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ITT: Post a genre you don't like/don't understand, and others give you recs to get into it.
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Glam Metal
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>>52237102
Sorry, there's nothing of worth in there.
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Post-Rock
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reggae. I can't stand the upbeats and from what I've heard it's monotonous in a bad way.
merengue
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Emo
and pls pls pls don't rec me American Football
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>>52237128
I would go so far as to say that glam rock and just about every possible derivative is self-indulgent and frivolous
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>>52237102
Steel Panther
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>>52237138
stereolab
gastr del sol
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drone
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>>52237149
Nouns- Still bummed.

It's not another shitty emo band that wallows in self pity with nasally vocals. I'd describe them as lo-fi indie emo. This album is actually pretty well known, but since you don't like emo, I'm assuming you've been putting this one off.
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trap rap
any kind of emo
technical deathcore
hardstyle
hardcore techno
speedcore
splittercore
extratone
breakcore
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indie rock.
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>>52237210
Thanks man I'll check it out right now
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Avant Prog
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>>52237210
>>52237244
If you don't like it, try their next album, "still". It's much better IMO.
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>>52237229
adding djent to that (but i liked that one liturgy song)

>>52237239
what don't you like about it?
because there's many very different reasons i could think of
i'd say listen to Guided By Voices
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Melodic Death Metal
I've listened to Edge of Sanity - Crimson and it's fucking amazing.
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>>52237149
Also, TWIABP if you haven't tried
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thrash metal

pls don't recommend me anything from the big 4, sepultura or any death/thrash hybrid
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>>52237258
faggy vocals and poppy song structures.
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Anything metal, or country. I don't know where to start with those.
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>>52237149
If you like shoegaze you'd probably dig Sore Eyelids.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YL5Zguf0p80

>>52237209
Phill Niblock
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xmhndIIhYK8
really awful quality I recommend you download it

Jim O'Rourke
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ktqjiv0FHsk

Chillwave
Hypnagogic Pop (really like Dean Blunt/Hype WIlliams tho)
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>>52237291
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Any subgenre of metal heavier than thrash; anything with folk influence
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noise

makes me consider that genres can be objectively bad
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>>52237149
Depends on what you are already into but if you like cutesy indie rock, Joie de Vivre is a good entry-point. I got into emo (screamo actually) with Daïtro so that's obviously recommended as well.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RpW65GTs_0g
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hDkNnJt13ZA

I don't like noise and right now I would want to try listening to noise unless it has like "good vibes". Yes, it's a pretty stoner argument but I don't, for example, power violence is the exact opposite of what I would call "good vibes". Is there noise that doesn't sound like this? Maybe there's some ethereal drone-ish noise that doesn't sound like this but I'm up for recs
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>>52237291
Agalloch got me into metal. Try not to let the bad vocals get to you.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h7FCyZVNwdA
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>>52237316
>but I don't, for example, power violence
I don't even know what I was trying to say...
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>>52237310
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ofIgDmr4sNI
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>>52237310
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VNjEwCesULo
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>>52237102
I like Early Motley Crüe. Mainly "Shout At The Devil"
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>>52237149
Foxing. It's really the only Emo band I like.
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>>52237291
Metal is really best acquired gradually, and if you're new to it, chronologically.
>>52237298
This guy has the right idea.

As for country, I recommend alt country because it's awesome. Check out Kauffman & Caboor and The Flatlanders.
I need to get deeper into country too, but I know what I like so far.
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>>52237244
Let me know how it goes when you're done. I'll be here all day. Every day.
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>>52237229
Veil of Maya - The Common Man's Collapse
Fun, groovy, technical but not overly wanky, probably my favorite.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iXpcf0HSG98
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>>52237175
seconding stereolab. try starting with emperor tomato ketchup or dots and loops
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>>52237264
Intestine Baalism
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yS1CAdCwDHw

Mors Principium Est
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OVoseNljKr4

>>52237279
Voivod
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GifB5kkFPx4

Vektor
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LZeltyIhaw0
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>>52237287
well you have no idea what indie rock is then
vampire weekend =/= indie rock
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>>52237308
As for metal, what do you currently listen to? I need to know in order to rec you some stuff, so you could get deeper into metal
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>>52237291
check out songs:ohia and wilco
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Jungle. [spoiler]I'm lying. I just want more recommendations.[/spoiler]
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>>52237254
it's all about putting as many weird, counterintuitive harmonies/melodies/chord progressions and time sigs as possible into a song and still "make sense"
i'd say immerse yourself into regular prog/kraut first, or get into jazz

>>52237310
get into tim hecker or something first, then other ambient/drone artists, then sound collage/musique concrete, learn to appreciate the textural aspect of music, then you're basically more than halfway there
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Techno

