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Getting started in Death Metal by Nathaniel Berrydale - Mon, 05 Sep 2016 14:58:43 EST ID:tu+RmnDb No.446933 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I haven't been exposed to much death metal, but I'm interested in learning more about the genre.

What I have heard is all Nile albums, most Deicide albums, some Debauchery and Darkthrone's Soulside Journey.

I know that Cannibal Corpse is considered one of the "classics" of the genre but something about it is off-putting to me, maybe it's just too over the top, I don't know.

Nile and Debauchery are both considered "brutal death" so I'm interested in that as well as any of the masterpieces that all death metal fans should know, and what's been going on in the past few years if there's been any recent, highly-rated new releases.
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Matilda Chevinghet - Mon, 13 Feb 2017 20:47:43 EST ID:Pp/O6yIL No.448406 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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not death, but good stuff for metal fans

Lydia Brongerhall - Thu, 16 Feb 2017 02:07:49 EST ID:OCDALtoD No.448427 Ignore Report Quick Reply
vital remains
Isabella Namblelock - Thu, 16 Feb 2017 04:30:27 EST ID:I7QhcMCo No.448428 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Obligatory dethklok ofcourse
Graham Sennerlock - Fri, 17 Feb 2017 13:25:06 EST ID:In1+6nKF No.448436 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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check out Arsis, Psycroptic, Fleshgod Apocalypse, The Black Dahlia Murder, Cephalic Carnage, Cryptopsy, Gojira, Meshuggah, Thy Art Is Murder, idk I used to be way more into this kind of metal, kind of forgot a lot of the bands I used to like
Simon Settingnock - Sun, 19 Feb 2017 10:31:31 EST ID:8p1JWsfe No.448449 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I definitely recommend the genre war metal, and blackened death metal more generally. It's probably the punkiest metal genre ever - it takes the sacrilegious, mystical, and philosophical themes of black metal and sets it to really intense, brutal, passionate, and simple death metal. The result actually resembles crust punk, and some of it almost borders on grindcore. I never really liked normal death metal because it sounded so silly to me, like a dumb horror movie. But blackened death, and war metal more specifically, is more real - it has the passion of punk, but it's more musical than grindcore, more passionate and real than most other death metal, and more straightforward and raw, and less over the top than those really elaborate black metal bands these days.

One drawback: since they came out of black metal, but want to be more raw, they still do the black metal costumes, but try to do it as minimalistically and cheaply as possible. The result is almost always really silly.

But anyway, war metal/blackened death is honestly the first metal genre I've really been able to sink my teeth into. I always had to say that metal was mostly really silly, though I've been into punk since I was 11 (I'm 27 now). This is the first metal genre where I consistently like what I hear - before this I just liked some random metal bands in different genres - Ministry, Eyehategod, Venom, Electric Wizard, Blind Guardian, Bathory, Gojira, Sepultura. I did just go through a phase were I was obsessed with crust punk, so I guess this is a natural progression.

Anyway, the key band of this genre is really Sarcofago. I recommend trying them, and if you like them, maybe progress onto Goatwhore.

GUITAR MASTERY by Alice Dongerridge - Fri, 17 Feb 2017 22:32:18 EST ID:T9oen2Pq No.448440 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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What do you consider to be pieces of guitar mastery?

For me, Chris Christodoulou makes such wonderful guitar music. The notes carry so much emotion and care, and they change so subtly. This one is so fucking good: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RbzA6lX84xM This one a very close second: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VjqimqlaeZQ

Rory Gallagher is for me an excellent example of guitar mastery. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lUv-4dNX6Jw This, oh so much this. Fuck me.

Santana in this song as well: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cTjYQKtO2dc

And this, this for me is an absolute jewel of guitar mastery: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kEVUX8FI7zs. Fuck the way David Gilmour plays with those notes is just so good, it's like he pulls your consciousness by a string and plays around with it, he does it so well and it's almost as if you can tell from the way that he's playing that he KNOWS he's doing it to you.
Ebenezer Nuvingsick - Sat, 18 Feb 2017 10:12:37 EST ID:JAtNmyul No.448445 Ignore Report Quick Reply
This jam is pretty solid. The interplay between Joey DeFrancesco and John Scofield is pretty amazing.


also, Van Halen?

