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HenryJLittlefinger
Jan 31, 2010

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glasnost toyboy posted:

Feels like I'm on a never ending quest to find something that hits me like ATW do, but thanks for the Wovenhand rec, that poo poo is dope.

The only solution is to just listen to ATW more. Their Bakers Dozen series is good and weird.

I have to be in a mood for Wovenhand but I really really like them. Refractory Obdurate is my favorite. If you want to go back to their roots, check out 16 Horsepower. It's more Gothic Americana, has more banjo, but you can really hear where the Wovenhand sound began.

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hatelull
Oct 29, 2004

Samsara Blues Experiment or Somali Yacht Club might scratch that itch, but yeah really the best option is to just binge ATW. Don't sleep on that Live in Brussels album either. That thing is fire.

Jack B Nimble
Dec 25, 2007


Soiled Meat
Sim City 3000 is one of my favorite soundtracks ever, but I don't even know where to begin to find more songs or bands that sound like Night Life, Sim Broadway, and UpDown town. "Jazz" is way too vague, but if anyone wants to give any of those three songs a listen and help me out, I'd appreciate it. If I had to pick one song to represent what I want, it'd be Sim Broadway one it gets going.

Jack B Nimble fucked around with this message at 21:46 on Mar 14, 2023

RC and Moon Pie
May 5, 2011

Jack B Nimble posted:

Sim City 3000 is one of my favorite soundtracks ever, but I don't even know where to begin to find more songs or bands that sound like Night Life, Sim Broadway, and UpDown town. "Jazz" is way too vague, but if anyone wants to give any of those three songs a listen and help me out, I'd appreciate it. If I had to pick one song to represent what I want, it'd be Sim Broadway one it gets going.

I hear more than a little Rhapsody in Blue influence in Sim Broadway.

Tricky Ed
Aug 18, 2010

It is important to avoid confusion. This is the one that's okay to lick.


Jack B Nimble posted:

Sim City 3000 is one of my favorite soundtracks ever, but I don't even know where to begin to find more songs or bands that sound like Night Life, Sim Broadway, and UpDown town. "Jazz" is way too vague, but if anyone wants to give any of those three songs a listen and help me out, I'd appreciate it. If I had to pick one song to represent what I want, it'd be Sim Broadway one it gets going.

Polygon made a video about the music from the Sims, which has a lot of the same roots. Apparently the composer has a lot of the music available on his site? Apologies if the embed fails, I'm phoneposting.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_LpVUi9TQ8U

Jack B Nimble
Dec 25, 2007


Soiled Meat
I like rhapsody in blue, but the Piano sections don't have the big, loud, upbeat energy I get from Sim Broadway. I'll check out the Polygon piece.

Edit: interesting interview about the Sims, which I'd never really played, but I gave the sound track a listen and it's not quite the same. Frustratingly, telling streaming services to play music similar to Sim City 3000 is just getting me various OSTs.


Edit: Oh, hey:

https://www.destructoid.com/how-simcity-made-me-fall-in-love-with-jazz/


Kraid posted:

If you like the soundtrack I could also direct you to some similar artists that greatly influenced the album such as: John Coltrane, Miles Davis (earlier work), Art Blakey, Sonny Rollins, Cannonball Adderley, Dave Brubeck, Herbie Hancock and Dexter Gordon.

Jack B Nimble fucked around with this message at 15:53 on Mar 15, 2023

Jippa
Feb 13, 2009
I would like some recommendations for music similar to this specific track. I have been listening to both kaytranda and little dragon and I can't find anything I like as much as this.

I'm very impressed by spotify's algorithm thingy because I don't really listen to any other music like this and it picked this specific track which I love. It has this really specific vibe.

Thanks.



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vl1DLGvH8Uk

Mollymauk
Apr 20, 2006
Does anyone have a recommendation for a music podcast, specifically one that is just music and not talking about music? Something like the now defunct 23 minutes of Ska. I'd prefer a wide swath of genres but if I needed to specify I'd be looking for hip hop, punk and metal.

Having a podcast that is just auto downloaded saves me when I'm not in service range and also removes the choice paralysis involved with picking a station in a streaming platform.

Thank you!

Uthor
Jul 9, 2006

Gummy Bear Heaven ... It's where I go when the world is too mean.
This isn't 100% what you are looking for, but I enjoy Live in KEXP, which puts up a ≈20 minute performance every week, like 15 minutes of music and 5 minutes of talking with the artist.

https://kexp.org/podcasts/live-on-kexp/

Mostly various types of "indie" rock stuff.

