bounced on my boy's sashimi to this for four minutes and seven seconds
I like the relaxed pace and the melancholic vocals of this song. Good stuff.
I knew and loved the Nordland albums of Bathory, but never gave Blood on Ice a chance. It turns out, that this is a real gem.
…What an unfortunate name for her album.
Axian's remixes are fantastic for studying and blocking out noise. I try not to rely on them if it's already quiet enough though, find it still distracts a bit regardless of how ambient it is.>>321
Synthwave is rad, a lot of the chiller stuff really does make for some pretty good driving music. check out -https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GWXZ_EwHTho
it tends to be one of my go to driving songs along with Ocean Drive.
20 years on and still sounding good.>>317
cheers for this.
reminds me of machine girl
what is that a female rich evans?
"how embarrassing" :-)
These are solid jams my dudes.
My pick is this new Mom Jeans album. I somehow avoided the music they’ve released before, but I fell in love with this album instantly
Recently got back into listening to Tally Hall related stuff, and ran across Joe Hawley's Hawaii: Part II from way back in 2012.https://miraclemusical.bandcamp.com/album/hawaii-part-ii
Some very experimental stuff in there. I quite like Mind Electric for its mind melting structure and symbolic lyrics.
Lmao, this thread's been around since I first discovered sushi, and now I realize a lot of genres I listen today kinda came from here. Thanks, sushi rolls.
This is really nice
Here's my pick, hype williams / babyfather / dean blunt is one of my favourite artists
I was just thinking the same. I haven't been around much lately, but the other day I was making a playlist of comfy fall/autumn music and a whole load of the first tracks were from this thread.
Scrolling through there are some things I absolutely love that I didn't think I'd found here, so either you rolls have had a bigger influence on me than I thought or we have the same great taste.
Please enjoy this music fellow rolls. There's something about faintly melancholy that appeals to me. I hope it brings you happiness too.
I found it as a result of watching a movie called "he died with a felafel in his hand" i'd recommend checking it out, especially if you've lived in a lot of sharehouses like i have. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AtTsky80XmQ
Whenever I listen to this song, I'm reminded of sushichan. The atmosphere fits perfectly with this board. It's slow-paced, like a stroll in spring, with bitter-sweet singing and a playful yet modest instrumentation.
Thanks again for sharing this gem!