Time

(Midnight between friday and saturday for europeans)


If that is troublesome, please complain now and not in 15 days.

Listen along stream will be in:


Our other albums can be found on:



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Questions that Don't Deserve their Own Thread

This thread is meant to be for the "What's the song in my webm/mp4", "What genre is X", "Where can I find more of Y" threads that keep popping up in the catalog. Mods pls sticky when you can.

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New BO + Meta Thread

Meta thread. If you have a complaint about moderation, post it here. If you have a rule suggestion, post it here, and it might become a new rule. This OP was edited December 27th 3:56am UTC since a lot of the information was out of date, irrelevant or just quite cluttering.

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/mu/ makes a physical copy

Alright faggots, as promised, I decided to make actual CDs for an Autistic Rage Festival album, and since we couldn't really decide which one should it be, I decided it should be no other than the debut.

>How do I get one?

You send me an email to yungdaggerdick@nigge.rs and we talk about it.

>How much it costs?

The shipping cost is all you need to pay for, which is up to you how much you want to pay:

<If you want registered mail, it will cost 2020 HUF to European countries (not only EU members) and 2175 HUF to the rest of the world.

<If you say fuck it gimme your cheapest, that will be 835 HUF ($2.96) to Europe and 935 HUF ($3.32) to the rest of the world.

The cheapest option means the it won't be registered, I can't track it down and if this shit gets lost on the way to you it will be fucking lost and the post office wont refund. It also arrives like weeks later.

The package obviously ships from Hungary, it contains a gluten free fragile-ass jewel case and 2 CDs I will draw dicks on. I will also draw other shit on it if you ask nicely.

You can listen to the masterpiece here:


I'm not sure how many of y'all gonna order one, I can make about 10 copies, so grab it while it's hot.

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Dare you enter the realm of /mu/

The sticky exists for a reason, to get started

-Read the fucking rules before you post, in the reply below

-Catalog for lazy people:


-Check out music made by the people of the board




-The /mu/ wiki


-Where can I download X?

>4chan archive/sharethreads - https://rbt.asia/mu/ (8archive.moe used to be a thing, and maybe it will be again some day)

>Soulseek - http://soulseekqt.net (or Nicotine+ for Linux users - https://www.nicotine-plus.org/)

>Google/Startpage/whatever + "zippy" "mega" "rar" or "blogspot"

-Discover music





Note: this was edited by the current BO

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New Avey thread

It's dropped! What's the consensus round here?

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5/5 Breddy good :D

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How do I get good at making songs with the computer?

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Fave album thread


Post your all-time favorites

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/mu/tanta, more psychedelic/space/drone/post-rock like this? I've been digging this type of music.




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Happy Birthday Johann Sebastian Bach

press R for respects

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Fuck Lemmy

1 minute and 10 seconds into this video, Lemmy says:

>if this bloody thing is ever gonna work out properly, then we all have to intermarry and screw each other blind and get to be coffeeish

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Post your stuff and put some tags on it

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To those who make music. What did you learn along your journey? What were the most important skills you acquired? What tips would you give beginners?

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/metal/ thread

The /metal/ board is dead and so is the endchan, so post metal alums you've recently checked out

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my time at a venue in the 90’s

Have any of you worked at a venue? Maybe like 5% of you have and i’m one of them. So i worked at a small club in LA from 1989 to mid 2004. It was a mainly punk club with a lot of underground bands that disappeared but every once in a while one band would play right before they hit big. I remember hearing that soundgarden played a show right as my shift ended so i heard maybe the first three songs but i have no idea what they were. I did however hear and record full sets from nirvana and green day.

Nirvana i believe played in august of 1990 with the drumer of the melvins i think. I recorded soundcheck and the show. i can’t remember the setlist fully but they played for sure in bloom, love buzz, school, lithium, negative creep, and blew plus at soundcheck they played paper cuts and mexican seafood, kinda as it was more of a jam than the actual song with it turning into a improv solo after the second chorus. my guess is that no one remembered how to play the song fully. I remember making a copy for myself and one for my friend who after kurt’s death asked me for copy so he could go to trading circles and use my tape to get rarer shows. I haven’t listened to the tape in 15 or so years and i can’t find it so i can’t upload it. I thought it was on live nirvana but no one knows that this even happened.

