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 No.5605[Reply]

Why do communist NERDS dislike jazz?
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 No.8512

>>8493
>>8495
>>8494

its ok to say its 2deep4u whitoids

 No.8513

>>8509
>jazz has to bop or its made by white people

the 'bop' is to make it palatable to white people, you have it backwards.

 No.8514

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>>8491
I dont disagree with you the white people had a place in the early formation of Jazz; just that at the time of its early formation it was catergorized as 'black' and put into the narrow box; this is evidenced by the framing around the cotton club and shit we discussed earlier

 No.8794

>>8501
All blues music after WWII and especially Civil Rights is dogshit
Black people stopped suffering to make good music
Good for them I guess

 No.12394

>Adorno posting
Adorno never really hated jazz, cause he never really studied it, he was studying why popular music was popular and big band white jazz happened to be what was popular in his day
>Benny Goodman, Frank Sinatra, Dick Jurgens
lets be honest, if you had to listen to these guys as well, you'd also think it'd suck ass compared to some of the best classical modernists such as Berg or Webern.

the thing is Adorno doesn't really hate Jazz, he hates all pop music, and the reason he hates it is because he took his work as a philosopher seriously, and he honestly took pop music seriously to the point where he couldn't deny how terrible it was. To him pop music represents a music that can be consumed and played to fit a role in society, and Adorno felt like art music shouldn't ever be exploited or used in this way, it should defy law and society.



 No.11814[Reply]

post leftist music
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 No.12137

This is by far one of the most beautiful songs I've ever heard.

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>>12154
>post-leftist music
>left-wing
Kind of a stretch and leftists hate "lifestylists" but okay.



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 No.12336[Reply]

>reading about vaporwave and other 2010s genres (including ones that aren't just samples slowed, chopped and changed) for nostalgia purposes
>start seeing all the musical genre discussion, namedropping artists, people talking about their craft, discussion of technique, cliques, whatever
>start seething again that despite being a passable artist, 3d modeller, and programmer, i cannot and will not ever understand how to make music
fuck musicians. every other group can make a tutorial but not them. oh, go learn sheet music, learn all these italian terms for shit. bro you can do it with all these online resources out there (btw i had pro music lessons since age 5 hehe). fuckers. ask an artist and he'll show you how to draw a cube, or even break down an existing drawing for you. ask a programmer and he'll show you how to type up hello world or make basic game mechanics or whatever. ask a 3d modeller and he'll show you the donut tutorial. useful, practical advice that you can use. musicians? uhh, practical advice? uhh i dunno bro ~just do what sounds good~. show you? why would i do something like that? idk bro download a midi, look at that wall of blocks and just understand it, okay? just do that but different… just do what sounds good…
fuck you, how about i learn how to surgically replace your arms with lobsters. huh? does that sound good buddy? get out of my ears, worm.
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 No.12375

>>12368
i want to know how chord progressions translate into what notes you actually play, specifically whether you can repeat the same chord within the progression before "moving on" (i.e. play the I chord 4 times and have it still count as the I phase of the progression, then move on to V and play it 3 times…and so on.)

basically: if i play the "C" chord on a piano 4 times, can that be the first part of an I-V-vi-IV progression (i.e. it only "progresses" when you pick a new chord, but you can play that chord over and over as much s you want), or would doing that create an "I-I-I-I" progression because you can only play the chord once.

>>12370
basically my question could be turned around to: on a guitar you can keep your hands on C and strum away while still being in the "I" part of this progression, on a piano can you keep mashing "C" in the same fashion? every time i've typed the note of a chord in a confusing way, imagine strumming the guitar or playing that chord on the piano. (i.e. Strum C, wait 2 beats, Strum C, Strum G 4 times, Play C, wait 2 beats, Play C…)

or if you like: is the key part of a chord progression playing the chord or the chord change? if you play the same chord twice, does that count as the second phase of the progression, or does it stay in the same phase until you pick a new one?

>>12373
i tried this and ran into the problem i was content with music at a much simpler level than was necessary to understand it. like, i'm happy not playing chords at all and just finding melodic versions of tunes i like. that's relaxing to sit and play but it didn't teach me anything.

 No.12376

>>12375
>i tried this and ran into the problem i was content with music at a much simpler level than was necessary to understand it. like, i'm happy not playing chords at all and just finding melodic versions of tunes i like. that's relaxing to sit and play but it didn't teach me anything.
Well, anon, the learning comes from analysing what you've played. Could you give an example of a melodic version of a song you like?
>basically my question could be turned around to: on a guitar you can keep your hands on C and strum away while still being in the "I" part of this progression, on a piano can you keep mashing "C" in the same fashion?
NTA but this seems like more of a piano-playing question than a theory question. I'm no pianist, but as far as I know pretty much anything goes. Listen to the piano in Mr Blue Sky, for example, which has the pianist playing straight quarter notes for most of the verse, and then something like Don't Stop Me Now, where Freddie plays it as a broken chord and does some fancy rhythmic stuff incorporating both hands. It's just about whatever fits the feel of the song.

