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Fennesz - Becs
Bling Daddy's - Debut EP Brought To You By Welch's
>outsider art, socially conscious hip hop
Dirge – Hyperion
>band has been getting progressively better since 1994
Blackalicous - Blazing Arrow
Eleh – Floating Frequencies / Intuitive Synthesis II
>droniest drone you'll ever hear
>first track is a single note sustained for nearly 21 minutes
>interesting experience, not actually as bad as it sounds
Recycle Culture - /A\V/
>electronic pop, summertime, trance-pop, if you liked doss at all, check this out
The Amazing - The Amazing
>Psychedelic Rock, Folk Rock
Sample is from newer album, it was the only one I could find.
Spastic Ink – Ink Complete (1997)
>dissonant progressive metal
>one of the songs is a recreation of a bambi scene
Have you not listened to any OPN pre-Replica? His whole shtick was ambient for about 5 or 6 releases
I wouldn't call Fennesz glitch either tbh
ediT is definitely the most discussed glitch on here from what I've seen, that shit sucks though.
>Have you not listened to any OPN pre-Replica? His whole shtick was ambient for about 5 or 6 releases
that's exactly what i was thinking. the majority of his discography is 100% ambient. anon fucked up.
if fenesz isn't glitch, then what is? because i obviously don't know what the fuck glitch is, then.
I don't really like most glitch releases, because most of what I've heard doesn't feel like it's trying to differ itself from the usual tropes
This however is imo
VHS Head - Persistence of Vision
You're right. My point was that for it's very difficult for a glitch and ambient album to become actively discussed on /mu/, which is still somewhat accurate.
Is glitch mob actually considered glitch?
Machinedrum adopts whatever genres are relevant to him at the time.
Yeah, he's now well known for producing footwork, jungle, dnb, even uk garage-tinged albums.
But this was back in 2001, and is definitely not footwork (if you want footwork, hit up Room(s)).
This album remains as much glitch as I care for throughout.
>SND, Oval, Ryoji and Pan Sonic aren't glitch
are you fucking serious right now
"I'm not a fool, I go to church. I write dope rhymes and use google safe-search."
36 – Dream Tempest (2014)
>really atmospheric ambient music
>slightly dark, somewhat dramatic style
well i was referring to aphex twin as ambient rather than glitch. autechre sounds pretty glitchy to me. i don't really consider them idm, since generative sequencing isn't a very idm thing to do.
Oval - 94 Diskont
I have some of the other glitch on the chart if anyone wants me to upload.
Do your uploads ever get stuck at 97-99%?
Vaz - Demonstrations in Micronesia
MoHa! - One Way Ticket to Candyland
I'll convert it.
Loveliescrushing - Xuvetyn
Few Nolder – Clouds (2014)
>nice house ep
>formerly on Planet µ
Larkin Grimm - Harpoon
Insides - Euphoria
>Early 90s Soft Electronic Dream Pop, Sounds A LOT like Bjork
Earwig - Under My Skin I Am Laughing
>More Electronic Dream Pop from the same duo behind Insides
Lucy - Churches, Schools, and Guns
Dropped just about everything new I had in the last thread but here's a final sendoff
Tuluum Shimmering - The Sky Tree (2014)
>psychedelic ambient, heavy tribal/jungle vibes, 2 hours of music on this tape, features a lot of piano loops with flute/various percussion, check it out if you like Super Minerals - Clusters.
Trenches - The Tide Will Swallow Us Whole (2008)
>Atmospheric sludge metal, post-metal, fans of Isis will love it
Speaking of mixtapes, have the track listing to Ethan Hawke's "The Black Album", a three-disc compilation of tracks from the solo careers of The Beatles.
>The only work I’ve ever been a part of that I feel any sense of pride for involves something born in a spirit of collaboration — not my idea or his or her idea, but some unforeseeable magic that happens in creativity when energies collide.
>This is the best of John, Paul, George, and Ringo’s solo work, post-BEATLES. Basically I’ve put the band back together for you. There’s this thing that happens when you listen to too much of the solo stuff separately — too much Lennon: suddenly there’s a little too much self-involvement in the room; too much Paul and it can become sentimental — let’s face it, borderline goofy; too much George: I mean, we all have our spiritual side but it’s only interesting for about six minutes, ya know? Ringo: He’s funny, irreverent, and cool, but he can’t sing — he had a bunch of hits in the ’70s (even more than Lennon) but you aren’t gonna go home and crank up a Ringo Starr album start to finish, you’re just not gonna do that. When you mix up their work, though, when you put them side by side and let them flow — they elevate each other, and you start to hear it: T H E B E A T L E S.
>Just listen to the whole CD, OK?
Requesting Angel, Chain Reflection, and/or You're In It Now by Pure X. The Angel link in the archive is dead, and Crawling Up the Stairs is on there.
Pure X - Pleasure
>Psychedelic rock, lo-fi, ethereal
Does anyone here have a good copy of Perfect Pitch Black by Cave In?