The more interesting item i had was two green day concerts, one from early 94, and the other 04 right before i quit. The 94 concert was right as longview started to appear on the radio but this show had like 100 people when the max capacity was 250 so it really wasn’t that big.They just went on stage, checked that everything was working, then started playing. The setlist was really weird as having a blast, in the end, and pulling teeth were played and this was the only time they played the songs on the tour and wouldn’t til 2013! I might have the cassette with this show somewhere but i probably won’t upload it unless i transfer it.

The last show i recorded was a 2004 show they did before they left for a gig in japan. They played under a pseudonym that i can’t remember but i know that me and the staff knew that green day were playing. This show was werid in that it was just green day with their touring guitarist. The sound check was also strangely long with them playing too much too soon, stuck with me, and some tracks off nimrod like nice guys finish last. I remember that i asked if too much too soon would be on the new album and one of the guys said it was a leftover from an album that was 75% complete before they decided that it wasn’t as good as they hoped it would be. Also they told me that some of the tracks on the scrapped record were merged into tracks on American while some might be recorded as b sides. The main setlist was like a proto verson of the actual setlist for the tour with American idot, jesus of suburbia, Holiday, and WMUWSE being played but there also was Letterbomb,Chump before longview,A bit of Burnout,Shoplifter, and J.A.R. This show ended with time of your life but during the bridge it turned into a full on jam with people stage diving and the whole place just exploded into chaos. After that they walked off and i was just shocked of how good they played.I recorded the show digitaly and multi tracked so i might find a recording on my computer and i may post after mixing the tracks. I quit as the place soon closed after green day played so i now work at another punk venue which is kinda unknown so i don’t feel like giving it’s name.

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National Socialist Music General

/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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What the hell is up with the inputs on these old amps. Currently it's functioning as high(in) normal(out) high(in)

It's not a preamp out, and do the bright and normal 'channels' use different preamp tubes? They still interact when I just plug in to the normal input.

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Thread for giant cunts

Pic related as always.

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*OFFICIAL* Bandcamp Thread

Let this be the only one.

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The Cure are making their first album in over a decade

Given how their last four albums were, how much is it gonna suck?



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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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RIP Dick Dale

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Chat with synchronized music and video


We're listening to some Paul Anka right now; feel free to put on your own music.

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Ugly fucks

post ugly or just generally unattractive music artists.

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Currently listening Thread

What are you currently listening to /mu/?

pic related

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Favorite Synthwave

ITT: We talk about our favorite synthwave artists/songs


It just feels like true 80's/90's movie tunes, it's got that vibe and progression that incites the images of old 80's films in your head

favorite song by him is easily Overdrive, from Redline

mostly becauseo f that sick fucking solo it makes my dick hard

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Who else is going?

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What happened to music

I can only seem to be able to enjoy music from the previous century, some from the 00s but after that everything sounds so generic and watered down to me, I mean maybe there are som songs here and there that I might find good but I haven't heard anything that actually sticks out, where I think "Wow this song is amazing", I guess drum & bass was the last great genre that mixed a lot of different styles which made it very diverse. Is it just nostalgia? or was music just better in the 19th century?

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Doom metal


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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Eurovision general.

Who're you're favorites this year?

Iceland's probably gonna be most talked about: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-ELSP8zqhXo

Portugal's pretty weird too: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xSbp8lwCQp8

France has a good chance of winning: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VydsMYa9lyI

San Marino's pretty fun: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l5arNtTYK1s

And Norway's just awesome: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=50WutSRykdE

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/mu/ makes an album: Chocolate Pudding Edition

You know the rules, and so do I.

