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 No.1198[Reply]

Post calming, gentle, music ITT. Currently, I’m really into this song called “Bleecker Street,” by Simon and Garfunkel.
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 No.1199

It kinda gives me nostalgia for a time I never experienced, like the peak of the American Empire during the 1950s and early 1960s, when the Soviet Union was strong, and there was a decent welfare state, and no climate change, and everything just seemed … better, I guess. Here’s a really beautiful cover of it btw.


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 No.8[Reply]

Time to share some of that most sophisticated music, you know what it is.

https://youtu.be/LgaIUqH0w6c
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 No.82

I know its from some University, But 91.7 KRTU is a pretty good source for some neat jazz tunes.

https://v7player.wostreaming.net/2970
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 No.1179

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>>73
Yes.
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 No.1182

>>1179
damn this is fire
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 No.1184

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 No.1186

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>jazz


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 No.1173[Reply]

OUGH


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 No.511[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

>No music thread
Step it up lads

>Boards of canda - 5.9.78

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3A786lOX8jc

>Blackmores night - Journeyman

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L0gFz3_js1Y
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 No.822

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>>819
Lmao that dude literally looks like a cartoon character in real life
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 No.823

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QbqxHR8q2GM

In the night of Tammisaari, the twinkling of the stars are not visible, there the whips and bayonets stick from belts on each side. They want to show their masters how to beat those who have already been beaten down. So they fulfill the task that their masters gave them meticulously.

Under the whip, only few are bent, only a few without strength are exhausted from battles. We walk straight after all this, even though the herd of greyhounds beat us. Go back no step, the night is darker there.

This is not arrogance, nor is it defiance of fate. We walk the path of battles and will always remember: our class is the creator of everything, and the battle for it is enormous. It's also the protection of our battle, that's why the sky is so safe.

Don't worry our class is up, we will never let you down. The struggle in front of us is noble, this is the way we go. The vanguard of us, it inspires the struggle and the victims on the path of the struggles it teaches to give.

In the night of Tammisaari, the flame of hate still flares. Not in the hard work of a slave, our forces should not fall. With our class side by side we will give the last blow. Down with the oppressive parasites, down with their dark executors!
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 No.1166

damn this thread is bumping


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 No.1156[Reply]

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sTAvm_Fk09M

What is this song about? They keep singing about capital
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 No.1157

>>1156
The capital raises the rents and the state raises the benefits
Then you can cheat a little with the ironclad wage laws
And even pay a lower salary than the price of food and rent
Because the state is all too happy to help when the cost of living becomes far too high

Side by side, together they help each other
The state and the capital, they sit in the same boat
But they are not the ones who row, who row so the sweat runs
And the whip that cracks doesn’t even tickle their fat necks

The building of the day care system is regulated by the business cycle
Then women are given their place in the economic structure
A cheap labour force reserve, on hand when the factories whistle
Pushed back again by lack of resources, if the wheel of profitability suddenly slows
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 No.1162

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>>1161
There was also a very famous punk cover of this song by the band Ebba Grön named Staten & Kapitalet (State & Capital):
https://youtu.be/unHS713TTAE
It reached high on the Swedish charts and the album is kind of a cult classic in Sweden to this day.
Here's another song from the same album called Beväpna Er (Arm Yourselves) written by their anarchist bassist:
https://youtu.be/WPQlCAbdn48

Lyrics translated:
Yes!
Yes I, I hate the whole bourgeoisie
yes I, I hate the whole royalty
yes we, we will arm ourselves
yes we, we will arm ourselves

Yes I, I swear from my heart
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 No.1151[Reply]

I WAS BORN IN A DUBLIN STREET
WHERE THE LOYAL DRUMS DID BEAT

https://youtu.be/hbrPcMhV7DA
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 No.1159

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 No.1160

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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.115

>>110
Might be worth offering use of your tracks for free or nominal charge to small developers of videogames, short films, Youtube videos etc? That is where I find a lot of music I end up liking.
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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.
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 No.1132

>>1116
much easier to play guitar on a keyboard imo, lots of good guitar vst's out there to download
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 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.
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 No.1147

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


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 No.1062[Reply]

As an avid listener of metal, something that frustrates me is the prevalence of chuds and reactionaries in metal (especially black metal). The visibility of guys like Varg and Famine of Peste Noire infamy has colored the public perception of extreme metal as being the domain of edgelord fascists. What are some metal groups that could be said to be socialist, anarchist, or leftist in some manner?

To start things off, I'd highly recommend the Panopticon album "Kentucky," which is a BM album about the state's history with labor organizing among coal miners, as well as the coal industry's destruction of the state's natural beauty. It's not a perfect album by any means but the way it mixes BM with bluegrass is cool, plus it has an incredibly redpilled message.

https://youtu.be/gSObRNcPAv8
https://youtu.be/2zwxEKmoVD4
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 No.1074

>>5152
This one's great too: https://youtu.be/S29yDRwmDBA
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 No.1075

Nazi smasher by ghoul
https://youtu.be/kLHV93ICa6E
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 No.1076

>>5240
remeber when darkthrone had "Norweigan aryan black metal" or something like that written in the back of their album covers lol good thing fenriz removed it and stopped being a le polface
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 No.1117

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>>1063
Panopticon is godtier.

>>1064
>>1063
Yeah lol no generals pls lol a leftist music general is what we would need if we didnt have a music board

>>1065
Damn Sankara is great. this is perfect, ive been trying to get into metal but ive only really been able to get into more cross genre concept stuff like Panopticon, and i was introduced to metal thru people into punk and jazz so im not really into the more glossy, goofy high fantasy viking stuff. no disrespect for it i appreciate the aesthetic, it reminds me of the goofy 90s/2000s rap aesthetic, but i like it grimier. even Burzum i do actually really like, i think i only listened to the album with the horn on the cover but i loved it, fascist shit aside

i also really fuck with Electric Wizard and Dopesmoker, if anybody has any sludgy metal recs i'd appreciate it.

Also, check out Nechochwen:

https://youtu.be/qmD0lqAAyjM?list=OLAK5uy_lO0D6o5iWRpH3_DUJ8U1v0UYprE2cF2cM
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 No.1120

Rammstein has always been lefty.


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 No.127

BASED
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 No.477

https://gris-northernsilence.bandcamp.com/album/il-tait-une-for-t
https://hypnoticdirgerecords.bandcamp.com/album/damp-chill-of-life
https://trvlvthn.bandcamp.com/album/unfailing-fall-into-naught

does anyone know any good RABM? i know panopticon is kinda lefty but i dont like them and im kinda sick of listening to mostly reactionary pieces of shit


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