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 No.2106[Reply]

The greatest album of all time.
If you've listened to it, you already know how great it is. If you haven't listened to it, what are you doing??? GO LISTEN TO IT!!!!!!!!
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 No.2697

>>2125
probably the best produced record I've ever heard

 No.2698

>>2145
its just folk, why does everything have to have hyper specific categorization?

 No.2699

>>2158
I love Loveless but partly for nostalgia, I think their 2013 release mbv is much more interesting so you should check that out if you haven't.

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>>2698
Everyone knows the best way to be a rebel is to categorize everything as rigorously as possible.

 No.2702

>>2106
No it's not. Listen to more music.



 No.2440[Reply]

Was this the peak of conservatard metal?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u_VsvZmIWxY

 No.2451

Not even the worst song they've put out

 No.2452

I thought the black album was, but I suppose it's a matter if taste

 No.2701

>>2440
its so funny to see how shallow conservative albums are aesthetically, its very hard to find an artistic right winger and if you do they tend to just be misinformed politically



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 No.107[Reply]

Hey /leftypol/

I thought I'd make a general for any amateur or professional /leftypol/ musicians if there are any here. We can discuss your experiences, ask for or give advice, create resources, or just chat.

As for me, I am a hobbyist guitarist that's only been playing for about a year and a half; not even sure if I'm intermediate level yet lol. However, I can give tips or provide resources for anybody just starting out.
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 No.1116

I was learning for a little while years ago but ended up dropping it. Learned all the chords, knew a range of some strumming patterns but struggled with those, was absolutely terrible at plucking. Got bored of learning how to get better, wrote some truly terrible original songs, then gave up.

I dont regret trying, it was nice.

 No.1132

>>1116
much easier to play guitar on a keyboard imo, lots of good guitar vst's out there to download

 No.1146

I'd be interested to know how you actually became musicians. It's the one thing I just don't really understand how people get into.
I know the tiniest amount of music theory and I'm reasonably good at playing the simplest songs (of the "songbook that comes with $30 keyboard, one note at a time" variety), but I'd expect to understand *why* I don't understand how you make your own music by this point. It's like programming by copy and pasting: I'm hitting keys, the sound is coming out of the instrument, but if you ask me to tell you why it works I draw a blank.
I'm no further ahead with trackers or DAWs or anything, but in that case I suspect it's because I'm completely lacking in confidence when it comes to listening to things. I can draw a picture and immediately assess "yes, this conveys what I wanted to show" even if my art is bad. With music in a tracker I can never tell whether the pattern of notes I've made is pleasing, or if I've simply tuned out how irritating it is. Even then it's too small to be anything but one component of a larger tune, so it feels like drawing what you think is a passable three legged chair in what you intended to be a massive picture of a party.

Yet obviously people are breaking through and know what exactly they're supposed to stick at and practice to get good at it, so there's something I'm missing. Maybe being able to identify each note by ear suddenly makes music as intuitive as visual art. Maybe it all makes more sense if you try to write songs with lyrics with a guitar rather than trying to do instrumentals with a keyboard. I don't know, that's why I'm interested in how you all started.

 No.1147

>>1146
You're halfway there already. Just find the right chord progression, and repeat

 No.2692

bump



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 No.2416[Reply]

IT GOES ON AND ON, ON AND ON, ON AND ON, ON AND ON, ON AND ON, ON AND ON, ON AND ON, ON AND ON, ON AND ON, ON AND ON, ON AND ON, ON AND ON, ON AND ON, ON AND ON, ON AND ON, ON AND ON, ON AND ON, ON AND ON, ON AND ON, ON AND ON, ON AND ON, ON AND ON, ON AND ON, ON AND ON, ON AND ON, ON AND ON, ON AND ON, ON AND ON, ON AND ON, ON AND ON, ON AND ON, ON AND ON

 No.2419

Oh don't you see what I mean?

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 No.2426

I hear you, brave young Jables
You are hungry for the rock
But to learn the ancient method
Sacred doors you must unlock
Escape your father's clutches
And this oppressive neighborhood
On a journey you must go
To find the land of Hollywoooooooooooooooood

 No.2691

>>2426
based



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 No.1470[Reply]

Post and discuss. Any genre, doesn't really matter.

 No.1473

Этажи.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Crz1PpKk3dU

coldwave is a good genre to listen tomarxMarx

 No.1474

>>1473
I thought Molchat Doma was all guys though?

 No.1475

Diamanda is the greatest of all time
>>1473
I like their sound (not original but good) but unfortunately they are anti-communistsleft_communismLeft Communism

 No.1542

I saw her perform live and it was incredible. It's like gothic shoegaze. Her voice totally crushes. Her music partner in her previous project died in that fire in Oakland, California a few years ago.

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 No.930[Reply]

Post Doom/sludge slow shit only

https://youtu.be/RGqUo7a7J_I
Warning - watching from a distance
Great album
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 No.1916

aww yeaa youre getting sludgefested

 No.1935

Some real low and hard sounding doom with growling guitars

 No.1948

Amammoth. We're raising all the mammoths from extinction with this one

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 No.2669

Meth Drinker - Meth Drinker



 No.2233[Reply]

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 No.2275

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 No.2661

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indie feels music from the late 2000s

sounds very new wave

 No.2667

this is also a good song

 No.2668

this is also a good song(embed)



 No.41[Reply]

Thread for music from People's Korea
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 No.2629

>>44jucheJuche

 No.2630

>>1577
guess some based songs from the south can also go on here

 No.2631

>>2630jucheJuche

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 No.2666

>>44
north korean moe eyes wtf



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 No.2638[Reply]

Any of you hipsters at heart? You got a song/band that less well known and you want it to stay that way. You get pissed if a song you like becomes trendy on youtube or ticktock or becomes /mu/core? shit stupid, but it feels good to feel special. Post that music in this thread. Doesn't have to be super obscure, but something that most music fans wouldn't have heard about.
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 No.2645

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 No.2646

I want to be the only dude in their polycule

 No.2647

*whispers*

The Beatles

 No.2651

>>2638
I only hate to share because my irl friend knows im familiar with imageboards and I hate to come off as a /mu/ drone if it was to catch on



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 No.2575[Reply]

Anyone else cringes super hard when zoomer musicians like kero kero bonito and poppy try to incorporate japanese lyrics into their songs? Especially while not being able to pronounce it properly, it just sucks.
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 No.2581

>>2576
Yes. I watched that one anime, Mob Psycho a few years ago and many people were praising the opening song but the use of english in it is so hilariously bad I can't even begin to take it seriously.

 No.2583

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>>2581
it can be sort of charming

 No.2584

>>2581
It's not actually English anymore. It's English transliterated to Japanese. Almost 80% of spoken Japanese is English with a Japanese "accent" at this

 No.2585

>>2584
Well fuck them anyway, shit sucks.

 No.2598

>>2584
The Meiji Restoration was a mistake.



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