Lol here are some recommendations for you people I'm so sad >>61970532 The band Paavoharju, from Finland That Mary O'Hara LP is at my local record store for like 2 bucks I like Ween a lot as well >>61970568 Robbie Basho, Lil Ugly Mane, Neu >>61970606 Chakra - Satekoso
>>61970532 >the microphones - discography nice :) Cokiyu - Your Thorn >>61970568 you cool Gil Scott Heron - Pieces of a Man Camp Lo - Uptown Saturday Night Dälek - Negro Necro Nekros Leak Bros - Waterworld >>61970606 8==D >>61970719 Tobacco - Allegheny White Fish Tapes >>61970788 SassafraZ - Time Will Tell >>61970809 >coin locker kid - traumnovelle that album was so fucking weird Prefuse 73 - One Word Extinguisher >>61970902 cool Wild Nothing - Gemini >>61970989 Gui Boratto - Chromophobia >>61971004 I heavily dig your taste Sd Laika - That's Harakiri >>61971382 The Flashbulb - Opus At The End Of Everything
>>61971552 Honestly I was in a similar spot as you in regards to the stuff I liked (and where I had found it, presumably) like a yearish ago (Mount Eerie is SO COOL) and getting recs in the chart thread might not be the best way to go yet. You should maybe explore different scenes, ie New York punk or calypso, whatever, and when you really find stuff that you enjoy, and you've developed in that way, people will be able to give you recs with a better idea of what you like. And hey if it turns out you like no genre in particular, or if you like 'em all that's AWESOME! Anyways, do whateva you want lol
Ugh I am feeling tired and weird right now due to extremely powerful sleeping medication. Sorry if the recs are kind off. If there's electronic jazzy noise rock out there gimme some recs of that please if possible.
>>61970606 Ended up doing some of my own research in terms of recent Japanese noise stuff. So far I have listened to:
My Dead Girlfriend - Hades Xinlisupreme - The First Train
these two are nice check them out if you haven't yet what do you think of them if you have checked them out? Also currently listening to Nisennenmondai 's #N/A but it's dragging so idk if I would recommend that.
>>61971821 Khanate - s/t Ben Frost - By The Throat
requesting some recs, I got some great recs in the previous thread. lately I've been getting into sadcore, indie and IDM. my favorite artists from each genre are Xiu Xiu, Mac DeMarco and Boards of Canada, respectively. similar artists would be much appreciated :)
I would rec people shit myself but whatever I recommend you, you probably will have already heard it. also, what are some other sources to discover new music? quite a few people have told me that I should try and look in places other than just /mu/ to find music
>>61975766 That's how these threads work though. It's not about being obligated, it's just being polite. Otherwise, we'll have shit like what you pull off where you say "don't rec me music" but still post your chart on here.
>>61975790 I love music recommendations, but when people go and quote everybody and recommend them albums the recommendations don't turn out to be that good because there wasn't a real intention to recommend it for a reason other than because "they had to". That's why I say "don't recommend me music". And no, that's not how these threads used to be. At least from what I remember, recommendations were less in number than nowadays.
>>61975797 There is a difference between recommending music because you think the other poster will like it and recommending music because you have to.
>>61975797 tbf recommendations aren't all the chart thread could be good for. like do /guess personality general/ for all i care, or better yet, we could turn these to lowkey /soc/ threads, now that qt culture has died. or, ykno, try discuss releases from charts
>>61975854 So...people recommending everyone because they have a genuine desire to recommend them albums don't exist? Narrow minded claim.
Well how long ago are you talking about? For the past two years it has been exactly that afaik (which I don't think there's anything wrong with since this and daily are the main threads that encourage users to listen to music new to them.)
>>61975889 >like do /guess personality general/ we do those from time to time, quite fun. >or, ykno, try discuss releases from charts I do when I find something interesting in a chart (sometimes I don't pay full attention to all of them though) >>61975854 I never recommed something lazily. If there's a chart that i don't know much about I just don't rec, that's how it should be >>61975955 this desu
>>61975955 One year ago. I'm not saying they don't exist, but I'm saying that most of them recommend because they "have to". It's not unusual to see people from time to time who complain about people who post their charts and don't recommend together with people who apologize for not being able to recommend that proves the point that most only do it out of obligation.
