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Proleswin Radio

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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Power Metal thread

I fucking love Blind Guardian, I've been neglecting all their albums other than the first 2 for the past 5 or so years, only recently did I begin to appreciate Tales from the Twilight World and Somewhere Far Beyond, they're such wonderful and epic albums
>YOU'RE THE MYSTICAL OLD BARD, ON YOUR JOURNEY THROUGH THE DARK
I regret not giving this song a listen years ago. This one, and Lost in the Twilight Hall.

So what's your favorite band? Favorite album?
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Catchy folk/ propaganda music.

No boring ass woody Guthrie singing about how sad it to be from Oklahoma while strumming his guitar. I want synthesisers, fast rhythms, weird ass instruments you’ve never heard before. I want shit that would make you want to get up and dance in your local town square with other third world peasants.

Is its leftist? cool. Is its advocating for the genocide of some ethnic minority or the establishment of a global caliphate? I don’t give shit as long as the music is fire.
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Currently listening

Post what you're currently listening to
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Jazz General

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

https://youtu.be/LgaIUqH0w6c
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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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Post your favorite Folk-Punk
I'll start
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/chilledm/

Post chill house, dnb, and other electronic mood music.
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Music Search

Music Sauce Thread
Thread for locating sources on music, musicians, composers and other content.
If you can, use Use Shazam or MusicID to locate music by audio.
Also https://www.aha-music.com/identify-songs-music-recognition-online/
Use https://songsear.ch/ for lyrics
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ITT

Music you grew up with.
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Post good music that makes you happy

Post good music that makes you happy
>Post good music that makes you happy
Post good music that makes you happy

>PONPONPON

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yzC4hFK5P3g

>This one touhou song

Embed rel

>This furfag's music

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5K7Frc2lTI8
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y0E5wpyLd3M
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QDvvt1kmL1Q

Soz for brainfried tasteanarchismAnarchism
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What is the most autistic genre?
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ITT: Songs You Recently Discovered

As it says on the tin, post songs that you have recently found. Obscure stuff is preferred but really anything goes I suppose.

Found this while I was looking around at some Russian movies on Youtube hoping to find some communist shit to make memes from.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6dA-EbSaap4
Pretty chill and somber.
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Punk Rock

Post some Street Punk, Oi!, Hardcore, Crust, D-Beat, etc.left_communismLeft Communism
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/JRPGOST/

Post bangers from various JRPGs
>Bonus points for music that don't sound like video game music
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E N T H U S I A S M

Q U A K E R W A V E
my faction hasnt been winning lately but I still wanna rejoice in the lord so I made yall a lil victory lap vibes

https://youtu.be/hYlOY7_wNIc

https://www.bitchute.com/video/t8XK87UAXEkL/

gz on your endeavors
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Fingerstyle
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future funk/house appropriation

Whats up with pop artists doing shit like this and imitating daft punk style? is anime cool to normies now?
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bump thread

Post a song that you like and try to guess each other's personalities

https://youtu.be/_ZaDQL6fobA
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Golden Age Hip-Hop

>THE SOUTH BRONX, THE SOUTH, SOUTH BRONX
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Red Metal

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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Doomer/bleak music

>inb4 Molshit Doma or DeathMetal#2546
I'm talking about real intensely raw, on the verge songs that makes you feel like picrel

Trying to attain a feel here more than a genre but you get the idea
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I recently discovered that i like techno music but between all the different genres im kinda lost rn
So post your favorite techno music and tell me which genre it is (maybe a short definition of the genre if you would be so kind)
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Post songs that make you cry (any genre).
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Grimes the Poser

wtf she makes music too?
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Nothing has ever touched my soul more than Pendulum's first album ever has. Especially Hold Your Colour. No matter how many times I listen to it, it makes me feel like I matter and like life is worth fighting for. It only affects me more when I've done psychedelics. This song is me tbh
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Post Disco bros
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I WAS BORN IN A DUBLIN STREET
WHERE THE LOYAL DRUMS DID BEAT

https://youtu.be/hbrPcMhV7DA
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Pick Which Song I'll Learn on Guitar Please

I bought a new Kramer Baretta Special for 180 bucks to try to get back into guitar playing. It's been fun, but I'm running out of songs I want to learn. I like to be spontaneous by just picking up random songs that I might not have listened to on my own. Tell which song to learn please, it's your pick. I'm advanced enough I play pop,metal, rock, some jazz, but please don't say Polyphia or something that's going to blister the fuck outta me fingers.
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Ancient and Traditional music

>Ancient Roman Music (118 Minutes)

authentic-sounding instruments that ancient peoples would've played. no orchestras, electronics or other modern "twists"

no christian, celtic/irish or "european medieval" music. they're too structured to be grouped together with ancient or other traditional music and they are so numerous they belong in different thread

if you embed a youtube link plz post the song title / description or no one will click your contextless link
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indie rock 2000s->early 2010s

what does everyone think of the indie rock scene of the 2000s and early 2010s, often associated with hipsters? The Strokes, foster the people, arctic monkeys, and ofc. songrel.

Was it just the last dying gasp of rock after emo rock or something more?
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Can I wear band T-shirt or is it too consumerism?
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Music Theory

I want to understand how you're supposed to play songs on piano. From what I've seen so far, you play the melody with one hand and with the other hand you play the chords, either as full chords or arpeggios. But how do you know which chords you have to play to fit a certain melody?

I already know a bit of music theory so I tried figuring it out on my own. I looked up Katyusha on piano to see which chords are played.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5gMx_Yiut9w

The song is in D minor, and they play the chords in this order:
Dmin x3
Amaj 2nd inversion x4 (Db E A)
Dmin x 2
Fmaj 1st inv. (C F A)
Gmin 1st inv. (D G Bb)
Dmin, Gmin 1st inv. , Dmin, Amaj inv. , Dmin.

I assume that some chords are inverted so that the transition between them is smoother.

They play the same melody on the right hand side throughout the video, but in the beginning they only play the root notes of the chords with their left hand, after that they play the chords in different ways, and then they play the complete triads. And this is my question, how do you know which chord progression fits over a melody?

