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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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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.

stop being a consoomer, go outside


Punk rock is more o lss the same thing


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


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


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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a thread for our king and savior




There's already a power metal thread: >>2694
Check it out, maybe you will find something that's actually good.


how can someone be so butthurt?


sabaton sucks


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Why does it sound like eurobeat but with less synths?


Looking for this sort of rock music, other good songs by this band in the same sort of vein would be Dustbus, Anarchy, Hype Waltz, the Present

Sidenote their vocalist Ilya Naishuller directed the movie Hardcore Henry which is pretty awesome
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can also add to that queens of the stone age


Foals' Antidotes you might like
Black Kids kinda like it
Modest mouse


And Arctic Monkeys


It's garage rock revival, so look for that genre or any of the actual garage rock bands.


there's dozens of albums like this on my bandcamp rock feed

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What do we think of her?

Is she counter-hegemonic, or part of a Bonapartist counter-gang?
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oh my fucking GOD
probably has a horrible personality though



>Speaking to The Howard Stern Show on Sirius XM radio, the 19-year-old singer said she began watching porn at the age of 11 in order to distract herself when she was home alone.

>Billie Eilish explained: “As a woman, I think porn is a disgrace. I used to watch a lot of porn, to be honest. I started watching porn when I was like 11 and I didn’t understand why it was a bad thing. I thought that was how you learned to have sex.”
>She explained that her mother was “horrified” when she told her and added: “I was watching abusive porn, to be honest, when I was like 14.

>“I was an advocate and thought I was one of the guys and would talk about it and thought I was cool for not having a problem with it.”

Goin on the Howard Stern show to spill your heart out about your hatred of pornography…. How does he get away with it?


>she's quite pretty too


Everything about her is incredibly mid

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what were your musical "phases" you went through at various ages? This is kind of a cringe confessional thread, but I'm too old to be ashamed of my proclivities.

i notice a lot of people have "phases" they go through, but they're not consistent. Sometimes the phases are based on things like genres, while other times they're based on things like instrumentation, lyrics, timbre, etc.

When I was single digit age I didn't listen to any music on purpose. Basically my entire musical diet was SNES era video game music. Shit like the Donkey Kong Country soundtrack.

Then I had what I would call the "babby's first mp3 player" where I basically downloaded all the dadrock music older wyboyz were into: Metallica, Led Zeppelin, that kinda thing. At this point I shifted into the "obsessed with music that is hard to play." phase. Sax solos, guitar solos, banjo solos, piano solos, harpsichord solos, accordion solos, anything that "shreds." Doesn't matter what genre. Then I had the "weed lmao liberal hipster" phase, where I was in high school and hotboxing with friends a lot and listening to late 00s shit like Decemberists, Neutral Milk Hotel, yada yada.

Then I had the "slow jams discovery" phase where I started to care more about the "texture" of music and less about how hard it was to play, or how impressive the solos sounded. This coincided with a lot of sex having and more weed smoking throughout my college days. Then I stepped back from music altogether and became an "audiobooks and radio drama" guy, first with a focus on fictional literary classics, and then moving over to nonfiction and political theory, approaching 30.

Anyone else go through similar phases? What were your "phases" like?
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speaking of eminem/chris morris this is my guilty pleasure genre


I like Chris Morris.
& Joe Frank. Lord Buckley, even though he appropriated his act from Black hepcats. Firesign Theater & National Lampoon not so much.
I apologized for being White repeatedly for years and I achieved nothing good and I'm not doing it anymore.
It's bullshit. It's fake.
You either don't mean it or it starts having a negative affect on your mental health. Which is why I guess he wants to kill himself.
That's where White shaming ends up for "White allies".
You're punishing the very people who are aware of their privilege and etc.
It's ridiculous & it achieves nothing. So fuck that racist shit.

We need class solidarity. Not division. All poor people should be sticking together as a class.

I think people are finally waking up to the fact that identity politics has been used *very successfully* to divide and demoralize the proletariat.
(Even if pushing against it gets us labeled racists) There's a reason it took off during OWS's rise. The same reason Cenk Uygur, no matter what you think of him, was replaced by Al Sharpton on corporate owned MSNBC.
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My phases, in chronological order:
> power metal
> folk metal
> death metal
> black metal
> power metal


time is a flat circle moment


Does anyone remember seapunk?

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What corporate music type do you hate the most? For me it's those generic electronic rock(?) things that play in truck commercials and E3 events, with the minor pentatonic riffs and loud digital percussions that all sound the same. I think it's even more insufferable than the yooka laylee songs, because they're so loud, and they think they're so badass
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What "normal pop" is she making? This is the latest thing from her (aside from Boy's a Liar Pt. 2) that I could find.


Boy's a Liar is the prototypical post-Roe v Wade pop song
I couldn't come up with something more misogynistic if I tried


Since the mods are being such whiny manchildren, Imma post my opinion again.

Punk and early urban R&B are two of the most insufferable corporate drivel.


I dont like punk too much, especially with their pretentious cynicism. People hate on rap for glorifying violence yet praise punk.


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Isn't rap accused of glorifying gang violence? From my experience the type of violence alluded to in punk music is either indiscriminate or liberatory and is only glorified in the latter case.


To unite the people and put an end to the war. I don't speak either though, I think this one is russian.
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Sick beat


Hi I thought I'd do a translation of a post-soviet Russian song (rap?) on the architect of shock therapy on the Russian economy after the collapse of the USSR, Yegor Gaidar. Might be of interest to leftists interested in the USSR, or might not. I will provide cultural context explanations to the best of my ability albeit it's not *all* clear to me.

Arkadiy Gaidar's[1] grandson worked very hard
That's why the lazy and dirty masses hate him
He achieved success by following the precepts of Alisa Rosenbaum[2]
He wasn't taken by drink or despair like some others in Zimbabwe[3]
Winter, the hoarse voices of grandmas at the bazaar [4]
But Mr. Gaidar just started with himself [5]

He took notes from Adam Smith's works
Dissected into atoms the lives of the well-fed [the haves]
The free market, the concept of the individual,
A man is a poisonous snake to another man. [6]

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Apparently, Gershwin's song Summertime from Porgy and Bess was inspired by this Ukrainian folk lullaby along with an African-American Spiritual called Sometimes I Feel Like a Motherless Child


Sheet music with translation


I like her, she's like the Ukrainian Lana Del Rey.


>Harry Belafonte, the effortlessly graceful singer credited with popularizing calypso in the U.S. in the 1950s who then marched at the forefront of the country’s civil rights struggle for half a century, died Tuesday, according to his spokesperson.
>He was 96.
>Belafonte died of congestive heart failure at his home in New York City, longtime spokesperson Ken Sunshine confirmed to NBC News.


Nearly 100, RIP



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When I saw the Mario movie with my brother & a friend of his about a week ago, I saw a preview for yet another Trolls movie. Do you think Justin's tapping out with regard to serious studio releases? Man of the Woods (2018) had some goofy cuts like "Supplies" but you could at least consider that a genuine attempt of his at modern R&B (though The Weeknd basically had a monopoly on that for at least a year by that point).


Ecstatic vibrations, totally transcendent

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