It's not dynamic enough. I listened to a lot of the albums considered classics, and it's mostly 10 second loops. I know I'm wrong, and I know there's more to appreciate, but I don't know where to look.
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Metal, and nothing you can say or do will convince me otherwise.
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Jazz

rec me something that isn't just a guy blowing on his trumpet over a drum beat?
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>>52237435
Ok so what have you listened to so far that has put you off?
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>>52237443
The fact that it has guitars and harsh vocals ;^)
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>>52237435
Do you like the blues? Do you like white people? Do you like distortion?
If you answered no to any of these questions, metal is probably not for you.
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glitch hop
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>>52237450
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q6Jpdl6HZ-4
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>>52237395
I haven't been listening to much metal lately, but when I do listen to it, it's usually entry level thrash shit (Megadeth, Metallica's first few albums, etc). Also Solstafir occasionally.
My friends are all metalheads and constantly link me to heavier stuff but I just can't get into it.
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>>52237450
Oh you'd probably like Botanist, then.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fCqFqC2Ew9Q
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>>52237258
Intervals - In Time, djent does not get prettier/more accessible than this.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tyBrxxUWO28
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>>52237291
Metal is pretty huge as you may already know so it depends on what are you already into.

If you like good old rock I would go with this rec >>52237298 and from there moving either to plain old heavy metal (Judas Priest, Iron Maiden, Manilla Road or newer bands like Slough Feg (you can try Ghost if you want to be a cool hipster)) or to doom metal. With doom you can try Candlemass, Isole, Warning and Solitude Aeturnus for "epic doom metal". Warning, the level of cheesiness here might turn you off at first.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7u9dlrkgFQ0

Another idea would be this one >>52237319. Trying to get your way into metal with black metal that mixes other genres. Here you could try shoegaze-influenced bands like Alcest, Amesoeurs, Deafheaven (yes, don't listen to the contrarians) or Heretoir. Another bands like Wolves in the Throne Room, Fen and Skagos are also recommended albeit not having a shoegazy sound.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jooUhXZupfQ

A third option would be moving your way to metal with heavier sounding rock bands like Pelican, Russian Circles or Red Sparowes.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ma27diEPqB0

I'm sorry this ended up being a name-dropping post.
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modern classical, besides Penderecki. I don't really get Bartok either.
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>>52237138
Post-rock is a rather broad genre, so it depends on what you're looking for and what you've tried already. Some people distinguish between first, second and third waves.

Try Spirit of Eden and Laughing Stock by Talk Talk if you haven't already. Essential listening, they're both gorgeous albums.

Also Burning Off Impurities by Grails, or Doomsdayer's Holiday if you're looking for something "heavier" and more psychedelic, instrumental rock with lots of other influences.

If you have tried Godspeed You Black Emperor, Explosions in the Sky etc, that's very different — I like that kind of sad, bombastic post-rock less. There's also Millions Now Living Will Never Die by Tortoise, yet another kind of post-rock (which I have to admit I never got into myself).

>>52237209
Henry Flynt
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qgb6DV776H8

Éliane Radigue
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PnbGirPTgF0

Andrew Chalk
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6P-SkGpxCmY

All three sound quite different; if you don't like one, try another. Some drone records are all about subtle changes (Radigue for instance), others are hypnotic/trance-inducing, or somewhere in between.

>>52237310
Noise is just music that works without conventional melody or rhythm. It's not necessarily aggressive or harsh. Try this for instance:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DcVyKKW7_-w

(Some harsh noise artists just make noise for catharsis though.)
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>>52237433
Yeah Techno tends to be really repetitive, and that's part of the appeal for me tbh.

You might like Headless Horseman. His tracks tend to progress instead of staying in one place. Also lurk /bleep/

http://headlesshorsemanberlin.bandcamp.com/album/headless-horseman-005
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>>52237464
Not metal so it's good. ;^)

>>52237466
What the fuck is this?
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Funeral doom
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field recordings.
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>>52237433
maybe get into it from the other end?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JrUb96Rv4lk
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>>52237495
But you like other types of doom?
Have you heard The Call Of The Wretched Sea?
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>>52237450
Dungeon Synth
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>>52237495
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rKvGr95WBRU

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1OIlCkwa6sQ

>>52237491
Metal without guitars or harsh vocals.

Or... Avantgardening metal :^)
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>>52237147

>merengue

there are too many styles. What don't you get about it?

Also remember, merengue is not meant to be listened in .flac while you sit in your reclining chair. It's simply party/dance music

>>52237147

Reggae itself is boring, but Dub its what makes it interesting. Now remember dub was stoned as fuck Jamaicans fucking around a mixing board while recording reggae, so a lot of it isn't good but there are some truly great stuff in it

>>52237229

most -core stuff its bad. It's one of the laws of nature

>>52237433

>I listened to a lot of the albums considered classics

Which ones?

>>52237441

The Black Saint and the Sinner Lady
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>>52237450
Ok so listen to Black Sabbath's Master of Reality http://youtu.be/XMAlqTW3ySM . No harsh guitars/vocals there. Listen to
Weird Owl- Nuclear Psychology https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ndXwTPAFjSU ,
Datura- Visions for the Celestial http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL94gOvpr5yt3JExrT_zGaUiPNWnxanCRq,

Shit, try listening to Chuck Berry and Funkadelic while you're at it too.
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proper R&B
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Hiphop.

