/daily/ - unpopular popular opinion edition

Camden Ward
Camden Ward

The point of these threads is to encourage people to look for new and interesting music. We do this by listening to and ideally discussing albums we've never heard before. Many of us already listen to new music daily, these people are in it to venture "out of their comfort zone" by listening to albums they otherwise wouldn't have, or just to have a good time.

make charts
https://www.neverendingchartrendering.org/

listen to tunes
https://plug.dj/sdc-room-3-the-sequel

listenalong schedules, OP pics, etc.
http://daily-mu.blogspot.com/p/welcome.html

Previously on /daily/: /mu/thread/76248638#p76248638

All urls found in this thread:
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https://plug.dj/sdc-room-3-the-sequel
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https://rateyourmusic.com/find/userchart?usernames=Adrianovaz2007,aqam,TheHeroSteve,regency,Blapp,borzoi,Mart1n26,caviarrr,chriggy,mittbarns,CometOnABus,NeuEye,Dams_jans,DiscordantJangle,bksbeat,vDrop,Dogevillage,bksbeat,pordish,Eruditey,echandl2,Kalain,FollowingLeader,FlyingIceWizard,hamishtarah,StuffRodHeardAfterAugust,daschial,Mecoptera,herb_guy,HeyAnonAccount,huit,I_AM_FISH,eamonntheblade,Jangle_Bojangle,Jenkins_Webster,Jimbon,Jim_Jazz,fourthofjulie,Wata,karenin,JackAnderson94,agent_scully,hibakushyo,Luusydhitee,Clavietika,TEthearbiter,Montie_Ray,Mimrelund,_natkingcole_,Youraei,nightcruiser,Crawling_Chaos,oneothe,vApOrzfuok,fugitivus,virgosupercluster,Bogler,ricebeansandegg,migosandmingus,smurmelade,Hotel_Trivago,sobbing,ngolokante,sshx,stick_,plherrera,heimo,Magus_The_Sexy,theSoundfreq,turtlesforbreakfast,LoveofLife,trianglecubed,yer,minermonster,woolite123,zzane,Accelerando_
https://rateyourmusic.com/~roezlf
https://rateyourmusic.com/list/bulinger96/erics-top-10-favorite-films/
https://rateyourmusic.com/release/album/baby-huey/another-story-the-lost-recordings/
https://rateyourmusic.com/release/album/baby-huey/another-story-the-lost-recordings/
http://supforums.com/thread/72838764/music/daily-hot-moms-edition.html
https://youtu.be/fiunX4MuU-A
https://rateyourmusic.com/release/album/pxp/while_p__print___x_p___/
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https://mega.nz/#!dUIy0LxJ!T50K5V6HBm-qQMdDsy-zspQLRz0b-rCQeM0hXHRT1tQ
https://mega.nz/#!AFAD1azJ!ab0z6DzB1oxfsh_0nTPwXDoPI1_LfaP5r6ug3TznnNI
https://rateyourmusic.com/~caviarrr
https://rateyourmusic.com/release/comp/various_artists_f2/the_complete_10_inch_series_from_cold_blue/
https://rateyourmusic.com/list/I_AM_FISH/_daily-rym-users/
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https://youtu.be/zfXjTXAK6Ho
https://youtu.be/Q_VY9Wki5lU
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4IKddfxkDWk
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bvD0E6LRE5Q
https://rateyourmusic.com/release/comp/various-artists/warfaring-strangers-acid-nightmares/
https://rateyourmusic.com/release/album/swans/deliquescence/
Evan Allen
Evan Allen

second

Daniel Mitchell
Daniel Mitchell

why'd you delete the last one?

made a /daily/ user chart. It's mostly what you'd expect:

https://rateyourmusic.com/find/userchart?usernames=Adrianovaz2007,aqam,TheHeroSteve,regency,Blapp,borzoi,Mart1n26,caviarrr,chriggy,mittbarns,CometOnABus,NeuEye,Dams_jans,DiscordantJangle,bksbeat,vDrop,Dogevillage,bksbeat,pordish,Eruditey,echandl2,Kalain,FollowingLeader,FlyingIceWizard,hamishtarah,StuffRodHeardAfterAugust,daschial,Mecoptera,herb_guy,HeyAnonAccount,huit,I_AM_FISH,eamonntheblade,Jangle_Bojangle,Jenkins_Webster,Jimbon,Jim_Jazz,fourthofjulie,Wata,karenin,JackAnderson94,agent_scully,hibakushyo,Luusydhitee,Clavietika,TEthearbiter,Montie_Ray,Mimrelund,_natkingcole_,Youraei,nightcruiser,Crawling_Chaos,oneothe,vApOrzfuok,fugitivus,virgosupercluster,Bogler,ricebeansandegg,migosandmingus,smurmelade,Hotel_Trivago,sobbing,ngolokante,sshx,stick_,plherrera,heimo,Magus_The_Sexy,theSoundfreq,turtlesforbreakfast,LoveofLife,trianglecubed,yer,minermonster,woolite123,zzane,Accelerando_

considered removing some people since not everyone here is relevant but I don't think it'd be that different anyways

Xavier Russell
Xavier Russell

@ fish boy
my rym is https://rateyourmusic.com/~roezlf by the way

Nicholas Murphy
Nicholas Murphy

didn't have "/daily/" in the subject

Michael Evans
Michael Evans

https://rateyourmusic.com/list/bulinger96/erics-top-10-favorite-films/

rank these

Zachary Cooper
Zachary Cooper

film
good
wow

Aiden Nguyen
Aiden Nguyen

how's fight club supposed to be interpreted

Christopher Morgan
Christopher Morgan

2001
memento
kiki
blade runner
fight club
tron

haven't seen the rest

Austin Howard
Austin Howard

masculinity is a prison and tyler durden is full of shit

Joshua Stewart
Joshua Stewart

i like kiki

Blake Evans
Blake Evans

no synecdoche

Nathaniel Garcia
Nathaniel Garcia

Here is some stuff I gave an 8 or higher to in the last month.

Lincoln Clark
Lincoln Clark

Did you know that there was a Baby Huey archival released last month?
https://rateyourmusic.com/release/album/baby-huey/another-story-the-lost-recordings/

Have you watched the original Blade Runner yet?
You should check out Solaris if you like 2001 that much, that's it's most well known counterpart.

John Carter
John Carter

https://rateyourmusic.com/release/album/baby-huey/another-story-the-lost-recordings/
rhino records
excitement rises

Zachary Lewis
Zachary Lewis

wait fuck I missed one

Nolan Rodriguez
Nolan Rodriguez

I've only watched it 2 out of the minimum 5 times needed to get an emotional response from it. I get why it's amazing i just need to convince myself.

original blade runner is fine

Parker Hughes
Parker Hughes

Like a Rolling Stone cover

Caleb Mitchell
Caleb Mitchell

>>76274881
haha why did you post this?

Samuel Fisher
Samuel Fisher

oh im a high nigger i didnt even read this right, deleting

Leo Myers
Leo Myers

wew

Evan Young
Evan Young

added

oh

woah two movies from this year

no James Cameron movies

Nolan Rivera
Nolan Rivera

user from last thread. I still don't think /daily/'s rating system matters and that you're all wasting your fucking time.

How the fuck am I supposed to interpret these ratings? HOW?

Grayson Smith
Grayson Smith

i was ~agent_scully
((by the way))
that account doesnt have rates anymore so it wouldnt help for chart

Kevin Martin
Kevin Martin

epic

Colton Hall
Colton Hall

my rating system is perfect. Literally name one problem with it. I am a genious.

Daniel Rivera
Daniel Rivera

i mean that's clearly a meme becuase fish is a meme

Luke Edwards
Luke Edwards

hey ur still dumb

Ryder Jackson
Ryder Jackson

Today has been a pretty good day for music listening

Tom Waits - Swordfishtrombones
Theres about 3 slow songs on here that don't do much for me, but for the most part, Tom is in very good form. Has a nice balance of "songs", "vignettes" and "poems" and there are a few real bangers on here. A very good companion to Rain Dogs.

Ryoji Ikeda - Dataplex
A pretty mind-melting electronic album, unlike anything I've ever heard before. Sounds like your brain getting taken over by a computer program, but the computer program is actually pretty good at making beats sometimes.

