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No. 16306
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Old one systemkontra'd
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No. 16310
I forgot to add, some of your electronic/industrial tier music really reminded me of me being in college and listening to that. Would be funny if we were doing roughly the same thing with the same music feels around the same time.
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No. 16341
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Been listening to a lot of Anglo-Saxon metal again. Dog this album is very off-style for this band who tend to sprinkle this sound onto supporting tracks rather than go balls deep with it, but it goes to show the talent involved when the band can go from black metal to cosy acoustic album without losing out in quality. Dunno if it's my favourite album in the subgenre, Curse of the Cwelled by Forefather is a very strong contender for that title. I mean quoting the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle in the first track is a strong opening for thematic purposes.

>Winterfylleth - The Hallowing of Heirdom
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hnZBDBAirq8

>Forefather - Curse of the Cwelled
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gVobpkzKWWk
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No. 16351
I've recently taken to nightwalking. Partly, it's to keep healthy. Although I have no desire to become physically impressive, and I look at gymnasiums in the same horror as the Maccabees probably did, I do want to be physically robust (it's also the reason why I've started taking cold showers and abstaining from alcohol). Mainly, however, it's because it's fun.

As part of that, I've been listening to a lot of ambient stuff while out on these 1 - 2 hour walks, specifically "dark ambient" stuff from Cyro Chamber on bandcamp. There's some good stuff there, and the one I've recently been listening to is Winter Restlessness by Mount Shrine -
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bwtSCr71MWA
I've also gone back to listening to "dungeon synth" although I use that term loosely in reference to Vinkalder's Ambient I -
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pe8eBeGtJ_w
which to me seems more "neo-medieval" (a ridiculous word, but there you have it, it's a tag on bandcamp!).
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No. 16356
>>16351
Sounds cosy.
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No. 16362 Kontra
>>16356
It really is, and I urge you to try it, especially if you have difficulty sleeping. Obviously, don't bother with night walks if you live in an unsafe city - I have no idea how safe Hong Kong is (I'm sure it is!). Also, if you do decide to "urban nightwalk", tailor the music appropriately. I think dark ambient works well because I walk in rural areas, but something like 新しい日の誕生 by 2814 -
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F9L4q-0Pi4E
or Warm Night Fall by Sebastian Paul -
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EuFCnLAvmVU
would, I think, go really well with Hong Kong. But obviously, personal taste and local knowledge are with you here.

A polite kontra as I don't wish to detract from OP's topic.
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No. 16371
I just caught wind of the city pop meme so I've been listening to Japanese radio hits from the 80s all day
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No. 16476
>>16367
Cool shit, grab this, you might like it
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jx1pmzDCgsM

I find myself listening to Electric Wizard - We Live on a daily basis in past week, one of my favourite metal bands from when I was younger. Best Stoner metal with sludge vibes especially on this album.

also this track is the best
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kHOg0LBRpW8
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No. 16477
I never really understood why there's so much hate for this band. I mean, they're a bit edgy with all those masks and costumes and shit but it's hard to find a Metal/Nu Metal/Whatever band that isn't at least a bit too edgy.

Mushroomhead - Sun Doesn't Rise
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FDpgboRAe5E
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No. 16480
>>16479
I like Slipknot too. Who got the idea that you can't like both?
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No. 16481
>>16480
Maybe the people who hate it you where talking about? I've heard it for the first time and I can kind of relate.

I mean like, saying that they are only a bit edgy and then

>I find it hard to concentrate with all my past mistakes
>To begin my life
>I can't feel my faith can't recall my crime
>I think I sealed my fate along the way I may have lost my mind
>I guess we're all damaged in our own way
>Alone in our own way
>Distant headlights desolate highway

:-D
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No. 16492
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Bri'ish Acid Techno making you bonkers, mate!

>DDR & The Geezer - Mad Cows On Acid
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7nTbn3c9mrE

It's from 1997 and I like how the B side is called BSE. Those punks tweeking a 303 was a really good incident in history
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No. 16523
Behold I give you Polish Age of Empires rap
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NBcZiyC76Y4

Also where is Egypt is he just busy?
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No. 16564
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>Duran Duran - Save A Prayer
There's nothing like melancholic 80w pop in the evening
https://youtu.be/6Uxc9eFcZyM
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No. 16567
>>16485
>State that you never understood why X is Y
>get an honest answer
>act like a bitch and take it personal
>reply with boomer meme tier music, you could've atleast went with tiger lillies
ok

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PG6XXF7WEsM
New Connan Mockasin's pretty damn good
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No. 16571
>>16567
I did not participate in this thread until that post.

IQ89
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No. 16573 Kontra
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No. 16574 Kontra
>>16573
I just saw "Oh, Slipknot...!" and posted a related funny song which you maybe didn't even realize. Fucking shizo.

Still. Have a look into Richard Cheese, shit is funny. Maybe even for salty drunk bums from eastern europe.
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No. 16580
Been listening to this artist lately. Very distinct sound in my opinion and one that is pretty cosy. Not as mind-quieting as dark ambient tends to be, but breddy good.

https://albaniefalletta.bandcamp.com/
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No. 16632
>>16573
So I looked it up and apparently there's a wide variety of variants on this "3D chess" idea but not an actual rule set for Star Trek chess. I dont know why this surprised me so much. I guess I also figured the rules would not be that these are just different sectors of the same board (because that would be fucking stupid instead of just using a bigger board) so I always figured there was some arcane rules on how you moving a piece on an above board simultaneously moved or caused an action on a below board.

I should just invent a thing like this and call it Heaven and Hell or something. I bet I could use the exact same visual style too since I doubt that can even be copywritten.
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No. 16650
>>16632
>since I doubt that can even be copywritten

*copyrighted

Also: Sweet summer child, how naive, how naive. Apple still holds a patent for a rectangle (of a certain ratio) with rounded corners[1].

[1] https://www.theverge.com/2012/11/7/3614506/apple-patents-rectangle-with-rounded-corners
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No. 16658
>>16650
I doubt anyone is dumb enough to be one here, but I kind of wonder how ancaps deal with copywrite. Wouldn't a free market not have such a thing?
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No. 16665 Kontra
>>16658
Depends on what form of capitalism you try to embed the free market in. Unfortunately I have no idea what Marx initially wrote about patents. But the more modern view of Smith, which is still taught to economy students world wide, patents are very much anti-free market since they take the balance around monopolies (that romantically inclined wishful thinkers convince themselves is a real thing) and flush it down the drain.

kontra due to OT
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No. 16675
>>16658
Like the German says, it depends. The deep parts of the Libertarian bunny hole put patents as anti-freedom, but intellectual property can be enforced on an individual level through licensing similar to how software works, good branding to associate your original version with higher quality, or just by leveraging trade secrets to outright have something that can't really be copied.

In the current world, you'd have to be careful to steer clear of trying to evoke Star Trek in your sales. You could get away with the basic shape I'd say but if you push too hard in it obviously being 'Star Trek Chess', you're going to get hit with C&Ds because you're riding their product's popularity for your sales. You'd be better not just renaming it, but totally reskinning it into a 3d board game that happens to share very similar rules to a 3d chess variant. There's more plausible deniability there. It's an old trick from the miniature wargames world for how to make 3rd party bits for GW minis without getting buttfucked by their zealous legal team.
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No. 16677
>>16567
He is not me. I didn't answer to >>16481 because it could only lead to a discussion about edgyness and who needs that?

t. >>16477 and >>16480

Now, have some German whatever

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yEtVBZBSck8
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No. 16679
>>16677
>Illoyal & Bass Deaph

Nice. I saw them live in 2011, there were maybe 10 people attending. They were playing tracks from "Das Krankenhaus ist unendlich" which were much more experimental than their later stuff and the venue cleared out completely. So a friend of mine ended up smearing hand cream on Illoyal's face because it was getting late and the few people still hanging around just wanted to see Antilopen Gang. In the end we still had to take a taxi home.
This is not even funny, now that I think about it. But anyhow it's my story about Illoyal. After that I bought all his releases to atone.
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>>16306
I like that picture a lot. It reminds me of something, but I cannot put my finger on it. The idea of opening music threads with some OC is one I support strongly.

>>16353
It physically hurts hearing such music while it is so cold, windy and rainy outside. Even though I haven't been on a beach holiday in ages, I immediately miss it and get a memory of the smell of suntan lotion for some weird reason.

>>16371
Would you mind sharing some tunes or significant artists? J-Pop and K-Pop always passed me by even though I enjoy the positive vibe they transport whenever I heard something by chance.

>>16564
There are a lot of songs by Duran Duran I do not like at all. Especially Wild Boys I find simply gruesome. But they also did some very remarkable pieces, "The Chauffeur" being my favourite:
https://youtu.be/RIT2QobohEg

>>16492
Weird that this is from 97. It sounds just like the tracks done on the continent a few years earlier. I guess this kind of music hit them pretty late and while everyone in the Netherlands, Belgium and Germany was going apeshit to it, they were still stuck on their garage sounds.
I guess you are also >>16300? If so, I think we are about the same age. I have a lot of good memories, some might be even the best of all, connected to this music and the songs. I hold Transfiguration especially dearly. The second tune I added is one of the first, or even the first "Jungle" track later being better known as Drum'n'Bass on the continent.
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No. 16726
I kind of got into Heavy Metal today for a few hours:

>Black Sabbath - Lord Of This World
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KGRuKdowkcM
>Motörhead - Jailbait Live Toronto 1982 (HD)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZDc8_fm5JAc
>Motorhead - Dead and Gone (Music Video) (Lyrics )
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J3HFbVupRsA

Bonus: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m8tmCQUURiY
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No. 16797
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>>16679
Don't know why i like it because someone farting with his ass pressed against a wall would sound better but i do.

Have one of my favorite tracks of those guys and a link to something somewhat relatable from a (i think) Canadian guy.

https://thaimpaila.bandcamp.com/
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No. 16820
>>16797
It's not terrible and still way better than dubstep.
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No. 16823
>>16479
>slipknot
stand back kids
much better nu-metal band comin thru

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5Afj9qcP2U0&list=PLBCC03582AAFBA339

this album rules and ill fight anyone who says otherwise
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No. 16825
Honestly I know it is kind of bydlo of me but
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x8qp992Dssk
then again, O Fortuna basically came from a whorehouse, and frankly I thought most mainstream music was crap ten, twenty years ago and I doubt it's much of any better today.

>>16823
Meh I never really liked SoaD too much even back when I listened to such things. Actually most of it was pretty shit even back then, particularly Papa Roach. Holy hell that album was bad. Anyone remember Blink 182? What was it, Sum 41, that bad was just awful. Slipknot was okay, Korn Disturbed etc if you're being an angsty teenager mad at the world riding on a school bus. Also I didn't know this but apparently the whole band of SoaD is Armenian.
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No. 16829
Hello.

>Hydraglyph - Ultrasound RMX
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2VX6wbnDXXQ
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No. 16841
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>>16820

What's not terrible? Illoyal or Tha Impaila?
Both are intentionally terrible but in my opinion somewhat charming.
In the case of Impaila, he released 2 albums from which the second one is definetly improved in quality while the first one offers gems such as this.
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No. 16853
>>16797
>01 - Linien.mp3
Nice, never heard this track. Do you know what release it's from or is it just a single track?

