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ITT: Post a genre you don't like or understand, and other people recommend you stuff to get into that genre.
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Whatever genre Trout Mask Replica is supposed to be.
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Vaporwave
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>>51817272
I'd recommended Chuck Berry.
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Post-punk. It just doesn't seem like good music. I've listened to that one joy division album, it was eh. I don't like any punk and I think I would like it if I could figure out how
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>>51817311
Entertainment and Marquee Moon are both better.
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>>51817283
macintosh plus - floral shoppe
It's a very front heavy album but it's what got me into it
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UK garage
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>>51817311
what do you like?
it's a very diverse genre
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hip hop
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>>51817332
decide what album to start with for me? I'm bad at making decisions
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City pop.

It bugs me because I like the concept behind it (I think? maybe I misunderstood the whole thing) but I heard some stuff and it was pretty lame even by J-pop standards.
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Techno
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>>51817272
Look into Free Jazz
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Grindcore
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>>51817375
I'm into indie, rock, hip-hop, electronic and alternative, including:
Kanye West, The Flaming Lips, Pink Floyd, Aphex Twin, Peter Bjorn and John, Grateful Dead, The Shins, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Radiohead, Beck, Gorillaz, Talking Heads, Danny Brown, Toro y Moi, The Jimi Hendrix Experience, Weezer, The Raconteurs, Reptar, Boards of Canada, Snoop Dogg, M83, Death Grips, Animal Collective, Coldplay, Stepdad, Tyler, the Creator, MGMT, The Smashing Pumpkins, The White Stripes, Simon & Garfunkel, Drake, Ariel Pink's Haunted Graffiti, Insan3lik3, The Caretaker, Third Eye Blind, Neon Indian, TheFatRat vs Daft Punk, Alex Cannan, Macintosh Plus, Bassnectar, Vince Guaraldi Trio, Madeon, Kenji Yamamoto, Kouichi Kyuma, A$AP Rocky, Rage Against the Machine, 山本健誌, Imagine Dragons, John Frusciante, Cake, Ween.

Check out my music taste: http://www.last.fm/user/almyndz

hopefully this helps
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>>51817461
Is Ornette Coleman a good place to start?
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>>51817476
Go Back To Reddit!!!
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>>51817494
Yes, as is John Coltrane
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>>51817311
Try Wire - Chairs Missing, Television - Marquee Moon, and Minutemen - Double Nickels on the Dime.

Though like that other anon said, it's pretty diverse. Some stuff sounds pretty similar to straightforward punk while there's all kinds of avant garde shit.
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>>51817501
it's my overall, gimme a break. last 3 months would be more accurate but I don't think that's possible
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>>51817476
oh boy, i honestly haven't listened to much of that...

>flips
if you're a soft bulletin fan, check out disintegration. they're both highly accessible, long concept albums with very compelling instrumental timbre and feels everywhere. if you're into their early noise pop stuff, you should try Psychocandy.

>Talking heads
they're technically post punk as well. check out XTC, Oingo Boingo and Devo

>Toro y Moi/Neon Indian
synthpop might be up your alley. check out OMD's architecture and morality

>RHCP
Gang of Four? post-punk, but just as funky as rhcp's 90s stuff

>smashing pumpkins
Psychocandy, again.
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Shoegaze.
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any metal that isn't sludge or stoner
i was slowly working through black metal when i realised that i didn't like metal very much

i mean what albums for you guys got you into it?
i mean i like sabbath and sludgy shit but i could never quite get into thrash, or iron maiden type stuff or typical metal stuff
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Hippity Hop

