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/mu/sic thread Comrade 07/06/2016 (Wed) 21:03:54 No. 122
>No music thread Step it up lads >Boards of canda - 5.9.78 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3A786lOX8jc >Blackmores night - Journeyman https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L0gFz3_js1Y
Edited last time by krates on 08/02/2020 (Sun) 20:37:09.
>>14869 guys this is haunting me, pls halp
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I am alive once again.
Some classic leftist britpop: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cX8szNPgrEs
Do you guys even listen to the shit I post? At least reply so I know I'm not just posting here for zero impressions.
>>14931 Unavailable in the United States. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7_cvZAKtoV4
>>14646 Absolutely enjoyed this, thanks for sharing!
>>14989 I'm slowly working my life at through the thread, keep it up
>Indus Creed - Fireflies https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6KdjAq4lvGc >Indus Creed - Pretty Child https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z-NMsECqmTU >Indus Creed - THIEF https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=15ChlaOmGOc This really great alt-rock band from India. Let me know if you like it. I'll try finding a bigger list of obscure artists I had and share them.
The international in Tuvan https://youtu.be/SLF7Fl4SXh8 Flor de retama https://youtu.be/Y4hFbC8SJvM
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Formats test (though the songs are all good and relevant)
Formats test (though the songs are all good and relevant)
Huh, apparently using an .m4a extension doesn't work for AAC, but .mp4 does.
I'm looking for a specific song, I think someone posted in here a while ago. It's a swedish or danish alt/neo-folk song, about 6-8min long and the lyrics (I guess) are about the historical development of oppression in an abstract sense. I really fall in love with that song, but forgot to save it. Would really appreciate if you could help me out.
>>15080 Does this site even support .m4a though?
Does anyone know the name of this song?
More music like this?
>>15256 Reminds me a lot of Darkstar (specifically this track: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lxmY5xpq-zM). Although it sounds mostly like early 2000s amateur gamedev music with warmer sounds, so i guess you could try old PS1/N64-era dance inspired OSTs (if you want any personal reccs, can't go wrong with Tetrisphere, Bomberman Hero, or Osamu Sato/Soichi Terada's stuff) or Boards of Canada (and Fieldtriqp, while you're at it).
>>15282 The funny thing is that this song is from some Indian movie whose protagonist is named Stalin, but has nothing to do with the actual Stalin.
I'm not really a big fan of most metal, but today I randomly came across this https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_pG4KLP4UNU and holy shit, I've never fell in love with a band this fast. Why the fuck have I never heard of this before?
>>15293 I know, but to give you some relief, it is a South Indian movie, the region has an active Communist movement. :)
>>15153 Yes it is. merci beaucoup
My Heart Will Go On (Titanic) - Kalimba Cover https://youtu.be/0QMXc4rBw7k Thought about buying a Kalimba but they're like $60 on Amazon and I know I'd get tired of playing with it after a few days. I know because I never played much with the plastic Occarina I bought when I went through a Legend of Zelda phase.
Wow, check out this Theremini player. This futuristic instrument was invented in Russia and should have become the official instrument of the Soviet Union, lol. https://youtu.be/ajM4vYCZMZk
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Stereopolina - Institut kultury i otdyha https://stereopolina.bandcamp.com/album/lp-2020
"AFRICA" played on vegetables. https://youtube.com/watch?v=Q8JP22AmtJw
>>15525 yeah then they said jazz music was degenerate and add jazz music to every soviet movie (while officially trying to "fite jazz") theres even jazz music school in moscow since soviet times rolfmao
*and added jazz
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>>1203 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DMoCM_FgLP8 Here is some soviet (mostly) synthwave for you, anon.
