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- Sun, 11 Aug 2019 00:34:08 EST vq0qS9I6 No.455328
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Which band/musician for you defines coolness? For me it's got to be these guys, and subsequently New Order. Happy Mondays and The Stone Roses are probably tied for a close second. 808 State are up there too. Madchester in general is probably the coolest scene for me. Honorable mentions to Can, X, The Jesus and Mary Chain, Spacemen 3, Gang of Four, Love, Soft Machine, and Lou Reed/The Velvet Underground.

Ultimately I went with Joy Division/New Order because I think they perfectly captured that fashionable, disaffected, disinterested nihilism that was the zeitgeist of the late 70's-early 80's counter-culture. I think in a much more refined, genuine, and infinitely more artistic way than acts like the Sex Pistols ever did (big fan of Lydon's later work with Public Imagine Ltd. though). I'm a huge fan of the whole post-punk scene, both in the UK and the States, and I think Joy Division are easily the best example of the genre, as loosely defined as it is.

Everything about their entire act, from the music and lyrics, to Ian's vocal style, their clothes, ragged appearance, penchant for drug use and general tired and depressed demeanor can be seen as a single artistic entity. While not intentional, because of the passion they put into their music and the confident personas they assumed on stage and off, their entire lives were their work and it really showed.

They were always genuine too, they did exactly what they wanted to do without filtering it through the lens of what they "should" be doing to be successful. They had this platform where music was changing at the base and nothing was off limits and they used this to their advantage to write some very cerebral minimalist pop with a genuinely innovative aesthetic and they pulled it off incredibly well.

I mean just look at Peter Hook, who I think best manages to make looking sad, disheveled and constantly on the brink of death unbelievably attractive, with pure confidence and anticharasma. I mean that's more down to personal preference than anything though, I absolutely prefer guys like him to people like a lot of the showboating chauvinists to enter alternative music in the years since.

They, along with a handful of other bands like Gang of Four, Siouxie Sioux, Television, and Talking Heads pretty much single-handedly developed the sound and aesthetic that would come to define alternative music, and heavily influence pop, for the next two decades.
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Martin Brookridge - Sun, 11 Aug 2019 05:23:34 EST jQfjPKyM No.455334 Reply
>>455333
>The idea of "progress" in art is a complete myth. While certainly there are trends in art and it'd be very difficult if impossible to create art free of influences from other works contemporary and historical, at the end of the day a work of art is its own entity in its own time in its own reality, despite being intertwined with our own experience. It's impossible to say objectively that one work of art is wholly better than another, the only things you can judge are how the work affects you personally and the style and technique of the artists.

You understand progress wrong. Progress doesn't necessarily mean to improve, its just a change. Music changes it doesn't stagnate for long and its easy to prove. You can easily track the death, creation and progress of several music genres since we have musical recordings.
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DSfA !!4N+Uxa7h - Sun, 11 Aug 2019 06:22:22 EST 3uA6sgR0 No.455337 Reply
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OP have you read the book Rip it Up and Start Again by Simon Reynolds? I highly recommend it :)

>I mean just look at Peter Hook, who I think best manages to make looking sad, disheveled and constantly on the brink of death unbelievably attractive, with pure confidence and anticharasma.
I saw Hooky & The Light a few years ago and he was all of these things except attractive haha. Cutting about the crowd playing Love Will Tear Us Apart with his moobs out. Great show though!

For me it's hard to pick a single coolest band/artist, but I have the most respect for those artistes who unabashedly follow their own vision, regardless of how it's received or what's expected of them.

Also, the Smiths > Joy Division, there we go
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Lillian Brellybanks - Sun, 11 Aug 2019 13:14:05 EST vq0qS9I6 No.455338 Reply
>>455334
Yeah you're 100% correct. I honestly don't even fully remember writing that part. I've been posting this stuff on like day 3 (4 now?) of a speed binge.

