Post charts you've found or made. OC charts are encouraged. Just made this one
Didn't made this one , but it's the only accurate Pink Floyd chart I found on the internet , fucking plebs say listen to Dark Side of the moon then Piper next...
Not a flowchart, but I made a chart of albums that sound like HAIM's Days are Gone.
Nice chart , I would only recommend adding solo albums , and Syd's - Opel , the 2010 compilation made by Gilmour is pretty nice for getting introduced to Syd Barret's music
Holy Money is a stranger version of Greed, for example Fool on Greed has just the piano whereas on HM there's more instrumentation. Public Castration is Holy Money and Greed with the heaviness turned up to 11
>charts supposedly for new people trying to get into a certain band or style they know little or nothing about
>doesn't include album names
If you didn't want to spoonfeed, why even make a chart at all?
tfw when your music tastes are so obscure you're never going to meet your what.cd ratio just by seeding
HIGHLY recommending AV Okubo, not in this chart yet but they are great
>suggesting anyone should go from ExM to JD on first listen
>no live from death valley/singles
u deserve a jpeg to the head
>You can only rate the first recommended release on the RYM auto recommendation list. This means that before rating some release, you will need to check if the release that you listened to rate, still is the first release in the auto recommendation list. If the first release there, is another one, you will need stop rating (or listening in the case you are still listening to) this release you were going to rate and listen this new one on the list to rate it.
does this shit not look convoluted as fuck to anyone else? i've read over it three times and i still can't figure out what it means
Been slowly building this one over the past few years. I'm pretty sure I've got everything covered at this point.
Just made one for The Young Gods. Recommended if you like Nine Inch Nails, Foetus, Skinny Puppy, Einstürzende Neubauten etc.
I might try to make one someday. In the meantime there's this; not all albums included are noisy, but the ones I've heard are good.
From the top of my head I'd say there are several "routes" for getting into noise — you can get there from ambient (say, Tim Hecker to Yellow Swans to harsh noise), from noise rock, from industrial (Throbbing Gristle can lead you there, or anything close to power electronics), from anything experimental including musique concrète...
Nice that you included Small Craft on a Milk Sea, I think it's underrated.
Can someone do a chart for the David Byrne solo albums and Eno/St. Vincent Collabs?
Would Be eternally greatful.
I started this flowchart for Krautrock a while back but never finished it. I don't think it's very good either, needs more artist variety but obviously you can't include every good album in an entire genre.
Any ideas, or just scrap it?