Does anyone have one for Boris?, only one online is 404'd
i love these so this may be a sizable dump
gonna dump a few, some arent quite flowcharts but oh well
Why would anyone ever need these. Look up some random songs and for the ones you really like listen to whatever albums they're from. It's easy after that
This is some next level spoon feeding holy fuck
hey man, if you're happy with having memorized the /mu/ essential albums and not knowing where to branch out, then good on you i guess
I haven't listened to half of the mu essentials. Discovering music isn't that difficult if you have a genuine interest.
If I'm unfamiliar with a certain artist/genre sure I'll ask for recommendations, one or two albums. An entire char tho???! l o l
Then simply download the albums, obscure artists like that tend to not have very large discographies. If they do? Then pick some at random. Coolest cover art, interesting album name etc. You're clearly interest in them for a reason. Do you know the person(s) that made the chart, is their taste 100% the same as yours??? Just take a chance with it and try not to seek validation
Not necessarily, but Giant Robot makes for the best introduction to his music. It sets up his ridiculous backstory shit, but remains thoroughly enjoyable.
Decoding The Tomb of Bansheebot is where I'd go next if you loved Albino Slug.
>Then simply download the albums, obscure artists like that tend to not have very large discographies. If they do? Then pick some at random. Coolest cover art, interesting album name etc. You're clearly interest in them for a reason. Do you know the person(s) that made the chart, is their taste 100% the same as yours??? Just take a chance with it and try not to seek validation
Charts are oriented towards explaining what the album's main shtick is about, not the opinions on the albums.Some artists implement completely different sound from album to album and it would suck if you just discarded the artist if you accidentally took a chance with their worst album.
Tough one. Techno is very broad, there are tons of great releases, and as with all EDM there are two completely different approaches to it: either getting albums and EPs as with any other genre (but you're mostly getting "techno for home listening" that way, a lot of it is great but it's not what the genre was created for), or digging for single tracks and mixes, recommending labels and artists instead of releases (what /bleep/ is about).
That said, here's one I found. It only covers one subgenre of techno, but arguably the most important one so it's a good start.
Get some Monolake, Basic Channel, Porter Ricks, Sandwell District too. If you like it minimal but with a glitch side, Death of a Typographer by Byetone is cool; if you like it darker and almost ambient, Senking's first release is really good.
And although the website itself isn't very good for electronic music in general (Discogs is better, and you can find some good stuff on Resident Advisor), you can still find some tracks to get started in these lists: https://rateyourmusic.com/list/TheScientist/rym_ultimate_box_set__techno/
Not mine, but found it here and I think it's accurate.
If you mean just painting lessons for a few bucks then sure, but if you wnat to be an artist you will just waste your time studying anything else at college.
And remember, in theory, anything can be learned on your own.
not really what you're looking for, but it might help