I'm giving a long ass deadline, so I wanna see a lot of tracks this time.

>First GET with image is the cover

>First GET with a title is the title

>you can't get the image and cover with the same post

>I'll pick whatever I like the more, if you decide to post both nevertheless

>No rerolls if you're one off.

Deadline and listenalong:

26th February

04:00 AM GMT+1

Previous albums:


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General request / share thread.

Looking for:

Big Money - either album

Gary Burton - Country Roads

Hardknox - s/t

Brent Cash - How Strange It Seems

Sci-Fi Skane - s/t

Buffy Sainte-Marie - Illuminations

Art Garfunkel - The Animals' Christmas

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Underrated Industrial Bands

I like My Life with the Thrill Kill Kult. They never seemed to go mainstream. Their music is Industrial, but instead of having a rock beat under it, it's more of a Disco sound, yet still classifies as Industrial. The Satanic messages are pretty awesome too. TKK is also significant as being one of the first artists to sign to Chicago's iconic Wax Trax label, which pioneered the Industrial sound of the 1990's.

Anyone else have Underrated Industrial Bands to share?

Pics are a few select covers of their records.

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Techno newbie asks for recc

I've heard from Emmanuel (Installations)

Boston 168 (Oblivion)

Aphex Twin

Mike Derer - Beautiful Chaos

More with this sound? Idk

Pic not related

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No matter how carefully I strum or what position it is held in, my pick seems to keep getting "stuck" on strings. I'm officially retarded. Could it be the pick material that's causing the problem?

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Keith Flint dies age 49


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/SOW/ - SOundcloWn gen'ral

Give me your best crazy edits…… Lately I've been into major/minor/mode swaps

Eurythmics in Major key

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f0zfD3nfG4w [Embed]

katy perry i kissed a girl https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oOLFXme_1dw [Embed]

la vida loca major https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v6B5zKKnNL4 [Embed]

Other greats

Soulja Boy X Dr. Mario https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dcLCnfKpixs [Embed]

MY PERSONAL FAVORITE: Takyon X Heads Will Roll


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Albums you like by artists/bands you don't.

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You are now aware that the most successful Napolitano song is literally an advertising jingle for a train route that hasn't existed for over 75 years.

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does noise jazz exist?

I know free jazz but I mean shit that combines Coltrane and Coleman with Merzbow or Consumer Electronics?

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Hell be fine

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Dead Honesty

I have probably made 3-5 ventures on /mu/

All of which were successful (you really are a good set of lads)

This being said I want you to tell me your honest thoughts on this.

1. You may not look it up

2. It is very much not fitting in any mold that I know

No cheating allowed

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*destroys classical music*

heh, nothing personnel kiddo

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So i tried other chans /mu/ boards in order to find something similar to this track and failed, seems like it's not that easy to find that same vibe this track has.

I'm not really looking for something similar to Archy Marshall's music but just this one track, which i think has more of that night time groovy vibe, if anyone knows of anything close please post it below, would really appreciate it!


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What are some good albums that give you some flipping through late night tv feelings? I can't think of many.

Vid related.

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Märta Maräng general.

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Nt:. suicide songs

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Were the 80's the pinnacle of music videos?



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Grind Thread!

Share some spicy grind

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Instrumental Rock

>ctrl f

>instrumental rock 0 results

Come on, guys. Music can touch us even without lyrics.

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Find me the song that matches this GIF best, and I'll give you my variation of a dollar

Only one rule:

It has to be a song.

Happy Hunting…

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ITT: Bands that take another band's main gimmick Animal Collective's messy, psychedelic noise and just do it so much better

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>buying albums of live shows

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Mark Hollis, Talk Talk's singer-songwriter is dead



Absolutely devestating. He was one of the best people in music

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So now that R Kelly is a confirmed nonce, we got quite a bunch of accomplished names on our side. Gary Glitter, Rolf Harris, Roy Harper, Michael Jackson (probably), George Michael (suspected)….. who else is one of us?

