Mar 13, 2015 at 8:46 PM
I am not disgusting or inverted!Paths said:pummel is post-mainstream music
you have to remember that he's absolutely disgusting inverted hipster trash
As much as i love rock and its many sub-genres, there are plenty of awful rock acts (although we all have our own opinions over which those are.) Everyone likes their own music. Now, as i previously posted, I don't like most 21st century music, but actually there has always been awful music: create a spotify playlist for the nineties, and you will have a constant flow of TLC and Gangsta Rap. Try eighties and there will be plenty of overused synths in songs that all sound the same. Anyway, get the point? There has always been crap, in all genres. Even my beloved alternative rock.Pummelator said:It's a blank. Fill in the blank.
"I'm a fan of WARP. At most times, I like what they would have to offer with their selection of talented, creative producers. Some of them aren't my taste, but names like Boards of Canada or Nightmares on Wax make me happy inside. Granted, I've always had this subtle narcissistic vibe from most of the producers in WARP, but for me, it can easily be ignored. Garbage is by far my most favorite album from Autechre. Autechre isn't very easy to get into at first, especially if you're jumping right in trying to listen to their more recent albums. Unlike their recent complex albums like "Oversteps" or "Quaristice", their older works such as "Inaculabula" or "LP5" host some pretty rock solid beats with some mind-warping ambient synths. What I really like about early Autechre is how their tracks always seem to slowly evolve organically, like slightly twitching the tempo or flattening a beat and merging it seamlessly with other sounds. "Garbage" is a beautiful EP, and I'd recommend this be the first album to start with. All the tracks in "Garbage" are just that; a virtual trashcan filled to the brim with broken sound data slowly elevating and taking over, forming into beautiful and emotional compositions. Their most recognized track, "Vletrmx" is the grand finale to the EP.. and it's mind blowing. "
OH YEAH I saw these on his Twitter / SoundCloud when they came out. Never got around to giving them a proper listen though, so thanks for the reminder. It's great to see him doing orchestral stuff now though. Apollo 11 sounds totally grand, gotta love the piano in that.So, I really want to share with everyone a (fairly) new year-long music project by Adam Young, called Adam Young Scores. Each month of 2016 (excluding January), he has been, and will be, releasing a music score based on his interpretation of historical events.
As of writing, there are three: Apollo 11, RMS Titanic, and the Spirit of St. Louis. I think all of these sound fantastic so far, and there will be more to come, on the first of every coming month, until next year.
I strongly urge you, if you have the free time, to listen to these. I think you will like them.