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I keep seeing videos about how "pop is dead" "hip hop is dead" and of course, the now venerable "rock is dead" and how catalog music is outselling new music and every record label is just surviving off the copyright for elvis and aging rock/pop stars from the 70s/80s. About how new music sales declining.

crosslink hip hop is dead: >>8913

>Old songs now represent 70 percent of the U.S. music market, according to the latest numbers from MRC Data, a music-analytics firm. Those who make a living from new music—especially that endangered species known as the working musician—should look at these figures with fear and trembling. But the news gets worse: The new-music market is actually shrinking. All the growth in the market is coming from old songs.


is it possible we have exhausted all possible music at least in popular genres? that everything will be a throwback like Olivia Rodridgo larping as paramore or jack white playing the blues?

Is this just the spiritual exhaustion of late capitalism like mark F said? Or are we really done? Will people still be making led zeppelin cover bands 100 years from now?
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>>9732
rofl its more alive than its ever been

 

I too was obsessed with the situationists once long ago but I think Deleuze provides a better but similar theory of art. The situationists were cooking tho. It just feels like a lot of their ideas are a mishmash of ideas going around at the time rather than a coherent philosophy.

 

I think the problem lies in the fact that music have just become consumer products like they don't care about putting genuine emotions or feelings into the music, mainstream music groups just keep making the same generic love songs over and over again it's capitalism bleeding into our lives

 

>>9739
>music have just become consumer products
OP's whole claim that "all music has been made" is based on sales numbers.

 

>>9739
all products are consumer products lol



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Soviet music that's not red army choir shit
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Rabosay, rabosay, khakhomim on a breg, khakhomim on a breg,
(Gentlemen, gentlemen endlessly wise, endlessly wise,)
Entfert ale oyf mayn shayle: vi azoy, vi azoy, azoy trinkt der keyser tey?
(I want to ask you a question. Nu, ask, ask, ask: Everybody answer my question: How does tsar drink tea?)
Me nemt a gitele tsuker, un me makht in dem tsuker a lekhele,
(You take a cylinder of sugar, and carve a hole on the top,)
Un me gist arayn heyse vaser, der keyser der …
(And into it you pour hot water and then stir and stir.)
Oy, ot azoy, oy, ot azoy, trinkt der keyser tey!
(Oy, just like that, oy, just like that, That's how the tsar drinks tea.)
Oy, ot azoy, oy, ot azoy, trinkt der keyser tey!
(Oy, just like that, oy, just like that, That's how the tsar drinks tea.)

Rabosay, rabosay, khakhomim on a breg, khakhomim on a breg,
(Gentlemen, gentlemen endlessly wise, endlessly wise,)
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New Year's "Little Blue Light" 1982/83

 


 




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what is your favorite genre right now
mine is zoomer adhd fonk
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Dark Plugg and Doom Metal for this week

 

>>9186
I hate this so much. Music for white jazz nerd boys. Looking at those crackers headbopping makes me cringe. Adam Neely core. And I say this as a white ex-jazz nerd.

 

It's always been thrash metal and 80s/90s death metal

 

black metal.
also dark ambient check out black mountain transmitter

 




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ITT: leftist music

Contemporary leftist music in any language. Any style, but please avoid anthems using classical instruments.
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>Pray for who lost they fate and died too young
>Pray for the ones I hate, the ones I love
>Pray for my liver when I'm off in this club
>I pray that the demons go away, they hauntin' us
>Man, I can't take no more of this lifestyle we been living
>Man, I can't take no more of the white powers in position
>Gotta grab up J-Will, gotta scoop up J-Rich
>Told Chase we ain't going back, you know we gotta hitch
>I mean, I'm aggravated, agitated, I admit
>Intoxicated, animated, got me feeling kinda lit
>Contemplating fornicating, might as well fuck up some shit
>They looking at me way too crazy, got me feeling communist

 

It's a comedy song, but it's our comedy song.

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pVPTYr3zDc8
Honestly the best modern leftist song I've heard.

 

>>6647
Trevor Moore was great at these

 




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thrash metal


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Communist Rap Thread
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Daily reminder all hip hop is CIA

Real revolutionaries listen to Beethoven

 

>>9620
I’m sure



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post different cool names you thought of for bands or names bands that exist. Obviously keep them based
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Partisan martyrdom

 

Extraordinary Commission

 

Lucifer's Foreskin (existing)

 

The leash kids

 

Retarded Fairy 999



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SOCIALIST Eastern European new wave thread
Post punk
New Wave
PROLETARIAN GOTHIC

 




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I start
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>>5092
All ethnicties are settlers uygha, see you in the ethiopian foothills

 

>>5092
being settlers is trad tho.

 


 




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With the outing of Justin Sane and several other big names in the punk movement I need help finding out who this one other abuser could be.

In vidrel, this woman mentions how she was in a relationship with a "very famous" guitarist in a DC punk band named Brian. She said he pressured her into an abortion and she went along with it because she wanted to be this "punk rock icon's wife". This abortion made her suicidal and turned her into an alcoholic for years.

According to testimony she wrote several years ago, this particular incident took place in December of 1998. She also mentions DC was this guitarist's home town. The other clue is that she and her boyfriend were heavy drinkers, so he definitely wasn't straight-edge.

https://www.standtrue.com/educate-yourself/document.aspx?docid=9433

In this interview at the 14:14 mark she talks about how she was at a CD release party a few months later (so, in 1999) where she saw Brian.

https://radiomaria.us/podcast/the-gospel-of-life/january-20-2015-healing-the-shockwaves-of-abortion/

(Apologies for all the anti-abortion propaganda.)

I'm asking if there's any idea of who this guitarist named Brian could be. My first thought is it was Brian Baker but he was no longer in DC in the late 90s when all of this took place. My other thought was that it was the guitarist from Bluetip but he joined the band in 1999 and wouldn't have been super-famous in DC in '98.
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Daily reminder there is literally nothing wrong with abortion.

Religion says life begins at conception

DiaMat does NOT.

 

>>9581
They're already coming out.

 

>>9604
I fucking hate these people.

 

More abortions are a good thing.

 

>>9679
I agree.



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