Amnesia Scanner - AS
I left this running while I did some math homework and I didn't get bored after like 3 times through the whole thing. Dense, emotional, and very well produced. Excellent use of vocal samples on Chingy and Atlas


idk if i'm important enough for a /daily/ list but my rym is ~theskaa if u wanna add that

Caleb Adams
Caleb Adams

I won't need another (You) for the next 3 threads thank you kind sir

Jeremiah Cruz
Jeremiah Cruz

Astral Disaster sessions by Coil releasing in January
Get hype

Carson Mitchell
Carson Mitchell

I am reading over this system and reveling in how smart I am thank you user. My new profile is impeccably formatted.

yeah I'll add you. 100% agree on Dataplex btw. I'm curious what you're gonna think of Roxy/Elsewhere.

*tips post*

Jaxon Barnes
Jaxon Barnes

Added you both, drone my 5's nerds

Are you wearing that sweater right now

Jack Foster
Jack Foster

I played age of empires ii for five hours today wtf

check ur snap

Robert Edwards
Robert Edwards

fuggggggg ;^)

Ryan Kelly
Ryan Kelly

wait till he sees jimmy jazz's rating system

angry user might implode

Jace Morales
Jace Morales

@rod look at this pic

there's a vid of pigs getting electrocuted in this vid dont' watch

Parker Mitchell
Parker Mitchell

http://supforums.com/thread/72838764/music/daily-hot-moms-edition.html
i can't believe you guys used to post on a forum smdh

we calling them angry user now? can't wait for their redemption arc, where they eventually don a trip

Grayson Martin
Grayson Martin

wtf

Andrew Barnes
Andrew Barnes

:8(

I bet he secretly makes backlog charts and scores albums

Nathaniel Brown
Nathaniel Brown

I was really hoping that too, everyone loves a good tsundere

Cooper Rodriguez
Cooper Rodriguez

ive heard all of ur fives, nerd!

Carson Russell
Carson Russell

drone my 4.5s nerd

Tyler Rivera
Tyler Rivera

Good to see Spiderland is still first

Still weird to see Remain in Light and Deceit so high up. Literally who-tier in terms of discussion here

Wishlisted most of that

Eager to hear Helios Quartet's take on the Constructions. Also, checking your wishlist: I think you'll really enjoy Gesang der Jüngling

Ian Lopez
Ian Lopez

Still weird to see Remain in Light and Deceit so high up
???
Remain in Light gets a ton more discussion on here than half the albums on that list

Thomas Anderson
Thomas Anderson

https://youtu.be/fiunX4MuU-A
this will never not be funny to me

I thought they + Madvillainy were especially odd

Lincoln Perez
Lincoln Perez

a soft and "passionate" young male lead singer is an instant off button for any band

Kayden Morales
Kayden Morales

R u redpilled

Cooper Harris
Cooper Harris

no that's me

Charles Lopez
Charles Lopez

it was close but I'm gonna give it to accel this time gj friend!

Caleb Reyes
Caleb Reyes

Really? I thought only hampy liked it that much?

Parker Martinez
Parker Martinez

hoorrah
next recc is Won James Won - Prozrachnik

Matthew Robinson
Matthew Robinson

Good morning, /daily/.

/mu/thread/76248638#p76273832
It is actually amazing.

There is a lot of good stuff on this chart. Enjoy.

Justin Mitchell
Justin Mitchell

afternoon all,

think i'm finna watch kiki's delivery service

still have a scar on my chin from the time my mom slashed me with an age of empires 2: the conqueror's expansion CD after i played it for more than 2 hours on a school night :(

Nathan Bennett
Nathan Bennett

i dont know, i just think it sounds fucking weak and tryhard

Samuel Flores
Samuel Flores

yo wtf for real?

Leo Gutierrez
Leo Gutierrez

she tried to snap the CD but it was a lot harder than she expected and when it finally broke her arm swung out and the jagged edge ripped out a chunk of my chin.

was worth it though desu cause i'd just finished destroying my buddy's army of teutonic knights with an enormous cluster of scorpions. and she obviously didn't release that you only needed the CD to install, not to play :D

Charles Hughes
Charles Hughes

Hey /daily/, long time no see! Been pretty busy lately and unable to post. I finally moved out of the suburbs and near the city so I've actually had shit to do this fall. Been trying to do a lot of writing and look for a new job lately too which has eaten up a lot of my time. Would've posted earlier.... but it took me about a week to remember my damn trip yikes.

How's everyone doing? Catch me up on all the shit I missed here.

Also, here's some shit I've been jamming to lately. I've been flipping between reggae, folk and some bigger name "classic" albums I still haven't gotten around to. Not so much hip-hop for whatever reason but w/e I guess

Robert Cook
Robert Cook

Definitely the best I've heard of Flatlander (and most aligned with my taste), he's extremely pronounced on this album. Slower like Exmilitary, but spells its ideas out in an easier and exciting fashion-- even when it doesn't match the fury of Bottomless Pit. Imma have to think about this more.

and yeah Whatever I Want is good, but at that point flatlander had basically turned into daniel lopatin

Blake Rivera
Blake Rivera

I should be asleep but I'm gonna piss some people off real quick

Denzel Curry - Imperial
Killer. One of the greatest modern hip-hop releases that holds its own against its predecessors and destroys what most claim to be classics. Nearly zero downtime, all energy, consistent "bangers". Hear this.
9

Sam Rivers - Streams
Consistent quality and consistently inconsistent. Not a track here feels as if its being performed by the same people. The titles of the tracks sum it up just fine as if to say "this is the one with sax" and "this is the one with flute". Build-up can on occasion feel dragging but the payoff is immense. Versatile and fun.
8

Life Without Buildings - Live at the Annandale Hotel
Even though I feel as if most of these songs were /meant/ to be in a live setting like this, I don't think they really built upon that premise. I really enjoyed the added non-album material + great banter, but even the one worthwhile indie + post-punk band ever can fumble if they don't add much at all to their original recordings.
7

Clube da Esquina
As someone who is a self-proclaimed huge fan of this genre and some of the musicians appearing on this album, this release continues to confuse me. While I really enjoy how it shows so many faces of MPB and demonstrating just how many paths this genre can take you down, it's extremely inconsistent. I could only describe about half of the tracks on this double album as even good, and even fewer as great. I really want to understand why people continue to say this album is THE essential MPB record, but I haven't found the reason yet.
6

1/2

Luis Cox
Luis Cox

Henry Cowell - Piano Music
Seeing this music be performed live is insane. This man adds a physicality that breathes new life into this instrument like few other composers or musicians ever. That begin said, not all of this is particularly enjoyable. In fact, it often feels like a half-complete piano piece half-child banging on bass clef notes.
6

Jens Lekman - Maple Leaves
I won't deny that the title track is one of the best in the entire "Indie" genre, but the rest of the songs don't do it for me. Even when hearing "Oh You're So Silent Jens" I thought most of the other four tracks here were pretty worthless or not worth mentioning. Though, I could see how I'd think differently had I still been going through my indie phase.
5

Yo La Tengo - I Can Hear the Heart Beating as One
First album of my tourney and it's a semi-pan lmao. This is an album I feel like I "get" 100%, but don't necissarily enjoy. Similar to my evaluation on Jens Lekman, had I discovered Yo La Tengo in high school or perhaps even earlier I would've loved this. It's a lot more playful, fun, and less sentimental than some accolades/tags would suggest, but a good majority of the "dreamy" substance doesn't make it a worthwhile listen for me.
5

The Pillows - FLCL Original Sound Track No. 3
A perfect example of a soundtrack being incorporated perfectly into a show, but not being anything special by itself. I love "Little Busters", "Hybrid Rainbow", and "Last Ride on Shooting Star", but I feel like this soundtrack and band in general are overrated for their connection to a fantastic show. I can't stress enough that these songs are great as background music for a spastic, high energy show, but not really a step above, say, a mediocre Weezer album.
4

what next?

Austin Lewis
Austin Lewis

not just doing a knight rush literally every game
do u hate winning?

Nah but for real I just rediscovered the game with some of my college friend. Really fun to play with others.

hey man!

I'm doing great, glad to see you're back and I hope u post more <333

some user posted some bullshit like "/daily/ is the most influential place for music taste on the internet" and said me and nat were as influential if not more than p4k. Shit was meme as hell but it made for good copypasta

other than that threads are surprisingly not dead, which is nice.

damn I need to hear this again soon

Landon Peterson
Landon Peterson

This is fucking me up. It is really good

Andrew Miller
Andrew Miller

hahaha he thinks im bi

Lucas Carter
Lucas Carter

fuck tripcodes

Luke Williams
Luke Williams

hi woolite, i'm shoez.

a lot of those albums are really great - love cat power. what did you think of the peter walker record? i've only heard second poem to karmela.

yeah it's great fun. sometimes i do let my friends win if it makes them feel good

Henry Gonzalez
Henry Gonzalez

Couldn't agree more with that review of Imperial, I've been considering bumping it up from an 8 to a 9 recently t b h. Short runtime with little to no filler and the beats all go hard as hell. Pretty dope as far as modern trap goes.