>https://thaimpaila.bandcamp.com/
Listened to the newer album, it's pretty rad actually. I like the lower-pitched vocals, reminds me of Lil Ugly Mane
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No. 16858
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I found this very peaceful last night. The album cover is a tropical fish and it carries exactly the sound that promises.
https://ryanpower.bandcamp.com/track/rip-the-blood-2

Would recommend wearing headphones.
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No. 16863
I tried listening to speedcore again tonight, and my opinion on it kind of evolved from "this is not music!" to "this is still not music but sometimes, probably it can pass as music and those ones already are very exhausting"

last time I tried speedcore was in...2003-2004 maybe? And right now when I tried listening to it again I found it very exhausting. I still dont know how do some people listen to that.

>SFOB Speedcore Front Ost Berlin - Speedcore Symphonia Part II - Kindesschlaf
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UDKdiBcibmw

As soon as I put away my earpieces I literally said "well, that was exhausting". And yes, I said it in English as well.
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No. 16866
I listened to Shostakovich for the first time today. It's surprisingly different from the styles I am used to (Brahms, Bach, Schubert, Vivaldi, Paganini, Haydn, Beethoven, Mozart, (Arturo) Marquez, (Aldemaro) Romero, Britten...).

Though so far I've only listened to 'Leningrad', which seems to be the most famous piece. Recommendations for what to listen to next (from Shostakovich).
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No. 16869
>>16853
Linien is from a ep called "Lieder kurz vor Schluss"
I just looked and it seems the original download link is dead but i would upload it for you if you want.
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No. 16875
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>>16869
>i would upload it for you if you want.
Please, that would be awesome!
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No. 16884
>>16876
Thanks, but this looks like your profile link or sth., in any case seems like I can't access it directly
I'm not a MEGA pro but I think you'd have to get the link of the specific album folder to share it
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No. 16886
>>16885
No worries, it works now. Thanks a bunch!
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No. 16887
>>16866
My list would be:
Symphonies 4,5,7,9,10,11,12,15 (And 2 and 3 if you are interested in Russian avant-garde. They are less than 30 minutes each, half avant-garde, half propaganda.)
Piano concerto 1,2
String quartet 8
Jazz suite 2 (+ Tahiti trot)

Try to seek out versions done by Russian orchestras. The faster the music sounds, the better.
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>>16885
Listening to some of his newer non-rap stuff right now btw, it's pretty neat actually. Very rhythm-focused and groovy, sort of "world music" with electronic but at times more experimental (he also does a bit of spoken word):

https://wolfmuellerundniklaswandt.bandcamp.com/
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No. 16905
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4Q9qxHCFLg0
I never knew the USSR made Jazz-Fusion.
It's pretty rad. Makes me feel full of energy.
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No. 16982
Alright, I didn't share what I'm listening to for too long so just a couple songs.

>Kate Bush - There Goes a Tenner
https://youtu.be/lxVcrFTzZMs

>Hamish Imlach - Erin Go Bragh
https://youtu.be/DPgEWfhtJ88

>Skoll - D'Annunzio
https://youtu.be/_3Mlv15nHmE

>Duran Duran - Save a Prayer
https://youtu.be/6Uxc9eFcZyM

>Atlantis - Tak jak chciałeś
https://youtu.be/ATtZ_7I47v0

>Scum Rats - Devil in Disguise (psychobilly cover)
https://youtu.be/pZUfzyYLZr4
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No. 17309
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6ymhEpszTt4

It's time to feel alright x 45
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No. 17375
>>16829
Nice taste but man I feel like you're into way more obscure stuff than me
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No. 17378
>>17375
Thank you.

Well, one mark of going in too deep in this genre is when you start reading track names and you dont understand them, also when you listen to voice samples you hear either broken English or a slavic language, lots of it.
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No. 17382
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p6WJYe6n-l8

Old school UK dubstep, this stuff slaps
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No. 17383
Some late night coziness and feels for you, Ernst.

I know I had those nice feels.

>Vangelis - Theme from Missing
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xg4fjNL0328
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No. 17384
>>17378
>you hear either broken English or a slavic language
Yeah pretty much
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No. 17386
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No. 17397
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kANA9UD4vKI

Extremely good album produced by the same guy who did In Utero with Nirvana

actual fact: Kurt Cobain was a big fan of Metallica but only first two albums, I can relate, everything after that was shit
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Tito & Tarantula are best known for the From Dusk Till Dawn soundtrack, but they actually have a few very good albums.
I used to listen to them a lot years ago but somehow stopped.

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

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lMk89hMadms
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No. 17476
I randomly got recommended this https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i7Gkh_9hyi8 but strangely it's the only thing he's done I liked so far. Most of Enigma TNG sounds like some bad blend of death metal. Also just posting because I am confused how the thread on systemkontra bumped above this one?
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No. 17492
https://youtu.be/nyw3knBuLRk?t=900
How can something sound so desperate, yet so powerful and beautiful at the same time?
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No. 17498
>>17492
impressive. very powerful, yet controlled and not a hint of boastful showmanship. what a conductor & orchestra. they have a new fan now, even though i'm not really into shostakovich.
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No. 17541
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zk26FUe38y0

The jam is on. I wonder if I'll finish writing before it ends.
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No. 17562
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Somewhere between synth nerdism and an obscure 70s or 80s movie

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JfnEMa23Tbk
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No. 17798
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>>17796
Oh yeah, I have that vinyl. You are aware it's an alias of Legowelt? On the Seaside is my favorite.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dqJKp4BhNxQ

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MLsqs9mLyTQ
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No. 17799
>>17798
Yes, my friend. I am envious.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jneb4W_pmTc

I enjoyed this collaboration, hope they release more.
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No. 17813
>>17799
Xosar is doing some good tracks herself. there is a Dekmantel where she plays live, but I don't mean the new one from 2018. Cannot find the old so I will just post a track of her I like.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wlp1ELcC_-Y
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No. 17846
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D2mlVGrvSDI
I can't stop listening to the anthem of the Armenian SSR. It has a really nice eastern vibe to it, mixed with your typical soviet grandiosity.
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>>17813
Noice. Holographic Matrix was a good release, too. For some reason my copy sounds a lot more lofi than the one on Bandcamp. This track has a neat colundi feel to it.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P-Kl14Cm5ps

>>17846
Same feel with the DDR anthem. That feel when born too late to visit.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P1CyPjQQTAM

>>16306
Now for a proper colundi track.
https://capsulenetwork.bandcamp.com/track/pyramids-inside-pyramids
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No. 17934
Who listens to UNKLE here?
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No. 18040
>>17934
It's interesting, and also interesting because I can't yet tell if I like it or dislike it

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ojYI5XUlMV0

Some of it vaguely reminds me of Tricky, which I greatly enjoy
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Te3-KmKhjpc
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u3ivr41yxGs
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No. 18100
One of the very few tracks that remained with me after the dubstep fad

>Roeyksopp - Runinng to the Sea
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e5hAIZIuT-U
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A acid/303 line made from heaven (4:00+). It really has the sound of a vector pointing into nothingness while being light, zero gravitation in that space, space

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ux1H5migsfc
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No. 18150
>>18136
Good Tune.
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No. 18167
Today I woke up with a generally bad mood, the weather is cloudy and raining. Then I was browsing for music on the internet and I ce across this:

>Rose Red Flechette - Penetrative
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=EGwjcAruy0c

I do not know what is this (apparently it is labelled is psycore/psybercore), but it suits my current brooding morning. It kind of reminds me of the digital hardcore genre of the mid-late 90s (stuff like ec8or and atari teenage riot).
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No. 18182
https://youtu.be/0NwJFYqU7q8

Jack Thackray - Lah Dih Dah

A british singer/songwriter who sings within the French chanson tradition and in a baritone record.
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No. 18278
I just discovered John Maus some week ago (I've seen the videos in my recommendations for years but for some reason I always thought they'd just be some rather lame retro-synth stuff) and I've got to say that his songs really hit a nerve inside me. So sweet and painful at the same time. It's a very rare thing that I can listen to songs over and over again but here we go.

>Wait til next year
https://youtu.be/TWAVB8aX2ns

>And the rain
https://youtu.be/Ury8t1TOPlE

>Hey moon
https://youtu.be/Av5Jb52yFBo
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No. 18298
>>18286
It had to be UR. I never knew about Inspiration, good track.

Add these to the must play of UR:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8aDE6rVxELE

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tkjDI_9sSz0
[the live version makes even more fun, it's more energetic]

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v1Xgz6aVItw
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No. 18380
>>18286
i remember ur/submerge would sport quite a "revolutionary" and anti-commercial attitude and they would call their stuff "for those who know".
the final frontier is probably my no1 favourite track of all time. i associate a lot of good memories with it, too. if i had to choose a track to listen to till i die it would be this one. i've heard it so often, but when that epic 303 line comes in it kills me every single time. entering a time tunnel in a spacecraft probably feels similar.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1Mh2XVXLUFs

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C0f96HQbCY4
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No. 18388
>>18380
>Jaguar

Well, ofc!

It's cool that UR staff also did this, which means mad mike but shit this track is so energetic and house, gotta jack when the chords come in right after the kick drum is running a few bars

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rc3NMRloDrk
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I woke up totally deranged from sleep, had this line in my head
>I love it then comes a bass or synth melody ...goes like .. I love it ..du, duu, du

Thinking damn what was that track title. I opened youtube still totally deranged from sleep and I knew I don't know the title but out of nothing like a fucking super lighting my mind revealed to me the name of the artists to the track Talking Master which was played by Moerbeck in a set when he was in my town, that I was looking for a few weeks ago or so.

It was Heron.

>Heron - Talking Master
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C9Gj_L28vTY
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No. 18502
Germanballs, are you still up for a rave this year? We already had the plan to create a telegram group but once again I was procrastinating answering. Whoever planned to make one, just do it and upload the link ITT. I will join.
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I'm surprised this isn't actually a professional soundtrack to anything
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aH3eTbmNmWk
It sounds amazing. Like, I don't even know how actually to describe it. It sounds like Gregorian or Orthodox dark ambient. Truly, this can be the soundtrack for the 23rd century's glorious homosexual space Christianity. I hereby demand as the Prophet that this be played during our religious wedding ceremonies.
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No. 18553
>>18549
Sounds quite cool, though not at all gregorian.
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No. 18577
Random Japanese New Age-ish ambient

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=acJ6qw0k6FA
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No. 18606
>>18577
You should check out Hiroshi Yoshimura. His music feels so healthy and comforting. I always listen to it when I'm really fucked up.

https://youtu.be/Z3m7HXeiHpg

https://youtu.be/j6n4FpHbqZs
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No. 18631
>>18380
In my opinion UR was techno at its best, and that goes for Drexciya especially.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3V8lW6jMpUo
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CX6DBYlX7Cs
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qPExvktR19g
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o3jaR82Suyk
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JMiQoyrYKBI

Thankfully, Gerald Donald is still producing.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FxLSXe7OvF4
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JYHcwQj5OrY

We also have DJ Stingray who I'm liking a lot.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EcxOAG6ERZQ
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KQesxEWgttU
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GNLvAafSAVA

>>18606
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oge4VxjAHqA
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ProvVFrF6b8
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D7aYjRl_6Zw
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F6TRAYUUDcQ

I adore Yoshimura's music. Along with recommending his entire body of work, I would also recommend Harumi Hosono, Yutaka Hirose, Yoshio Suzuki, Akio Niitsu, Kuniaki Haishima, Toshifumi Hinata, Tomoyuki Asakawa, Takatoshi Naito, Takahiko Ishikawa, Shiho Yabuki, Shigeaki Saegusa, Satsuki Shibano, Motoko Hamase, Kohsei Morimoto, Akira Ito, Yoshitaka Azuma and Kenichiro Isoda.

