>>51703980 It's where they take all of the traditional elements of mental retardation, but use techniques that give their mental retardation textures not commonly associated with or naturally organically emanating from being retarded.
black metal, mostly lo-fi/raw and first wave stuff though I listen to all of it old school death metal late 19th/early 20th up to contemporary classical renaissance music more selective about common practice stuff noise/pe noise rock
??? Just because we don't listen to field-recordings of owls eating oatmeal for 2 straight hours or fucking Xeno-Harsh noise bullshit doesn't mean there isn't a massive variety in what this thread has posted. Don't be ignorant. (Also I noticed you neglected to actually post any genres yourself, friend.)
>>51704522 Both sound exciting, I'm downloading a few albums now, actually.
>>51704612 Synthwave is part of alt rock >industrial rap Just because ONE person has ONE quirk among the 99% percent of alt rock that doens't mean shit. He still listens to alt rock. Industrial rap is close to alt rock regardless.
>jazz fusion Like it differs much from some weird alt-rock sub-sub-fusion-sub-etc genres
>neofolk Again if you listen to 99% to the same thing.
>screamo Again it's an alternative sound of rock
If you suck dudes everyday for 100 years and you fucked a couple of women that doesn't make you straight brodude.
>>51704583 Punk is just bad. It's just edgy, twerpy music for people who want to feel like edgemasters, while listening to something conceptually simple and idiotic. (I'm not talking about compositional simplicity, which there is nothing wrong with) The lyrics essentially exist to make middle class white kinds feel good about themselves. Punk is pretty much just edgy pop music.
Durutti Column - The Return of the Durutti Column Pan American - Pan American Ganger - Hammock Style Tarentel - Ghetto Beats From The Surface of the Sun Sam Prekop - Sam Prekop Disco Inferno - The 5 EP's Boris & Merzbow - Rock Dream Deerhunter - Halcyon Digest Exhaust - Enregistreur Do Make Say Think - Goodbye Enemy Airship the Landlord is Dead Jim O'Rourke - Bad Timing Gastr Del Sol - Camofleur Roy Montgomery - Temple IV Set Fire to Flames - Signs Reign Rebuilder Southpacific - Constance The Evpatoria Report - Golevka Bowery Electric - Beat Stereolab - Emperor Tomato Ketchup Jessamine - Jessamine Moonshake - Eva Luna Labradford - Prazision LP The Samuel Jackson Five - Easily Misunderstood Brokeback - Field Recordings From the Cook County Water Table Tribes of Neurot / Walking Time Bombs - Static Migration Lift to Experience - The Texas Jerusalem Crossroads Macha - See it Another Way Manta Ray - Manta Ray Shalabi Effect - Feign to Delight Gaiety of Gods Circle - Prospekt Rhys Chatham - An Angel Moves too Fast to See Ewa Braun - Stereo Pram - The Stars are so Big, the Earth is so Small... Stay as You Are John Fahey & Cul De Sac - The Epiphany of Glenn Jones Laika - Sounds of the Satellites Friends of Dean Martinez - The Shadow of Your Smile Tortoise - A Lazarus Taxon Flying Saucer Attack - Flying Saucer Attack Bark Psychosis - Hex Hood - Cabled Linear Tracion Seven Percent Solution - All About Satellites and Spaceships Th' Faith Healers - Imaginary Friend Th' Faith Healers - Lido Spiritualized - Ladies and Gentlemen We Are Floating in Space Stereolab & Nurse With Wound - Simple Headphone Mind Fridge - Sevens and Twelves The American Analog Set - From Our Living Room to Yours
>>51704819 >it sounds to me like you listened to maybe one punk song in your life Nope, wrong. I used to listen to punk quite extensively. I used to legitimately love Dead Kennedys and Big Black, for example.