The Elements is some fucking blistering spiritual jazz, I'd highly recommend checking it out soon. I'm a huge fan of ESP too, it's maybe my second or third favorite from Miles.

Haha that's awesome, even if it's a meme, you guys really know your shit so it's cool to get some sort of praise.

I'll definitely try to post more often but I doubt it'll be as much as it used to be

Brody Reyes
Brody Reyes

What up shoez? Nice to see some new people around here! Do you have a RYM or chart I could scope out?

The Walker album is awesome imo, especially if you're into American Primitivism or something of the like. It starts off stripped down and folky but gradually builds into something more psychedelic, with hand drumming and raga-y guitar. Has this nice meditative, almost mystical kinda feel that's really been growing on me over the last few months. Definitely give it a shot if you're into that sorta thing, it's only like 40 minutes.

Elijah Taylor
Elijah Taylor

backlog update
also

Montie is featured and I'm not

Chase Diaz
Chase Diaz

six movies after 2000?
memento??
fight club???
the american funny games?>??

"""""no"""""

Owen Lewis
Owen Lewis

kahondo style, mysterious girl, gene clark, egrets, scritti politti, judee sill

Dominic Ross
Dominic Ross

if anyone can find a download of this ill be very greatful and happy
https://rateyourmusic.com/release/album/pxp/while_p__print___x_p___/

i retracted my 9 for ellen arkbro but it's still a very great spacing out album
i guess ill look into that Annie ficsher record

Dominic Baker
Dominic Baker

annie fischer was beautiful although i had a pretty perfect set up to hear it; sunset on a rooftop with a beer and pablo neruda
i'm definitely anticipating the arkbro for comforts sake

Carson Phillips
Carson Phillips

also i have that album @ 224kpbs, give me an hour and i'll get a link for you

Jack Anderson
Jack Anderson

Only other contender for best DG album is Exmilitary tee bee h

If you loved Imperial, just wait until you hear 13

Christopher Thomas
Christopher Thomas

https://rateyourmusic.com/release/album/pxp/while_p__print___x_p___/

i've got it but it will take a lil bit to upload

Thomas Diaz
Thomas Diaz

dw i'm suddenly lazy

Jordan Anderson
Jordan Anderson

;)

Jack Gray
Jack Gray

Wtf does everyone have this but me
Thank you very much though

It's actually a bit melancholy but in a good way
It makes me think a lot when it technically does little which is why I flipped out over it

Ryder Taylor
Ryder Taylor

via soulseek. it's a good breakfast record, i'll be interested to hear your thoughts on it.

Matthew Lee
Matthew Lee

Didn't see it on there but that must mean there's some poseur who had the files on the east coast

I enjoyed PXP - Nada a good amount so I'm excited. Wasn't thinking about reviewing it, but if I enjoy it a lot I'll probably write something

Jose Adams
Jose Adams

this only tells you how far co still is from becoming a serious poster

Chase Russell
Chase Russell

just while looking at my mega folder i still have the complete collection of all john campbell (of pictures for sad children)s fame works, the entire comic selection + all the shit he uploaded in different places for different times
enjoy chucklefucks
https://mega.nz/#!dUIy0LxJ!T50K5V6HBm-qQMdDsy-zspQLRz0b-rCQeM0hXHRT1tQ

here you go Nelson

https://mega.nz/#!AFAD1azJ!ab0z6DzB1oxfsh_0nTPwXDoPI1_LfaP5r6ug3TznnNI

Grayson Green
Grayson Green

/mu/thread/76248638#p76272681
Why would I contest the absolute truth?

Funny Games remake instead of original
pleb

Jackson Flores
Jackson Flores

/mu/thread/76248638#p76270558
he's obviously just virtue signaling or "counter signaling" to feel above someone else

I was just trying to be nice to end the dumb discussion :(

Hey Woolite!

Dominic Powell
Dominic Powell

leave for a few months
come back
woolite leaves and returns in this time
did he even leave

Aight breeders its time for my 700th rating on rym
Any suggestions? Can be on or off wishlist.
https://rateyourmusic.com/~caviarrr

Luke Hughes
Luke Hughes

hail - hello debris

Lincoln Collins
Lincoln Collins

Fuck did I miss the unpopular opinions train or can i still meme about how O'Rourke is actually only ok

Adrian Green
Adrian Green

Depends which release
Have you heard Halfway To A Threeway? It's amazing imo

Cameron Stewart
Cameron Stewart

That's my favorite release of his, the only one i think is better than just ok of all of his pop ones.

Logan Clark
Logan Clark

Funny Games U.S is literally the same movie but with better performances and fully realized subtext and you know it.

Robert Wilson
Robert Wilson

lads...

slowcore + still being woozy from surgery = best feel

Juan Ward
Juan Ward

PAGING DOGWANDER AGAIN

im not on it
i thought you liked me

Hudson Collins
Hudson Collins

Codeine.....

Anthony King
Anthony King

more like
low - slide

Benjamin Myers
Benjamin Myers

with better performances
Haha, that's funny.

But no.

Eli Powell
Eli Powell

half way through writing a glowing review of Lörrach/Paris 1966 find the remastered version
the sound quality is incomparably better and clearer

Isaiah Long
Isaiah Long

Yes?

Carter Martinez
Carter Martinez

east coast of australia, yes :3

really enjoyed it especially the song 'spring', thank you. a great fit with a john fahey album i've been playing a bit lately 'days have gone by'. kind of like his janglier alter-ego. maybe better in some ways.

i don't have a rym for the moment, no.

// 9 variations on a dance theme //

artistic porn sucks. trading the visceral, messy nature of human sexuality that porn offers for the beautiful, composed qualities of mainstream cinema takes something essential away from it. i don't think, however, that this means porn isn't or can't be good art - just that the grammar and syntax required to make it so have not been explored yet. video games are in a similar situation - flower and journey, two games often held up as being examples of 'video games as art' are actually just video games imitating film and painting. genuine artistic video games like minecraft and portal are only just beginning to explore the possibilities of the medium. just like film had to grow up before it could become the transcendence machine it is now, so does pornography.

anyhow, this was good.very pretty - a kind of cinematic sculpture. it does suffer from a bit of that 'who cares' problem that a lot of short film experiments do, and i can't imagine me remembering too much of in a year or two.

Ian Garcia
Ian Garcia

Gesang der Jüngling
Bought it on vinyl a few weeks back and still haven't had a chance to listen to it. School a suck.

Eli Sanders
Eli Sanders

Excellent chart. I rated Cornell a perfect score. This Heat are one of the greatest. Stormcock is great. Sky Blue Sky was always maybe my favorite Wilco. The Meters are great. I've never actually heard a full Cat Power album, but I'm due

Benjamin Hall
Benjamin Hall

Also if you're checking out the cold blue EP's get this
https://rateyourmusic.com/release/comp/various_artists_f2/the_complete_10_inch_series_from_cold_blue/
Has all the original EP's and easy to find a DL of. There isn't a bad second on this.

Aaron Powell
Aaron Powell

do you like terry riley's ĺin C?

Noah Campbell
Noah Campbell

I always liked Ayler's sax style but otherwise found the music played on the few studio works I heard of his rather lacking,
Spiritual Unity has aspects I adore but suffers in my ears from Murray's contributions which are not to my taste dragging the album down.
These two live releases completely change my predisposition to Ayler's music, neither are all together as free as Spiritual Unity tends to be but they are very exiting in other ways.