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It's never coming out.

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2000s Core

Post songs that instantly give you that early 2000s fee;

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I don't get it

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why are 99.999% of musicians left-wing?

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Joni Mitchell>Bob Dylan, Neil Young, Leonard Cohen, cast majority of all singer songwriters

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Marilyn Manson is a horrible person

What the fuck guys?

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http://www.hbr1.com/ IS FUCKING BANGING !!!!

Still going strong from 2001.

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Drum & Bass

I've just been starting to really get into DnB music, any good recommendations? So far some stand out favorites include:

>Amon Tobin - Bricolage

>Omni Trio

>T-Power - The Self Evident Truth of an Intuitive Mind

>Wax Doctor

>Soichi Terada - Sumo Jungle Grandeur

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Post the Absolute Cringiest Music Videos you've ever seen!

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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Japanese Trad/Speed Metal

Let's talk about anything Japanese trad/speed metal related.

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What does /mu/ think of My Life with the Thrill Kill Kult?

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Let's talk about how great Mozzer is.

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There will never be badass rockers anymore and all the gangster niggers will be replaced with emo rappers and faggots enjoy your neutered soy music of the future.


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Physical Music Media Thread

>inb4 "paying for music"

Yeah yeah, you're so much smarter than we are.

Let's see those collections, /mu/.

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What does /mu/ think of Hope Sandoval?

I like her

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autechre thread

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NIN trilogy

Thoughts? Is it the most relevant NIN since TDS?

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Boomer Music Humor

Honestly, this is probably beyond most of you but I consider this a form of community service uploading it here.

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JAMZZ thread



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new death grips album cover

it's happening baby.

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Russian Bands

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

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Anybody else hate this shit?

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/obscure/ thread.

Post your random shit, and what you think. Vinyl bargain bins welcome. Unknown /mu/ drops here. Here's mine.

2nd Honeymoon Deaf School. 2 bucks bargain bin. Knock knock knocking best so far. For '77 pretty ahead of their time. Enjoyable. Unique and original but with familiar vibes. Feel like all the songs have familiaruty and elements of successful hits. Nice dynamics.

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new Have A Nice Life album is coming

It was confirmed through this post from Flenser. It's about time. http://theflenser.com/the-flenser-membership-series-series-one/

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Good shit you've heard recently

What have you heard as of late that really blew you away?

I've been trying to go through anything Mike Patton's been involved in and started with Mr. Bungle and wow, I really don't even know how to describe that band. I love the constant genre-cycling and mostly immature, surreal lyrics on the self-titled debut. Disco volante is kind of hard to listen to at times and the mixing/mastering is a little weird but I still admire the amount of experimentation on that one and it's a solid album overall. California is great and I love the concept they went for on it, and even though it's the most accessible of all three albums, that's by no means a downside since the quality doesn't suffer on it whatsoever.

I found Daughters on the front page of Bandcamp in an article about their newest album while looking for something else and at first, I wasn't too impressed, but after re-listening to their last three releases (couldn't do anything before Hell Songs, as I'm not a grindcore fan unless it's parody or purposely funny like Anal Cunt or Kirk Fogg's African Adventure), my opinion has really changed. Hell Songs is pretty decent, although the production leaves a bit to be desired. The 2010 self-titled release is fantastic and I love the lyrical style, especially on "The Hit," which I've listened to more times than I care to admit in the relatively short time since I first heard it. You Won't Get What You Want is one of the darkest, most Poe-like albums I've ever heard and I'd go so far as to even call it scary, yet nothing on it comes off as edgy or whiny and it's more than solid math/noise rock.

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Things you legitimately hate in music you listen to.

I'll start.

>Artist leaves in talking with people in the booth while recording the song.