I tried to see if the chord degrees had anything to do with it. The chords in the key of D minor should be: Dmin (i), Edim (ii dim), Fmaj (III), Gmin (IV), Amin (v), Bbmaj (VI), Cmaj (VII). I imagined in simpler songs like this one you only needed to play chords from the key, but here they use an Amaj (A Db E) instead of an Amin (A C E), and I listened to the song with both an Amin and an Amaj, and I think it sounds better with the Amaj. I guess because when a G is played in the melody over the Amaj it forms an Amaj7 which creates more tension.

I also tried writing the chord progression:
i - i - i - V
V - V - V - i
i - III - iv - i
iv - i - V - i
but I can't really tell if this has anything to do with the melody.

So if I take another simple melody like Bella Ciao for example, can I figure out what chords to play from just that?
Or do I just try to see which chords sound good over it?

I guess what I want to know is in which way the notes in the melody relate to the notes in the chord progression?

>tldr: how does music work
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Artists you love for their music who have dumbshit politics

I'll start.
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Leftist MIDIs

Are there any good MIDIs of leftist music? The ones I find are absolute crap.
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I feel like a poser enjoying music with lyrics I don't understand.
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CU-CU-CU-CUMBIA (wipi!)

FUCK IT, cumbia thread

I can't resist wanting to dance to cumbia (I can't dance, yet). It often has two of my favorite instruments, trumpets and accordion. And many cumbias have a melancholic or sad melody, in my opinion, which I love as well. But every single one of them makes me wanna DANCE.

It's kinda sad that cumbia is seen more as a meme or liked ironically by people my age and younger. Nowadays it seems like only older people appreciate it. I just wanna share my love for cumbia.
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Hidded music gems

Post hidden musical gems
https://youtu.be/wz3X_ZHyk8Q
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It's autumn guys, post some spooky music
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donda is better than CLB

Now that the dust has settled I think it is time to acknowledge the fact that donda is better than CLB
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/Leftypol/ music thread!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eHAVrtfMN7U
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/ Industrıal/EBM/Witchouse/Darkwave/Hyperpop/Breakcore /

General discussion and sharing about those (and similar) genres
Anyone who enjoys Dark0 here, dude rocks man
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Post your favorite album covers

Regardless of the quality of the songs.
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Pearl Jam were not a very good band

They just weren’t

Andrew Patrick Wood was an American musician. He was the lead singer and lyricist for the alternative rock bands Malfunkshun and Mother Love Bone. Wood formed Malfunkshun in 1980 with his older brother Kevin Wood on guitar and Regan Hagar on drums.
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Vaporwave is ultimately a celebration, not a satire, of capitalism

Yes, yes, it's ANOTHER thread about hauntological shit. But isn't vaporwave, by the process of aestheticization inherent in it, ultimately a celebration of all the soulless corporate trash it purports to poke fun at? I realize I'm generalizing somewhat and not all vaporwave necessarily has anything, positive or negative, to do with capitalism. But if you listen to something like Ferraro's Far Side Virtual, or Luxury Elite's TV Party, doesn't it conjure an image that seems genuinely desirable, even if it's empty? Even at its most uncanny (like a lot of the "broken transmission" subgenre) doesn't it aestheticize its subject matter and thus make it more bearable if not outright enjoyable? Isn't that why the aesthetic has taken off to begin with?

Is there any way to really pull off this "ironic" approach to music without ultimately producing either a celebration of what you're trying to attack or something that nobody actually wants to listen to? If we wanted to turn this method against capitalism could we instead create nostalgia not for the ultracapitalist 80s but for times of greater cooperation and a genuinely functioning society? Would there even be any point to doing so?
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>Lee ‘Scratch’ Perry, visionary master of reggae, dies aged 85
WTF.. the upsetter.. I thought he'd live forever bros.. :(
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🥳 HAPPY BIRTHDAY MIKU 🎂

HAPPY BIRTHDAY
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cringe anti communist songs.

i'll start with
Johnny Wright - Hello Vietnam

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LNHOFyIaGD8

"We must stop communism in that land
Or freedom will start slipping through our hands"
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Incelcore/MKULTRA Support Group

Group of lofi soundcloud artists that gained popularity thanks to their edgy lyrics
Negative XP, EggWhite, Sodaboy64, Belowground, Gezebelle Gaburgably etc
https://soundcloud.com/mkultrasupportgroup
https://www.youtube.com/c/UpToTheWolves/videos

Are you aware of any of them? What do you think, based or cringe?
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Is ICP based or uncased?
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Some people just do nothing will usher in a real comeback for Garage and Jungle in popular music.
Screenshot this.
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Yugoslav War Music

Serb, Bosniak, Croat, Kosovar etc.
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Songs Understanding General

You ever listen to some music and can read the lyrics but don't really get it is about?

This is the place to post that music and other anons will give their interpretation at it

I'll start

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RDY2qPjKl7Q

I head ID and I thought this song was about psychology

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RDY2qPjKl7Q

This sound kinda seems sus. Is it a racist song about being scared of different looking people?
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In the aeroplane over the sea

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

Parody heavy metal band from Spain with lyrics constantly shitting on PMCs, something all metal should do tbh. They also seem to like Marx.
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Musician General

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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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
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Female Artists

Post and discuss. Any genre, doesn't really matter.
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Soviet music that's not red army choir shit
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DOOM METAL THREAD

Post Doom/sludge slow shit only

https://youtu.be/RGqUo7a7J_I
Warning - watching from a distance
Great album
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DPRK General

Thread for music from People's Korea
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Wats the best Dizzee track?
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Your secret stash

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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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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What do you guys think about kpop?

Opinions and discussions welcome!

What do you guys think about K-Pop and its artists? It has become so hot lately. Just look at BTS and other K-pop groups like Stray Kids. As an ex-fan I honestly think their songs are great. Where do you guys position yourselves in? Do you think that their music is great? Do you think that communist music are far much better than these genres?
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What do you guys think about kpop?

Opinions and discussions welcome!

