If possible give a brief explanation why
>GRiZ - Rebel Era
Flashback music, strong nostalgic value, decent electronic fusion tunes
holy shit i didn't think other /mu/tants liked GRiZ/PL
mad liberation is better than rebel era IMO though
Front page directed me here...but from what I've noticed whenever I browse /mu/ it seems they hate most electronic music, especially festivals and rave culture. Why?
Part of it is probably introversion and weirdness.
Speaking personally, I enjoy dancing and shit and I like electronic music in that context, but I wouldn't just listen to it on its own. Also, I hate festivals, because I'm an introverted weirdo.
That's fair, a lot of people I know who are super introverted can have a tough time at electronic music fests because not only is there a fuckton of people but everyone is typically very outgoing. Could be the M.
The OST from the film "Inside Llewyn Davis". Incredibly solid soundtrack and an incredibly solid film.
I know I'm just extemely late to the party, but man, this fucking album. I tried to do one of those one-album-a-day things, and I got stuck on this album. Didn't want to listen to the next one on the list.
I could barely sleep the last two nights because I My Girls has been stuck in my head for days now.
Guess I'll check some other AnCo stuff out next. Probably STGSTV.
ive been really into 80s codlwave/synthpop as usual, particularly digging Bel Pare, Nine Circles and Oppenheimer Analysis. been considering ordering some record from some more obscure labels like Medicine and Minimal Wave to get my hands on some represses that i can't find downloads for
i love new wave and psot punk music boys
found this thing in my library, first song blew me away, didn't see it mentioned here, or maybe i missed it if it was, its really catchy
>Boards of Canada
Anyone got anything they can recommend to me?