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101 Name: Anonymous : 2015-04-02 20:30
I've been listening to this fellas music lately:
https://www.youtube.com/user/ThereIsARain/videos

I came across his Youtube channel by accident and there is like a ton of tracks and most of them are really rough around the edges, but they are just fun to listen to.
102 Name: Anonymous : 2015-05-05 18:20
http://midnightsnacks.fm/

Midnight Snacks is a weekly two-hour stream run by WT Snacks. I find it enjoyable, and it's a nice way to discover new music.
103 Name: Anonymous : 2015-05-06 14:47
tricot

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TZjTXh_zaXc
104 Name: Anonymous : 2015-05-09 09:21
Lullatone finally released a spring album!

https://lullatone.bandcamp.com/album/the-sounds-of-spring-ep
105 Name: Anonymous : 2015-05-12 00:28
Anyone here into PC Music?

www.youtube.com/watch?v=z6_ikWlJu_0

I haven't been able to listen to anything else for weeks.
106 Name: Anonymous : 2015-05-13 11:00
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RhYwLDkxJYA
107 Name: Anonymous : 2015-05-15 17:17
Ryuryu is up there with whoo
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WHfzJOiKWGw
108 Name: Anonymous : 2015-08-03 11:41
Free Icelandic folk punk.
https://arstidir.bandcamp.com/album/rst-ir-live-in-dresden-2013-free-download-includes-heyr-himna-smi-ur
109 Name: Anonymous : 2015-08-06 21:21
The Miracles - I Gotta Dance to Keep From Crying

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oGe-kaqty8E
110 Name: Anonymous : 2015-08-13 20:06
🍓
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SlFQ2q8skVk
111 Name: Anonymous : 2015-08-17 22:34
Some Moondog song.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7AG2YkX4TPY

I find it really calming, like many of his songs, I really like his instrumental stuff.
112 Name: Anonymous : 2015-08-21 14:54
>>111
Nice track, thanks. Hadn't heard of him before.
113 Name: Anonymous : 2015-08-23 11:26
HEALTH – DEATH MAGIC
https://www.youtube.com/watch?list=PLqqt6eDhR17a2_aj2xPYLQTdwlz7D6pzj&v=ojgp1K3NJz0&feature=player_detailpage
114 Name: Anonymous : 2016-01-06 19:01
e;in is pretty great!
https://meatcubelabel.bandcamp.com/album/season-for-reading
115 Name: Anonymous : 2016-01-11 09:48
Well shit, you guys. David Bowie's dead.
116 Name: Anonymous : 2016-01-11 15:06
I like classical music that's happy and continuous, like Bach's. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6JQm5aSjX6g
But when I check other composers, I have trouble finding similar stuff.
117 Name: Anonymous : 2016-01-25 20:11
>>116
What you are looking for is Baroque Music.
118 Name: Anonymous : 2016-02-15 12:58
https://artishardrecords.bandcamp.com/album/the-pink-noise
Someone linked me to this and its pretty good, but too expensive to buy right now.
119 Name: Anonymous : 2016-02-25 14:43
>>31

Vaporwave, especially stuff by death's dynamic shroud.wmv
It's good stuff.
120 Name: Anonymous : 2016-03-04 02:54
Blossoms on a Moonlit River in Spring (春江花月夜)
It's bretty gud :DDD
Here's a link:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lykgg5phVJE
121 Name: Anonymous : 2016-03-06 16:13
How do I get into classical music?
122 Name: Anonymous : 2016-03-06 17:54
>>121
Begin to listen to anything you think sounds cool and go on from there.
123 Name: Anonymous : 2016-03-06 23:46
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RlDCv4zkYPQ
124 Name: Anonymous : 2016-03-08 19:17
I always find myself coming back to this. https://soundcloud.com/jan-amit/sleep-to-awake
125 Name: Anonymous : 2016-03-09 20:22
>>122
Just like that? No need to study fancy music theory before?
126 Name: Anonymous : 2016-03-10 03:05
>>125
Sure, but it might help to get a general idea of the different styles of classical music like chamber music, concerto, and sonata.
http://www.good-music-guide.com/articles/styles.htm
The link might help too.
127 Name: Anonymous : 2016-03-14 17:05
I've been listening to some bossa lately. Helps me get comfy.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F016NbHwszE
128 Name: Anonymous : 2016-03-15 11:03
>>127
Thank you for that!