What do you guys think about K-Pop and its artists? It has become so hot lately. Just look at BTS and other K-pop groups like Stray Kids. As an ex-fan I honestly think their songs are great. Where do you guys position yourselves in? Do you think that their music is great? Do you think that communist music are far much better than these genres?
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What are some songs or performances that bring you to tears?

Starting with this one.sabo-tabbySabo-Tabby
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Stay with me!
I banged on the door at midnight!
But seasons will return…
Stay with me!
I say this all the time!
I still cherish our memories.
I still have not forgotten them…
Stay with me!
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I'm getting back into memphis type beat again and I have to say this was confidently made for drifting
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I like drone and I like metal but I can't get into sunn o)))
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SLG

Sounds like General: General thread for discovering new music that sounds similar to other artists.

I'll start: BlackMill

Requesting artists that sound like Blackmill, or, similar! Thank you.
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Demos

Post demos of songs that could surpass their final versions.left_communismLeft Communism
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Communist Avant-Garde

ITT we share communist avant-garde and discuss its meaning.

I will begin by submitting Arseny Avraamov and his Symphony Of Factory Sirens, composed for the fifth anniversary of the October Revolution and performed only twice, in Baku and Moscow. The composition marshaled the sounds of an entire city as its instruments, and thousands of people were required to successfully perform it.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kq_7w9RHvpQ

Human beings assign meaning and symbolic value to sounds by the process of conscious interpretation. The sound of a police siren can be rendered in physical terms by tone, pitch, and volume; terms that do not represent meaning. Yet, the sound has a distinct meaning for humans who have lived in societies with a motorized police force. This is because humans have interpreted the sound by associating its physical characteristics with its social context. The sounds of every society are meaningful in this sense.

Bourgeois society has been the dominant class society since the 19th century. The unique characteristic of bourgeois society is its compulsion to constantly revolutionize itself, to generate ideology and to constantly expand production. This compulsion created modern industry, organized on the basis of commodity production and exchange. The ideological component of bourgeois production is called ‘capitalism’ . Capitalism is a social form and therefore a conscious experience, and sound is an important part of conscious experience. The sounds of bourgeois society take a distinct meaning that is evident to the individuals that live in it. All class societies utilize a mode of production that is socially antagonistic. The antagonism between classes is manifested in struggles for dominance between social classes in class societies. These struggles develop into social revolutions that overthrow existing relations of production, and substituting them with new relations.

The social revolution generated by the antagonisms of bourgeois society will produce a classless society, the communist society. The meaning of the sounds of capitalist society will be transformed according to their change in material and social context. Avraamov created a musical composition
representing that transformation, using as instruments the industry of bourgeois society. By arranging these elements: factory sirens, steam engines, the engines of vehicles, artillery, foghorns, and entire rifle divisions, Avraamov demonstrated the totality of the communist victory over capitalist society as a result of the October Revolution.

During a social revolution, individuals become agents of social change, and can consciously participate in the transformation of society. Avraamov was one of these individuals, who served as the Commissioner of Arts of the Republic for two years. The siren in the symphony of sirens, which previously represented the beginning and end of each workday in anarchic capitalist production, was turned into a instrument to be rearranged at will by the composer. The ability of the composer to manipulate the sounds of instruments at will reflects the communist reorganization of society that began in October 1917. Avraamov’s Symphony Of Factory Sirens is an interpretation of a communist revolution that the composer himself experienced and participated in. As a fragment of an emerging communist society, it should be an object of interest for all communists.marxMarx
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Self-Plug Thread.

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

AY SHADDAP YOU FACE AND POST THE WEIRDEST SONG YOU HEARD RECENTLY!
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Peremen!
trebuyut nashi serdtsa.
Peremen!
trebuyut nashi glaza.
V nashem smekhe i v nashikh slezakh,
I v pul'satsii ven:
Peremen!
My zhdem peremen!
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Eastern fascist music is better than Western fascist music

Before any autist spergs out, no I'm not a fascist, I'm not saying fascism is good or anything like that. This is about the music they make (or quasi-fascists, nationalists, etc). I think we can all agree that the typical fascist music we are used to is awful. The music made by Western fascists such as in Nazi Germany or Francoist Spain is more often than not very boring, uninspiring, and repetitive. All those Nazi miltiary marches sound the same, they're all quite mediocre.

Horst Wessel Lied sucks ass, Erika, which is a song wehraboos soyface all over (no clue why) is also very mediocre, I don't understand how anyone could enjoy that song. Most Nazi songs are like this. Cara al Sol, a fascist anthem of the Francoists, is genuinely one of the worst songs I've ever heard. Look it up to see for yourself. And yes I know by saying Western fascists I'm generalizing a lot, but idgaf, the impression I get from them is that all their songs are very similar, bland military shit.

Now let's take a look at Eastern fascists, specifically from the Balkans (yes I know the Balkans are not Eastern Europe but it's not Western Europe either, ergo they go into the broader "Eastern world" for this analysis), from the Middle East, and the Caucasus.

Two Serbian songs I'd like to show you guys, I know most of you are already very familiar with turbofolk but first check out this Chetnik song, the original lyrics apparently were written in 1941 iirc but this version idk what year it's from
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ptfEU4KghHw&ab

There's something about this song. It's weirdly inspiring in a way, it has a good melody, good voice, overall pretty good song.

And coming back to turbofolk, I also want to post this shit. You all probably know this song by now, It's far more rightoid and unapolegitically so but it's still a good song imo. Again goes to show that Serbian rightwingers for whatever reason actually make good music, as opposed to other European rightoids, particularly Western Europeans
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ETQmQ1Ixv5Y&ab

Moving on to the next song, a Turkish fascist song from the Grey Wolves. Again with this one, just like the first Chetnik song, this one inspires you. The melody, rhythm, it makes you want to go and fight for Turkey. I'm going to assume the translated lyrics are not the best so we can only base ourselves off of the vocals but they don't dissappoint. Can't really describe it any further, it's just a really good song imo.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4W2rBYmbY6w

For the last song, an Azeri song about, I'm assuming after looking at some translated lyrics, Karabakh belonging to Azerbaiyan or some shit like that, you know typical blood and soil shit. I don't know how to describe this song properly, it's a rap but also has a very nice melody and rhythm, can't really elaborate further than that
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mDc6iw2EeJs

