ITT: the album you're currently addicted to and we rec other albums in similar genres
Already listened to Duck Stab and Not Available.
/r/ing something that sounds like Rest Aria
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DJ Rashad – TEKLIFE Vol. 1: Welcome to the Chi
pretty simple and may sound primitve, to me it sounds minimalistic, excellent
RP Boo - Legacy
this has a really great avantgarde sound to me, but i think it's pretty hard to get your head around it
Shinsei Kamattechan- Boring
Cloud Nothings- Here And Nowhere Else
Current 93- All The Pretty Little Horses
Other Bungle is kinda different though
Walter Mitty and his Makeshift Orchestra - Overwhelmed and Underdressed
Zazen Boys - Zazen Boys 4
>It's way more loose and goofy but you should at least enjoy it.
Daughters - Daughters
>Heavy riffs, weird sexuality.
El Guincho - Alegranza!
>This album is to tropicália as Feels is to folk. El Guincho is pretty heavily influenced by AnCo. You should check out his entire discog actually. I'd describe his music as AnCo if they grew up in the tropics instead of Maryland.
Emancipator - Soon It Will Be Cold Enough
>Same "peaceful/jazzy" vibes. Figure it fits the current weather as well.
Only heard this for the first time a few days ago but had it on repeat since. Not sure where to go next.
Try the Dismemberment Plan. This album is closer to Slints sound but Emergency and I is considered to be superior. (There's always Slint's debut too if you want the more obvious rec)
The hold steady
Really want more music like this. help?
Looking for really sunshiney, stripped-down psychedelia, with good vocals, and colourful lyrics.
If someone could give me a good rec for this album id be really happy. Supreme Dicks is such an underrated band from the 90s.
Yes! someone mentioned Supreme Dicks.
They are fantastic, they remind me of a mellowed out version of Ween's nosier side.
Space Needle - Voyager
Space Needle - The Moray Eels Eat the Space Needle
Varnaline - Man of Sin
worth a shot
I'm too pleb to know anything to rec to other people.
Opps i meant The Holy Modal Rounders. They are a weird band from the 60s. They put out an album called The Monday Eels eat The Holy Modal Rounders. Its a country acid album. Its pretty interesting
everything by nick drake
I mean goddamn how can one album be so good
I found that album to be quite repetitive, I would've liked it more if they were more experimental on that album. Here's a classic post-punk rec for you.
if you're still here:
You might also like this, it's stripped back, broken and delicate sounding, reminiscent of Supreme Dicks
Ultravox - Vienna
Duran Duran's discography
Brecker Brothers - Some Skunk Funk
So good. Been listening for a few months now and can't stop
been listening to at least parts of it on a daily basis for about half a year now
haven't heard anything quite like it though, closest i've come would probably be The Mars Volta and maaaybe Fanisk or that one Ulver album
The album cover is literally perfect. Dark, submerged, ambient, oceanic, i just keep coming back to it. It just..scratches an itch.
Odonis Odonis - Hard Boiled Soft Boiled
Justin Walter - Lullabies & Nightmares
Cousins - The Halls of Wickwire
Watch out for Viet Cong next year too
Memphis - Here Comes a City
Deer Tick - Negativity
Milo Greene - Milo Greene
Zeus - Classic Zeus
Zun Zun Egui - Katang
The Darcys - Warring
Any other than the usual MBV, Codeine, Chapterhouse, Ride, Lush, etc?
I'll take recent too, not huge on Candy Claws, Whirr and Nothing are decent, Besnard Lakes is one of my favorites.
Clockcleaner: Babylon Rules
Iceage : PTTFOL
Just got through a DFA 1979 one with the Physical World
I've been catching up on a lot of music from this year
Sleep and general stoner metal
I'll cut ya if you rec other goldfrapp or portishead.
labor days is what you're looking for.
i prefer float, but thats on me.
Loving this album. I specifically want more like Mr. Blue Sky, Sweet Talking Woman, and (even though it's on a different album) The Diary of Horace Wimp.
i dug long and hard searching for chamberpop that was as good as this album, but i found virtually nothing.
the butcher's voice by stuart warwick is good, but it doesn't come near that album.
Addicted to this right now. I literally cannot stop listening to it. The CD's been in my car for the past month or two and never got out
i am so, so sorry.
one time i saw someone riding a tallbike outside mac's bar and i was like "yeah, no." and i told that person they're waifu a shit.
lansing is awful and i'm sorry you have to live there.
vivisuk was doubleplus good though.
- Try some stuff by Manual. He's released a lot of ambient music but there is some material that is melodic, can't remember what's what though. He also featured in some Slowdive tribute comp too.
