Expired domain edition
Rate, rec, hate, discuss music - you know the drill
it's working again for me
Blame Mahler, it's what most people would do
dry pork loin on a bed of overcooked egg noodles
slow cooked sweet potato and a red kale salad with a fennel vinaigrette
OP here. working for me again.
Oscar Peterson Trio + One
ever done Satin Black by Paik?
it's alright, i liked it a lot for the warm production. was a bit too "cool" for me at times. incorporate red cabbage and serve on a bed of fried brussels spouts to make the kale wilt a little.
not for me
you're making me hungry :( i'm trying not to eat
+Lilys, Slowdive, Cocteau Twins
+Magma, Steve Reich, Amon Duul II, Acid Mothers Temple, Philip Glass, Burial
+Charlier Parker, Artie Shaw, Duke Ellington, Clifford Brown, Art Blakey, Wayne Shorter, Dexter Gordon, Sonny Rollins, Schubert
You'll always be the patrician of my heart, anon.
since I'm here, I might as well post my incomplete collage
you should listen to Scenery
it's great stuff
I should listen to more Mahler
Kinoko Teikoku - ロンググッドバイ
it'll probably start working soon, Anon
Bill Evans and Jim Hall - Intermodulation
pygmy lush - mount hope
whats that bottom left
the lazarus plot
its girly emo
>tfw I've stopped making Japanuary threads because they're 404ing too early
I'm sorry senpai
And I should listen to Scenery
>should listen to more Mahler
Sure. He definitely lacks some dynamic range but he's not awful
I started keeping my collages so I can scroll through them for fun when I get to 100
>you have a messy home
yeah it's fairly messy
thanks for the rec
does this mean Japanuary is dead?
i'm a pleb but it doesn't bother me; I just listen to what I like
I'm just starving myself for one day; reason why is that i'm gonna binge like hell tomorrow
+Mahler, Varese, Schubert
You probably listened to all of Mahler's work, but 3rd, 7th and 8th are great.
+Johnny Cash, The Doors
What's your favourite American recording by Cash? For me it's either Solitary Man or The Man Comes Around
+Avalanches, Zappa, Swans, Kraftwerk
Chunga's Revenge is pretty much one of few zappa albums I haven't heard yet.
*Boulez. Hey I've also listened to Le Marteau sans Mitre, but I didn't scrobble it.
Sturmpercht is really good, but different than a lot of other neofolk. Its very primal and truly folky at times, less militaristic and cold. The dude has a really low voice and they use a fair amount of accordion.
I started a new account 2 months ago after not using last.fm for about 3-4 years, just in time for "amazing" new changes to the site (at least now they let me upload album artwork)
Been playing fallout and blasting through the albums lately
At least you still listen to the best Caetano !
That Circle is a different one from the experimental jazz one?
Julius Caesar will always be my fave Smog, his other works don't even come as close as that even tho they're way better produced. Oh the irony.
Does Grim has a better album than Folk Music?
Hospice feels so out of place... check out Big Black and XTC i guess
Im sorry i can't give any recs, i dont think my music knowledge is expansive enough yet to give any recs of value anyways.
New recs to listen to are always appreciated though
No bully pls.
Gerswhin - Rhapsody In Blue
I haven't listened to any other Grim albums desu
check out Japan's Tin Drum
Mojave 3 - Ask Me Tomorrow
Linda Perhacs - Parallelograms