ITT: Post a sound or style that you're looking for, other people post albums and artists with that style.
>Symphonic/progressive rock with a distinctive, immediately recognisable, soulful vocalist, (think Mark Hollis or Frank Sinatra, or maybe someone like Barry White or Louis Armstrong)
Hip hop beats in a similar cratedigging vein to Dilla, Madlib, etc, but with a dark, warped sound to them. Not like overtly, just slightly off, but not so much that it's not still great. Mostly just different. So samples of stuff like Sun Ra, free jazz, noise, etc
instrumental chillwave with vaporwave tendencies that makes you feel like you're on the beach and also doesn't suck tremendously (i.e. somewhat inventive and doesn't sound like yet another post on /r/newretrowave)
I don't know how to describe what I'm loking for but something like sad and at the same it makes you feel like there's hope and tells you that everything is going to be ok or something
I also love sweet soft and dreamy voices accompanied by accoustic guitars
>Daughter - HisYoungHeart
>Low Roar - Low Roar
Calm, melancholic folk with honeyed bari/low tenor vocals and high falsetto/soprano.
You might like The Mollusk by Ween. The Blarney Stone is a very drunk-sounding tune, and some of the other tunes (eg Dancing In The Show Tonight and Polka-Dot Tail) sound a bit tipsy too.
Daughters fit both of these well imo.
I want more music like Daughters. Recorded inside a Pyramid and the Hit make me cream. Cky reminds me of them a bit but they lact the high pitched noisy goodness. Metz is okay but not really what im looking for.
everything this song embodies:
>melancholic, innocent, subtle reverb, female vocals is a plus, feels like i'm floating when listened to
or artists similar to THAT WAS THEN THIS IS NOW that isn't Blvck Ceiling
This might be a stretch, but:
I've been into minimal sounding electronic music, like Sohn, Jamie XX, Son Lux, James Blake's debut album, and whatever the hell Thom Yorke's been up to lately. I'd love some more stuff in this vein, and I'd especially love it if it's blended creatively with organic sounds (acoustic guitar, piano, etc.)
Can - Tago Mago
was made by editing together extended jam sessions the band had. has both groovy songs and darker more experimental songs.
Also bring me coffee or tea is the best prog song ever written
I like RTJ but it's not exactly the same.
I used Sun Ra as an example of samples? That's probably the best comparison. Just kind of all around weird.
I've heard good stuff about Flatbush Zombies though
A Bluey-Folky Post-Hardcore
Bonus Points for both male and female vocals
Doesn't have to be english