To conclude this post, besides sharing some songs I think are pretty good, I wanted to see if we could have a discussion as to why these songs are better than typical fascist/quasi-fascist music. Is it actually a thing about Eastern vs Western fascism? Or something unrelated to the actual content of the songs/their creators?
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/WEBM/

Post your vids and general kino
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Let's listen to new flexx shit comradesislamic_communismIslamic Communism
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Underground Rap

What's an artist that you have been getting into a lot more?
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Make way for the new punk

Plague Deniers - Covidiot (2021) [320]
>Punk Rock, Post-Hardcore, EP
https://plaguedeniers.bandcamp.com/track/covidiot
https://www65.zippyshare.com/v/JGp8wFwT/file.html
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Where do you get your music? Ideally lossless.
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how do i enjoy sountracks that have no vocals?

im confused on how you listen to soundtracks
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Local Essentials

Post artists that are essentials from your city. I'll start with Houston: UGK and DJ Screw are criminally underrated for their establishment of Southern Hip-Hop.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K_h55O66uf0

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MnP1XmxyqxAinternational_brigadeInternational Brigade
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/luminoso/ - Senderista Music

Sendero Luminoso / Shining Path Musicsendero_luminosoSendero Luminoso
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We should revive disco imo ngl tbh
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Good boards for musicians and music production?

Don't get me wrong guys, I love you all. But I'm looking for a more populated board to discuss music production. I want to get into making music using a DAW and I need to talk to people, who know this stuff. This place here isn't very populated, this is why I consider to look for a board which focuses solely on music production. Does anyone know a good board or forum for this purpose? Many thanks in advance!
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Did Apple make a deal with cell carriers to help burn through people's data plans?
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fuck the police

fuck the police
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>"I know you think you're such an outlaw"
>"but you got no job"
music used to be my escape
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Type O Negative predicted waifuism in 2003.
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/postrock/ general thread

Post your favorite posts here. Bonus points for underrated posts. Vidrel what I'm listening to rn

self-titled by Twin Speak: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VDcPsq3QqDk
\ / by Camel Driver: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0KzxZCNtW84
Numinous by Those Who Ride With Giants: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hVSIBCIbs9Q
Your Own Story by Distant Dream: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o9lCtkEnf9A
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"Hey Ya!" is one of the best post-2000 pop songs to date.

Not only is it catchy and has meaningful lyrics, it is compositionally unorthodox for its genre/s (for example, straying from a standard time signature) and varied.

What are some pop songs you appreciate and why?
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M.I.A

She's so amazing leftybros and leftysistras.
Who are your favourite musicians for decent politics as well as amazing music?
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Ambient Music General

Come here to post/talk about some nice ambient tracks
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GOAT

How does leftypol feel about the greatest band of all time, Mr. Big?

It is well known that Paul Gilbert is the GOAT shredder.

Richie Kotzen lineup was fantastic, also.piratePirate
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Je4Eg77YSSA

>So this is the kid, I was telling you about Dylan. Anon's got a great future ahead

<Well, Come on show them musical chops you got kid! I ain't got all day
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Denpa music thread

Denpa(電波) is a Japanese subculture characterized by bizarre and eerie themes. It originally began as a derogative term for mentally deranged behavior, but over the 1990s was adapted by otaku into their culture. In part, through artistic expression within manga, anime and visual novels, and also separately as a genre of cute and quirky music.

More information:
http://denpa.omaera.org
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Denpa_song

Denpa blogs:
https://denpanosekai.blogspot.com/
https://denpapentateuch.blogspot.com/

Music downloads:
https://gist.github.com/dnpcllctns/9424fcc4c80429253d3194251b4a15ed
https://gist.github.com/dnpcllctns/f79394cd283ee30834ee6e4bb484b502
http://www.mediafire.com/RapeTheLolis
http://www.mediafire.com/denpasong

Denpa song bot:
http://twitter.com/dempa_bot
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THERE IS NO PLANET BEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE
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Headphone/speaker recommendations

Should I even bother getting nice equipment if I'm not a "music expert" whatever that means? And if so, what do you suggest?
I want to upgrade the shitty $10 PC speakers and generic headphones I've been using for the last decade but I have no idea where to go from there. Not even sure if I've got the ear for it.
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Hauntology, Music

Will we ever get any truly new music?
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Pic related is the definitive /leftypol/ album. I'm almost sure that D. Boon and Mike Watt would have browsed here if chan boards were a thing in the 80s.
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&gt;i am ironman

What did he mean by this?
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Anyone else hate it when a project loses one or more members and they don't disband and instead replace them while trying to keep the same identity (brand)?
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anti-war, anti-patriot, anti-country, anti-enlistment songs

YOU'VE GOTTA DIE
GOTTA DIE
GOTTA DIE
GOTTA DIE FOR YOUR GOVERNMENT

DIE FOR YOUR COUNTRY THAT'S SHIT


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

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sRCLHBhZPQ4

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uXcG3tXYNF8

any genre, any time periodpunkPunk
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Are playlists actually a thing that's widely used? I just listen to whole albums.
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/intifada/ Palestinian Anti-Zionist Music

Thread for Palestinian music against Zionism.
Songs from other Arab regions or across the world in support of Palestinians are also fine.palestinePalestine
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ITT post your best non-english hip-hop.
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What did Elvis copy

I want to know the artists and dancers that influenced his music and mannerisms

Where they all black people?
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THERE ONCE WAS A SHIP

