If you had to choose between Aphex Twin or Squarepusher to listen to for the rest of your life (OR, you can't listen to one of them anymore), which would you choose? Whose discography is better?
Since Damogen Furies just came out, did you think it was better than SYRO?
And anything else you want to talk about, really. Just keep it about Warp artists or people in those kinds of styles.
Yeah definitely Aphex Twin. Both have a lot of material but RDJ has to have a good 40-50 hours of music out, you'd never get bored. Plus more variety of styles, plus amusing sense of humor, just better in almost every way
Music you grew out of.
Video game soundtracks that made you cry like a girl
Oh, many game soundtracks make me cry. not sure if like a girl though, what makes a certain cry a girly cry?
I cried to this
Some tracks off the OSTs of Ico (You Were There, especially), Chrono Trigger (Corridors Of Time), Journey, Bastion (Setting Sail), 999/Virtue's Last Reward (Blue Bird Lamentation), Shadow Of The Collossus (The Sunlit Earth), yeah.
A handful of Touhou songs get me kinda emotional too, funnily enough. There's probably a lot more, but I can't think of much rn
Hey /mu/, what do you think of the 2000s
I personally think it was a good decade for music.
Alicia Keys- No One
Leona Lewis - Bleeding Love
The Black Eyed Peas - Where Is The Love?
show me examples of jazz influenced post-punk, please
In honor of Columbine, post sum music kids like ReB and VoDkA would listen to
>nine inch nails
>Atari Teenage Riot
ITT: post your favourite synth/electronic keyboard porn
I heard this debut on dronezone. It's got nothing but analog synths. Sounds incredible. Not sure what some of Roach's more well known works are but I think he still uses analog synths on all of them.
Yes. Sorry for using the crude colloquialism for generically enjoyable things. It's the first thing that comes to my mind when I hear great keyboards.
Aaaaaand this is anon's room, he's big into music.
>TFW this happened to me.
>I was listening to Blur.
>The Great Escape.
>Mr. Robinson's Quango.
>The fucking part where Damon goes "OH! I'M A NAUGHTY NAUGHTY BOY!"
I don't know how I managed to not kill myself.
Who has the best use of sampling in music?
Also, has there ever been effective sampling in rock music?
J dilla is sick, also Kids & Explosions is a neat mashup project
>mfw 'progressive' rock is rock that doesn't sound the same the whole way through the song
>mfw 'math' rock is just rock that has a higher level of virtuosity than normal rock
>mfw 'ambient' is music that's not music
>mfw 'experimental' is music that's so awful we can't tell straight away that it's music
>mfw people start using the descriptive...
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well thank god none of the statements you just mentioned are true then
more artists/albums like this? i like dnb, i just cant get into black stuff like dark sun empire/noisia. Tho i feel like liquid dnb is too weak.
What are your favorite jazz albums to smoke to?
What are your favorite albums that you think were recorded under the influence?
Are there any jazz albums that you never liked until you listened to them stoned?
Any other jazz related discussion welcome as well.
Let's try not to let the thread devolve into arguments about the decision to smoke or not smoke weed. Some people like it, some people don't. That's ok.