post, talk shit, get hit, etc.
I think that mine will trigger at least one person.
also currently listening to lovebeat and then imaginations after
Hissing Fauna is one of the best quirkpop albums ever made imo but I fully understand why it wouldn't appeal to someone.
it's always weird being reminded that those hilarious viper album covers actually have music behind em lmao
I'm not really a fan of any of those, so no triggering here
I'm not familiar with any of the albums you've rated so I don't see what is so "triggering" about it
For me, The Serpent Power was pretty much what you'd expect but the last track is worth a listen
Clube da Esquina surprised me as I find a lot of Brazilian "classics" to be overrated, but this one actually hit my fancy, I think just due to the variety
Fanfare for the Warriors was good but not even near the best Art Ensemble works
Alastair Galbraith is severely underrated
Add N to (X) is just a straight up classic, no idea why I thought I was going to hate that album, maybe because I find most 90's electronic music to be overindulgent
>I think that mine will trigger at least one person.
not at all considering viper is this high "ironically"
I like that Antena record, but that's probably my least favorite OPN album
Jacco Gardner and Kreng are both nice. I haven't heard of Weird Owl, they sound interesting
Cartola was decent, Charlie Parker and Wayne Shorter are good. Not a fan of Dexter Gordon or Hank Mobley though
Deftones are overrated and not that good at all
Art Ensemble of Chicago is overrated on RYM, good job with the appropriate rating imo
I was waiting for someone to catch on
I mean in all honesty, the lyrics and production are godawful but something about viper's voice is 'interesting' and there are admittedly some entertaining hooks on it. I wouldn't bother listening to anything else by him, that being said.
I agree with all of those.
I love Jam sessions too my man.
only 3.5 for clube da esquina?
I don't know any of those :(
been handing out a lot of 3 star (contains good stuff/sporadic listens) ratings lately
too patrish for me. been meaning to listen to In C for a long time, what's it like?
Octavarium is at least 3/10 and I actually like that Grouper album tbqh
decent i guess
Currently less than 300 ratings pls no bully
I can see that, but I think Gordon's skill lies more in his bandleading than his actual playing, and while I don't think his style works every time, Go! is a good example of his work
Also, I have a nostalgic attachment to the album, so perhaps I'm just biased
I may lower my Mobley rating because I honestly wasn't paying much attention at the time
Cendre is pretty decent
pretty good ratings though I would switch the ratings of those morton feldman renditions
listen to Solution 45 if you want more 0.5s
appropriate HTTT rating
alright ratings, I gotta give You'll Never Get to Heaven a listen soon
that's a great curve though
That Fennesz/Sakamoto album was good, but not as good as his collaborations with Alvo Noto in my opinion. You gave pretty appropriate ratings to Hail to the Thief and Fast Asleep
>what's it like?
It's probably my favorite meme minimalism. You can draw similarities between other pieces from different composers, but I just enjoy the textures on In C and Terry Riley's work more than anything else.
>Gordon's skill lies more in his bandleading
True, he is certainly a better writer than Hank Mobley
Very pleb stuff that had a huge impact on me in my youth and I listened to literally over a hundred times, some Tom Waits, Bob Dylan, The Cure, The Sisters of Mercy, that sort of thing, 4's are my favorite albums that I haven't heard hundreds of times
Sakamoto's collabs with electronic musicians are usually pretty rewarding yeah, haven't heard that one but the ones with Alva Noto are ace
why'd you keep listening to the black keys after that first 0.5. Usually if I bump into an album worthy of that rating I never come back to the band again.
nothing particularly appalling about his curve tho senpai
Gordon is kind of like Davis in that he's not a virtuoso but he has a personality and a good sense of working within an ensemble
Why did you rate Booty
Also, Chill Out and Fingerprince are :okhand:
>You can draw similarities between other pieces from different composers
is it minimalist piano type stuff or more in the vein of Music for 18 Musicians? (i hardly have any experience with minimalism)
if you wanna listen to You'll Never Get to Heaven go for their Adorn EP first; the s/t is an obvious step down in terms of songwriting
>is it minimalist piano type stuff or more in the vein of Music for 18 Musicians?
The latter, I guess. The piece is for any amount of musicians and it sounds fairly different depending on the recording you hear
Good ratings for Brand New and The Gerogerigegege
Anna von Hausswolff is overrated and Daughter is pretty bad
Well, I never go handing out a 5 on a first listen, I haven't rated anything above a 4 in years, usually the only way things get rated that highly is because I realize the album has really grown on me and become one of my all-time favorites, I'm sure the rating on it will go up eventually
one is a a truely unique challenging listen. that simultaneously parodies, celebrates, and comments on music culture the other is bland indie pop i hear in every urban outfitters store across the country and other over the counter counterculture shops.
i didn't like rien nearly as much as i expected to