I guess it's time for the hourly chart thread
looks like they spent a lot of time trying to get mu to like them.
Lysol is the shit. I have no idea what to rec you though
Eric's Trip, Simon Finn
Still need to listen to Soul Music again.
Check out Julie Doiron
I like recs
Anyone have more charts like this
Fucking everything on here i loved and need more
This is a shitty fucking chart filled with shitty fucking music. Try some REAL hip hop.
Check out Lil Ramsey and Lil Terror. Lil Terror's produced by blackout
listen to more hip-hop
Old thread's not dead yet, can't post my chart, but here's my out-of-date hip-hop chart
Nice taste, did you listen to the new Joyce Manor album?
I did listen to it. Bit too slick to be as good as their older stuff, but the lyrics are still excellent and I guess that's what really matters.
As far as recs, have you heard Angel Olsen? You may wanna check her stuff out, especially her new record and her Lady of the Waterpark cassette
Dude, Remain In Light is twice there. I mean, it's a cool album but come on.
Can anyone rec me some dark and unsettling music?
I actually saw Foxing in Nashville a couple months ago. Probably the best show I've been to all year. The Albatross is pretty high on my AOTY list, but in terms of stuff like that, I liked the new Two Knights album more
I like you guys. I'm terrible at recs, but I like you guys.
Fixed it and moved a couple of things around
still would like recs
I try to "post" my "chart," but I am greeted with an "error" telling me a "Duplicate File Exists." This tells me that there is another "Chart Thread," and that this "Chart Thread" can be regarded as "Spam."
Yeah it's one of my favorite subgenres
I'm in the process of finishing a chart of memphis rap, I'll post it within the next few weeks. Meanwhile you should also check out Player 1 & Bloody Bones, they're some of the best from M Town
We're waiting for the other chart thread to die bro, it takes time. Patience is a virtue.
I've kinda skimmed through his stuff. I expect to put a few more Kozelek albums on my chart once I finish with his discog
I've been trying to get through other stuff first though.
Newest version of the East coast chart. I'm most concerned about where 3rd Bass, Organized Konfusion, and Leaders Of The New School are. Suggestions for connections and how to make it flow better?
Gonna revive this thread, recs of any genre would be appreciated but I'm mostly looking for alternative rock and/or sludge metal
Earth - Bees Made Honey In The Lion's Skull
Chelsea Wolfe - Apokalypsis
Basically anything Current 93, start with All The Pretty Little Horses
i would rec but i've recced so much and gotten very little in return so fuck it
You should listen to more releases from Warp, Erased Tapes, Noble and Anticon.
The new Todd Terje album seems like it'd be up your alley, same with Lemaitre.
What a strange assortment of albums. What's that Dan Lyth album?
Todd Rundgren - A Wizard, A True Star
White Noise - An Electric Storm
Recs are nice
so i have to l like gangsta hip hop and then suddenly want more darker, gritty hip hop, then want cartoony and then suddenly a higher production value before I get to Illmatic? do you not see the flaw in your chart.
how pleb am i?
oh i see you again
i listened to hybris by Anglagard and what the fuck, it's a very good shit, i listened to epilogue too
Love your style, mate.
Behold my shit taste and despair
am i late
listened to moonshake yesterday and damn why didn't i listen to them before
eva luna is probably gonna be included in my next chart
you like some decent at best albums man
I love the albums that I know from your chart
recs pls i feel like i only ever listen to the same five artists
maybe like i could explore post-punk as fast as you if i had the ambition (i listen to at least 3 albums every day), but i just can't stick to one genre man. it gets boring after some time and i switch to another genre
The Pop Group - Y
Jam City - Classical Curves
Snowing - Fuck Your Emotional Bullshit
Some recs would be greatly appreciated.
check out rema rema - wheel in the roses (made by the same people who made labour of love) and the good missionaries - fire from heaven
have you listened to circle x or inflatable boy clams?
I've listened to neither of those but I'll definitely check them out. thanks anon. inflatable boy clams have been rec'd to me quite a few times but I've never gotten around to it.
theyre both great. inflatable boy clams are kind of like a lighter lemon kittens sort of. circle x are like swans crossed with mars
im just gonna give you links so i can plug my blog
I'm terrible at reccomending stuff but I'll try
Shabazz Palaces maybe?
XXYYXX, Exuus and C418
Check out Duster, Nouns and Dillinger Escape Plan
I think I already recommend you listen to Jobriath yesterday. But here are some more recs
Because you like Joy Division: Suicide by Suicide
Because you like Blur: Different Class by Pulp
Because you like Death Grips: CLPPNG by clipping
Because you like mbv: Quique by Seefeel
Hahah oh hey again, thank you for recommending Jobriath, I love it haha and will check the others out now. Also why is it so hard to get a CD copy of Jobriath?? I had to download the mp3 from amazon.
Wrong picture but I stand by it. I still want recs
2008 was the last time people bothered reissuing a Jobriath CD. But considering there is a newish documentary about him and a lot of unreleased stuff got put on an album that got a Pitchfork review I am expecting another reissue in a couple of years http://pitchfork.com/reviews/albums/19489-jobriath-as-the-river-flows/
I'm enjoying Public Enemy a lot. Is there anything similar to it but harder or faster?
I have already listened to some albums by them, Destroy All and Incarcerated, but rarely listen to those. But I will check out Systems soon. Thanks for the rec!
Can anyone hit me up with some recs of releases from this year?