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Submit to The Musikians' 25th album!

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nice link


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Dopplereffekt – Cellular Automata (2017)
>Techno, Electro


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So is this site completely separate from 4chan?


Basically yeah

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What do you listen to when you want to get your groove on?

Funk, soul, bleeps, latin, whatever…


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For dancing, I mainly dig dubstep, electro house, bass house, glitch hop and electro swing. I listen to a lot of styles though and even like it when tracks go multi-style.

Some favorites are: Varien, Dodge & Fuski, Habstrakt, Skism, xKore, TheFatRat, Haywyre, Au5, Far Too Loud, Laszlo, Madeon, Nitro Fun, Pegboard Nerds, Rezonate, Stephen Walking, Wilkinson, Rotersand, Caravan Palace, Fox Stevenson, Stan SB, Feed Me, Apoptygma Berzerk, Ephixa and The Orb.

>mfw listening to Habstrakt remixing Feed Me


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Opinions of Automaton?

Not a fan tbh


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experimenting with musikchan edition


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Lyrics thread


Soon the chain reaction started in the parking lot, waiting to bleed on the BIG streets that bleed out on the HIGHways, and off to other cities built to store and sell these rocks, well aren't you feeling really dirty sitting in the parking lot, waiting to bleed on the BIG streets that bleed out on the HIGHways, and off to other cities built to make and store these rocks, well aren't you feeling real dirty sitting in your car with nothing, waiting to bleed on the BIG streets that bleed out on the HIGHways, and off to other cities built to store and sell this nothing






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Post old(er) videos of performances
The Electric Flag Michael Bloomfield "Over Lovin' You" Live at Monterey


The Shadow Ring 'Stella Drive' live 1997


Bluetile Lounge - The Weight (and the Sea) (Live)
Codeine live at TT The Bears 1993 (entire set)
Cap'n Jazz (live) - July 10th, 1995, Daily Grind, Kansas City, MO


Kevin Coyne - House On The Hill (live1973)
Kevin Coyne - The world is full of fools (live 1979)

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/mu/ recently made this chart. What do you think of it? What albums would or wouldn't you recommend? What albums would you take off the list or put on?

Some of the choices kind of baffle me, like that Rudimentary Peni album is just a regular punk album- it's not even as raw as the other RP albums I've heard, even if it is pretty repetitive and has a loop of the phrase "papas adrianus" playing in the background throughout the album (probably why it's on there). The Naked City album is normal by their standards as well.

It's too bad they didn't put a recording of Morton Feldman's second string quartet on here. It's a 6 hour long piece that doesn't even just happen to be 6 hours, but was written as an exploration of what a string quartet's structure would become if it was extended to a crazy length, or some shit like that.

Satie's Vexations should also be on the list, well, unless (most likely) there isn't a complete recording of it. It's unclear, but the piece's instructions may suggest it was intended to be played 840 times over. This would make it a very repetitive, ~18 hour long piece. It's been played too

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Anyone into private press albums? I figure I should start collecting some obscure records and tapes I find at goodwills and wherever, I've been really digging a ton of stuff on this list. What have you heard on the list? What would or wouldn't you recommend?


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>An accident would happen to anyone saying there's no such thing as evil. Well tell it to the self centered man. Make sure the woman understands she says there's no such thing as love…






"you're so baby" - donnie and joe

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>wizard rock


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>Drone Metal


this one made me literally lol


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My music listening new years resolution this year was to listen to all of the Frank Zappa albums that were released during his lifetime.

As I write this post, I am currently listening to Joe's Garage. It has been amazing to see the transformation of his music from the first releases until now while maintaining a coherency over the whole body of work.

What are your favorite Zappa albums and songs?

Are any of the posthumous albums worth checking out?