I can't appreciate samples being used in an uncreative way or the obvious commercialism ("This song has a famous chorus, I'll just copy and paste that into my song so I will be famous!")
I can't appreciate the low brow/cliche themes ("bitches and hoes", "muh money", "muh dick", "muh nigga", "cracka keep me down", "rapper x isn't as good as me")
I can't appreciate the simple, underdeveloped musical ideas or the lack of change in structure/dynamics/color etc. (2 bar melody in 4/4, verse/chorus, repeat ad infinitum, no change!)
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>>51817311
Unknown Pleasures has a very gloomy atmosphere to it. Try Remain in Light by Talking Heads, Substance by New Order, Pink Flag by Wire or The Modern Dance by Père Ubu.
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>>51817712
3 Feet High and Rising.
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>>51817689

Dump your gf and get the feels.
Do a bunch of benzos.
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>>51817689
This chart is pretty accurate IMO.
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>>51817712
>scraping only the very top layer of hip-hop in order to justify your racism
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>>51817770
>missing the point of the thread
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>>51817717
>>51817686
>Talking heads is post punk

okay what the fuck can someone define post punk for me
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>>51817764
>cranes
good chart
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>>51817283
Blank Banshee
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>>51817469
What's your musical background? Personally I think understanding hardcore punk/beatdown and death metal would be useful if you're looking to get into grind. I also was interested in the culture behind the development of punk in general and it helped me understand why someone would make such aggressive music.

Napalm Death is always a good place to start, though maybe a more obvious choice since they're often credited with being one of the first true grindcore bands. Here it's easiest to see how hardcore elements and death metal elements are fuzed together, though again it helps to have a background in heavy music already.

For me, "Magrudergrind," by Magrudergrind, was the first entire grindcore album I listened to. Pig Destroyer and Discordance axis are also personal favorite artists.

I hope this helps, I don't know if any of that will actually but it's how I got somewhat into the genre.
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>>51817712
Good Kid, m.a.a.d City is a really good album, it's a concept album too, and just pretentious enough for you I think :^) But actually it's a really good album
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>>51817350
idk how someone can know about vaporware and not know that album, odds are that anon has tried it before
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>>51817754
>>51817764

Thanks, I'll get them feels started.
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Crust punk.
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>>51817452
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0U3oGO3jVpI
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RhdnKW3XKhQ
>>51817469
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_isR-ys-2VQ
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dnn-dQj0CS8
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>>51817799
>okay what the fuck can someone define post punk for me

originally it was everything that evolved from punk in the late 70s--joy division, bauhaus, suicide, talking heads, pere ubu, etc. but once 1980 hit, it got really fucking complicated...
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black metal
power electronics
noise
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>>51817799
>Post-punk is a rock music genre that paralleled and emerged from the initial punk rock explosion of the late 1970s. The genre is an artsier and more experimental form of punk.[2] Post-punk laid the groundwork for alternative rock by broadening the range of punk and underground music, incorporating elements of krautrock (particularly the use of synthesizers and extensive repetition), dub music, American funk and studio experimentation into the genre.[citation needed] It was the focus of the 1980s alternative music/independent scene, and led to the development of genres such as gothic rock and industrial music.

More at:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Post-punk

>>51817810
I didn't do it, and it has some stuff I wouldn't put in a shoegaze chart. Like nugaze or japanese shoegaze revival.
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>>51817839
i'm sorry officer, it won't happen again
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>>51817311
>>51817717
Reccing The Modern Dance by Pere Ubu as well. My favorite post-punk album and the album that got me into the genre as a whole.
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>>51817712
Aesop Rock, Run the Jewels, Childish Gambino, Tyler the Creator, Earl Sweatshirt, Kendrick Lamar, Clipping., Death Grips

