• The "Suggest me some music"-thread V2
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[QUOTE=Hakita;36121620]You should give Caravan Palace a shot *youtube*[/QUOTE] Thanks man, exactly what I was looking for!
[video=youtube;P5-2-jD-42Q]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P5-2-jD-42Q[/video] [video=youtube;ig5y6lBjcqY]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ig5y6lBjcqY[/video] Need some more songs like this, really happy beats with amazing flow
Looking to test out my new subs with some heavy beats. No dubstep and preferably something hip-hop.
Some tech death/thrash like Vektor, Death, or Atheist?
Something similar to Kings of Convenience, withstanding Simon and Garfunkel. [media]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UBtjik6uYrY[/media]
Hit me up with the best electro house songs you got please! Would love to find more similar to The M Machine and the likes.
throw good math rock at me, i've been developing a thing for mathy stuff recently, so share me whatever
[QUOTE=Systema;36443229]throw good math rock at me, i've been developing a thing for mathy stuff recently, so share me whatever[/QUOTE] The Speed of Sound in Seawater [media]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=848ELdnp1-k&noredirect=1[/media] All of their albums are free on their bandcamp [url]http://thespeedofsoundinseawater.bandcamp.com/[/url] And if for some reason you haven't listened to This Town Needs Guns yet... [media]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IhPljk5EZ0Q[/media] [editline]22nd June 2012[/editline] More good shit: [media]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vzejmpw5kcM&feature=related[/media] [media]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bNIfdHAyGp0[/media] [media]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a1nrtRLhvuQ[/media] Last one is more post-rock but it's a bit mathy.
[QUOTE=Systema;36443229]throw good math rock at me, i've been developing a thing for mathy stuff recently, so share me whatever[/QUOTE] toe, and give Battles' Mirrored another listen. :-)
I am mostly listening to Muse, Rage Against the Machine and a few tracks of System Of A Down. I know it's a weird combination but what are some bands similar to those
[QUOTE=superstepa;36452070]I am mostly listening to Muse, Rage Against the Machine and a few tracks of System Of A Down. I know it's a weird combination but what are some bands similar to those[/QUOTE] Try Radiohead for similar stuff to Muse. They're only really similar to Muse's early stuff, though
I'd like to hear some rapping similar to Del or Atmosphere Those two rap in a way that is very very clear to me so I enjoy them a lot more than other rappers
I mainly listen to game soundtracks, the Beatles and daft punk, I do not like Auto Tune or Dupstep, so this might be a challenge, any recommendation?
[QUOTE=Xonax;36457709]I mainly listen to game soundtracks, the Beatles and daft punk, I do not like Auto Tune or Dupstep, so this might be a challenge, any recommendation?[/QUOTE] You seem young, wanting a start on a fresh slate: 1. Get to yourself to [url]http://rateyourmusic.com/[/url] and [url]http://www.last.fm[/url] so we can talk more 2. Browse: [url]http://www.facepunch.com/showthread.php?t=941755[/url] , [url]http://www.facepunch.com/showthread.php?t=1075550[/url] , [url]http://www.facepunch.com/showthread.php?t=1169377[/url] 3. Obtain albums by a good method, stream them if you WANT but I recommend a better resource. Just grab using your instinct imo. The world is there.
[QUOTE=Goobert;36456922]I'd like to hear some rapping similar to Del or Atmosphere Those two rap in a way that is very very clear to me so I enjoy them a lot more than other rappers[/QUOTE] For Atmosphere try Macklemore, Mac Lethal, and P.O.S.
I'm looking to hear some classical music in the joyful, jubilant style of Mozart. And when I say classical, I don't mean it just as orchestral music. I'm saying that music from the classical era would be preferable. AK'z, I know you could probably help me with that. Here's an example of stuff I'm looking for: [video=youtube;t7dWkI9H9fw]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t7dWkI9H9fw&feature=relmfu[/video] (the section at 3:11) Just stuff like that. Thanks in advance. (AK'z I know you could help me out with this)
[QUOTE=Crimptor;36458110]I'm looking to hear some classical music in the joyful, jubilant style of Mozart. And when I say classical, I don't mean it just as orchestral music. I'm saying that music from the classical era would be preferable. AK'z, I know you could probably help me with that. Here's an example of stuff I'm looking for: [video=youtube;t7dWkI9H9fw]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t7dWkI9H9fw&feature=relmfu[/video] (the section at 3:11) Just stuff like that. Thanks in advance. (AK'z I know you could help me out with this)[/QUOTE] I didn't know I put out a vibe that I was a classical expert. :v: [url]http://www.facepunch.com/showthread.php?t=1100123[/url] there are a lot more knowledgeable people from that thread, give them a shout. however, I think I can still grab something you may like: [media]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q7vuat-5dv8[/media]
[QUOTE=Xonax;36457709]I mainly listen to game soundtracks, the Beatles and daft punk, I do not like Auto Tune or Dupstep, so this might be a challenge, any recommendation?[/QUOTE] Check out the recommendation thread or the album rating thread and take your pick. It's hard to give any specific recommendations based on just The Beatles and Daft Punk. Also, is it auto-tune being used to perfect vocals that you hate, or the sound of the effect it makes? (E.G. in Cher's Believe) I personally dislike the idea of Auto-Tune being used to make vocals sound perfect, but I find when it's used as an effect it can sound quite nice. There's some nice music that uses it for the effect that you'd be shutting yourself out of by not going near anything with auto-tune
I hate auto-tune since they don't bother to hide the fact in music, I don't mind them using it, just when it is so obvious I don't like it.
I liked 808s and Heartbreak. It's meant to be obvious because that's the point.
I'm not sure if auto-tune is what The Weeknd uses but if it is he uses it perfectly
try listening to james blake
A lot of the time Auto-Tune is used it's meant to be obvious, like here: [media]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H7zhpMbRoUs#[/media] It gives the electronic tone to their voices, and really helps their voices to fit into the music better. The voices wouldn't mix with the music nearly as well without the auto-tune
yeah the japs are supreme at using vocalisers.
This site pretty much sums it up [url]http://nuance.tumblr.com/post/156534437/auto-tune-doesnt-have-to-suck[/url] [editline]23rd June 2012[/editline] Dammit AK'z. Broke my automerge
[QUOTE=hugarh;36459354]A lot of the time Auto-Tune is used it's meant to be obvious, like here: [media]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H7zhpMbRoUs#[/media] It gives the electronic tone to their voices, and really helps their voices to fit into the music better. The voices wouldn't mix with the music nearly as well without the auto-tune[/QUOTE] I don't mind it fitting in with music, but there are certain types of music that my ears say "no", even if it is meant, also I like that song now, might check the rest.
[media]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oOT2-OTebx0[/media] posting an actual song because im curious about what you think about this
[QUOTE=kitteh-nator;36459442][media]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oOT2-OTebx0[/media] posting an actual song because im curious about what you think about this[/QUOTE] There is a limit to the type of music I like, I do not like these types of music.
That's not a good example he chose to show what he does with autotune. Gimme a sec.
I was gonna post Lindisfarne at first but that one is kinda overdoing it.
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