THAT PUT TO SEA
THE NAME OF THE SHIP WAS THE BILLY OF TEA
THE WINDS BLEW UP, HER BOW DIPPED DOWN
OH BLOW, MY BULLY BOYS, BLOW (HUH)
SOON MAY THE WELLERMAN COME
TO BRING US SUGAR AND TEA AND RUM
ONE DAY, WHEN THE TONGUING IS DONE
WE'LL TAKE OUR LEAVE AND GO
SHE'D NOT BEEN TWO WEEKS FROM SHORE
WHEN DOWN ON HER A RIGHT WHALE BORE
THE CAPTAIN CALLED ALL HANDS AND SWORE
HE'D TAKE THAT WHALE IN TOW (HUH)
SOON MAY THE WELLERMAN COME
TO BRING US SUGAR AND TEA AND RUM
ONE DAY, WHEN THE TONGUING IS DONE
WE'LL TAKE OUR LEAVE AND GO
DA-DA-DA-DA-DA
DA-DA-DA-DA-DA-DA-DA
DA-DA-DA-DA-DA-DA-DA-DA-DA-DA-DA
BEFORE THE BOAT HAD HIT THE WATER
THE WHALE'S TAIL CAME UP AND CAUGHT HER
ALL HANDS TO THE SIDE, HARPOONED AND FOUGHT HER
WHEN SHE DIVED DOWN LOW (HUH)
SOON MAY THE WELLERMAN COME
TO BRING US SUGAR AND TEA AND RUM
ONE DAY, WHEN THE TONGUING IS DONE
WE'LL TAKE OUR LEAVE AND GO
NO LINE WAS CUT, NO WHALE WAS FREED
THE CAPTAIN'S MIND WAS NOT OF GREED
AND HE BELONGED TO THE WHALEMAN'S CREED
SHE TOOK THAT SHIP IN TOW (HUH)
SOON MAY THE WELLERMAN COME
TO BRING US SUGAR AND TEA AND RUM
ONE DAY, WHEN THE TONGUING IS DONE
WE'LL TAKE OUR LEAVE AND GO
DA-DA-DA-DA-DA
DA-DA-DA-DA-DA-DA-DA
DA-DA-DA-DA-DA-DA-DA-DA-DA-DA-DA
FOR FORTY DAYS OR EVEN MORE
THE LINE WENT SLACK THEN TIGHT ONCE MORE
ALL BOATS WERE LOST, THERE WERE ONLY FOUR
BUT STILL THAT WHALE DID GO (HUH)
SOON MAY THE WELLERMAN COME
TO BRING US SUGAR AND TEA AND RUM
ONE DAY, WHEN THE TONGUING IS DONE
WE'LL TAKE OUR LEAVE AND GO
AS FAR AS I'VE HEARD, THE FIGHT'S STILL ON
THE LINE'S NOT CUT, AND THE WHALE'S NOT GONE
THE WELLERMAN MAKES HIS REGULAR CALL
TO ENCOURAGE THE CAPTAIN, CREW AND ALL (HUH)
SOON MAY THE WELLERMAN COME
TO BRING US SUGAR AND TEA AND RUM
ONE DAY, WHEN THE TONGUING IS DONE
WE'LL TAKE OUR LEAVE AND GO
SOON MAY THE WELLERMAN COME
TO BRING US SUGAR AND TEA AND RUM
ONE DAY, WHEN THE TONGUING IS DONE
WE'LL TAKE OUR LEAVE AND GOtranshumanismTranshumanism
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NIGGERZ

No, seriously, that's the name of the album by Sadboy Sheldon/Sewerslvt consisting of mashups incorporating pisscore elements & cliches from various artists.
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I can philosophically justify rap music and country in terms of psychoanalysis and the linguistic turn. by engaging in self-criticism I have arrived at a more fundamental truth.
once I get my PhD, all of the pseuds and their aristocratic music will get BTFO, and I will revolutionize the aristocratic understanding of the arts. screen cap this so when I’m famous they’ll know I was from leftypol.
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Fire In the Booth

ITT: Post the best FiTB.
Wretch 32 & Avelino. your move.
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/lofi/

just post shit to study and relax to 24/7
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Pablo Hasél appreciation thread

Freedom for Pablo!
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This Boyd guy has been going through a lot of UK and DE artists i like a lot recently. Is gud. What do others think of him?
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Why is the YT Trending tab full of such garbage?

Pretty much the title. I decided to check what was "trending" on YT and the result was picrel. 99% of these songs are horrible musically and visually. The majority have bourgeois and extremely sexist lyrics. Why is this shit trending? Why isn't there the same backlash against the messages of popular music as there is against other media?
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Mashups

Post non-meme song mashups
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Wvae/Phonk General

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J0y6wM0aAgE

pretty based mix I found.

Anyone else like Skeler?
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4s0eQtFmPYc

Sun rises above the factory
But the rays don't make it to the street
Through the gates come the employees
Beat down and draggin' their feet
Lefties handin' pamphlets, workers comin' in
Two people on the pavement never be the same again
She placed it in his hand
Well they must have seen the sparks
Neither understands
What just happened to their hearts
Another mornin' of this place has ripped me out of my dreams
Realizin' life's a waste as the whistle blows off steam
One thing I'm betting on is nothin's ever gonna change
It's like our progress has just stalled and everyday's the same
She placed it in my hand
Co-workers seen the sparks
I couldn't understand
What just happened to my heart
Hello, my name is David, your name is Veronica
Let's be together, let's fall in love
Hello, my name is David, your name is Veronica
Let's be together, 'til the stars go out
Well all we need is for somethin' to give
The dam bursts open, we suddenly live
The boot off my throat, life is returning
The boot off my throat, let's all emote
Dawn breaks across this town and a new dawn breaks for me
Take the pains of the underclass
Tryin' to smile through gritted teeth
We must now all join up and throw off the shackles of shame
United we can't be defeated
They shall hear us proclaim
I placed it in his hand
Comrades seen the sparks
Couldn't understand what happened to my heart
Hello, your name is David, I am Veronica
Let's be together, until the water swallows us
Hello, you must be David, I am Veronica
Let's be together, until we're all finally crushed
Well all we need is for somethin' to give
The dam bursts open, we suddenly live
The boot off my throat, life is returning
The boot off my throat, let's emote
Well all we need is for somethin' to give
The dam bursts open, we suddenly live
The boot off my throat, life is returning
The boot off my throat, let's emote
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Convince someone to like a genre you listen to in 5 recommendations or less.
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I think is cool

I like this
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=THKCteQocns
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Based God appreciation thread

Lil B is the greatest rapper in history and I've spent over six hours to explain why.

