Earflash and Sissy Spacek should be higher desu
That Ford & Lopatin album made me cry, how touchy
Some really good shit lately
That Voice Crack album and Sissy Spacek are both amazing. Cascade is cool too.
Hi again. I liked January more than you did.
No Man's Slave is great, and D.o.A. is TG's best album
I own the official /mu/ skype group. If you want in message me.
I also trip on /mu/ as Montie.
Q: Do I rate singles?
A: I try not to rate singles, I feel as if it inflates my rating system because there are more songs that I feel can be rated higher than the album it is on.
Q: Do I Rate EPs?
A: Yes, I love shorter albums, so EPs are a great thing to listen to when I have a limited amount of time.
5 stars:= 10.0 albums. These albums are personal favorites and albums I see as perfect regardless of any flaw that they may have. These can also be seen as genre definers.
4.5 stars= Amazing albums that are near perfect. These albums are solid throughout and contain little to no holes in them.
4.0 stars= Excellent albums that are worthy of much praise. Solid throughout but there are some songs that may not click with me perfectly.
3.5 stars= Great albums. These albums are worthy of much praise and contain mostly all good songs. There may be some low spots however.
3.0 Stars= Good albums. These albums are "OK" and are worthy of some praise but have holes in them that may not leave me a good impression. Some of these albums may not be that memorable either.
2.5 Stars= Mediocre albums: These albums have some high points in them, but for the most part they are a mixed back and may not click with me very well. Some songs on these albums are simply not good or out of place.
2.0 Stars= Negative albums: These albums have many holes in them and don't hold much water. They are mostly forgettable and may contain songs that are simply bad. There is 1 or 2 good songs on these albums possibly though.
1.5 stars= Bad albums: Albums that have many issues with them and I don't want to listen to again.
The split really surprised me. Kevin's side blew me away, some of his best material right there.
I guess the problem with his drone albums is that he makes so many of them and that they're quite similar. Anyway, I still like them. I really enjoyed The Sea Wins from last year. Trouble was great too, but all of his non-bandcamp stuff is.
Abandoned Language is so good. Haven't gotten around to Gutter Tactics yet.
Why would you listen to three singles, decide you didn't like any of them, and then listen to the album?
you'd rate things you call "shit" 2 stars or higher?
yeah Paracletus is solid
> Abandoned Language is so good. Haven't gotten around to Gutter Tactics yet.
Might be my favorite from what I've listened, still hesitating with Absence. Gutter Tactics is all right, but I'm getting sick of Dalek always sounding the same. Oktopus is an amazing producer, and he certainly could have a solo carrer if he wanted, and he is the most interesting thing in the duo for sure.
Oh, and on the topic of Kevin Drumm, I saw a link to this dynamic range database website. The album with least dynamic range of all time listed was Kevin Drumm - 60 Minute Relief
>CONDUCT OF HUMAN BEINGS
Link please? Tentenko is so awesome. The FLORIDA album was so good, and ひびやこうえん was cool too. I'm super pumped for MikaTen. I'm glad that at least one of the BiS girls is doing something cool these days.
secrets of the beehive was really disappointing, true widow was fuckin great tho so it evens out
>Why would you listen to three singles, decide you didn't like any of them, and then listen to the album?
but i didn't do it in that order. i listened to the album and rated the singles from it as i did it.
>you'd rate things you call "shit" 2 stars or higher?
yes desu. ratings system, basically - 2 is the default score for things i consider bad and 2.5 for mediocre ones.
Ok so I'm trying to get more black metal reccs from rym and I've been rating a fuck ton of black metal lately but literally all it's giving me is east coast hip-hop. Anybody know why or how to fix?