what did you listen in the worst time of your life? when feeling anger, despair, depression..
I remember being extremely depressed once and I didn't even feel like putting music on. Instead I watched a comic con panel to hear people talking to each other and having fun so I would feel less lonely.
Feels bad man.
If I want to feel better then I listen to nice and beautiful stuff like Fishmans, Sigur Ros, Galaxie 500 etc.
If I want to feel comfort and relate to the music in a personal way, then feelsy folk or indie like Elliott Smith, The Mountain Goats, Sparklehorse, Bonnie 'Prince' Billy and so on.
If I just want to feel numb and basically just wait for time to pass, then loud shoegaze or noise. For a mix of both, The Goslings are a personal favorite of mine. I usually just take 4-5 aspirins so I don't get a headache, and blast it until I don't feel my body anymore.
not really; I feel like the more experience you have (including but not limited to being depressed) the more patrician you get because you begin to relate to more mature ways of reacting and interpreting the world. Post-depression taste in any case is at least as good as depression taste.
Anyway, Jandek is what I mostly listen to when I'm depressed.
>Jandek is what I mostly listen to when I'm depressed
actually, now that I think about it, while this is true when I was most depressed I wasn't yet a fan of Jandek and was listening to Giles Corey and Codeine a lot
well that's sound like something outta experience definitely keiping that in mind!
i'm 18 y-old and i'm depressed because of college and the alienation it caused on me, i was another person in high school i had my friends my qtie and my band... life was perfect and i didnt even know it, but loneliness and this times made me get into /mu/ and more patrician shit. kek
i rly dig giles corey, but checking jandek and codeine for sure!! thanks man you seem a cool guy! propz!
'Closer' on loop practically every moment I was alone.
I can't really listen to it now, it sounds almost 'off', but it remains my favourite album for offering some sort of abstract 'kumfeurt' for that strange, sad time.
I was listening to this at three A.M. while considering whether or not to jump off a bridge. It's a very beautiful album, although I'll admit it's pretty uneven. The only slowcore album I've been able to enjoy.
The live version of Coward is probably my most listened to track I have at almost around a 1000 listens due to bad times.
I had severe cystic acne in high school and I listened to this almost every day.