They're all on Soulseek if anyone is interested.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jaWdVJO5H98
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sZNAYp5xBO4
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4e6taeiNdxo
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hPNkbwhJleY
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uKvHHPbCYjQ
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xFMV8qPg4vo
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fIqrqqKt12Q
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mxWMlK31Mpw
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iKR2ICH7OfA
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZWDGK6PIgqw
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iwmR72iFGm4
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I6msTMTlHvA
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SONAI7IccX0
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MnD0t4EdMuE
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PeBjPaDQCs0
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LTo_31peNrA
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DUO9HBvnvdg
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lIcE3vBtAEM
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No. 18632 Kontra
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No. 18635
>>18631
>Drexciya

They really created a distinct sound.

Gonna listen to the Zyklus - Elektronisches Zeitecho

peeps like Plant43 took up that more scifi sound of electro, an 808 or another drum computer and some synths: cold and eerie space travel

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gnYkoqTOF3M
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No. 18636 Kontra
>>18635
Very nice tune. I think Cignol might fit that description very well. His entire output so far has been mint.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=43SntbFIZPc
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No. 18920
The only modern pop music that I like is NKPOP:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ycdDHP7QfWo

The lyrics are also very relevant for me as I have midterm exams soon.
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No. 18950 Kontra
>>18920
DPRK has lots of good music, much better than occupied korea.
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No. 19021
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3_QSMTtUQYY

This song is politically noice. Written as the lyrics suggest after 10 years of Thatcher it begins as a protest song about the marginalisation of Celtic identity with lines dedicated to Scotland, Northern Ireland and Wales. Then it moves to include their English brothers and sisters who are just as oppressed by the establishment with the chorus being the chance to build a better tomorrow together.

TL Notes:
"Ten long years and he's still got her/Paying tax and and doing stir" = Aztec Camera were a Scottish band and Thatcher was extremely unpopular due to her reforms that gutted whole communities. Paying tax is a reference to the Poll Tax that was so unpopular it led to riots and a few months after this song Thatcher resigned for it amongst other reasons.
Taffy = Slur for a Welshman, also a people known for their singing in choirs
"Don't be too black, don't be too gay/Just get a little duller." = The Thatcher years were known for their repression of homosexuality and especially around this time Section 28 which was akin to Russia's ban on homosexual propaganda.
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No. 19066
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Hungarian boomer music. It's quite catchy. This was the band I held a presentation about.
The lyrics are strangely anti-governmental.
Singing about failed-revolutions after '56... What a brave thing to do.
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No. 19069 Kontra
>>19066
You know what, I'm going to make a little demonstration of the lyrics in English. Because otherwise it means nothing.
So.

1st. Song. "Why did we let it be this way?"

You think, that the yellow rose is still blooming,
You think, that we will believe lying words,
You think, that we forgive everything,
You think, that we'll give up all our dreams, all our dreams.

To be between flowers with you,
Would be great, my darling,
There are no flowers any more, you aren't here either,
Why did we let it be this way?

Don't believe, whoever says that this is fine this way,
Don't believe all is right, whoever is wooing you,
Don't believe that we'll change by words command,
Don't believe that the yellow rose is still blooming, yellow rose

[Refrain]x1

To be between flowers with you,
Would be great, my darling,
There are no flowers any more, you aren't here either,
Nobody will give answers today.

[refrain]x1
[refrain v2]x1

2nd song. "Don't think..."

Don't think, oh don't, that you own the world
Luck won't always be begging to you.
And even if you are the one talking right now,
Don't believe that this is how it'll stay forever,
I'd recommend you out from the limelight fast.

Don't think, oh, dont't, that you can deny.
Others are working in your place, while you are playing your role.
This world is completely different now,
It'd be better if you finally understood,
That time will slowly leave you behind.

-----------------------------------------

I don't know how well the anti-establishment message comes through though. I just did this on a whim. Kontra because it's long, boring and uninteresting.
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No. 19080
>>19066
I love the melancholy of Európa csendes. Thanks for the translations; the anti-establishment message is subtle, but it does come through.
Since this is a music thread I should add some, so here's one more bit of boomer music:
Ricky Nelson
Garden Party
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cUDRZ5j0lUQ

Nelson wrote this one in 1972 as a reaction to fans booing when he started playing his newer music instead of his 1960's hits. The crowd may have been booing an unrelated police action which was occuring at the same time, but Nelson took it personally and this song was his response.
There are numerous lyrical references explained here:
https://www.wikipedia.org/wiki/Garden_Party_(Rick_Nelson_song)
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No. 19095 Kontra
>>19080
I didn't translate Európa Csendes because I wanted to keep it short.

But I'm going to do it now.

Europe is quiet, quiet again, its revolutions died down.
Shame on her! She quieted, and failed to win her freedom.

--------------
Turns out it's just these two lines. It's a quote from a poem by Sándor Petőfi.
What's shocking is that this is after not only '56, but also the events of the Prague Spring in '68.
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No. 19529
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The Good Times killed Keith Flint. He burned out at 49. Godspeed lad!
https://youtu.be/WY87o9IZXWg
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No. 19568
>Joanna Newsom - Peach Plum Pear
https://youtu.be/KcHjAUhtSrk
Listening it on repeat again since it strangely enough found its way back into my mind a few days ago. Guess I'll never get rid of this one.
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No. 19589
>>19529
Oh fuck no :<

Time to re-activate my sony and search for my old tapes. Today will be a Prodigy memorial day.
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No. 19613
>>19568
I hate her voice. I imagine you just get used to it and then it stops sounding terrible.
Other such examples of voices that need getting used to:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6xCVzV4uW00
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OL4R5iIMz-w
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No. 19614
>>19568
Very difficult to enjoy that voice of hers.
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No. 19640
https://youtu.be/UJ9uB8rHck4?t=1624
A Suite from Shostakovich's Lady Macbeth. The timestamped part is from Act III's third scene.
The later part of this excerpt is pretty catchy I'd say.
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No. 19647
>>19614
>>19613
It's always the first reaction, at least it was mine as well and one of my friends went through the same thing, then we both got addicted to her voice. Nowadays whenever I listen to this song I overflow with emotions, lord knows why.
Still her singing is pretty extreme in Peach Plum Pear, listen to the following to get a more usual impression of it.
https://youtu.be/47yuiPK01kg

Other voices I needed to get used to but then adored would be Kate Bush (I'm pretty sure she must have had inspired Newsom), David Tibet from Current 93 (Douglas P. as well tbh), as well as the great countertenor Alfred Deller. Hell, I even like the singing voice of Bert Brecht. There must be a beauty hidden in every voice, no matter the talent of its owner.
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No. 19650
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No. 19651
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>>19650
Schnittke, my other favourite Soviet composer, is in my opinion very underrated even within classical music circles.

>Concerto Grosso No. 1
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M3Xehs1rHfM

>Trio Sonata
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qy8mm1XMYkg

>Story of an unknown actor
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M3EuHTOLG8o

>Gogol Suite
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WDRf7136nvk

>Cello Sonata No. 1
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h4DvfOe-2tM

>Cello Concerto No. 2
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O1TVnuzQFAY

>Requiem
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=icNHpzt2JzA
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No. 19652
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>>19650
Forgot the preludes. No. 6 played by Nikolayeva is my favourite.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qRxdF7tRNYE
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No. 19654
>>19647
>David Tibet
Love that fucker.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5dsscWjr1IA

Talking about weird voices, there's Melt-Banana:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZQ6Sk8Aj-SQ

And Klaus Nomi:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HmLk2vSXXtk

Also, although Susanne Sundfør's voice is much more "normal" than aforementioned, it still sounds kinda shrilly and unusual to me, but I like it anyway:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hFPlGDKgiYc
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No. 19680 Kontra
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No. 19942
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France's Aion (AIΩN) presents a phenomenal fusion of Industrial Rock and Neofolk with some undercurrents of Coldwave and gothy Post-Punk that become much more prominent towards the B-Side.

The band was a project of Laurent "Bart" Steiner and Stéphane Vadviz. Laurent was connected to Front National de la Jeunesse (FNJ), who helped organize concerts for Rock Identitaire. Aion played one show of note with Vae Victis and In Memoriam.

Perhaps most intriguing is this album's multilingual affair. Apart from their native tongue, two songs are in English along with one in Italian and another in Latin. Per the conventions of the genre, lyrics cover Roman Paganism and Marinetti esque Futurism.

The album also marked a significant transition away from their early days of Electro-Industrial towads Rock-based music. Laurent's previous project LSVB mixed Coldwave and Darkwave with Electro-Industrial and even Synthpop. That project would in turn transition towards Electro-Industrial, and holdovers from that era carried over into Aion. All of these elements coalesced into producing this magic known as "Devotio".

Mr. Steiner has since quietly retired from music, but he later became a father to a son named Maximilian. It isn't known if Max shares his father's views, but he's quite passionate about video games.

Highlights: "Sous l'orage", "Devotio", "Au milieu des ruines", "Ceux qui vont venir" and "L'ascète et le guerrier - Version 99"
https://youtu.be/aV8W-apsKUM
https://youtu.be/O3A--PIE_3s
https://youtu.be/LIWNXM9V63o
https://youtu.be/cSJXrizKMkc
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No. 19944
>>19942
Honestly anything that puts a political message before the music ends up being complete crap. A Perfect Circle was the same way with their one album that was more centered on criticizing the Bush admin, and it sucked. I'd also say that anything that puts politics before the spiritual isn't spiritual, but is just cringey shilling.
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No. 19953
>>19944
Aion's music wasn't exclusively political, but politics influenced a good share of their lyrics. They're far from your average Crust Punk or RAC band, and the lyrics are much more philosophical than they are platforms for issues. Lots of Industrial music had political/social issues addressed in their albums.

For what it's worth, here's a link to their lyrics:
http://www.spirit-of-metal.com/parole-groupe-Aion_(FRA)-nom_album-Devotio-l-en.html

Translated from French ("Sous l'orage")
>Under the storm and the rain, in the wind, the tide
>Sleeping men, wild ocean
>The gods' anger at their apathy
>Blackening the heavens
>Where is their will, there is their freedom
>In the wind, the tide, men overfed
>Remake their past and their buried dreams
>Aging slowly, their hair whitened,
>Without thinking for a moment
>Where their will is, there is their freedom
>In a world too big, unconscious men
>Deliver their lands without testament to the powerful new
>And without shedding blood sacrifice their children
>Forgetting simply
>Where their will is, there is their freedom
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No. 19962
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>Falco - Zuviel Hitze
Unknown and underrated, binge-listening it tonight

https://youtu.be/0fBm5mTJqr8

>Shigeaki Saegusa - The Fantasia of Falls
Classical/electronic ambient from Japan or whatever the fuck this is but it's really great.

https://youtu.be/SONAI7IccX0
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No. 19964
>>19942
Let me put it to you this way: do you like the band because of the music, or because it's RAC? Would you still have any interest in this band if they had no political message, or one you disagreed with?
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No. 19965
Does anyone else like Fred Firth and his associated acts?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KnGXcGLeynE
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PGT5NK9tE7o
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PSn_NEUKibo&list=PL7F0F43DB87472E76&index=4

On a another note, I'm listening to this right now: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DtQkILX5mz8

A few days ago I listened to this entire album (minus the bonus tracks): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5GCgi-jg5pU
I'd never thought I'd like this type of extreme electronic music.
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No. 19969
>>19964
Are you suggesting I only listen to right-wing music? I've listened to plenty of bands across the political spectrum. Nobody is discussing Identitarian Rock music, so I've taken it upon myself to dive deep into the scene and inform others of my findings.