In Green Village
I love the strings and how they're utilized, its eerie thinking For John Coltrane was recorded before his death as it has a rather mourning quality to it. The track never explodes or radically changes tempo, it rarely finds any melody for more than seconds and neither does it have one to fall back on once a while like so many free jazz tracks do. It doesn't feature any of these immediately rewarding tropes much free jazz tends to feature but still never gets boring, it stands purely on the strength of its interplay and atmosphere.
The following tracks feature more melodies and manic segments, the strings work very well both when introducing the occasional familiar melody as well as during segments of free playing. Truth Is Marching In features fiery percussion playing which follows the other instruments beautifully reacting immediately to where Ayler is heading. This also happens to be a very impressive recording, each instrument is clear and discernible even more so then a lot of studio recordings from this time. 3.5

Jordan Phillips
Jordan Phillips

Albert Ayler - Lörrach, Paris 1966

A fucking fantastic set, right away one can tell this is a similar in many ways while wildly different in others to the In Green Village recording. I struggle to call this a "pure" free jazz album , there are many elements of free jazz and many moments of free form explosions but the demented marching band aspect often overtakes so much of the tracks time and time again with often familiar melodies eventually melting into chaos and back again. The quality of recording is also unfortunately rather bad unlike the pristine sound of In Green Village, thankfully there is a 2002 remastered version floating around which sounds much clearer but even then the rhythmic section tends to melt together, it's not too bad however and at times I'd say adds only to the charm. The drumming is chaotic and fierce, the violin beautify interweaves with the brass occasionally providing positively folk-music sounding backing. There is a certain melancholy to the tracks, the way they transmute between chaos and melody and how these shifts resolve fill me with happiness every time. I wouldn't mind a few of the tracks being a little less melodic and the performances do have a few missteps (mostly as to volume changes of instruments due to the recording) but are just so charming, unique and with a real sense of emotional weight which to me is when Ayler's music and a lot of Free Jazz in general shines the most. 4.0+

Chase Clark
Chase Clark

Them - Time Out! Time in for Them (1968)

For all intents and purposes, closer to pop songwriting (same group behind Here Comes the Night) than psychedelia, but with undeniable elements (perhaps a bit cosmetic) like sitar all throughout and some acid guitar tones like on “Bent Over You,” which even reminds me a bit of a long jam like “Viola Lee Blues” without the jam per se. Anyway, I can’t get over this pop distinction yet. “Black Widow Spider,” for example, treads a thin line between the genres, but the simple and undeveloped or vague melody and general idea for a song just doesn’t work successfully as pop or psychedelia. I can’t help but think a group like Ultimate Spinach just came out with a more authentic and intuitive expression of something otherwise similar.
5.5/10

Various Artists - Warfaring Strangers: Darkscorch Canticles (2014)

Another really good compilation by the Numero Group. Check out any comps of theirs that you can and don’t think twice about genres because they’re all weird and unique enough. This year’s Acid Nightmares is one of my favorites of 2017 so far, in fact. This one is a collection of the early heavy metal that embraced Satanism. What’s cool is that this seems to generally predate canonization of the genre (specifically doom), so there are plenty of weird and unexpected elements like heavy psych guitars, funky drum fills, and even a prominent slapping bass on the closer.
7/10

Xavier Baker
Xavier Baker

Terry Callier
Fred Neil
Ini Kamoze
Big Youth
peter walker
Gary Davis
Arto Lindsay
very nice

Easton Martin
Easton Martin

them
okay, but you have heard their version of It's All Over Now, Baby Blue right?
if not go listen, that song is all you need

Ethan Nguyen
Ethan Nguyen

Glad you liked it man! I found it on Trianglecubed's Blues list so all credit to him for that one

Sup man?

I gave the first 3 albums on that chart perfect scores (tried to put them in order of how much I like em) but Cornell 77 is borderline perfect in my book too. Went on a bit of a Dead tear a few months back and that and Skull and Roses are pretty damn terrific.

Highly recommend Cat Power, she's one of my favorite vocalists at this point!

Colton Nguyen
Colton Nguyen

No, putting it on in a minute
Nice, I gotta listen to some of those. I’m on a bit of a Dead lull at the moment, I was reviewing every
show for a while then burned out on reviews.

Also, finishing up Moon Pix now and enjoyed it.

Joshua Sullivan
Joshua Sullivan

Whats wrong with literally any of this

Matthew Murphy
Matthew Murphy

I mean they do accomplish their goal that way

Blake Richardson
Blake Richardson

Moon Pix is a great one, so pretty but so sad (and so cozy)

Bentley Gonzalez
Bentley Gonzalez

who wants to see my top 10 films
(I dont remember watching 10 films)
should I watch 10 films

Robert Brooks
Robert Brooks

Yes, it’s a very pleasant composition

Liam Cruz
Liam Cruz

Hey I tried more half of those (the reggae and blusier ones) because of you and your RYM lists! Still trying to work my way through more of that blues/folk/traditional American music one, it's been a blast. So thanks man!

Samuel Russell
Samuel Russell

and yeah Whatever I Want is good, but at that point flatlander had basically turned into daniel lopatin
you say that like it's a bad thing

Michael Hernandez
Michael Hernandez

I just listened to Nijabes - Modal Soul for the first time...

it kinda sounds like mediocre elevator music. why do people go so nuts over that album?

Owen Russell
Owen Russell

because he's le dead japanese dilla man

Kayden Gomez
Kayden Gomez

Not an ideal place for recs btw

Xavier Richardson
Xavier Richardson

lol yea it just reminded me that I've been putting off listening to it

Ethan Rogers
Ethan Rogers

feather is great tho
selib is king of reddit

Ethan Taylor
Ethan Taylor

i gots all the karma man

Charles Cooper
Charles Cooper

what's your rym? I don't have you on the /daily/ rym list rym

you asked me to take you off the /daily/ list but I can put you back on if you want

As someone who likes Metaphorical Music and loves Luv(sic) Hexalogy , Modal Soul confuses me. Super uninteresting for a Nujabes output imo

Mason Smith
Mason Smith

I just listened to long season

Same

Josiah Scott
Josiah Scott

you didnt add me to the list either :(

Angel Turner
Angel Turner

Oh No it's Devo is their best album

Mason Barnes
Mason Barnes

My thanks

Ooo

It wasn't horrible but it felt less original.

Lmao why would you page dogwander for this

I don't think ive heard them mentioned here ever

9000 upvotes for fucking Nujabes? Wtf Reddit has awful taste

Nathan Taylor
Nathan Taylor

Hurts my goddamn eyes

Nolan Russell
Nolan Russell

do you want added to the /daily/ list?
https://rateyourmusic.com/list/I_AM_FISH/_daily-rym-users/

that's what I was basing it off of

lol I'm reading this thread and it sucks so hard

Jace Butler
Jace Butler

hey I'm not on that list!

Carson Hill
Carson Hill

Holy shit
This thread is terrible

Joseph Torres
Joseph Torres

hello fren

the meters is fucking DOPE, listen to it soon pls

Ian Roberts
Ian Roberts

>>76284282
post full
for research purposes

Lincoln Hill
Lincoln Hill

>>76284282
Your country doesn't even have power and you posted this

Charles Foster
Charles Foster

https://imgur.com/a/glEqw
i dont want to get banned a third time

spreading awareness and spreading those legs

Tyler Scott
Tyler Scott

HAHHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHA
WTF NIGGA
HAHAHAHAHAHAH

Jordan Scott
Jordan Scott

post your rym and I'll add you

can you post a higher quality version of that image so i can get a daki?

Lucas Turner
Lucas Turner

there's been a noticeable increase of degeneracy in these threads

Bentley Ortiz
Bentley Ortiz

you coulda just said "the haino one" u dummie
yeah I'm back

Brayden Wood
Brayden Wood

/daily/ is funded by soros

Juan Stewart
Juan Stewart

Still thinking about this
Literally “We did it, Reddit”
Sourced well (?)
Thinking Nujabes is a band

Colton Mitchell
Colton Mitchell

this also jangle is an antifa supersoldier

Nathan Butler
Nathan Butler

Do u like ismfof

Sebastian Morales
Sebastian Morales

yea add me babe

I mean sometimes I say band and just mean any music artist, regardless of it being a group or single person

Tyler Gonzalez
Tyler Gonzalez

Tron legacy is just one long Daft Punk music video and it's amazing.

Adrian Stewart
Adrian Stewart

More specifically “them” but w/e

Joseph Johnson
Joseph Johnson

Being the most powerful music review force in the world, we are obviously paid by (((them))) to promote bara furry porn.

Aaron Reed
Aaron Reed

Skim milk is really good

Wyatt Thompson
Wyatt Thompson

Tron Legacy is boring shit and the soundtrack is overrated

David Jones
David Jones

Ambient House is garbage 90% of the time

Oliver Lee
Oliver Lee

Why do people prefer the original Funny Games? The remake outmoded it, it's undeniably the film that he wanted to make originally but couldn't due to budget reasons.

