Is there any music genre that tries to emulate a future sound with a mindset and technical capabilities of a particular decade ?
A reverse Vaporwave?
Well, you know how some artists sound "ahead of their time" or have a few songs that are like that. Well that thing but produced in much bigger quantities and getting the kicks out of knowing what the future is.
The problematic with envisioners of future is that they are guessing, while with my understanding of said music genre, the creator is completely aware of the future so he can freely play with it.
>tfw witchhouse is never coming back
>tfw i'm a slowpoke and just got into it and there's never going to be any more
ritualz are fucking great. i've only really listened to them, salem, white ring and oOoOo so far though. Any other recs?
I was kind of hoping for some more dissonant fucked up kind of stuff though really, some really eerie shit but generally it seems to be 80 20 in the 'house' side of the equations favour in general if you get me.
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Cute album covers
All their albums are self-consistent and organic but if you had to pick one to save from the oblivion of time, which one would it be?
I'd go for to Twoism: it's so raw at times and yet so smooth as a whole.
>and yes, there were three of them back then! Long live christ.
>"look at these old fags still performing in 2015 they should just quit kek"
what are some albums to eat with pankaces
whats /mu/ opinion on the stone roses?
What's your favourite Marina song?
>What's your favorite song?
what did he mean by this?
I always believed that he said "HUH WOW" because when he went into the studio he didn't really had anything in his mind and was gonna purely improv, so when he started playing the riff he thought "dude this riff is so cool I'm such a genious".
what do you do with your glasses during shows, /mu/?
You Groove You Lose!
Why do some people listen to live versions of songs that they like? Is there some joy to be had in pretending like you're at a concert?
Personally, I would never want to listen to what is literally just a song with shitty audio quality and a big crowd of people screaming in the background.
For the most part I agree, but some bands are simply better live. Some bands will add on certain sections, or simply have a more raw live performance that lends itself better to the songs
It really just depends on the artist, though