I've been listening to Jazz Samba recently, it's nice to have some more bossa nova stuff to listen to.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kO1oB9fgpFc
129 Name: Anonymous : 2016-05-23 08:14
Beethoven in Chiptunes.

Piano Sonata No.8 "Pathetique" in C Minor, Op. 13 - Beethoven, Ludwig van [2A03+, FamiTracker]

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v-gdIjKd7Ic
130 Name: Anonymous : 2016-05-23 08:25
>>39

I'm listening to Star I never Caught because I missed seeing Mars last night.
131 Name: Anonymous : 2016-05-24 21:31
>>129
That's pretty cool.
132 Name: Anonymous : 2016-06-10 18:13
Duster is a post rock band I like. Geogaddi, A Beautiful Place Out In The Country BoC albums. The ambient AFX songs like "I", and "Lichen". Marcoss 82-99. Tons of idolm@ster music.
133 Name: Anonymous : 2016-06-11 00:57
I found some Mongolian throat singing that's pretty cool.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1rmo3fKeveo
134 Name: Anonymous : 2016-06-13 04:32
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=65IEpamPCuM
Elephant Gym.
135 Name: Anonymous : 2016-06-16 10:39
Did I post this? https://meatcubelabel.bandcamp.com/album/season-for-reading
136 Name: Anonymous : 2016-06-30 18:29
http://www.dreamstate.to/mp3s.htm
I found this a long time ago and loved it. The page design is nice and simple and the music is relaxing, especially "Clearing". It's hard to find much from the band on the internet though.
137 Name: Anonymous : 2016-07-01 14:39
Geotic is one of my favorites, Unwind is my favroite track of hers/his.
https://geotic.bandcamp.com/track/unwind
138 Name: Anonymous : 2016-07-03 21:43
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zzYjU1izZws
I listened to this while taking lsd for the first time, really great album
139 Name: Anonymous : 2016-08-25 22:23
Is there anything like "modern baroque music" or has the genre died?
Also, is there any good classical music mixtures? Classical+rock? Classical+electronic?
140 Name: Anonymous : 2016-08-28 17:18
>>139 there's plenty of the latter out there, try some less-experimental Steve Reich, Ryuchi Sakamoto, Alva Noto, Max Ritcher, some Brian Eno, here's a few examples;

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=plL2VDAoThU
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tWXAP_L3pZg
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1E4Bjt_zVJc
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lYeP8a_Y_0A
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U78dL8SDExw (I do like this album a lot)

I'm hoping that someone points out my awful taste and introduces some cool artists out to me. Also, anyone who's into breakbeat stuff might enjoy a poke around my soundcloud;

https://soundcloud.com/rosecolourmagic/
141 Name: Anonymous : 2016-10-03 05:08
here's some eclectic obscure-ish comfysad tunes for my fellow wanderers, lookin for warmth.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F_-HqcGo5SI
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pgUOj0mFJcE
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-YP3pIPp8P8
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FTau_1KI4gQ
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qMZZ1XeOHTQ
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=99wYcVEPqW0
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xstRIuVEpw8
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T2cxxiU6TzQ
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LxoxKzYzSsw
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NsIA0mKoNx8
142 Name: Anonymous : 2016-10-03 16:02
>>141
I like these, thanks.
143 Name: Anonymous : 2016-10-03 17:16
Who here likes Byzantine music?
I do.
Here are some links.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xT6QyONw3o4 - Russian Byzantine
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bfhYMmx-ySQ - Really well done hymn
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=feu2owd0MsY - This one's in English
144 Name: Anonymous : 2016-10-08 04:53
>>115
Prince
Maurice White
Don Buchla
the list goes on... Rest In Peace
145 Name: Anonymous : 2016-10-10 04:59
Loess
Bloc Party
Mosaic.WAV
Burial
Melo9
146 Name: Anonymous : 2016-10-10 06:56
I've been listening to a lot of Talking Heads almost exclusively lately. I've gone through '77, More Songs About Buildings And Food, Fear of Music, Remain in Light, and Speaking in Tongues. There's a lot of really good stuff. The pre-Remain-in-Light albums are pretty good too, but they change so much during and after that one album that I mentally categorize them into pre-RIL and post-RIL.