Joseph Fisher
Joseph Fisher

Just got back from a drag queen show with my 10 year old son, what'd I miss?

Owen Stewart
Owen Stewart

is yamir dead?

Levi Ramirez
Levi Ramirez

He's really fixated on Heino weiners right now but he should be back to normal in a few months.

Liam Thompson
Liam Thompson

i guess the hurricane really did a number on him

Luis Martin
Luis Martin

does anyone know where I can listen to this https://rateyourmusic.com/release/album/_septet-%D8%A3%D9%86%D8%A7-%D8%A3%D8%AD%D8%A8-%D8%A7%D9%84%D9%81%D8%AA%D9%88%D8%A9/a%E2%80%8B_%E2%80%8Bb%E2%80%8B_%E2%80%8Bo%E2%80%8B_%E2%80%8Bu%E2%80%8B_%E2%80%8Bt/

Thomas Hill
Thomas Hill

your house

Christopher Collins
Christopher Collins

Maybe theyre just the same ppl who are instinctively repelled by modern production and contemporary mainstream tendencies in music, under the same guise of „authenticity“ as a point of criticism or something weird like that. Hahaha and trianglecubed basically.

Jose Moore
Jose Moore

tfw can't stop listening to noise rock
want to appreciate other genres but I quickly get bored
can't into jazz/classical/anything of substance
noise rock for this feel?

Oliver Cox
Oliver Cox

or maybe there are more reasons to critique a certain sound or style of production than just by how "clean" or "balanced" everything is

also "authenticity" is such a broad and indefinable concept that it basically holds no weight as a term.

Jonathan Cook
Jonathan Cook

World Domination Enterprises - Let's Play Domination

Luke Foster
Luke Foster

Or maybe youre really a born in the wrong generation type nerd who never learned.

Parker Hill
Parker Hill

my second highest rated decade is the 00's dip

Parker Perry
Parker Perry

that doesn't make me not dislike you

Easton Reyes
Easton Reyes

i have a black friend so i'm not racist

Gabriel Taylor
Gabriel Taylor

way to be petty

Ayden Myers
Ayden Myers

how about trying to make an argument that actually applicable to the situation

Camden Roberts
Camden Roberts

hm no because i agree with you, i just thought ur argument was bad

Henry Green
Henry Green

Just listen to Birth of the Cool.

Carter King
Carter King

This is a fucking jam.

Nathan Harris
Nathan Harris

Hear a good music
Rate it a good rate
See I'M FISH or natkingcole rating there first
tfw subconsciously influenced by the most important trips on this entire board and therefore the most important tastemakers of all music discussion online

Landon Reed
Landon Reed

get into noise jazz

Ultralyd, Borbatomagus, the list goes on...

Wyatt Morris
Wyatt Morris

I'd be really happy if this became a proper copypasta

Jackson Martin
Jackson Martin

no one can escape my influence. I've become too powerful. Next logical step is suicide

Carter Wright
Carter Wright

Car Bomb - w^w^^w^w

Garrucha is the only good song which I thought was good the whole way through, mostly because it actually keeps to a single, sorta catchy rhythm, as opposed to just throwing together a bunch of technical sounding garbage riffs. Honestly sometimes sounds like the worst thing ever, and the clean vocals make me want to throw up.

Christian Fennesz & Jim O’Rourke - It’s Hard For Me To Say I’m Sorry

The first half is some really spacious and patient ambient, not too much to say about it but few complaints either. The second half has some absolutely massive, shoegazey walls of guitar noise and generally is a bit more busy, production-wise. These two artists rarely dissapoint on their own, and this album unsurprisingly very competent and comfy.

any suggestions for what i should do next?

Brody Myers
Brody Myers

the only good song which I thought was good the whole way through

christ maybe i should proofread these before i post them

Austin Barnes
Austin Barnes

that pig looks human

Anthony Ross
Anthony Ross

Glad you liked the AS EP! The Ooz seems very polarising, it's worth a listen just to decide if you hate it or love it

Baby Zionov - Mashenka the Laundress
It may be a 15 minute soundcloud mixtape with 200 plays but was determined to judge it solely on the music - which was actually pretty good, I wouldn't mind some more "happy hardcore" recs actually.

Aaron Myers
Aaron Myers

Hey! I've actually heard that one before and I agree... the chart I posted is some of my recent favorites, in order of how much I liked em.

I'll probably just do another free form chart cause normal ones are too much for me now lol

Christian Young
Christian Young

Hey wool glad to see you back
Offset makes that 21&mb album imo
Also listen to new skepta ep

Ryder Howard
Ryder Howard

Jens Lekman - Maple Leaves
5
You're so FUCKING wrong fish this is why everyone memes on you all the time
Also your clube da esquina score SUCKS listen to it again but louder

Liam Thomas
Liam Thomas

Hear a good music
Rate it a good rate
See natkingcole rating there first
tfw can't tell if he liked it or not

rod's house probably

Brayden Lewis
Brayden Lewis

Get in the plug, m8s.

Aiden Sanchez
Aiden Sanchez

better be listening to this one with stereo headphones pumped up to max volume

David Hughes
David Hughes

here

Levi Jackson
Levi Jackson

Hey thanks! :)

I definitely think Offset ties the whole album together because he's so damn consistent. But I was pleasantly surprised by 21 t b h, especially with how mediocre his album was earlier this year.

Also wtf new Skepta EP how did I miss that

Daniel Green
Daniel Green

I Agree tho I haven’t heard 21s album from earlier this year.
Yh it’s great, don’t believe Karenin and jimmy jazz, “I’ve got 15 different iPhones but I’m so not phony” is the greatest line oat

Julian Cook
Julian Cook

nice jesus trips
would also recommend the zionov mix The Mango Data, which is a prequel to this mix.
also look into the More ?Sugar, Nota, and DJ Pizzaboy projects.

Dominic Anderson
Dominic Anderson

Lads...

https://plug.dj/sdc-room-3-the-sequel
https://plug.dj/sdc-room-3-the-sequel
https://plug.dj/sdc-room-3-the-sequel

Ian Watson
Ian Watson

Get in the plug, m8s, you must.

Grayson Moore
Grayson Moore

Three Mile Pilot - The Chief Assassin to the Sinister
It sets the bar too high pretty soon, it's not like that's a bad thing don't get me wrong, I think most of the tracks here are "nice" and nothing else, they just fail to give a punch like the opener to be "great".
7+

Levi Davis
Levi Davis

At The Drive-In - Relationship of Command (2000)
Post-Hardcore
It's like The Mars Volta, but without all the wank.
4.0

Burzum - Fallen (2011)
Black Metal
I had a whole shitload of stuff written down for this but I accidentally deleted it and can't be assed to type it again.
Better than Belus, and the best Burzum album post-imprisonment. The stereo rhythm/lead guitar gimmick works. Vikernes actually tries something new instead of trying (and failing) to be Filosofem 2 like Belus did.
The songs are too long overall, and the production is too clean for it to be totally atmospheric.
3.0

Spiritualized - Ladies And Gentlemen We Are Floating In Space (1997)
Neo-Psychedelia
The first track is absolutely incredible and by far the best thing on this album. I can't think of any pop or rock group that has come close to the harmonies on it, except maybe the Beach Boys.
Everything after "Ladies and Gentlemen..." is more traditional psychedelic rock. Bluesy syncopation and electric guitars are rampant, but it still does maintain dense harmony throughout.
That said, for all the harmony there is dissonance too. "The Individual" and "Cop Shoot Cop..." especially.
The opener is obviously the best song, but everything after it is still consistently good.
3.5

Sebastian Wright
Sebastian Wright

we still pluggin

Bentley Murphy
Bentley Murphy

wtf I love /daily/ now!

((these are alll great thanks lads))

Jeremiah Taylor
Jeremiah Taylor

Pretty pretty solid day in music! Here's some highlights

Mississippi John Hurt - Best Of:

Checked this one out because of the Fahey connection honestly. The songs on here are quite catchy and basically what you’d expect with acoustic blues - fun soloing, a bit of an eerie vibe and mostly melancholy/gospel lyrics. Hurt goofs around on some tracks which is fun but what really drives the album is his personality. His jokes aren’t necessarily too funny (“Chicken” is a joke for ex) but he’s charismatic, passionate and has an amazing voice. Not sure how to compare this to other blues releases but I’d definitely recommend it.