Do I need brain surgery to make me retarded to enjoy it?
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>>52237149
Whenever if ever dawg
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>>52237495
Skepticism are the best in the genre so if you cant get into them you might as well give up
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DYyRC7gzHbg
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>>52237529
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>>52237433
You probably just need to get into the more diverse, more melodic, "poppy" stuff.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J5bBCaUnPq4
Laurent Garnier – Unreasonable Behaviour

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8FT-1bCoS6c
Orbital is also a great band to get into techno.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QR5JTexe6uQ
Second Toughest in the Infants by Underworld, for some rock influences and surrealistic cut-up/stream-of-consciousness lyrics in progressive techno.

Also try Selected Ambient Works 85-92 by Aphex Twin if you haven't already. It's repetitive, but maybe you'll like at least Xtal and Ageispolis.
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>>52237537
No. You just need to not take it seriously.
If you've already done experimental hip-hop and you still haven't acquired a taste for the music, you're allowed to listen to something else.
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>>52237537
You're Dead!
then Gonjasufi
then cLOUDDEAD
then Aesop Rock
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>>52237520
I guess when I put on dominican merengue I was turned off because it was a lot faster and beatier than pretty much every other type of latin music.
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>>52237291
If you don't like these songs, just leave the genre of country behind.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V41gDDWEPso
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qjHjm5sRqSA
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qEIBmGZxAhg
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s_21p14TAXM
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9GCVX4aCcTA
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zprRZ2wFQD4
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dFb1lGMvS3I
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BMT76_mYDV0
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Southern hip hop

Don't get it at all.
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>>52237537
Check the album By the Throat by Eyedea and Abilities.
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>>52237316
yellow swans - going places
really lush noisy drones
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=euHoHdpGOa0

also Jefre Cantu-Ledesma's Love is a Stream for a similar aesthetic
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uCI8exp5JHc
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>>52237069
Kim Possible was hot
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>>52237495
Start with early 90s death doom (which people refer to the pioneers of funeral doom, or proto-funeral doom), like diSEMBOWELMENT, Dark Millennium, Mythic, Winter, Delorian, and so on. Once you're done with that advance into stuff like Skepticism and Shape of Despair.
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>>52237149
Sum 41
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>>52237569
True.
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>>52237567
Not even OutKast?
It's damn near impossible to not like at least something off of either Aquemini or Speakerboxx/The Love Below
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>>52237519
>Avantgardening metal
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>>52237229
>trap rap
Try Trap Lord by A$AP Ferg or pic related
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>>52237563

well nigga there are too many styles/eras

Classic Merengue (pre ~1970) Slow, sounds really close to perico ripiao sometimes.

The "Golden Age" (1970-1985) Faster, a lot lusher than Classic. Full bands, loud as fuck trumpet sections and percusson. Borrows a lot from Nuyorrican salsa.

Contemporary: Sucks donkey balls. Other than the usual suspects (Juan Luis Guerra, Kinito Mendez) don't bother with it

what artists/albums have you listened?
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>>52237461
Anyone?
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>>52237495
In addition to this >>52237584 let me recommend you my favorite funeral doom album:

Esoteric - The Maniacal Vale (V0)
>funeral doom metal
https://mega.co.nz/#!lJhhSJqI!dg-a2VkQIlV5aC7WnUOU4iFOpPgGa_bfSsO2TI-_Rno
Sample: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rie7Prw8Gqc
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>>52237496
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9r5HythNWhA

Field recordings are the audio version of photography.
(The word "phonography" is actually used sometimes.)

Just like photographs, field recordings can be made for documentary/"utilitarian" purposes and/or for artistic purposes.
Field recordings can be released "as is" and listened to just for the pleasure or curiosity of surrounding yourself in a particular environment, or they can be treated and modified, turned into audio compositions.
There is a whole continuum between pure, untreated field recordings and other genres of music (often ambient, sometimes electro-acoustic, I guess any genre could use them).

There is no single "point" to field recordings, especially not when they're treated/modified; Chris Watson's "El Tren Fantasma" for instance is like an audio travelogue, whereas Luc Ferarri's "Presque Rien" is almost like a theatre for the ear, requiring particular attention.
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>>52237209
IMO Drone is pretty worthless. All good 'drone' music is better classified as something else. The whole genre is a lot of wanking but is pretty much emotionally and artistically bankrupt. Go noise or ambient.
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>>52237465
Okay so listen to this album by Toxic Holocaust, it'll prep you up for when you're ready for black metal. http://youtu.be/5WKhYxxIF7A

