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ゆっくりしていってね !

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 No.155[View All]

Post in this thread music, you found recently and enjoyed.
http://tekkaman.bandcamp.com/album/tekka-ep
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>>653
Melt banana is wildly under rated

 No.657

The Caretaker - An Empty Bliss Beyond This World
"[An empty bliss beyond this World] was inspired by a 2010 study suggesting that Alzheimer's patients have an easier time remembering information when it's placed in the context of music. What makes it unique isn't that Kirby resuscitates old but vaguely familiar source material; it's how he edits it. Several of the tracks here take pretty, anodyne phrases and loop them mindlessly; several stop in what feels like mid-thought; several reach back and then jump forward. They never feel filled-in from start to finish, and they tend to linger on moments that feel especially comforting or conclusive: the last flourishes of a song, maybe, the pat on the shoulder, the part when we're assured everything is drawing to a close. Kirby isn't just making nostalgic music, he's making music that mimics the fragmented and inconclusive ways our memories work."

Speaking from experience, this album portrays exactly what it feels like to lose a family member to Alzheimer's.

 No.660

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>>354
Because you introduced me to 5'nizza I've been a fan of theirs for the past two years. Thanks sushi! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aiCL0-U9WxI

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>>656
for sure

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i don't really know if she knows or not

but I left some things in her jewelry box and she's wearing out my rings, taking the complements meant for me.

and although i think i'll miss them

at least there's proof of my existence

captive little soldiers on her fingers

deep behind enemy lines

 No.672

>>671
This beat is infectious! Thanks sushi.

 No.673

>>672
glad you like it!
i'm-i'm-i'm-i'm not a not a crook crook

 No.674

I recently discovered this japanese shoegaze idol group called ・・・・・・・・・ (they don't have an official name but usually fans refers to them as "dots tokyo")

the music isn't that good, but the concept is cool

 No.675

magical pounding synth feels

 No.685

intelligent dance music
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 No.715

neat prog rock, somehow reminds me of the beatles

 No.716

deftones is kinda shitty and overrated, but at the same time, they're my musical guilty pleasure when I'm feeling sad or angsty (which is more often than I'd like)

sad music helps accentuate sad feelings and really makes you face your emotions rather than ignoring them or drowning them in alcohol or whatever

I'm sad but I want to feel alive

 No.717

This whole EP is great. I've not listened to other tracks by Om Unit but Kid Drama's Trife EP is pretty solid if you find your self wanting to explore this style a little further.

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I've never seen Zegapain (apparently this song is from the slot game), but I fell in love with this shit.

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i found this russian synthpop band

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DVgDuWKW0U4

 No.724

Here's some good denpa. I can't find the full version anywhere but spotify and in torrents. Youtube link is the short version.
https://open.spotify.com/track/1wYb3aasPVhCuBnzNiAdKX


>>723
Good stuff.

 No.725

>>724
i have found more

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZMsW_-cKVIg

it seems synthpop sounds good no matter what language

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>>724
Do you have a torrent link? I can't seem to find it on the usual trackers.

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 No.751

I finally found an equal mix of hardcore and denpa!

 No.752

I had the lucky accident of wearing headphones, when I stumbled upon this.

 No.754

Super chill, and the video that goes along with it is so fitting and I've never seen something like it before. So soothing.

 No.766

the singer is also very cute :3

 No.772

All of this guy's music sounds super weird and dissonant, but it works really really well. The first song on this album is awesome.

 No.773

>>175
This is definitely catchy.

 No.774

>>311
I miss Jon Lajoie

 No.775

Randomly catch myself coming back to this one.

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 No.778

shit fuckin SLAPS fam

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 No.814

Kazakh rapper Skriptonite formed a live band. Laid back beats and great vocals.
Lots of shakers.

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NONAGON INFINITY OPENS THE DOOR

 No.817

I've been going back and finding some old J-Rock/Visual Kei bands that I've enjoyed.



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