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I hate Despacito. I fucking hate that fucking niggering crime against acoustics. I hate everything about it. I hate the mush-mouthed spicnigger vocals. I hate the repeatitive fucking beat. I hate the insipid instrumental components. I hate the idiotic degenerate lyrics. I hate Puerto Rico. I hate that it's fucking everywhere all the fucking time. Right now I was having Christmas dinner with my family, and just fucking guess what they decided to play over our family dinner.

TL;DR give me wholesome seasonal music to detox my ears. Or failing that, just post good music that's vaguely Christmas related.

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When did Dan Bull turn to such shit? His old stuff was okay, but his new stuff is garbage.

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Reddit Controversy Over This

What does it mean?

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Conservative band.

A while back, someone posted a thread asking about conservative bands, and one of the ones posted was a 60's / 70's style pop rock band with a married couple. I can't remember the name of the group, but I liked what I heard. Can you help a fella out?

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Beautiful Music

Post music that's really really good.

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I love all of their albums…

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what does /mu/ think of Paramore?

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You know it's true

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Special designer song follows in






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"Fun" (mostly) instrumental rock

Looking for mainly instrumental math/prog/experimental rock of the more upbeat and "fun" variety like stuff that Mike Osso's done (pic related) and would very much appreciate if some kind anons here could help point me in that direction with suggestions as well as discussing this particular kind of music. The more complex and/or relaxing, the better, and vocals are fine as long as they're relatively pleasant to listen to. Since this request is pretty specific and is kind of hard for me to explain with words, here's a list of everything he's done solo as well as part of groups that I can find so you can actually hear examples of the kind of music I'm searching for:

>Bear Bones: https://mikeossomusic.bandcamp.com/

>Bulldada: https://bulldada.bandcamp.com/

>Dusk Warrior: https://duskwarrior.bandcamp.com/

>Father Figure: https://fatherfigure.bandcamp.com/music

>Shithouse Records: https://soundcloud.com/shithouserecords/tracks

I was able to find an indie UK record label called Blood and Biscuits (https://bloodandbiscuits.bandcamp.com/) which has some releases that are pretty similar to what Osso's done so far, most notably Strobes' Brokespeak, and it's definitely in the ballpark of what I'm looking for, but I only found it because that album's the only thing he's bought there and is also the only artist he's following so I really have no idea where else to go with this since, as I said earlier, it's a pretty specific area.

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>still not listening to J. G. Thirlwell in the age of cultural downfall

It's like you want to keep being niggers

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>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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This is Tom, today is his birthday, say something nice to him.

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Tracks you always skip on albums you otherwise like

You Got A Killer Scene There Man…

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Solid Golden Oldies Thread

Solid Golden Oldies Thread

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ITT Music You Found By Accident You Now Love

>is literally just a sowed down edit of a japanese pop singer

>been playing it all week now

Pls share some other tracks you think anons would enjoy


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These guys basically played oldies type songs with heavy distortion, right?

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Help me find some pagan inspired ambient/folk albums.

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Post long songs

Hard mode: they must be good

Nightmare mode: they must feel short.

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Help me get into Jass. I'm familiar with some of the more modern players, but go ahead and link me up if there's a song you like.

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I saw this album being shilled on pretty much every music site pretty heavily and assumed it was more tranny/feminist/forced diversity garbage they were trying to meme into popularity. How wrong I was. I’ve never heard music like this before in my life… I can’t even call it pop music, only a handful have a traditional pop structure/in a more pop key and even those are captivating. It’s like… experimental flamenco? I can’t understand a goddamn word she’s saying which perhaps make it even better, damn Spanish is a beautiful language, beaners really ruined the gift the based Spaniards gave them. Anyone out there able to recommend me more music like this? I’m hooked frankly. One of my top 5 AOTY 2018

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I made this thread to collect Viper album covers.

Here's some, please post more.

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Collage thread

Pic is my favourite albums, read right to left, top left to bottom right

Rate, reccomend, ect

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Okay so Rap, amirite? Yeah. So anyways why is Rap so shit nowadays? Why is it Pop with less effort nowadays?

