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:)


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>BeepBox is an online tool for sketching and sharing instrumental melodies. All song data is contained in the URL at the top of your browser. When you make changes to the song, the URL is updated to reflect your changes

Just found this website and I think it's kinda cool so I wanted to share it with you guys. Post music you made itt, I'm curious to see what you guys come up with. This isn't a shill thread btw, I don't own this

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Drop your favourite noisey, industrial tracks ITT.

>Street Sects - Featherweight Hate

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>>84

God this is gorgeous. Love it, thanks man.

I don't really have much similar to contribute, but I like some harsh noise like The Rita.

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

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>>84
Electronica is tight

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beautiful banger

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>>84
Lightning bolt is my go-to, might not be as industrial though.



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Any roll here into this genre? Recently got into it and I'm looking for suggestions
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Some of my favorites
https://youtu.be/ovcnIPL-CWs
https://youtu.be/lBeiuhb36RY
https://youtu.be/fmnco7CKoYo

(Couldn't find on youtube)
Yumi Matsutoya - Cobalt Hour (1975)
Jun Togawa - Uratamahime
Kaoru Akimoto - Cologne
Tatsuro Yamashita - Spacy (1977)
Tatsuro Yamashita - Big Wave (1984)

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huh, this was the exact track that got in my head just now.
hope one of this is the one that has it

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This album never gets old.

As an aside, where did the term "city pop" even come from? Does it predate that one Mariya Takeuchi song going viral?



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What new kinds of music do you want to see come into existence, or that you want to pioneer, Sushi?
I've set my sights on going off of the sound of A Rainbow in Curved Air (https://youtu.be/5PNbEfLIEDs), or taking more modern music (instrumental hip hop, electro-industrial, purple sound etc.) and man of tastelifying/dumbing them down into just a man of tastele keyboard (e.g. organ that plays man of tastele square waves) and maybe an electric guitar.
Maybe mix that with more intense, rock-based music. I'm just blog posting at this point.
Well, what are your ideas?
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>>985
>hauntological
Cool new word acquired, I had to look that one up.

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>>971
Christian Prog Rock.

The book of psalms is like a really early version of a prog concept album, so being able to weave musical narratives in the same vein as many of the poetry books of the bible combined with experimental soundscapes has the potential to yield some truly incredible musical experiences.

For instance, one could denote the creation week as a building symphony derived from chaotic static, which then builds to a single triumphant tone.

Even though they got flak, this album was what inspired me the most:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LLBI0UdAlcg&list=PLYgrrgaTC_2V6ef9vvyPpbWpDdKiA4jrv

and many Ideas/Inspiration I've been having. If I make an album look out for one called ghost-house, which would be around the general question of whether there is a reality beyond the physical world, or whether it is an allusion we construct to pacify our anxieties about death. Is there a life after this one, or is it the illusion of voices in the static fuzz?

Thoughts? Please no bulli

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Footwork is a genre that I still feel hasn't reached it's full potential yet. I think the rhythms of it, and other club genres, can be used in more extravagant electronic or even rock music

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>>985
>>988

God, I love hauntology so much.
If you decide that's your thing, be sure to look into
https://youtu.be/wJWksPWDKOc

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I'm making cute electronic pop mixed with trip hop? My sister said it sounds like animal crossing and 100gecs… I think I'm getting somewhere? I'm just having fun and haven't released anything. I wonder how it would be recieved



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Nothing to contribute, I just wanna say I love this stuff and thanks for making the thread

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any reggae fans in here? imo roots reggae is some of the comfiest music there is

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Emo thread
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I really like this band

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>>1123
found this on 4/mu/ years ago and still love it. i still come back to it now and then.

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>>1149
4mu had great emo threads before the bullshit infesting the rest of the site spread to it

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you probably know American Football, but do you know Chinese Football?



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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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blind guardian
luca turilli
visigoth
timo tolkki's avalon

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I just found this track and I REALLY REALLY like it

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Japanese black metal!

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weed metal is where it's at



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Got some Acid to drop?
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Lord I keep seeing this stuff around the place. See it once, see it everywhere I guess.

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Pigmhall has become popular!

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Drugs are bad. Mmmkay?

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He might be talking about acid house, e.g. this type of music.

Acid house is famous for using the tb-303 bass synthesizer. That sound is so iconic that it's still used today!

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>>1128
OK. sometimes doing a bad thing can be good though.



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