Try listening to alot of hardcore post punk, so your ears get used to hearing heavier stuff in general. I'd deff rec Single Mothers' self titled ep, and even some Joyce Manor. When you're done, listen to Napalm Death http://youtu.be/hs_9Lx8F6Sw , which again, is just to get your ears used to heavier stuff, that way we can start getting you into Death, Black, gore-grind etc. without having you being turned off by the sheer intensity. As for BM and death recs, here's some stuff to listen to (in ascending order, getting rawer and heavier with each listen) when you feel you're ready.
BM:
http://youtu.be/xKGemFNpgg8

http://youtu.be/IFLj1WFJmMA

http://youtu.be/BmA6PDutNDE

http://youtu.be/4R8us2sbwTA

http://youtu.be/AI6fz8pi6dg

(Give me a sec to rec you some death)
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>>52237639

>>funeral doom metal

meal sub-genres have the corniest names ever

>funeral doom ohhh 2spooky4u
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>>52237625
I don't even know. I asked pandora (mistake I know) and I was turned off. But thank you for the recommendation
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>>52237611
heard all that stuff
it's not that it's not mildly enjoyable but it relies solely on its energy and catchiness, and i thought maybe there's some stuff with more to it (production-wise, they all use the same three synth sounds, and composition-wise it's pop) but i don't think there could be, with the aesthetics it has
a similar way i feel about emo (and other froms of punk)
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>>52237128
This.
>>52237154
Glam metal is shit. There's some good glam rock though (Bowie, T.Rex, ...)
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>>52237677
b-b-but anon it's not meant to be spooky, it's meant to be depressing.

it just combines doom metal with funeral dirge.
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>>52237495
This album will change your fucking life, man. Sit back, grab a blunt, and some tissues, because this album is an emotional journey. Listen to it in all of its entirety, from start to finish-don't skip anything, this album is beautiful. It's my favorite album of all time, and deff my favorite funeral doom album.

http://youtu.be/6V3GuMGDBlM?list=PLO6hiUj-6ganV5ioqLqUyvsEqqaYdhyNC
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>>52237149
American Soccer is pretty rad
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>>52237677
Well, I think everyone with half a brain realizes how corny most metal is. That doesn't prevent it to be really fun, though
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>>52237264
Heartwork - Carcass
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>>52237677
Just like you call punk rock that adds pop to its sound pop punk, you doom metal that adds funeral music to its sound funeral doom metal.
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>>52237677
i don't see the problem with that
embrace the corn
overcome "hipster" faux-self-awareness and "irony"
let it.
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>>52237696

nps. It is cool to hate on Juan Luis Guerra because everybody's mother in Latin America has his albums but def. listen to him. He is good, his instrumentation is subdued, he isn't a meme-merenguer (yes, that exist. Dominican merengue relies a lot on punchlines and catchphrases to become "popular") and he is accessible.

However, he turned into a Christfag and now releases bland as fuck songs talking about God. Do not listen to anything past 1994 (well, give Ni Es Lo Mismo Ni Es Igual a try, but honestly, after that he sounds like he lost his balls)

As for the Golden Era, too many albums to name. Just youtube "Merengue golden age/años dorados"
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>>52237264
listen to this bro
>>52237746
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>>52237567
Goodie Mob
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>>52237767

forgot to mention, Juan Luis Guerra y 440 is his band
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>>52237069
I'd much rather see that full Kim Possible pic.
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Hardcore hip hop. It sounds like they're trying way too hard.
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>>52237764
>>52237762
>>52237749

nah honestly, I was a huge classic mealfag but I *WAIT FOR IT* grew out it. Never cared for all the sub-sub-sub genres that came out of it.

I know it is mean to be corny but I cannot listen to it. I'd rather leave it as part of my adolescence. If you like that shit that's cool, but I'll still make fun of you for listening to such corny shit past the age of 21
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>>52237767
you're like a latin music angel. Thank you so much
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Dubstep
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>>52237914
James Blake's Retrograde is post-dubstep. Hit that up, and then the entire Overgrown album.
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>>52237914
Listen to Burial
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>>52237841
You have 10 seconds to categorically, compositionally write off metal music without using any memes, strawmen, unfalsifiable, unproven statements (eg. all metal sounds like X) or unargued for assertions..
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>>52237298
All right, I just listened to it, and it's surprisingly good! Definitely has its charm.

Where do I move on from here? I want to appreciate harsh vocals.
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>>52237976
He doesn't have to do anything, you retarded fuck. If he doesn't like a genre he doesn't need to explain to you why.
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>>52237817
Seconding this request
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>>52237993
If you like that album you might want to continue to stoner metal, which is practically Black Sabbath worship but heavier.