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My Collection

I've got 3 terabytes of 60's pre-ambient

8 terabytes of the beatles. No not THOSE beatles, the new beatles. They haven't recorded an album yet and technically they're not really a band yet but they're indie-gospel-post-funk-punk style is going to be huge when you guys hear their stuff in about 5 years.

4 petabytes of the Ethiopian Free Jazz wave that occurred in 1973 in a town called Wenji Gefersi.

18 terabytes of sound check recordings from the mid 90's band LFO. They only scored a hit with “I like girls (who wear abercrombie and fitch)” but they were way ahead of their time.

That's just my C: drive. I have 41 drives.

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What are the essential VST plugins (or basically any fucking piece of software) to record and emulate sludge/doom/drone guitars? I've got pedals, guitar, FL Studio 11 and a relatively decent sound card for this purpose.

>inb4 buy an amp fagit

maybe later but for now I'm outta money

>inb4 post it in /prod/

last post was a year ago

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Can we please talk about how sexy Billie Eilish is?

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Memphis 90s Rap Mix

Right lads, I made another mix of old Memphis cassette tracks. Why not have a listen and post your recommendations for pt. 3?


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Rock Identitaire Français

What does /mu/ think of Rock Identitaire Français?

For those unaware, Rock Identitaire Français (RIF) was a movement in France consisting of Nationalist musicians rocking against Americanization and multiculturalism on grounds of national and cultural identity.

The firebrand behind RIF was Vae Victis, a band known a few years earlier as Ultime Assaut. Vae Victis would pick up where Ultime Assaut left off and would prominently feature a female vocalist, a rare occurrence in the overwhelmingly male Nationalist music scene. Their music blends Celtic themes with hard riffs and folksy instrumentation. Towards the end of their career, their sound would get much heavier.

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Explain yourselves /mu/.

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Marching band music

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

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>be me

>didn't liked Nirvana ever since i heard about them although i didn't listened to any of their songs

>be at lowest

>decide to listen



>disgust face because smells like posser spirit comes in first

>as i am at my lowest i keep listening


>in bloom

>come as you are


>really enjoyed those

>keep up since i liked some of the Melvins

>didn't liked the rest of the album

>keep repeating those songs on my head

after Nirvana

>listened to Creep

>gtfo from my eardrum creep

>contemplate life because of how much i missed for this


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And then there is this….

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who listens to suicideboys?

listening to their music makes me wanna murk a bitch and burn myself

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Musicians who were 100% right but everyone was too dumb to realise it

Starting with Mark Hollis

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Olga is best punk

Pruv me rong

u kaint

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Jazz metal


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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I'm not really into Martial Indu….

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That Alzheimers is a mean disease

Buffett has never had both oars in the water, but WTF was this? Has he gone deaf? Does he know just how bad he was? Or is he literally senile?

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what's the worst way you've betrayed your punk ideals

>sometimes I use BTMI's "Side Projects Are Never Successful" to sell JBL speakers at my shitty retail job

>feel guilty but do it anyway

>doesn't even really promote sales much

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Mashup General

Music that are amalgamations of preexisting songs

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Post-Punk/Gothic Rock

tfw I never got to see them live

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Texture and Sound Design

Post songs that can induce ASMR/orgasm/seizure from pure stimulation.

Sound that can only be heard with quality drivers from a quality source.

Starting with the literal-unbeatable >god-tier "Presudeos"

Alon Mor is a general god here- this album in particular.

Find something remotely close to this good and I will PayPal you $10.

Will try to post most of my top picks across all genres, but I honestly have pretty specific taste- so contribute.

