So here I have a question for you guys
When Jenny Death will finally come out (if it ever comes out but it seems pretty close now), will you keep both parts separated or put them together as "The Powers That B" with this cover ?
We also welcome dream pop, noise pop, and blackgaze.
Have we made a chart on what we think are the best shoegaze releases to come out in 2014? That could be fun.
10 MINUTES TO JENNY DEATH
DEATH GRIPS GENERAL
Death Grips-Complete Discography w/ all their tracks from their first EP to Jenny Death including unofficial releases when???
Why don't you post to your fucking containment thread, you piece of shit? Kill yourself.
behold. the true irene
i got a part of one of the tracks of Jenny Death
best hip hop groups?
Run the jewels
De la soul
Am i missing anything /mu/?
What's the most underrated music genre /mu/?
Japanese drill music thread. THIS SHIT GOES HARD!!
>When I ask Kenn about knowing no English when he got here, he responded: "I just learned that shit."
>When I ask when he started producing, he mishears the question as “why.” His response: "I wanted to do that shit. So I did it."
Most anticipated releases of the year?
I'm a sucker for this shit, call it hipster crap or whatever you like, it's fucking beautiful and that's all I care about.
also extremely excited for new Gojira, Lamb of God, August Burns Red, Between the Buried and Me, Deafheaven and so many others. This is going to be an amazing year for metal.
>Confirmed and excited for
Nena - Oldschool (2/27)
River City Extension - Deliverance (3/10)
Courtney Barnett - Sometimes I Sit and Think, and Sometimes I Just Sit (3/24)
Sufjan Stevens - Carrie & Lowell (3/31)
Mountain Goats - Beat the Champ (4/7)
mewithoutYou - TBA
Cobalt - TBA
St. Vincent x Eno collaboration
Not really anything else in the near future I'm looking forward too, but if anything else comes out that catches...
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Happy Valentine's day anon - what are you listening to on such a day?
>grandma died three weeks ago
>friend died in car accident last week
>close friend committed suicide two days ago
I don't know how to handle anything right now
Post your dream genres and rec. Or describe them with albums with a different sound if you want
Like DSOTM or Kind of Blue but more proggy
Like Yha Hamaraa with more vapor or ITAOTS with musique concrete
Drone with sounds of flies, maggots and swamps
You know, sounds of dead stuff
Not metal, though
>Maximal sample-based jazz
What Ground Zero does but less noisy and more cohesive
Maybe not too many instruments playing at the same time, but many different ones trough the tracks
>Men-made field recording
Recordings of cities, equipment, vehicles
I know this exists, but compared with organic field recordings it's not too much
kickin' it off with youtube-rips
Hey /mu/, any sound designers/programmers here? I got quite a specific question as to what algorithm/technique is used to achieve this sort of tone here:
I guess it's sort of a vocal sample with what appears to be a max/msp patch applied, but what is this processing algorithm? Never heard it in any more "accessible" records though. Is it some sort of spectral transformation?