Check out

Electric Wizard - Dopethrone
Church of Misery - Master of Brutality
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>>52237976

>you have to objectively disprove a subjective thing

mealfags in a nutshell. No wonder you listen to such childish garbage
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>>52237819
What hardcore hip-hop have you listened to already, and what kind hip-hop do you usually enjoy? I can give you some recs from there.
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>>52238005
>He doesn't have to do anything
I was never trying to force him to do anything, I was just using a rhetorical arguing technique...
> you retarded fuck
Rude
>If he doesn't like a genre he doesn't need to explain to you why.
Yes, granted, but we're on a music discussion board, and dart of the discussion of music is identifying what it is one enjoys or doesn't enjoy about any musical entity. I was merely trying to shed light on the fact that it's a pretty asinine thing to do to claim that an entire genre is a phase to grow out of without bringing any actual argument or evidence beyond "I used to like it and now I don't."
:^)

>inb4 somebody insults me with a meme.
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Uk garage
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Blues rock.
Completeley obsolete Repetitive. Same rythms, same scales, same everything.
help
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>>52238088

please refer to

>>52238064

I don't have to write you a fucking essay. I can only say "I find it corny and childish" and that's enough.
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>>52238064
I wasn't claiming you had to 'objectively' prove anything. You were claiming that metal is objectively a phase to grow out of, without providing any argument. I was just attempting to make clear to you how bullshit that is.

I direct you to this post:
>>52238088

As usual:
>inb4 somebody insults me with a meme.
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>>52237914
Pangaea - Router (I recommend this as your first song, because it's closer to garage really. It's a good bridge towards it.)
Everything by Kahn, particularly Dread, Over Deh So, Got My Ting, Azalea

I think those will get you started
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>>52238129
If you're just going to state your personal thoughts on the music without any analysis, argument, or even discussion whatsoever, what's the point of coming to /mu/?

>inb44 somebody insults me with a meme
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>>52238088
Some people come on /mu/ to discuss music they like, not discuss music they don't like.

He doesn't have to prove anything to you, especially on an anonymous Mongolian Cuisine board
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>>52238196
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punk/hardcore-punk
post-hardcore
post-punk
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>>52237229
>extratone
It's shit but this song is hella fun(ny)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kE0tYUkh2qI
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>>52237914
This is one of the albums that got me into dubstep so it's highly recommended. Boxcutter and Martyn are also recommended.
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>>52237441
You should check out some vocal stuff, it is much easier to consume. Along with this you should check out some big band. Here are my favorite albums following those two things.

“Montreux ‘77” – Count Basie Orchestra
“Sophisticated Lady” – Duke Ellington and his Orchestra
“Charlie Parker With Strings” – Charlie Parker
“Ellington at Newport” – Duke Ellington and his Orchestra
“Such Sweet Thunder” – Duke Ellington and his Orchestra
“Mingus Ah Um” – Charles Mingus
“Three Suites” – Duke Ellington and his Orchestra
“First Time! The Count Meets the Duke” – Duke Ellington and Count Basie
“The Quintessence” – Quincy Jones and his Orchestra
“Anatomy of a Murder” – Duke Ellington and his Orchestra

“Back to Back: Duke Ellington & Johnny Hodges Play the Blues” – Duke Ellington & Johnny Hodges
“My Funny Valentine” – Miles Davis, George Coleman, Herbie Hancock, Ron Carter & Tony Williams
“Straight Ahead” – Count Basie Orchestra
“Head Hunters” – Herbie Hancock
“Straight From the Gate” – The Headhunters
“The Atomic Mr. Basie” – Count Basie Orchestra
“Bix & Tram” – Bix Beiderbecke & Franke Trumbauer

“Central Park North” – Thad jones & Mel Lewis Jazz Orchestra
“Sky Blue” – Maria Schneider
“Ray Sings, Basie Swings” – Ray Charles & the Count Basie Orchestra

"Nancy Wilson/Cannonball Adderley" - Cannonball Adderley Quintet (feat. Nancy Wilson)

"No Greater Love" - Billie Holiday
"Frank Sinatra at the Sands" - Frank Sinatra
"Swingin' Easy" - Sarah Vaughan
"Careless Love" - Madeleine Peryoux
"Ray Sings, Basie Swings" - Ray Charles & Count Basie

"Getz/Gilberto" - Stan Getz & João Gilberto
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>>52238198
If je just comes to /mu/ to discuss music he likes,then it's pretty retarded of him to start attacking a genre he doesn't like here:
>>52237677
and here:
>>52237841

Also, he doesn't have to do anything, but in the realms of intellectually dishonest discussion, he should attempt to engage with the points being brought up against him, rather than repeatedly asserting "nah,, you're wrong."

>inb4 somebody insults me with a meme
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Metalcore. I have literally never heard a song within the genre that I liked.
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>>52238284
Bleh, sorry about the weird spacing on that. Look past it I guess.
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>>52238221
>punk/hardcore-punk
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xHR-rzUjCzU
Black Flag - Damaged
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-KTsXHXMkJA
Dead Kenedys - Fresh Fruit For Rotting Vegetables
>post-hardcore
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pG8FXWIQ_PI
Cows - Daddy has a tail!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5L6h_2bS0Pw
Barkmarket - Vegas Throat
>post-punk
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xLDHr5r0iIY
The Pop Group - Y
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2gYNbK_A7c0
Chrome - Half Machine Lip Moves
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60s and 70s gospel music
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>>52238296
Try Jane Doe by Converge
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>>52238288
He just posted his opinion you fucking autist. He thinks metal is corny.

You don't have to be an "intellectualist" or have "intellectual discussions" to like music and come here.

