I only just got round to giving this album a shot and holy shit I think i'm in love, it's pretty amazing, can you guys rec me some stuff similar or just equally as bizarre (in a cultural distance kinda way)?
I actually have Boredoms, did not realise they sounded anything like this, will give it a shot now cheers
will try shortly
That was cool, you got a link to the record?
Also if you're interested in the japanese rock/jazz aspect of Midori, maybe try Mouse on the Keys:
It's definitely more jazzy and it has no vocals but you might like it
I listened to it for the first time yesterday too.
All I gotta day is that I liked the beginning and end of the album, I might need to listen to the middle more to get into it. I wouldn't mind some reccommendations based on this.
BiS is a well thought out idol project playing with and at the same time criticising the dark sides of japanese idol pop culture while drawing influence from genres such as harsh noise, alternative rock and extreme metal. Worked with important alternative artists such as hijokaidan, jun togawa and most recently the avant garde metal collective vampillia. Not sure which anime or pop rock radio station you'd find it on...
Can you recommend me a song because the song I heard was to close for comfort if that makes sense.
I don't personally think just doing something "ironically" makes it more listen able, has to be REALLY obvious like Danny brown's Radio Song
Ok I don't get this, how is there such an ubsurd sonic difference between the stuff you are showing me and stuff I'm finding, can you reccomend me an album?
did they change their sound halfway through or something?
They're pretty genre schizophrenic so to say. They did start out a bit poppier, though.
Idol is dead is probably the most fun and bizarre album. Then there's the self titled EP from the BiSkaidan collab. Might be pretty hard to stomach at first but well worth it.
They're not really similar to Midori and I don't know if I'd call them bizarre, but you might like Mutyumu.
I was referring to my post, you gave me an excuse to post a reply to something.
Of course I know what sage does.
If you don't like my music taste then why not recommend me something "good" instead of shitposting?
This is bugging me now, that first song, is it on that album or is it like a bonus track?
I downloaded the album but it's 11 tracks long and doesn't include that song
Kind of unrelated but was Hello Everyone Nice to Meet You ever released in North America in record form? I checked discogs and shipping was really high from Japan and I can find it on Japanese amazon but not Canada.