I want to produce instrumentals similar to death grips. I have ableton, serum, and a bunch of samples for drum kits, am I on the right track?
you can make any music out of anything dude.
analog synths would help though, if you're going for that industrial sound
Best bands ever, extra point for album
trying to get into drum machines (using hydrogen)
what are some interesting albums that I should check out?
/mu/core rating thread
ITT: patrician pop artists
ITT: Post your girlfriend's favorite song/artist, and judge others
Jackie & Wilson - Hozier
Are these good?
>it's summertime. mid-june.
>the sky is blue, it's warm, and there's a slight breeze.
>you're sitting outside in a comfy chair, while your hot neighbor next door washes her car.
>some kids are playing with water guns in the street
>you have zero responsibilities that day, no appointments, day off of work, etc.
What would you be listening to?
I'm in Florida for my grandmother's funeral right now, and it's basically what you just described minus about 20 degrees, so the kids aren't out playing.
I'm listening to the GY!BE discography on shuffle with Swans - The Seer and To Be Kind in there as well. It's beautiful.
You can deny it all you want, but this guy was almost completely irrelevant before he died
>embedded album art
>Album art is a single shot of the all of the band members
>band members are all facing different directions
>Just bought a Korg R3
>No prior experience with Keyboards
>Want to make chill, dancey music similar to Twin sister.
Can any of you guys point me in the right direction as to where I should start learning? I've been looking up chord shapes and learning those but I don't know how to achieve the sound I desire.
I'm looking for something with the pace of slowcore, the sensibilities of darker gothic post punk bands or industrial or no wave. Something which sounds like your mind wandering, when you're alone and anxious in an abandoned house. Something intimate, and something that would never sound good played in a large group of people or in front of an audience.
You know, think SPK, Christian Death, Joy division, Loren Mazzacane Connors, Deux Filles, Bedhead, Low, Ilyas Ahmed, Throbbing gristle, Manic Street Preachers. Have a Nice Life doesn't count.
The Klinik - Melting Close + Sabotage
This is an ambient record, but it fits the mood you're looking for pretty well.
I would recommend
Loopy Ufo And The Excuse
Wishbone Of The Personality
Furious Icon And The Muppet
Chosen Valor Of The Irate Retro
Emperor Atom Of The Lusting Steam
Banana Across Nard
Was britpop better than grunge?
>Band is called Boards of Canada
>They're actually Scottish
>He's not original