You're the reason /mu/ picks on metalfags. He doesn't like metal, accept it and move on.
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>>52237331
meh

>>52237332
eeeeh, the use of silence was interesting

im just under the impression that its just being noisy for noise's sake, dont see any artistic vision in any of these tracks
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>>52238296
that's alright buddy, metalcore sucks fat dick. i'd never ever get into it.
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>>52237258
>djent
Intervals - In Time
TesseracT - Altered State
Animals as Leaders - The Joy of Motion
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>>52238288

>"nah,, you're wrong."

you're the one saying that, you fucking twat. I never said metal is bad or whatever, so stop crying. I don't like it, I won't listen to it, and I find it corny and juvenile.

No wonder you faggots are the butt of all jokes. Literal autism. I don't give a fuck when somebody calls techno "boring". Big fucking deal
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>>52238305
thanks anon giving 'em a try rn
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>>52238368
no problem, say what you think when you finish.
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>>52238296
Do you like hardcore or any other kind of "heavy" music? Otherwise it would be pointless starting with metalcore.
You should try pic related.
Have a sample: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dlhrsxAsff4

And Norma Jean's "O' God, The Aftermath" is also amazing:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LPALTYQM57A
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>>52238305
>post-punk
also, is talking heads considered post-punk or new wave? or both? because i actually love talking heads.
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>>52238419
new wave is more pop while Post-punk is experimental, I'd say Talkng Heads is Funky new wave.
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All my friends keep trying to get me into EDM it's just like "fuck man, stop it that genre is actual shit"
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Vaporwave? Is it a joke?
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>>52237149
Foxing is good https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YHzHthPIcPo
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>>52237149
I like the hotelier
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Hsqkia_S8E
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>>52238494
>Is it a joke?
Yes and no.
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>>52238494
Chopped & Screwed is like Vaporwave but earlier and better.
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>>52238535
Chopped and screwed is amazing, vaporwave not so much
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Whatever genre this is
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>>52238659
goth? post-punk? darkwave?
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Shoegaze
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>>52238659
that is gothic rock

listen to White light from the mouth of infinitey. its my favorite record and very gothey
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>>52238387
>Black Flag - Rise Above
man i enjoy the instrumentation, but i do not enjoy the vocals. i find the vocals my least favorite part of most punk. i kinda find it aggravating. i guess i can just get used to it

>The Dead Kennedys - Holiday in Cambodia
i really liked the instrumentation on this one and i found the vocals more enjoyable than the one's on Black Flag. I'm going to check this album out.

>Cows - Camouflage Monkey
found this enjoyable actually

>The Pop Group - Thief of Fire
really enjoyed this. reminded me of talking heads. definitely checking the album out.

>Chrome - Zombie Warfare
this was really cool. that switch up at around 1:54 was awesome. i'm gonna check this album out as well.

thanks for your help today anon
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pop punk
post-hardcore
black metal
trance
hardcore (the EDM kind)
prog rock
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>>52238672
I tried searching what genre it is but everywhere it says like 3 to 5 different genres so I am not sure
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Noisy post-rock/drone like Earth
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classical

any type of edm/idm or deephouse.

death grips after exmilitary

i know this is pleb
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>>52238705
Glad you are going to check those 3, those are ones of my favorite albums.
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>>52238706
>Reply

>trance
DJ Orkidea - Metaverse
Union Jack - Pylon Pigs
Astral Projection - In The Mix
Ferry Tayle - The Wizard
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Krautrock
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>>52238743
>classical
That covers a lot of periods, which basically are like subgenres in that they had different emphases and norms. My favorite composer is Liszt, though.
Here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3ZUQ7yZTFco
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metal

it's not because of the music though, it's because the vast majority of metal fans are preachy tryhard fedorafags who treat music like it's a competitive sport
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>>52238801
I understand this completely. I listen to it but the community is the fucking worst thing in the world. Also if a girl says she likes metal consider that a massive red flag.
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>>52238117
The Allman Brothers Band- At Fillmore East and Eat A Peach
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>>52237291
>country
For older music, I'd say check this post: >>52237565

A lot of the good country coming out nowadays is more alternative stuff. Here's some country (and bluegrass) you might like.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hsOdzl7KiWE
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y0wV4UQoOhw
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pQxcNqJZ7co
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zYX6DIySsqU

And some gothic country from this year:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1EdQFQ9sIB8
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>>52238756
Thanks.
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>>52237069
not genre but i dont get lil be, is dude kidding, fucking around etc?
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>>52238941
Mostly fucking around. He releases literally everything he writes so a lot of it is shit, but it's just him, raw, being a goofy motherfucker.

He actually can rap, as shown on like 5% of his tracks.