If you require a fine tuned philosophical explanation of why Lil B is the greatest rapper of all time, it isn't worth being explained to you. Brevity is the soul of wit. He has made a larger quantity of music, all free, than almost any musician in such a short period of time. Very few of his tracks aren't original in some manner whether it be in their interaction with the beats, some unexpressed/rarely expressed societal consideration shown in various lights that range from exaggeration, truth, storytelling, lyrical consideration, ironical mockery, and sheer existence. when someone is surprised it has been neurologically shown that they are more prepared to intake new information, so his spectrum works on a few levels beyond originality for the sake of creativity. Lil B is the god of positivity, his music is beyond comprehension. Lil B is one of the smartest rappers of all time; this man has done lectures at Harvard. Lil B is a talented artist who likes to make goofy ass songs and enjoy himself. People are drawn to his likeable personality and sheer majesticness. Lil B is the Based God; layers upon layers and we are yet to find his mantle. What follows is an in-depth analysis of just one of the many masterpieces Lil B has created. Titled "Lil B - No Black Person Is Ugly MUSIC VIDEO MOST POWERFUL SONG OF THE DECADE?" Let's begin at the beggining of the song. The lyrics state: "No black person is ugly No black person is ugly No black person is ugly No black person is ugly" Throughout history, Black people have had to put up with mistreatment by mainly white people. The Based God is reminding us that Black people are not ugly at all and should be treated better and not judged based on the colour of their skin.
The fact that The Based God repeats this 4 times could show the desperation in the message that he is trying to convey. He wants this message to stay in people's heads so everybody knows that black people are not ugly.
Lil B then begins his first verse with:
"Make another dime a day, tryna make it rhyme away
Sometime my skin is the reason I'm alive today"
A lot of today’s rappers are admittedly in the industry for the pure sake of making money. Lil B, however, could care less about the “dime a day” he makes from rapping; what he really cares about is speaking out against racism and rhyming away the prejudice that affects African Americans to this very day; all whilst empowering who he is in the second line rather than any wealth he has.
We then delve into the next chunk of lines:
"Bigger than just a race, no card, just a race
No smile, fix your face, we all live in this place
Tryna make peace with the police
I'm not on probation so why you out asking me
This is not just about black, or wasn't about black
When we talk about that you wonder why I talk back"
Here ‘B is trying to explain that race should not be about 'privilege’. At many points in time, people use excuses like The Race Card, Playing the race card is an idiomatic phrase that refers to exploitation of either racist or anti-racist attitudes by accusing others of racism.
Lil B states that The Black community needs to be “bigger” than using The Race Card as a justification to things and eliminate it all together.
Lil B always has and always will support positive messages through his music, even if that means supporting peace with the very thing that most rappers have come to despise.
This fits the theme of the song because for decades, police officers have been accused of profiling against black people, making headlines on numerous occasions.
The last three lines fit in with the common black stereotype present in the US, the constant assumption that any black male in a crime ridden area must be on some kind of probation.
How could one even think that Lil B is on probation, he is the epitome of positivity.

Following all of this of course is:
"My English not perfect, I'm not the best at school
But understand I'm (?), I love life's rules
Homeless people will even give me money, I'm too real for the game
Reflection of the fame
I got cash, I hide all the pain
Your skin black people, they won't say a thing
That drama is a shame
They wanna kill you before they even know your name"
At the start Lil B knows that this line should be “My English is not perfect” and he knows that English is just another way that he is oppressed and put into the undercaste. He makes the same clever play in the next line “I’m not the best at school” intentionally leaving words out to resist the hegemonic narrative that white English is the English and that those who do not speak it are unintelligent or uneducated. This line will go over most people’s heads and is yet another reason why this song is so powerfully subversive. Lil B then reminds us that he didn’t attend a college or university (although he went to the high schools Albany &amp; Berkeley).
The Based God then teaches us that homeless people can often be the most generous. “Feed the needy not the greedy”. Of course the cash lyric is to shine light on the fact that It is much more difficult for black Americans to achieve the wealth that white Americans have over history. For example, statistically in 2015, a white person with a high school diploma has a higher income than a black person with a bachelor’s degree. At the same time that line expresses how Lil B tries to hide his pain from his fans and the public but can’t maintain the front.
In the past and even in the present day, there have been people who have targeted black people in violent acts or have tried to farm black people just because of the colour of their skin. Think about the Trayvon Martin incident.
The racist people don’t know the stories behind the people they are targeting and don’t even know about their lives or even their names but they are just treated badly because they are black people living in a society where some people, to this day, remain racist.

Deep stuff from the Based God.
The Hook Begins:
"Sunshine, sunshine, lookin' for the sunshine"
Lil B is telling people to look for the sunshine, or rather, the good that is within people as opposed to judging them before you get to know them. Sunshine represents the bright side of things and Lil B is in a quest to persuade others to uncover this bright side in other people prior to making judgment.
"No black is person is ugly, don't say it one time
No black is person is ugly, don't say it one time
No black is person is ugly, don't say it one time"
The repition of this lyric, much like the intro of the song, conveys Lil B’s importance of this message. Said 22 times throughout the song, Lil B wants convey this message of not judging a book by its cover and asks the listener to not immediately assume a person is “ugly” based upon their race or appearance.

