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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