>ITT : /blip/
/blip/ is the home for any electronic stuff that isn't brit and repetitive enough for /bleep/ or brit and not-repetitive enough for /bloop.
Post your vaporwave and other microgenres, post drone, computerized noise, and other things that /blip/.
New /blip/ album by one of the original /blip/ers
>they are not kill anymore
Nice man. I found the intedjekt EP on the vaporwave sub reddit. I think these releases and similar ones like them are doing so much for the genre as far as pushing it away from 'memewave' and just producing great tunes.
Posting the chart anon made last night.
New track, harsher than usual.
It's not. It's horribly forced, despite being based on a few interesting ideas.
Oceangrunge is pretty much the proof that it's not really possible to openly try to create a microgenre from just the aesthetic. Not anymore.
But of course,there will always be these guys to try and force it.
It's like, this concept is very limited to me. It seems that the drone aspect is very much a part of it, making it difficult to differentiate from just straight up drone music, besides the bitcrushing.
The "aesthetics" of vaporwave are very strong, have a lot of room to grow, etc.
This is just too damn edgy.
It's real and it's amazing.
This whole Saltwater thing has intrigued me.
Can you actually use saltwater as side for something like a fish dish and how would that taste and how would I get the "authentic" sea taste?
wtf is this shit?
and the fucking guy made another fucking album, the second part.
Holy fuck I knew //mu/ was such a hipster but this?? fuck
man i wanna tell you, that literally hurt me to listen to for about 30 seconds where i flipped through the "song". i mean my ears are literally in pain. maybe thats the new frontier?
If it was recorded with a lower gain level,there would be no problem.
That shit is just poorly made, probably by a dude who had no idea how to do what he was trying to do.
>inb4 it's intentional, it's an aesthetic, music must be free of so-called technical convention
Sometimes, things are considere norms for a good reason.
>music must be free of so-called technical convention
no one thinks this right? this is just a circlejerk meme on production forums right? no one really stacks 420 compressors as "art" right?
You'd be surprized.
You'd be surprized to see how many people would say that loud tracks and clipping are not problems and are the new, natural evolution of music.
You really would.
>Other pieces involve more symbolic forms of "danger", such as Nam June Paik's "Danger Music for Dick Higgins," which directs the performer to "creep into the vagina of a living whale."
>Japanese noise band Hanatarash were notable for their dangerous live shows, the most famous instance being when vocalist Yamantaka Eye drove a bulldozer through the venue at the back of the stage
It means you are FREE and it's an EDGY thing to do. You are aiming to shock the listener, and if he cannot take it, then he is just unable to appreciate the beauty of progressive music, and is just living in the past.
Yes, some people are retarded enough to think that way, and pretty much dismiss anything that could be related to a "convention" or "norm" of some kind.
That also leads to people saying that all music instruments are worth the same thing, composition and notation methods are holding their freedom of artistic expression back, etc.
>I personally suggest adjusting your EQ so that the bass is lower and the treble is higher before you listen to this. For some reason there was a mastering error which resulted in a muddy sound; if you adjust it properly the guitars will be much more apparent, and it will sound better all around.
There is a warning to use equalizers on this music. I just... what?
i'm the guy who made the chart last night, i'm not Idknesxwfk, i just put some random albums that anons named to me, that's why the chart is so horrible.
btw yaoi life is great, start / finish is better tho
jesus christ dont even write that name. if youre not a /bleep/-tard, just know that he's the most subhuman shitposter ever. has consistently derailed those threads with garbage and people keep falling for it
>lol yaoi life trying so hard to viral his shitty album, what a terrible chart
if only he put that much effort in making music <:^)
i guess its easier to make memes
>mfw people are fighting over an dead vaporwave artist
This is the only oceangrunge I know of with any semblance of production quality and skill. It's a pretty cool album, I recommend listening to it. I don't see how it isn't just dark ambient music though, but whatever.
Greatest oceangrunge/vaporwave releases:
Les Baxter - Ritual of the Savage
Fatima Al Qadiri - Asiatisch
Jam City - Classical Curves
Jai Paul - S/T
Alcest - Souvenirs d'un autre monde
Medwyn Goodall - The Way of The Dolphin
Mort Garson - Music for Plants
Raury - Indigo Child
Ultrademon - S/T
Mater Suspiria Vision - Second Coming
D.Lissvik - 7trx+Intermission
JJ - no. 2
Gatekeeper - EXO
Rustie - Glass Swords
Hudmo - Butter
Farrah Abraham - My Teenage Dream Ended
Wesley Willis - Greatest Hits vol.2
Die Antwoord - Ten$ion
>Farrah Abraham - My Teenage Dream Ended
Post of the year, every year.
rather than posting new albums or anything, the single album is frequently updated with more and more songs. Think of it like a webcomic for your ears