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 No.1065[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

any kind, just post it
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>>1559
I really like this, thanks for sharing!

 No.1561

Does anyone else really enjoy music from PC-98 games?

 No.1562

>>1561
I'm way more familiar with Mega Drive and Saturn games, but I do know some PC-98 games that got later ports in the aforementioned consoles. Most notable for me, Princess Maker 2.
https://youtu.be/dRKptMGXNGo

 No.1563

>>1561
Absolutely!
This game is probably my favorite pc-98 soundtrack I've heard.

 No.1564

>>1562
>Princess Maker
Nice choice! Excellent tastes, Mega Drive and Saturn has quality game soundtracks as well. There's even some Mega CD and 32X stuff I really enjoy. As far as the 32X goes, mainly Knuckles Chaotix and Kolibri. I'll listen to Doom's 32X ost if I want a good laugh once and a while.
>>1563
Very nice. I love the art and music to these games but sadly I haven't been able to play very many of them. Also with the potential of never seeing any of them with an english patch leaves me in a depressed state once and a while. I've studied a little Japanese but don't have the time or dedication to become fluent to the point of knowing all of that heavy kanji in those games. For those who have though, what a pay off it probably feels like playing these gems.



 No.336[Reply]

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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 No.1125

Reviving the comfy hip hop train with a little something from London.

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 No.1200

comfy and summertime

 No.1278

My man Will is so underrated it's criminal.

A stroke from a hoe won't console me, she's fucking with my soul, the kind of love I love solely

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>>899
>>898
Its nice to see some kill bill fans.
What do you guys think of his new album?



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 No.1549[Reply]

These are the top 10 greatest rock artists of all time.

1. Robert Wyatt
2. The Velvet Underground
3. Pere Ubu
4. Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds
5. Nico
6. The Residents
7. This Heat
8. Bob Dylan
9. The Mothers of Invention
10. King Crimson

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 No.1551

>>1550
Who's scaruffi?

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 No.1553

>best rock artists
>nico

k

 No.1554

>>1553
Well there's post-punk, folk rock, and experimental rock here. But if falls under the umbrella term of rock music.



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 No.1520[Reply]

I have been in a bit of a lull as of late, and picking up guitar helped make time feel a bit better
Figure I'd ask if anyone here is into it, I am no professional, but I do like spending time stringing strings
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 No.1544

I have nothing to play
Pls give recs

 No.1545

>>1544
Waiting for October - Polaris
Sink to The Bottom - Fountains of Wayne

 No.1546

>>1544
Aqua from the ARIA OST

 No.1547

>>1541
>skill level
Personally I think it's about how much you're physically capable of combined with how much a mind you have to learn/make musical choices.
If you haven't heard this type of advice already, practice the piece at as slow a tempo as you can stand, and if you can, try and memorize the melody to the point of being able to hum phrases from it accurately with all the little fills and such.
>scales
It's jazz, so perhaps the melody is better analyzed by how it relates to the comp chords.

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 No.826[Reply]

are there any particular songs or tunes you listen to to feel comfy/or calm down? I find that the theme from Merry Christmas Mr. Lawrence to be uniquely comfy.
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 No.1074

Here's a nice relaxing sort of album. I had this on a CD and used to listen to it while driving a lot.
>>1071
Good taste roll. I love this album as well.

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 No.1076

>>1075
I'm very glad that at least one other roll likes this band as much as I do!

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 No.1537

Perhaps it's cliche, but I do sincerely like it.
Resonance by Home



 No.536[Reply]

can we have a comfy indie rock thread? i've been in the mood for it recently, specifically punk rock-ish stuff.

emo/punk/math rock songs welcomed too
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 No.1468

what im listening to right now

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 No.1533

>>1474
Perfect cozy winter album



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 No.1455[Reply]

any prog fans here?

 No.1481

>>1455
Yes here is one :D

I love may of them classics like Yes, King Crimson or Pink Floyd but I guess everybody who is into prog Rock alrady knows about them so ill try to recommend some less known albumbs that i find entertaining :)

>(Libertés?) - Catherine Ribeiro + Alpes

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gTKi1u0CGxI

>Iconoclasta - Reminiscencias

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=byrjkPSvyy8

>Mess - Sven Grunberg's Proge-Rock Group

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CB0fJhiGEAg

>Tohpati Ethnomission - Mata Hati

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>>1455
Good to see appreciation for the best music genre <3

Thanks to the poster above for the albums, most are pretty damn great. Here are some of mine favorite lesser known(?) albums you lads might appreciate:

>MGP - The World of Genius Hans

https://youtu.be/oxQXUSw3nOI

>Electric Sandwich - S/T

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-I7voEykh3Y

>SHINGETSU - S/T (from japan)

https://youtu.be/ILzlqYdGWcE

>Michal Prokop & Framus Five - Město Er (from czechoslovakia!)

