Can we get one of these please? Could be ones you've made or that have been very helpful to you. I made this because not enough people are into Frusciante
I'll shamelessly post my only one. Tim's my favorite electronic music producer and the other chart was shit so I made this a while back even though I don't know how helpful it is.
Never seen this one, looks great
not a flowchart really but a good entry into jazz, go listen to almost anything from Blue Note too
Why would anyone need this? The discography is under an hour. In My Eyes is their best release btw
I used to like KMFDM a lot as a teenager. They have a god-tier cover art scheme. They said their band name way too much in their songs though.
"KMFDM IS DOING IT AGAIN"
Such a great chart. Improvised Music from Japan is probably an awful starting point for onkyo though, it's a bit too...large.
Jazz at Massey hall is ridiculously good, extremely happy to see it on there.
kindred should be a bit sooner on this imo but it's pretty solid (and at least it keeps the thread alive).
I found 2 in the sticky for you anon, don't know how accurate.
> I started with STGSTV
updated based on suggestions
link to download full res version https://mega.nz/#!ON5lUKrL!aLHSmmBGDX-A-8Efrex115mAgBZMKy8X4cEQjSQKnWQ
This is a personal flowchart I made today
you should get into more fuzzy and textured ambient stuff like Hecker, Deupree, new Pioulard, Lawrence English, Witxes, Fennesz, OO-Ray, Machinefabriek etc
overall decent taste but to me it seems like you've only scratched the surface of most of these genres, you should try to get a bit deeper in some of them (I recommend ambient)
Thanks for your feedback, guys. Some of the genres I have a much deeper knowledge of than is reflected in the picture (mainly art/experimental rock, post rock, and contemporary classical).
But I am looking to get into more ambient stuff, so thanks for the suggestions.
I actually needed a chart for these, thanks
I used this or at least a version of this and went from listening to the essential entry level shoegaze albums occasionally, to being a big fan of the genre, thank you and I mean that sincerely.
I didn't make it, I believe I got if off the Archive or the wiki, so use at your own risk. I used it personally and wasn't let down. RYM is also your friend (once again, take it with a grain of salt, considering it's all opinion based), but here ya go, enjoy.
sad nobody posted mine
this could kind of use updating maybe but i could prob never be fucked to
im glad other peopel are finally making genre flowcharts
This one should be updated but I'm lazy.
holy shit dude this is hours and hours of listening for me- i think the only album on this chart that i've already heard is unknown pleasures so this chart is a great place to start. i'm gonna listen to the heat // deceit and the chameleons // script of the bridges. thank you so much.
>posting an imgur link on 4chan
LOL @ Cults, the Cure, and Dead Can Dance being on a fucking shoegaze chart. Worst chart ever.
Like, seriously, how in the fucking world do you put A Place to Bury Strangers and Dead Can Dance in the same category?
If you mean physical copies then yes, most of these were limited edition CDs that sold out a while ago. Soulseek will help you find MP3s, though not always in 320 kbps — if there's one release in particular you can't find, just ask, I can upload it.
Interesting, thank you. I take it stage 1 more accessible than stage 2 and so on?
Thank you. I wish there were more classical music flowcharts.