>>455337
Own it but haven't really read it yet, it's been on my backlog for a while, might as well give it a read soon. Gutted Hook split, he was always my favorite in both bands, never really looked into why it was so acrimonious, neither parties tend to look good in these kinds of disputes. Really need to see The Light soon though.

In that vein though I DID manage to catch New Order at a festival where they completely out of nowhere opened with Disorder (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g12dtWVIP3w) while I was just starting to peak on .3 of md. Easily one of the best moments of my life. I always thought they didn't play Joy Division songs but they must've given that up at some point. I thought maybe that was Hook's thing but now it clearly isn't that either. I dunno.

Definitely shouldn't of left out the Smiths though, I guess at the time I didn't think of them as cool in the same way. Honestly they're the only band I can think of where I genuinely like every single song they did. Even New Order had a few duds here and there for me, so I guess in that sense I like The Smiths more.

>he was all of these things except attractive haha

Yeah, rock stars have a tendency to not age particularly gracefully if they don't end up overdosing. I like a lot of older artists but it always feels quite rude to use the past tense lol

>Marc Almond sure WAS cute, damn, not like he looks now though, looking like a melted action figure now

Morrissey actually didn't age that poorly at all though imo now that I think of it.

MUZICCCC

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- Sat, 10 Aug 2019 15:43:04 EST GTJn5aD8 No.455325
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LOL THIS IS TOT AL LYY MEE WEHN I SING DA SONG XD

Gospel blues

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- Thu, 08 Aug 2019 13:36:47 EST ka9S8+hE No.455304
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Gospel Blues is heroin-addicted problem solving
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Emma Sondlestock - Thu, 08 Aug 2019 18:12:07 EST 6FD1tcde No.455305 Reply
>>455304
I build 3 string, fretless, cigar box guitars and play a lot of blues on them

Psychedelic music (definition)

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- Tue, 06 Aug 2019 22:44:07 EST ka9S8+hE No.455292
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In my mind it undoubtedly translates to meaning
the melancholy side of blues
It's not all in the wah wah or the phasers
Charlie Patton had it "going on"
On the psychedelic side

Why do people care about band rivalries?

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- Sat, 06 Jul 2019 07:32:32 EST vq0qS9I6 No.455151
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Is this even a thing anymore? It seems incredibly stupid. I was listening to Brian Jonestown Massacre on YouTube and people in the comments were STILL talking shit about Dandy Warhols, calling them "faggots" and talking about how much they hated them. How little to you have to have going on in your life to give a shit about this sort of thing? A lot of these kids weren't even alive when any of the drama between the two bands was happening?

I'm not saying people can't prefer a band, I think the Dandy Warhols are a lot better and BJM is the proverbial broken clock that's right twice a day. I mean if you have so much in your discography you've gotta have a couple good songs and they do, but the Warhols are so much consistently better. But to engage in this shit where you have to choose one or the other is juvenile.

Another time someone was absolutely astonished that I could like The Cure and The Smiths, like he didn't think it was physically possible. I had no idea that rivalry even existed.

Shit's fucking stupid. Why do people care about beef between people they've never met and never will meet?
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Phyllis Blassletotch - Fri, 02 Aug 2019 03:57:25 EST 88WPhGAF No.455267 Reply
>>455221
Waddabout the rap shit thats just about the fuckin cashmoney homebitch? Arm talkin that icp eminem shiet cracka.
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Phyllis Blassletotch - Fri, 02 Aug 2019 04:03:27 EST 88WPhGAF No.455268 Reply
>>455267
And foinoilly i would like to proclaim my distaste for hapsochord neigh thee entire baroque eppoch, which with its so called movements and meanderings that wander across seas but cannot make it to thy heart. Oh i scorn those artist with their pretentious pretensities. As a man of refined taste for the good music of centuries prior, id est the renaissance, and exempli gratia chapitiques 4th movement
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Betsy Grimhall - Fri, 02 Aug 2019 15:23:01 EST 6FD1tcde No.455274 Reply
>>455268
dude fuck off harpsichord with some delay is glorious

also marxophones sound amazing, if you don't know what they are look them up

HANDSOFFTHETITS

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- Thu, 12 Jul 2018 08:08:56 EST t1CMGEdF No.453820
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Latest video from HANDSOFFTHETITS
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Music Sites

