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ゆっくりしていってね !

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Post in this thread music, you found recently and enjoyed.
http://tekkaman.bandcamp.com/album/tekka-ep
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>>393
what is that a female rich evans?

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>>404
"how embarrassing" :-)

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I went to check up on that Fallout 76 trailer song, and it was officially released last month. It's a cover of Take Me Home, Country Roads. It's really good.

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>>400
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

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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.

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>2016
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.

 No.525

Found this last week, the vocal textures they use are really interesting!

 No.526

Here’s something I found recently. It’s Johnny Costa, the music director for Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood, performing his own interpretations of the most popular songs from the show. I wish I had looked into him earlier, because he is quickly becoming one of my favourite jazz pianists.

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>>526
This is really nice

Here's my pick, hype williams / babyfather / dean blunt is one of my favourite artists

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>>523
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.

 No.540

i'm getting into yukihiro takahashi's stuff. it's pretty great

 No.541

Let's get uncomfy for a moment

I've known about pallbearer for years now, but I didn't know they'd released new stuff tho. Wasn't as stoked about Heartless as most people where. Didn't make me want to die enough.

If you want to do some next level brooding, Pallbearer is what you want- especially Sorrow and Extinction, and Foundations of Burden. I always imagine, 80's Anime aesthetic, 4:3, VHS static and everything, with 2 giant monsters (most always a skele in there), fighting to the death in a desert wasteland while nomads look on from a cliff.

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Best performance of this piece for me. It's my sanctuary.

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Been enjoying I Hate Models a lot. I feel like it is simple background music that doesn't work my brain too much. It is relaxing. :3

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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

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Found this while browsing for stuff to listen to at work. The whole album is amazing, but Barbola Work is definitely my favorite track.

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any jungle in guy

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>>341
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!

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Oh fuck lads.

 No.616

Found this recently, very very good electronic album.

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hardstyle from the Netherlands

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Orbital - In Sides
Lots of very long songs on this one, but definitely listen to all of The Box without skipping, it's worth it.

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reminds me of >>220

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This little jewel right here, very relaxing.

 No.643

Been listening to a lot of Madchester stuff lately. Happy Mondays are an underrated band.

 No.644

Miles Bandit - Amethyst Garden

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This album sounds like how it feels browsing sushi

 No.652

The way the instruments are blended together in this is so nice. Could anyone recommend something similar to this?

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>>653
Melt banana is wildly under rated

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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.

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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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no idea if anyone's into darkstep/crossbreed, but lately this tune's had me addicted



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