What kind of music does /out/ listen to while outdoors or going outdoors?
I personally bounce between CCR and Kid Rock.
i rock the tin whistle
I play (barely) the shakuhachi flute
I just wanted the most odd sounding and complicated thing that is still transportable. So I bought a used plastic shakuhachi.
I like it and it gives me peace to play, but I sound like shit.
*looks up Shakuhachi flute*
Holy shit, that thing must weight like three pounds of just pure plastic.
Maybe we should make an /out/ meeting of the musicians and just fuck around in the woods making weird music and scaring the normies?
more like one pound, but it is pretty indestructible. People that can play well say that it would sound alright for a budget flute and that I just can play for shit.
The orchestra sounds like a good idea, where do you want to meet up?
There is not much to learn about it, seems like anybody can play. A nice person allowed me to play her Hang for half an hour, and I sounded OK instantly. You can just play right away with that thing.
The hard part is getting the Hang, they told me you need to travel to Switzerland and buy it personally from some old Hippies who handmade them. It costs a small fortune and they only sell if they like you.
Just looked that up. How does it sound?
I don't like hippies lol
I understand your sentiments about playing music while /out/ but sometimes in a hike you've taken 20 times before you need a little more and sometimes music can do it.
I don't even know who that is but okay.
CCR I can dig but not kid rock so much.
I usually play rock. I like to play copperhead road on the way out... sometimes the music from a river runs through it when I'm going fly fishing. A little folk stuff too like john denver or gordon lightfoot. Just whatever gets me in the right mood. Oh and sometimes I'll play more old style country like Hank Williams or johnny cash (although he's kind of in his own category). I used to hang out a lot in cowboy country for fishing.
Rebel Meets Rebel is better.
I listen to the sounds of the forest and nature because I go /out/ to escape all that other shit
but all memes and pretentiousness aside, I like to listen to calm alt rock stuff when hanging out by the fire at night
I've heard this before and I actually like it.
It's atmospheric as fuck, and I seriously think next time I talk about what music I listen to I should wait a week or three to write everything down.