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/rac/ general - A Brief History of Rock Against Communism & British Oi!/Punk

In today's world, "Nazi Punk" may seem like a contradiction, but historically, Punk Rock and the far-right were strange bedfellows. The history of racist Punk can arguably be traced back to as early as 1977, with the birth of Punk subculture in England. The term "Rock Against Communism" was first coined in the late '70s by Young National Front (YNF) organizers in Leeds, UK, hoping to counter the successful efforts of left-wing organizers who launched Rock Against Racism (RAR). Headed by Eddy Morrison, Punk Front's aim was to co-opt Punk subculture and weaponize the rebellious sound for a new generation. The front-runners for Punk Front were The Dentists, White Boss, Homicide, The Ventz (later Tragic Minds) and The Raw Boys, playing the first Rock Against Communism shows the National Front organized in 1979 around Leeds. With the exception of Tragic Minds who later became Music for Pleasure, almost all of those bands broke up towards the beginning of the '80s. Punk Front's failure to mobilize young minds didn't deter Morrison, for a cataclysmic event was only a year away.

Street violence between Skinheads, both black and white, and Indians/Pakistanis was frequent to a point where "Paki bashing" grew increasingly common. With the increasing racial tensions, the National Front found a perfect opportunity to recruit from the nascent Skinhead scene. The watershed moment was an incident at a concert for The 4-Skins, The Business and The Last Resort (all unaffiliated with right-wing politics) in Southall during July of 1981. Two years earlier, police had killed Anti-Nazi League activist Blair Peach in a riot instigated by the demonstrators. Racial tensions were running at a fever pitch. Accounts conflict as to what happened (ie: who instigated it). The bands conceded the skinheads and South Asians weren't getting along, but maintain the the response was greatly out of proportion with the trouble the skinheads were causing them. On the other side, the South Asian locals claimed some of the skinhead concert goers assaulted women and elderly people, engaged in property destruction / vandalism / graffiti and daubed National Front logos and slogans on shop windows. In either case, the locals protested the gig on wrongful suspicion the bands were far-right and subsequently rioted, burning down the venue in the process. Following that incident, The 4-Skins recorded a song "One Law for Them", and Eddy Morrison saw the perfect opportunity to reinvigorate Rock Against Communism.

Contrary to popular belief, Skrewdriver wasn't the first skinhead RAC band to exist since Ian Stuart wasn't involved in far-right politics until the beginning of the '80s. Although never affiliated with any right-wing organization, patriotic bands like Combat 84 laid the groundwork for young right-wingers seeking rock 'n' roll as a vehicle of resistance, with lyrics advocating capital punishment and opposing nuclear disarmament. Early on, RAC was strictly about British Nationalism. There's more than a fair number of '80s RAC bands that weren't necessarily Nazi and some never were in the course of their careers. As time went on, bands became much more openly Nazi, especially with Skrewdriver's later albums becoming more obvious in their references to the Third Reich and Norse Neopaganism.

The National Front successfully recruited even more followers than before and organized their first concert in Stratford, East London. The first wave of RAC began with Ovaltinees, Peter & the Wolf, Die Hards and later Skrewdriver. Originally formed as White Youth in 1979, The Ovaltinees would release what can be considered RAC's first publicly released recording called "British Justice." The 7" EP features a neat little ditty called "Argentina", celebrating Britain's victory in the Falklands.

Argentina you were all smiles

Cos you thought you had the Falkland Isles

But when our mighty fleet approached you

Argentina you got a kick up the arsehole

Don't, don't, don't

Mess with England

Yoy thought you had a grip of iron

All around South Georgia Island

But when you heard the advancing marines

You latin wankers were nowhere to be seen

Don't, don't, don't

Mess with Scotland

Argentina what have you got?

Argentina not a fucking lot

The General Belgrano with a hole in it

Argentina you're a load of shit

Don't, don't, don't

Mess with Ulster

Galtieri, you're a fairy

Sitting there in Buenos Aires

When you heard of the para's attack

A big yellow streak went right up your back

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Are you listening to Darude???