you don't seem too keen to try it though
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I really can't into post-rock, help me /mu/
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>>51817878
Rad, thanks
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>>51817305
who doesn't recommend Chuck Berry?
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>>51817885
so post-punk isn't really a genre, more of... an event?
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>>51817901
Just don't let me catch you being black again
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>>51817949
I guess you can see genres that way.
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>>51817949
Post punk is an umbrella genre I'd say. It has a bunch of other genres in it that don't necessarily sound similar. Like new wave and gothic rock and stuff.
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>>51817712
the roots (especially game theory), cunninlynguists, gang starr
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>>51817923
This Will Destroy You's "Young Mountain" EP helped get me into post-rock because it contains many of post-rock's key elements while keeping the songs pretty short. Some clarification might help if the length isn't your issue though
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emo
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>>51817920
This.
...though maybe not Tyler the Creator. That does seem to have a lot of the issues that you pointed out.
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>>51817923
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>>51818027
American Football is the pinnacle of emo bands.
I also recommend empire! empire! (i was a lonely estate)
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>>51818027
The Appleseed Cast and Owls (if you don't mind mathy shit) are good intro bands
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>>51817971
>>51817978
Thanks anons, you've been very helpful. I think I'm going to not worry about getting in post-punk in general, I think I'm going to refer to this chart >>51817885 and try out some no wave
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>>51818076
>>51818082
thank you anions
time to get my feels on
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>>51818090
That's a good way to go if you like noise rock such as the Jesus Lizard and Butthole Surfers.

Also
>anons
I'm actually tripping today for the 1st time ever.
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oceangrunge
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>>51817233
Wonky.

Like, what even is wonky?
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>>51817923
Night verses is a fairly new band and they're really good
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Noise

everything i've heard has been terrible and it makes no sense
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>>51818178
Doesn't matter whether we trip, we're all anons deep down.
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>>51817576
>but I don't think that's possible
It's easy, just select Last 3 months on your top artists chart before clicking Paste Your Taste
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>>51818048
I'm ashamed to say Tyler got me interested in hip hop/rap. I thought Yonkers was really cool, and then I listened to Wolf when it came out and loved it.
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>>51818063
I never would've considered M83 to be post-rock. Or Sunbather for that matter.
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Black metal
Only two black metal albums i've listened to and have enjoyed are Echoes of Battle and [spoiler] Sunbather [/spoiler] (if that even counts as black metal kek)
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>>51818238
Yellow Swans - Going Places
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>>51818263
Why be ashamed? Wolf is GOAT and Tyler is at least decent.
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Punk

I love post-punk but I just can't into punk
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>>51818284
>Echoes of Battle
Man, I love that album. You might try Gallowbraid, Saor or that new Blut Aus Nord if you haven't. Obviously they're different from Caladan Brood, but down the same vein and you might dig them.
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>>51818249
oh fuq

I'm into indie, rock, hip-hop, electronic and alternative, including:
Radiohead, Boards of Canada, Aphex Twin, The Flaming Lips, Toro y Moi, Pink Floyd, Kanye West, Snoop Dogg, Animal Collective, Alex Cannan, Death Grips, Vince Guaraldi Trio, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Grateful Dead, Weezer, M83, The Smashing Pumpkins, The White Stripes, The Raconteurs, Beck, The Microphones, Macintosh Plus, David Bowie, Bassnectar, Kendrick Lamar, Neon Indian, Vampire Weekend, Flying Lotus, Cake, Rage Against the Machine, Gorillaz, Drake, Coldplay, Alydian, A$AP Rocky, Ween, Tyler, the Creator, Frank Ocean, Led Zeppelin, Ariel Pink's Haunted Graffiti, Michael Cera, Simon & Garfunkel, Fishmans, The Shins, The Caretaker, Oneohtrix Point Never, Quincy Jones, Ariel Pink, Talking Heads, The Antlers.

thanks anon you've changed my life
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>>51818284
Try the band Alcest if you liked Sunbather.

Deafheaven is definitely a black metal band, blackgaze if you want to be technical. Their first album, Roads to Judah, is pretty great.
Their new song "From the Kettle Onto the Coil" shreds and is a lot more black metal-y.
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>>51818377
>>51818284
Oh and Woods of Desolation - As the Stars has that shoegaze thing going on with it, you might like that.
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>>51818383
I forgot to mention Alcest, they're bretty good. Really enjoyed Ecailles De Lune
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>>51818245
Try Burzum - Filososfem and Mayhem - De Mysteriis Dom Sathanas.

