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- Sat, 15 May 2021 19:15:45 EST xUO1R9KE No.458114
File: 1621120545770.jpg -(98730B / 96.42KB, 900x900) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Sewerslvt
What is your opinion on sewerslvt music?


Jungle, Rave, Breakcore, Drum & Bass Album
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Phoebe Shakeway - Sat, 22 May 2021 18:27:53 EST vCcKJ+qp No.458134 Reply
some people on /mu/ get mad at her for not being that original but she has some pretty good songs and i really like her aesthetic. i do think her projects can be pretty inconsistent and that turns me off quite a bit tho.
this is also accentuated on her longest projects, as i don't think one entire hour of runtime benefits her music.

her whole "i hate myself and want to die" shtick can get a little bit tiring at times, specially when expressed in over the top edgy ways or when the music isn't that interesting.
for me personally, i like when her songs aren't that heavy or dark as they tend to get a little bit monotonous after a while and aren't as memorable.

overall, i understand the appeal and she has some songs i like a lot, but i'd really like if her projects were more consistent.

also, some of her past controversies were pretty fucking dumb and reaproachable tbh. like the whole cover art and sample controversies, and her saying that digital art is different than real life stuff. that's like when nasty dudes say that l*lis in anime are fine if they are actually 800 years old or whatever. i think that maybe she's into that stuff because she follows weird artists on twitter, and if that's the case then that's honestly disgusting. not wanting to be a moralfag but come on lmao.


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- Sun, 14 Feb 2021 00:27:38 EST DTTlvutj No.457692
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I am trying to find a cd I miss placed that I had when I was a child (1999-2007)
I think the album name was "let it play" it was a compilation of various artist, one track was L.F.O (life is good). The cd was orange and so was the cd case I think their was black writing on the cd and gold on the case with black and white outlining
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Beatrice Cromblewell - Mon, 08 Nov 2021 21:59:28 EST ZVXnbsSo No.459272 Reply
I ran it through
1: failure
2: failure
3:Unreal[Album Version & Radio Edit], SOiL
4:Happier This Way, Splender
5: failure
6: failure
7: failure
10: life is good, LFO
James Bardbanks - Tue, 09 Nov 2021 05:21:07 EST qxb3Xl/C No.459273 Reply
I think I might have it. Eh whatever. Go to thrift store pawn shop you may see it.

Power Metal

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- Thu, 07 May 2020 02:59:08 EST P/HNSbtM No.456579
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I like it. Tell me I suck, I dare you.


Actually, I think i'm mid-life-crisising.
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Esther Clengerwill - Mon, 28 Feb 2022 04:01:45 EST 0k8jF38c No.459510 Reply
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>Karel Janoušek was a Czechoslovakian soldier who after serving in WW1 learned how to fly. When the outbreak of WW2 came and Czechoslovakia was occupied he was fighting in the resistance until he realized that he would do more good if he made it to France and continued the fight from there. He commanded the Czechoslovak Air Force in France until their surrender and then made his way to England where he organized the first Czechoslovak Air Force units in the Royal Air Force.

Post old and new songs for bumping at parties

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- Fri, 10 Dec 2021 19:32:32 EST thuw3dKO No.459363
File: 1639182752279.png -(648383B / 633.19KB, 851x710) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Post old and new songs for bumping at parties

Hi, sorry for being bad with words, I'm drunk

Basically title. I'm also looking for any classics that I might've forgotten.
Feels songs are especially welcome.

Been on a SOUDIERE binge lately, haven't listened to a lot of this type of music before, it fucking bumps.

Looking for songs that make the hype go up, breakdown-type songs and chill ones towards the end of the trip.
I am looking for mainly electronic songs.
I believe that some things are shared universally.