My favorite Punk albums outside RAC or Hatecore:
The Accused - The Return of Martha Splatterhead
The Adicts - Songs of Praise
Adolescents - Adolescents
Agnostic Front - Cause for Alarm / Victim in Pain
GG Allin - Hated in the Nation
GG Allin & ANTiSEEN - Murder Junkies
Amebix - Arise
Angelic Upstarts - Teenage Warning
Anti-Cimex - Anti-Cimex
Anti-Heros - That's Right
Anti-Nowhere League - We Are...The League
Assück - Misery Index
Asylum Party - Border Line
Axegrinder - Rise of the Serpent Men
Bastard - Wind of Pain
Black Flag - The First Four Years
Blitz - Voice of a Generation
Breakdown - '87 Demo
The Business - Suburban Rebels
Charged G.B.H. - City Baby Attacked by Rats
Circle Jerks - Group Sex / Wild in the Streets
Clan of Xymox - s/t
Cock Sparrer - Shock Troops
Cockney Rejects - Greatest Hits Vol. 1
Combat 84 - Orders of the Day
Condemned 84 - Face the Aggression
Corrosion of Conformity - Technocracy
The Crack - In Search of...
Crass - The Feeding of 5000
Crisis - Holocaust Hymns
Cro-Mags - Best Wishes
Cryptic Slaughter - Convicted
Dead Kennedys - Fresh Fruit for Rotting Vegetables
Deviated Instinct - Welcome to the Orgy
The Cure - Kiss Me, Kiss Me, Kiss Me
The Damned - Machine Gun Etiquette
Death in June - The Guilty Have No Pride
Descendents - Milo Goes to College
Devo - Q: Are We Not Men?
Discharge - Hear Nothing, See Nothing, Say Nothing
D.I. - Horse Bites, Dog Cries
D.R.I. - The Crossover
Dr. Know - The Best of Dr. Know
Doom - Total Doom
Dystopia - Human = Garbage
End of Data - Sahrah
The Exploited - The Massacre
Fear - The Record
Fear of God - s/t
Fight For Freedom - Ganglife
G.I.S.M. - Detestation
GWAR - America Must Be Destroyed
Hellbastard - Heading for Internal Darkness
His Hero Is Gone - Fifteen Covnts of Arson
Icons of Filth - The Mortarhate Projects
Joy Division - Unknown Pleasures
The Krixhjälters - Evilution
Life Cycle - Myth & Ritual
Mentors - Up the Dose
Minor Threat - Complete Discography
Misfits - Static Age
Napalm Death - Scum
Negative Approach - Total Recall
Nuclear Assault - Game Over
Overkill - Triumph of the Will
Poison Girls - Where's the Pleasure?
Rudimentary Peni - Death Church
Sacrilege - Behind the Realms of Madness
Siege - Drop Dead
Siekiera - Nowa Aleksandria
Siouxsie and the Banshees - Kaleidoscope
The Sisters of Mercy - First and Last and Always
Skitslickers - Cracked Cop Skulls
Sockeye - Retards Hiss Past My Window
S.O.B. - Leave Me Alone / Don't Be Swindle
S.O.D. - Speak English or Die
Subhumans - The Day the Country Died
Suicidal Tendencies - Suicidal Tendencies
Totenmond - Auf dem Mond ein Feuer
Uncle Slam - Say Uncle
Vegan Reich - Hardline
Verbal Abuse - Just an American Band
Verbal Assault - Trial
Vile - Solution
Wehrmacht - Shark Attack
Wipers - Is This Real?
XTC - Drums and Wires
Zounds - The Curse of Zounds
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>>19969
I'm rather directly implying the singular reason why you give two shits about this or most of these other bands is based solely around trying to find something that pushes a political message you happen to agree with yes. I know exactly 9 of the bands you listed, a few of which I question whether you only cared about those for similar reasons i.e. assuming it has to do with "neofolk" with you in turn using it as a synonym for some kind of right wing thing. And no, I don't just mean some faggy identity politics though for transparency's sake I look down upon identity politics as a whole with great disdain.

Like this
>>19953
is just a shitty lyricist. Not that it's even that important mind you. I listen to Velvet Acid Christ and he's quite possibly the worst lyricist I've ever encountered.

Also that's an unbelievably retarded label to begin with. Like, who the fuck do these dingbats even think they're trying to oppose? Communism has been pretty much dead for 30 years. They even suck at being edgy. Who are they even rocking against? Big scary Cuba? If they had any artistic integrity or a coherence they would've realized that this
>In the wind, the tide, men overfed
>Remake their past and their buried dreams
>Aging slowly, their hair whitened,
>Without thinking for a moment
is quite literally rocking against the new international Capitalist world order that has existed ever since the USSR died. I mean that song is pretty much word for word a diatribe against the global Capitalist order, not Communism, so I have no idea why the genre is even called RAC to begin with. Not that this is relevant in the slightest because "RAC" itself isn't even a genre so much as it seems to be a loose grouping of mostly right wing punk rock bands, along with some tons of neofolk and death metal. So already you are pretty much just trying to discuss punk rock and death metal, but I note this because as opposed to the actual music your main focus is on the political content like
>>19942
>The band was a project of Laurent "Bart" Steiner and Stéphane Vadviz. Laurent was connected to Front National de la Jeunesse (FNJ), who helped organize concerts for Rock Identitaire
So right at the beginning of your post you're pretty much saying the music and band itself is of little signficance, only the faggy identity politics which it attached itself to, which itself draws the attention away from the actual music and purely onto the lyrical content.

I mean I will give you credit, that you at least brush past the musical content itself, but I still get the impression that you really don't seem to personally be invested or in care all that much about say the guitar work or the drummer or whatever. Moreover it's pretty disingenuous of you to act like you have much reason to be constantly starting these threads for years aside from the political rationale. So I will say again similar to what I said in a separate thread, which is that if the label of politics comes first then what follows after is just a faggy attempt at shilling your politics.

Like one could easily say "I'm a Christian, and I believe in Marxism because" or "I'm a Christian, and that's why I'm a nationalist" or whatever else, because your politics flows from a religious interpretation, as opposed to something like "I believe in Marxism and Christianity" or "I'm a right wing nationalist who's a Christian" do you see what I'm getting at? If you were a sincere Christian in that instance the politics comes second and derives from it, whereas in the other case it is someone trying to find a way to shill their particular ideology to a new crowd. This is a disingenuous and thoroughly irritating tactic when people catch on--and they certainly will catch on.

Like people don't talk about someone such as Jimi Hendrix or Janis Joplin because "oh those anti-war leftist hippies" you'll notice it's always in the context of "these awesome musicians" in other words it stands of its own merit: their politics is besides the point. But if you were to say try and make a band just to convey some political message, it'd end up being cringey and aggravating and that is part of why those bands get forgotten, since their views also fade into the same irrelevance in a way in which talent will not.

Religion likewise satisfies IMO the same sort of primal needs for meaning and experience in mankind, and so that is part of why many end up living for thousands of years simply because their meaning transcends the temporal, and yet you will notice with what little regard say Christian rock holds, because for most people the evangelizing is the point, not the music, and that is why the music so often sucks. In a different way the same often holds true of the AAA games, pop music, capeshit and other commercial garbage, because it is made exclusively to make a quick buck and the content likewise suffers for it.

In short: it's the merit of the content not its message.

In writing terms this is the difference between "show" and "tell." The difference between a hack shit writer and good writing is where, despite the medium itself literally being the dude telling you this or that, is in one case the author using descriptors and artistry to set the mood. Like "Jane's pulse quickened, her breath frosting over her glasses obscuring her vision" or whatever versus "Jane thought she heard a monster. Jane was scared." and then directly telling you the viewer blah blah. This is the same problem inherent to music made for the message and not the music.
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No. 19990
>>19971
First, thanks for taking the time to write a thoughtful reply. As much as I quarrel with the notion that my enthusiasm for this music comes from partisanship, it's rare when others who pushback do so in good faith and without assailing my character.

I find nothing to disagree with in the last three paragraphs because those notions are broadly true. Music is, first and foremost, an art, and material whose content transcends the space and time from which it was first produced will last generations longer than the art clearly from an era. Should any of the latter survive in the first place, it will often serve as nothing more than a curiosity. It's the same difference that's very evident in comparing a sculpture by Michelangelo with one by Arno Breker. "David" is a classic whereas "Die Partei" is seen as kitsch.

There are some things I would like to address. First, Identitarian Rock (or Identity Rock) and Rock Against Communism (RAC) are wholly different groups of musicians despite sharing similar audiences and even similar (not identical) ideas. Not that any of this matters to strict anti-racists and anti-Fascists.

Aion was connected to the French Identarian scene called Rock Identitaire Français (RIF), a loose association of musicians belonging to various organizations adjacent or directly connected to Nationalist movements in the Francosphere. Extremely few, if any, were outright National Socialists or Fascists, but some did flirt with the Third Position which syncretized Ethno-Nationalism with elements of the revolutionary Left. Although some French RAC bands shared members with RIF bands, the origins of this movement can be traced to French activist and musician Jack Marchal's opposition to May 1968 French student protests. The aftermath of such events led to the formation of the far-right student group Groupe Union Défense led by Jack Marchal along with Alain Robert and four others at Panthéon-Assas University in Paris. Members of the GUD would later go on to join the Ordre nouveau, who in turn would go on to form the Front National. Ever the prolific artist, Jack Marchal created the GUD's mascot known as the Rat noir popular in Nationalist iconography. RIF covered a wide range of genres from Alternative Rock and Ska Punk to Celtic Rock or Funk Rock. Aion was one of the two Industrial Rock bands associated with this music.

As to what RAC is, the term originated from a campaign and series of concerts in the late '70s by Young National Front (YNF) organizers in Leeds, UK, hoping to counter the successful efforts of the left-wing Rock Against Racism (RAR). Organizer Eddy Morrison pushed RAC to co-opt Punk and keep the scene away from left-wing interests. YNF operated a short-lived club and fanzine called Punk Front, which featured several live-only bands that quietly broke up towards the end of the '70s. The only band to ever record anything during this era was Tragic Minds (previously known as The Ventz) who later went apolitical under the name Music For Pleasure.