For "blackgaze" (like some Sunbather) I recommend french bands such as Amesoeurs (s/t) and Les Discrets (Septembre et ses Dernières Pensées).

>>51818245
I feel ya
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metal

I know there are looooots of different kinds of metal and all but I'm really clueless when it comes to it and I really want to get into it to expose myself to all genres including metal.
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>>51818552
Black Sabbath - Paranoid.
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>>51818552
What kind of music do you usually listen to?
>>51818590 is probably a great starting point.
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>>51818590
thank you
>>51818630
top five artists are:

Flying Lotus
Jai Paul
Beach House
Sky Ferreira
Frank Ocean
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>>51818284
if u want more blackgaze like ive seen some other anons recommend check out lantlos-neon, incredible album that sounds a lot like sunbather(but better)
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serialist/atonal classical music, eg schoenberg, boulez, etc etc
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>>51818696
I really can't think of any metal artists related to the music you're used to. Try the Paranoid route or some "hipster metal" stuff like Sunbather or anything from this chart.
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What the fuck is Death Grips
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Brostep

literally the only genre i dont understand
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>>51818987
Start with the Money Store. Its there most well known and solid mucore

then go the exmilitary. its a little more abrasive than the money store and more experimental but still solid

after this everything gets a loooot more abrasive

Government plates is pretty good

then go Niggas on the Moon

then NLDW
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>>51818987
shit
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>>51819109
>>51818987
ignore his order its tms nldw exmil notm gov plates

i assume uve already tried their stuff, but all their albums sound pretty different and theyre definitely an acquired taste. id say try a bit of all of it
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>>51818245
damn...
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>>51818987
try:
I've seen Footage
Pop
the Cage
Anne Bonny
Known For It
Billy Not Really

These are just some of my favorites and I think they highlight a different DG songwriting style in each track
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UK Garage from the years 2000-2005
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country
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>>51819094
It is dubstep that is popular in America.
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>>51817704
Mastodon are, or were, prog-sludge, same with Baroness.
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>>51818225
pls /mu/ halp
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>>51817848
Alcohol - GBH
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>>51818225
Flume
Giraffage
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>>51818225
I'm pretty sure it's just a sound.

Like, it's just some adjective people use to describe some music. But maybe I'm wrong.
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Shoegaze. but unlike the chart that was posted in this thread, I can't get into the dream pop side of shoegaze. I like Have A Nice Life and Angelic Process (AP are a little too "metal" though) but can't get into the Slowdive type bands. Can anyone rec more like the former mentioned bands?
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>>51818329
Minutemen
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>>51819307
I think the Pains of Being Pure At Heart are kind of dream pop.
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>>51819307
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shoegazing
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>>51819307
Maybe try Future Islands for dreampop. They're the only dreampop band I've really listened to, and I love them.
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>>51819288
>Giraffage

Sounds like vaportrap. I can get behind this.
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Shoegaze
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>>51819418
glad you like it anon, he's one of my favorites :)
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>>51818263
It's just music man, don't be ashamed.
Unless you want to impress the elitist assholes on /mu/ it's all good.
Also I've never even listened to Tyler, so I'll give it a shot. Where should I start?
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>>51819185
I'd say NOTM last tbh.
Not that it's the worst, but definitely that hardest to get into. I still have trouble vibing with that record.
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>>51819523
Goblin. Move on to Wolf. Skip everything else.
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>>51817283
Contact Lens - Mediafire Kingdom
>>51817311
KUKL - The Eye
>>51817382
Pell - Floating While Dreaming
>>51817439
Try something by La Roux
>>51817469
Try something by IDYLLS
>>51817689
Galaxie 500 - On Fire
>>51817896
>blk metal
Shining
>power elec
Whitehouse
>noise
Sex/Death
>>51817923
Talk Talk - Spirit Of Eden
>>51818027
Snowing - Fuck Your Emotional Bullshit
>>51818217
nothing on value in this genre
>>51818238
Five Star Hotel is more accessible you might like
>>51818235
they are not post rock they are post hardcore
>>51818987
Start with ExMil go from there
>>51819094
Datsik and Rogue is pretty good
>>51819247
Reverend Horton Heat
>>51819307
Galaxie 500 or
XO - Heart
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>>51817452
Minimal techno
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BhxbS8Sl4t4
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x9r_M4TGyew
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Country music after the 70's
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>>51817233
any form of electronic music, edm, whatever
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>>51818284
Saor - Aura is what got me into it. very atmosheric and comfy.
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>>51817712
Pete rock- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JrIhZPAAcjI&list=PL3E3C6DC594D706A4

