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- Mon, 11 Oct 2021 04:52:45 EST gg8K/tXn No.459078
File: 1633942365718.jpg -(6307B / 6.16KB, 300x168) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Spaghettie
You give me thing. I like musoc and not the same as it was in Motsart and Minor threet. The Dicks are cool and so is Johny Cash but Blind Lemon Jepherson is okay and go by, buy more so.... Tube disaster is okay. Can you more music? I would say idiot things to make you sound better. Dont think you can one up Xiu Xiu or Minor Threat. Animal Collective is good. And none of you have any political oppoinion to your America. the freedom of the european French. Prodestents ay? You are just agreeing with English Upperclass over the top of pessantry. Russia.
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Ji min

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- Thu, 30 Sep 2021 14:22:57 EST cY8Z6mAE No.459040
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Ji min is now conscious and no longer another illusion of myself

Let's celebrate in her name

Look how much makeup she's wearing
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Clara Pullykore - Tue, 12 Oct 2021 08:03:34 EST Cvr6ivZK No.459088 Reply
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>>459040
I wish those fags were famous in 90's so that the rappers of that time would rip the shit out of them, lol

How do you guys store and listen to your music?

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- Thu, 14 Jun 2018 14:38:31 EST y4Jwkm6W No.453671
File: 1529001511478.jpg -(114915B / 112.22KB, 720x960) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. How do you guys store and listen to your music?
I have a bunch of songs that I like. But the only way I store them for later and listen to them is by making a bunch of bookmarks on my computer from Youtube. I've never owned an Ipod or whatever. If I want to start cataloging my music and listening to it while driving my car, what should I do? What would you recommend? Thanks for any help, mang
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Charles Soffingridge - Mon, 11 Oct 2021 06:06:45 EST kbnEmE3F No.459079 Reply
>>453671

The thing you have to think is; you want to have a main storage where you just chuck random music in there so you can come back to it in 10 years.

Your everyday music is generally a smaller playlist or a folder because you get sick of listening to the same music no matter how euphoric it is the first 25 times.

I personally start playlists by month. The music captures your memories, and when you listen to that music years from now it often will bring you back to those memories at that specific time in your life. Otherwise you can do it by year.

I use spotify because I'm a dirty sellout corporate jew but I used to download music, chuck it in a folder named October and just copy that shit to my android.

Industrial music thread

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- Fri, 16 Oct 2020 12:06:55 EST S/Vd61xZ No.457226
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Post Industrial musics for Industrial people
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Rush

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- Thu, 04 Feb 2021 12:14:43 EST wvczvs0i No.457681
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Hey /m/, in addition to a heavy metal thread, I thought I'd start a thread about the progressive rock band, Rush. I personally love them, especially their first few albums.

I'm only 26, but I've listened to them since I was about 8. It's a shame Neil Peart died early last year, amazing drummer. They confirmed they won't be making any more music.

Here's a good introduction compilation album by them if you're new:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iIGKlicb8n0&list=PLCh-1arM0XRqaKe0AnMd2eidNNc2hWyoa

I'm listening to it right now, although their less popular work is just as good.
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Ambient

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- Thu, 02 Sep 2021 20:00:35 EST 2T2Xs7r7 No.458891
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I know this board is basically dead so maybe some dark ambient stuff will fucking fit. Dunno if there's a thread for it already but only 2-3 pages back we hit 2018 and reviving stuff that old is necroposting.

Chryo Chamber dropped this nugget by Planet Supreme, check it out assholes.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EMkyueqWRDU

Also Ruptured World and Sabled Sun is some good shit to check out. If you're a noob at ambient but wanna check it out I'd suggest starting with Brian Eno to see if you got the patience for this non-music shit.

If anyone else knows about some good ass long mood stuff feel free to post.
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Emma Cuvingsid - Fri, 24 Sep 2021 18:56:20 EST 2T2Xs7r7 No.458999 Reply
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>>458947
>>458948

God damn this is straight up my alley. Gotta check them out some more, thanks.

>>458942

Nice comp man, which track is yours on it?