 No.12377

>>12375
>if i play the "C" chord on a piano 4 times, can that be the first part of an I-V-vi-IV progression (i.e. it only "progresses" when you pick a new chord, but you can play that chord over and over as much s you want), or would doing that create an "I-I-I-I" progression because you can only play the chord once.
you could play C major for as long as you want and it would still be written as I-V-vi-IV, since that denotes the chord 'changes' and not necessarily how many times each chord is played

 No.12378

>>12375
>basically: if i play the "C" chord on a piano 4 times, can that be the first part of an I-V-vi-IV progression (i.e. it only "progresses" when you pick a new chord, but you can play that chord over and over as much s you want), or would doing that create an "I-I-I-I" progression because you can only play the chord once.
Ooooooh, I see what you mean now. This is an interesting question, because if the chord doesn't change, it wouldn't be a progression so much as a vamp. It kind of depends on context. Like, I'd say that the verse from Ever Fallen in Love by the Buzzcocks is a chord progression, albeit a very simple one. The first chord is held for almost two bars, then another is played, then it is returned to, then the second chord is played, then a third. I'd write that progression as

vi-V-vi-V-I


I wouldn't write

vi-vi-vi-vi-vi-vi-vi-vi-vi-vi-vi-vi-V-V-V


because that takes ages and is silly. If I wanted to show rhythm and meter as well as chords, I'd use a chart, either incorporating numerals or the Nashville Number System (but I don't know how that works, so don't ask)

 No.12382

>>12336
its because theres natural talent involved anon. No matter what not everyone will be a good singer



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 No.7346[Reply]

Post pretty good covers
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 No.10953

Red Army Choir sings the traditional Scottish song "Annie Laurie". Beautiful shit, lads.
>>8286
When I opened the embed I was thinking, "that better be Lilac Wine." Good job, anon.

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Blacktop Mojo - "Dream On" (Cover)

 No.12180

Rare extended mix of Everybody Wants To Rule The World by Tears for fears.

 No.12381

Shawn James – Ain't No Sunshine (Bill Withers Cover)



 No.12264[Reply]

itt: outlaw music

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 No.12266

>>12264
>"outlaw music"
>look inside
>song about a cop killing an outlaw

 No.12313

Renzo Novatore approves this thread.

I'm curious: is there nihilist outlaw music? Nietzschean outlaw music?

 No.12329

>>12313
I don't know, maybe this song counts?

People say I'm no good
And crazy as a loon
'Cause I get stoned in the mornin'
I get drunk in the afternoon
Kinda like my old blue tick hound
I like to lay around in the shade
And I ain't got no money
But I damn sure got it made


'Cause I ain't askin' nobody for nothin'
If I can't get it on my own
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 No.12319[Reply]

A place to post your own songs or ask questions and discuss music making.


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 No.4666[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

ITT we talk about anything related to punk, hardcore, and any subgenres of punk and hardcore.
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 No.12249

>conservatism is the new punk
Meanwhile, conservative punk:

 No.12250

>>12249 (me)
Man, if modern punk rockers are too scared to offend others and incelcore artists are Christian conservatives who hate gay people then punk is so over. So, so over… 😢

 No.12297

>want to go to my first ever punk show (and music event in general)
>it's a house show
>address isn't on the advertisement, have to already know it or maybe ask
>message 2 of the bands playing
>no response
>doors open in an hour
fuck me

 No.12298

>>12249
Ironically better than most punk music right now

 No.12311

>>12298
After some research you may actually be correct, Negative XP's paleocon views aren't the norm and there are some queers and women too, though I haven't seen any socialist artists. Plus Negative XP's views are already controversial within the scene. His music is still funny though, death of the artist is in full force here.

This song sux tho, it's the corniest song he's ever written. Why is he Christian if he wants to be an edgelord anyway? Christianity is a hippie religion, never understood why edgy conservatards believe in it, Christian edgelordism is a contradiction (and so is KKK's "positive" Christianity for that measure).



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 No.4971[Reply]

post jah chune n dat fam
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 No.12304

Delroy Wilson - Living In The Footsteps

 No.12305

In Crowd – Born In Ethiopia! & Ethiopia

 No.12306

Leroy Horsemouth Wallace - Herb Vendor

Fuck this song goes hard. Makes me want to become a weed dealer.

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 No.12308

Neasden Connection - Tchaikovsky Piano Concerto No. 1



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 No.6579[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

A thread for my favorite kind of music. Chill RnB, Soft Rock, Jazz.

You are now entering the chill zone. Spacey sounds, slow BPMs, beautiful voices and harmonies will bless you.
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 No.12286

>>12285
Al B. Sure! - Nite and Day

 No.12287

>>12286
>>12285
Jermaine Jackson - Don't Take It Personal

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>>12287
Jermaine Jackson - You're In Good Hands

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>>12288
A Taste Of Honey - You're In Good Hands

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Kool And The Gang - Oasis



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 No.12290[Reply]

post reggae music

 No.12291

Morgan Heritage - Hail Up The Lion (uncomfortable)

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