InI- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fFEVxpJtPm8
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metal
any metal
ugh
metal
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>>51819728
Slough Feg - Traveller
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>>51818284
try altar of plagues, specifically the last album they did
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>>51817823
Great! thanks anon.

Oh, and, for what is worth, I'm mostly into indie rock, alternative, post-punk, shoegaze, some electronic, including:

White Lung, Shellac, Marilyn Manson, Male Bonding, Wipers, Milk Music, The Men, The Replacements, Boards of Canada, Death From Above 1979, Deerhunter, anything Jack White related, Rage Against The Machine, Mötorhead, Lotus Plaza, My Bloody Valentine, Perfect Pussy, Deftones, Iceage.
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>>51819636
Electronic music is an extremely broad genre. As such it's hard to find something that will just work immediately for you. Regardless I will recommend my favorite albums that are considered electronic:
The Ape Of Naples - Coil
Selected Ambient Works 85-92 - Aphex Twin
Kid A - Radiohead
Harmony In Ultraviolet - Tim Hecker
Crying Over Pros For No Reason - ediT
>>51819343
>>51819390
>>51819574
Thanks, will check these out
>>51819362
What are you implying with this?
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>>51819636
electronic is so much different at concerts than it is in recording, artists tend to be able to show off much more

anyways Boards of Canada, Diplo, Flosstradamus, TNGHT, Gui Boratto
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>>51819523
Listen to all 3 albums. Bastard, Goblin, Wolf.
There's a whole storyline Tyler has going on that's kinda intriguing.
Goblin is easily the weakest, I don't really like it. Still, give it a try.
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>>51819574
reverend horton heat is based but that's psychobilly not really country imo
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Drone Metal
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>>51819636
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>>51820330
Asva - Presences of Absences
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Psychedelic Pop
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>>51818027
Algernon Cadwallader - some kind of cadwallader
The Brave Little Abacus - Just got back from the discomfort
Tawny Peaks - Tawny Peaks (you can find these guys on bandcamp)
Empire! Empire! (I was a lonely estate) - what it takes to move forward
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>>51820493
GANDALF
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>>51817764
A Solid amount of bands besides m83
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Onkyo/eai or whatever the album with the 1000khz sine waves is
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>>51817896
Lifelover
Fen
Alcest
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>>51817311
The Chameleons - Script Of The Bridge. Top tier post-punk.
>>51817689
Slowdive, Pale Saints
>>51817923
Mogwai, Lights Out Asia/Aurore Rien, Bitcrush


