ITT: We post artists, songs, albums, and discuss the merits and shortcomings of various musical projects. The music discussed need not necessarily be right wing, as there is currently a thread on /mlpol/ housing discussion and updates regarding that.
Attached is the latest /mu/-core chart I could find, but that hardly means the thread needs to be restricted to discussing movements made in the last couple decades.
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So is it a ghetto favorite among the pimps?>Because it's good
It's good enough, for a Negro. >this is a music thread
That means this digital page isn't solely confined to Groin Grips.
It's been pretty clear that you haven't the slightest idea of what you're talking about, and are content to act like the very niggers you claim to hate; ie coming into a thread that has nothing to do with you and waving your dick around like you've got something to say when you're really just trying to act like a bull in a china shop and make it all about you. Listen to it, or don't, but I really doubt anything you come up with is going to come close to the quality of what's been produced by the album I've listed above. And if you want to bitch and moan about niggers some more you're always able to make a thread about it on /mlpol/.
>>3602>Ruining your thread
My point still stands, it's big black nigger music.
Don't know what's got you so defensive, perhaps you're a Groin Grips enthusiast. Post some different music if the heats too hot in the kitchen.
>>3603>>Ruining your thread
Pretty much, you're acting like a nigger and taking pride in it.>My point still stands, it's big black nigger music.
Absolutely not, that's not really much of a point anyway.>Don't know what's got you so defensive
I've already told you what my problem is with you. You want to post music or keep acting like a nigger?
>>3604>You want to post music?
Yes, if it'll cheer you up.
Maybe the gooks are more up your black alley. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6-v7Q9C2Iw0
So it's gonna be like that, huh. There's no oldfag /mu/tants around here after all, I guess.
If anypony wants any recs let me know and I suppose I can maybe point you in the direction of some essentials or charts, but I can't guarantee there won't be a black boogeyman creeping around any of them.
Now that's a name I haven't heard in a very long time.
That Handsome Devil is another outfit that hasn't lost its artistic integrity with the shifting attitudes of the times. "Your Parents Are Sellouts" is fresh off the presses, get it while it's hot.
I'm also seeing "Little Dark Age" by MGMT in a couple webms over on /mlpol/. It's pretty good if anyponer wants to check it out and doesn't know about it already.
And this while trolling /mlp/. For those unaware, Kero Kero Bonito is the FiM of music.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kiROTx5v2xQ
It's an old game, but the first recluse man game is even older.
Here's 2 themes from the original spider spiker soundtrack. Capeshit is pleasant in minimal doses, too much and you'll end up a comic collector.
Sorry, can't say that game OSTs are really my cup of tea anymore. Pedro's theme from Civ 6 was nice to listen to, but that was written long before the game was made.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZS8cqnnQ9jQ
Neither may I say the sound of Civilization 6 is sweet to my bitter palate either, probably because the game has never been a grandiose intrigue, nor interest of mine.
Perhaps the predator themes from AVP Extinction may be more fitting to your taste. The drums are reminiscent of the Congo although it isn't black, which creates a grey area where it's acceptance is easier into my ears. The rhythm has a steady beat to it which isn't too over the top, which is more soothing than elevating.
The 2010 AVP soundtrack is more intense as well as faster in tune, it is a greater improvement over the Extinction soundtrack. It is a blended mixture of electronic style and tribal, a techno-tribal, as an abbreviation. The alien themes are vastly inferior, it is eerie and ambient which tries far too hard to accomplish it's goal of being a fit to the quickness of the Xeno, it comes off as an attempt rather than a made match.
>>3666>Perhaps the predator themes from AVP Extinction may be more fitting to your taste.
Doubtful that we're gonna come to an agreement here. If you'd like to keep posting soundtracks, I suppose that's within the scope of the thread, but they've really never been something I've been all that interested in.
Sometimes I listen to the Civ 5 soundtracks but the ones for my nation make me feel bad about how shit my nation is now.
Fine, although the objective was never to agree, it may provide some insight into our preferences that have been sent out.
Secondly, big name video game soundtracks are never too greatly composed beyond a base pattern that most appear to follow like a path, this is mostly because of industry having shit taste that focuses on profit rather than the purpose of new creation involving instrumental art, (((they))) have almost always had a finger within game business in reference to music. So the same with many other similar professional standards, to the studios who produce the background music to games, music = money.
