I Should Have Said "feel Free To Find Joy Division Boring"
heh but seems like I even got somewhere with Nirvana. I was going to cite "Aneurysm" (from Incesticide) which I think is their best song, but there's plenty of other good examples. Just because some progressive metal / post-metal / post-whatever bands have developed song structure to impressively cinematic levels, doesn't mean the rock music format is done creatively.
Thanks for the Rosetta reccomendation, about to check it out (unfortunately not while mapping, or not yet anyway). I've probably spammed my love of Texas songwriter Townes van Zandt here many times before, but check out the song "Nothin" it's two minutes. "Being born is going blind."
Aphex Twin - Rhubarb Orc. 19.53 (reversed Back)
Aphex Twin - Korg Funk 5 [Audio]
Old Man Saxon
3 years, dude still has no label dafuq up with hiphop sleeping on this?
Hard Techno For You.
An Instumental Cover I Did
I think I could tolerate that ;)
New NIN EP Is Great
Hate track 4 "Not Anymore" (and I hate very few NiN songs) but obsessed with track 5 "The Background World"
Here's track 3 https://youtu.be/_g8nAqDu3gI
It Has Arrived
New tracks for every major release since 94.
What A Badly Done Website
Yes I've listened to the new NIN EP several times I like it, looking forward to Trent's next LP. And what he does with the film score dude (Atticus Ross is it?) does not count. Same goes for Amon Tobin who released a good EP recently, stop fucking around with that UK garage hiphop GARBAGE (Two Fingers) and make a proper album.
Then I went back and listened to Downward Spiral... hmmm I miss old Trent.
Aphex Twin... just what I needed to fill my day, another 13 versions of Ventolin.
Atticus Ross is very much a part of NIN since "With Teeth." And his score for Book of Eli is pretty damn cool.
Two Fingers is fine by me. But yes, I prefer his other projects.
The new EP is awesome! Finally a NIN release (well, Ghosts excepted but it's a special case) that somewhat departs from the formula that Reznor has sticked to since [With_Teeth]. Track #1 is the weakest IMHO, as it is classic NIN with absolutely nothing new, but the rest is DA BOMB! I do like Not Anymore. It's weird and me likey weird. And The Background World is possibly his best work since Year Zero.
It's growing on me. I've only listened to it a couple of times. Have you heard the tracks they just did for "Before the Flood?" Very good. https://play.google.com/music/m/Baftkgfqqgtjnh34ucstrckiz7a?t=Before_the_Flood_Music_from_the_Motion_Picture_-_Various_Artists
Check out "8 Billion."
Apparently this is the most unpredictable band out of Scandinavia. I'm hugely late to the party on this one.
"Rolling Stone" from "The Assassination of Julius Caesar" confirms what I've long suspected: the 80's never actually ended.
They haven't. There's been a ton of 80s revival bands for quite a while now, ranging from Post-Punk to Gothic rock to Disco. Ulver's latest is probably one of their very best and it's an amazing Synthpop album to boot.
It's A Great Album
The two hit punch of So Falls The World followed by Southern Gothic has been on my mind for many months now.
Nope, I'll check that, thanks for the heads-up. BTW, I've just learned about The Fragile: Deviations 1
that was released last year. I need to buy that.
I put my track from jam9 up on YT here
if you'd like to listen to it. The mp3 is linked in the description or you can grab it from the pack in the music folder (track128). This track goes way back to 1999. Made with Sony Acid and using all samples. This is a longer version with much more texture to it and mixed for Quake. Headphones recommended. If anyone wants a uncompressed or FLAC version I am happy to give you those. Just need to render them out. Enjoy. I consider it "dark ambient" and inspired by a few of the less melodic tracks in Quake.
yes, pls make/post HD/flac version, thanks
Will do this evening and post a link here.