“Don’t say it one time” is used doubly as a call for listeners to never say that a “black person is ugly” as well as playing off of the fact that he repeats this verse, not just saying it a single time.
With the first interpretation of the “don’t say it one time in mind”, it’s interesting to note that the repetition of this line completely contradicts his point of never saying what he’s saying. Could this be purposeful irony, a satire noting the fact that even with this message, things will never change and people will always continue to say it, regardless of what he preaches? You decide.
Verse 2 is a doozy so I'll break it down as much as I can:
"I'm sorta like a panther, I'm silent like the underground"
The Black Panther Party or BPP was an organization in the 1960s and 70s in the United States that believed in more extreme tactics to achieve equality for black people in America. They supported Martin Luther King Jr’s ideas, but believed that his nonviolent approach was ineffective. Here Lil B states that he’s Panther-like in his beliefs and clearly believes that racial profiling still exists in modern-America.
"Dealing with the trials of life, how did we get here today?"
In this line, Lil B decides to acknowledge the numerous obstacles he has faced in life, while reflecting on how these very same obstacles have shaped the image of our society today
"Black people not showed in the media"
Based God also touches on this later in the song and in the music video. He believes that black people are not shown enough on the news or in magazines, perhaps because the media believes them to be ugly, which ties back to the hook and title of this track. Often times the media reports on Black people in a negative light doing crimes, riots, and etc. Or portray them in a negative stereotype in films and TVs where they’re cast as the thugs, pushers, pimps, maid, hood rats, angry Black and etc. Therefore, they never show the real Black people as in strong, beautiful, creative, intelligent and etc.
"I was told that you gotta afro, that you gotta big nose
That your lips are too big, that you're talking low"
Lil B tells of all the aesthetic stereotypes of black people that he faced growing up, and the misconceptions of these being what all black people must look and talk like.
"My people understand, so why you don't know?
It's just communication
If we all sat down and got past the revelations"
This is all about coming together and speaking to eachother. No person being more human than the other. Advising bigotry to be countered with knowledge and education of the world and language blacks encompass. Revelations is also the last book in the bible which talks about the end of mankind. 'B is saying for humans to go beyond the end and ultimately progress.
"The future of the people
Advancement, tryna take chances, the media"
More of the same from the last lines while adding that advancement, an honest solution, can only arise from communication; an honest conversation.
"Propaganda, it slandered the black beauty
I'm not stupid, I see it everyday"
Lil B is probably referring to figures and artwork popular in the United States in the late 19th century and early 20th century which portrayed African Americans as a completely black, featureless people who greatly enjoyed watermelons.
Artwork like this tarnished the reputation of black people and ultimately led to the creation of stereotypes that still exist today.
"They got shows like Jailbreak but won't help you get straight"
This could be interpreted in 2 ways.
One :Based God is stating that they promote criminal activity yet won’t give those with such backgrounds a second chance.
Two: Based God may be speaking about Prison Break which is a much more famous show then Jailbreak, considering Jailbreak is an English show
“Get straight” also means managing addiction through counseling, support groups, job security, food security, having a purpose, and reclaiming a sense of optimism. Addiction does not happen in a vacuum. One of the most cruel aspects of the New Jim Crow is the underfunding of things black people need to survive, live with, and thrive past addiction while at the same time there’s always money for putting a person in jail ($40,000 a year on average).
"I'm tryna see black on more magazines"
Lil B wants to see more Africans on magazines and not in other negatively portrayed media outlets like Police Blotters or the 6 o-clock news; he wants to see them being praised not disgraced.
"On the streets, the hoods that you're claimin'
Never been racist so I understand if you wanted
Try to change places
I've seen the other side and I know that's amazin'"
Here he's alluding to the want in many underpriveledged black homes to get out of their situation. The Based God has seen and felt, in a sense, what white privilege is like because of his status, money, fame, etc. He's showing understanding for that want and exclaiming that there needs to be more energy poured into making it a reality for his brother's and sisters.
"They want you to work to enslave you
They try to trick you to think they made you"
This is possibly the most powerful line in the song and a possible hint at some history here:
Lil B may be hinting at the Slave era where blacks were brought from Africa to work on different plantations across The Western Hemisphere.
Statistics show us that blacks struggle more socioeconomically; this causes a typical reaction to what is called Strain Theory (among many other theories) which states that it basically becomes more prevalent for underprivileged individuals to commit crime.
Often, “white society” praises desegregation and the events that led up to the civil rights movement but many, even today still feel that white society was built to keep minorities like blacks down.

Hence here, Lil B uses the term they try to trick Blacks to thinking they can have an equal life as others when in fact, it is not at all the same.
Added to the fact that the uber capitalist nature of the West where they commercialize many things to appear to the masses. Therefore giving people that shouldn’t buy what they can’t afford a credit line or loan to always make sure (enslave) they keep on working to pay back what they own. Bascially trick them into a system that they never could win. It’s a an illusion of freedom that there are choices. Lil B is feeding us the knowledge to fight back with this.
"Y'all got a voice, stand up against violence
If it's close to your home, stand up against rape
No means no,"
You may feel frustrated or be disenfranchised (due to felony laws), but you have a voice which can resist the New Jim Crow which resist rape culture which can resist the violence and the systems of oppression.
Lil B is taking a steadfast position against rape. No means no, and that’s it.
He might have been influenced by a discussion about rape he had on twitter with his fans.
"clean up the streets
You feel me? And stop that beef
Hands up for peace on the streets"
Lil B uses the last few bars of his song to indicate a common, overgeneralized issue that plagues the black community. It is a stigma that Blacks are mainly the minority group involved with drugs on the street and street-violence, including black on black crime. This is Lil B’s call to arms to end all of this negativity that surrounds blacks as a group. A double entendre, second meaning is putting up hands when you get pointed at with a "PIECE".
The hook repeats and the song slowly begins to fade.
This song serves as a battle cry, a sombrer soliloquy and a reflection of Lil B's most powerful thoughts. We have an obligation to maintain peace, that is what he's trying to get us to understand. Amidst the often bleak reality of the world we live in, sunshine will break our cloudy day and lead to more beautiful tomorrow. The sunshine in us that is. Love your fellow man, we are all on the road of life with the same number of questions. When we see the beauty in others, it will help us to an answer for a better tomorrow. Thank you Based God, please fuck my bitch.
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YWN Afford It

ITT instruments or equipment you want but will never be able to affordanarcho-communismAnarcho-Communism
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A.C.A.B ACAB ACAB A.C.A.B ACAB YEAH
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Psychedelic

This thread is for discussing what can only be described as "stoner" music
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Breakcore.

Does anyone else into Breakcore and Jungle? Do you like to free-rave and teknival, anons?
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hip hop 2000s vs now

I know this may sound like a boomer take but is it weird that I prefer sample based hiphop beats of the 90s and 2000s over the generic trap beats and soulless generated EDM style beats created by an executive at Atlantic records or something? Producers like Dre, J Dilla, Nujabes had 100% more rememberable beats than whatever lil <whoever> raps over today.

