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 No.3743[Reply]

i hate when females listen to radiohead. they'll never understand what its like to be a true social reject. a creep. a weirdo. they'll never understand what its like to be british. nobody understands me because i call movies "films" i am literally the joker no one understands me

 No.3744

>>3743
>they'll never understand what its like to be a true social reject. a creep. a weirdo
Says while posting an anime foid

 No.3748

თავი მოიკალი



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 No.1874[Reply]

Denpa(電波) is a Japanese subculture characterized by bizarre and eerie themes. It originally began as a derogative term for mentally deranged behavior, but over the 1990s was adapted by otaku into their culture. In part, through artistic expression within manga, anime and visual novels, and also separately as a genre of cute and quirky music.

More information:
http://denpa.omaera.org
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Denpa_song

Denpa blogs:
https://denpanosekai.blogspot.com/
https://denpapentateuch.blogspot.com/

Music downloads:
https://gist.github.com/dnpcllctns/9424fcc4c80429253d3194251b4a15ed
https://gist.github.com/dnpcllctns/f79394cd283ee30834ee6e4bb484b502
http://www.mediafire.com/RapeTheLolis
http://www.mediafire.com/denpasong
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 No.1906

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I haven't listened to much denpa but I love IOSYS. Their non-Touhou stuff is also so good.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SxEnxd9FFQA
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wNT1id1ojtY

 No.2100

Even /jp/ doesn't have denpa threads anymore. I hate the future.

 No.2101

Bro wake up, it's 2006!

 No.3741

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 No.3742

>>3741
They have a logo like that but won't allow "Satanic" music in their label smh



 No.3727[Reply]

I think this belongs here


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 No.1827[Reply]

Should I even bother getting nice equipment if I'm not a "music expert" whatever that means? And if so, what do you suggest?
I want to upgrade the shitty $10 PC speakers and generic headphones I've been using for the last decade but I have no idea where to go from there. Not even sure if I've got the ear for it.
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 No.3647

>>1827

I've got a pair of Sennheiser HD 206s. They've probably put out a similar pair in recent years which'll have a later model number. They come for around $70 to $80 iirc, but this pair will probably be more expensive now since I don't think they make this specific model no. anymore.

I'd go with a model like this with a long, thin cord - better for dancing around than thick, curly cords. Over-ear always.

Past $80 (or maybe $90 but I'm pretty sure inflation hasn't hit good headphones that hard yet) I wouldn't bother. Some audiophiles with more dollars than sense talk about buying headphones in the hundreds, but an $80 pair will give you everything you need.

 No.3648

for pc get low-end over the ear headphones that way you get great quality and won't damage your ears. doesn't really matter if you have the ears for it.

same thing for phone get over the ears

 No.3724

>>3648
Fun fact: when you buy shitty speakers or shitty earphones or shitty audio components in general people tend to compensate for their terrible quality by turning the volume up.

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 No.3726

Sennheiser wired headphones you can get for like $150 are really good and comfy. I use the HD975.



 No.3699[Reply]

I'm tired of anglo shit period, post non-english language music (especially non-western) from other parts of the world.
All genres welcomed but I want to see their own takes on modern music instead of "world music" stuff which feels kind of paternalistic

And keep the jap stuff to a minimum

 No.3700

West bank rap
>Shabjdeed's lyrics often deal with conflicts between Israel Defense Forces and the Palestinians.[1] His use of the Arabic language is characterized as playful, using alliteration an rhyming to create a unique style.[3] His delivery has been described as a "constant overflow of words that fills every corner of a track."[1] His rapping has been characterized as having a thick accent.[4]

>He cites the Ramallah rap collective Saleb Wahed as a major source of inspiration.

 No.3701

Chinese

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 No.3562[Reply]

Post your favorite

I'll start with a great recent gabber track 'Kill The Silence' by artist Glitch, released under creative commons.
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 No.3567

I'm basic, but Scott Brown.

 No.3569

>>3566
Read the thread

 No.3572

>>3569
I have, I was one of the main contributors of it. We derailed a thread of another genre with our liking of hardcore.
Thus I went ahead and made this proper thread.
Now contribute something relevant to the thread orther than your pointless sperging or stop posting.

 No.3573

>>3567
Oh yeah!

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 No.3685[Reply]

I will never feel the joys of producing music based on an incredibly obscure (at the time) indie video game with friends and colleagues and even getting to attend festivals and sell my music at conventions.


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 No.3637[Reply]

Can someone enlighten me on the topic? What did she do? What is the deal with "liberte,egalite,fraternite"?

 No.3638

literally who

 No.3639

Didn't she become known by marrying a rich rapper?



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 No.3621[Reply]

I've listened to it all, from the most pretentious, snobby, theoretically rich, classical, to underground subculture, folk, music for the "cultured", popular influential genres with developmental impact on the contemporary scene it's a decent experience but really doesn't feel as impactful.

Yet when I give a go to the most braindead flavor of the month Pop track I have the time of my life.

It almost feels like those Pop idols and Radio industry workers who mass produce these songs have figured something out that I have a hard time keeping a grasp upon. What is wrong with me? Am I legitimately retarded?

These few weeks ago, I honestly cannot believe I enjoyed some top of the chart K-pop songs more than the acclaimed symphonies of some big name classics. Was I filtered?

 No.3623

just listen to what you like, if you can't explain 'why' a genre is more 'cultured' than another then its just being pretentious which is worse than sincerely listening to the poppiest of pop music

 No.3624

>>3623
i should also add, there is no reason to have to listen to the most idealized genre or music as your personal taste dictates whether you can get into it via pure aesthetic experience, suddenly knowing the history or theory wont change that.

 No.3628

>>3621
>These few weeks ago, I honestly cannot believe I enjoyed some top of the chart K-pop songs more than the acclaimed symphonies of some big name classics.

I mean when I wanna hear EDM I don't put Scott Joplin on.

 No.3636

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>I've listened to it all
How did you listen to it?
To enjoy many genres you need to focus on the seperate tones, loud/quiet dynamic and general structure of the songs.
I used to mindlessly listen to lots of electronic music, yet when I stumbled upon tangerine dream, it showed me there was more to music than athmosphere and melody. You could say I initially "forced" myself to like it, yet now I am able to genuinely enjoy it and venture into other genres.
Depending on what aspects you learn to focus on, pop music will either sound flat and repetitive (in the bad sense), or you might notice influences from less mainstream genres.



 No.1490[Reply]

Hello citizens of /mu/ I would just like to remind everyone that A comrade of ours is hosting his own radio-station called ProlesWin and we feel this would be a good way to get this radio station some traffic. You can listen in your browser, or, you can listen with VLC Media player @ http://proles.win:8000/radio.ogg Please give it a listen and support your fellow comrades!
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 No.3316

>>2897
Hello you have satisfied the red army faction
Enjoyer

 No.3322

>>Did you kown that anarcho egoists have their own revolutionary music…



Depth Of My Ego by Matt McGinn

 No.3533

>>3322
i came across this on youtube years ago. it's terrible ngl

 No.3632

>>2887
So is proles.win dead now?

 No.3807

defunct



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