I'm not really a fan, but I respect that he's doing his own thing.
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>>52237746
Anybody have a link for this on mega?
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>>52239137
It's on rutracker
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vaporwave & all the other internet music stuff
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>>52237441
bill evans - waltz for debby
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>>52237914
>dubstep

like brostep?
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>>52237310
I got into noise through these two albums:
>Aaron Dilloway - Modern Jester
>Kazumoto Endo - While You Were Out
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>>52237914
lmfao @ them crackers tellin you to listen to late james blake
just take a look at the classics its not hard

also its not really an album genre

if youre into ambient check 2562 - aerial
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>>52237310
Noise is very weird genre. First off, you don't listen to it like normal music, I'm pretty sure everyone who listens to it that agrees that it's shit. Try using it as ambiance, or try other methods. If you find a good point to listen to it, it works.
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I've found out I can't truly enjoy anything without lyrics. I enjoy some Explosions in the Sky-Esqe stuff when I'm doing work, but otherwise when I sit down just to listen to music I find that I pay attention heavily to the lyrics. What should I do?
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>>52237102
Appetite for Destruction
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>>52237069
I'm very surprised that I never fapped to Kim Possible while I was in middle school.

Maybe it was the pointy tits

How often do you think animators get boners while drawing hot characters for kids cartoons?
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>>52237069
Jazz. I really want to like it, but...
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>>52241181
Try this

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cv9NSR-2DwM
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>>52237138
Spiderland, over and over. Honestly.
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>>52241335
I liked it but got bored after a couple of minutes.
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>>52241083
never because they're not autistic
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funk
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>>52237069
tfw no qt kim gf
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>>52238321
>Converge
>metalcore
At least say they are Mathcore ffs
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>>52238776
>german music in general
Nope.jpg
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>>52241514
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EBXU2t4hodo
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>>52241514
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m0wqd3euhKA

especially the break with the simple horns in the middle
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>>52237102
Steel Panther are a good start
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>>52241449
then maybe you should start by a subgenre of jazz or music that mixes other genres with it like BadbadNotGood.
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>>52237254
First get into Primus and then try The Frog Brigade
It worked for me
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>>52237264
Dethklok I believe can be classified entry level to melodeath
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>>52237279
Uncle Slam and DRI I guess could work
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>>52237264
I would say Heartwork and Carcass's newest album. Also Arch Enemy's "Burning Bridges" is great.
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>>52237291
Try bluegrass covers of popular rock and metal songs
Otherwise Old Crow Medicine Show are a nice band and you can try the cover album of The Wall by Luther Wright and the Wrongs - Rebuild the Wall
As for metal - try Iron Maiden and Motorhead as a start, anything from the NWOBHM period
then go american with Metallica, Guns n Roses, etc. That's how it works for metalheads most of the time
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>>52237308
Try folk metal - Kopriklaani, Finntroll, Alestorm and so on
Heavier that thrash
Doom can be considered heavier than thrash in a sense. Try Black Sabbath, Saint Vitus, Stoned Jesus and then try Boris
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>>52237433
Try 2 Unlimited
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>>52237441
Morphine
They are a fusion band with emphasis on the jazz aspect I believe
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>>52237310
Merzbow - Merzbeat
Merzbow - Oersted
Kazumoto Endo - While You Were Out
Kevin Drumm - Sheer Hellish Miasma
The Gerogerigegege - Yellow Trash Bazooka
Die Form & Aube - Ukiyo
Aureole - Alunar (black metal with a lot of noisey qualities)
Sissy Spacek - Sissy Spacek
Yellow Swans - Drift

This should give you a wide variety of noise to start yourslef out on, if you don't like Merzbeat, Drift or While You Were Out you probably won't like noise
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>>52238419
new wave is a type of post punk that's poppier and sometimes synthier.
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>>52237537
Gorillaz
Not exactly Hip-Hop, but I've found that to get into a genre, it's a good idea to try bands which combine it with something familiar
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Chiptunes
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>>52238117
>>52238117
Try The Dead Weather
Also consider dad rock - Led Zeppelin, Hendrix, Cream. Might be a bit psychedelic, but it works to get you in it
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>>52238221
>Punk
Sex Pistols are a good start
>Hardcore Punk
Black Flag, Dead Kenedys
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>>52237993
>>52238031
dopethrone is also a good starting point for harsh vocals aprreciation
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>>52238675
Black Rebel Motorcycle Club
Not exactly shoegaze, but it has some elements
Start from there
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>>52242358
Uh, giving the most popular answer is stupid, as most of the people would base their dislike on those bands
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>>52238801
Try some dad rock - Led Zep, Deep Purple
Then try the NWOBHM scene - Iron Maiden, Motorhead
After that go american - Guns n Roses, Metallica, etc
Try Black Label Society as well
First the more popular albums like Mafia, Shot to hell and Order of the black. Then try their other albums
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>>52241042
Try Earth - The bees made honey in the lion's skull and Hex;printing the infernal method
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>>52241514
Start with RHCP. Entry level stuff
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Jungle
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>>52242446
Maybe, but the rule of thumb is that the the most popular is the gateway
For instance, I got into stoner doom by listening to Black Sabbath, Sleep and Kyuss
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>>52237254
FAITH NO MORE : ANGEL DUST
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>>52242675
i thought that was just generic alt rock
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>>52242779
id say that album is far less generic than their others
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>>52243000
oh shit i got trips
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>>52237229
if you wanna get into trap check Koopsta Knicca, Spaceghospurrp or Black Smurf.
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Prog Rock
I can honestly only listen to Crimson King
Nothing else "clicks"
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>>52238706
>pop punk
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u6dEfAedJpg
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WaIH-AAPUM0 (more power pop but meh close enough)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6hE8yzZOtGc
it's a very shallow genre