4/5

Hole - Celebrity Skin:

I wondered why I knew Love’s voice but I just realized my dad loves the pop side of this one. “Malibu” and “Boys On the Radio” are two songs he’d play quite a bit when I was younger. Anyway, this is way poppier than Live Through This. The pop tracks are great but they contrast strongly with the darker, punkier cuts which weirdly helps the album. The combo is incredibly cool, the songs switch from the brutal “Hit So Hard” to “Malibu” for example and it’s so jarring. 2/2 for Hole so far.

4

The Fall - Live At the Witch Trials:

I can’t say I’ve loved what I’ve heard from these guys before but this really blew me away. I even mistakenly listened to 15 minutes of bonus tracks and had zero complaints. There’s this angst and... bluntness all throughout the album that’s so thick it’s almost obnoxious but man Smith pulls it off. He manages to bridge the gap between traditional and post-punk pretty well and somehow bring in only elements I love from each movement. The drumming on here is consistently punchy and energetic, the guitar licks are jumpy and anxious without getting too mathy and I love the vocals. I cracked up a few times while listening to this album actually cause the lyrics were just so… sarcastic. A rare post-punk album that I loved front to back

4.5

Luis Richardson
Luis Richardson

too much noise rock
but can't get into jazz
then maybe listen to this

https://rateyourmusic.com/release/album/little-women/throat/

James Diaz
James Diaz

music is garbage 90% of the time

try plays standards bt ground-zero

Jonathan Diaz
Jonathan Diaz

Just listened through Over-nite Sensation for the first time. Of course I am familiar with Joe's Garage but this is the furthest I go. Anyone have any Zappa recommendations? theres like fucking 60+ albums I dont even know where to start. Surely somewhere on Sup Forums theres a zappa freak who knows whats up

Julian Lee
Julian Lee

Oh man, prepare for Fish to give you the whoooole low-down

Jackson Reed
Jackson Reed

my fav Zappa is One Size Fits All

I mean listen to the opener, fucking bonkers

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zYxaoRVofE8

if you like this then go to Apostrophe

Charles Williams
Charles Williams

sweet thanks, you guys were quick. never posted on Sup Forums before.

Zachary Garcia
Zachary Garcia

hoo boy

I've heard all 100+ entries in Zappa's discog. Most is mediocre/bad even if you're a hardcore fan like me so stick with me.

Imo, there's four main "eras" to Zappa:

Experimental Rock
Jazz Fusion
Comedy Rock
Posthumous

First I'd ask you what you thought of those albums you heard. What did you like/dislike about them? Which did you prefer? Joe's Garage falls under the blanket of "Comedy Rock" while Over-nite Sensation is the "Jazz Fusion Era".

For every era there's one super important starting point, and where I'd recommend getting started on him.

Experimental Rock: Freak Out
Jazz-Fusion: Hot Rats
Comedy Rock: Apostrophe

I'd say decide what kind of music you'd want most out of the guy. If you like his experimental stuff I'd say go forward through his discog starting with Freak Out (skipping Cruising With Ruben & The Jets and maybe Lumpy Gravy) and stopping when you quit enjoying his albums.

If you wanted Jazz Rock, I'd say hear Hot Rats then go backwards through his Mothers discog and hear Waka/Jawaka and Sleep Dirt (often called Hot Rats 1 & 2). His live albums like Roxy & Elsewhere are essential as well.

As for Comedy Rock (my least favorite of his stuff) this encompasses the majority of his work, so I'd say just choose whatever from the latter half of his career not including his posthumous stuff. Apostrophe is a great starting place for this era because it was his first album blurring the era between Jazz-Fusion and Comedy Rock.

His reissue/posthumous stuff is only worth getting into if you've already listened to most of his stuff. Often they're poorly recorded, worse versions of what's already been released, or just bad material he never released for a REASON (I don't care for the Zappa family trust much lol).

Zappas discog is long and most stuff after the mid-70s isn't amazing, but his good stuff is very rewarding. A good example of this is RDNZL, one of his best songs smushed on the back of a pretty mediocre album "Studio Tan".

Oliver Diaz
Oliver Diaz

this post is 2000 characters exactly

i will not be reading any mean replies thanks

Noah Hill
Noah Hill

I've heard all 100+ entries in Zappa's discog
lmao what a waste of time

Landon Morgan
Landon Morgan

lmao get a load of this post

Aaron Taylor
Aaron Taylor

Hot Rats
no

Blake Campbell
Blake Campbell

Hot Rats is a bad album

Hunter Thompson
Hunter Thompson

boy you like bowery electric gtfo

Ethan Edwards
Ethan Edwards

Beat is my favorite jazz fusion album

Jackson Turner
Jackson Turner

Hot Rats is a bad album
yes

Isaac Bell
Isaac Bell

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nFHI75UX1HU

Grayson Kelly
Grayson Kelly

i just like all music desu....

William Baker
William Baker

Fish, just watched this 3 hour doc on Amazon prime with my dad on Zappa between 69 and 73, was really crazy. He's a Zappa fan. Re-listened to Hot Rats this morning with him, and all memes aside, it rocks so unbelievably hard. Might be bumping up.
no

Jason Flores
Jason Flores

boy you are missing out

mars volta are better and you know it

now I feel bad for giving you a meme answer

In all honestly start with Naked City before you venture into the other recs

tfw plug won't work

Eli Richardson
Eli Richardson

Mars Volta has somewhat higher highs but way lower lows

Matthew Hernandez
Matthew Hernandez

trip forgot

Easton Kelly
Easton Kelly

which one was it?

Highly rec Roxy & Elsewhere as well as Waka/Jawaka if you liked Hot Rats that much.

no

Jason Rogers
Jason Rogers

skipping Cruising With Ruben & The Jets and maybe Lumpy Gravy
skipping Lumpy Gravy

Carter Morales
Carter Morales

three tangentially related things:
1. i've recently been addicted "Love Is a Bourgeois Construct"
2. as of now Actually and Behaviour have the exact same amount of RYM ratings
3. another unpopular popular opinion of mine is that Dusty in Memphis is one of the best albums of the '60s

Pet Shop Boys - Actually (1987)
synthpop

Nice and slick '80s pop. Like a lot of pop albums, the singles end up as the best tracks, by far. "What Have I Done to Deserve This?" and "It's a Sin" are especially good, the former boasting a wonderful vocal part from the great Dusty Springfield, the latter embracing post-disco to deliver one of the most beautifully subversive melodies of the decade. The rest is little more than filler. Decent enough filler, mind you, just less gripping, catchy, or powerful than the hits.

2.5+

Tom Waits - Bone Machine (1992)
experimental rock, singer/songwriter

My general distaste for the ballads on this (and on Rain Dogs and Swordfishtrombones) makes little sense, considering my unbridled love of Closing Time. I guess they just fit kind of poorly with the scratchy, industrial doom and gloom later-period Waits has become known for, and they're just generally less inventive and interesting. Get away from the ballads, though, and you have what is arguably Waits' best work. No one has a better grasp on disturbing, rough soundscaping than Waits, who is deftly able to take the clings and clangs of a factory and turn it into something off-puttingly tuneful. He ups the country and industrial rock aspects here, cranking out two of the best singles of the '90s in the form of "Goin' Out West" and "I Don't Wanna Grow Up". Yet another cementation of Waits as one of the most consistently interesting figures in music.

3.0+

(1/2)

Eli Roberts
Eli Roberts

I really like Lumpy Gravy but I would absolutely recommend skipping it if you're just getting in to Zappa.

Josiah Evans
Josiah Evans

Frank Zappa - Freak Jazz Movie Madness & Another Mothers

I will be, they talk about Waka/Jawaka a bit. Check it out. It's kinda easy to forget that behind jokes people make about jazz rock in 2017 that it was also one of the earliest fusion albums, only after In A Silent Way, really.

Luke Murphy
Luke Murphy

fair enough

it's my fave by him so I got alittle emotional

Colton James
Colton James

how do you explain Willie the Pimp then?

Christopher Carter
Christopher Carter

(1/2)
way to leave us on a cliff hanger

Austin Edwards
Austin Edwards

same :)

Parker Scott
Parker Scott

(2/2)

The Clash - The Clash (1977)
punk rock

Considering my only real problem with London Calling is its heavy emphasis on gaudy reggae and rockabilly pastiches, seeing The Clash do a straight-up, no-frills punk album is incredibly refreshing. The "drunk in a pub" vibes are laid on thick here, Strummer sneers and wails, the band plays sloppy, yet everything sounds so tight and perfectly put together. The variation in style is missed a bit, considering the general saminess of this record, but the saminess is done well enough that it's not too bad of a problem.

