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
Don't be offended, this is not meant to be pretentious, its just some of us have moved past the general essentials, p4k BNM and the latest hype album and have more developed tastes. No /mu/core, BNM, Fantanocore or chart music allowed.
What music have you been enjoying lately?
previous thread >>61842199
from the last bread:
Caroliner Rainbow Open Wound Chorale - Rise of the Common Woodpile
basically a redneck version of the residents
Ok, for the last time I'll throw in NEOANDERTALS.
So far I've rarely - if ever - got a reply to this. It's experimental death metal (?) about neanderthals, with only bass, drums and vocals. The rythms are abstract, melody is replaced by percussive textures. On some level it's the core of what people find "brutal" in extreme metal, even though I'm not sure whether to call them metal at all.
I'm curious if some will actually reply and whether it'll be the usual "bleh it's disgusting noise" ranting or actual interest.
yeah it reminds me of the music you hear in old kung fu movies
probably cause that's what it is
for the next one i think it would be better to not sound so exclusive with the whole musical training aspect.
i think it should just be shortened to those who want to post stuff that doesnt get much attention on /mu/ (and the other places) and those who regularly immerse themselves in such music.
but. alas, i am not OP and maybe the pretentiousness has attracted the stragglers as well as the shitposters who ultimately keep bumping the thread
just a thought, though
i spent the whole day on this blog monrakplengthai.blogspot.c o m , listening to old thai pop music
some are interesting desu (I would sampl them as much as possible if I could)
havent heard much from the genre at all, would like to, too
heard pic related and the odd single but idk
anyone know some good comps or sth?
on another note, this type of stuff, yo:
some truly excellent post-punk/gothic rock from Spain
If anyone wants a download, I posted this to a share thread not too long ago, enjoy
Chicago Underground Trio - Possible Cube (1999)
>If you like Tortoise or Do Make Say Think this should be downloading on your computer right now
any love for Piphat?
check out the blog braingoreng too, they have mostly straight classical stuff (lots of Piphat and Gamelan) but also have a fair amount of "contemporary" (usually 60's through 80's) stuff as well
i'll put some of that up probably
there was also that cool Rough Guide To Psychedelic Cambodia release last year that was pretty groovy stuff
Haven't had much time for music lately, but I've been really enjoying these lately
So is /advanced/ just the new meme word for "patrician"
>mfw even /mu/ follows the Apollonian/Dionysian cycle
Caroliner is fantastic, especially I'm Armed With Quarts of Blood
Check out Amps for Christ - Circuits
And of course the African Scream Contest
Just stopped in this thread to say Grimes - Art Angels is my favorite album of the last 6 years
It's nearly perfect
Wrong link, meant to post this song
>Rough Guide To Psychedelic Cambodia
nice, I'll check! I have already some good compilations of Cambodgian 60s rock.
I love the sound of the electric phin
https://youtu.be/-R2VOyou-cg (i think it's Khun Narin's Electric Phin Band)
the guitars in this are absolutely wild sounding.
"drone metal" from 1994
if only it were so easy
damn this awesome
its cool to meet someone else who likes southeast asian music
Caroliner is truly the strangest band I've ever heard
I'm most of the way there in terms of overall appreciation but they're honestly some deep shit
Separately, but remaining under the 'raw psychedelia' umbrella, I cherish the works of Eric Copeland, in particular Alien in a Garbage Dump and the Al Anon EP
>anyone know some good comps or sth?
https://rodriguez.bandcamp.com/album/cold-fact (highly rec if you haven't heard)
we can't let it die, boys!
old man gloom - christmas
they have the best facebook page for a sludge metal band
Even though it's really simple and straightforward music, I'll recommend Buckethead - Pike #220 - Mirror Realms
Less guitar wankery, more soothing acousic chords, slightly more interesting bass work. Simply beautiful music from an insane mind.
>Alien in a Garbage Dump
Really digging this so far, it's like if Follow the Sound dropped the 90's club aesthetic and went all out with sampling.
the horn stabs in this one are pretty glorious
this channel seems promising so far
another one: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=allB2VKX5YI
ty n v n
It's not uploaded on youtube, but Neoanderthals' third album, Australopithecus, is purely instrumental (meaning bass and drums, nothing else). It's a jam recorded in a garage back then, it's far more relaxed, funky, even otherworldly jazzy at times.
I don't have to say anything
Los Belkings https://youtu.be/3_ny6laeB9Y
>instrumental Peruvian surf
one of the best underrated surf band imho
pretty good indeed
>damn this awesome
I love how this band is just a wedding band: it plays for religious processions too
First time I heard it was on my iPod with the Al Anon EP right after. I was stoned, drunk as shit, and literally half a world away in a ratchet hostel at three in the morning. You can't imagine the size of my shit-eating grin. Perfect stuff.
Maybe you're right, whatever. I just like to challenge my mind, listening to new, explorative sounds, to experience atmospheres and emotions I rarely feel. Varied music as contained here shows me how diverse and alive the music scene is, you just have to dig deep enough.
That probably sounds pretentious as shit but it's just my honest opinion.
In case this isn't well known here: Bohren & Der Club of Gore
They play some sort of ambient jazz, mellow and sad, slow and embracing. You either get it or you don't, there's no exceptional (technical) musicianship, no elaborate layered compositions, but it might just grab you and pull you down for a comforting grief.
>that specific feelio when you will never see TFUL282 play a cover of Holidays for Strings live
Who /transcended/ here?
Good album. Sometimes I just wanna feel like a despondent, alcoholic detective who has his job on the line and is on the late nite prowl, operating on a hunch that he might catch the purp in a devious situation... but never being too sure.
""yes" - anon, 2015" - anon, 2016
>not getting the irony
>looking down on others like that
Fair enough. I see the point, but I just find it a kond of wanker thing to do to create a special thread for people who listen to 2deep5u music. I guess there's not really many places to go if that's what you're into, though.
Thank you for entertaining my shitpost, lads. My life is now validated and once again has meaning in the emotional void that is our world
I stumbled on this thread out of curiosity, but it's actually neat to have less shitposting, less of the same 'ol stuff and just more passionate music from a huge variety of genres. Yeah it's a bit edgy to have a separate thread for it, but it's actually working. Having a look on the past two threads the quality of the posts also dramatically increased and I've got hope that there will be more threads like this in the future.
Ebin meme shitposting in /mu/ context can be fun, but it's enlightening to have some threads who consistenly contain low levels of sarcasm and hate and actually on-topic posts.
Final post for today: Bethlehem - Hexakosioihexekontahexaphobia
I honestly don't know how to categorize this. Metal/industrial/experimental. Not in-your-face, but the weirdness creeps up your legs over time.
LAD i am here to say that this is some next level IRONY and to be quite frank with you i am A LITTLE FREAKED OUT. if you could please tone it down so i can stop being A LITTLE FREAKED OUT that would be something that could be described as a+ in my BOOKS
Fair enough. I might be back here some day when I'm numb to normal music, but for now /mu/ seems to think my taste is pretty pleb, so we'll see. There definitely does seem to be less shitposting (excuse me).
aren't rammstein categorized as NDH or some shit? it's been a while since I last thought about them but that's what my acquaintance in highschool was really passionate about them being called.
Add some Devin Townsend, black metal in general and turn the melancholy up 200%. I love how this album basically lacks most features you'd want to have on a metal recording and instead does everything different.
Took me a while to appreciate it, but it's worth it.
some japanese speedy noise rock
uploading it rn (since it has been deleted… maybe I shouldn't use zippy after all)
Oh wait those are related
There goes my non sequitur cred