The earlier albums are really good, tense and anxious, and at their best the lyrics a really poignant attempt to reach out to other people while suffering disconnect and anxiety (Who is it?, The Book I Read, Artists Only), even with humor (Animals from Fear of Music is a parody/paranoid rant against animals, pets, wildlife). Sometimes Byrne gets too full of himself though, and the lyrics become shallow, petty, and selfish. e.g., in Talking Heads' "The Big Country" he spends the whole time complaining about rural America while flying over it and ends the song by broadly dismissing every person who doesn't live in a city: "I wouldn't live there even if you paid me / It's not even worth talking / about those people down there." Of the first 3 albums, I think the weakest is Fear of Music (it has a weird 90's alt-rock vibe that I don't really dig) and the best is '77 with its pared-down and incredible about-to-snap tension that makes even a repetitive song like Who Is It? sound good.

RIL itself is a real masterpiece of an album. It's not "personal" like the earlier albums, but I find it's way more empathic (I think Seen And Not Seen is a really haunting tribute to insecurity and WANTING to fit in and be like other people, Once In A Lifetime is a thoughtful, emotionally straightforward, and sympathetic wondering about a kind of existential drudgery or tedium) and even the tense songs at the beginning are way beyond anything on the first albums. The addition of Byrne's pseudo-chanting/pseudo-preaching style is just incredible too. The Great Curve is simultaneously intensely ominous and energetic (Night must fall now / Darker, Darker! / She is moving by remote control), which is a great musical feat to listen to.

Even though I feel some of the earlier albums can get petty and selfish and lack empathy (one song includes the sarcastic line about how he feels when people visit his apartment: "I'll put down what I'm doing, my friends are important."), they're really made up for by his later and solo albums. The album Everything That Happens Will Happen Today is an authentic and hopeful-in-the-face-of-hopelessness look at a sort of middle-class/suburban grindstone that is a complete reversal of his thoughts and ideas in songs like "The Big Country" that are entirely dismissive of that same lifestyle, with a lot of great songs like the title-track, Life is Long (my favorite of the album), Home, and Strange Overtones.

I Should Watch TV, although it sounds like it should be another 90s-edgy-style "haha stupid sheeple" is such an empathic reaching out towards other human beings he can't understand (The more I lost myself / The more it set me free / How am I not your brother? / How are you not like me?). His later work can get sad, but he's not sappy about it and presents an incredibly mature development from his earlier thought. I really love how you can trace his development from the first album in the '70s to his later stuff in the 2000s. It's poignant, sympathetic, and it's very easy for me to relate to his songs about trying to reach out and understand others (and occasionally failing, but continuing to be hopeful).

Sorry for the musical rant, but I've been listening to this music a lot and I think about it a lot too.
147 Name: Anonymous : 2016-10-10 12:22
Popul Vuh makes really relaxing new age music if you are into religious-themed stuff.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=05A-LRoAzUc
148 Name: Anonymous : 2016-10-11 04:55
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_mkiGMtbrPM
Puresu habu naice daiyu!
149 Name: Anonymous : 2016-10-14 07:18
>>144
Speaking of Don Buchla, I am very much enjoying the recent release of some 1975 live performances by Suzanne Ciani on Finders Keepers.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qCfRqIqnSNY - Concert At WBAI Free Music Store
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2Q9viWqNWhk - Concert At Phil Niblock's Loft
150 Name: Anonymous : 2016-10-28 19:48
http://phillipwilkerson.bandcamp.com/album/waking-across-the-river
151 Name: Anonymous : 2016-11-06 14:31
As a sort of multi-recommendation:

http://everynoise.com/engenremap.html

Really neat tool for finding new music to listen to. Click on the genres to hear a sample, and click on the little arrow to the right to view artists related to the genre.
152 Name: Anonymous : 2016-11-17 04:47
I have to listen to a lot of my music slowed down or de pitched for it to sound right for me. When it gets to the point where the original version will sound off or even new. I think I have tinnitus also.