- Seefeel - Quique
- I've heard some stuff by bvdub that reminded me a bit of Pygmalion. Mostly ambient stuff but he has some less etheral music here and there too.
None of this may sound at all like Pygmalion to you, but I associate these things together, I think, because I came across the album through slow quiet music, things like the 5 EP, rather than through shoegaze, like Soulvaki.
Not familiar with any of the other music listed in this thread
Zoviet France - Shadow, Thief of the Sun
I'm falling in love with this album. If you see it posted on /mu/ in recent times it's probably me. And it seems ZF are horribly underrated anyway. Anyone who's heard this, what can you recommend?
Not the best one from them but surely better than the last two albums
Oh, and *of course* Talk Talk's last two albums if you haven't gotten to those yet, immensely popular on /mu/
that's so badass. What's their store like? Surely they carry some uncommon quality stuff
It's called Stormy Records. It used to be upstairs from a comic book shop, but they've both since moved a block over and they're next to each other in separate shop spaces. And yes, their selection is remarkable. Dearborn Music is the other, bigger record store in the area but they carry bigger names. Stormy always has pretty much every single Kranky record available. They do cassettes there too, which I think is sweet.
lotta shit in this album, what exactly do you love about it most
off the top of my head galaxy garden by lone but that's all instrumental and a lot happier and cleaner
i'm listening to a lot of The Field lately, not sure why i just now started loving him. all of his albums are great but i prob. love pic related the most. tried listening to Gas, which iirc was the big influence, and i see the similarities but i really prefer the melodic/groove-heavy/sample-based minimal stuff from the field rather than just cloudy ambience w/kicks
if anyone has any
how much dadrock have you heard? the basics? check this out if you haven't heard
The crazy percussion, the twisted melodies, the way songs like Full of Fire just slowly descend into hell.
Generally, I just like the Art-Poppy tracks (i.e. the non avant-ambient ones), and Oryx and Crake (although i wish they were longer).
I love how its like Silent Shout but with the crazyness turned up to 10^4
Oh man, this is my shit.
Sorted by order how much you will like them:
Superpitcher - Killimanjaro
Machinedrum - Rooms / Vapor City
Matt Karmil - ---- (the title is just 4 dash symbols, you can find this on Soulseek)
Yagya - Sleepygirls (AOTY)
Oneohtrix Point Never - Replica
Kaito - Hundred Million Lightyears
Deepchord Presents Echospace - Liumin
Get really into Kompakt Records, download all of their comps. Except the Pop Ambient comps because that's obviously not your thing.
But seriously, you don't like Gas? That really sucks. Did you try out Modern or Pop?
>Haven't heard of dadrock
>The standard set of albums from the 60s and 70s that every boomer likes.
Ah. Well, a lot actually. I love the Beatles, the Who, Yes, Supertramp, Rolling Stones, the Police
That's pretty much it I guess
thanks a ton, anon! and, yeah, it was a bit disappointing - i still like it, i listened to Pop a few times at work this week. it's nice, and i enjoyed it (Pop 2 is really good), but my favorite The Field tracks are the ones with a bunch of rhythmic elements bouncing around, fading in and out. like that one part in Arpeggiated Love when some of the synths drop out and a line of clicks comes in and sounds like it's in a different time signature briefly that barely matches up - mmmmngh. and the guy knows how to write some super catchy melodies as well when he feels like it.
i'll look into all that stuff! cheers, mang
Especially if it's more like the second half of this, after Sunshine.
already listened to tago mago and future days, where to go from here
Low - I Could Live In Hope. Must-listen slowcore in my book.
浅井直樹 [Naoki Asai] - アバ · ハイジ (Aba · Heidi)
Not Fishmans, but you'd definitely like it if you like dream pop and you're a slight weab.
This comes to mind but I'm looking for new shoegaze/dreampop aswell
Apples in Stereo - Travelers in Space and Time
and this album by the beach boys
https://soundcloud.com/mukimukimanmansu (korean duo influenced by early anco)
>(general influences to animal collective)
also Kraut Rock bands (lower in the post)
here is a good list: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Freak_folk
If you want something a bit more 'out there'
Something more contemporary, albeit with a bit more going on, might be the BJM
try a bit of iggy pop and donovan aswell.
>>51056623 (also an album/band i'm currently obsessed with)
~In descending order of relevance~
Yuki Saitou - Love
>City Music (basically cheesy japanese sophisti-pop, the basis of >vaporwave), J-Pop, Dream Pop
>Odessey and Oracle
I listed to the whole album. I like it, but I don't LOVE it, if you get what I mean.
The Doors drives me crazy. I just turn the volume to the maximum and love every bit of it.
>United States of America
>The Brian Jonestown Massacre
Thanks, gonna try those