So what exactly is fascist in this music? Sounds like something the Soviets would've put in one of their Sci Fi movies, and the nazis would've rejected this as degenerate music anyway. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OvGYhkiO_2w
>>15876 >So what exactly is fascist in this music? Well there's Evola and Codreanu in the picture and the title refers to a book by Evola of the same name. The artist is a fascist. The music isn't going to bite you though and Yukio Mishima wrote great novels while being a fascist. Xurious' music is just shitty techno. >the nazis would've rejected this as degenerate music anyway I think you're accepting fascists' own self-definition too much. Facsism has always embodied the very decadence it claims to oppose. Fascism has always tried to be hyper-modern and futuristic, while simultaneously recalling an ancient, mythic and "lost" past. A lot of the Nazi music from and performance the Nazi regime was very lavish, promiscuous and very modern by the standards of the 1940s. This film below was released in German cinema in August 1944 just as Army Group Centre was being annihilated on the Eastern Front. It was one of the most expensive European products to date at that time. And if you look at it, this is pretty much identical to the most lavish Hollywood productions of the era. https://youtu.be/UkgCHd2Tekg I'll tell you from an art critic standpoint, my problem with fascist art and music is that it's like a cheap imitation of the real thing. Like, when people call Donald Trump a fascist, you'll hear people sometimes reply "oh come on, he's not Hitler." But that's pretty much how these guys are. They're like mafioso guys or like Tony Montana from Scarface with fake gold and fake paintings and tacky taste. What fascism "is," is organized crime and militarism, and Whatever ideology comes out of it is just a bonus.
>>16041 >Xurious' music is just shitty techno. Yeah, that's my problem with it. Fascist musicians like to take actually existing music genres and just drape fascist imagery over them and call it a day, without trying to actually evoke any sort of fascist imagery through the music itself. Happened with Nazi Punk and Nazi Black Metal and it's happening now with Synthwave and so called "Fashwave". >I'll tell you from an art critic standpoint, my problem with fascist art and music is that it's like a cheap imitation of the real thing. Yeah, and the thing is is that there other better artists who are not fascists that successfully evoke fascist imagery through their art, effectively doing their job for them. One of my favorite artists is Perturbator, and while he's not a fascist he's made a couple of really amazing tracks that actually have a "fascist" feeling to them without coming off as a tryhard. Incidentally, this might have inspired the whole fashwave pseudo-genre despite shitting on anything that has come out of it. Here, take a listen: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4JEcgyVSlmw https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4rq8PjgNI3c
>>16071 A couple of kids made some montages with them, that's basically how he got 'incorporated' by them. I wonder if we could use some genres like these ourselves?
This is an excellent (and hilarious) satire of fascist neofolk that is musically good: https://youtu.be/B9mQJg-2UNk
I was surprised by how radical this album's lyrics are. They shit on capitalism, fascism, racism in the US, the recuperation of leftist icons, diet culture and even Britain's precious leader, Churchill.
>>16156 Ow, this band has been completely erased from my memory up till now. I remember them being pretty rad.
https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=OLAK5uy_lTC7R_NLVh8-cpOb5yGLbqZkXfuAD-BTw Daniel Kahn's new album just dropped, it's fucking hilarious.
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If anyone has other music charts, don't hesitate to post them here.
Anyone got some female vocals synth pop recs? New wave/dance pop is good too. Found this group PRIZM that dropped their debut this month, pretty good stuff: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLOh5SiztgTCQ_gO0bsHJuNgdjs5VUK-63
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>>16199 From the /mu/ wiki
>>16199 Thanks for the shoegaze-chart, will be fun to listen to the ones on the lower right and upper left.
PARIS dropping an album 25 September He dropped some singles, looks like good shit, especially enjoy this one: https://youtu.be/Um1TySCK0Fc Here's another single: https://youtu.be/KFb_sm4mPGU
How do I into music? I just didn't really get into it as a child or teenager, everyone in school had their favourite bands and albums and I was there with my cheap mp3 player with like, deep purple and a couple other bands my dad liked on it My music library is a 1000+ video youtube playlist, three cds I bought at some point, and a couple discographys, the only artists i would say I "follow" in any way are Sewer Slvt, Master Boot Record and Uncle Acid, other than that I don't really listen to anyone super regularly or track by releases etc. I like some jazz, and a lot of old punk stuff, Bruce Springsteen, listened to Bob Dylan and Marley a lot growing up but like, I don't "get" it, I don't get music, I've never been to a gig or anything, except a cheeky girls gig I attended accidentally and a couple local bands
>>16352 If you already like some jazz look a the last two infographs of >>16199.
>>16098 that second track fucking bangs though

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