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- Tue, 09 Jul 2019 12:41:17 EST cmM7IrWK No.455171
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What are some websites that are like old /m/ where you can chat on an imageboard/forum and the music file was linked( not just youtube links where I get bothered by the ads)?
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Charles Clayson - Wed, 17 Jul 2019 08:36:29 EST jGawls+2 No.455200 Reply
>not using ad block in the year two thousand and nineteen
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Lydia Chabbleford - Thu, 18 Jul 2019 02:48:48 EST RbBDua+p No.455205 Reply
>>455200
>thinking ad block works
>2019

>not remembering it's built in to 90% of browsers
>2 0 1 9
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George Fasslefoot - Fri, 02 Aug 2019 04:20:07 EST quiH7iJq No.455269 Reply
>>455171
What is that image? A blocked pore or something?
But yes I use youtube for this kind of thing.

Goodbye, Dad

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- Sat, 20 Jul 2019 15:47:46 EST oe39lcVr No.455212
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My old man passed away very recently. I made this song for him some months back, as a dirge. I live abroad, and whenever I fly back home I make music using cheap equipment and instruments. Well anyways, he liked the song, and he knew what it was for, since at that time he was already very ill and on oxygen. I've been having a rough time processing his death, we were close. Just thought I'd make a thread here to share the song I made in his honor. I've frequented this community for many years, and I hope I don't rustle any feathers with the random thread sharing a single song.

It's called Saying Goodbye in A Minor

https://soundcloud.com/jonathan-nemo/saying-goodbye-in-a-minor

Bye, Dad.
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Frederick Dommerkodging - Tue, 30 Jul 2019 13:59:20 EST f+Zx69dz No.455250 Reply
reminds me of Philip Glass, especially Prophecies. which is funny, because it was my dad who introduced me to his music through the movie Koyaanisqatsi.
it was movie night and he randomly picked it out. he ended up haaating it, but I loved it.
thanks papa. I miss you.

tell us more about your dad, OP. how he died, how he lived.
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Henry Fushsteck - Tue, 30 Jul 2019 14:49:40 EST SfuccewQ No.455253 Reply
>>455250
He died of a 12cm round cancerous growth which developed in one of his lungs. He went peacefully in his sleep, without any pain, or choking, or fear. I thank a personal higher power that I believe in for this.

He was a soldier in the Vietnam war, and he was stationed for the most part in the central highlands, a place my uncle (stationed elsewhere) referred to often as "the shit." Dad told me many war stories over the course of my life. Most of them I don't want to share publicly.

He was a private man, having no close friends at the end of his life. He enjoyed urban gardening and growing, making high-yields of tomatoes, eggplant, squash, onion, garlic, various chili peppers, along with some herbs. Eventually, towards the end of his life, he invested in a temperature-controlled pro-lighting indoor closet grow area, and brought three lovely ladies to maturity and harvest.

He was also very passionate about caring for miniature trees. Over the course of his life he developed his own style that was quite different than traditional Eastern bonsai. My favorite of his miniature trees was a plum tree he had for many years. Since my early adolescence and up until my last visit, he kept that old plum tree healthy, happy, tiny, and extremely pleasing to the eye.


In his youth, he was a dog person, until a neighbor poisoned his dog "Whiskey". That was long before I was born. I will always remember him a cat person. Teaching them cute little tricks that would impress my eventual wife, etc.

He was mechanically-oriented, (worked the motor pool at base camp when not on patrol) and a serious tinkerer. Always was. When I was a boy he taught me how to reverse polarity of a servo by spinning it in reverse, enough to light up an LED. He also helped me create a secret desk alarm out of soldering a switch to a fire alarm and affixing it to the inside of a sliding desk drawer when I was a boy.

