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ゆっくりしていってね !

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 No.549[Reply]

Nice and comfy chart thread, share albums that had biggest impact on you. Here are mine.

http://www.neverendingchartrendering.org
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 No.557

>>549
How To Dress Well - Total Loss
Madvillain - Madvillainy
Agalloch - The Mantle

Portishead - Dummy
Massive Attack - Mezzazine
Calibre - Second Sun

Grammatik - Światła Miasta
Burial - Untrue
The Prodigy - The Fat of the Land

I listed albums that had biggest influence in my current musical taste. The Prodigy is special because it introduced me to conscious music listening. Before my uncle showed me them my music was just what was currently playing on a radio.

 No.559

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Eyehategod - Take As Needed For Pain
>Real dopesick music. Impacted me heavily because it introduced me to a more mature form of nihilistic anger than the other music I had heard.
Leviathan - The Tenth Sub Level of Suicide
>Real kill yourself music. Somehow this album has been with me in some extremely low places. The depths of deepest depression.
2814 - 新しい日の誕生
>Real a e s t h e t i c music. Everyone knows how great this album is, introduced me to t e l e p a t h who is probably my favourite vaporwave artist, it just has a certain vibe to it that is very hard to capture in words.

Aphex Twin - Richard D. James Album 33.33 RPM
>Real brain music. just gets ya noggin joggin mannn. Makes your thoughts syncopate.
神聖かまってちゃん - tsumanne
>Real hikkiNEET music. This album perfectly reflects my life of going insane watching anime in my room. Man I love everything about this.
Death Grips - Exmilitary
>Real balsy music. This album has the BIGGEST BALLS. MASSIVE HUGE BOLLOCKS. spread eagle cross the block? Name me one song that has that much pure BALLS.
Joy Division - Unknown Pleasures
>Real melencholy music. Mostly I just really love the production on this album, especially the drums. Great shit to shout into the void and smoke cigarettes to.
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Yes- Close to the edge

Bohren& der Club of Gore- Black Earth

Rammstein- Herzeleid

Solar Fields- Earthshine

Fishmans- Long season

Comus- First utterance

Audio88& Yassin- Nochmal zwei Herrengedeck, bitte

Dead can dance- The Host Of Seraphim
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Also the original artwork for the Far Beyond Driven album is so much better.

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I am but a humble maki compared to the other rolls here, but here I go.
Not an audiophile, so I thought I would find it hard to fill it up, but to my surprise it was kinda easy.

>Depeche Mode, Ultra

Depeche Mode are really important to me and shaped my taste in music. "Home" is such a nice song.
>Home, Odyssey
The classic track Resonance is here. The whole album is pretty good tho, with "Odyssey" being the cherry on top.
>Especia, G U S T O
Don't be fooled by these girls, even tho they might be idols, the music is pretty good. Vaporwave-ish J pop and cute asian girls, what's not to love? Also listen to "No1 Sweeper"
>The Lotus Eaters, No Sense of Sin
A album so good it really feels like a Best of. I can't fathom why this band didnt have more success than other New-Romantic bands like Duran Duran or Spandau Ballet. Try "You don't need Someone New"
>Depeche Mode, Violator
Yes, two times Depeche Mode here. First album I ever bought and owned.
>S U R F I N G, Deep Fantasy
Another vaporwave entry. "Moonlight" is crazy good.
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 No.510[Reply]

i love this kinda music, even if it makes me feel like an emo teenager (again)

post your favorite slacker tunes here

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XXidMOs6hVU
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MPIcMi1qbzw
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ECFTHNqIUFA
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XKF8A1z53RY

 No.511

>>510
>makes me feel like an emo teenager
this might not be exactly what you're looking for, but this is the kind of stuff I listened to during my emo/scene phase from back in the day:

Deftones - Be Quiet And Drive
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=asqR6fDQw8s

Soccer Mommy - Memories
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OGd8yzY7pok

Sweet Trip - Milk
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-odF-y1nQvw

Cap'n Jazz - Oh Messy Life
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cI7Hb1HJECA
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 No.512

>>511
oh, and another one

Lomelda - "Interstate Vision"
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JKRNyKUtXEI

 No.564

Dinosaur Jr. was the first band I thought of. Then Meat Puppets
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i6pzaRulgg0

Also you might like this
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e_SdOrwv56I



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 No.370[Reply]

Hello everyone! Let's have a shoegaze thread!!!

https://blushresponsemusic.bandcamp.com/
Please enjoy the artist I just linked right here, I think you'll find he's ever so pleasant
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 No.527

Hold my tits! This is just washing me away. Crystallize and Turnaround are both very good albums.