>>51704713 >Synthwave is part of alt rock >>industrial rap >Just because ONE person has ONE quirk among the 99% percent of alt rock that doens't mean shit. >He still listens to alt rock. >Industrial rap is close to alt rock regardless. >>jazz fusion >Like it differs much from some weird alt-rock sub-sub-fusion-sub-etc genres
Funniest post on /mu/ since at least a month. >inb4 butthurt i listen to one album among all these genres
>>51704788 Durutti Column - The Return of the Durutti Column >Pan American - Pan American >Ganger - Hammock Style Tarentel - Ghetto Beats From The Surface of the Sun >Sam Prekop - Sam Prekop Disco Inferno - The 5 EP's >Boris & Merzbow - Rock Dream >Deerhunter - Halcyon Digest >Exhaust - Enregistreur Do Make Say Think - Goodbye Enemy Airship the Landlord is Dead Jim O'Rourke - Bad Timing Gastr Del Sol - Camofleur >Roy Montgomery - Temple IV Set Fire to Flames - Signs Reign Rebuilder Southpacific - Constance The Evpatoria Report - Golevka >Bowery Electric - Beat >Stereolab - Emperor Tomato Ketchup >Jessamine - Jessamine >Moonshake - Eva Luna >Labradford - Prazision LP >The Samuel Jackson Five - Easily Misunderstood >Brokeback - Field Recordings From the Cook County Water Table >Tribes of Neurot / Walking Time Bombs - Static Migration >Lift to Experience - The Texas Jerusalem Crossroads Macha - See it Another Way >Manta Ray - Manta Ray >Shalabi Effect - Feign to Delight Gaiety of Gods >Circle - Prospekt >Rhys Chatham - An Angel Moves too Fast to See >Ewa Braun - Stereo Pram - The Stars are so Big, the Earth is so Small... Stay as You Are >John Fahey & Cul De Sac - The Epiphany of Glenn Jones >Laika - Sounds of the Satellites >Friends of Dean Martinez - The Shadow of Your Smile >Tortoise - A Lazarus Taxon >Flying Saucer Attack - Flying Saucer Attack Bark Psychosis - Hex >Hood - Cabled Linear Tracion >Seven Percent Solution - All About Satellites and Spaceships >Th' Faith Healers - Imaginary Friend >Th' Faith Healers - Lido Spiritualized - Ladies and Gentlemen We Are Floating in Space >Stereolab & Nurse With Wound - Simple Headphone Mind >Fridge - Sevens and Twelves >The American Analog Set - From Our Living Room to Yours
All of the recs I recognize (non-green) are great albums, can't wait to check out a few of these. Where should I start?
>>51704864 >you don't like big black? No I do not >what are some of your favorite noise rock acts? Boredoms, Boris, Melt-Banana, Swans, Portal (Though they're more noise metal than noise rock) to name a few.
>>51704939 melt-banana and boredoms were both punk bands for huge portions of their careers and melt-banana still has a ton of punk influence i seriously don't get how you could dismiss the entirety of punk when it's so intertwined with noise rock
>>51704920 Deerhunter and Stereolab, followed by Friends of Dean Martinez and Th' Faith Healers
Pan American are great for relaxing, if you just want to take a load off.
>>51704952 4 people = half of the people in the thread A quality recommendation is recommending a good album to someone who might enjoy it. Those are all fantastic albums recommended to people who might enjoy them. Settle down.
>>51705007 >4 people = half of the people in the thread you're right, 4chan is no place for hyperbolic language, i'm sorry
>A quality recommendation is recommending a good album to someone who might enjoy it. Those are all fantastic albums recommended to people who might enjoy them. yeah, you're right, it's just your post was ugly and generally unpleasant and felt very impersonal
>settle down ok, i'm sorry i raised my voice at you, i didn't mean anything by it
>>51704788 >>51704949 Here's some of my recommendations: Satanic Warmaster -Strength and Honor Teitanblood - Death Coil - Love's Secret Domain Foetus - Nail Einsturzende Neubauten - Haus Der Luge Whitehouse - Bird Seed Enemite - Wuuyan Squarepusher - Ultravisitor Fennesz - Black Sea Death In June - Nada maudlin of the Well - Leaving Your Body Map Kayo Dot - Choirs of the Eye Oren Ambarchi - Grapes From the Estate (forgot) Minimalism Philip Glass - Glassworks La Monte Young - The Well Tuned Piano
Death Metal (Don't really care for the overtly technical stuff all that much) Thrash Metal (Not a fan of the turn of the century revivalist stuff though and I tend to lean towards thrash that emphasizes on brutality than speed and technical expertise) Post-Punk Industrial (More so the gritty early stuff and not so much the later techo/electro rock nonsense) Grindcore Hardcore Punk Psychedelic/Space Rock Avant-Garde/Experimental Film Score Work
I also enjoy with grunge, regular heavy metal, hip hop/rap that isn't your run of the mill "bling bling/gansta fo sho/for all dem dank and bitches" junk, some glam metal/rock, prog rock/metal, electronic music, regular punk rock, classical, motown, oldies, funk and even some pop music here and there.
Not all that into Black Metal, Power Metal, Folk (Comus excluded) and puffball acoustic driven indie rock.
Can't stand pop punk, old/new country (except Hank III and some Johnny Cash), the rap/hip hop I mentioned above and one cent black metal junk.
Special mentioned must be made towards noise. I think Merzbow is overrated as all hell but there's some noise stuff I dig.
atm: ritual ambient, drone, noise, avant-folk, freak folk, american primitivism getting into: experimental contemp classical, industrial i listen to most other genres though, especially anything contemporary folk related
>>51705226 Tony Conrad with Faust - Beyond the Dream Syndicate
It's a mammoth release within minimal music that goes largely under-appreciated around here. It becomes more impressive the more you've heard Faust on other records. Also check out Four Violins. Tony was a mathematician more-so than musician, and his work reflects that with attention to precision.
La Monte Young is an asshole because of the constant power struggles he caused within the Dream Syndicate (The Theatre of Eternal Music) by claiming himself sole songwriter and composer (a claim contested in the minor history Beyond the Dream Syndicate [good book btw you should read it if you're interested in minimalism]) and how he is sitting on hours upon hours of unreleased recordings _refusing_ to allow anyone access to them.