John Mumblekene - Sat, 18 Feb 2017 15:16:35 EST ID:+wrdlpbf No.448446 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Ah... to be a sexually frustrated young guitar prodigy again.

No job. No money. No girlfriend. Mad skills.

Those were the days. ;)

I find Rory Gallagher mostly unlistenable now. But, this solo at 5:05 has had a lasting impression on me as a guitarist: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0xuhlgiyBA8

Definitely worth learning. But, I'm an incurable Zeppelin snob:

Beatrice Clennerbod - Sat, 18 Feb 2017 19:34:49 EST ID:h0yLWXuU No.448448 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I don't think I'll ever cease to be amazed at Buckethead's talent, versatility, and how casually and effortlessly he makes raw, emotional music.


Gear queers converge! pls by Clara Hivingworth - Fri, 17 Feb 2017 14:58:31 EST ID:ar/iTaqg No.448437 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Looking to drop about 1k or somewhere in that range on an amp head for guitar. Not a king of gear like most guitarists, I just play shit. Need help finding out what I should get. I currently am looking at Engl's because of their tone/German made. I can get a Fireball 60, 100 or a used Powerball. There are also some used 15w gigmasters locally for far less. Somewhere around a used 5150 at like 450-500. Never owned tubed shit before. Blackstar has HT Metal 100's in my price range as well. Of course I could also track down some used 5150-6505 deal but the Engl tones I've heard sound maybe 5-10%% better. But the cost is twice as much.

>To any of you guitarists, will I regret not getting the "best" sounding tone and saving a ton of money?

It will be feeding a 4x12 with 2 man-o-wars and 2 private jacks and also a 2x12 with various speakers.

I could possibly see a use for the 100 watts but that is kind of a longshot since everything gets mic'd. I've heard people say the Fireball 60 doesn't sound as good as the 100. None of the Engl's I've seen have power soaks which sucks. I'd really like something that can go down to at least 25w or even 50w. I'll never push a 100w in normal settings. But I need something that can be heard over a drummer without a mic + PA system. A metal "Kill everything with Rimshots" drummer of course.
David Herringridge - Sat, 18 Feb 2017 18:08:20 EST ID:L2HVQnaQ No.448447 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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get an interface and NI guitar rig bro
That sweet tone bro
I run it through my seinheissers dude
The frequencies bro

Vibes by Sophie Blenderwill - Sat, 18 Feb 2017 03:35:05 EST ID:8L76DrG1 No.448442 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Chilly trip-hop for the lazy weekend mornings.

I'll start with a new find, Feverkin & Kolesma - Folds: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vgqd3Ox-axo
Hugh Brigglehood - Sat, 18 Feb 2017 09:15:23 EST ID:RcMH4qFL No.448444 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Bump While Listening thread #2 by C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Sun, 10 Jan 2016 23:06:45 EST ID:5RZAZuh0 No.443407 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Last thread >>435367. Bump the thread with the latest tracks you're listening to now.
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Phineas Goodhood - Tue, 07 Feb 2017 16:21:38 EST ID:nssndgnz No.448346 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Zozyman - Tue, 07 Feb 2017 22:25:35 EST ID:r0ytMjB6 No.448347 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Frederick Poshville - Fri, 10 Feb 2017 18:13:20 EST ID:nssndgnz No.448375 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Fucking Euroboy man. That dude know how to play the guitar.
Archie Sinkinbadge - Sat, 11 Feb 2017 10:02:24 EST ID:r0ytMjB6 No.448378 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Lil Dick my man. Jewishflowdohe

William Nannerham - Sat, 18 Feb 2017 03:48:09 EST ID:r7yvaUgx No.448443 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Crazy shows/best live experiences by Jenny Foddlepudging - Thu, 16 Feb 2017 23:58:35 EST ID:Gm4BZ9a+ No.448431 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Craziest show I ever been to was the Cadillac Tramps, who tend to attract a lot of cholos, and the Smut Peddlers who tend to attract a lot of skinheads. Everything was fine during the peddler's set but in the middle of intermission all the skins started chucking their bottles at the cholos and the cholos tossed theirs right back.