As left-wingers gradually pushed right-wingers out of Punk, Skinheads would be the ones to carry the torch of the far-right's counterculture. Although never affiliated with right-wing organizations, bands like Combat 84 laid the groundwork with lyrics advocating capital punishment and opposing nuclear disarmament. The watershed moment was an incident at a concert for The 4-Skins, The Business and The Last Resort in Southall during July of 1981. Two years earlier, police killed Anti-Nazi League activist Blair Peach in a riot instigated by the demonstrators, so racial tensions at a fever pitch. Accounts conflict as to who instigated it. The bands conceded the skinheads and South Asians weren't getting along, but maintain the the response was greatly out of proportion with the trouble the skinheads were causing them. On the other side, the South Asian locals claimed some of the skinheads assaulted women and elderly people, engaged in property destruction / vandalism and daubed National Front slogans on shop windows. The locals protested the gig on wrongful suspicion the bands were far-right and subsequently rioted, burning down the venue in the process. Following that incident, The 4-Skins recorded a song "One Law for Them". That single event successfully earned the National Front more followers than before, and they were able to organize their first Skinhead RAC concert in Stratford, East London.

Early on, RAC was strictly about British Nationalism. There's more than a fair number of '80s RAC bands that weren't necessarily Nazi and some never were in the course of their careers, namely the original incarnation of Public Enemy (UK), Vengeance and Indecent Exposure. As time went on, bands became much more openly Nazi, especially with Skrewdriver's later albums becoming more obvious in their references to the Third Reich and Norse Neopaganism.

Since Ian Stuart's death, RAC has undergone several shifts in style and is generally used as an umbrella for any far-right, Third Position or Nationalist Skinhead music. Originally, the style was a mix of Hard Rock and Punk/Hardcore/Oi!. Older bands tend to be Hard Rock or Oi!/Punk whereas newer bands tend to be more oriented towards Hardcore or Metal. The music tends to be upbeat, frequently anthemic, Rock with a hard edge - there are usually gruff vocals mixed with chanted/sung choruses. There are often prominent melodies which focus on a triumphant sound manifested through ballads, chanted choruses and folky melodies.

As to why it's called Rock Against Communism as opposed to Rock Against Multiculturalism, these bands oppose Communism largely for the humanism and liberal aspects of Socialism. The irrelevance of race and/or nation in Socialist rhetoric is the salient point RAC opposes. Consequently, most bands are explicitly White Nationalist despite the scene having spanned the entire globe with musicians hailing from across the Anglosphere, the Americas and Europe.

Think about it. Abstract economic theories don't inspire the average Joe to write academic compositions, much less make music. In fact, has an economic theory inspired anyone to make music of any sort? There's no such thing as Rock Against Central Planning or Rock Against the Labor Theory of Value. Anyone who tried to make such music would look weird.

>I mean I will give you credit, that you at least brush past the musical content itself, but I still get the impression that you really don't seem to personally be invested or in care all that much about say the guitar work or the drummer or whatever. Moreover it's pretty disingenuous of you to act like you have much reason to be constantly starting these threads for years aside from the political rationale. So I will say again similar to what I said in a separate thread, which is that if the label of politics comes first then what follows after is just a faggy attempt at shilling your politics.

There is no question that often times artists produce work for the intention of pushing a certain idea or belief which renders the end result little more than a propaganda vehicle, but I'm of the opinion that propaganda is an art.

The reason I sing Aion's praises so highly is because the music itself is extremely worthy. It's full of hooks and great build up. You don't even need to speak French to enjoy it. The worst you can say about it is the production values being mildly cheesy and the synths rendering the heightened drama a little cheap.

For the sake of argument, let's pretend Aion really was among some of the worst artists in existence. Do people who earnestly like bad movies secretly shills for the directors or producers of such films? Is outsider art invalid?

As an aside, you might find this interesting:
https://www.counterpunch.org/2016/12/21/artistic-revolt-against-the-progressive-vanguards/
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No. 19991
>>19969
Jesus christ I remember you from KaCey, you sent me the exact same list when we were talking about alternative rock music to prove your superior music taste.

Send the other one with Manilla Road so we all can have a laugh.

>>19971
>I mean I will give you credit, that you at least brush past the musical content itself, but I still get the impression that you really don't seem to personally be invested or in care all that much about say the guitar work or the drummer or whatever.

This this this so much this
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No. 19992
>>19991
>Manilla Road
>bad
Not that guy, but you're a moron if you think Manilla Road isn't the underground's Iron Maiden. Only the biggest contrarian twats hate them.
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No. 19993
>>19991
If you're going to sneer at me, prove you have tastes discriminating enough to trust. By all means, tell us what YOU like. I've got nothing to hide, so I'll proudly show you my hand again and again. The onus, however, is on you to compare your oh so superior taste to mine. Also, you were too stupid to realize "Relentless" and Pentagram's self-titled are the same fucking album.

I'm frankly not interesting competing with a nobody on an anonymous imageboard, but since others may very well be interested in what music I like outside RAC or Identity Rock, Metal and Hard Rock have been my biggest passions musically with odd favorites from other genres here and there. The movie Detroit Rock City and Guilty Gear soundtracks both got me hooked on such music, and my passions have never since gone away.

My favorite Metal albums of all-time:
石渡太輔 - Guilty Gear Original Sound Collection
Ron Wasserman / The Mighty RAW - Mighty Morphin Power Rangers (I'm a dork, sue me)
Lester Maddox - Gothic Lore
Sacred Blade - Of the Sun + Moon
Pentagram - Relentless / Pentagram
Mercyful Fate - Don't Break the Oath
Black Sabbath - Sabbath Bloody Sabbath
Venom - Black Metal
Saint Vitus - Saint Vitus
Saviour Machine - Saviour Machine
Obsequiae - Aria of Vernal Tombs
Judas Priest - Screaming for Vengeance
Bathory - Blood Fire Death
Carnivore - Carnivore
Cro-Mags - Best Wishes
Motörhead - Iron Fist
Artillery - By Inheritance
Blasphème - Désir de vampyr
Sortilège - Larmes de héros / Hero's Tears
Iron Maiden - Piece of Mind
Riot - Thundersteel
Autopsy - Mental Funeral
Impetigo - Horror of the Zombies
Repulsion - Horrified
Dio - The Last in Line
Black Hole - Land of Mystery
Manilla Road - Crystal Logic
Razor - Evil Invaders
Voivod - Killing Technology
Budgie - Never Turn Your Back on a Friend
Pagan Altar - Mythical & Magical
Slayer - Show No Mercy
Fates Warning - Awaken the Guardian
Type O Negative - Bloody Kisses
Bound For Glory - The Fight Goes On
Mudoven - Truth and Tragedy: Life in the Occupied Zone
Vaginal Jesus - Affirmative Apartheid
Dystopia - Human = Garbage
Eyehategod - Take As Needed for Pain
Godflesh - Streetcleaner
Burzum - Hvis lyset tar oss
Carpathian Forest - Black Shining Leather
Grand Belial's Key - Mocking the Philanthropist
Sacrilege - Behind the Realms of Madness
W.A.S.P. - W.A.S.P.
Accept - Balls to the Wall
Arghoslent - Gallopping Through the Battle Ruins
Saxon - Strong Arm of the Law
Elixir - Son of Odin
Tank - Filth Hounds of Hades
Angel Witch - Angel Witch
Blind Guardian - Battalions of Fear
Scanner - Terminal Earth
Helloween - Walls of Jericho
Grave Digger - Grave Digger
Infester - To the Depths, in Degradation
I Shalt Become - Wanderings
Liege Lord - Master Control
Macabre - Gloom
Kreator - Terrible Certainty
The Meads of Asphodel - Exhuming the Grave of Yeshua
Overkill - Feel the Fire
Sepultura - Schizophrenia
Sodom - Persecution Mania
Ufomammut - Snailking
Iron Monkey - Our Problem

To address the question if I share any of the ideas with musicians in far-right milieus, I've got a complicated relationship with wsuch music, but my fascination with the far-right's counterculture didn't exist in a vacuum. My parents instilled me with conservative and libertarian ideals as long as I could remember.

I never held a lasting hatred for someone because of accidents of birth, but race is simply too tantalizing a subject. My classmates, especially my progressive/liberal ones, kept their pets of color, even if the said colored person held attitudes completely at odds with their proclaimed worldview of universal brotherhood. It bugged me when people said in one breath that race or gender has no biological origin yet forged political identities on their races or genders and made virtually everything about race or gender.

Aside from Rock, I grew up with a steady diet of Hip-Hop and Rap. All that mattered to me was that a given MC be gifted with the ability to spit infectious rhymes over good beats. Perhaps what was salient in '90s Hip-Hop was the emphasis on Black identity. Left-wing identity politics's denial of race created a contradiction I just couldn't ignore. A cursory glance at Hip-Hop or Roots Reggae lyrics attest to racial pride and race separation.

With all that talk about separation, I couldn't help but feel the racists were onto something. I wanted to hear their side of the story. I found my way onto WN sites with plenty of articles to peruse. Interest turned to intrigue with "white power music." I found my way onto a lengthy list of free mp3s. Most of them were of an abysmal quality, but a few were quite remarkable. From that point on, I wanted more and more, and since then, I've never stopped searching.
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To discuss other kinds of music for a change and to get festive for the weekend, let's discuss Alan Stivell. Before all those kitschy Irish-American bands sullied the entire genre, this gentleman pioneered a sound that's just as enduringly powerful when it was first cut to wax.

For those unaware, Alan Stivell is a Breton and Celtic musician best known for being one of the earliest musicians to fuse Rock'n'Roll with Celtic Folk music. His first instrument was a harp, an instrument he learned to play at age nine under his father's tutelage. He would later expand his repertoire to include other instruments including bagpipes, the drum, tin whistle and the bombarde.

His landmark album would be a live album recorded at l'Olympia simply titled "À l'Olympia". The album was a massive success, selling over 2 million copies in a span of a few years in the early 1970s. To place this album in better context, the May 1968 student revolt had generated a "back to the earth" movement amongst the French youth and intelligensia with the ideal of uniting Celtic people. Alan Stivell was closely identified with these trends, even at times hailed as a champion of one or the other cause, but he was himself, as he often later claimed, uneasy about taking on the role of a musical freedom fighter. His deep fascination with cutting edge technology, fuelled by his early love of science fiction put him at odds with any "back to the earth" idealism. Despite the hopes he shared with many of his fellow Breton for a Celtic cultural revival and unity, he always sought to avoid being straight-jacketed by a narrow traditionalist outlook.

The album is divided into two sections: one of traditional Celtic Folk music and the other into what would be better known as Celtic Rock. "Pop Plinn" features the Hammond organ, drums, bass guitar and the distorted guitars all coalescing into something magical.

But no matter. Without further ado...
https://youtu.be/3dzYjyhbYAk
https://youtu.be/_cDPsPkEtyg
https://youtu.be/zLov6VisVdo
https://youtu.be/SgKLueYK0d8
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No. 20013
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Came across it quite some years ago, when I watched a documentary on Berlin electronic music nightlife, Feiern from 2006

It's a mood switch, relly gets you going and let you smile, no hard bumping techno but a light take off.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2WsK8uKWtTo
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No. 20031
>>19992
Guy just sounds like he has a dick stuck in his nose and is the epithome of kitsch

Just like Iron Maiden with Bruce Dickinson, music for masses. Pop music pretending to be counter culture.

>>19993
xD Like I'm ever going to show you something when you're such a fucking plebus maximus, also implying I keep segregated lists of music but what really fucking grinds my gears is you putting together such amazing bands like Siekiera - Nowa Aleksandria with some pussy ass epic metal for 40 yo boomers like manilla road or that other white metal.