If you are into downtempo, ambient, & drones. I highly recommend here
www.astrangelyisolatedplace.com/ambient-electronica-mixes/
153 Name: Anonymous : 2016-11-19 03:06
>>144
add Sharon Jones to the list. :(
154 Name: Anonymous : 2016-11-22 00:52
>>152
Yeah I like to slow down music aswell (and sometimes increase the pace*). I don't do it with all music but when I hear something that I just KNOW will sound better slower/faster then I can spend a lot of time trying to find that sweet sweet sweetspot
155 Name: Anonymous : 2016-11-22 23:11
Found this not too long ago, and I really liked it. https://soundcloud.com/dark_cat/maple-adventure
156 Name: Anonymous : 2016-11-27 00:44
Autechre live recording in Budapest 7/11/2016 courtesy of DSPH Sounds. Much love and respect to them.

https://archive.org/details/AutechreOneSixTour-BudapestHU-07-11-16

youtube/soundcloud/mixcloud links there if you prefer to listen that way.
157 Name: Anonymous : 2016-11-28 15:46
>>156
Yes! Haven't listened to this set yet, but Elseq and the related live material is all just incredible.
158 Name: Anonymous : 2016-12-10 23:10
Kjartan Sveinsson's Credo has been playing on repeat in my apartment
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3UNw1jM08kE
159 Name: Anonymous : 2016-12-11 05:53
Отава Ё is a cool Russian band I found, I don't know if it's folk or rock. Here's a great song called Сумецкая:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0JQ0xnJyb0A
160 Name: Anonymous : 2016-12-11 06:24
Gimmick warning, but I can't stop listening
Super Sonic Racing - Otamatone Deluxe Cover
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tf5k6ndcNPY
161 Name: Anonymous : 2016-12-21 18:56
>>160
Haha, what the hell is that?
162 Name: Anonymous : 2016-12-23 08:25
>>160
The girl's pretty cute.
163 Name: Anonymous : 2016-12-23 22:20
TOP NOTCH CHILLHOP COMING THROUGH
https://bopalloy.bandcamp.com/album/substantial-marcus-d-are-bop-alloy-deluxe-edition
164 Name: Anonymous : 2016-12-24 23:07
r/a/dio festivities for today and new years eve.
http://r-a-d.io/
165 Name: Anonymous : 2016-12-25 23:50
>>164
I was listening last night, and they played Aya Hisakawa singing Jingle Bells. It was wonderful.
166 Name: Anonymous : 2016-12-28 08:10
>>72
>>74

Had forgotten about this game, good soutrack. LRD are great, I remember it had a ruth white song based on a baudelaire poem
167 Name: Anonymous : 2017-05-05 18:14
I recently discovered this and upon listening to it just now it was good enough that I am now listening to it again.