Why did sample based hiphop/rnb fall out of style? is the licensing just too expensive? Maybe this is why mixtapes are better than actual albums because they don't worry about profits.
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What do you guys think of GrOb and Letov in general? Theres probably a lot thats been lost to me with the language barrier but he still seems like a very intresting musician, very emblematic of a lot of phenomena that happened immediately before and after the fall of the USSR
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q801yAFdBPA "A retrospective".
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Music plagarism should not be thing

Disregarding the idea of owning music and muh intellectual properly from a leftist

I don't understand how the fuck people who whine about these things expect millions of songs made throughout history in every part of the world won't inevitably end up sounding similar

I fucking hate this mindset. And 99% I can't even notice the similarity.

The only valid perspective about it I accept and understand is from the worker perspective where an indie artist can get their music stolen and profited off by somebody more famous and powerful since we live in capitalism and music can be capitalized on.

The ultimate purpose of music is supposed to make each other feel. I hate its commodification and the problems that has caused to it.

Also can anybody post me that apu staja picture where he's singing with headphones?punkPunk
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If you had the opportunity to choose a song to play at your time of death, what might you pick?
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Rip DMX

F
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/gg/ - Gusic General

Discuss Gusic and the latest gusic releases of gusic in the gusic
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name your favourite metal band for me its fear factory
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/calm/

Post calming, gentle, music ITT. Currently, I’m really into this song called “Bleecker Street,” by Simon and Garfunkel.
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Batcave General

Dark sounds. Post Gothic rock, Deathrock, Coldwave, Postpunkleft_communismLeft Communism
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Adorno appreciation thread

also minimalism, atonality etc.
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Blasphemy stanning thread

OUGH
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Underated artists

https://www.youtube.com/user/ShayferJames
This guy is my new favorite thing
He seems like a leftist ,many songs criticizing the system etc
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yv1ysIKmTWo
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-tOR_zyKZxw
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cwCdShFGjwI
Some of his best
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sTAvm_Fk09M

What is this song about? They keep singing about capital
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Niche Internet Genres

Name and discuss niche genres on the internet.

Utopian Virtual
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TPxqFxGRPxM

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_wc8d1ELx7I
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y2kcore

Post 2000s or late 90s music
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/BMG/ Black Metal General

First try edition

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6mrY9u3KUUY
R: 37 / I: 17

Kanye General

Just Kanye
R: 4 / I: 4
What kind of file formats do we have available to us here?
R: 4 / I: 9

This Is Serious Mum

Based TISM poster coming through.eurekaEureka
R: 32 / I: 13

Noise General.

Check this 1.

>Pulse Demon
R: 7 / I: 0

Music that isn't commie but make you feel commie?

What are musics that are not commie but capture the essence of being commie?
I think the OG Terminator theme counts
https://youtu.be/gTgRWko3KyU
Really all the T1 music is hardcore futuristic cyberpunk apoca-punk commie bass themes based
R: 12 / I: 1

chill hip hop thread

fellow zoomers get ITT. I'm making this thread for myself, since it's all I listen to these days. don't hesitate to recommend shit you like. it does not necessarily have to contain rap. anything in the area of trip hop, downtempo, lo-fi, chopped and screwed, gorillaz. you get the idea

some artists:
https://knxwledge.bandcamp.com/
Knxwledge is a former soundcloud producer. he's the founder of the sound that YouTube calls "lo-fi hip hop" these days.
https://open.spotify.com/artist/3ZMur3elMyOs248ah86NRk
Mach Hommy, my current favorite rapper. possibly the greatest rapper of all time. just released a great album called Fete Des Morts.
https://mikelikesrap.bandcamp.com/
MIKE. rapper and producer. makes a LOT of music which is mostly him rapping over his own beats.

some songs:
https://youtu.be/V1YgjpkhKFI
https://youtu.be/mb7qA7rrRhc
https://youtu.be/ITPqLoyKtkE
https://youtu.be/NNWFSszJ0EE
https://youtu.be/gacKugmRzr4
https://youtu.be/yVEgxDad0_w
https://youtu.be/bErKMsEpBmk
https://youtu.be/JLIfomhSZT8
https://youtu.be/CtktQCnTtmg

blessings. many many blessings.
R: 38 / I: 10

PunaTerrori Finbol's black metal project

Literally had no idea that Finbol made black metal.
https://www.metal-archives.com/bands/PunaTerrori/3540415155
https://www.metal-archives.com/artists/Tomi_Mäkinen/674245
https://www.youtube.com/user/VurdulakMortem/about
And his music slaps hard.
R: 26 / I: 9

Turn Up Music Thread

Going to dump some turn up songs from my youth here. Feel free to drop some as well.
R: 10 / I: 1

Leftist rock thread

Just wanna listen to some communism while doing exercise.
R: 15 / I: 2

Bunker musicians: the thread

This thread is dedicated to the people on this site who play instruments for fun or dollars. Talk about your setup, songs you like playing, techniques, performance. Today I'm with my Fender Player Precision tryna figure out some Geddy Lee bass lines.
R: 29 / I: 7

/mu/ - Music

Discuss and share songs, albums artists you like. You can talk about making music as well.
Usually not my genre but I enjoyed this https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zMaRguzy2gU
R: 7 / I: 1

Folk/Prole Music

Anybody here play an instrument or have musical talent of some kind?
R: 44 / I: 9

/black metal/

Share your favorite Black Metal albums? Here are mine:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mnjH-ZYe59c

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AI6fz8pi6dg
R: 21 / I: 2

What are you listening to atm, /hobby/?

Currently listening to the album Matriarch by Veil of Maya. It's one of those albums thats shit on the first couple of listens but then it starts to grow on you and all of a sudden you're headbanging to the breakdowns.
R: 7 / I: 1

New tool album

New tool album is out.Thoughts? Sounds good to me.But, it feels like their swan song. They seem to agree. Anyone else listening?In some respects it really sounds like they are pushing their boundaries in other it sounds very cookie cutter (not a bad thing for tool)Thoughts?
R: 315 / I: 152

/mu/sic thread

>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