Why cant hispanics into goid music?
ITT: We post the music equivalent of animes. I'll start:
Is there a picture on the internet that better portrays /mu/ than this?
I think it covers all the bases quite nicely
What else should I check out by him? Are there any other albums/ artists with jazz this noisy, pounding and abrasive?
>"Machine Gun (may 1968), performed by an octet with three saxophonists (Broetzmann, Willem Breuker, Evan Parker), piano (Fred Van Hove), two basses (Kowald and Buschi Niebergall), two drummers (Han Bennink and Johansson)."
Can we all move on? /mu/ hasn't had an honest discussion about this album in years. Why is it still considered /mu/core? We recanted /mu/core status to albums like hospice and itcock because of the lack of discussion, why can't we do it for this one?
The fact that this thread will get less than 10 replies before 404ing is further proof
threads get made about this album literally every day
>We recanted /mu/core status to albums like hospice and itcock because of the lack of discussion, why can't we do it for this one?
because it's already been discussed to death. say anything about the album and it has already been said 100 times over
ITT: Universally bad genres
Musicians that were 25 or older before they started releasing music
gf just broke up with me
give me some albums that will fucking wreck me
>walk into classroom
add me up
how are my fellow #gamers doing in dark souls 3
im getting fucked up by the skeletons in the catacombs
haven't seen this talked about in a while
this is one of the best albums of all time
Let's have a thread all about Nekrophile Rekords. Does /mu/ like anything from this label?
Nekrophile was an Austrian music label founded by Michael Dewitt, in the early 1980s. The label specialized in ritual, industrial, and what we would now call "dark ambient" music, with a distinctly 80's sensibility. In general, the artists were not above using simple synth effects of the day.
They put out a handful (eight by my count) of casettes during the mid-1980s, generally in limited editions, and featuring similar artwork. Most of this material was later re-pressed in CD and sometimes vinyl form, with the help of third-party labels. But everything derives originally from the eight above tapes.
Since Austria borders Italy, the label also featured artists from there. Nekrophile is also notable for having released early material from Coil, and a Genesis P-Orridge split project with "Stan Bingo". Furthermore the most notorious release, Zero Kama's "The Secret Eye of L.A.Y.L.A.H.", has become slightly internet-famous again in the past few years. According to the liner notes, it was purportedly recorded using human skulls and bones as musical instruments.
a quick look through their discogs page tells me I've listened to a handful of stuff they've put out and I thought it was all at least passable ritual industrial. zero kama is one of my favorites from the genre.
THIS track has really been sticking in my craw for the last few days. LAShTAL, "Nu Iside":
And as you can see from pic related, the artwork on the cassettes was very uniform. Lots of the artists had at least some interest in Crowley (founder Dewitt sure did), so Crowley permeates the whole label.
Basically, since there's only 8 tapes, I've set myself a project of collecting these tracks....
If you killed yourself to the last song that you listened to..
What will people think of you when they find your lifeless body and that song playing in the background on repeat?
>Band has two drummers