It is for the point of musical business rather than artistic beauty, which is not the primary goal of these corporations, as it shouldn't be. Furthermost, it is a mere distraction. For the smaller producers, they tend to maintain the sense of musical originality that bigger companies do not.
Where should a newfag composer look to experience the greatest of european music?
Find it out for yourself.
Not sure if you're a fan of Civ4 but it's littered with Bach and Beethoven, that's what first got me interested in classical, and it's got some modern symphonies in there as well for the later eras. Unfortunately it's something I'm still less familiar with than I'd like to be, but depending on how new you are, other composers to look up would be Haydn, Mozart, and Brahms. There's all kinds of symphonies posted on YT all the time. I would just look for the ones that made them renowned the most and work your way down from there if I were someone trying to get into it. Or there might be a chart here and there, but I've found it's easier to start with what's most accessible and work my way deeper than any other way. It's just most natural to me.
Furthermore there's at least a couple artists in the chart in the OP that are from Europe, Justice and Daft Punk (F) being two French House producers, in the spirit of /üb/ you might want to check out Rammstein if you haven't already. Radiohead did a lot to push the boundaries of what's considered rock. It's really a matter of what you're interested in. Please pardon my scattershot approach.>>3670>Fine, although the objective was never to agree, it may provide some insight into our preferences that have been sent out.
Fair enough. If you're looking to see what I'm interested in, it's really more of a breadth, much of which aligning with what /mu/ has been listening to over the years. I suppose they'd call me an entry-level /mu/tant, a step past normiepleb, for all they like to praise one another's tastes.>It is for the point of musical business rather than artistic beauty, which is not the primary goal of these corporations, as it shouldn't be. Furthermost, it is a mere distraction. For the smaller producers, they tend to maintain the sense of musical originality that bigger companies do not.
Certainly, you're usually not going to find something that's cutting edge in a video game; I'd rather listen to Animals as Leaders than the djent that was praised alongside the DOOM reboot in my spare time. Much of OSTs in general are created to accent what's going on in a larger body of work, though. You could say that about a most of them, save for maybe musicals, which aren't really my thing either.
I don't disregard music just on the grounds that it was made by black people, since it's actually one of the things they do that I like, but I have to say I made it to about 4:47 on this and I have to conclude it pretty much sucks. I legitimately can't find anything here that I like and I can't imagine who would recommend this audio-feces or why.
Anyway, here's some actual high-quality nog music if anyone's interested some of these I think are actually on OP's /mu/ list
Aw hell why not. Remeber when life's piece of shit make sure to laugh and sing. A smile and a wave in the right place can change quite alot.
Everyday can be happy day even in the damnedest times. Although it's not always appropriate to do so.
>>3675>but I have to say I made it to about 4:47 on this and I have to conclude it pretty much sucks. I legitimately can't find anything here that I like and I can't imagine who would recommend this audio-feces or why.
I can't tell you how many times I've heard someone say something like that and eventually come around. Try The Money Store.
You're welcome, by the way. You can thank me later.
As any proper metalhead could clearly see, I'm not very well versed in brutality, I just liked the meme idea and the colors (wish Rainbow Explosion had some green in his hair though, the background could be a bit darker as well for a bit less of a stark contrast[?]). Also you should listen to Animals as Leaders if you don't already, they're pretty good, and if some poner comes by and likes metal please post some facemelting albums, I could stand to delve into that genre a bit more. I've heard Opeth is pretty good, but I never could get into them. Maybe I can take another look.
Come to think of it, Dillinger Escape Plan was something I could find agreeable to my tastes back when I listened to a lot of Math Rock, but I was really looking more for something more purely, bleakly, ragefully Metal. Guess I can start there for now, anyway.
Lately I've been listening to Speedcore https://youtu.be/Uux4nEufkNY
Does anyone here know of any good speedcore songs?
No, however Little Dark Age >>3630
is extremely gothic and the sonic embodiment of the rended heart of the White man. It's so white, in fact, that it makes me want to buy eyeliner and move into the Castle of the Two Sisters and marry Limey and get haunted by Flutterbat and take long and lonesome walks in misty graveyards and have questionable relations with her sisters every time I listen to it.