Kpop

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- Mon, 20 Sep 2021 21:10:11 EST zWcMXRZO No.458963
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The most lewd music
Let's go!
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Henry Pangerdock - Mon, 20 Sep 2021 21:27:35 EST zWcMXRZO No.458967 Reply
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Also Jimin for hottest idol
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Henry Pangerdock - Mon, 20 Sep 2021 21:48:56 EST zWcMXRZO No.458968 Reply
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I wish I could marry Jimin...
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Polly Collerfuck - Tue, 21 Sep 2021 06:01:41 EST EQUUjKJK No.458972 Reply
>>458963
Guess I could kick some stuffs up. Can assure front has some ideals.

Death Metal 2021

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- Sun, 19 Sep 2021 10:56:33 EST 2gzh2JX7 No.458958
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Best death metal release of 2021. Prove me wrong

https://open.spotify.com/track/6WW4mcwVUUIrDTknBNTkUL?si=63b13ccbc0aa4eb5&nd=1

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XPMb3mLBZfA

jew's harp

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- Tue, 07 Sep 2021 02:30:57 EST fHtNrbgj No.458923
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anyone else play this goofy fucking excuse for an instrument? there seems to be a lot of overlap between people who own/play these things and the whole new age/stoner segment of the population, so i can't be the only user here who plays. i've got a couple and love sitting around at home plucking away making interesting patterns with them. (mine are both morchang, an indian version of the instrument. hand forged, good sound, also cheap.)
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Reuben Durrybury - Sat, 11 Sep 2021 15:19:54 EST XmXHoMxi No.458926 Reply
>>458923
I can see the extent of the instrument. Makes sense to me.
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DSfA !!4N+Uxa7h - Fri, 17 Sep 2021 07:25:26 EST FwVnr6qs No.458938 Reply
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Yeah they're fun, you can get some cool wubby sounds blowing through them while plucking, into disotortion and fx pedals!

I'm planning on using some on my band's next release, but you can get a sound like the bass in this tune


"Good" music

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- Sun, 29 Aug 2021 16:05:50 EST RUIn/pyC No.458862
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This might be off-topic, but is there really any such thing as "good" or "better" music? Can some music be objectively proven to be better than some other music? Or is this purely dependent on the person listening to it?

For example, I could never get myself to like K-Pop, which appears to be the most popular thing among young people today at least in Asian countries. A coworker was trying to get me to listen to BTS, and it was very hard for me to convince her that I'm not interested in it. Many K-Pop fans seem to think that K-Pop is something revolutionary that everyone has to listen to and enjoy. They feel the need to push it to others, like "Oh my God, you don't even listen to BTS?"

This will sound like one of the "Born in the wrong generation" memes, but really, I want someone's opinion, is there some music that is inherently better than other music, or is it just something dependent on a bias that we develop based on what we consume or are told is "good" or "refined"?

In my mind, I feel that Faye Wong is a far superior artist to BTS, and note that both are considered to be "pop artists" of their respective eras. But is this only out of my personal bias about what kind of music is "good"? During my childhood, I studied Carnatic classical music, and a good part of my family was involved in teaching and performing this kind of music. So I was always told that this was the most refined type of music. But as an adult I don't even listen to this kind of music anymore because I don't enjoy it now.
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Shitting Daffingnig - Thu, 02 Sep 2021 21:08:40 EST Kzo4adYn No.458894 Reply
>>458862
You're classically trained and I'm not, I'm just a music obsessive. But I'll say this, according to most aesthetic philosophers art is subjective, but I honestly don't really buy that. For one thing, there's a lot to be said for craft - some art has had way more effort poured into it, is way more interesting, and I think has the potential to move people way more than other art. If it just stops at "all art is subjective," then there's no way to objectively say that JS Bach is any better than the Insane Clown Posse, or that Shakespeare is any better of a writer than Gabbie Hanna. And that's moronic. Especially with music, we can measure people's brains to see how much different kinds of music can affect them. Anyone with writing experience can easily identify bad writing.

