Invent a genre.
>Skrap: a fusion of ska and rap. Beats and hooks from rap, guitar, basslines, and brass from ska. Can be fast or slower, like reggae
pretty much shoegaze, but with a classic alien/UFO aesthetic. Think the high pitched teramin-like tones from old alien invasion movies. That combined with shoegaze. It's a niche genre.
Maybe my understanding of applying "post-" to a genre in the modern context is off, but I thought that it basically meant take x genre and make it atmospheric and textured?
Also I will look into those three, thanks
yes, it's off. "post-" just means that it tries to go beyond a given genre. Post-rock tries to go beyond rock by focusing on atmospherics and textures instead of melodies and riffs, Post-punk tries to go beyond punk by being more relevant and critical and using other instruments...
Post-blues is just rock.
I'm pretty sure tons of blues songs are atmospheric as fuck but yeah that could work.
seriously how can you not be aware of what "post" means? are /mu/tants only educated by Fantano or what?
those two genres kinda contradict each other
Describe what you mean by "post"
Is already a thing
See Rage Against the Machine
Already a thing https://rateyourmusic.com/customchart?page=1&chart_type=top&type=album&year=alltime&genre_include=1&include_child_genres=1&genres=glam+punk&include_child_genres_chk=1&include=both&origin_countries=&limit=none&countries=
something a bit similar to Dir En Grey's latest albums (harsh raspy vocals alternating with high-pitched clear singing, high distortion, grimy-ass riffs with softer melodies in between) but with a more industrial approach and traditional Japanese instruments included. Maybe a higher tuning to avoid sounding too much like neo-metal.
Gothic Jazz, but more Pornography by The Cure gothic than Bauhaus or something. The Jazz bit would be more like New Orleans funeral jazz. I'm picturing distorted electric bass substituting the double bass, much more intense drumming but without losing that jazzy feel, added guitars, but also very prominent and gloomy horn sections.
I am self-taught on guitar and have watched maybe three Fantano reviews of albums I already liked.
I guess if I had to quantify what's in my head, it would be something similar to speed-doom or groove metal. But genres are finicky, so I guess it's hard to explain.
Get this album, The Folk Lore of John Lee Hooker, it's a live album with slower and more spacious versions of his songs, my favourite of his.
Also a lot of the early acoustic blues is very atmospheric, i can recommend Skip James, Blind Willie Johnson, Leadbelly and Geeshie Wiley (who only recorded a handful of songs but she would have been the master of this)
Also when you said post-blues that made me think of Little Axe, who does blues with hip-hop and other musical influences thrown in.
>fusion of ska and rap
See: The Mad Conductor.
In the same vein; Post-Hop.
First wave post-rock instrumentals á lá Talk Talk with subdued hip-hop beats and really quiet (abstract) rap vocals. I think it might just work because of the jazz influence in both genres.
heavily-reverberated progressive rock with psychedelic or epic synth, frequent tempo changes, and industrial samples. Orchestral narrative intros on each album.
glitchy dark ambient with sounds taken from witch house or dungeon synth, occasional blackgaze guitar riffs and distorted harsh-EBM-type vocals. Percussions are either echoing metallic clanging like Ice Ages, traditional nip group drumming, or glitchy pops and screeches.