>soundtrack for the future
Alt R&B + Glitch + Vaporwave = The Future
>anything on that list besides OPN and Death Grips
Why is NOTM not on here?
Also, add That's Harakiri by Sd Laika, Two/Three by Dabrye, Black Up by Shabazz Palaces, The Cold Vein by Cannibal Ox, The Ziggurat by The Constructus Corporation, Millions Now Living Will Never Die by Tortoise, Reachin' by Digable Planets (consider that this came out the same year as 36 Chambers), Spiderland by Slint, Silencing Machine by Nachtmystium, Souvlaki Space Station by Slowdive, Boy In Da Corner by Dizzee Rascal, Music For 18 Musicians by Steve Reich, etc...
How about some album titles buddy
I want to know what the second one is with the smiley face, the one to the left of arca, the yellow people one is, the one next to mac+ and everything on the bottom but Ben Frost and Burial
Sophie - Lemonade/Hard
Gunge - WET LOOK
Hannah Diamond - Attachement
The Knife - Shaking the Habitual
Laurel Halo - Quarantinr
0PN - R plus seven
Jam City - Classical Curves
Arca - &&&&&
Death Grips - Government Plates
Tim Hecker - Virgins
James Ferraro - Sushi
Dean Blunt - Black Metal
the rest dont fucking belong here anyway
but nok from the future bottom left is pretty great
thanks man, does hannah diamond actually have a full album out or just singles? Still curious about those bottom ones though, I might just google image search them, it'd be a pain.
just singles for hannah diamond.
bottom row from left:
Cex- actual fucking
burial - rival dealer
ag cook - personal computer music
kuedo - severant
ben frost - a u r o r a
but these are hardly 'forward thinking'
/f - pq:f
Amnesia Scanner - ANGELS RIG HOOK
d/p/i - 08.DD.15
or some of these:
All the shit is literally flavor of the month with little to none cultural reference in the future. Burial is fucking jungle for fucks sake, you gotta be kidding me...
Alright you can't deny that Mahmoud Awad is a soundtrack for the future.
Welcome to /mu/, your meme is shit btw.
OP here, that >>54937270 >>54937600 wasn't me
Gunge - Wet Look
Pet Sounds was already outdated upon release. There were tons of albums that where alike before and after.
and what ways? the compositional style of pet sounds still remains one of a kind especially in terms of pop music, where every instrument is a part of a harmony and every part was so well thought.
For example, the bass parts almost never plays the root note, it usually just plays chord tone and sometimes not even chord tones but just notes from the scale. Brian did that to make the bass more of a harmonic instrument rather than a rhythmic one. The melodies also pretty much never revolves around the tonic (same with the vocal harmonies, and same with the strings and the additonal instruments). Everything about is so well thought and complex, but yet sounds pretty simple and most importantly absolutely beautiful.
I'd love it if you can show me an artist/album that uses this style of compositional structure before (lol) or after pet sounds.
Put Yeezus back on you pussy. That album is extremely forward thinking and post-ironic, post-post-modern. Also pic related.
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You forgot to add this
>having half of an album on the list
I really think TMS should be replaced with NOTM, in my honest opinion.
Also, that's cool that Biophilia is on there because that's one of her best even though it gets shit on all the time.
I'd put RIP on there over Ghettoville personally, Ghettoville is a little less abstract and has more obvious reference points (R&B, techno, hip-hop)
bartholomaus traubeck - years
this guy took some trees and transformed the lines of the wood into sound. music directly based on plants is the future.
if this is not forward thinking then I am an egg
literally the least funny and laziest meme on /mu/