https://www.lolicore.ch/archive/The%20Worst%20Label/%5BWORST-001%5D%20Minogame%20-%20Kigakari%20no%20Kokoro
168 Name: Anonymous : 2017-05-05 21:24
>>167
I couldn't swear to having heard that specifically, but I used to love lolicore. Bloody Vomit Bukkake and Goreshit are probably my favorites.
169 Name: Anonymous : 2017-05-09 16:13
>>168
Bloody Vomit Bukkake and Goreshit
Good taste, Anonymous!
Everyone into lolicore knows about Goreshit, right? He's still good though.
BVB's "WTF a Loli in my Sushi?" was the first lolicore track that really stood out to me. BVB in general really stands out to me in a good way, both his sound and his aesthetics.
170 Name: Anonymous : 2017-05-09 22:33
I like nyaso. And RVFS.
171 Name: Anonymous : 2017-05-10 00:57
>>169
BVB sound and aesthetics
I love how he took what was essentially a joke genre and elevated the production values to the point where it sounded like "good" music. I think Electronic Loli Music is my favorite from BVB. I should google him and see if he's done anything recently.
172 Name: Anonymous : 2017-05-11 16:09
>>171
I should google him and see if he's done anything recently.
He hasn't. He gave up lolicore in like 2013 T_T. Imagine discovering an artist you really like and then discovering that they've already quit. I think he still makes music under a different name but I just don't like it the same.
173 Name: Anonymous : 2017-05-11 20:16
>>172
Oh. That's too bad.
Yeah, it really sucks to find out you're not gonna get any more new music from someone you enjoy. Especially if they quit at the peak of their ability/creativity.
174 Name: Anonymous : 2017-10-04 00:15
I've been getting really into Puffy. Splurge is my favorite album so far.
Here they are covering Green Day: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7NvVMO44jOM
175 Name: Anonymous : 2017-10-19 08:38
I've recently discovered a bootleg live performance of a band I really like that was recorded with songs that I've never heard, and a lot of variety on the ones I already know. It's the Velvet Underground playing at Valley Dale Ballroom in 1966. Here's one of the songs that was played differently than on the album, Run Run Run from The Velvet Underground and Nico https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xw6ATQgMU5g It has a cooler, laid back vibe to it than the album version.
I'm pretty happy I found this.
176 Name: Anonymous : 2017-11-05 01:35
I've really been enjoying Brazilian music lately, mostly Bossa Nova and MPB. Currently I'm trying to dig deeper than the handful of popular names (mostly successful in the USA because they collaborated with American musicians like Stan Getz) but I'm having difficulty finding good resources since I don't speak Portuguese.

My latest favorite is the album "F.C." by Novos Baianos, it gets me movin' & groovin' with a smile on my face every time I put it on.

>>175
That's pretty neat. I've never listened to anything by them outside of their self titled and & Nico, I should probably give the rest of their stuff a spin.
177 Name: Anonymous : 2017-11-05 15:29
I havn't flogged HASAMI group on enough different sites yet.
I suppose its more or less japanese noise-rock, but it has a special sort of melancholic feeling too sometimes, that resonates with the feelings from when I was hikki.
the bittersweetness of a high school anime OP melody put to screeching noise that sounds like its being played on a broken stereo, with lyrics about... Well, im not sure exactly what its about enough to say, even though I can get through the lyrics, with translation. It seems to fit though.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lhQC-17yFxM
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6PvQZAhz5MY this is good too.
>>174
They had that american cartoon a while ago, right? I remember seeing it when I was younger.
178 Name: Anonymous : 2017-11-05 23:51
>>177
Yeah, Puffy had a cartoon back when they were really popular, although I've never seen it. On the one hand, I'm curious about an American TV show based on foreign celebrities. On the other hand, I don't imagine it's very good.

I hadn't heard of HASAMI group, but I like what you posted. I'll have to try to turn up some of their albums.
179 Name: Anonymous : 2017-11-06 00:43
>>178
Ive found their full albums dont catch on as quickly as a couple of their songs. Theyr'e still good, I Like しか alot for example, but it took a little warming up to.
Their albums+download links are all on
http://iaodaisuke.web.fc2.com/hasamigroup/sound.html
and apparantly new ones will go on https://hasamigroupongen.tumblr.com/ it seems.
though there are a couple with dead links, and one that they charged for, is 'sold out', and I cant find anywhere. the one that had 病気が治ったら on it. one of their best. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CQ-DZfQhXcc (´;ω;`)
as for the Puffy cartoon, I dont remember whether or not it was any good, but I do recall that when showed it they asked, "why'd they make us lesbians?"
180 Name: Anonymous : 2017-11-06 05:58
>>179
Thanks for those links. I spent some time on Google earlier and only came up with one album for my trouble. I'm off work for the next couple days, so it'll be nice to chill and listen to some new music.

