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Anonymous 08/14/2019 (Wed) 02:34:34 No. 39
Music thread.
I liked this a lot, thanks
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That is some great stuff anon.
this very comfy stuff, im sure you guys will enjoy
thats great
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I hope .mp3's go through
Rebecca Black puts out good music nowadays. What a strange world.
There's a dull melancholy in my heart, but it feels good. How're the rest of you fags feeling this cold november night?
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Was pretty good and even somewhat feelsy even though it's not really my type of music.

Aside: looked on rbt.asia because I wanted to see if there was some new movement of /mu/ post-ironically rallying behind her and I had completely forgotten that that archive was actually named after her.
Hako Yamasaki is really nice.
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That's odd, I swear we had embedding before. Nothing a bit of yt-dl can't fix though.
Atmosphere is essential late night listening for me.
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Helios/Keith Kenniff

like this album a lot: https://store.unseen-music.com/album/eingya
Joji’s old stuff is pretty comfy

"Be as comfy as thou wilt shall be the whole of the law."
I haven't seen Rebecca Black mentioned on /mu/ and I've been there for over a year now. It's kind of weird how she was the prime victim of the internet's blind rage and now she's just minding her own business, as if nothing happened.

didn't she, after the first song that get her 'famous' on youtube, had another song which is not half bad?

I guess once an online celeb started off and be taken as a one-hit wonder (or meme in her case), no one would wanna remember her and move on to the next new thing.
Verloren (Alles), by Bohren & Der Club of Gore


Doom Jazz
Grooving on SNES music lately. The Axelay soundtrack in particular, with its use of polyphony and stereo separation had me amazed all over again at the basic concept of music, as a thing that humans are able to create. Unkai, Silence, and Burning in particular.
I like their Sunset Mission quite a bit. I think I found it looking for "noir music". Top-notch /late/ listening.
Who cares what causes beef curtains, whether they're genetic or not doesn't change the fact that they look ugly as fuc
Billy Cobb - I Block The Rain https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BMFgQ9ceX9Y
Worthikids - The Second Little Piggy https://youtu.be/pUdf6FurCi4
Me Dê Motivo- tim maia https://youtu.be/PDQrcz4KUKs
>>1558 Thank you.
>>1565 hey, glad you enjoy it man https://youtu.be/l8ETbYy83Vc
KIRINJI - 時間がない https://youtu.be/mgY7V-nB3VI
Grandma's Cottage (2019) (Comfy Synth, Ambient) https://youtu.be/QtBjuWw1Xvw A personal favorite.
Does anyone have songs similar to this: https://youtu.be/XsvGWBduBOk I like my late work nights to feel a little dangerous/odd.
Okayu - flos https://youtu.be/4muYzftomAE Nyanners - SEISO https://youtu.be/spi6yOS6zy4 Nhato - Jupiter Junction https://youtu.be/1sNtyKA87oo I made a point to listen to a bunch of symphonies over the last couple months, trying to develop some appreciation for purity and form in these times of corruption and dissolution. Not sure if it worked; on the one hand, I still rate these things by whether it sounds like a Williams score, but after awhile I also found myself listening to Uematsu and such with a somewhat more critical ear. If you'd like a recommendation from this exercise, I'll offer Bruckner's 6th: https://youtu.be/KGRiyyqwYuA because it's main, big, loud motif has the feel of an epic adventure film, I thought. And also Beethoven's 9th. I couldn't help feeling the joy. >>1558 Cool. I hadn't listened to anything huehueian in quite a while. Some years ago I found a lot of joy in CAZUZA's Vai à Luta, covers of Corcovado, and a lot of other 70s/80s stuff I can't remember. >>1654 This is unexpectedly delightful. >>1702 Konami, eh? I've never heard that, though I guess it comes from Silent Hill. Dangerous and night makes me think Vampire the Masquerade: Bloodlines. Especially the Santa Monica theme, though that's a lot cleaner and comfier than the dissonant track you posted. Maybe darksynth in general? I've always liked Carpenter Brut for my night runs through junkieland. https://youtu.be/UcChyvEUo-o
>>39 Discovered Klaus Schulze recently, it's really relaxing. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UkXeOMSwdZQ
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rediscovered this nice track hope /late/ would like it too https://soundcloud.com/essayessay/essay-and-coma-deceptive
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https://hexsystem.bandcamp.com/album/solutions this guy's pretty great, comfy animator and music creator


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