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 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.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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 No.112[Reply]

Post your flashes with good music in them!
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olde thred desu ne



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 No.423[Reply]

I just leave it here: http://doujinmusic.ru

This is a lossless (FLAC) doujin music library that you can listen on the fly with a browser or mobile device (Android, iOS).

The library is constantly updated, and you can add your own collections.
And of course the hunt for priority.

You can get into the library by receiving an invite in the telegram-channel @touhouchan
It's free.

We are glad to everyone who is interested.

Demo account:

touhou
1234

 No.424

>>423
Sad I can't message the owner via telegram since no cellphone.

 No.432

>>424
Yep.
It very sad.



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 No.412

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>>408
This is perfect! I propose we put this in the 404 page.

 No.413

Oh and BY THE WAY, this would make a good emotional ending theme.
Polite sage 'cuz I was >>412 too.

 No.416

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>>412
I dunno, isn't it a little obtrusive? Automatic page sounds are rude manners.
I guess Lainchan has a pretty okay 404, but its song is a less obtrusive 8-bit cover. Blasting Hi-NRG that doesn't really begin until 40 seconds in is a little too much.

Either way, it would need a cool gif to be acceptable. I nominate this surprisingly well-synced Azumanga OP gif.

 No.419

>>413
sad low-fi teenage wasteland



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 No.260[Reply]

I haven´t seen anything like the stuff I usually listen to around on any chan music board. But it is definitely comfy, so I figured I'd link some of it here.

Lino Capra Vaccina — Antico Adagio
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tBCdn4-bn4w
Alois Hába - Quartet for Four Bassoons
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=efBzH-CWfRo
Satoshi Ashikawa - Still Park Ensemble
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f33pvpdXzos
Koto Vortex I: Works By Hiroshi Yoshimura
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0iJhH9L-yJY
Kimio Eto - Koto Music
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uorVoWL0CuM
Ben Johnston - String Quartet No. 10: Brisk, intent
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iEOhUVsVNBY

Hope somebody likes it, and any tips on something good in a similiar vein would be mightily appreciated!

 No.261

Really enjoying Still Park Ensemble.

I don't really know much about chamber music, but I wonder if you might enjoy some solo piano in Mussorgsky's Pictures at an Exhibition.

 No.275

>>261
That one reminds me of one of the first pieces introduction piece, where it is instead played on guitar, I'll look it up for you.

Here:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GJFDEyF92i8

The quality (both audio and video) is potato, but the notework being done is aweinspiring.

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 No.344

I'm back, with some more tunes.

Ivan Wyschnegradsky: Méditation sur 2 Thèmes de la Journée de l'Existence
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4tlrHkqXhXo
Charles Ives: Three Quarter-Tone pieces
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BhF0-hN4I8k
Ugo Amendola: Quartetto per Archi (1947)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-izg3Jb7WuM
Fred Frith - No Birds (1974)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AYn1RjOFj7o
Rachel's - Music for Egon Schiele
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4NFgtBxU7iU



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 No.284[Reply]

Favorite song while taking a dump?

 No.286

>literal shitpost
But here we go to make this into something.

 No.288

>>284
>>286
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dGsI8gYtcvg

You're doing it wrong if you're not listening to this every single time.

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 No.268[Reply]

Hold tight all the sushichan massive

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 No.182[Reply]

I gotta say /tunes/, the Weeknd's new album is pretty freaking good. As someone who loves Daft Punk I loved their collabs in there too.

What do you think?

 No.183

Guy sounds too much of a whiner, I can't bump to this.

 No.186

I liked it, too. And I'm with you on the Daft Punk collabs. They're both pretty damn good.

 No.187

>>183
I gotta agree, once you listen to the lyrics it does kind of get annoying with the whole 'muh love' thing.



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 No.144[Reply]

Do any of you sushis listen to podcasts?

A few years back, I would listen to some longer podcasts every now and then, but for some reason (mostly missing time, I guess), I stopped.

Now I kinda want to get back into it, but most podcasts are somewhat long and it's hard to find something that's interesting enough to keep me listening for an hour or more.

So, what do you like to listen to, sushis?

 No.146

Their YouTube channel is pretty atrocious but the yogpod was a really comfy podcast, and had a nice mix of funny, relaxing and interesting content that works quite well I think.

Another one I liked a lot was Wisenheimers which has since ended. Two internet animators talking about stupid shit.



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