I don't get vaporwave. If the genre is a paradoy or critique of consumerism do people legitimately like it or is it just art that's meant to be appreciated as art and not music?
Because if you're meant to buy into the empty corporate sound of it as critique but also enjoy it as music isn't the entire genre inherently hypocritical? You're enjoying exactly what you're opposing.
I do enjoy pic related, but for the most part this whole "movement' really confuses me. Maybe someone can clear it up.
>walking through an aquarium
Last one died, post links to Japanese music here, as well as requests, libraries/collections of Japanese music etc.
ITT: music to play on top of mountains at night
1:15 AM bandcamp thread!!!!
Just released my first acoustic album, can someone rate / give me cc? Will return feedback!
Posting for our King while he's away :'(
What will come after vaporwave?
ITT: Rock albums from 2009 onward that are actually creative, unique, and are not more revivalism. Proof to me that there are rock is not dead at a creative level.
I don't have any examples, so pic related
>no /darkshit/ general
post goth rock, industrial, darkwave, witch house, and the like
What's the musical equivalent of A Clockwork Orange?
IT'S SATURDAY, BITCHES!
You know what this means. Show your homework. Post your bleeps, talk 'bout da production, criticize.
I will start. Because I was busy this week I couldn't make my fusion-jazz synthfest, but I want to contribute, damnit! So I decided to make a moody, creepy lullaby-thing. I recorded some takes, cut them up (no MIDI sequencing, not my workflow), bunch of reverbs, voila - "Lullaby":
Electric pianos are DX7, the noise thing is Pulse 2. Spent like 2-3 hours on this project, har.
Well on the one hand, I can dig it in the sense that it has that distinctive cold and sharp FM synth tone that makes it end up sounding like a child's music box, so the title/idea is fitting.
That said, it's pretty basic and boring imo, both from a sound as well as a chord progresion and rhythm POV.
I'd say it's a good starting point, though. Something to build on.
In other news: I got my microbrute and thought i was gonna have these past couple of days off due to lack...
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I talked about this one on Sunday, but didn't have time to work on it ever since.
Omnisphere for everything but drums. There is an analog tape hiss sample I got from gearslutz that I religiously use to fill spaces. The synths are all being routed to a Send with MIDI-triggered sidechain, relative to kick and snare hits. Besides the sidechain, all effects are FL Studio standard ones.
I need recommendations for noise punk shit similar to pic related and You're Nothing. Old or new is fine, but new would be preferred if only for the fact that I could see the band at some point.
I've tried automatic recommendation things like last.fm, spotify, pandora (lol spotify and pandora), all they give me is a bunch of shitty garage rock.
as far as modern bands, the closest I've found is METZ and Pissed Jeans, the former being just kinda ok, the latter being an samey caricature of an AmRep band. Help me /mu/, I'm desperate for more music like this.
Intergalactic space edition.
alien rap / gerald jay markoe general thread
When did you realize this album was a masterpiece?
You guys wanna make a tribute album to this shit or something?
>There is a special message on this cd for the kids of earth
bare represses today bruv
new cccp too.
talk /bleep/ tings
seriously guys, look this shit up. an unintentional avant-garde masterpiece. brilliant shit