When I was a young boy, he had a severe alcohol problem, and my mother eventually divorced him, but as it played out over the years the two would never fully part. It was a love/hate relationship to the end between them, but the last words he muttered to my mother was a faint "I love you." The next morning he was gone.


In-Ear Monitors for performing live. Thoughts?

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- Sun, 07 Jul 2019 14:44:44 EST Y+ED7rU8 No.455163
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Alright, I know there's at least some who play live music here regularly. Anyone ever used in-ear monitors?

My band's had like five gigs in a row recently where the on-stage sound has been terrible, and we're thinking IEMs might be a potential solution. From my research I think they might solve some problems but not all. Anyone have any opinions on them?
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Simon Breffingkere - Mon, 22 Jul 2019 23:52:17 EST Rt3pbrHt No.455222 Reply
>>455163

I'm not sure about you live bands, but as a DJ, having a decent set of booth monitors is wonderful. IEMs are great for cueing in place of headphones. That's my 2 cents.
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Angus Tootdock - Sun, 28 Jul 2019 02:04:58 EST RbBDua+p No.455243 Reply
I don't actually play live but just ask them if you can set it up

I've seen plenty of bands fuck with the system themselves
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Fanny Macklewill - Sun, 28 Jul 2019 14:50:46 EST Rt3pbrHt No.455245 Reply
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>>455222
>as a DJ, having a decent set of booth monitors is wonderful. IEMs are great for cueing in place of headphones

Not just wonderful, almost essential I would say.

Bubblegum bass

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- Mon, 22 Jul 2019 02:06:43 EST 3IFhwIeW No.455220
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I just found out about this genre mostly by way of 100 gecs album 1000 gecs and I'm hooked ya'll got any recs?
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Sophie Brettingchatch - Thu, 25 Jul 2019 21:54:11 EST Rt3pbrHt No.455235 Reply
DAMN SON WHERE'D YA FIND THIS
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Therm0ptic !cyBOrG7t12 - Sun, 28 Jul 2019 04:21:06 EST kBpb+k8N No.455244 Reply
I kind of enjoyed the idea of this album tbh, but I the only track I keep going back to is Money Machine because it's catchy. I like how the end result is just pop that's too noisy, but given the history of music that already exists, it doesn't remain super interesting for a long time. I'd like to see them do more with this sound.

Just wanted to throw that out there, I have no recs for you, OP. Sorry.

Fractal Ambient

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- Thu, 18 Jul 2019 02:13:42 EST lN20v1Ot No.455203
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found a man who makes a great Ambient
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QjwLcHwQVLo
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K14U6EEXDPU

death metal

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- Sun, 14 Jul 2019 08:13:00 EST MsnEuVZs No.455192
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i found this while listening to youtube recommendations, holy shit it's the best shit i've heard in a long time
if you're a fan of old schoolish death metal that sounds like it came from a cold and dark basement (even though those new wave OSDM bands are like mushrooms during rain these days) then give it a try

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-g4JJcGzMmQ
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Matilda Billingville - Wed, 17 Jul 2019 21:53:53 EST qSx9U8kA No.455202 Reply
>>455192
This ep is fucking incredible. Appreciate you posting it.

Bad Neighbor Productions

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- Fri, 12 Jul 2019 10:14:07 EST YQYsYsyQ No.455184
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So for the last 5 months now me and some musician friends have been getting super baked and jamming every Friday after school. We've gotten pretty good, so we decided to start streaming our jams on Twitch!

Tonight is our first stream! Check out our channel "Bad Neighbor Productions" between 8 and 11pm PST. You're gonna hear some weird shit.

https://www.twitch.tv/badneighborproductions
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Moxazza - Sat, 13 Jul 2019 11:27:04 EST Yzo3v8dM No.455187 Reply
I can heavily support those awesome comedians.
Hey, dude, make more 'you and the guys' Tripping videos.
I'm still sure Y2K did it.

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