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ゆっくりしていってね !

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I'd caught wind that they were doing some stuff together, yeah. I need a Stratosphere reissue, definitely.

I really do enjoy BITG,I really dig Clay's lyrics and delivery and some faves off Stratosphere are Gold Dust, Heading for the door(might not be clay on vocals), and Reed to Hillsborough.

I reckon I dig Dustery guitar with vocals, I think I probably prefer BITG to stratty but uh…

Space music… I seem to recall watching this video sometime in 2010 or 11, geesh.

I'm also really curious about BoC's early releases, like acid memories or numerator if you or anybody else here knows or wants to talk about that stuff at the moment… I'd love to hear em someday, maybe we oughta make a dedicated effort to hunt them down heh heh



My man


Anything by Clams Casino


anything echospace

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Share your Vocaloid music.
Anything is ok.
Just because it sings, doesn't mean it must have lyrics.
And more poppy stuff and songs are alright too.

>Just don't advertise your homebrew AMVs.


I'm a city dweller who's a big fan of hip hop. While I enjoy the harder stuff too, this place seems like the perfect spot to share the smoother, comfier parts of the genre that I love. Whenever I come by, I plan to share a track or two that I find comfy, and the situations I often find myself listening to them in. Hopefully you enjoy some of what I post!

Noname is almost exclusively for the summer. When the weather is warm and the flowers have bloomed, I'll put on her album Telefone and go for a walk.
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I get my beats from steazyaf - a yt channel with many, many instrumental mixtapes. I just edit them to fit chorus-verse blueprint and then record and mix vocals.
If you are looking for some beats, AK420 makes my favourite ones.

Thanks for opinion!




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UK Hip-Hip yoooooo

https://youtu.be/Mqb_SGxXQ50 | Verb T - Where You Find Me
https://youtu.be/nHs2sQOHX-0 | The Streets - Don't Mug Yourself
https://youtu.be/hqW9MnmdsAM | Stig of The Dump - Rhite Whino
https://youtu.be/0OlGv1_0_M8 | CASISDEAD - Simon

Couldn't pick any particular tracks tbh, just ended up with these; trying to pull some Foreigners in to help the scene.


Is anyone here into this style of music? I used to dig it really hard, when I was a teenager and recently rediscovered it for my liking.
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Heck yes.
Recently rediscovered these songs from my internet youth. The static anime girl images on the videos are nostalgic as fuck.


hell yeah


get some


in ya


Absolute classic but I got one better

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Post in this thread music, you found recently and enjoyed.
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i found this russian synthpop band



Here's some good denpa. I can't find the full version anywhere but spotify and in torrents. Youtube link is the short version.

Good stuff.


i have found more


it seems synthpop sounds good no matter what language



Emo music didn't originate in Chicago, but there's a subgenre called Midwest Emo, and Cap'n Jazz is an emo band from Chicago.
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Lollapalooza is a huge music event in Chicago.


Riot Fest is another big musical event held in Chicago.


That all being said, Chicago is slowly but surely declining. Many people are moving away in search of a better life. There are many reasons for this: high taxes, high cost of living, cold weather, crime, and the fact that there aren't the best economic opportunities here compared to coastal cities. Illinois has high debt and a terrible credit rating. Chicago might have good private schools, but public education in Chicago is terrible. There's the issue of pensioners possibly not getting their pensions. Overall, things are looking grim for Chicago, and it makes sense for people to leave, if they have the means to do so. But it's good to commemorate all the music and culture that has emerged from a once-great city.


>started out listening to liquid dnb mixes on youtube
>Enjoyed this for about a year until it got very boring
>Start listing to older dnb tracks by the likes of goldie, LTJ bukem and Adam F
>Love it
>Start listening to more artists
>check out jungle
>this is amazing
>check out a few breakcore albums
>its like jungle on crack and is great

Anybody got any breakcore albums to recommend to me?
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I'm personally not a huge fan of the quintessential 'gross' style of breakcore – that is, Shitmat, Igorr, DJ Skull Vomit, Bong Ra, etc. Dudebro breakcore, basically. Remniscient of dubstep, in terms of nastiness (I mean that in a bad way). I don't care if they're popular, they just don't resonate with me at all. I'm much fonder of the pensive and introspective styles, often sad, sometimes anxious, or sometimes very high-energy speedcore-esque crossover tracks, such as Slavik Goblins by goreshit: https://goreshit.bandcamp.com/track/slavik-goblins
But contrast the above track to something slower and more melancholy, such as Vida, which is the video I embedded with this post.
I feel as though the aforementioned style of, well, navel-gazing breakcore, helps convey more complex emotions, delving deep into the darkest reaches of the human psyche, whereas speedcore-focused stuff is just simple, raw energy. Engaging, yet one-dimensional. I'll occasionally blast out my eardrums to it, sure, but it's not my favorite. And it's really not indicative of what the genre is all about.

I'm also not that keen on the anime imagery that often comes with breakcore, but I guess it's just something that comes with the territory. Odaxelagnia, a Polish breakcore duo, churns out excellent tracker-based breakcore albums, though with questionable album art. Here's a great Odaxelagnia track that doesn't have a dodgy album cover: https://odaxelagnia.bandcamp.com/album/sour

4lung is another interesting up-and-coming Bandcamp/Patreon era breakcore artist (as opposed to old-school 2000s breakcore), with their defining fusion of multiple drum-centric genres, most notably trap and footwork – in addition to breakcore. The end result is a more palatable and danceable style that is more accessible than a lot of really harsh and impenetrable music deeper in the genre.

Another interesting multi-genre artist is CDR, one of the most prominent Japanese breakcore artists known for his unique acid breakcore: https://cdr1234.bandcamp.com/album/7-200
Some other Japanese breakcore artists worth mentioning include shako-pani, y=0t (Post too long. Click here to view the full text.


Lastly, if you like breakcore, I highly encourage you to learn more about the amen break (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5SaFTm2bcac), and free jazz/Sun Ra: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j3Tk6Z6XbMs
For the sake of comparison, a Venetian Snares track called Pouncelciot (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-I2723x44uc) has some free jazz elements a few minutes into the song during the crescendo, about 2 minutes and 15 seconds in. It's chaotic, glitchy, dissonant, and abruptly tears apart preexisting notions about what constitutes music. It's a simultaneously visceral and cerebral experience.


I listed all that music and yet I somehow managed to forget Machine Girl. In any case, give Machine Girl a listen here: https://machinegirl.bandcamp.com/album/wlfgrl


> Run the Place Red by AFX
I meant jungle in Run the Place Red


Its interesting that lolicore as a genre has sort of died for a while now except for goreshit. It seems the only thing from lolicore that has been left behind is the anime and net culture inspired aesthetic.


Thread for this amazing band.

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Is there anything more comfy than when posting at night during a thunderstorm while listening to ambient music?
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I already posted this somewhere on this board, but I still haven't found this level of pacification in another piece of music.


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Never had listened to this till recently, now I'm obsessed. haha



Sayonara Zetsubou Sensei OST - Momoiro Gabriel


I've had post-anime depression from this one for a little bit. Really loved it. It also happens to have a great OP!


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>ywn be in the ginyu force

why live

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