Anonymous 2021-04-01 (Thu) 10:17:32 No. 10
Anonymous 2021-04-01 (Thu) 10:21:28 No. 11
Anonymous 2021-04-01 (Thu) 10:52:10 No. 12
Anonymous 2021-04-01 (Thu) 13:37:33 No. 28
Anonymous 2021-04-01 (Thu) 14:22:58 No. 32
Prog metal 100 percent.
Anonymous 2021-04-01 (Thu) 14:38:51 No. 33
Sampling-based hardcore techno. The amount of work put into getting all those samples together and arranged just right is insane.
Anonymous 2021-04-01 (Thu) 15:53:24 No. 42
Unironically its modern country
>muh trucks >muh depression >muh gf stolen by a black man
it's literally like if you turned the inner ego of a /pol/ack into music, only funny in abstract and pitiful in the moment.
Anonymous 2021-04-01 (Thu) 16:03:42 No. 43
Something about modern country pop deeply fascinates me, it’s like they’ve discovered a perfect pop song formula that they just paste country themes/lyrics on to over and over.
Anonymous 2021-04-01 (Thu) 16:12:54 No. 47
100% Noise music. I say this as the OP who made the noise general.
Buenaventura 2021-04-01 (Thu) 17:54:03 No. 64
Panic music is literal autism
Anonymous 2021-04-01 (Thu) 18:17:41 No. 66
Djent is pure autism.
Anonymous 2021-04-01 (Thu) 18:36:18 No. 70
You’re on to something here
Anonymous 2021-04-01 (Thu) 18:56:47 No. 72
Math Rock Prog Rock (for their album art)
Anonymous 2021-04-01 (Thu) 19:09:53 No. 74
Anonymous 2021-04-01 (Thu) 19:11:49 No. 75
examples of 60'70's country?
Anonymous 2021-04-01 (Thu) 19:14:20 No. 77
yeah it really makes mainline pop radio sound innovative and interesting which is hilarious considering how many "country fans" who swear by copy/pasted toby keith songs talk shit about how artificial country music is lol
but theres also a ton of overlap between pop country fans and mainline pop fans which is something that a lot of /mu/ yuppies seem to be unaware of
Anonymous 2021-04-01 (Thu) 19:25:34 No. 78
in terms of making it, electronic music before DAWs
in terms of who listens to it, metal
Anonymous 2021-04-01 (Thu) 22:27:11 No. 94
Anonymous 2021-04-02 (Fri) 02:56:27 No. 108
idk whatever you listen to lol
Anonymous 2021-04-02 (Fri) 20:46:23 No. 1138
The process is autistic but the final product is not
Anonymous 2021-04-02 (Fri) 20:49:54 No. 1139
Black MIDI beyond the first few songs created.
Anonymous 2021-04-03 (Sat) 01:15:09 No. 1152
Scratch that, serialism is the lest autistic music possible since it tries to avoid recognizable patters
Anonymous 2021-04-03 (Sat) 01:33:31 No. 1153
For sure, I just meant from a compositional POV. Something about writing music using a bunch of rigid, paint-by-numbers guidelines seems like it would appeal to someone on the spectrum.
Anonymous 2021-04-17 (Sat) 23:30:23 No. 1413
that's literally normie "alternative" shit
Anonymous 2021-04-18 (Sun) 07:45:16 No. 1417
christian death metal
Anonymous 2021-04-20 (Tue) 02:45:24 No. 1440
I'm sorry but electro-swing is the most autistic shit ever, I fucking love it for bringing back swing sorta, but it's a genre mostly comprised by weebs and furries. The most popular electro-swing compilations on youtube are "hosted" by an anime fox girl. Most autistic form of Jazz in a long time.
Anonymous 2021-04-21 (Wed) 04:16:10 No. 1465
This isn't true. I went to several electro-swing gigs and they do the festival circuit. normie shit bro.
Anonymous 2021-04-21 (Wed) 19:40:29 No. 1480
what if billboard charts are the most autistic music cause most people listening to it are musical illiterates (which makes sense given that the industry tries to target as many people as possible) just like most autists are illiterate at expressing and understanding emotions or communicating in general - sure it sounds counter-intuitive but just think about it for a sec
>>1440 >most autistic shit ever > most popular electro-swing compilations on youtube are "hosted" by an anime fox girl
what is nightcore then?
Anonymous 2021-04-26 (Mon) 10:45:02 No. 1554
Unironically post-rock. Came out of math rock (which came from prog rock of course), which is by itself already an autistic rock genre and combines with post-rock, post-hardcore, extreme metal and metalcore to form mathcore.
Post-rock can be very emotional and energetic, and then very calm and slow, the intensity of the emotion portrayed in the sound shifting from somber melancholy to screaming, crying grief. Alternatively, from hopeful and tranquil to mood-elevating and elated. It's atmospheric and ambient, then hard and heavy. It goes further in breaking rules than progressive or experimental rock put together, which it does, as well as other musical genres instead of just subgenres of rock. It has often a curious rhythm to it IMO.
Anonymous 2021-06-06 (Sun) 15:50:26 No. 2017
Filk and there's no competition.
Anonymous 2021-06-07 (Mon) 04:50:08 No. 2029
KLF are weird. They make such generic music for who they are. I'm honestly disappointed.
Phoneposter 2021-08-02 (Mon) 15:54:25 No. 2565
Sounds based. Any recs??
Anonymous 2021-08-02 (Mon) 16:04:04 No. 2567
Phoneposter 2021-08-03 (Tue) 15:31:18 No. 2572
That was beautiful. Thank you comrade. Reminds me of "Deck the House" by Akufen.
Anonymous 2021-08-03 (Tue) 23:47:14 No. 2573
It's weird that I can recognize many of these samples.
Anonymous 2021-08-04 (Wed) 08:09:34 No. 2587
for actually existing autism? second wave black metal
otherwise it's either mathcore or powernoise
Anonymous 2021-08-04 (Wed) 08:16:32 No. 2588 >>2587
or whatever the fuck this is supposed to be
Anonymous 2021-08-05 (Thu) 03:53:49 No. 2600
Anonymous 2021-08-05 (Thu) 04:01:58 No. 2601
Anonymous 2021-10-08 (Fri) 01:20:10 No. 3067
Depends on what you mean by "autistic"
Anonymous 2021-10-14 (Thu) 02:34:40 No. 3096
Opera (if your not high on LSD its the most psychedelic experience in your lifetime).
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