What's the comfiest album you've ever heard, /mu/?
Nice selections, guys.
Showed this to some friends last night.. They absolutely loved it.
showed this and Amnesiac to my friend who knew about but didn't love Radiohead. She's totally getting into them.
Fighting the good fight
Henry Cow - Legend
Even the album cover is comfy!
After enough times listening to this it becomes synthetic nostalgia, just full of those moments that stick and feel. Like that sound of moving glass, the long mid-segment of Austin Texas Mental Hospital or Mulholland. Such comfort.
Try and find something comfier than this. I dare you.
Also soundtrack of pic related, even if it doesnt properly define as an album
The Moody Blues - December
The Moody Blues - Seventh Sojourn
The Moody Blues - Days Of Future Passed
deadmau5 - Random Album Title (after "Complications")
Pink Floyd - The Division Bell
Royksopp - Melody A.M.
David Gilmour - On An Island
Macintosh Plus - Floral Shoppe
Honourable mention; Pet Sounds and Speak Now
all the stress in my life melts away when I listen to this
more whimsical than it is comfy desu
also pic related or maybe some early boards of canada i dunno
No contest desu
I wouldn't call The Caretaker comfy really. I can see why you might, I just don't feel it myself.
idk about comfiest of all time, but pic related is certainly up there for me
Also this, Kyle Bobby Dunn and the Infinite Sadness
Well, inasmuch as the old jazzy type shit goes.
I haven't played it in awhile and that's what I remember most about the music in the game, so maybe my memory's faulty as to how often it's present but whatever. Great game tho, still need to play Infinite
not that other anon and I haven't played it myself but supposedly gameplay-wise it's really mediocre (the fps sections in particular)
it's a shame because from what I've heard the world itself is supposed to be fucking wonderful
I don't know, it can be kind of abrasive and dissonant, which I don't really associate with comfy
Interested in hearing these
Need to listen again
>critical of something being too whimsical
>posts sung tongs
I actually have listened to this while lounging inside on a rainy day, so I understand
For the most part
I don't know, the production is kinda raw, and the electric guitar tracks get kinda gritty.
either this or illmatic. 90s nyc rap is bretty comfy in general
Yeah, I have a ripped copy on my comp that I haven't even opened. Guess I'll be binning it
My niggas. Especially MHTRTC poster. I think TCH is overall objectively more comfy but I have a soft spot for MHTRTC due to it being my first. I think it has an eerie, sometimes unsettling tone to it that some people wouldn't classify as "comfy" necessarily
I don't have specific albums, but classical can be all kinds of comfy, very cathartic too:
I'd argue that tracks 9, 10 and 11 particularly have some wild and uncomfortable moments. Not that I don't appreciate that aspect of their music, but it's not exactly what I would call comfy.
>but I have a soft spot for MHTRTC due to it being my first
so you're saying it figuratively popped your BoC butt cherry
>I think it has an eerie, sometimes unsettling tone to it that some people wouldn't classify as "comfy" necessarily
Sure, but that side of it never really becomes overbearing. I'd say it's more melancholic than eerie. Now if you said Geogaddi, that I would agree with.
listening to this on acid in a bubble bath changed my life, would definitely recommend
listen to the FEZ soundtrack by Disasterpeace. most of it is kind of ambient chiptune and it sounds a bit like geogaddi. Don't get scared off by the more conventionally chiptune first track
While I remember checking out that soundtrack before and not really caring for it the fact that you're saying it's like Geogaddi is pretty enticing, will check it out
Also I'm fairly into chiptune so that shouldn't be a problem
there's some fucking great chiptune out there, shame that so many people see it as 'le neckbeard /v/ genre' (especially considering it's more of an aesthetic/compositional limitation rather than an actual genre)
in keeping with this thread here's a great chiptune album/compilation that has some comfy tunes on it
Don't know why, Its just really comfy..
The Disintegration Loops by William Basinski (: