Really became my favorite band/artist.
I already knew this label a while ago, but I never listened this album. It's greathttps://kittyonfirerecords.bandcamp.com/album/wakey-wakey-rise-and-shiiine>>164
Woah, that was good, thanks
These are really good sushirolls
Contributing with some Especia
Red Velvet - Lucky Girl
from Russian Roulette
hoping for something else - burned out basementhttps://theworstlabel.bandcamp.com/album/burned-out-basement
well produced experimental idm / trip hop / lo-fi
Those VBR music videos are damn good. I also like the odd combinations of elements and styles.
It didn't make me cry, but it was nice to hear.
I just found this a few days ago, I don't know quite what it is but I absolutely love it.
Indie always needs more trumpets in my opinion.>>255
That reminds me, I rediscovered this a while ago.https://soundcloud.com/artsandcrafts/chilly-gonzales-overnight
I'd heard it years ago but forgot what it was called until about a week back.
I like monomatik because they make honest, good techno without sounding studio-polished and remote. It's also free, so…
Hint: their music is on yt but it's here as well.https://files.scene.org/browse/music/groups/ideology/id048/
I listened to some garage a while back and got a bit of a comfy feel.
Never really listened to it when I was young but you heard it everywhere anyway.
If you want a nice rounded garage mix to get a good listen of all sects (?) I always listen to this. I think its got a a good mix of all types of garage https://soundcloud.com/stephen-j-weeden/old-skool-uk-garage-house-classics-mix-1997-part-1-mixed-by-chris-renegade-1
Found this lovely little number yesterday, been listening to his other stuff since
I also came across this album for the first time last week, and I just can't get enough of ithttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2JTGPBm6L_E&t=15s
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Pretty good stuff here.
bassline needs more love
sorry if the embed messes up I've never tried it here.
There's an embed button next to file select, sushiroll. Just stick the link in there
Pi post checked.
I love the Fleet Foxes too, thanks to my dad getting me into them. They just released something new but I haven't listened to it yet.
made a channel with underground russian rap.
idea was to rip stuff from soundcloud and vk that wasnt even availabe on youtube
vor means thief
subsribe if you wish
This is so ambient, it's like background music for your background music.https://blackestrainbowrecords.bandcamp.com/album/moon-cycles-fowey
Thank you for this sushi, just what I needed right now.
Dulaman by Chanticleer:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-Fx01VeePVE
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!
Melt banana is wildly under rated
This beat is infectious! Thanks sushi.
glad you like it!i'm-i'm-i'm-i'm not a not a crook crook
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
i have found morehttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZMsW_-cKVIg
it seems synthpop sounds good no matter what language