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It's this weird progressive trippy thing. I spent a whole lot of time on it so I'm pretty proud of it.
I return feedback.
>genre: it's christmas yo
Singer/songwriter lookin for feedback on the new song luv u guys merry Christmas
Bandcamp thread, bitches
>death pop / electroclash / chiptune
>progressive rock, instrumental
Thanks for the listens and downloads, really appreciated!
>the one thread where i post critical reviews is deleted immediately
>Plunderphonics, Christmas, Noise
UK Garage edition
>I'm not Annie Annie Annie Annie Annie
Is this supposed to be a funny joke or something?
Merry Christmas, /mu/.
Now, I've noticed a fair bit of recent jazz missing from the conversation. Sure, we talk about old jazz (milescoltranethelistgoeson), but I never see jazz making it into anybody's end of year album list. I'm hoping that maybe a couple of these records might find their way in yours.
I'm not just going to dump everything, because I don't want the truly good stuff to go missing. So I've curated my top 20 jazz albums of the year and uploaded them to zippy. At the end, I'll give a list of everything that didn't...
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1. Ambrose Akinmusire - The Imagined Saviour is Far Easier to Paint
>modern post-bop trumpet quintet, Blue Note, my AOTY any genre
2. Brian Blade & The Fellowship Band - Landmarks
>post-bop/folk jazz saxophone quintet
3. Jerome Sabbagh - The Turn
Yup, It's that thread again. C'm on /mu/ let's celebrate the lovely ladies of music.
Hi, I'm gonna post some albums again
Wyatt, Atzmon, Stephen - For the Ghosts Within
> Robert Wyatt revisits some old work, explores some jazz standards and there's also some original material; backed up by sax and strings
please don't request in my thread, kudasai
>called joy division
>songs are sad
post yfw you realized it's a Christmas tree
Lets collect albums and songs that could go under the genre Showercore / Bathroom Melodies
Any 10/10 music documentaries that you'd recommend? I'm on Christmas break from college, and would love to have a nice list to watch.
this is really good, documentary itself is as minimal hypnotically paced as the music throughout
"We Don't Care About Music Anyway".
Highlights the modern Japaneses Avant-garde music scene. Here's the trailer:
What's your favorite SJW artist /mu/?
>not knowing how to use Soulseek
no memeing edition