Thread for those who've advanced past /mu/core, p4k BNM and the same old. For those who've...
a) been listening to music seriously for 5+ years
b) with musical training and regularly perform music
previous thread >>61839078
Anyone else like Virgin Prunes?
Any more darkwave like this?
Post how many you've listened to
0-3 = normie/pleb
4-6 = needs work
7-9 = getting there
10-13 = patrician
14+ super patrician
This just seems like a semi-ironic circlejerk but I'll bite.
I've been bumping this dream"pop" band, some really col tape loops and ambient textures.
As far as music, I've played guitar and related instruments for several years and am getting into keys and electronics.
These were all favourites from last year, bit of soul in there too but mostly rich, modern funk greats.
The Mighty Mocambos - Showdown
The Haggis Horns - What Comes To Mind
The Sure Fire Soul Ensemble - s/t
The Soul Motivators - Free to Believe
The New Mastersounds - Made For Pleasure
The Nitty Gritty Sextet - s/t
Onom Agemo and the Disco Jumpers - Cranes and Carpets
Speedometer & James Junior - No Turning Back
VA - Daptone Records II
Not that guy, but try the following:
>To Live And Shave In L.A.
>Birchville Cat Motel
That's how I got into the genre
I like some stuff but I've hardly gotten into the genre enough
yes it is but despite that, the last thread had a lot of good albums out of left field that are definitely worth listening to. if it takes a pretentious OP to achieve that, then so be it
Kind of underwhelming on first impression, but I suspect I need to listen louder.
whom here /minimalism/
get the fuck out of here you greasy NEET
They're not really like Virgin Prunes, they were pretty unique, but have you heard Phiadia?
>japanese Death rock / post punk
I mean, there's lots of death rock / goth / post punk I could recc, but most of the bands are far more popular than Virgin Prunes, so you've probably heard of them
I did just get turned on to this yesterday by some kind anon, never heard of them before and liking the little Ive heard
Will do. It'll just take a few more listens for me. I'm a sucker for that kind of noisy avant-garde collage kind of stuff.
Good to know.
no more fighting, boys
go to your room
and listen to socket
Was anyone else disappointed by this? I was expecting the drone and noise passages to be less obnoxious in application, although Portals Before Dawn is easily one of the best songs I heard last year.
>Do that, and also try some of their other work (and of course Yoshihide's solo stuff) while you're at it
Check your inbox. You've been exiled from the patrician scene.
i just like the intensity of real skramz i suppose. it must match some hidden turmoil within me. also i love the guitars a lot in screamo. stuff like kidcrash, pg 99, orchid, carol, ampere, and corea (among others) is really cathartic for me.
idk. it's hard to justify listening to something so angsty, i understand where a lot of people are coming from when they can't get into it.
Holy shit this album is crazy
disappointed by a lot of what's on there tbqhwy. what should i listen to next?
more screamo w/ noise stuff too. one of my favorites.
sorry sheila dealer
You guys like Outer Limits Recordings?
Anymore recs like him? Also where is the dude now? Is he still making music?
/kpg/ should be between /mu/ and RYM, imo
And it's not like people take this too seriously, but
>b) with musical training and regularly perform music
It would be better to leave that out and only consider this
>a) been listening to music seriously for 5+ years
Eventually turning that value up or down depending on how many replies these threads get
Any opinions on Riche Havens lads?
ey it's not a bad genre by any means. I've actually been meaning to get into it. I just wanted a perspective on it is all.
Nice digits boys
What does the patrician scene think of this project? First deep house album I've liked in a while desu
get the fuck out of here, you greasy NEET.
good thread, nice to see people discussing something that isn't the same old shit
I've been on a big minimal wave kick recently. Does anyone have any recs?
Probably is. Would be surprised. These types are always in the same scene. I think Ariel Pink is in one of OLR songs too.
It's fantastic. Think Secret Abuse but less ominous/noisy and more dreamy.
fucking this, that pic is just "chart general"-core
the whole idea of /advanced/ general is stupid, so far all it is is a more pretentiously labeled "If I like this what else will I like' thread
If /mu/ needs a specific thread for everything that isn't /mu/core and meme shit, the cancer is terminal
that said, I'm always looking for stuff like pic related
What is the point of these threads? For how long this has been a thing?
