Upload ones you've made, and/or ones you've saved. I think flowcharts are great for people wanting to get into a certain musician or band's discography. I actually made a few. Some input would be great on them, thanks! The first one, pic related, is shit though.
This is my holy grail, and for the most part the contents on my iphone
Post-Punk. Found on some other flowchart thread.
Well that makes zero sense. How is the instrumentation in Funeral similar to The Suburbs? If you enjoyed the lyricism on Funeral, you may enjoy the Suburbs - seeing how they both largely deal with transitioning into adulthood - but there's nothing immediately similar about the instrumentation. Funeral's instrumentation is much more robust and orchestral, whereas The Suburbs is more expeditious and poppy.
I suppose so. I'm kind of picky when it comes to listening to music generally, so I guess I wanted people to find what they like in albums from a new band/musician they want to get into.
Then why the fuck do they say "made by kissy" in the corner? Are you just that desperate to be looked that you will either lie about but making them or actually steal other people's images in hope people will like them? What the fuck is the point in that
In desperate need of a Wolf Eyes chart.
Come on guys, this should've been an essential by now.
Not that anyone needs a chart to listen to Taylor Swift but here is one anyway
Has anyone ever made a Nine Inch Nails flowchart, /mu/?
I've tried to do one, but they all end up being either uninformative, incoherent or too messy.
i love this, ty
I saved this one a while ago, not as specific in its reasoning as a lot of others but the general ideas work out.
No, but there's this. I'd recommend starting with New Order's Power, corruption and lies
I don't have a flowchart but you should probably start with 1, 2, or 3, and then listen in chronological order just to see how his sound evolves.There's an album or two that are just covers that are probably safe to skip. I also didn't listen to his country stuff and I think those are full of covers too.
Still half-ashamed of this, but someone might find it useful.
yeah for real. someone needs to do this. lord knows though it would be a challenge to pick about 10 of their +800 of their records (not including the insane number of side projects) to give a groundwork for getting into these guys.
Get Scott 4 AND Tilt first. You can't just start with one Scott Walker album, his early and late periods are completely different from each other.
>is there an essential drone chart?
1-create a new rym account.
2-Rate the most rated drone releases (or for the sake of simplificy the best rated ones with drone genre), until you receive some recommendation.
3-Continue rating the recommendations
3.1-If you stop receive recommendations, go back and listen to most rated drone albums you didnt rated yet (or for the sake of simplicity the best rated ones) until you receive recommendations
Why even bother making one of the most famous musicians in the world?
Same goes for >>48984383, >>48984415, >>48984374 with 4 or less albums.
Or Can Ox or Return to the 36 chambers or Supreme Clientele or Miseducation of Lauryn Hill
They could just lead off from funcrushplus, 36chambers, and the score respectively as well
still a really good chart.
Just updated this morning to account for the new album.
Hey, I just wrote a guide + flowchart for Sonic Youth if anyone's interested. Comments and constructive criticism are welcome.
>more commercial than
Overall, I think you've got a nice chart there, but I just can't get behind your description of Goo compared to Daydream Nation. Your progression is pretty good, but I just don't think those two albums fit nicely into your flow of their discography.
What if I don't think "good! more!" after I listen to Goo. Am I just fucked and in a dead end?
Same with Murray Street, Sonic Nurse, Rather Ripped, and The Eternal.
and Sister and Evol.
Goo is actually one of my favourite Sonic Youth albums, but I know not everybody feels the same about it — I tried to sum up the different things I had heard about it.
Backtrack and try something different.