This is one of the more legit venues in the area, like these days all the big hip hop acts go through there, Rae Sremmurd, they just had lil Yachty and Odd Future and Lil B have made their rounds through there. So security turns up the lights and break things up. Then once security got off the dance floor there was a huge brawl. I guess the venue suspected this might happen so they had the cops on stand by, who burst in and made everyone go outside. Eventually they let everyone back in for the rest of the show, but apparently fights broke out in the parking lot, some dude got stabbed and the whole thing was just a huge mess. On the plus side I really haven't seen that many skinheads at shows since then.

Best show I ever went to was the Briefs, they're like if the Buzzcocks were from Seatle instead of England. They usually play this bar down here that holds maybe 200 people, and they had packed the place. Some girl came all the way from Japan to see them and she beat the shit out of everyone between her and the stage to get to the front, it was hilarious.

What about you guys? Local faves we might catch on the road? Some big mainstream act with a crazy multimedia performance (one of my biggest regrets is not seeing MJ before he died)?
DSfA !!4N+Uxa7h - Fri, 17 Feb 2017 03:49:38 EST ID:cx+KZXQz No.448432 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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My and my girlfriend at the time went down to see we are THE PHYSICS' last ever performance at a tiny wee festival in the Lake District in 2015. They are in my top 5 alltime favourite bands. Their live shows were great fun, beside the awesome songs they had all these funny set pieces and live antics, and having been to a couple of their other gigs we knew what to expect. One thing they did, the singer would say "hey, people often ask us, what's it like being in we are THE PHYSICS? And we say, it's fuckin easy, anyone can do it, can anyone here play guitar?" and some people in the crowd would put their hand up, so he'd pick one and say "what's your name?"
"What's that? Brian?"
"No, Alb-"
"Okay Brian, in the middle of this song we'll get you up, take Chris' guitar and just do whatever you like"
Then at a break in their song "All My Friends Are JPEGs" they clap and go Brian! Brian! Brian! Brian! as he gets up to take the guitar. On the drive down I was like hey honeybunny wouldn't it be cool if I was the final Brian? So when it came to this bit she launched me headfirst onto the stage, so I got to play guitar with one of the greatest bands in the world, at their last ever gig! I nearly cried from beaming so much
Thomas Crebberhall - Fri, 17 Feb 2017 20:14:10 EST ID:4TZF6qzI No.448439 Ignore Report Quick Reply
death from above 1979 at the metro in 2011 or something

sweatiest show ever, they played every single song they had

soundcloud by Reuben Pockfoot - Sun, 12 Feb 2017 11:13:55 EST ID:3a/IltZs No.448384 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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post soundcloud here
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Sidney Blytheridge - Sun, 12 Feb 2017 23:25:26 EST ID:wU3+1dYm No.448394 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I believe the old Soundcloud thread has died. Let this be the new, shiny Soundcloud thread?


I return all comments and follow back! I'll be cruising the thread and giving advice as much as I can. Much love /m/ <3
Wesley Sunkinhall - Mon, 13 Feb 2017 17:47:15 EST ID:pmjaAkIj No.448403 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Made good use of a "sick day'" from work.
Doris Gunkinfield - Fri, 17 Feb 2017 09:05:03 EST ID:Qd1mnjkI No.448433 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Mostly a dumping ground as I learn, just to keep a blog of each new effort. I know my theory, but have very little experience of song writing and am still getting to grips with the foundations of production. Any feedback or critique would be super appreciated.
Graham Sennerlock - Fri, 17 Feb 2017 13:16:33 EST ID:In1+6nKF No.448435 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I make this post metal/shoegazey type stuff. I don't know how to promote music so no one really hears it, give me some listens pls?

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Technical Demons by John Wopperhood - Fri, 17 Feb 2017 11:08:17 EST ID:PLiPj/Ki No.448434 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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You ever get weird shit go wrong, like in a chain of production cables, and everything about it makes you trial/error and come up with the wrong thing?

Just now whilst setting up my decks for the first time in ages, the right channel just wasnt working. Nothing would come out panned right. Left monitor fine. Eventually I thought great mixers fucked but then when I persevered it turned out that both right sides of the rca cables had randomly gone dead, Id not even unplugged both of the decks.

So I stripped both the cables apart and made a new working one out of 2 left cables. One red, one purple. They are the swanky rcas which look and cost like they arnt meant to break. So uncanny that they would both break at the same time, to the point where I thought my mixer was broken. I tried many different tests and that definately what's happened.
Does my head in.

