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ゆっくりしていってね !

 No.76[Reply]

>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
>today
>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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 No.678


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.

 No.680

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.

 No.681

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

 No.682

>>677
> Run the Place Red by AFX
I meant jungle in Run the Place Red

 No.683

>>677
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.



 No.669[Reply]

Thread for this amazing band.


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 No.599[Reply]

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.
https://blackestrainbowrecords.bandcamp.com/album/moon-cycles-fowey

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 No.589[Reply]

Share Music! Have fun!
Please try to be detailed about what your sharing. Include the artist, title of release, cover art, and file type.

Tell us why you love it! Include a link to where we can buy a copy, because piracy is only fun if the artists keep making music!
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 No.592

Second, I'll share one of my favorite albums of all time: Califone's "All my Friends are Funeral Singers"

A twangy dusty audio experience I discovered off a Starbucks Promotion what feels like ten years ago.

MP3: https://mega.nz/#!TigEBCyK!-r3SNjatwNczDe0YTOy1q9HeXWWZLJ0x4N993QGjbqQ

OGG: https://mega.nz/#!XnpEzAaY!Y_AMyJQjwFaiOxJIXjDKYjQHdm7O0AOs8bk3kQX7k50

 No.594

All girl punk band "Softball" and also "Akiakane", another band formed by Softball vocalist Moe. I really like both of these bands a lot and wish they had more material.

Softball
https://youtu.be/ZqH2OXPiR0A

Akiakane
https://youtu.be/_WLTLaOYuKE

 No.631

Atmospheric mellow electronica by Mosaik.
https://mosaik.se/

 No.639

>>594
I feel like an idiot for forgetting to post where I got these. I can assure you the sight is legit, but use an ad blocker for sure
https://jpop80ss.blogspot.com/

 No.640

The song Locket by the band Crumb. Well, the song is great by itself but it really goes best with the music video. Like many others, I really think the video reminds me of tripping on LSD. It's impressive to me that it mimics it so well.

https://crumbtheband.bandcamp.com/album/locket

The song "Bones" off another EP by them is also excellent.

https://crumbtheband.bandcamp.com/album/crumb



 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.587

>>580
Thought I was the only one who listened to them.
Been into them since Logic Songs.

 No.593

good stuff

 No.632

HAPPY NEW YEAR

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 No.352[Reply]

Post your favorite MADs ITT.
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Do you even jpg? Have some pixel love!

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 No.224[Reply]

Anyone else listened to Kero Kero Bonito?
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 No.326

get hip!

 No.621

The album "bonito generation" has the bumps on it. The song "lipslap" especially is nice and fun to dance to.

 No.623

They're cool. I don't like the "Dude haha, cutsey thing, Tomb Raider was a good game *sips*" shtick very much, though..

 No.624

>>621
Glad sushis have the best taste in KKB tracks. The Makeness remix of Lipslap is great.
Heard a Song is really catchy too.

What's everyone's thoughts on their newer stuff? I like the brit-grunge aesthetic, but the music just doesn't seem as interesting - they're clearly having a lot of fun, but it's lost a lot of their uniqueness.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HfFOgKYDXeI

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 No.613[Reply]

Whiny teen music that makes you remember the times when you cared about things you don't care about anymore.

 No.619

gosh this song is pretty awful
this dude cannot scream



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 No.571[Reply]

Lads can you recommend me some metal bands? I've been getting into it and liking it, but I don't really know of any bands besides the absolutely most popular ones.
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>>571
The best way to find out what you like best is to learn the history of metal. Listen to the original bands, then move on to the sub-genres that started to appear in the 80's and 80's. I'd highly recommend Black Sabbath as a place to start, seen as they created heavy metal.

 No.611

>>571
Based on your image I'll give you this.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PEcWqIdXEAc

 No.617

What bands do you already listen to?

 No.618

I don't really like Metal but I like this one song



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 No.579[Reply]

Does anybody ever just leave the directory page open and listen to the background music ~desu

 No.583

Sometimes I would, the music on that page is nice.

 No.584

Yes, Lo-fi is pretty sick.
I only recently began listening to it, coming from Trip-hop.

 No.585

Wheres the directory page? I'm new here

 No.586

>>585
Just the front page.



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