3.0

Tears for Fears - The Hurting (1983)
synthpop

If we're being honest, everything I said about Actually could apply here too, minus the disco influences. Tears for Fears take a much more melancholic approach to synthpop, especially apparent on the now-classic "Mad World". "Pale Shelter" is another melancholic highlight, bringing post-punk influences into the fray for a memorably moody masterpiece. What this lacks is the organic feeling of Songs From the Big Chair, an undeniable pop masterpiece. This sounds too cold, too alien, making the ever important emotion sound distant and forced.

2.5+

Arthur Verocai - Arthur Verocai (1972)
MPB, psychedelic pop

A bit of an unconsequential, light a-side; an absolutely monumentous b-side. Airy, breezy, pleasant MPB makes up the a-side. It's got a psychedelic vibe to it that's nice, but it does little to set it apart from many other MPB records. The b-side amps up the psych, gets weird and fuzzy, ending with a free jazz track. Shame the a-side is a bit bland, the b-side is one of the best fifteen minute stretches in music history.

3.0+

Jackson Sanchez
Jackson Sanchez

hey im the one who asked for suggestions. i really really appreciate this response. I dont have the energy to properly respond to this so I have it saved and if the thread dies I'll find you on Sup Forums some other time. going to sleep now thank you "FISH"

Alexander Foster
Alexander Foster

Shamir - Revelations (2017)
lo-fi indie, indie rock, alternative rock

Shamir's Northtown EP is fun, frenetic, and unique in a genre not exactly known for its uniqueness. Seeing an artist with potential like that do absolutely everything wrong is pretty heartbreaking. I know that this and Hope were both born out of Shamir's desire to quit music, and there is an emotional edge to this that's raw and exposed, it's just done in the absolute worst ways. Shamir's normally unique and gorgeous voice is practically unlistenable, he pulls melodies out of thin air that clash horribly with everything else, it's mixed like absolute garbage, and it's just got such a cheap, lazy sound to it. Shamir can do so much better.

0.5

Julian Thompson
Julian Thompson

haven't seen that one actually. Mite hafta backlog

fever ray hype as well wwew

cool! Glad you found it helpful

Asher Roberts
Asher Roberts

a tolerable exception

Jaxson Richardson
Jaxson Richardson

hay fever ripe also.

Bentley Williams
Bentley Williams

Blammo

Joseph Richardson
Joseph Richardson

Immolation and Dying Fetus love
yus
6 for Cryptopsy
huh

Oliver Scott
Oliver Scott

can now confirm moonlight isn't overrated

Liam Phillips
Liam Phillips

The Mountain Goats - The Sunset Tree (2005)
indie folk, singer/songwriter

It's frustrating, Darnielle has written some of my favorite songs ever ("Going to Georgia", "Color in Your Cheeks", "No Children"), but I've never been able to get into a full Mountain Goats album front to back. Just like the others, this has some absolutely incredible, immaculate tracks ("This Year", "Pale Green Things"), filled to the brim with witty, brutally introspective songwriting, yet it's just too sanitized and lush to really convey the emotion Darnielle writes with. The perfect Mountain Goats sound is lo-fi, raw, drowned out by tape hiss, a more clean production style does little to help Darnielle's vision, and it really hurts this otherwise quite good album.

2.5+

Rilo Kiley - The Execution of All Things (2002)
indie pop, indie rock

This album has two sides, and it does one much better than the other. One side of this album is a laid-back, down-to-earth country album. It's light, airy, and anchored by the wonderful vocals of Jenny Lewis. Lewis' vocals are about all this side of the album can boast about, however, since the songwriting is muted and uneventful to a fault. The other side is a lot better. It's an upbeat, wall-of-sound, triumphant power pop sound, that's done with roaring guitars, beautiful vocals, and incredible songwriting. The split between these two sides is about half and half, so as a whole we have a very confused albums with some incredibly high highs.

2.5+

(1/2)

Anthony Ortiz
Anthony Ortiz

Ilitch - 10 Suicides
This has been in my backlog for a long time, I always thought it would be an average post-punk album, and to be honest it is, or well I guess people would call this "art punk" because yeah it takes the experimentation and its influences to another level but whatever, it still is in the same line of punk music. For being released in 1980 I don't see the hype, it tries hard to sound ahead of its time (lame futuristic sounds at times) but don't be fooled, there's more half-baked collages than good tracks, although Peripherikredcomando is fucking great and the main reason I didn't give a lower score to this album.
6.5

Xavier Rivera
Xavier Rivera

(2/2)

The Reverend Horton Heat - Smoke 'Em If You Got 'Em (1991)
psychobilly

The opening track and "Psychobilly Freakout", the latter especially, will forever be absolute scorchers. I of course know "Psychobilly Freakout" as the impossible track from Guitar Hero II, I loved it back then, and I still love it now. The rip-roaring attitude and jagged guitar sound present on both these tracks is something carried over throughout the whole album, to varying degrees of success. On a couple other tracks they capture that same gritty, fire and brimstone sound, the rest of the album they stay firmly in their frankly lame comfort zone of psychobilly without the anger and passion that makes the best psychobilly great. It's also all a bit novelty, to be perfectly honest.

2.0+

Jason Ortiz
Jason Ortiz

Darnielle has written some of my favorite songs ever, but I've never been able to get into a full Mountain Goats album front to back
yep yep yep real shit

it infuriates me how much I love This Year but practically nothing else off that album. Last song I cried to no lie

Landon Parker
Landon Parker

angre react

Aiden Young
Aiden Young

sorry if i'm being dumb rn i'm pretty drunk

i like tallahassee tho

Jaxon Hill
Jaxon Hill

https://youtu.be/zfXjTXAK6Ho

https://youtu.be/Q_VY9Wki5lU

a couple pieces i've been digging recently, cheers lads

Chase Wright
Chase Wright

this year is so fucking good i can't even stand it

John Parker
John Parker

Dean Blunt & Inga Copeland - Black Is Beautiful (2012)
hypnagogic pop

I felt like I was going to be a lot more critical of this than I am. This album often goes nowhere, that is totally undeniable. It's driftless, samey, and one-note. And that's part of the beauty of this. No one understands that hazy post-internet atmosphere like Blunt, and bringing frequent collaborator Copeland along only helps enhance this hazy, dreamlike atmosphere. They both dip into other genres on occassion, with frequent hip hop influences and an opener indebted to free improv, but the bulk of this is beautifully atmospheric hypnagogic pop.

3.0-

Brayden Powell
Brayden Powell

Tilt and Swans are going to get a 3.0+ btw :8)

Zachary Jones
Zachary Jones

that inquisition score
you ought to be ashamed of yourself

Logan Wilson
Logan Wilson

lads I think Nat's gonna fucking hate skylarking

Luis Peterson
Luis Peterson

how come

Daniel Evans
Daniel Evans

Hes gonna find it cheesey or something and give it a 2.0- or a 0.5+

Parker Campbell
Parker Campbell

sup bois, feeling a severe lack of motivation to do much at all recently but hit me with a few recs and i'll do a smallish chart or something, need to get back into this discovering music thing

Jaxon Thompson
Jaxon Thompson

Superunknown is a really really good album huh

Grayson Myers
Grayson Myers

Animal Slaves - Dog-Eat-Dog
have some pretty palms
its my wallpaper

Gavin Hill
Gavin Hill

good onion
never look back

Gabriel Evans
Gabriel Evans

Bands like Fugazi - I'm So Tired?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4IKddfxkDWk

Adam Thomas
Adam Thomas

fugazi are best band ever even though they're probably not.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bvD0E6LRE5Q

Jason Robinson
Jason Robinson

125 rue montmartre // self titled

Camden Rivera
Camden Rivera

hey Fish, I was wondering what your thoughts on the I DUB FISH EP/cassette were.

Personally I think the version of Future that's on there is absolutely fantastic and way better than the original.

The rest is kinda weird though, I don't think I liked their use of the modulated Shinji voices

Jeremiah Perry
Jeremiah Perry

album has a really high average friend rating
check it out
its not bad but nowhere near amazing
notice the artist is from the same country the people who rated it are
every time
Vinter if you read this im talking about you

Pharoah Sanders - Black Unity assuming you haven't heard it yet

Logan Williams
Logan Williams

guilty of this

Kayden Morales
Kayden Morales

it's much better when you understand the lyrics even though i think it's also great musically/structurally
it has more exposition to italians because uh the band was italian and didn't get realy much recognition, even in the homecountry
happy you listened to it anyways

Nicholas Brooks
Nicholas Brooks

i love xtc and the beetles i'll probably dig it

Brayden Jackson
Brayden Jackson

Lil B was fun but inconsistent

GT Ultra was kewl tho, real kewl. Might be a top 10 of the year contender.