"why'd they make us lesbians?"
I think I might have to watch it now.
181 Name: Anonymous : 2017-11-09 02:51
>>179
hello nig
only found this terrible website but im mad now
please dont share things like hasami to strangers on the internet unless you're for sure they're good people
I'm sick of you people who like a thing but in the process of sharing the thing rape it.
happening right now to my favourite board.
i don't want to see HASAMI go to hell
the album you want is easy to find too normalfag.
go die or wise up quick you fuck.
182 Name: Anonymous : 2017-11-09 02:58
>>179
what do you think gives you the right?
you probably dont, walk around day to day you dont and you don't think do you?
im horny let me cum
i like music let me share
in 100 years both of us are dead but you're corpse is rotting disgusting how many people will think of you? just another hole in the ground with a corpse.
i said wise up quick but I now doubt it's possible with your kind. your skin flakes off your face exposing the repulsive ooze and puss. study hard in college have fun with your friends get a job get a girl settle down take it easy. better yet, go die.
183 Name: Anonymous : 2017-11-09 03:16
>>179
repulsive scum not deserving of the title human, no dignity, you grovel at the feet of men, why the government punishes those who execute your kind is beyond me, not hard workers, not smart philosophers, you leech off of those who work hard and go join your pig worms in your message board rat sewers where you take turns masturbating about the music you found and came on with your rancid decaying sperm. when i behold a site like the one before me right now i know something must be done, but all i can do is weep knowing you've won, what you've won you will never comprehend, but rest assured you've succeeded in destroying everything good, pure, you've thrusted your rusty std infected blade into the heart of a saint, and when he offers you forgiveness you piss on his grave and spit on his word. and his word was one that was good. what does that make you?
184 Name: Anonymous : 2017-11-09 03:19
>>179
please don't post about HASAMI group anymore.
185 Name: Anonymous : 2017-11-09 17:49
>>182
>>183
>>184
wtf??

>>179
I really like it, kinda reminds me of midori with the way it's so noisy. very charming.
186 Name: Anonymous : 2017-11-10 06:26
>>185
I should check out Midori one of these days. I enjoy some of their singer's solo stuff. In particular, she did a really cool version of Ai no Senshi from Sailor Moon for the 20th anniversary album.

>>184
>>183
>>182
>>181
Please go back to /b/ with your newfaggotry. This is a nice place.
187 Name: Anonymous : 2017-11-10 16:09
>>186
Fuck you, what's your motive for telling every dumb westerner on the face of the earth about HASAMI? Are you so much of an insecure faggot that you need something to be approved by your tribe before you can enjoy it? Or maybe it's that you just want people to think you're cool. Whatever it is, it's disgusting and extremely selfish. The fact that you're too incompetent and clueless to find their older albums proves you're the real newfaggot here. You only listen to music so you can project an image onto yourself, using it to disguise the fact that you're an empty husk with nothing interesting about you, to replace your lack of a personality, as a conversation starter, as a desperate attempt to connect to people so you don't feel so alone.
You're empty, you're dumb, narcissistic, extroverted and selfish.
please don't post about HASAMI group anymore.
188 Name:  ´Д`)ノ(´・ω・`) : 2017-11-10 17:54
>>187
You're thinking that different people are the same people.
I'm wondering what you mean about 青春時代 and flower being easy to find. I think wherever you found them must not be around anymore, or you think that some links you saw seeing if they could be found were authentic, when they werent really. I tried a lot of different terms in a meta-search engine, and looked at every even barely relevant result, and searched around them more, but all I found was long dead filesharing pages, and fraudulent links that led me to ads for usenet subscriptions. If thats wrong, I dont expect you to point to where they can be found, but It would be good of you.