'allo n v n
that one looks more appealing i'd say, thx
arbitrarily defining cutoffs like that seems kinda pointless to me, maybe even counterproductive because what >>61842305 said
make it some variation of "underdiscussed and obscure music releases and brances, those that would not be able to sustain a thread by themselves", and be done with it
some good noise rock for ye
Zipcode Rapists AKA the edgiest underground band to ever exist. Has Gregg Turkington on the mic and Not Gregg Turkington on the guitar
Listen to this pavement cover and tell me its not better than the original
Honor song mention: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jVVJRT-3uIY
The s/t is also fantastic. Check out this band if you like them.
comfy chinese acoustic guitar music
reposting this from /noise/ cause it doesn't quite go there and I'm hoping one of yall can help me out
in a recent 5x5 thread one of the guys gave me some recs for long spoken word stories backed by minimalist occasionally noisy drones
I know there are some power electronics bands that do this kind of thing, iirc the title track off blue rabbit is an example. I'm particularly interested in not-super-edgy occult focused narratives though. I'm aware that the second link is edgy/disturbing as shit but musically it's really cool. does anyone know anything like this? id love to find more.
well idk if its *noise* but your post brings to mind Alvin Lucier's I Am Sitting in a Room
Hell ya. I think a lot of their fans felt alienated with Burning Mountains even though the band was stepping up their game intellectually with how they approach songwriting. Great album.
>the patrician council
up there with the inalienable dreamless and prowler in the yard for me
If you don't listen to Shimmy Rivers and And Canal then listen to this
Fucking love it.
this is really cool but I was looking for a narrative in the spoken word. I'mma -download this though cause I love this kind of degenerative recording-process experimentation type stuff
this is exactly what I was looking for, thanks man
also this, I love Moore's voice
does anybody know any drone rock/punk
something like pic related
you might like this
though isn't really occult it's surreal take on the story of 2 lovers
17, most of them were at least somewhat interesting.
they're popular in certain circles
November, 74-76, Fog Tropes (not even best Ingram Marshall btw), Riedaiglia, Auralgraphic Entertainment, Ohayo Hoahio, The Rubaiyat Of Dorothy Ashby, KMH (awful music by a awful ''''composer'''' who is a complete joke outside of RYM btw), Limbus 4, Music For Living Sound, A Cry From The Earth, Shintokumaru
12 - patrician
generally pretty good, saved for future reference.
If I love the first track of this, hat /advanced/ will I like?
Really enjoyed this from a few years ago, the great blend of funk and African styles was great.
agreed, have you read the stuff on his website? It offers an insight into his music and he also has a philosophy section that's worth reading as well
my AOTY last year, a great collection of melancholic tunes, enchanted by it's poor audio quality
i know unwound is pretty huge in the post-hardcore world and beyond but i don't think they get talked about much on here.
this is my favorite by them
This songs is great but I cant find the whole album. On rym it says its got 7 songs but this guy has 4.
I'm so advanced, that I've gone beyond advanced.
I like to NOT listen to music, as a way of listening to music. Basically, I listen to the world around me as if I was listening to an album.
The mcdonalds in huddersfield town is one of my favourite anti-albums. I like the nice beep noises coming from behind the counter, and the chatter of the people surrounding me as I chew my tasty meal. Very good.
One of my other favourites is manchester airport, very good anti-album.
Sad Sappy Sucker Chokin On A Mouthful Of Lost Thoughts
I'll help you out. close your Slsk client for a minute
who else /noisecore/ in here? pic related makes my butthole pucker up
post a link to your fav song
im currently listening to whatever i can find and im not feeling it
sounds like fka twigs or purity ring mixed with the knife which isnt as cool as it sounds
I thought /mu/ already had plenty of meme words for sad lowbrow/middlebrow teens who pretend to be highbrow.
Haven't been on /mu/ in a few months, but unwound was bordering on meme status for a while. Not sure now.
of course. this thread is more of a next step kinda thing. for those who still love /mu/core/p4kcore/pop but want something a little off the beaten path, ya dig?
what are some good music-focused field recording artists? the only one I know of with a significant discography is Francisco Lopez. others such as stephen p mcgreevy or olhon have small discographies, or are not musically focused like Toshiya Tsunoda or most of the animal call recordings. By music focused I mean that the tracks are normal to long length (unlike animal call recordings) and not excessively broken up with jarring silence (Toshiya Tsunoda does this sometimes). I'd be particularly interested in recordings of things humans typically can't hear, either because it's in some exotic location that we cannot reach or because it's a wave that the human ears can't detect.
i hate to post this because this chart has all of the wrong intentions but it is essentially a pretty good chart
Can anyone here rec me some more jazz-influenced post-rock shit similar to Isotope 217 or HIM or Chicago Underground Trio? I shared an album by CUT in a thread a couple days ago, looking for more similar. Basically early Tortoise but with more jazz influences.
it's a shame that there is so many bad metalcore bands that essentially muck up the entire genre. its cool to find gems like this
idk if this is discussed a lot on /mu/ as i am rarely on here
so is /advanced/ music pretty much everything that isn't p4kcore or /mu/core?
most of them are just albums that have become memes on rym but you should be able to find something you'll like on there
Well, it's Basque so I guess that's good.