>>51705177 Oh shit, why did I say speed? Should've said "melody" instead since I think a lot of the early 90s death metal bands could've used a lot more blastbeats. Hell, thrash metal itself could use some blastbeats too.
>>51704743 I can see where you're coming from if you're thinking of either the early groups (The Ramones and The Clash) or the goofy ass 90s pop punk schmucks but any sense of punk being twerpy is rendered irrelevant when you dive into the really hard shit whenever its the 80s hardcore scene or (especially) the d-beat/crust scene in the UK that emerged around the same time.
>>51705565 You're kind of shit at your native language.
As for what I think is wrong: >Industrial rap >Close to alt rock >Jazz fusion >Not different from weird alt-rock sub-genres (what does this even MEAN? Are you talking about stuff like math rock?) >Whatever the hell you said about neofolk
Dance music (here comes the butthurt) post rock those 2 man bands with a bass player and drummer; dont think theres a name for it but i like that shit industrial stuff overproduced hiphop (industrial rap, experimental rap,kanye)
>>51705633 >you're kinda shit in your native language >can't name anything that is wrong >simply says that because he can't refute me in any other way
Feels great bro.
Industrial rap is musically close to alt-rock. Especially jazz rock. Whatever that you didn't understand.
My point is that 99% of music you listen to is alt-rock with slight deviations that aren't far from alt rock. For example no one listens to actual intrumental or rap or pop etc, even if they do is a sub/fusion that is close to alt-rock.
Have fun being wrong in all possible ways. Be honest, see the big picture, does /mu/ mainly listens to alt-rock subgernes or not?
>>51705716 >>can't name anything that is wrong I named stuff that I thought was wrong, though. You don't think it's wrong because you said it and you're an infallible arbiter of music genres.
>For example no one listens to actual intrumental or rap or pop etc, even if they do is a sub/fusion that is close to alt-rock. I do. And I've seen people in here listing instrumental music, pop, and hip-hop a LOT. There may be a slight alt-rock bias, but to say that genres that have very little to do with alt rock like synthwave and industrial hip-hop are similar in sound to alt-rock (they're not) just to prove a point is fucking retarded and you should off yourself.
>/mu/ is a hivemind That's disproven here quite often.
>be honest >see the big picture I love it when dumb faggots hyperfocus on minute bullshit that makes sense only to them. and then ask people to "see the big picture".
>>51705718 >King Crimson is more Experimental than Swans, but I like a lot of the stuff you just said. >"I've only listened to Filth" They're on the same level at LEAST.
>>51703871 Goddamn, sweet taste What exactly do you mean by "sludge-rock"? Like kyuss or dax riggs or melvins or something? Experimental Shoegaze Drone Ambient Mathcore Black Metal Sludge/Doom Drone Metal Death Metal Grindcore IDM Post-Rock Post-Punk Post-Hardcore Screamo Math Rock some Folk Experimental/Alternative hip hop Noise Avant Garde some Jazz
>>51704522 I Hate Myself is one of the most emotional bands you can ever hear, Im not the guy you were talking to but in my eyes there is no point in labelling screamo, emocore, and indie emo differently. When in reality they were all just emotive punk bands
Sludge Doom metal Drone metal Black metal Powerviolence raw Hardcore Hip hop Noise rock some math rock Techno Dub techno Jungle Reggae/dub a handful of power metal bands Visual Kei/j-rock Shibuya-kei Industrial metal various experimental/Avant Garde artists
>>51706339 Because they're typical 2deep5u genres >minimal music >indeterminate music >improvised music wow so intellectual That's cool that you like genres that aren't as widely popular as others but you seem like the type who flaunts what you listen to in other peoples face.
...what ? A large movement within minimal muic was the introduction of consistent, rigid consonance and universal accessibility in response to the elitism within the _actual_ "2deep4u" composers.
>indeterminate music is 2deep4u ...what ? Chance elements within composition and performance are "deep" now ? You'd think it would be the opposite, seeing as how giving up strict composing to chance gives up a large portion of the artist's conceptual control over a piece...
>improvised music is 2deep4u ... what ? Jazz is 2deep4u ? Folk music is 2deep4u ? Onkyo is 2deep4u ? How ?
>That's cool that you like genres that aren't as widely popular as others ...such as baroque music and indie rock...
>but you seem like the type who flaunts what you listen to in other peoples face. ...by posting about my main genres of interest when prompted ?
>>51704986 This is a really late reply, but I don't think that significant punk influence taints music I listen to or anything, it's just that generally, (There are exceptions, and I always keep an open mind) I find punk bands to be pretty crappy.
Black metal Vaporwave Hardcore/mathcore Emo Experimental hippity happ
>>51707803 +shoegaze, noise rock, post-punk -post-rock Avant isn't a genre, it's something that creates a genre or trend >>51707469 +everything >>51707353 Not too big on your taste but it's alright >>51707021 +chillwave, punk, vaporwave ~indie stuff
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