Why is Scandinavian music so god tier?
>The demo sounds better than the final version
What is it mu?
Integral Birth and Adam's Murmur demos.
Bands with the most consistent discographies
What's your excuse, /mu/?
Genres you dislike and detailed explanations of why.
Any Djent besides Meshuggah: because it's not really written towards any kind aesthetic or musical beauty. The only time I even have to come into contact with it is gear nerds who noodle on 8 strings on Youtube. It doesn;t have the frenetic lustful energy of math rock or experimental rock like Hella. It just sounds like metal core with Parkinson's and metalcore itself as a genre struggles to sound heavy or even angry at this point, just cliche.
Didn't see one in catalog so I thought I start one.
Thin Wild Mercury Music
>'66 Era Dylan Bootleg,Dylan Core
r/ing Safe as Milk by Captain Beefheart and his Magic Band since all archive links are dead
Captain Beefheart and his magic band - Safe as milk
Fred Fisher Atalobhor & His Ogiza Dance Band - Say the Truth (1979)
--Lesser known Nigerian afrobeat from the golden age. Fantastic album all around.
Cortex – Troupeau Bleu (1975)
--“ Its samples have shown up on releases by everyone from DJ Cam and MF Doom to Fat Joe and Rick Ross. Once you drop the needle on the record it's easy to see way. Smooth and funky straight out of the gate, Cortex waste no time in setting the mood. Deep grooves give way to mellow female vocals; upright bass leads the way for lyrical piano improvisations.” I hate jazz-funk but I fuck with this.
Post-Rock: what happened?
I got into Post-Rock two years ago. I started with stuff like TNT, MNLWND, Hex, Disco Inferno, Talk Talk... And it's so much better than shit like EITS and generic crescendo core
This one was pretty nice
There really has not been any post rock though. I've been wanting to make some for a while but no drummers.
>not listening to beautiful and divine transmissions from the 13th dimension sent to us via wormholes in the space-time continuum by advanced alien beings
>still listening to shitty vaporwave, oceangrunge and other meme genres and not aliencore
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FIRST EVER FULL LENGTH ALIEN ALBUM TRANSMISSION
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ITT: Post a genre you don't like or understand, and other people recommend you stuff to get into that genre.
These threads are always fun.
ITT: post a picture of the city you're currently living in. Other try to guess which genre fits the scenery best.
>Vancouver, British Columbia
I guess I'd say blackgaze.
I'm going to go with industrial metal. Fucking rust belt.
some really cute music, twee or some shit
US Garage edition
more tunes and less shitposting this time, let's go
Prog thats not cheesy rec thread
Checked out rush and it sounded really dated and cheesy
Yes was the same story
As much as i like tool, theire lyrics are cringey as fuck
Dream theatres alright i guess
Porcupine tree is pretty good
Isis is great
I dont dig the feel of king crimson
I just need some really complex prog that has cool time signiatures and complex rythms etc but doesnt sound like dated pop or death metal
What do you think of clipping., /mu/?
Let's have a nice time.
Share what you like; no genre restriction.
This is a good band I recently discovered.
Dark punk or post-punk or something like that