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Remember to keep it cozy!

Captchas didn't work. Sticking to janitors while we try to think of something else.


future funk: it's vaporwave's happy and bubbly sister


It sure is. What a thoroughly enjoyable genre… Even at its worst it's still loads of fun.


I've just been getting into future funk in the last few days actually, and like you said >>1651 , it really does seem to be pretty much all good


Here's one of my favorites. I love the dancey stuff. It floods my brain with dopamine.


Would things such as Yuc'e, Snail's House, Neko Hacker, Yunomi, and Honeycomebear fall into this genre?

I enjoy music like this it's fun to drive to

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i've been listening to the same oingo boingo songs on loop for weeeeeeeeeeekss. i would appreciate any songs really!! except country lololol (image not relatedd)



Classic rock, metal, and vocaloid music (all genres) comprises 100% of my intake.

This producer has some experimental stuff but they're extremely popular recently, which is cool.

The song references the Tower of Babel, but I think it's also a personification of the character, Kasane Teto, that was originally conceptualized on 2channel as an april fools' fake vocaloid release that dreamed of becoming a real vocaloid.


Any roll here into this genre? Recently got into it and I'm looking for suggestions
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I came across this channel recently that has a tonne of live recordings of Tatsuro Yamashita:
Enjoy it before it gets taken down.

Here are two longer live recordings.

As a bonus, here is some actual live footage of him:




Thanks for letting me discover this song. What a gem.


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Lets share some classical music.

>Chopin: Fantasie Impromptu


>J.S. Bach: Cello Suites


>John Dowland: Lute pieces


>Franz Liszt: Liebestraum


>Kimio Eto: Koto Music

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Hélène Grimaud plays Bach-Busoni


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:
They play at a similar averave speed, but Yo-Yo Ma gets much more out of it by slowing parts down selectively.


Sounds of Jupiter


Is this classical music???


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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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Who's scaruffi?



>best rock artists



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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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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I have nothing to play
Pls give recs


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


Aqua from the ARIA OST


>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.
It's jazz, so perhaps the melody is better analyzed by how it relates to the comp chords.



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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what im listening to right now



Perfect cozy winter album

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any prog fans here?


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


>Iconoclasta - Reminiscencias


>Mess - Sven Grunberg's Proge-Rock Group


>Tohpati Ethnomission - Mata Hati

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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


>Electric Sandwich - S/T


>SHINGETSU - S/T (from japan)


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

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


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


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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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.


: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:


probably one of the catchiest industrial songs


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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.

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

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.


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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.


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