What is with Frank's obsession with sexual deviants?
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Today I finished listening to You Are What You Is. I felt that this was his most 'classical' of all of the albums thus far. It was not because of the genre of the music, or the timbres used, actually it was pretty straight forward pop rock in that regard. What made it 'classical' was the careful details in the arranging and the surprising ways that sections of music may be prolonged.

Lyrically, it still spends much of its time on sexual deviance, which to me does not seem like parody anymore, but an explicit statement of Zappa's preferences. Zappa also spends some time lambasting religion in a way that may have been novel at the time, but is pretty tame by today's standards.

None of the songs on this album are instant favorites for me, but they are all high quality. There are very few sections of improvised material.

I would give this album an 8/10 and recommend it for anyone interested in Zappa.


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Today I listened to Francesco Zappa. Recently I had been getting to the point in his discography where he was beginning to make orchestral albums more frequently. Honestly those have been putting me to sleep. I thought this album was going to be one of those, but it was something quite different.

Apparently Frank heard that there was a baroque composer with a similar name, Francesco Zappa. It turned out that Francesco's work was pretty good, but only existed in the dusty archives of a college library. So, he decided to publish the work and make a recording of it.

This album is the baroque music of Francesco Zappa arranged on a synclavier. I have always enjoyed baroque music, especially some of the less popular stuff as it can be a bit surprising. Francesco Zappa's music is quite nicely written and the synclavier orchestration gives it a bit of a 'Switched on Bach' feel. As of recent this has been one of my more enjoyable Zappa listens. I might even put this on again later while I am relaxing at home.


This >>31294 is a good starting point, but if you're on the fence about his humor, Hot Rats is also a great place to dive in.

Lather is posthumous, long but has some great shit on it


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Today I got around to Jazz From Hell. This is the third synclavier heavy album in a row and the synclavier is beginning to get on my nerves. I also noticed that there are a lot of live albums towards the end of his discography. I am skipping those.

I would be curious to know if any of the people who are into more experimental music have ever listened to Jazz From Hell or Does Humor Belong In Music. Jazz from hell is especially "experimental" and has a proto-IDM feel about it.

>Jazz From Hell


>Lather is posthumous, long but has some great shit on it

I'll give it a shot. By now I am getting pretty tired of his music in general. Most of his late discography seems to be focused on his more classical side, which so far I dont find that interesting. If I check out the posthumous works, I hope they will be more in the vein of rock or showtunes.


I finally made it to Yellow Shark.

I was not terribly impressed by it. There is a famous story about the Argentinian composer, Astor Piazzolla, that illustrates my feelings about Zappa's classical works.

Piazzolla played in a tango band, but also wanted to be a composer. The most influential composer of his youth was Stravinsky and he wrote many pieces influenced by the works of Stravinsky. At some point he went to study with Nadia Boulanger, the most famous music teacher of that time. She looked at his Stravinsky inspired works and found them pretty dull. He eventually told her about his tango band and she asked him to play her some of that music. Upon hearing his original tango music, she told him that this is where his genius lies and that this should be his focus.

I think that Zappa's classical music is similar. Without his interest in classical music, he would not have made all of the awesome rock music that he did. However, his genius did not lie in classical music, it was in rock music and that is where his focus should have remained.

I find the end of his discography to be fairly boring. It contains many live albums, classical albums, and "experimental" albums. I much prefer the more straightforward rock albums.

also, the music of Piazzolla is work checking out


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Post what you're listening to
Recommend new music to others
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A lot of AC/DC noobs listen to Back in Black and Highway to Hell and then decide to venture further into the Brian Johnson lead albums. This is only logical since they are newer and since he lead Back in Black which is by far their most popular album. The Bon Scott lead albums, however, tend to be a more enjoyable listen and more authentic. Instead of stopping at Highway to Hell, keep going backwards and listen to Let There Be Rock, Powerage, TNT, and Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap.


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Pretty cool stuff


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Enjoying this alot
quite dark though


Grieg - Piano Concerto

Probably my favorite piano concerto along with the Tchaikovsky


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