You make me fucking mad because you are a bitch ass who thinks he's hot shit because he throws in some dead kennedys and misfits and carpathian forests next to fucking bruce dickinson tier music

Coupled with autistic copy pasting of extremely random list of artists and being like, yeah now show me yours

XD

https://rakta.bandcamp.com/album/s-t

here's something for you, cheers wannabe
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No. 20032 Kontra
>>20031
I bet you'd get killed on a live set of carpathian forest btw
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No. 20058 Kontra
>>20031
>>20032
Kill yourself.
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No. 20066
>>20031
Jesus, go back to ANUS.
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No. 20067
I not visit music thread, but last posts I see is terrible.
Stop be kohl and listen good music
https://youtu.be/1LDuG0bvZEY
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No. 20080
>>16477
It's funny you bring up Nu-Metal. Thanks in part to late '90s and early 2000s nostalgia, some people have developed an intrigue in Nu-Metal. Strange to see others warm up to what was reviled by Metal subculture. I figured most bands have long since called it quits save the successful acts like Slipknot, but to my surprise, bands like Static-X, Mushroomhead, P.O.D. and Ill Niño are all still making music.

As much as people slam Nu-Metal for being too debased from Heavy Metal's roots and taking the pigheadedness from Pantera to the next level, it all starts to make sense as an artform when you take its history into context. Nu-Metal stood at the vertex of Hip-Hop, Alternative Rock/Grunge, Industrial Rock/Metal (especially Neue Deutsche Härte), Funk and Groove Metal, all popular on MTV from the late '80s and throughout the '90s. A lot of those bands fell under the Alternative Rock/Metal umbrella, but when "Alternative" became too synonymous with Grunge or stuff like The Cranberries, twas time to part ways with the label. I think Nu-Metal definitely became identifiable by the late '90s, but it had tons of antecedents.

While bands seldom differentiated in lyrics covering pain, angst, destruction and misanthropy, most of them sounded worlds apart from one another. Bands like Korn, Limp Bizkit, Soulfly or Static-X reveled in bravado, impulsive and tribalistic aggression while bands like Slipknot hearkened to Shock Rock. Korn took cues from Faith No More and Helmet while Slipknot looked up to Mr. Bungle. Deftones initially had a more Post-Hardcore meets Hip-Hop undertone to their Nu-Metal sound. Towards the twilight of the genre's life, Linkin Park was introspective in their lyrics and focused more on Electronic, Trip-Hop and even Ambient atmospheres with their sound.

Twas an extremely eclectic genre, but separating bands from their influences was their collective willingness to conform and return to machismo thanks to the Hip-Hop and Hardcore influences. Alternative bands were often very quirky, elegant and socially progressive, thus politically correct. Nu-Metal took the opposite approach with more bands conforming to a brutish working class style. With minor exception, Nu-Metal bands were comprised of tough kids looking to throw down.

These guys were either directly responsible for its genesis or influential-but-not-necessarily-Nu-Metal: Pantera, Helmet, Prong, 24-7 Spyz, Living Colour, Fishbone, Deftones, Mordred, RATM, Tool, Infectious Grooves, Mr. Bungle, Faith No More, '90s Sepultura, Alice in Chains, Body Count, White Zombie, L.A.P.D., Korn, Biohazard, Ministry, Nine Inch Nails, Rammstein, Marilyn Manson, Skinlab, Slipknot, Soulfly, Mushroomhead, One Minute Silence, Powerman 5000, P.O.D. and countless others.

Haters gonna hate, but Nu-Metal is still a valid artform, even if it's not "true Metal".
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No. 20082 Kontra
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On another note, what does Ernst think of Peste Noire?

As much as "La sanie des siècles : Panégyrique de la dégénérescence" is a hipster darling on account of the DSBM and Post-Rock elements, I enjoy it track to track even if it's a bit overlong at times. Peste Noire's first release serves as an outstanding example of how Black Metal should evolve: not regurgitating Darkthrone/Burzum, but at the same time not losing sight of the genre's spirit and its whole preoccupation with the ancient and the pagan. That baroque sense of melody, the silly hooligan ethos, the dungeon atmosphere and fetishism for all things Medieval and rustic in general also imbued their music with the requisite and genuine otherworldliness that made them so identifiable. Bands like Dub-Buk and M8L8TH get it while faggotry like Deathspell Omega and Sunbather painfully remind me of how it shouldn't have evolved.

Famine's greatest strength was tragically his greatest flaw: his ego, which was far too big for his ambitions. He's one of those cleverer-than-thou aesthetes who probably spent years fleshing out his incredibly personalized, specific philosophy/aesthetic before he even picked up his first guitar. How do you even describe his schtick without sounding like a douche? "Phantasmagorical rural gutter poetry?" "Medieval absurdism?" You don't. You only sound stupider with each attempt.When a moderately talented artist takes that approach, the debut ends up sounding like any other band's 4th album; "La Sanie..." isn't perfect, but it feels like the logical conclusion of a decade of development and shapeshifting, rather than a debut released a few years after the first demo.

Unfortunately there's nowhere for early bloomer bands like this to go except down. On Peste Noire's actual fourth release "L'ordure à L'état pur", the line between genuine outsider weirdness and McDada eroded and the band ended up sounding like a baguette version of Sleepytime Gorilla Museum. For some, there was something strangely charming about the whole affair, but for me, this is where I checked out and I'm not surprised to see what a meme they've become last year.

Side note: amused they have used White Aryan Resistance's skull logo on their cover art and insert graphics.

Polite Kontra
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No. 20360
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RvDLBkOz9mU

Classic detroit electro from 2003. TR808 and Synths. The title capsules the sound. Listened to it every morning on the cities highway while working a side job where I got a car provided. Every morning a sweet ride into the southern part of town.
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No. 20367
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>Księżyc - Księżyc
The polish group describes its music as psychedelic-ethnic minimalism.
Eerie and dreamy, it makes one feel at home in this world. So glad I rediscovered it this night.
https://youtu.be/QUEuajM4Geg
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No. 20396
Restoring thread order 3
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No. 20431
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iyYA4byQXNk
I know this album is a funny meme, but I find the aesthetic genuinely haunting.

Some works of art attempt to portray something horrific. But this one is a PRODUCT of something horrific, which makes it so much more genuine. Namely, it's a product of teenage pregnancy, reality show stardom, 00s pop culture, etc. The juxtaposition of autotuned, robotic voice singing lyrics dealing with themes of regret at a ruined life with EDM music, and the general bubblegum pop aesthetic is almost lynchian.

This will make a fine addition to my collection of "ugly contemporary americana", alongside postal, harvester, and acid bath.
And they say the 00s had no aesthetic. This is it.
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No. 20433
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No. 20438
>>20367
Wow this is ebin. Reminds me a bit of the Popol Vuh soundtracks for Herzog movies.
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No. 20439
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jp557jIynis

Altan Urag is one of my favorite bands, mixing traditional Mongolian music with metal and foreign traditional instruments in a very nice way. I find most western folk metal cringy and unlistenable, but Altan Urag has a very well developed sense of aesthetics that lets them blend all these elements together into a cohesive whole.

In this track, Spanish guitar and castanetas evoke images of the great khan's army sweeping over the armies and cities of Central Asia like the unstoppable scourge of God:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MPkhfglt1kk
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No. 20442
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VshjSlBG-ug

Some really good psychedelic rock from Japan. Apparently the Uchida guy died recently, so RIP to him.

Haven't listened to this sort of music in a while, but somehow it sounds quite crisp. Catchy melodies and the female + male vocals singing in English with Japanese accent work quite well.
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No. 20455
>>20442
I take it you've heard of Flower Travellin' Band.

If not, you owe it to yourself to check them out. They're the Japanese Black Sabbath, but much more psychedelic. Rest assured, they sound as Japanese and Sabbath sounds British:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7AqhqLka9ko

The whole album is worth listening to:
https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLFJoVFNa8-osXJ8khqVN9ojPIvnzh0bNN
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No. 20474
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This vidya soundtrack is blowing me away, totally haunting melodies: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YKyB51o9AJg

>>20455
Yep, I vaguely remember listening to it, though I've also just realized the connection.
Listening to the album now, it's quite a bit more heavy than I had in mind, the Black Sabbath comparison is appropriate for sure.
Pretty cool artwork as well.
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No. 20475
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>>20474
I can't recommend the heavier side of Psychedelic Rock enough. You probably already know of bands like Buffalo, Possessed (UK), Blue Cheer, Captain Beyond, Sir Lord Baltimore or Bang, but those who haven't owe it to themselves to give them all a go.

Since we're on the subject, here's some choice bits:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w9eGc5Luk3c
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dGxflt2mbpA
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aw6Jdq-CJps
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nm2jw5yizEc
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VfXPgrqXpdA
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bBGWzSJarXU
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-ihHD7FSJiA

>>20439
Neat stuff. Wouldn't call it Metal, but solid Folk Rock nonetheless.

Aside from that Mongolian Rap group, the only act I know well enough to comment on is Hurd, a Hard Rock/Heavy Metal act:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sTDRl6J_4cs
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UQr2OaYNqUo

This thread badly needs some Farshid Arabi, an Irani guitarist who composes Metal and writes lyrics inspired by Rumi:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hZucaR_RxEc
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=St0mLmzyp5E
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kbyAVjRXUB4
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No. 20500
>>20082
HOLY SHIT, PESTE NOIRE COVERED VAE VICTIS!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SrMNObJwC8s

Despite my disparaging comments about their latest output, words cannot express how overjoyed I am. Vae Victis will hopefully earn greater appreciation from the Anglosphere on account of Peste Noire's endorsement. It's a shame Vae Victis languished in relative obscurity, although that's the price you pay when you make Nationalist music.
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No. 20618
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4kanker /mu/ is so shit. There is very little discussion about music that is not shitposting.
>What is the greatest sea shanty of all time, /mu/?

The actual answer is Lowlands Away:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PPJfYyv5eRU

Sea shanties were not just song by pirates, they were also sung by navies all over the world.
>pic related

Also, even though the golden age of piracy was in the 17th and 18th centuries, sea shanties were still being created and sung later during the era of the steamboat and keelboat:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jv-URfq-rbo
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No. 20626
>>20618
I sometimes wonder why I bother posting there. It is literally the worst board over there, but yet I can't stay away.