I need whatever the fuck Seefeel and Bowery Electric is. I haven't found anything as satisfying.
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Crunkcore
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>>51820785
>1000khz
I mean whatever dog whistle frequency is. Im not good with physics i dont know why i even tried
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>>51817283
the computer series from infinity frequencies.
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noise rock. I don't get it. I want to get it, because I don't want to deliberately not listen to a particular genre, but I just don't understand the appeal.
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What the hell is Math Rock?
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>>51821050
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>>51821050
rock with strange time signatures. True math fans will probably get mad for me posting TTNG, but they use strange time signatures and they're fantastic. A lot of emo influence though.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JOIkW9eChco
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OV0LJ0Dnl7A
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IhPljk5EZ0Q
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>>51821030
Big Black is more punkish type of noise rock. Neptune is one I like a lot but don't really see talked about much. They don't really have the punk vibe of Big Black. Noise rock is essentially just rock/punk with noise influences like feedback, atonality, etc. There's a chart floating around somewhere that has some cool bands on it.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IO5K7e0wwso
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oeDciDNJjGk
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>>51818217
>>51819574

see >>51821048
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>>51818383
The guitarist kerry looks like warwick davis in leprechaun
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>>51821050
http://thebulletprooftiger.bandcamp.com/

great example if you are serious about wanting to listen to math rock. Most math rock doesn't have vocals, and focuses more on the atmosphere of the music. very technical in time signatures and riffs. The drumming is also a key part of math rock.
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>>51821598
my bad meant to say math rock usually doesn't have vocals
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>>51819247
Listen to the O Brother Where Art Thou? soundtrack.
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trip-hop
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>>51821761
I'm actually finding that I don't really like much trip hop either. My favorites are Archive and Juzhin though.
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>>51821761
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hpD51-evUc8
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iB7y92kEpzM
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zIvwLvNp9Ec
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kge3RKLn5RU
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ChMxj73xI2g
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eF_FSF41aDI
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EDM

it's 50,000 in a field jumping around to a simon says toy

convince me otherwise
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>>51821968
How about jazzier, more melancholic stuff?
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>>51822082
nu_jazz even,
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>>51822082
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rRyPGmO3r_w
something like this?
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>>51819728
Just play and beat Brutal Legend and i'm sure you'll get it eventually.
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>>51822216
That's great, I like the beat. Maybe something a little "darker"?
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>>51821868
Just early Archive or more recent because I think it's fair to say they've gotten pretty far from their Trip-hop routes.
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>>51822310
I like most of their stuff but if only their early stuff is considered trip hop then that's fine.
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>>51822082
I don't know and Jazzoer, but certaintly take a listen to Londinium by Archive, it's nothing like what they became later on, but it's still really, really good.
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>>51821204
>There's a chart floating around somewhere that has some cool bands on it.
If anyone has it please post
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>>51822371
I actually forgot I saved a bunch of them. I have three noise rock charts. They all overlap to some extent though.

1/3
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>>51822302
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uSIbpqNB5Fo
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>>51822391
2/3
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>>51822398
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IpaMS8PXpsM
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=deIyBQQonl4
or these
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>>51822339
I think stuff like Lights and You All Look the Same to Me have transcend beyond what Trip-hop could bring you. Holy shit Lights though, if you haven't heard anything else of theirs that's trippy don't jump straight into it but that's a track that just builds and builds onto itself like x=1 on a calculator until it reaches a plateau and the lyrics come in, and then it's all downhill, with maybe one time the song slows you down. Not a song i'd recommend on drugs.
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Trap
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>>51822454
3/3
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Indie rock. I always like the instrumentation but find the vocals to be insufferable eg. Sufjan Stevens and The Microphones
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>>51817469
pic related
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>>51822489
this is jazzy, but it's not dark
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kFs03oAx9ME
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>>51822524
How can you not like Sufjan's voice? Indie rock is such a broad genre though that I'm sure you can find something with all kinds of different vocal styles. I wouldn't even know where to begin recommending stuff though.
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>>51822549
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=96UKb3NguBI
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>>51822619
>>51822549
>>51822398
>>51822489

Exactly what I was looking for, thank you!
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>>51822671
you're welcome
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>>51822534
it's not even out yet moron

>>51817469
Daughters (self titled)

>>51818284
Pretty cliche and light, but Burzum is what got me into Black Metal.
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aliencore
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>>51822760
>>51822534
my bad, wrong pic.
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