Uncle Acid and the Deadbeats by Nigel Bossleway - Thu, 09 Feb 2017 16:39:41 EST ID:lOr3Abxe No.448361 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Uncle acid and the Deadbeats - Blood Lust - FULL ALBUM

Just found this, really cool stuff!
Stoner, metalish rock with retro 70's vibes all over it.

I like the distortion on the vocals, reminds me of John Lennon on I'm the Walruss.

Music videos, kool stuff.

Uncle Acid and the deadbeats- Ritual Knife
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Angus Sankinham - Tue, 14 Feb 2017 08:11:11 EST ID:QDlsyTDc No.448409 Ignore Report Quick Reply
this this and this, allmighty that one who pulled these geniouses together to make magic for people who like imo GOOD music !
thanks for the reminder !
Augustus Packleshit - Tue, 14 Feb 2017 14:20:58 EST ID:gYZuf7D0 No.448411 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Shit dude, back in my metal days i used to listen to those fellas, they made a cover of pink floyd's wall, it's an alright one

Charles Gommlenane - Wed, 15 Feb 2017 23:29:52 EST ID:vMRsEM3e No.448425 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I have no clue how I hadn't heard of Uncle Acid earlier, but fuuuuuuuuuuck man
I put severe and very intense blame on the people around me for not being more enlightened. Their shit is fucking GOLD. They're like a beautiful amalgam of 80s metal and groovy ass shit combined with modern metal-ish droning that just gives me a giant erection.
I love it.
Also, if anyone has any similar artists please post in my thread here, for recommendations...
It says stoner/doom but I'm open to anything remotely similar..
Lydia Brongerhall - Thu, 16 Feb 2017 02:01:40 EST ID:OCDALtoD No.448426 Ignore Report Quick Reply
depends what you like but electric wizard is always great. windhand is great
Hamilton Gonderfoot - Thu, 16 Feb 2017 19:32:27 EST ID:7WjOm5qE No.448430 Ignore Report Quick Reply
If you want horror themed doom check out Blood Farmers.

Looking for recommendations by Oliver Doddlesane - Tue, 14 Feb 2017 01:24:25 EST ID:vMRsEM3e No.448407 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So I haven't broadened my musical horizons in a long time, and I mostly listen to metal. Specifically Melodic Death Metal and Progressive Metal.

I recently tried to with punk because a good buddy is way into punk but I couldn't get into it.

I've been listening to a lot of stoner/doom type shit, and a shitload of Tomahawk, which I somehow just discovered. I'm fucking digging the experiemental type shit that treads somewhere between metal and punk but also super experimental.

Anyways, any kind of recommendations are accepted.
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Simon Chirrywell - Tue, 14 Feb 2017 21:14:44 EST ID:7WjOm5qE No.448416 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Have you listened to Paul Chain? He falls underneath the doom umbrella but he also does a fair amount of experimental stuff as well.
This is his most experimental album.
Simon Chirrywell - Tue, 14 Feb 2017 21:18:50 EST ID:7WjOm5qE No.448417 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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and yeah his lyrics are mostly made up words.
Cyril Brellerlatch - Wed, 15 Feb 2017 08:48:55 EST ID:7H4+9PXr No.448418 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I basically like tech metal, prog metal and sludge/doom stoner, However there is a lot of experimental punk/metal that overlaps with some or all of the above. Let me unleash a wide range of shit. I would love to share all my music with you because I think we have a lot in common (I like progressive metal and stoner/sludge doom and who the fuck doesn't like At the Gates or Carcass? )

In fairness the thing about punk and metal is that punk is very insecure about it's self image (I mean the scene I guess) while if it's got a lot of kick and distorted guitars it will often happily be labelled metal. A lot of really good bands made up of punks have been rejected from their own scene and embraced with open arms. As a result there is a lot of stuff that's really punk that metallers like us like but punks dont. It makes it ironic that we're the weird ones. We have punks to thank for most of our music in some way.

Starting at the tech metal/punk end you have dillinger escape plan, this is a mix o hardcore grindcore prog metal and jazz but with a slight NIN and Faith No More influence. Their most recent (and final) album is their most diverse but it's also got some copyright shit on youtube.

