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I found a great eleven year old music review website a few weeks ago and they have published reviews (a "menu") every full moon since 1996.

And ofcourse the when i go on it today (a full moon) they have annonounced a "permanent vacation". Just my luck



This looks interesting, I'm definitely going to check the music on here out.

Tough luck though OP, damn…

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I've had the flu for the last half week, and while you'd think being bedridden would be a prime music listening opportunity, I haven't felt like listening to anything, and the one time I did think about listening to music I was just feeling like maybe a little radio.

Is this relatable? Does being sick drain the desire to focus on music (or maybe anything) out of you?


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being ill is definitely not I time for listening to music, it's far too disorienting.

speaking of things putting you off music, I've been addicted to a local comedians podcast which is great and has bumped off a lot of my music listening time. Has any musikians experienced this aswell?


No, not really, sick or not, I'm still listening to music.

I do however, cut the amount of time I listen, but that's because I get tired real fast when I'm sick.


Yeah, I used to like LPs a lot and that totally took away from my listening time


Depends on whether I have a headache or not. Bass in music becomes painful whenever I have a headache... and my speakers & headphones are beefy in bass.


It's not based on sickness for me but mood generally speaking

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What's my name?

...It's baby, ain't it?



I'm not sure why I made this thread, probably just for quoting/singing/yelling random lyrics



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Happy 2017 from The Musikians!

To celebrate the new year, here we present to you: uploaded two tracks! Wrap yourself up in a blanket, get some hot coco and enjoy the 74 minutes and 2 seconds of wonderful music spread over 21 tracks! It will be like the cherry on top of the pie for your holidays.

Download the album:


Soon to be on Spotify, iTunes, Amazon Music and etc as always! Plus our YouTube channel will finally be updated again too!


uploaded to distrokid

should be on all of the streaming services in a few days



When's the thread for the 25th album coming? :)


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What do you guys think about Painting With? My Animal Collective exposure has been only MPP and i'm really getting into this album.

On a specific album I love the technique in which one vocalist sings the lyrics and another 'echoes' it; it's really great in "Summing the Wretch" where the echo is placed just a bit later than expected creating an awesome offbeat funky-ness.


I'm going to listen to this soon, I'll share my thoughts on it after I do


i found this amazing drum cover of The Burgulars i thought I'd share

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Just post sad and/or pretty albums and shit that were able to make your cold hearts crack.
One in particular that did that to me was A Boy by Doji Morita. I'm surprised it's so unpopular.


Antlers - Hospice made me baww like a baby when I first heard it


hey there, let's have a vapor music related thread and enjoy the vibes!


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One of the best of them all


Heck I accidentally didn't put the link


I post this every year around Christmas. So in keeping with that tradition, here is Christmas Shoes.

Post some more Christmas songs
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heard this pretty tight version of carol of the bells while visiting my mom


I'm not much of a Christmas songs guy, but I made this last year


Since he died a few weeks ago.


merry crimbo lads


murr christmas

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Oh my god has anyone posted on here for a week?
Well anyways, anyone who wants to join in, let's have a discussion about extreme music.

>What made you seek it out?
>How much of it can you listen to before being overwhelmed?
>Have you tried incorporating elements of it into your own music?
>Why is it that so many of the extreme style, despite working together very very well, see so little crossover?

As for myself, the answers would go
>Curiosity w/ a bit of angst
>I can't listen to more than just an album on it's intended volume per day
>I've tried playing some, but when I wanted to do extreme stuff I tried to make up my own ways.
>I seriously don't understand.

Extreme music I would classify as the stuff that has generally loud and abrasive sounds making up it's majority.


Ehh activity waxes and wanes on here I wouldn't worry too much about it.

>What made you seek it out?
Wanted to hear something novel and experimental. I like getting tasters of this kind of stuff to expand my ear but it's not something I often revisit.

>How much of it can you listen to before being overwhelmed?
Not much on record but in a live environment for however long I want to. Perfect example is Acid Mother's Temple who I would struggle to get through an album of but could listen to them play live all day.

>Have you tried incorporating elements of it into your own music?
I think disharmony, tension and release plays a role in any persons music. I definitely think listening to harsher music has led to greater contrasts in tone in my stuff, but I guess I have yet to go 'full retard' with it.

>...see so little crossover?
I don't really understand what you mean.

Link related: too harsh for me but very interesting sounding. 1/2


Link also related: pop elements and harsh elements balance one another, create a sound that is pleasing to me and satisfyingly strange. 2/2


Why is it that music that has "generally loud and abrasive sounds" considered extreme? I wonder how others think "extreme" could be defined as far as music goes. By that definition though, I guess I don't listen to much extreme music. I listen to a lot of inaccessible stuff, dissonant stuff, and noisy stuff, but nothing that emphasizes harshness


That's a good definition, and I would agree that dissonant and noisy doesn't define it.
But yes I mean the stuff that emphasizes being abrasive.
Extreme Metal, Extreme Punk, noise, stuff like early swans.
come to think of it I can't think of any electronic extreme genres.

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