 No.528

heavy stuff coming through!!

 No.529

>>528
i never got around to listening to this, thank sushi roll the whole album is very good

 No.558

>>370
i've been thinking about this thread/OP image for months and i'm so glad i came back around to listen to the links provided
thank you so much for linking blush response, sushi roll. finally some new shoegaze to listen to uwu

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 No.180

This is pretty chill

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 No.543[Reply]

Any love for ants here? They just dropped few songs, all of them nasty and way better than anything from previous albums.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B_z_lZ69pJ0
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GAm48rkUBl4
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G_U74eyB5o8


 No.58[Reply]

We should have a retrowave thread. Old sushi had a retrowave thread.
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 No.438

worth bumping

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 No.440

>>59
>08/18/16
Almost two years later I'm still listening and loving it.

 No.457

>>65
whats the difference between retrowave and synthwave anyways?
>>61
i think whats really going on is something of a a stylistic renaissance
dont be surprised if they start going further back than the 80s in the coming years
like we already saw electroswing bring back some of that mid century stuff

 No.533

>>457
OP here, I called the thread "retrowave" after a similar thread on the old site but as I understand it now that's a misnomer which actually just comes from the name of a popular youtube channel. "synthwave" is the more accepted term.

one trend I don't hugely care for is when artists try to artificially "date" their music by degrading it to sound like an old VHS recording or whatever. I get that format limitations leave more room to the imagination, but that to me feels like it should be used as a creative starting point, not as a crutch to make up for when you don't have much interesting to express. in contrast the best artists (Perturbator is probably my favourite) take the synth soundscape as given and use it to push out toward something greater. even Carpenter Brut is kind of borderline on that - his production is super tight and punchy, the best in the scene, but the compositions themselves feel a bit stuck in time without any strong sense of direction.



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 No.491[Reply]

A while ago, a nice person compiled some songs that went along with the sound of rain. What songs do you listen to when it rains?

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 No.426[Reply]

Today snowed, everything is white outside my window.
Let's share some music perfect for this kind of day, when the world seems untained.
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 No.429

People always say Satie is best with rain, but I quite like it with snow. Well, either way his music is never a bad choice.

 No.431

>>428
Thank you for reminding me that this song exists!

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 No.480[Reply]

Lets share some classical music.

>Chopin: Fantasie Impromptu

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fBA-38mzabs

>J.S. Bach: Cello Suites

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=REu2BcnlD34

>John Dowland: Lute pieces

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bq126uwwOBo

>Franz Liszt: Liebestraum

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KpOtuoHL45Y

>Kimio Eto: Koto Music

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 No.482

I still think this is the best version of Debussy's Arabesque no.1 I've heard so far. All the other versions rush it I feel. I wish more people would just play it slower. Even this recording rushes it a bit in places.

 No.484

>>482
I agree with this sentiment. Pianists often sound too keen to show off how good a virtuoso they are, and neglect to actually listen to the music - you just get a wall of sound. A very impressive wall of sound, granted, but a wall of sound nonetheless.

 No.485

Hélène Grimaud plays Bach-Busoni
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sw9DlMNnpPM

 No.486

>>482
I think it's more a matter of rubato. Listening to other versions I can definately see certain places that feel rushed, but I feel that this loses an important element of the piece by playing parts too slowly.

Look at these two recordings:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KYah2xc3Gp0
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PCicM6i59_I
They play at a similar averave speed, but Yo-Yo Ma gets much more out of it by slowing parts down selectively.



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Post your flashes with good music in them!
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