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 No.8234[Reply]

this is one of the bands that Boomers wax poetic about. Is it really that good?
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 No.8243

>>8235
I did not make this thread.

 No.8244

sure

 No.8279

>>8235
thats a different band anon, unless you want to make a boomer general

 No.8282

>>8243
I don't believe you.
>>8279
The OP asks the exact same type of question. Why would someone phrase it in this weird way without at least giving their own impression of the band? It instantly reminded me of the last thread.

This is the 'Why do boomers like this band?' general now.

 No.8283

>>8282
Jerry is actually worshipped by people though. It's not just a question of why people like the Dead.



 No.8130[Reply]

New King Krule

 No.8280

>>8130
I only like that biscuit town song by him

 No.8281

WHY ARE TESCO STEALING MY MONEY



 No.7743[Reply]

Post all emo, scene and emo-adjacent music from the 2000s. Any alt or pop rock bands that emos used to listen to is good as well.
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 No.8003

Bullet for my Valentine used to listen to this hard back then.

 No.8108

Button*Masher is pretty cool

 No.8113

okay im pretty bad with categorizing music but blink 182 is at least emo adjacent right

 No.8114

or how about death cab? my ex was obsessed with these guys and it rubbed off on me

 No.8232

>>8113
any pop punk is ok even though not emo had a huge emo fanbase. pop punk and emo overlapped a ton



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 No.3242[Reply]

Havana, Juicy, Industry Baby

Completely ruins the flow, Is it just capitalism's fault or is there some artistic reason that I can't get?

What do you do when songs you like have parts you don't care about? Do you find an alt version? Edit it? Or just accept it?(PST (pepe share tax))
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 No.8142

>>3242
If it's a weird juxtaposition I like it lol, when I read this post this sketch instantly came to mind for some reason

https://youtu.be/pB6uVRcPB94?t=250

 No.8209

it's so forced

 No.8210

No because I am not racist.(:^))

 No.8221

Worked in older stuff: In The End by Lincoln Park, Clint Eastwood by Gorillas, ect… I think big artists these days are too hesitant to be cringe, so it falls flat. I'm sure some smaller ones are making it work.

 No.8223

What's wrong with Industry Baby



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 No.7809[Reply]

NU-GOTH THREAD PLEASE

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 No.8201

No idea if this counts, but hereyago.



 No.8148[Reply]

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pqobRu9aR3M

41 YEAR LATE MUSIC VIDEO LADS.
TO THE SONG THAT IS IN THE TONE ZONE FOR FOUR MINUTES AND FIFTEEN SECONDS OF PURE SIMULACRA AND SPECTICLE.

I GIVE YOU SPARKLE BY TATSURO YAMASHITA.

It's so fucking good. I can't stop. It's been on repeat for days.

 No.8151

Beautiful

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File: 1650808881108.mp4 (22.7 MB, 1280x720, red folk.mp4)

 No.4740[Reply]

I fucking hate spotify
i fucking hate youtube
i fucking hate not having all my music files on my own hardrive that i can use whenever. i don't wanna hear ads. i dont wanna have songs i love get taken off youtube by the copyright ghouls. reee
I'm gonna learn how to create torrents
i wanna make playlists, put said playlists weith all the tracks in a zip file and make a torrent that my friends can download.

What is the best open source media player? I remember really liking making playlists on windows media player back in the day because i could just set the program to search a folder for audio files and they would appear within the program. Then i could very easily make playlists out said music.
Making playlists using VLC seems janky.
Anyone got any ideas?
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 No.8117

Cmus is pretty comfy if you're used to a keyboard driven workflow.

 No.8127

Any Video Converter

 No.8134

you should try collecting cd's, and ripping them to your desired format. excellent audio quality, and your songs will not get taken down, because now you own the music.

 No.8136

>>8134
or just get the flac or wav files from soulseek

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>>8136
The last time i went on soulseek it had barely any flacs. Filesharing also doesn't mesh well with my enforced naming scheme. You could create elaborate symlinking or bind scripts to support multiple concurrent file hierarchies, but i never had the motivation to.



 No.5750[Reply]

Holy fuck these frogs could groove
Daft Punk well-known hits/deep cuts/collaborations/solo work appreciation thread ig
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 No.5855

Been a minute since I listened to Daft Punk but ya theyre good. Check out the Alive 2007 concert once you've listened to the studio albums for sick mashups
Justice is another good electro band out of France

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 No.7957

something about us and voyager were probably my fav tunes by them

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 No.8135

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old, but gold sets:
"Daft Punk - Sankeys Soap"
"Daft Punk - Essential Mix, BBC Radio 1"
"Daft Punk - Essential Selection Special Edition Hotmix"



 No.7699[Reply]

>Grunge (sometimes referred to as the Seattle sound) is an alternative rock genre and subculture that emerged during the mid-1980s in the American Pacific Northwest state of Washington, particularly in Seattle and nearby towns. Grunge fuses elements of punk rock and heavy metal, but without punk's structure and speed. The genre featured the distorted electric guitar sound used in both genres, although some bands performed with more emphasis on one or the other. Like these genres, grunge typically uses electric guitar, bass guitar, drums and vocals. Grunge also incorporates influences from indie rock bands such as Sonic Youth. Lyrics are typically angst-filled and introspective, often addressing themes such as social alienation, self-doubt, abuse, neglect, betrayal, social and emotional isolation, addiction, psychological trauma and a desire for freedom.

Post any grunge tune (largely 80s/90s). No post grunge
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 No.8061

>>8060
AIC all the way man

 No.8098

>>8053
I remember they were called "grunge" back then in the media but they were always quite open about the fact that they were influenced by Black Sabbath more than punk (as opposed to Nirvana for example).

 No.8104

>>8060
AIC plus billy corgan's politics are horrible

 No.8110

>>8104
Smashing Pumpkins used to be one of my favourite rock bands back then. Turns out Billy Corgan is an ancap muh free market gommies are evil retard in terms of politics. How disappointing, now listening to SP will never be the same. I wish musicians and burger musicians in particular should shut the fuck up about politics entirely

 No.8133

Not enough Eddie Vedder here



 No.3225[Reply]

why does it feel like music "stopped" around 2015-2017? can't really think of any really big musical event after that apart from Kanye's Wyoming albums
maybe i'm just being too subjective idk
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 No.8094

>>8092
literally everyone new has thought this about the current state of things, its not an enlightened thought, its actually a retarded one.

What will and will not be considered total garbage/10/10 of this generation of music wont be figured out till a few decades from now.

You only feel this way because advertising companies made you feel like that, new genres are coming out all the time you're just not being sold them anymore.

tl;dr
stop being a consoomer, go outside

 No.8099

>>8088
Punk rock is more o lss the same thing

 No.8101

Kendrick is mediocre, has no quotables, and his production was pretty heavy-handed on tpab.

 No.8102

>>8099
All genres stagnate, incorporate new elements and get refreshed into new genres.

 No.8105

Jazz is always popping, although I haven't seen any big recorded artists since Thundercat and Kamasi Washington, whose last studio albums came out in 2017/18



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