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Larks' Tongues in Aspic listening order

I see a lot of confusion about King Crimson's LTiA music series, which is interspersed among several different albums, so I'm going to clear all doubts up with this chart to explain how best to listen to "Larks' Tongues in Aspic". One thing you've basically got to realise is that you can't just listen to all of the entries back to back. There's shit in-between, and even songs not necessarily labelled "Larks' Tongues" are still a part of the series. But it only gets more complicated:

The table splits to create two timelines, "Discipline" and "Indiscipline". The meaning of those two phrases in the context of LTiA is a total mystery to all but the closest listeners, but the two "paths" are equally legitimate as the other. Without further ado, here is the timeline:

                             I I
                            II II
                       I HAVE A DREAM!
                |             |           |
                |             |           |
                V             V           V
                |         IN LEMSIP       |
                |                         |
                V                         V
                |                         |
                |                         |
                V                         V
RADICAL ACTION II                         RADIO II
                |                         |
                |                         |
                V                         V
       LEVEL FIVE                         FRAKCTURED
                |                         |
                |                         |
                V                         V
           PEACE:                         THE POWER TO BELIEVE:
        AN ENDING                         CODA

You may have to widen your browser window to view it properly, as it's difficult to adhere to the 80-column rule when making these things. If you want a more compact version, just ask.

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music videos that deserve more views

Under 100 views only. Bonus points if it has moving images.

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Something vinyl in a cool dark place

What's your issue?

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Need a good budget keyboard

So I've started playing the piano (Mostly melodies) using my midi keyboard which has 32 keys (pic related) for about 4 -5 months and want to move to something with more keys as most classical pieces cannot be played on the one i have.

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Genre finding tool

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.


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Anyone got recommendations for some non-pitchfork/plebian modern jazz? Preferably from the past 3 years. Pic is related.

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/mu/ webm thread

Post music

Fun visuals are optional but encouraged.

I really wish we had mp3 embedding.

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What do you think are the top five most musical groups of people?

I nominate:

1. Mongolians

2. English the language is confused mess, but GREAT for poetry/music

3. Serb

4. France

5. Spanish/Portugese

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/mu/ makes an album: Album Edition

First album of 2019, ready, set, go.

>First GET with image is the cover

>First GET with a title is the title

>No rerolls if you're one off.

Deadline and listenalong:

12th January

11:00 PM GMT

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itt: post your favorite from Bond and Moonman.

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Beethoven Debate Thread: Classical or Romantic

Does /mu/ thinks he belong to the Classical or Romantic Period?

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Obscure Finds

Show me some obscure music lost to time. I picked up pic related in a vinyl bargain bin and think it's pretty well done. Any genre welcome.

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Name a single other artist that has the same transcendental and ethereal quality like john maus, you can't.

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Let's be honest here.

Steve Winwood is God Tier.

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Post your favorite songs that take a good shit on the pigs.

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Atlanta /mu/ kids

This is a long shot, but I'm looking for a drummer to play polyrhythms for me to noodle and sing over acoustically. I need gigs, you see, and being solo makes that more difficult and less fun. Experimental folk/acoustic/improv. Experienced with a previous band, gigging, and a previous music improv group. Hmu if you're in Atlanta and you need something like this.

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>ywn be this cool

>ywn make music this powerful

>ywn be this swole


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Got/know lo-fi projects in GA-Appalachia?

I've been on the cusp of running a zine for the past… it's been a while. Just writing about random shit. But now I'm looking for more solidarity - my stuff is semi-deliberately lo-fi. It's kind of a budget thing, but it also ends up an aesthetic thing. Basically if you do underground lo-fi stuff - whether it's shit-fi hip-hop, black metal, folk, rock, etc. I'd probably be up to feature it on a thing if you're in or near Georgia. I mean, some of the shit around here probably sucks hard but the point is I listen to lo-fi shit all the time and actually like it whereas honestly a bunch of the indie guys nowadays pretty much only hear production. Hell, maybe I'll write about your shit even if I don't like it. The point is to get some circulation here.

Pic unrelated.

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Siouxsie & The Banshees

Are there any Siouxsie & The Banshees fans on this board?

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Never been to this /mu/ before but 4chan is down

Do you guys like Neutral Milk Hotel?