Which genres would you call /advanced/?
I've have only listened to Daikanjyo and that was like 2 days ago. Decent, though.
>Juan Mari Goikoetxea and Joxe Mari Beltran
I must be the most patrician in the thread then.
also this https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zwCLol9eYlU
i know im not helping on the post-rock aspect, sorry anon
Yeah I'm aware of the RYM avant-teen crowd, but I'd like to give more avant-garde music a shot before I write it off as pretentious wank, plus I've liked really experimental stuff before.
all of them
every genre has its /advanced/ albums/artists, no matter what
ye I've been posting it a lot
Hopefully people are listening to it.
i dont think red kross get enough attention
i like this thread
hats off to you fine people
a lost '77 trashy punk classic that didnt see the light of day until 1995
>a) been listening to music seriously for 5+ years
>b) with musical training and regularly perform music
this is the fucking lamest virgin shit ive ever seen
Found this band about 2 years ago. Theyre pretty good.
>Txalaparta, trikitixa, txistu and alboka, Basque folk instruments are patriciancore
If you liked Egurraren Orpotik Dator you'll appreciate this I guess https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tHcLXVJXFjg
it is him you retarde james ferraro is fucking in outer limits recordings. why post something if you dont even know the first thing about it? its fucking sam meringue and james ferraro. its shit music by good musicians.
>I love this kind of degenerative recording-process experimentation type stuff
im guessing you dont actually. thats the first thing anybody hears when they are in to degenerative recording process experimentation. you cant be into it without knowing that piece....
No. Those noise textures were annoying as hell, and I love noise.
nobody said that
it just turned out to be a thread of music people legitimately enjoy that doesnt get a lot of attention amongst the same old shit that is posted all the time here
i understand the pretentiousness behind the OP but the fact that it led to some actual music discussion is promising, and why would you want to detract from that?
what is wrong with you?
you sound like your 14. of course theres a thread for people to prove they are more knowledgeable about art than others and look down on people who are less aware. thats the realm of all art critcism and academia in gereal. if you dont like people challenging themselves and others with difficcult music why listen to music? for mindless enjoyment?
You realize enjoyment isn't necessarily mindless right? I like experimental stuff specifically because I enjoy it, not because it's challenging. That's just a byproduct of the music itself.
I agree with you, but like I said to the poster, sadly, a lot of people do mindlessly listen to music (in the background or at work) and don't really get to take not of everything that's happening.
sorry what? explain to me where you are using your mind? of course its possible to lsiten to experimental music simply because you like how it sounds. i listen to it because i like to think criticially of the world and to be exposed to new philosophical questions presented through sonic media.
Music is the inferior art form for philosophical examination. I listen to it for purely aesthetic purposes.Philosophical examination, when present, is a nice bonus and nothing more.
Spastic Ink - Ink Complete
One of the most rythmically elaborate albums I know of. Just drums, bass and two guitar tracks. The whole thing was composed via note sheets sent by mail (thus the band name).
literally haven't heard of a single one, and stopped listening to /mu/core years ago. Where do I start, just picking random albums and listening? If there was a list sorted by genre it would be helpful
Go for it man, look at as it as an opportunity to hear new music instead of a gateway to being patrician though, if you've been on /mu/ as long as you say you have, you probably know that already though.
Check out Blotted Science. Same guitarist (Ron Jarzombek), drummer is Hannes Grossmann (Necrophagist, Obscura) and Alex Webster on bass (Cannibal Corpse). So it's got a bit more extreme metal influence:
Beginning of the first song on drums only (by Hannes himself):
I'll just say 'holy shit'
like a redneck version of the residents
listening now. pretty goofy and intense.
Anyone here into brass heavy funk?
I love this kind of stuff
Doesn't seem like it. He usually gets into specific kinds of arguments in threads like these, but I don't see any traces of that.
Same stuff, but way more upbeat and fun!
There's also Behold... The Arctopus