>album covers that look like they have a story beind them
Seriously, I want to know who that little space guy is, why he's friends with the astronaut, and where they're going.
I've recently been obsessed with Hotline Miami and the movie Drive. What are some 80s synth-pop records that are similar to the sounds of these things?
The singer you last listened to is now sitting on your face. How did you do?
NO BRAKES ON THE CORNISH EXPRESS
So I've been listening to this album a lot at work, but it became stale pretty fast, as all of the songs sound really similar and blend into each other. I enjoy the style, but I'm looking for something with a little bit more variety in their song structures etc.
I need some more instrumental music like this, something to listen to while doing busy work that is kind to the ears and not too distracting.
also general recs thread I supposed
For something in a similiar style maybe check out Mux Mool's first album (and only his first album)
>kind to the ear
This come to mind
>Stuff like Forever by Palms Trax that isn't also on Lobster Theremin because I already know all of that stuff
You now remember A Thousand Miles.
Daily reminder that digipacks are for plebs who doesn't collect music.
you got this mad over that you needed to make a new thread?
So I've been meaning to get into techno, got Basic Channel, Drexciya, Dopplereffekt, Derrick May, Robert Hood, Plastikman, Deepchord Presents Echospace, Silent Servant, Andy Stott, Surgeon, Objekt, Vladislav Delay, Omar-S and a few others I think, any essential or entry level names I'm missing?
Yes I'm well aware that I'm listing off artists from different sub-genres of techno, I think so far I'm enjoying the Andy Stott and Surgeon sound the most, that's dub techno right?
>Basic Channel, Drexciya, Dopplereffekt, Derrick May, Robert Hood, Plastikman, Deepchord Presents Echospace, Silent Servant, Andy Stott, Surgeon, Objekt, Vladislav Delay, Omar-S
*tips Urban Outfitters trilby*
Why is grime so stagnant?
It sounds exactly the same now as it did 10 or 15 years ago.
Happy hour albums
anyone know of some chilled unheard of electronic music to listen too when your baked or on acid???
/mu/ what is this post-rock thing all the kids are talking about?
When I look up definitions and shit all it really says is "It's like rock, but it does different stuff that rock didn't do."
I thought that was prog? What gives here /mu/?