Limey's. Sorry I can't help you with your request but I really hope some anons will take a look at LDA, it's brought a tear to my eye more than once.
Another from the chart, Illinois -- stylized "Illinoise," one of Sufjan Stevens' -- features complex arrangements, an in-depth history of the state in question, Christian themes, the blending of many genres across many songs, lyrics that might as well be poetry, and surprisingly somewhat of a hipster singer-songwriter aesthetic that's not distasteful, at least to me. Rather bittersweet as a whole, this one is, with high highs and a very low low. In case you ever wanted to visit Illinois, listening to the soul of the place ought to do just as well.
Fuck me I love Pinkie Pie.
>>3574https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ia8xqNWa0eY&ab_channel=BuffetBoyshttps://genius.com/Pouya-and-ghostemane-1000-rounds-lyrics>inb4 Nih Nog music
To be fair Jews Stole Poetry and added a jungle beat to it, to give the perception that blacks made something for themselves. that being said Both of these guys are white,From Florida(Floridaman incarnate) and Ghostemane is Very Esoteric,an Example of what im speaking about.>I cannot just see I'm a thief with the secrets>I'm 'bout to recalculate everything>Reincarnated Crowley>Fuck the fame>Fuck the drugs>I'm on Cloud 9>I meditate>Fuck Lavey>You so fake divine>I'll bring you back to life and shoot you in your fucking face>The black mage>Flip the page>While I burn sage
I See Ghostemane as a Reaction to the Modern worlds' Obsession with Materialism, while i dont agree with him spiritually. its refreshing to hear someone not talking about how much money they have and so on.
She's certainly one of a kind.
All those materialistic rappers gloating about their millions are going to feel really stupid in a few decades.>"me gots 20 million in the bank"
So what? What are you going to buy with that, a burger?
Exactly! It gets very repetitive. I'm Not Gonna lie i listen to rap more than a nationalist should(Which is zero% of the time),But to be fair i was born in the 90's when Eminem was Hot Shit. Kinda got addicted to the Beat and the Fag bashing he used to do. Which im sure was part of (((the Plan))) to Get whites hooked on it.
Rap isn't necessarily bad, I mean. Maybe if you can look past the little "wypipo bad" lines they can throw in occasionally, it's actually made way for one of my favorite bands to come into existence. Meaning, Deltron 3030 was one of the precursors to Death Grips, and their early stuff resembled mostly hip hop. Plenty of it can be good for the instrumentals as well. Listened to A Tribe Called Quest and Donuts in my more bluepilled days, not sure how that would hold up now, but Madvillain also has been immortalized as the standard of hipster hop by /mu/ ever since I can remember, I'd say with good reason. Kind of was what made jazz not sound so bad after a couple listens. Take it or leave it.
Oh, and Nujabes was my jam a while back. Made the soundtrack to Samurai Champloo. But that's pretty repetitive by nature, it's what spawned the whole "lofi hip hop beats to study and relax to" genre, in case you were wondering.
What are your favourite Moon Man tracks?
There are so many to choose from, so here's:
Eclipse - Treif
Spook EP - Niggerstein
Black Sun - Hate Engine
KKKhristchurch - Land Down Under
Cyclone C - So Many Queers (Cloud Man)
Black Sun was intended as a follow-up to Eclipse, one of the most notorious albums. I have lost the link to the archive so I'd be grateful if someone were so nice to post it.
Heh, they're all topnotch tunes for killing coons under the full moons, man.
Most of the 2016-19 are the best tracks in quality and thereby within sound style. Although some of the older ones are still great.
Took a couple listens before it clicked but it sounds like it's supposed to be kind of an ironic thing. I was rather confused at first why, instead of it being sonic fashwave A E S T H E T I C S, it was a computer generated voice over a gangsta rap beat.
Anyway, on the general topic of synthwave, the following albums, when listened to cruising through the huwhite suburbs as the sun sets, can be pretty kino.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yergWdn968ohttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7oToD8Nnh0khttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BY8KsQFmyUM
Com Truise is good. Years ago a friend of mine played Controlpop and I really liked it. It always stuck with me as a comfy summer tune. Recently I decided it was time to go through his discography. I'm liking it so far. Cyanide Sisters EP is really good. Slow Peels is my favorite tune tied with Controlpop.