On another note, what do you think of military marches?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dxLEHKC1YLM
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XjnF0F-2Mcs
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YlBPY9BzO5k
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No. 20744
The first new Rammstein single in 10 years released, called: Deutschland. The song has nine minutes and 22 seconds, the video is spanning Germany history from ancient Roman/Germanic time to 21st century:

https://vimeo.com/327168626
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No. 20754
>>20626
With their heavy sense of rhythm and singing they are not too dissimilar to >>20618.
This type of music suits the repetitive movements that are required for marching and for manual labour. Dancing involves similar physical exertion, explaining why this music sounds similar: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ePJh5Ayiu_k
I found this https://www.discogs.com/German-Army-Chorus-And-Brass-Band-German-Army-Chorus/release/4232952 at a flea market.
It has the same audio as this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BnaF4_LTovk
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No. 20762
>>20744
I've heard it's totally cucked.
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No. 20784 Kontra
>>20762

What is that even supposed to mean?
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No. 20797
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DEUTSCHLAND! – MEIN HERZ IN FLAMMEN

WILL DICH LIEBEN UND VERDAMME

DEUTSCHLAND! – DEIN ATEM KALT

SO JUNG – UND DOCH SO ALT

Deutschland!
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No. 20799
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Du tronar på minnen från fornstora dar,
då ärat ditt namn flög över jorden,
jag vet att du är och du blir vad du var,
JA, JAG VILL LEVA JAG VILL DÖ I NORDEN
JA, JAG VILL LEVA JAG VILL DÖ I NORDEN
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No. 20802 Kontra
>>20797
>>20798
Is there any particular reason you're trying to ruin our nice music thread? Go shit up your own cesspool of a board.
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No. 20804 Kontra
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No. 20807
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>>20802
ok, i was just trying to be funny ;_;
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No. 20808 Kontra
>>20807
You failed.
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No. 20809
>>20744
Denn du bist was du isst
und ihr wisst was es ist :--DDDDDD
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No. 20810
>>20808
No shit
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No. 20811
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Anyway, I'm currently listening to Grim -a Japanese harsh noise/death industrial & folk project led by one man band Jun Konagaya, who is also owner of Eskimo Records.
Two songs consecutive songs from the record:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ufJq7tE9B-s
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9rSB6Iw02dY

My favourite songs from the record (I know it's a compilation):
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BhRi5nbm5cw
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZnsxOaK29Jo

Does anyone know of any other records like this? The mixture of psychedelic folk music and harsh noise is very cathartic for me.
I normally can't listen to noise music without getting bored.
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The whole album is great, but lately especially those two songs have grown on me. So fucking intense.

>Pull out the Pin
https://youtu.be/Jkhnr6H4QZg

>Suspended in Gaffa
https://youtu.be/V3XAeg3B0To
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>>20855
Did you listen to the kick inside? It's beautiful.
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>>20875
The fug kind of drinking song is that?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fG16w9IJrbo
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>>20893
It's an Eastern European thing. Actually reminds me a bit of a Finnish thing too. See you're used to the jolly Irish drinking thing. This is the suicidal depression belt drinking thing.
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No. 20918
A little analogy I came up with last night regarding the various subgenres in Metal and why some are popular with those "outside" the scene whereas others find fervor of Metalheads.

Think of Pitchfork Metal (ie: Post-Metal, Atmospheric Metal) as Reform Judaism whereas Traditional and Extreme Metal as Orthodox Judaism.
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>Lee Hazlewood - My Autumn's done come
https://youtu.be/HSd2BR3Ntrs

What an unusually melancholic and mysterious piece of country music. In the youtube video it is accompanied by clips from the movie L'Enfer by Georges Clouzot which centers around the manic envy a man feels during a holiday trip with his girlfriend. The pictures in black and white show what's really happening, the psychedelic/surrealistic colorful pictures show his phantasy world in which his gf cheats on him.
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No. 21010
Recently discovered this:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mwM-Gjp3ToU

Great stuff.
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>>20811
The only artist that does such varied things that I know is Corrupted
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>>20918
Personally I think Post Metal is not metal at all. Following your analogy is a Sonic Youth wankery, heathenism
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>>21045
>Sonic Youth
Ugh, I hate them. Their bassist looks like Iggy Pop in drag.

And yes, I'm not a fan of Post-Metal because it's divorced from the compositional aspects that defined Metal.

I would rank subgenres as follows.

God-tier:
>Heavy/NWOBHM
>Thrash
>Black
>Doom

Solid-tier:
>US Power
>80s German Power
>Speed
>Death/Doom
>Sludge
>OSDM

Mid-tier
>Folk/Viking/Pagan
>Gothic
>Grindcore
>Heavy Glam
>Neoclassical
>Progressive
>Stoner

Low-tier:
>Drone Doom
>Flower
>Funeral Doom
>Groove
>Industrial
>Melodeath
>Tech Death

Bottom-tier:
>Metalcore
>Brutal Death
>"Alternative" Metal
>Wigger Slam
>Symphonic

False-tier:
>Nu
>Djent
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No. 21190
It's unusual that greedy Paradox jews managed to create such a nice original music for HoI 4, and I'm a little disappointed that no one will hear this outside of the game.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CLbetsP_u-A
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uKYNGJijFg8
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A0U5JyT7OBI
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1tHba_OtfbI
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>>21083
What do you think of avant-garde metal, jazz-metal and jazzgrind? The music played by jazz players and metal players tends to sound wildly different. I prefer the former.
Each takes the instruments of the other, but retains the core structure of their respective genre.

The Jazz players' take:
freejazz-metal:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vueFOvsr3bA&list=OLAK5uy_mE2yYvisVdznz9ZZPGX_mocg11l9M-9KA&index=3
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dzG9M6avrm8
jazz-metal:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XiDR87-HRhA
jazzgrind:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d075v_dl6lc
jazzcore:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bbBMaWNLAqQ

The Metal player's take:
jazz-metal:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mgPD_t-Ue8o
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xebUoYr5wBU
death-jazz:https://hooktube.com/watch?v=wvbr5DtIxSs
avant-garde metal:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uZ3WuOag218
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GzJA1xQxTCU

I used to listen to black, doom, and death metal, as well NWOBHM when I was younger. Then I listened to mostly jazz for a couple of years, ending up with free-jazz becoming my favourite subgenre. That definitely changed my taste in my music. I still listen to Doom Metal often —not so much the other subgenres. Now I think that the first two Maiden albums are the best Maiden albums and I like Sonic Youth (Confusion is sex is my favourite album of theirs) :DDDD
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>>21198
This is perhaps a more recognizably metal album by Sonny Sharrock Band:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q8kiPlohcZQ
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>>21198
I didn't know about Naked City, which I consider a shame. Thank you for sharing.
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>>21198
>avant-garde metal
Depends. Stuff like Armia, Sigh or maudlin of the Well are intriguing whereas stuff like Mr. Bungle is just goofy for its own sake.

>Jazz Metal
About the only artist I'm intimately familiar with is Exivious, which I listen to occasionally. Not my go-to, but fascinating stuff all the same. In terms of the stuff you linked, I felt ambivalent towards most of it (apart from maudlin, obviously). It seems too removed from what I'm accustomed to.
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>>21280
I know Armia is somewhat of a controversial suggestion for Avant-Garde Metal, but "Triodante" fits the bill in all ways:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_J1WCpwgr_4
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No. 21323
Much heavier than I usually listen to but still loving this:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GQi8O7Gg1vM

Hard to describe, it's like shoegaze crossed with elements of doom.
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>>21370
Sorry about that, wrong thread and cannot delete because Error: Wrong password for post deletion.
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FlyByNo
It's so freakin good

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1CGMk_roNaE&list=RD4qGi9ppL34E&index=7

Hey whatever happened to Egypt?
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BxHTDpaB4vg

Phew, this track is like a really fucked up come down on chemical drugs, while also being danceable, a little tingling of wait can await you at the end of the night.
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Why is it that the Poles are such a strong ethnic/national group?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jiR4g0A-83s
I'm being completely serious. That was also done by a Pole. Do you think that being repeatedly genocided and invaded makes a group of people smarter, stronger, and more talented over time?
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>>21548
And also vidya in general btw. I can't remember if I already asked this or not but why is it that Russia for example produces so few games compared to Poles? In fact, do even British devs produce many games anymoreRIP Bullfrog? Because they don't even actually advertise it but every time I look around I find out that some new game had a Polish composer/developer/publisher/writers/all of the above. And sometimes it's so not obvious you think they are Americans. Like Darkwood for example, or Hard West, are games that somehow capture distinctly American feels that I don't expect a foreigner to so accurately capture. Although apparently, this is being made by Bulgarians for example https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Phoenix_Point
I didn't post in vidya thread though now think maybe I should have since it was just the composer of D:OS that I've been listening to and he apparently was Polish. Like this https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Observer_(video_game)
Or Phantom Doctrine. I feel like every time I turn around, there was a Pole behind something.
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i'm just about to finish a bottle of rather spicy mead. listened to the great gisela may, now listening to jacques brel alone, of course
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>>21548
>>21550
>Do you think that being repeatedly genocided and invaded makes a group of people smarter, stronger, and more talented over time?

Provided that enough of them survive :DDDDDDDDDDD

Interesting theory there, Schiz, but the living counterexample would be Armenians. They're involved in the same chicanery as Jews, yet aren't remotely as talented and are mostly 89iq to boot. Of course, the Armenian genocide is relatively recent history, but I don't see them attaining the same political clout and influence as Jewry.
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>>21583
Who do you think you're talking to?
>Armenia
Depends. There was the Armenian genocide but weren't there also invasions there numerous times?
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No. 21599
>>21583
It's a dumb theory, but in my hometown Armos are 5-10% of the population, and seem to be half of the lawyers and doctors and dentists.
This actually supports the genocide thesis even more, because most of the Armenians there are from the exodus of Western Armenians during the late Ottoman period, while most of the Armenians in SoCal are more recent immigrants from the East who never had the same kind of existential risk.
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No. 21601
>>21548
>Do you think that being repeatedly genocided and invaded makes a group of people smarter, stronger, and more talented over time?
Actually it is a strong scientific theory, as well as common sense, that constant conflict with an out-group leads to greater social cohesion. However, the effect directly correlates with the hatred/perceived alienness of the out-group.
Poles lacked cohesion before the partition because this was before the age of nationalism, and their enemies tended to be other Christians. But with the rise of nationalist ideology, mere ethnic differences are enough to fuel the fires, especially if accompanied by full occupation of the homeland and difference in religious sect (even if previously that hadn't played a huge role, it provides a new faultline to focus on once deep enmity has been established).
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>>21599
It's actually a dumb theory just because I'm being too simplistic and generalizing but the premise is built on a solid groundwork of evolutionary theory, namely, that of the population bottleneck and of heightened selective pressures, and there's nothing quite like an attempted near extinction event to do that. Sadly it probably also wipes out empathetic traits more since I'd expect paranoid sociopaths to have the easiest time both detecting the looming danger as well as bailing on friends, family, home and country to save your own neck. People with a higher sense of social values and empathy are probably going to stay behind with their friends and family, possibly trying to get them out and getting caught or dying in the fighting.

I was also going to say something about well if you're going to mention America then pretty much any diaspora will probably have more doctors and lawyers but
> because most of the Armenians there are from the exodus of Western Armenians during the late Ottoman period, while most of the Armenians in SoCal are more recent immigrants from the East who never had the same kind of existential risk.
I'm unclear are you saying you've been around both groups and that SoCal recent immigrants are the dumber ones?

>>21601
>, that constant conflict with an out-group leads to greater social cohesion.
That hasn't got much to do with what I was talking about though which is
oh fuck this is the music thread
anyway which is those qualities on an individual level as well as a national one. Social cohesion doesn't mean much. It only means that members of the in-group tend to have fewer catastrophic failures and better opportunities, which could likewise be argued towards making the collective IQ drop over time if anything because the absolute retards of the group aren't as brutally punished for their failures over time giving them a better competitive edge against the smarter/stronger/more creative or simply more lucky individuals and not have to suffer the consequences of their actions as much.
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Nothing could be more emblematic of the Anglosphere’s success in this post-globalization world than the spread of Rock’n’Roll. With minor exception, almost every industrialized nation is home to dozens of active and recording Rock bands supported by thousands of fans spanning all ages. As each nation would interpret the music differently and develop local analogues to more popular bands, politics (local and global) would find their way through Rock’n’Roll. While the vast majority of active recording artists come from apolitical, liberal or leftist persuasions, it comes as no surprise that others on the further fringes sang from an entirely different hymn sheet: Nationalism.