However, this can get tricky with considerations like artifice, which I think is the main strike against pop music, including boy bands (Korean or not) like BTS. I'm sure they get good session musicians to do their backing tracks. I'm sure they're all great singers. But the music holds no appeal for me, because it feels hollow, and its very form of boy band music repulses me. That said, I did some digging to see if there's any k-pop I would like, and I actually did find an artist, Zion.T. Zion.T reminds me of something like a Korean R&B David Bowie. He's a little weirder, and he seems more involved with the creation of his actual music than those awful manufactured boy bands. But it's still glossy pop music, it just has an aesthetic that appeals more to me. There's no way for me to prove to some teen girl fan of BTS that Zion.T is any better of an artist. I wouldn't even try, because I don't actually believe he is better, I'd just rather listen to him. I also really like the band Suede, which is a poppy indie band. They have an amazing singer and a great guitarist, and they're great songwriters. I would say they're infinitely better than BTS, but the qualities I base that on - writing their own music, being talented musicians themselves - are subjective qualities. A BTS fan probably doesn't care how manufactured their favorite band is.

However, that's all popular music, and I do think great classical composers are objectively better than boy bands who, even with their professional studio musicians, make shallow music. They use a steady beat, use the most basic melodies, and write about the most moronic subjects. It makes me feel nothing, and I assume their main appeal to their fanbase is at least somewhat sexual.

Talking about art music, I think subjectivity comes into play with people's ability to appreciate it. I like western classical music, I love jazz, and I like a lot of Chinese classical. But I'll be honest, I have no understanding whatsoever of Indian classical music, and this is despite really loving many things about South Asian culture. But I don't think my limitation, my own lack of understanding, detracts from Indian classical music's depth and value in any way. It's simply about my own limitations. I think it would be ridiculous to say that someone who listens to 90s rock radio once in a while in the car has just as valid of an opinion on music as someone who's spent their whole life studying music.

tl;dr I don't really think music is subjective.
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Samuel Sunkinsare - Sun, 05 Sep 2021 04:25:46 EST U+dmvFkY No.458919 Reply
There are many different facets of musical skill, and each individual's preference includes different facets - for most intents and purposes the big 3 are composition, performance and improvisation. Subjectivity aside, if you can't easily do all 3 (with maybe a short warmup) I don't think you can be considered good. That being said if you CAN easily do these things people still might hate your music subjectively - see Zappa, Phish, post-1969 Miles Davis and others - but anyone whos mind is developed in a way to form any coherent music will still be able to APPRECIATE and be GRATEFUL for this music even if they don't enjoy listening to it. In fact some of the best most well rounded music is intended to be confrontational in a way, like a psychedelic experience in that it's a struggle and can be completely overwhelming until it resolves beautifully. I think Zappa said at one point something along the lines of "we like to make sounds that are so annoying and frustrating that they can convince people to question their environment just long enough to get up and do something about it." There's more that goes into it than that and Zappa easily could've written the most graceful elegant sonatas of all time (and maybe he has, there's a lot I haven't heard), in fact a lot of his music was really beautiful. But i think it means a lot that often he would take it in a more obscene direction.
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3 songs made by us

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- Thu, 02 Sep 2021 23:14:56 EST Wom0zw7G No.458895
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We finally got a multi-track recorder and were able to put some stuff down that we'd been practicing. Demo-quality songs, looking for feedback of any kind.
Going for rock/rap fusion with bluesy riffs.

Soundcloud link:
https://soundcloud.com/user-202477267/sets/demo-03
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Sophie Sittinghatch - Fri, 03 Sep 2021 13:10:11 EST Wom0zw7G No.458902 Reply
>>458896
Thanks, really appreciate the feedback.

Our shape is still forming, so I'm very open to ideas. Do you have any good examples of beatdown hardcore riffs? I'm not very familiar with punk scene atm
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Matilda Cedgekine - Sat, 04 Sep 2021 18:51:52 EST Wom0zw7G No.458917 Reply
>>458910
yes, all yes awesome, ty
That second video is like one giant mosh pit. I love it.

Bad Religion

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- Tue, 18 May 2021 20:31:39 EST U02YP6d9 No.458118
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Educate yourself, have fun, get pumped, and most of all get fucking MAD! Check out Bad Religion's trifecta. from 1988-1990.

This was the answer from youth culture that faced with growing environmental concerns, leadership that was continually corrupt, and mass-culture that was continually growing placated by the false promises sold to them. This message is still prescient today.

First up, Suffer.

Be warned, if you don't like preachy music, you can fuck right off.
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