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 No.1516[Reply]

hi sushis any tips for making your first mix ? i just wanna play around with mixing songs

 No.1517

Mix like in "adjusting frequencies" or like in "sampling to make some sick ass breakcore"?

 No.1518

it's a just do it thing. making a mixtape doesn't need any fancy skills you can put gaps between each song. it's the selection and order you care about.



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 No.1510[Reply]

Post things related with industrial, Industrial Metal, Industrial Hip-Hop, and Electronic Body Music.

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I really like this :wumpscut: fan music video.

https://youtu.be/a_kbOehZ4O0

:wumpscut: overall is my favourite electro-industrial project, Ratzinger was a master of synthesis and it really gave his music a unique texture. I'm glad that other sushis like industrial. ^__^

Here's my other favourite tracks:
https://youtu.be/vdg1w5YtAXQ
https://youtu.be/600o2IZRNQg
https://youtu.be/CfZpHXKJfwA
https://youtu.be/itJ3K8uR30o

 No.1512

probably one of the catchiest industrial songs

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>>1511
That :wumpscut: fan music video is pretty good, nice. I guess you could almost just label electo-industrial as Electronic Body Music, but in that genre I've only listened to these songs you've sent me so I'd probably need to listen to more. Out of all the songs you sent I enjoyed this one the most.
>https://youtu.be/itJ3K8uR30o

Very heavy, and very well arranged. I'll keep an eye out for :wumpscut:. I think you'd like these guys.
>https://youtu.be/y3l7EDiDydQ

>>1512
Great song from a great album, although I wish he'd shut the fuck up about the 6 million in it. I think out what I've heard from foetus so far Nail is my favourite.
>https://youtu.be/V1EFSqXD38U

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>>1513
Back when I was an edgy high school student I would listen to almost nothing but industrial, EBM and aggrotech. KMFDM was my favourite band, :wumpscut: was probably second and Front 242 third. Some punk and metal also, but mostly industrial. Pretty cringe I know. This thread is giving me a nice nostalgia trip.

Here's a smattering of what I listened to.

https://youtu.be/NUhzmseRfTo
https://youtu.be/j44lZ-JQS0k
https://youtu.be/eKBoZgCH_CI
https://youtu.be/xcEzhzfH_n4
https://youtu.be/A8pBe1Zbd3Y
https://youtu.be/zWSD1-TjHnc
https://youtu.be/-x0vsL8xaWw
https://youtu.be/3_2GlKk08xQ
https://youtu.be/TRXSL641p7w

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 No.1415[Reply]

First of all, I would like to mention that this idea is not mine. Such threads existed on 4chan's /mu/ since many years.
- submit a track with a name and it ends up in the album (to submit use https://catbox.moe/ or any site from which I can download an audio file.)
- suggest an artist name, an album name and/or album art
Feel free to submit music even if you're a beginner, don't forget our goal is to have fun!

I'll make a bandcamp page and put the album there.

have fun! ^__^
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 No.1502

>>1449
sushi this is amazing, you study music theory? Only real criticism I can think of is that the drums sounded slightly out of place at times, nothing good mixing couldn't fix though. Good work!

 No.1503

>>1502
Thanks! I appreciate the feedback, listening to it now I do hear a couple spots where the drums could be switched up a bit. I also hear a bit of bad-sounding ducking of the percussion that I must have missed when mastering.

I don't really study music theory, instead I practice by making songs, lots and lots of songs. Music theory can be somewhat helpful but in my opinion it should never be the core of your practice but supplemental.



Incidentally, can one switch the audio of a song with a new file once it's already posted on bandcamp? I need to know if Aug 1 is the deadline for me to fix my track

 No.1504

>>1503
yes, it's possible to replace tracks on bandcamp, no hurries :)

 No.1505

here it is rolls!
https://sushitunes.bandcamp.com/album/tunes-makes-an-album-vol-1
share it around and if anyone wants something changed feel free to suggest it

 No.1506

Congrats on putting something together, everyone! No matter the scale, I think it's always super impressive when something comes to fruition.

I'm disappointed I couldn't find the time to participate this time. Hopefully next.



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