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It's this weird progressive trippy thing. I spent a whole lot of time on it so I'm pretty proud of it.
I return feedback.
>genre: it's christmas yo
Singer/songwriter lookin for feedback on the new song luv u guys merry Christmas
Bandcamp thread, bitches
>death pop / electroclash / chiptune
>progressive rock, instrumental
Thanks for the listens and downloads, really appreciated!
>the one thread where i post critical reviews is deleted immediately
>Plunderphonics, Christmas, Noise
Share your ambient and post-rocking feels.
AOTY? Best new artist? let's hear the good stuff.
Is this our new general essentials then?
I've not heard a valid criticism against it yet.
>Go on Omegle
>put music as an interest
>report back with results
1. Give Life Back to Music
2. The Game of Love
3. Giorgio by Moroder
5. Doin' it Right
1. Boring Angel
3. Inside World
4. Still Life
5. Chrome Country
3. Instant Crush
4. Get Lucky
5. Doin' it Right
Yup, It's that thread again. C'm on /mu/ let's celebrate the lovely ladies of music.
My friend listens to nothing but metalcore and I think it's garbage. Are there any redeeming qualities of the genre? Any groups I should be looking out for?
Parkway Drive - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dNvOVey0MSs
Pandora's Dawn - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CWxDrwwu_0c
All That Remains (2008 and earlier) - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gGtW4AFyLyM
Molotov Solution - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mTUMfUTK5gw
Merry Christmas, /mu/.
Now, I've noticed a fair bit of recent jazz missing from the conversation. Sure, we talk about old jazz (milescoltranethelistgoeson), but I never see jazz making it into anybody's end of year album list. I'm hoping that maybe a couple of these records might find their way in yours.
I'm not just going to dump everything, because I don't want the truly good stuff to go missing. So I've curated my top 20 jazz albums of the year and uploaded them to zippy. At the end, I'll give a list of everything that didn't...
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1. Ambrose Akinmusire - The Imagined Saviour is Far Easier to Paint
>modern post-bop trumpet quintet, Blue Note, my AOTY any genre
2. Brian Blade & The Fellowship Band - Landmarks
>post-bop/folk jazz saxophone quintet
3. Jerome Sabbagh - The Turn
Hi, I'm gonna post some albums again
Wyatt, Atzmon, Stephen - For the Ghosts Within
> Robert Wyatt revisits some old work, explores some jazz standards and there's also some original material; backed up by sax and strings
please don't request in my thread, kudasai
>I'm not Annie Annie Annie Annie Annie
Is this supposed to be a funny joke or something?
UK Garage edition
>called joy division
>songs are sad
Any 10/10 music documentaries that you'd recommend? I'm on Christmas break from college, and would love to have a nice list to watch.
this is really good, documentary itself is as minimal hypnotically paced as the music throughout
"We Don't Care About Music Anyway".
Highlights the modern Japaneses Avant-garde music scene. Here's the trailer: