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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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 No.3583[Reply]

Any fans of spectralism around here? I've really liked Gerard Grisey and Iancu Dumitrescu for a while, but lately I've been getting into Tristan Murail and Horatiu Radulescu

 No.3586

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yeah

 No.3596

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>>3586
forgot this one

 No.3625

>>3583
you should post links to recordings of pieces you like, instead of just dumping names

 No.3626

>>3583
What is slectralism, when you make shapes or drawings with sounds like Aphex Twin did.



 No.3602[Reply]

Punks are unique as we don't fetishize consumerism like most other subcultures. Most punks make our own fashion items and the ones we dont make are bought from bootleggers. We also are by design anti reactionary as our movement was started as a means to create anti capitalist and anti imperialist art (crass, discharge, the clash, etc). There is also the obvious fact that most punks are already leftists. How is it that so many communists view punk as anti communist or reactionary? Is punk culture not a perfect counter to mainstream capitalist culture? Many punk events are even direct acts of building dual power via raising money for food.

 No.3603

>>3602
punks tend to be anarchists or worse, outright fascist edgelords, in short it attracts people with lumpens sentiments

 No.3604

>>3603 in my experience most are just vaguely leftist but i have met many punks that are outright marxists

 No.3610

>Punks are unique as we don't fetishize consumerism like most other subcultures
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sex_(boutique)
punk was always influenced by and co-existed with pop trends like new wave and reggae/dub. most ideological bs about it being centered on DIY or "anti-consumerism" is delusional and projecting, and an attempt to turn it into some kind of identity to be protected which is sus



 No.3592[Reply]

skip the eminem part

 No.3593

oh fuck meant to post in the what are you listening to thread. whatever



 No.2205[Reply]

I saw there were a lot of old school hip hop threads so it made me want to put up some of my music. This is some old stuff from years ago. No names because I'm actually not trying to promote my brand.

This is a song I recorded five years ago with a rapper from my neighborhood. Project fell through because of complications so I just have a handful of songs in various states of completion. Beats/recording/mixing all me.
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 No.3558

>>3545
I didn't make this beat. I believe he told me his nephew who died prematurely made this beat and other earlier recording he had. I think his nephew might've gotten shot.

 No.3561

>>3559
Feel freee to post your stuff. What kind of music do you make anon?

 No.3568

>>3561

Lord, it looks like a bunch of my posts got purged and I have zero clue why. I mostly post in /siberia/ so it's weird that this would happen.

I'll reiterate - all really good, 3rd best.

I mostly make some lo-fi quasi-country stuff with minimalistic percussion now (could just call it folk rock) 'cuz my last two bands were destroyed by COVID and mania respectively, but I'd kinda rather post the band shit. When there's a band to work with the material always leans more into deathrock with psych elements.

 No.3587

>>3568
The playing sounds really good to me. I'm not sure what kind of microphone set up you are using with the drums, but I can't hardly hear the kick drum. I'd definitely play around with what kind of microphone you are using and/or try boosting the bass on the kick. The bass as well could stand being a little more bassier. Turn up that guitar too, I can barely hear it.

I'd probably turn down the delay effects alot. I think having it that loud with that long a delay could sound interesting in parts but having playing at that level throughout the whole song kind of smothers the instruments/drums/vocals. Manually turning up and down the delay for various parts would probably be the most optimal for a finished record, but for a live setting or if you just want an automatic way to cut through the delay with the instruments would be to duck them with the vocals or something.

Reminds me of some late 60s psych rock. Arthur Brown or Steppenwolf or something. The playing sounds really good and the vocalist too. Just those things I would do different with the mix.

 No.3588

>>3587
>long a delay
Meant feedback. Be careful with that high of a feedback. Starts creating sonic mud at a certain point.



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 No.3578[Reply]

Is there a My Anime List equivalent for music, I would like to list all the albums I have listen to.

 No.3579


 No.3580

notepad.exe

 No.3581

>>3579
Thanks a bunch



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 No.3564[Reply]

any more good ones like this?

https://youtu.be/GW6GSa14xXI

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 No.3351[Reply]

Whose fault is the break up? Was Jello trying to steal royalties from the other members? Or were they trying to turn the band into a commercial music provider? Did the other band member really back Mitt fucking Romney?

I always get alienated by Punk bands when they inevitably turn into cringe liberals in 10 years. Trying to figure out who to blame for that with regards to DK. Not that DK was ever super intelligent with its criticisms, but it was easily some of the best satire in the 80s.
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 No.3396

>>3351
wait there wa a black guy on DK? did he give jello the n-word pass

 No.3397

>>3351
Is that an anti Guevara shirt?

 No.3402

>>3396
he was the drummer
>>3397
doubt. dead kennedy's were p explicitly red for early punkers

 No.3417

>>3402
damn

 No.3554

>>3397 nope it was an anti stalin shirt



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 No.3486[Reply]

Full support for artists removing their music from Spotify and encouraging piracy.
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 No.3513

>>3487
Yoooo
So YTmusic is worse than spotify?

WTH

 No.3514

>>3497
delighted to see mr.cockshott join us in /music/
what are your thoughts on this?

 No.3550

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 No.3551

>>3550
even back then, bootlegging still existed as a functional pre-cursor to the internet

 No.3552

>>3551
And some bands were pretty based about it:
> Throughout their career, the Grateful Dead were known to tolerate taping of the live shows. There was a demand from fans to hear the improvisations that resulted from each show, and taping appealed to the band's general community ethos.[66] They were unique among bands in that their live shows tended not to be pressed and packaged as LPs, but remained in tape form to be shared between tapers.[67] The group were strongly opposed to commercial bootlegging and policed stores that sold them, while the saturation of tapes among fans suppressed any demand for product.[68] In 1985, the Grateful Dead, after years of tolerance, officially endorsed live taping of their shows, and set up dedicated areas that they believed gave the best sound recording quality.[69]



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