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Pretty straightforward, talk about music!

No. 152 [Reply]

I assume anons that would come to this site must like ambience in music, too? Nothing beats shutting your eyes and getting lost in ethereal soundscapes, and temporarily escaping from the world into a place where time doesn't exist.
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Nightwave Plaza


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This is one of the last places i expected to see submachine pop up. Those are some nice games



idk what it is about op's song but it makes me soooo happy

No. 25 [Reply]

What are some good, long songs? I know I enjoy spacing out to songs that build and progress over a long time while I'm working. Whether it's an album with seamless transitions or just a long-ass song, I want to hear what your favorites are.

I feel like the 3 minutes and change for a track and then on to a brand new song can get a bit jarring and distracting sometimes

I know Pink Floyd and King Crimson are good bands for that, and I like X Japan's 'Art of Life' and Dire Straits 'Telegraph Road' as other examples of longer songs I like
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I don't listen to long music as much as I probably should because I'm a very impatient person.

That said, when I do end up listening to the longer ones they immerse me much more than shorter songs into a certain mood.
I don't really just sit there and listen to short songs, they accompany my doing other things.
Longer songs will sink me into them though, it's a really nice feeling.


you might like this gira side project which is pure drone. probably one of my favorites of his


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I love long songs too. They're kind of trance inducing.

As for recommendations:
The Doors- The End
The Velvet Underground- Sister Ray (also check out the live version, it's even longer)
1983… (A Merman I Should Turn to Be)
Abbey Road side 2
The Kilimanjaro Jazz Ensemble- Lead Squid
Anything by Myrrors if you like psych rock
Wooden Wand & the World War IV- Our Father the Monster (highly recommended)

Also not sure if it's your thing, but I really enjoy long international music. Sitar pieces by Ravi Shankar, Djivan Gasparyan (Pangea is a good mixed album), Naseer Shamma (Hadatha fi al 'Amiriyya is great) etc.

That's all I can think of off the top of my head.


you are like a little baby watch this

follow the smoke towards the riff filled land my guy.


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what do you guys think of our band's first single?


Nice, chill stuff. Love it. Which instrument do you play, if you don't mind me asking ? Any other material coming soon ?


Bass guitar. yep, plenty. we have about 10 songs ready for release, another 10 need to be recorded, gonna be spacing it all out over time. I'll post it here if youd like when it comes out. I'd imagine this thread will still be here.
Glad you liked it!

No. 147 [Reply]

What are some of your favorite video game intro themes? I'd have to say Killer Instinct is definitely in my top list.


not the intro, but from the trailer of Nongünz


does this count?


Yes, that counts. I love playing Duke Nukem 3D.


I can't wait for the remastered versions of Shenmue 1 & 2, then finally getting my hands on Shenmue 3 once it comes out.


No. 131 [Reply]

Post music to die to.
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[X] : Let go.


this but unironically tbqhwyf senpai




No. 32 [Reply]

Post sad music, depressive music, emotional music, no matter the genre, how well known they are or anything else.
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I always cry to this old and forgotten song




80s post punk is the best genre for sad music. There's so many unique sounds


No. 112 [Reply]

Post your favorite J-Pop or other Japanese music.
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how have I not heard this! amazing!!


Oh I love Etsuko Yakushimaru's music. Especially her solo work but Soutaiseiriron is great too.

Shinsei kamattechan is incredible, they're quite obscure in the west but seem to be really popular in japan, they recently made the ending song for such a mainstream anime as attack on titan (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wKzwrJQIk08).

Their older music is better though, tsumanne (the album I posted) is top 10 tier.



Usually don't care for shoegaze but this song is really pretty!


No. 187 [Reply]

Late 80s-early 90s acid house thread. Stuff like Madchester is fine too.


reminds me of this, but im pretty sure this isnt acid house


I don't have anything to contribute but that's a jamming track, I'll have to look into this genre.




Last one was more just in-general 80s house but this one is actually more acid-related.

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let's talk about jazz.

these days i mostly listen to '60s avant-garde & spiritual jazz, but i just started reading "Footprints", the biography on Wayne Shorter, and I've been rediscovering his discography while I read through it. He's quickly becoming one of my favorite personalities in jazz.
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very nice anon



One of my favorite Jazz records. It's a great entry point for fans for Rock, Metal and experimental music.


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