Not experimental enough? How about the gold standard for sludge metal and experimental shit? The melvins. They are a big deal. These guys have a lot of ties to Mike Patton which I will come back to. One of their lineups includes Mike's Childhood friend Trevor Dunn (of Mr Bungle, Fantomas and Tomahawk)
Stoner Witch is a stoner metal classic but it's a mix of styles.
More recently they did a collab with the butthole surfers called "Hold it in" the album goes from sludge to noise, punk rock, ambient and psych pop. This is my favourate track on it though.

So yeah, take King Buzzo from the melvins and Mike and Trevor from all those bands and then get Dave Lombardo on drums (though Dale from the Melvins has been known to fill his stool) and well..
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Jenny Clunkinford - Wed, 15 Feb 2017 15:53:28 EST ID:vMRsEM3e No.448422 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Thx for the recommendations so far guys. Glad to have a backlog of stuff to check out. I'll get back when I have a chance to listen to it all.
Jenny Sollydale - Thu, 16 Feb 2017 18:35:02 EST ID:kwqTRUD+ No.448429 Ignore Report Quick Reply
If you're already into death and doom then I'd probably start with crust.

His Hero Is Gone, if you like sludge

From ashes rise, more Nashville crust

Nausea, now for some old school

This stuff isn't really crust, just some god tier shit

Stooges, greatest live band of all time
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My first ep :3 by badliterature - Tue, 31 Jan 2017 20:18:11 EST ID:Zdb05Z2I No.448280 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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There probably already is a (post your own music thread) but I spent the past couple of months on this and thats enough effort to warrant my own

So here it is my first EP give er a listen why don't cha :)

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Ian Goodbanks - Mon, 13 Feb 2017 09:55:52 EST ID:0HyuG3OZ No.448400 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Nicholas Finningshaw - Mon, 13 Feb 2017 16:11:27 EST ID:q77wYi+K No.448402 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Alright I'm down when's the weekly radio show happening again? Therm0 I think you should do it like radio and have a mic hooked in with a side chain compressor and announce tracks n stuff. Hell it'd be cool if you choose some SoundCloud thread favorites and mix them in
Therm0ptic !cyBOrG7t12 - Mon, 13 Feb 2017 18:13:41 EST ID:BCklaK62 No.448404 Report Quick Reply
Yeah I used to make playlists of stuff from the SoundCloud thread but no one came. Although if we tried to do something more similar to a radio vibe, it might work out better. Idk I plan on taking a week of vacation once I get my drum set so I might work on that, too.
Fuck Fanlock - Mon, 13 Feb 2017 19:09:14 EST ID:gkVLyaPC No.448405 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Yeah Good ol 2014 that was the year of /m/tube and it was fun. I think if you do it like a radio show, maybe even find a way to have audio discussion it could be cool.

Release the river erhm I mean BigRiverStream!
Jarvis Summlebanks - Wed, 15 Feb 2017 21:14:54 EST ID:QoKqJUy8 No.448424 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Every time I post in a thread about production, it dies. Every time I post flacs, I get ignored. Love ya Therm, but me thinks a website full of stoners is just not conducive to discussing the science of art. Plus with gearslutz being a thing, it's kinda redundant. Why come here when you can talk with Eric Valentine and Bob Olhsson?

bandcamp thread by Archie Chessleshaw - Mon, 28 Nov 2016 15:11:30 EST ID:CKF2pfzy No.447733 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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share your bandcamp
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Caroline Blubbernug - Wed, 08 Feb 2017 20:33:46 EST ID:FN5O4cP0 No.448352 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Get yo chin waggons over to this bandcamp for da free goods bruh.
John Serryham - Thu, 09 Feb 2017 21:37:59 EST ID:U1nX9iOo No.448364 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Lofi beats, comments would be appreciated <3
Aphess - Mon, 13 Feb 2017 13:19:05 EST ID:Ii5oONL9 No.448401 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Just dropped this album. Rec'd 3AM


>futurebeats, chillwave, initial d inspired
Betsy Pittridge - Tue, 14 Feb 2017 18:31:33 EST ID:mYSwdFJZ No.448414 Ignore Report Quick Reply
You got some chuckles outta me. I dig it.
Fanny Hicklestine - Wed, 15 Feb 2017 18:20:44 EST ID:5Vc//90O No.448423 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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music is a leftover hobby from highschool but I really want to do more things

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