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Post sad music, depressive music, emotional music, no matter the genre, how well known they are or anything else.

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i don't know whether to thank or hate you for this dump

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What do you mean?

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Because the music made me feel sad, in a good way though.

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Thank you for those, I've never really gotten into jazz.

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sparse, oldschool grime instrumentals really get me going. There is a lot of room in the music to explore; it's like a frame for your thoughts.

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A coming track about the Summer Forest celebrating its life, and lamenting its past and coming death. Chant starts about 0:55:

"In the dark rain, the grey mountains sing
A sad song of Winter. and the howling wind.
Visions of the past, in the haunting dreams
Under the dead sky, under the withered trees."

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Not inherently sad, but still.

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One of my favorite albums of all time.

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I like songs like this where it flips between sounding happy and sad. It's a strangely pleasant feeling of bittersweetness.

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Reminds me of this.
Also this >>96.

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Aaand this.

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I love Nick Drake, have you ever listened to his mom?

Beautiful

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I didn't know about her, thank you for sharing! I might just be imagining it but I can see how their style is a little similar despite the dissimilar genres. I think it's really cool when members of the same family are semi-successful artists, it reminds of how almost everyone in my family plays an instrument.

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Everything Sparklehorse. Not sure how well he would be around here, but a fantastic artist. His music was very melancholy.

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Here's another, it's from a collab with Radiohead. A fantastic cover or Wish You Were Here. The video is also worth a watch.

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i love sparklehorse. the production is top notch and i just love his voice. his louder tracks are real bangers (piano fire, king of nails)

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This song always gets to me but the third part is what really does it for some reason.
>I was a dam builder
>Across the river deep and wide
>Where steel and water did collide
>A place called Boulder on the wild Colorado
>I slipped and fell into the wet concrete below
>They buried me in that great tomb that knows no sound
>But I am still around
>I'll always be around, and around and around and around and around…

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quak

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I always cry to this old and forgotten song

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