Imma post some of the ones that are up my alley

>Supermode - Tell Me Why

>Martin Solveig - The Night Out

>Calvin Harris - Pray To God
(prolly has one of the best comeups and breakdowns, honestly wish it was longer)

>Carly Rae Jepsen - Run Away With Me
(call me a fag all you want, this is one of the feeliest songs ever)

>Chromeo - Don't Turn The Lights On
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rock decades

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- Thu, 03 Feb 2022 12:59:15 EST QeDtgl+P No.459464
File: 1643911155701.jpg -(36802B / 35.94KB, 620x775) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. rock decades
50s: Elvis Presley
60s: The Beatles
70s: Led Zeppelin
80s: Van Halen
90s: Nirvana
00s: The White Stripes
10s: ????
20s: ???????????????????????????????????????????????????????
Graham Blimblepet - Fri, 04 Feb 2022 14:34:44 EST BstNwQU/ No.459468 Reply
10s: Twenty One Pilots
20s: hahahhahaha
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Augustus Pullerwan - Fri, 04 Feb 2022 14:49:26 EST QeDtgl+P No.459470 Reply
Twenty One Pilots is an interesting pick for this. I also heard someone say MGMT.
C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Mon, 21 Feb 2022 19:30:16 EST lO6XlUIy No.459500 Reply
honestly I would have gone with Maroon 5 or Imagine Dragons. 2020s maybe The 1975 but I dunno who’s real popular bands these days.

getting back into torrenting

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- Mon, 14 Jun 2021 14:17:15 EST hkhv0kLT No.458383
File: 1623694635338.jpg -(71886B / 70.20KB, 1001x768) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. getting back into torrenting
might be a slightly dubious topic i can't recall what site policy is for sharing filesharing sites and that sort of thing, but quite a few years ago i jumped ship from downloads and physical media to streaming out of convenience when i got a free subscription to one and just kept paying after it ran out, i remember being annoyed though that things came and went and sometimes some of my favorite songs would be just gone or randomly unavailable in my country, so when my Apple music subscription ran out last year I just started going on YouTube but that's less than ideal and theres still the same problem of things disappearing

last i remember i had a what.cd account but that seems to no longer be around and i'd have been banned by now for leaching at this point anyway

all the sites i remember are gone what do people use these days? i want to just build up my music library again downloading discographies like I used to I don't want to chance losing anything i don't want to put my faith in other companies with something i care about so much
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Reuben Hoblingfedge - Thu, 17 Jun 2021 20:26:31 EST fCC3enyq No.458441 Reply

YOUTUBE-DLG GUI is what I meant. Google that and you're Golden
Esther Bundlepot - Thu, 24 Jun 2021 22:29:07 EST M08oT0G/ No.458545 Reply
Torrenting? I haven't heard that name in years. *puffs cigarette*


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- Thu, 12 Jul 2018 08:08:56 EST t1CMGEdF No.453820
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Latest video from HANDSOFFTHETITS
Support the underground!
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How do you organize your music?

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- Sun, 30 Jan 2022 14:55:03 EST thuw3dKO No.459455
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Hey there,

For some reason I decided to take care of my music library today. I downloaded Musicbrainz Picard and updated most of my songs and also contributed a bit to Musicbrainz.

My music library structure is basically Artist / Year - Album [encoding (FLAC/MP3)]. I also have Random folders for individual songs.

I don't really have a genre structure, except for a few (drum & bass, techno, house, vaporwave), because in most cases it's hard to assign music to one genre.

Songs are numbered like %song number% %artist name% - %song name%

I think I'd like a dot after %song number%, but not sure.

This works for me, but I think that it'd be nice to add labels / label categories, altho for a casual like me it seems like overkill.

What about you? Anything else I should know?

Albert Billingshaw - Sun, 30 Jan 2022 15:00:55 EST thuw3dKO No.459456 Reply

Also, I noticed that by using a thing like Picard you're dependent on their database, and I had to do some edits because some info was incorrect.

I'm wondering if there's a main database for music info (I'm guessing discogs, but even there some info is missing or is incorrect).
Fuck Muffingsetch - Thu, 17 Feb 2022 18:34:26 EST qq2b2jGB No.459491 Reply
Put the year number in front of the disc name if you like it

If it's just reference material let it slide to the bottom of the window
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Hamilton Blevingfuck - Fri, 18 Feb 2022 22:12:48 EST Utx1ozHN No.459492 Reply
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I'm super anal about my library structure, and have gone through dozens of different organizational schemes over the years. I've put a lot of thought and work into making my media server library as clean and organized as possible, and ensuring that my files are properly tagged and sorted. This is my current structure, and it's worked really well for me.



>M:\Opeth\(2006) Ghost Reveries [MP3]\1.07 - The Grand Conjuration.mp3

My library is over a TB, mostly 320kbps and FLAC. I use Foobar2K and various scripts and plugins to manage processing files and folders, metadata scrapping, listening, etc. Discogs is usually sufficient for my scrapping purposes, but use a lot of other sources like Encyclopedia Mettalum or VGMdb for more niche stuff.