>>61975979 I'm not saying all the people who recommend do that, only most people who recommend a lot of stuff in a single post. One should rec only when genuinely wanting to, and not when "they have to".
Well, how about this then? Why not figure out how we can make chart threads about more than just recommending without it becoming some egotistical pissing contest? Why not figure out how instead of everyone just posting images there's actually interaction among the users in the thread?
I can see how recommending music does this as it encourages interaction while also not making the topic about just oneself, but if one wants to do something else, go for it.
>>61976032 As >>61975979 said, >I never recommed something lazily. If there's a chart that i don't know much about I just don't rec, that's how it should be Same for me, and I think most people do that. You complain about people recommending things "out of obligation"... well... if you are going to participate in a thread, you should make some type of contribution yourself. I don't think I've ever seen you make an effort to contribute in these threads.
Some of my favorite albums of all time have been recommendations from chart threads. And while more means of interaction than just recs would be nice, an album recommendation can easily turn into a music discussion, at least in my experience.
>>61976234 did you post yours anon? I wanna see what we have in common >>61976228 he means trading recs >>61976172 >I won't do that anymore and will just ignore the obvious forced recs, but still... Great.
In other news Clearlove is back on the roster and smashed vici. Dandy has been looking fucking depressed and if he wasn't for all the money he would kill himself if he spends another season in china
>>61976228 You listen to one album from my chart and I do the same for you.
>>61976234 I already gave my reasoning on why there are some people who don't have a genuine interest in giving recs. I used to give a lot of recs before, now I don't that much because I feel like these threads are overflowing with them. Yes, I have a lot of recs as favorites, but it's annoying when you have around ten recs per thread from people who don't even care about it. I want a little bit more of selection when it comes to recommendations, to turn them down a little bit.
>>61975623 Hey, you are IdiotaStarosta, how nice. I remember recommending you Legend and God Says. I never really got into Bubu btw
And if you haven't listened to it, Cornelius' Fantasma was the stylistic precursor of VDC
>>61976385 I've heard fantasma many times, it's really good. A guy here described it as a mix betwen Soft Bulletin and Entroducing. >I never really got into Bubu btw that sucks, i love it >>61976414 Oh yeah, saw it. Didn't you listen to fishmans' 98 live? It includes Long Season and the best songs in Satagaya. Sato died shortly after it was recorded, and the whole release is full of emotion. I'm also glad to see some love for the Köln Concert. My dad showed it to me years ago and it's just amazing.
check out Clics Modernos even if you don't speak spanish, you'll like it I guess
>>61976475 Yeah, really dig it. My grandparents showed me the Koln Concert when I was pretty young, one of the things that got me into music in fact. If you haven't heard it already, check out Work and Non Work by Broadcast.
>>61977119 The depreciation guild is kind of like it but not as glitchy, more chip tune-ish. An album that has the same glitchiness and female vocals is 28 by Aoki Takamasa and Tujiko Noriko. And if you just want a good shoegaze album I would recommend "Blaze Down His Way Like the Space Show" by Burrrn.
>>61975766 Are these the only albums you've ever listened to? 'cause for the sort of person who enjoys TMR, Ys, Flying Teapot, Torture Garden, Faust and Angherr Shisspa Couldn't possibly have listened to any other great music and still consider Black Sabbath, Led Zeppelin, The Beatles, The Prodigy or really about half your chart to be any good at all. That's just silly.
Do you think suicide is ever justified? I honestly don't really ever recall liking being alive or any of the stuff that comes along with it, and I feel like I'm reaching the end of my rope, but at the same time I'd feel bad if I killed myself for some reason. I mean unlike most people I'm actually pretty terrible to be around. I'm extremely bitter and angry, borderline abusive to a lot of my family members, I have little regard for others, and I have a tendency towards being intentional annoying/say weird and or fucked up things for attention, on top of being an intrapersonal mess. Yet I still have this strange delusion that someone would miss me when in reality very little people have ever treated me with at least some basic decency. I really come to wonder that if I don't take my own life in the next few months or years if I'll be old and alone still thinking the same things. I guess it's funny how when I was little I had this naive optimism that everything would work out alright despite all the fucking bizarro crap I've had to put up with and as I've gotten older I went from being disappointed and hurt by others to only disappointing and hurting myself. Isn't that just ironic?