Perhaps France’s earliest known Nationalist Rock musician is Jack Marchal, famous for forming the student activist block Groupe Union Défense along with Alain Robert and four others at Panthéon-Assas University in Paris. After enough hours covering Rolling Stones with close friend Olivier Carré, Jack would team up with Italy’s Mario Ladich, best known for his leading role in the MSI-affiliated act Janus, to record Science & Violence, an album that could roughly be described as the right-wing analogue to Syd Barrett-era Pink Floyd.

As distribution of such music proved difficult, Nationalist Rock would stay in obscurity until the White Nationalist skinhead movement took the Anglosphere and Western Europe by storm. For better or worse, skinheads bequeathed Nationalist Rock with the much needed edge previous iterations sorely lacked, but with that edge came years of controversy that would plague Nationalist movements. With the cultural clout shifting leftwards in no small part due to increasing Americanization along with the long march through the institutions across Western Europe, young artists would be faced with the choice to co-opt this revolutionary genre or lose the culture war to the rising tide of leftism and new laws stymieing their firmly rooted convictions.

Enter Rock Identitaire Français. Eschewing the image of hardened urban guerrillas exemplified by their skinhead peers, this new generation of soft-spoken Frenchmen would express their views with much-needed respectability in both image and art form, and a student activist named Aude Bertrand (later Aude Bertrand- Mirković or simply Aude Mirković) would play her part carrying Nationalism towards a broader audience. Like Jack Marchal in his youth during the ’68 protests, Aude was profoundly influenced by France’s political situation under President Mitterand, but of greater significance was the music that inspired her to become a recording artist. It was no accident that Dolores O’Riordan’s lyrical poetry inspired the fledgling musician, having sung about subjects that fit comfortably into the metapolitical narrative of Nationalist politics. Dedicating both albums to her Irish idol, Aude would channel her menagerie of feelings into a pastiche of alienation, longing, introspection, enthusiasm and the revolt against rootless cosmopolitanism.

Inspired by such fervor and recognizing her songwriting talents, Jack Marchal took the aspiring woman under his wing and composed a few songs for both of her acts. Named after a Gallic goddess who symbolized strength tempered by femininity, Brixia would record and release 14 songs focusing on the personal rather than the polemical. It was serendipity that the band would coalesce into an identifiable group of musicians because Aude’s intentions were to keep it as a personal studio project. Previously assisted by longtime friend Virginie Deleuvre along with Jack Marchal and Julien Beuzard, Brixia would undergo several line-up changes before enlisting the aid of pseudonymous guitarist Charles Schlivovitz who drunkenly approached Aude after a show with a demo tape in hand. Leaving quite the impression, he successfully joined the young artists and would later record with the band.
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Mon clan et les miens

Brixia’s first five songs would appear on an EP titled Mon clan et les miens. The songs’ collective emphasis on atmosphere brings the listener on a contemplative journey where man reflects on his alienation from the modern world before rebelling against the very source of dispossession. Drum machines and synths set the beat while the guitars alternate between acoustic flourishes and hard riffs that ring out. Everything here is smooth and even-keel. Aude’s soft timbre reminisces of a timid being in search of meaning, but her talents really shine whenever she sings out. Recorded on a limited budget, the production values underscore the musicians’ collective grasp beyond their reach, but with humble means yields a passion that refuses to be extinguished by convention.

Written in Aude’s teens while at Brittany, “Littoral celte” expresses one’s aspirations towards the infinite through dreamy synths, brittle guitars and ethereal imagery capturing the fog and spirit of her nation’s ancestors while solemnly contemplating one’s mortality. Our singer gently entrances the listener, transporting them to the Celtic coastline where man maintains his blood ties while aspiring towards the ideal. The blend of somber moods with spiritual musings fit the opening track.

In contrast comes the uptempo “Tenez bon on arrive” featuring some sharp guitars propelling the song. The lyrics beseech the listener to stand firm in their convictions and reject defeatism as fiercely as the corrosive media complex. It is here that we see Aude come out of her shell and sing with confidence. Towards the end the guitars indulge in some wah-wah soloing that is neither here nor there. Mixing here was critical, because her friends’ attempts to join in on the second chorus are undermined by their volume being set too low.

“La vérité est libre” is a gloomy yet soothing tune driven by somber keys and acoustics dedicated to political prisoners. The song condemns a corrupt system that monitors the faintest murmurs of dissidence and consequently imprisons men who dare to speak candidly, ending defiantly with a passage that roughly translates to “The stones will scream if they try to silence us.” Such strong subject matter demands a fittingly strong performance, but Aude sadly could not bring out her best all made worse by the instruments being mixed too loud.

Mean guitars return on “Appelez-moi” with even more wah-wah that works to the rhythm’s advantage. It seems Aude’s confidence was directly correlated with the energy of the guitars because she shines singing paeans to French landmarks. For her, the monuments serve as manifestations of a nation’s rich history that instill a sense of pride in one’s heritage. The chorus pleads for the indifferent to hear her cry.

The EP concludes with its title track that can be described as the French analogue to “Ode to My Family”. Featuring what must be the clumsiest metaphor in music history, she sings that there is room for the answering machine in her heart and assures her people that she will always be close to her kin. In spite of the goofy songwriting, the tune bookends the album on a warm note with its gentle acoustics and lyrics, but still leaves the listener yearning for more.

While the compositional aspects of the music demanded professional studio quality production to achieve the idealized sound, Brixia still managed to produce a competent, if somewhat derivative, pastiche. It would be later in the band’s discography that they would come closer to their vision.

https://youtu.be/hiMcQUHOIOE
https://youtu.be/9AvKR8bVRpc
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Monde de timbrés + Sur les terres du RIF - Acte II

1999 was a busy time for Aude Bertrand. After recording and releasing her first EP as Brixia, she would perform a benefit concert in Belgrade on April 5th during the height of NATO’s bombing campaign with fellow French Identitarian band In Memoriam and her husband’s Rap group Basic Celtos.

The event occurred in the evening near the Prince Mihailo Monument to an audience of what appears to be nearly 100. Aude would later reflect on that night in awe of the warm reception. Amid all the attendees showering the stage with flowers and crying tears of joy, she asserted her unconditional support for the Serbian people in face of bombardments that ended in June of that year.

Upon returning home, Brixia hit the studios again to record the sophomore Monde de timbrés. The smooth Virginie Deleuvre returns on guitar contrasted by the hard rocking Charles Schlivovitz who replaced Jack and Julien. On bass came a gentleman only known as Guillaume who does a serviceable job during his time on record. This new line-up would add some new instrumental sensibilities while keeping the core themes intact.

Both the debut and sophomore releases’ song structures owe a fair share to Dream Pop as well as anything traditionally Rock-based despite the latter still being front and center. Indeed, the cold beats from the artificial percussion sounds more at home on an EDM record. Most importantly, the shared electric and acoustic guitar work serve to layer the atmosphere in heightening the listening experience. The music emphasizes mellow and serene soundscapes even at its quirkiest moments. The acoustic flourishes imbue the sound with the much needed organic tone demanded by the subject matter. Aude’s vocal capabilities shine on downtempo tracks where she muses autobiographically in a neutral Alto octave that stays comfortably in the middle register, neither undersinging nor oversinging.

Having been recorded a year after the debut, Monde de timbrés takes the listener on a deeply personal journey through Aude’s life exploring her strongest passions and chilling fears. “Je reviendrai” continues where the previous release’s title track leaves off with the lyrics’ pastoral imagery bringing the listener as much comfort as the conveyed nostalgia brings the singer ease. The tune here is much more beat-driven but still grounded with mild rhythms. Immediately after comes the contemplative “Tourner la page” featuring spacey guitars that guide the listener towards spiritual ascension. Aude reflects on the uncertainty in coming-of-age when faced with the damning choice of leaving behind ideals in exchange for presumed responsibility. When writing this song, she remarked that too many people she knew resigned to a life of mediocrity whereas others paid lip service to their supposed ideals while still behaving like insolent teenagers well into their adulthood. For her, growing up was an opportunity to turn the page (literal translation of the song) while still staying true to your fundamental beliefs.

“Monde de béton” laments urban man’s disconnection from his roots in a world where no rivers run and city lights obscure the night sky. The song solemnly asks the question that roughly translates to, “Concrete world, where’s your soul?” Full of quirky jams and wah-wahs, “Amnésia” continues the theme of urban alienation in a club where drug addicts are lost in a perpetual haze. Our singer finds relief once finally outside away from all the noise. Ending the album are two tracks emphasizing the talents of Mr. Schlivovitz’s sharp electric guitars. While the guitar tone would sound much better given proper production values, the harder rhythms take the listener back to reality without losing any focus on the atmosphere. Bringing us full circle is the aptly titled “Change!” whose chorus cries, “You don’t like the world? Change it!”

Monde de timbrés certainly moved one step forward from Mon clan et les miens in spite of lo-fi limitations, but one cannot help but yearn for so much more. A listener can only spend so much time in the clouds before needing to return to earth, and the songs driven by heavier guitars demanded so much more than Brixia could provide. Still, this little album’s experience would satisfy anyone pining for a trip into the Nationalist’s soul.

https://youtu.be/q2KWntT052E
https://youtu.be/s93n0_dF0fY
https://youtu.be/NhiBDtig0_c

Brixia’s last two songs would find their way on Mémorial Records’s second various artist compilation Sur les terres du RIF – Acte II. Most distinct about these two songs are real drums and guitars more in line with Hard Rock or Grunge. Reminiscent of “Zombie” by The Cranberries, “Complainte rurale” enters with mournful acoustics before beefy guitars enter over the refrain that indicts bureaucracy for decimating the countryside. The fiddle played over the verses seems tacked on for the sake of folksiness. Despite the tale of woe, Aude still stays optimistic on the following track. Featuring heavy guitars and a mean saxophone to boot, “Renaissance” calls for the Frenchmen to rise up and challenge the political order, hopeful collective action will usher in a new era. It is a shame the band apparently could not produce one more album, because a full-length release in this style would have been so much more promising.

https://youtu.be/x-62PnwpX64
https://youtu.be/DcSMuGC-7p4

Life After Music

After Elendil and Brixia called it quits around 2001, Aude would earn a law degree from Panthéon-Assas University that same year. She would later become a lecturer in criminology and private law at University of Evry. Most famously, she is known for her public opposition to surrogacy and medically assisted procreation (called PMA in France), sharing her views regularly on conservative commentary and occasionally making media appearances to debate others. Aude and her husband Nikola briefly returned to making music as guests for the Québécois Punk band Fleurdelix et les Affreux Gaulois, appearing in the music video for “Salut les copains” and singing live before returning to France.
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>>21643
>I'm unclear are you saying you've been around both groups and that SoCal recent immigrants are the dumber ones?
Yes. The dumb Armenian thing is a product of SoCal trash like the Kardashians. Recent Armenian immigrants are literally just sovoks who speak Armenian in addition to Russian (except for a small minority who come from Iran, but I've only met one so I can't generalize about them), whereas older Armenian immigrants are basically mountain jews.