Joseph Turner
Joseph Turner

cow

Ryder Morales
Ryder Morales

also if you won, gimme recs plz

Again, 2017 albums only.

Ayden Gonzalez
Ayden Gonzalez

To expand on it I loved the atmosphere especially in the first part of the album but did not care for a lot of it, especially the last track. Some odd instrumental choices like the clapping on Ordine publicco made me wish they'd just be cut out. Mutlati best track and wish more of them had the skeletal rock form to them, felt the more empty experimental tracks have been done way better elsewhere.

I can def see it being better when understanding lyrics (but still the 4.5 from Vinter on it seems rather very biased)

Brandon Thompson
Brandon Thompson

Darklands and Letov do the same shit for their meme heritage
I highly doubt every Scottish punk band and every Ukrainian avant-meme group is that good

Ian Green
Ian Green

Will you take a new comp?
https://rateyourmusic.com/release/comp/various-artists/warfaring-strangers-acid-nightmares/

Landon Cox
Landon Cox

Not sure about Darklands but some of Letovs absolute highest rated eastern european stuff is real good. Either way yeah mostly everyone seems biased with this stuff

Joshua Carter
Joshua Carter

ehhhhh am slightly hesitant about compilations, since they aren't up for my AOTY/top10 etc.

but if you got nothing else, I'd take it.

Kayden Jones
Kayden Jones

hey cool
https://rateyourmusic.com/release/album/swans/deliquescence/

I don't have much else lol

Brandon Thompson
Brandon Thompson

Ok I can come up with something in a minute. That is maybe AOTY for me

Henry Allen
Henry Allen

idk why I accidentally replied to nat there

yeah I'm not sure why they fucked with shinji's vocals, it's way worse than it should've been

Future is good though

Julian Kelly
Julian Kelly

I don't have much else lol
I may lax restrictions next round.

Sebastian Hall
Sebastian Hall

If I win this round I'm either reccing a comp or the fishmans mixtape lol

Chase James
Chase James

ded thred have a thing i saved from Sup Forums like six years ago

Jordan Ortiz
Jordan Ortiz

I would definitely not want Steven Stapleton as my nurse

Colton Cook
Colton Cook

o heck I haven't seen this thing in years :-0

Jeff Buckley is swim coach
still gets me gigglin' [also sad]

Julian Martinez
Julian Martinez

i swear to god if i see that fucking album one more time

Jonathan Jackson
Jonathan Jackson

What's wrong with it?

Brody Flores
Brody Flores

Billy Joel Armstrong
Pol Sci

Nickelback
Photography

Buddy Holly
Aerospace Engineering

The Who
Forensic Science

Sup Forums had a good sense of humor in 2010

Colton Campbell
Colton Campbell

Implying we have a motto
ugh
applied physics
swim coach
oh lmao ok

Hudson Hughes
Hudson Hughes

What would /daily/ uni be like?

Aaron Myers
Aaron Myers

haino balls

Adam Hall
Adam Hall

Why is there an A in the rip in Terry's jeans? Did the glow in the dark CIA niggers put it there to watch him?

Juan Mitchell
Juan Mitchell

itd be terrible
we'd all be blasting obscure shit in our dorms and the hallways would sound like a shitty bandcamp meme mashup album

Brandon Long
Brandon Long

Laurie Anderson - Big Science
I'm too much of a small brained pleb to give this a 9. O Superman is perfect though. How the fuck did it chart.

Spaceman 3 - The Perfect Prescription
It's not a perfect album, doesn't even have enough "oomfph" to get all the way up there, but its just such a great album for chilling and sitting around and doing nothing to. I don't really have many albums like that atm. If anyones got shit like this but better I'm down. Time to cross "listen to Spacemen 3" off my list, they and Neu! were on the cover of these bags the big Toronto record store used to have. Nice paper bags. Held the records snug. Now I sound like Laurie Anderson.

Landon Roberts
Landon Roberts

whats this mans name?

Alexander Carter
Alexander Carter

stan

Elijah Wood
Elijah Wood

who's man is this?

Connor Watson
Connor Watson

my beautiful son

Aiden Bailey
Aiden Bailey

bump
y'all should listen to this ep

Julian Richardson
Julian Richardson

Can y’all listen to this and give me some reccomendations for stuff that sounds similar

Brayden Wilson
Brayden Wilson

can y'all listen to this
no

Luke Young
Luke Young

listen to this ep
no

Adam Barnes
Adam Barnes

Show bobs

Ryan Flores
Ryan Flores

glad you caught on

Nathan Butler
Nathan Butler

make me

Jack Cooper
Jack Cooper

well i cant
but i will say its worth your 21 minutes

James Young
James Young

maybe say something more about it
like
nice drums or something

Caleb Nguyen
Caleb Nguyen

nice drums or something

Henry Rogers
Henry Rogers

well NOW i'm DEFINITELY not gonna listen to it And you Shoul Feel Sorry

Grayson Davis
Grayson Davis

Their second album is better
Try some cage the elephant maybe?

Samuel Lewis
Samuel Lewis

The perfect Mountain Goats sound is lo-fi, raw, drowned out by tape hiss, a more clean production style does little to help Darnielle's vision
WRONG but i understand where you are coming from

have you heard hype william's untitled record yet?

Ethan Ward
Ethan Ward

fuck

Cameron Nguyen
Cameron Nguyen

I listened to it, the drums were indeed nice

Jackson Rodriguez
Jackson Rodriguez

still can't search by descriptors in charts
still can't filter out certain types of releases like singles while including others in charts
just import the few sonemics features that are actually cool back to RYM you faggots

Nevermind the post i just didnt post seconds ago and certainly didnt find out immediately that it was wrong and deleted it

Nicholas Reyes
Nicholas Reyes

still can't filter out soundtracks

Wyatt Cook
Wyatt Cook

what would this even look like? Searching what the best "nihilistic" album is? lmao

why would you want to do this?

Isaac Martin
Isaac Martin

still can't filter out Anonymous

Jayden Wright
Jayden Wright

Just found out I'm probably gonna end up with a B in the comp sci class I thought I was doing really bad in
neat

I'm with user. Why would you want to even search by descriptors?

rod is 1/2 right, most soundtracks are poopoo

but then again so is most music

Jace Jenkins
Jace Jenkins

if ur post would be on RYM I would vote for the LGBT descriptor

Oliver Lee
Oliver Lee

why would you want to do this?
ask me this again when the highest rated ambient album on the site isn't silent hill

Connor Rivera
Connor Rivera

if i wanna find tribal free jazz or some shit lord only knows, ofc it would be useless alone but in combination with genre search like it is on sonemics would be cool to be brought back to RYM especially if they added more descriptors

I can't imagine they will though since they already seem set on making a new shitty looking website instead of improving the old functional one

Grayson Martin
Grayson Martin

i swear this vidya soundtrack is the greates thing and ur just a hater >:(
i bet oyu don't even play vidya...
loser......

Dominic Powell
Dominic Powell

lol

it honestly kinda makes me mad when people overrate mediocre soundtracks because of how much they like the show/movie/game. most soundtracks are

2 of the top 5 ambient releases are soundtracks and one is pretty bad

hmm okay. I guess my initial thought would be that it would look very similar to the top 100 but I suppose that makes sense.

tryna cop some dark, mysterious picopop

I played age of empires 2 for like seven hours yesterday

also is that one of those art school kid insta memes like wipeyadocsoff or pleathervest

Ryan Lee
Ryan Lee

its the message louis sent me

Camden Howard
Camden Howard

diid he show u his peepee too

Jaxon Cook
Jaxon Cook

wew

I haven't been on /tv/ in years but I bet they're having a field day with that one

TINY

Benjamin Reed
Benjamin Reed

someone make a new thread!!!!!!

Asher Sanchez
Asher Sanchez

go ahead

Nathaniel Lee
Nathaniel Lee

have you heard hype william's untitled record yet?
nope, i'll check it out tho

James Morales
James Morales

never

Josiah Roberts
Josiah Roberts

captain cock

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