>>61974393 >Not a single Toby Driver album >Not a single Jim O'Rourke album >Not a single John Zorn album >Not a single Ed Wynne album >Not a single Yoshida Tatsuya album >Only one of Yamantaka Eye's groups' albums >No Uncle Meat Absolutely terrible.
>>61978427 i believe that the option to end your own life is everyones basic human right that being said you shouldnt kill yourself because you think it might have an effect on anyone else, you should do it if you personally dont want to live. youre only deciding factor should be wether or not you want to die
>>61978867 >not in my favorites Pungent Effulgent, Choirs of the Eye, Torture Garden, Hyderomastgroningem just aren't as good as midori, fig 5, music to eat and twin infinitives to you? Is that seriously what you're saying?
>O'Rourke is overrated His steamroom releases, and collabs with Ambarchi, Merzbow, Prime, Prevost, Renberg, Fennesz, Tri-Dim, Sakata, Winant, Moore, Shelley and Marhaug are some of the most innovative, intriguing releases in the last 30 years.
>>61979391 >Everything is entirely subjective >There is nothing plebeian about thinking Midori is better than Choirs of the Eye, it's just one person's taste and that doesn't mean he doesn't understand music, it just means he thinks differently about it and experiences it differently This is what humanities majors genuinely believe.
>>61979669 >strawman >wah wah he doesn't think this album I like is the superior one
You know, I like every artist you mentioned minus Jim who is all "innovation" with not where near the care for actual songwriting/composition. But you are so hell bent on wanting me to put those artists on my chart or lambast me for not having them it's pathetic.
At this point I really do hope I am getting memed because this is a special level of stupid.
>>61979719 I couldn't care less what albums are on your chart. You seem to think the albums you mentioned are the best ones in their combination of post-rock, post hardcore and math rock, and you think you're justified in saying that simply because it's like totally one's opinion, man, no right or wrong answers etc.
But that's just wrong, the argument for subjectivity is entirely valid, within bounds which you are not limiting yourself to. I could argue that *insert popular temporary pop musician here* is the greatest songwriter of all times, but when justifying why I think that artist is a better songwriter than any of the great songwriters in the history of published music, all I'll say is "I like the words", that makes it retarded, as retarded as your argument is.
There's absolutely nothing wrong with enjoying and liking the albums on your chart, but to think of the worse ones on it as even remotely comparable to the albums of the artists I've mentioned simply means you're unable to comprehend their musicianship.
>Jim who is all "innovation" with not where near the care for actual songwriting/composition See: 'Full Plebeian'
>>61979805 Wanna play a new game? Your "I'll misconstrue everything pertaining to the guy I wanna bait" game's getting kinda boring. It only continues to make you look dumber and obvious in everyone else's eyes. Add something new already; entertain us with your amazing intellect!...if there's any intellect to be had that is.
>>61978423 Of course! Those albums you mention are great too (or at least, they have two songs that are almost a trascendental experience to me, like National Anthem, Harder Better, Love You To, When The Levee Breaks, Faeries Wear Boots, etc) and that's something that time won't change. If anything, those albums can only be enjoyed even more if I listened to them again.
>>61981607 Ive never heard of Yyu I'll check them out. In terms of Hudson Mohawke, His album Butter is a nice introduction, very sporadic and happy. Other than that there are some eps and stuff that are pretty acclaimed. His newest album isn't good though. Also yeah I don't ever see much Jerry paper love here but he's the bomb.
>>61978849 yeah you're pretty normie but that's okay, listen to what you like friend >>61979259 jackson c. frank - s/t Acid Mothers Temple & The Cosmic Inferno >>61979730 Wham! - Make It Big Aaliyah - One in a Million
>>61983734 Nice, was going to rec Ruins then i saw you had the guys other band on there and have probably heard them. Though if you haven't check out Stonehenge >>61979730 Shiina Ringo - Karuki Zamen Kuri no Hana >>61979259 Agent Orange - Living in Darkness Flower Travelin Band - Satori >>61977052 Ground Zero - Revolutionary Pekinese Opera Ver.1.28
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