>post-hardcore
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QMWgdZhjr-s
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s0xCAZLE7c8
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KBU7zz4cfkQ

>black metal
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e-ZVkESecXk
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GfbLWHT7vUU
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ak3nTl5luSc

don't know enough about electronic music to properly rec

>prog rock
in the court of the crimson king but i can't find any stream links cause fripp is a jew
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hIE2ZoeFZtA
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FATe8MpEpO4
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>Thrash Metal

>Horrorcore
This one's a bit strange. Like I want beats that sound like the opening to "Cup Fulla Beetlejuice". Goofy, spooky horror stuff.
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>>52241181
You should check out some vocal stuff, it is much easier to consume. Along with this you should check out some big band. Here are my favorite albums following those two things.

“Montreux ‘77” – Count Basie Orchestra

“Sophisticated Lady” – Duke Ellington and his Orchestra

“Charlie Parker With Strings” – Charlie Parker

“Ellington at Newport” – Duke Ellington and his
Orchestra

“Such Sweet Thunder” – Duke Ellington and his Orchestra

“Mingus Ah Um” – Charles Mingus

“Three Suites” – Duke Ellington and his Orchestra

“First Time! The Count Meets the Duke” – Duke Ellington and Count Basie

“The Quintessence” – Quincy Jones and his Orchestra

“Anatomy of a Murder” – Duke Ellington and his Orchestra

“Back to Back: Duke Ellington & Johnny Hodges Play the Blues” – Duke Ellington & Johnny Hodges

“My Funny Valentine” – Miles Davis, George Coleman, Herbie Hancock, Ron Carter & Tony Williams

“Straight Ahead” – Count Basie Orchestra

“Head Hunters” – Herbie Hancock

“Straight From the Gate” – The Headhunters

“The Atomic Mr. Basie” – Count Basie Orchestra

“Bix & Tram” – Bix Beiderbecke & Franke Trumbauer

“Central Park North” – Thad jones & Mel Lewis Jazz Orchestra

“Sky Blue” – Maria Schneider

“Ray Sings, Basie Swings” – Ray Charles & the Count Basie Orchestra

"Nancy Wilson/Cannonball Adderley" - Cannonball Adderley Quintet (feat. Nancy Wilson)

"No Greater Love" - Billie Holiday

"Frank Sinatra at the Sands" - Frank Sinatra

"Swingin' Easy" - Sarah Vaughan

"Careless Love" - Madeleine Peryoux

"Ray Sings, Basie Swings" - Ray Charles & Count Basie

"Getz/Gilberto" - Stan Getz & João Gilberto
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>>52237567
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MYxAiK6VnXw

Basically if you don't like this you probably don't listen to hip hop
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I don't dislike it, nor do I not understand it. I just haven't listened to much of it: Funk.
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lolicore
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>>52238296
I still don't "like it", but I've found that seeing it live and loud is definitely better than experiencing it at home. It's not technically good but the energy can be fun
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Lowercase. I can't get into it.
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>>52237746
Started it kinda got into it then the grumbling started lmao
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>>52243975
For Thrash Metal check out Countdown to Extinction. It's really great entry level stuff. Then work your way backwards into Rust in Peace and other Megadeth stuff. Master of Puppets is always a classic.
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>>52237583
Underrated post
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>Thrash metal
>Country
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noise
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Power Metal (other than blind guardian)
Pop-Country
Cristian Rock
Hair Metal (there's nothing good for this though)
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http://rule34.xxx/index.php?page=post&s=view&id=1651057
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>>52246405
Power metal is a much wider genre than most people think. Check out Sonata Arctica's "Fullmoon". Or Kamelot's "A Feast for the Vain". Both of those albums were great power metal ones, but the tracks really stood out to me at least back when I was deep into it.

"Reign of the Elements" by Celesty is a good example of fun cheesy power metal.

"From Hell" and "First Lance of Spain" by Dark Moor are also fun.

Steel Attack's "Diabolic Symphony" is a really great album and track.

I could list a lot of stuff though, these are just some that I really enjoyed back when I was into it. I can still listen to them sometimes for fun but I also feel guilty and try to pretend I don't like them because of /mu/
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Freak Folk
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Everything in this thread is bad.
>>52241181
Jazz is shit, don't bother.
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>>52246405
>Cristian Rock
Liturgy
Popol Vuh
Neutral Milk Hotel
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>>52246414
Honestly this is what most white girls would like
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Black Metal that is not any of the following:
>Burzum
>Mayhem
>Darkthrone
>Emperor
>Deafheaven
>Liturgy
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