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|>>|| No. 10582
The last thread ate all of my ram and crashed my browser when I tried to open it, so here is a new thread.
|>>|| No. 10583
This has been stuck in my head lately, whatever it is.
|>>|| No. 10585
Sorry for the tangent but I wonder if the people in the tower block were thinking
>Stop trying to look "urban" you berk, you're plainly not from here
because that's what I think when people film outside of mine semi-regularly.
|>>|| No. 10594
I'm glad they are still putting videos up for this album because it really is a work of art that holds a mirror up to different modern societies. Žižek did a good introduction to the bands underlying philosophy before the performance they did in North Korea where he points out that it is not just tongue and cheek but really lifts off the mask that hides totalitarianism:
|>>|| No. 10599
She became a drug-addled self-parody, but just sit back and marvel at this set of pipes:
|>>|| No. 10600
My favourite song for when I can't sleep. I really need to stop drinking coffee in the evening but it tastes so damn nice.
|>>|| No. 10614
I was so close. I left the v= part in, that's why.
Thank you. I hope a mod comes in to delete my posts.
|>>|| No. 10617
This is my favourite tune in the whole world. I have listened to it hundreds of times, often on continuous repeat.
|>>|| No. 10618
I normally skip past this thread on /*/, but your comment made me listen to this track, and you are right. It's wonderful.
|>>|| No. 10619
The album it comes from, Selected Ambient Works 85-92 is worth your time. The soundstage, the number of layers, the overlapping back beats, just awesome in every way.
How can it be over twenty years old?
|>>|| No. 10620
The description is perfect for creating the mood of the song:
>The first time I heard this song I was on a balcony while a typhoon was coming into town and a potted plant fell off and smashed in the courtyard four stories below my feet. I smoked a cigarette which lasted the exact length of this song, and as the rain came in I felt at peace with the weather.
|>>|| No. 10623
At work right now it seems like things are just going round in circles and we're just repeating the same conversations over and over.
|>>|| No. 10634
It's from the soundtrack to a game called * Eufloria* which I picked up in the Steam sale.
|>>|| No. 10637
I think I know where Marnie gets her look from now.
|>>|| No. 10641
I was pretty surprised by how good this sounds considering all the talk around the new album. If I set out to do the best work I've ever done I assure you that it will be completely pants and I might never finish.
|>>|| No. 10642
I can't remember if I might have posted this in a previous beat thread.
|>>|| No. 10645
Hard to believe this was released nearly a decade ago.
|>>|| No. 10650
A lot of people don't realise that the English folk tradition and the American blues tradition are intimately linked. Sea shanties are actually of African origin - British and Irish sailors learned the work songs of freed slaves when working the transatlantic trade routes in the early 19th century. Many blues songs are based on traditional songs of the British Isles.
The connection is often difficult to recognise, but once in a while you hear it in vivid technicolour.
|>>|| No. 10653
Friday evening. ✔
Morrisons finest wine. ✔
Overly complex prog metal. ✔
This is what makes life worth living.
(Oh and stargazer too)
|>>|| No. 10655
Amazing songwriting. Can't believe I only just discovered them.
|>>|| No. 10658
>music video in a bar inspired by the westworld tv show which was inspired by the film westworld which was inspired by a book which was inspired by theme parks which were inspired by the old west as shown in movies which were inspired by some vague idea of the real old west, where they're performing an old fashioned style cover of a slightly less old song
baudrillard would have a rate good giggle
|>>|| No. 10661
Heard this in a pub in Manchester a few years ago, and every now and again it pops into my head. It makes me feel like I'm trapped in a vaporwave-style universe where the 90s never ended.
The piece by this band that most fits that idea, however, is this:
|>>|| No. 10662
Wrong thread m8.
Also, if McGregor goes the distance I will eat a boxing glove (10oz only, no Mexican or horsehair gloves). The lad is pure craic, but he's going to get his head knocked off like the wobbliest coconut at a village fete.
That's all for tonight on BBC2, so now we hand you over to pages from Ceefax.
|>>|| No. 10665
The most unlikely sex symbol in the history of music:
|>>|| No. 10666
I used to love waiting until after 1 o'clock on BBC 2 to read about a fatal landslide in Burma to funky Ceefax Jazz.
|>>|| No. 10673
I didn't know Apollo 440 did a cover of the theme to Lost In Space but it's brilliant.
|>>|| No. 10675
It is the remake's theme. I just realised, the above is the official theme to the remake. I know most fa.gs are ... older, but I'm of the age to have only seen the remake.
Spiders and nuclear walls or some shit.
|>>|| No. 10676
Heavy pressure is weighing on me.
I push it aside lightly with a flip.
Pushed to the ground with pressure.
I kick myself up high with a flip.
Pressure that's painting everything blue.
I slip through easily with a flip.
Being cut with cruel pressure.
Be strong and laugh it off with a flip.
A popping cracker/firework,
A spinning record,
A strumming guitar,
Step on the flanger,
An echoing speaker,
A sounding heater,
Don’t let the flanger stop,
Let’s get excited and do a flip.
I was going to comment that it wasn't the worst movie to come out in 98 but double checking it aside from Godzilla it was an absolutely cracking year for movies. It even has what is my all time favourite film:
Goddamn it why does everything seem so shit compared to the 90s?
|>>|| No. 10679
This is really nice. What's this kind of music called? Where can I find more?
|>>|| No. 10682
I keep meaning to compile a list for you but I'm a bit drunk and I've just done a 19 hour shift. >>10681 is right though, but the genre has a wide spectrum.
|>>|| No. 10684
That's funny, but I feel like they could have done more to the performance to make it worth sticking around for. Also lose the first 30 seconds.
|>>|| No. 10686
Possibly one of the best songs to pick yourself back up after you hit a brick wall.
|>>|| No. 10688
Promise to get around to it. Just been working long hours, drinking and being quite depressed. Busy busy.
|>>|| No. 10689
Man, Kano. I remember his debut, it wasn't all that bad as grime goes. This has better beats.
|>>|| No. 10701
That's a beautifully shot video and as you say, damn good piano. Why isn't more piano shot like that?
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