Youre probably gonna get banned when the admin comes back but you should relax. Music isnt like a community, nothing about it changes depending on who else knows about it. I like HASAMI because it conveys feelings and moods like ones I remember well, and sings about such things, but that I rarely see in other art. I post about it because I hope someone can post similar things, or point me to where to find 青春時代 or flower. And if they cant, sharing something nice with a small community is nice, and actually making posts to such places is important, if people just lurk it dies.
189 Name: Anonymous : 2017-11-10 23:55
>>188
Just ignore him. He'll go away. In fact, I'm surprised he's still here.
190 Name: Anonymous : 2017-11-11 00:50
>>188
For whatever reason I feel a sense of ownership and entitlement when it comes to the things I like, and this mixed with my distrust and anger towards everybody probably due to my lack of friends and me being insecure makes me feel irrational anger and hatred when I see people sharing some of the more obscure artists I listen to, which is ironic considering that without the Internet's history of sharing data and information I wouldn't have access to or even knowledge of the majority of music I listen to. You're right in that it does not affect me in the slightest whether or not more people listen to it, unlike a messageboard or forum. Although I am afraid of artists I like gaining a large following in the west and having to run into shitty memes about them and normalfaggots circlejerking them in comment sections. I hope I've explained myself thoroughly, continue doing whatever you please.

I'm not spoonfeeding you, think of it as a right of passage.

>>189
Sorry for intruding into your safe space, it won't happen again Tumblr-kun.
191 Name: Anonymous : 2017-11-11 01:07
>>190
You know, you were talking about your favorite board being ruined by outsiders, at the same time as making shitposts like those in total disregard of this place, which you said you'd just found's, tone and culture. Hes not wrong to be dismissive.
Those artists probably already get all of that from japanese normals though. They're not any better than western ones you know. I dont know what other ones you listen to, but the quest for 青春時代 involved some japanese posts about them on instagram. And its not like everyone who uses 2ch is a truNEET hikki otaku, regarding the 2ch archive threads about them. When everythings published on the internet, on the web at that, there is no real obscurity, its a relative term.
192 Name: Anonymous : 2017-11-18 06:38
>>187
every westerner on the face of the earth
post office
hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm

i dont think its so bad to discuss obscure artists on obscure textboards

>>190
can i be your friend?
193 Name: Anonymous : 2017-11-19 02:06
>>190
[quote]Although I am afraid of artists I like gaining a large following in the west and having to run into shitty memes about them and normalfaggots circlejerking them in comment sections.[/quote]
(help page says bbcode works, I hope it is true)

I also am afraid of this happening, word for word. I revel in obscurity. I'm not sure I would say it's because I don't have a personality and I supplement it with my interests (like reddit douchebags would say); I think I've always been an outsider and I've searched long and hard to find the things I enjoy. I spent years developing my tastes and the context for understanding the things I like. When they become memes and everyone likes them, I know they don't understand it like I do! There's no way they could! I usually can't even hold a conversation with normal people about say Dark Souls, even though I've been a fan of From since before Demon's Souls. They never ever understand the actual appeal of the game and had to watch YouTube lore videos to even grasp that there was world building to begin with.

Sorry for rambling. It's nice when you meet other people who understand you. I've always been an outsider.
194 Name: Anonymous : 2017-11-20 01:12
>>192
There is not one righteous, no not one.
195 Name: Anonymous : 2017-11-20 19:23
>>192
every westerner on the face of the earth
post office
hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm
To be fair he did say that he hadn't "flogged HASAMI group on enough different sites yet".

can i be your friend?
When people say that on anonymous message boards they never really mean it.

>>193
It's an unhealthy characteristic to have for sure, but I don't think it can be helped.
196 Name: Anonymous : 2017-11-21 08:35
>>195
When people say that on anonymous message boards they never really mean it.

They mean it, just not the literal meaning.
197 Name: Anonymous : 2017-11-21 08:36
i just discovered this website, i hope you are friendly to newcomers. it's really comfy here.
198 Name: Anonymous : 2017-12-12 23:38
Just stumbled across a bunch of high quality ARIA tabs and I can't wait to try out a couple.
199 Name: Anonymous : 2018-02-23 11:45
Desu metal, anyone?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=12tSs7EuSmk

>>187
You described yourself beautifully in this post.
200 Name: Anonymous : 2018-02-26 15:39
>>199
Drudkh is pretty rad. I think my favorite record of theirs is probably Microcosmos, at least it's the one that I've listened to the most by them. I was really into digging for new black metal bands for a while, but I've sorta dropped out of it lately. Think I just got burned out, maybe I'll return some day. Some of my favorites are Nagelfar, Paysage d'Hiver, Endlichkeit, & Shaidar Logoth.

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