I used to nest things by GENRE\ before ALBUM_ARTIST\ (e.g. Metal\, Electronic\) but this didn't really work as my tastes diversified and it got harder to pigeonhole things, especially with artists that defy genres. Now I simply use alphabetically ordered semi-colon delimited genre tags, and let Foobar (and GoneMad on my phone) manage it from the metadata. I do have a separate SINGLES\ARTIST - TITLE.EXT folder for stuff that doesn't fit in the structure above, and these are mostly basement tracks made by you weirdos that I've saved over the last 15 years.

[OC] Post your music! [Bandcamp] [Soundcloud] [Youtube] [MP3]

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!!4N+Uxa7h - Wed, 22 Sep 2021 09:41:01 EST FwVnr6qs No.458987
File: 1632318061325.jpg -(4142893B / 3.95MB, 1639x2300) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. [OC] Post your music! [Bandcamp] [Soundcloud] [Youtube] [MP3]
The last thread permasaged! I hope you don't mind if I start a new one!

My band is called VFLambda, we're a 3-piece group, we rock 'n' roll with a bit of metal, bit of stoner rock, bit of punk, some indie stuff, bit of everything... if you know what I've posted about here over the years, you'll know I'm drawing from a lot of sources, I hope to push our boundaries this way :3 I try to create a rich sound in our recordings with lots of different instruments.

I'm trying to get us another 60 subscribers so we can have a custom URL, if you like what you hear please consider subscribing, I'd really appreciate it!

Newest music video, BIG TAM https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8m7aXO6s6-Y

Vantage Point https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FU1mBExiUdg I used Vib-Ribbon to make this lyric video
'82 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4t1mJXioEtc
'76 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qcywZEDecy0 for fans of the Road Rash games

I drew this gig poster too hehe
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Metalheads! Please listen to my music?

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- Wed, 09 Feb 2022 07:42:27 EST 6+vtf0gc No.459481
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Pretty happy with how it turned out!

Please let me know what you guys think!

polymorph !uKEFW4r7WU - Mon, 14 Feb 2022 02:35:46 EST I3UE3jns No.459486 Reply
fuck wrong thread, my bad

more Folky than Punk ?

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- Sat, 05 Feb 2022 00:52:50 EST lu+271Wp No.459473
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Folky / Folk-punk / crust general? trying to get more.

Jesse Stewart - When You're Gone (Mandolin and vocals. dope ass track)

Closet Fiend - Heroinsomnia

Mccafferty - House w/ No Doorbells

Little Foot - I am the Reason ( Banjo & vocals. facetat squatter-core)

..anyway. more related
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Frederick Sannerway - Sun, 06 Feb 2022 10:25:45 EST LOMqF+BB No.459477 Reply
Fuck yeah His Hero is Gone was so fucking good, as much as I love Tragedy, His Hero is Gone were so much better and unique imo.
Anyone a fan of Swordwielder? Similar sound to Amebix and Axegrinder.
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George Pennerway - Mon, 07 Feb 2022 21:30:51 EST 4QseuiYq No.459479 Reply
op here, checking this shit out
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Simon Gallertark - Tue, 08 Feb 2022 02:22:22 EST QeDtgl+P No.459480 Reply
For sure, HHiG is an amazing band, one of the best punk drummers ever.

I don't know Swordwielder, but I'm liking it a lot, definitely reminds me a lot of Amebix.

Recent lit listening songs

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- Sun, 22 Mar 2020 19:21:40 EST miWx6JYz No.456404
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Of current. Any you'd like to share?


Thank you, stay safe.
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Shit that you don't know how you found

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- Fri, 18 May 2018 20:44:25 EST Oza5+IbT No.453553
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I want those bizarre albums that you stumbled on drunkenly one night and you have no memory of bookmarking it but you did and now you actually kind of like it.


Alternatively if that's literally never happened to any of you, then I guess thread for weird shit that you enjoy?
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Hamilton Tillingshaw - Thu, 03 Feb 2022 05:56:41 EST 1OdRh9Zz No.459461 Reply
>David Copperfield vs Harry Houdini. Epic Rap Battles of History
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