They also have a song of the day podcast if you just want to hear new stuff.

I'd be happy to learn about a podcast that promotes new hip-hop to me!

Uthor fucked around with this message at 13:51 on Mar 16, 2023

Mollymauk
Apr 20, 2006

Uthor posted:

This isn't 100% what you are looking for, but I enjoy Live in KEXP, which puts up a ≈20 minute performance every week, like 15 minutes of music and 5 minutes of talking with the artist.

https://kexp.org/podcasts/live-on-kexp/

Mostly various types of "indie" rock stuff.

They also have a song of the day podcast if you just want to hear new stuff.

I'd be happy to learn about a podcast that promotes new hip-hop to me!

Great, thank you! I added both to my list.

Dungeon Ecology
Feb 8, 2011

help me find an artist:

i think he's a zamrock musician from the 60s but I'm not positive
I remember his album cover is just his face, smiling, wearing a white cowboy hat, with a pink background maybe?

maybe his name is george or charles and his last name starts with O

ive been poking around youtube and google using those search parameters but I can't find him

RC and Moon Pie
May 5, 2011

Dungeon Ecology posted:

help me find an artist:

i think he's a zamrock musician from the 60s but I'm not positive
I remember his album cover is just his face, smiling, wearing a white cowboy hat, with a pink background maybe?

maybe his name is george or charles and his last name starts with O

ive been poking around youtube and google using those search parameters but I can't find him

Googling zamrock + cowboy hat gives me: William Onyeabor

Dungeon Ecology
Feb 8, 2011

RC and Moon Pie posted:

Googling zamrock + cowboy hat gives me: William Onyeabor

that's the one! thanks for the help

KICK BAMA KICK
Mar 2, 2009

RC and Moon Pie posted:

Googling zamrock + cowboy hat gives me: William Onyeabor

Dungeon Ecology posted:

that's the one! thanks for the help
Curious cause I came across him a few months ago, liked it a lot but don't know anything about the genre: is he considered "Zamrock" or was that a red herring cause he was Nigerian wasn't he?

Henchman of Santa
Aug 21, 2010
Zamrock is a pretty different thing. Basically just Zambian bands playing psych rock in the '70s. Pretty cool scene though!

Kvlt!
May 19, 2012


Kind of a weird question, has anyone ever "chopped and screwed" music that isnt hip hop or electronic and done a decent job of it?

HenryJLittlefinger
Jan 31, 2010

stomp clap

Cumbia rebajada, maybe.

Hooplah
Jul 15, 2006


witch house and vaporwave were both full of trust fund kids basically gentrifying chopped and screwed to varying degrees

Kvlt!
May 19, 2012


HenryJLittlefinger posted:

Cumbia rebajada, maybe.

this is a ton of fun, ty!!

Hooplah posted:

witch house and vaporwave were both full of trust fund kids basically gentrifying chopped and screwed to varying degrees

ty but as i said in the op not looking for electronic

Earwicker
Jan 6, 2003

Kvlt! posted:

Kind of a weird question, has anyone ever "chopped and screwed" music that isnt hip hop or electronic and done a decent job of it?

yes dj screw himself has done so, if you count pop ballads like no ordinary love and in the air tonight, they sound loving great imo

obviously these tracks are still partly electronic production-wise. if you are asking about someone doing it with like folk music or something i dunno. i dont think that would work so well.

Feels Villeneuve
Oct 7, 2007

Setter is Better.

Kvlt! posted:

Kind of a weird question, has anyone ever "chopped and screwed" music that isnt hip hop or electronic and done a decent job of it?

post-modern classical music like Schnittke or Rzewski op.

e) like try "Four North American Ballads"

https://www.discogs.com/release/2289469-Frederic-Rzewski-North-American-Ballads-Squares

Feels Villeneuve fucked around with this message at 17:38 on Apr 11, 2023

Quadramind
Dec 8, 2011

Thanks for mentioning Schnittke. It's my first time hearing about him, and exploring his life/work has had a pretty significant emotional impact on me.

God drat, declared clinically dead after a stroke, and then continuing to compose for years afterwards. I'm listening to piano sonata no.1, written right after the first stroke, I think, and it's hit me like a tonne of bricks. My dad plays and teaches piano and we thought we were gonna lose him to a stroke last year.

Kvlt!
May 19, 2012


Earwicker posted:

yes dj screw himself has done so, if you count pop ballads like no ordinary love and in the air tonight, they sound loving great imo

obviously these tracks are still partly electronic production-wise. if you are asking about someone doing it with like folk music or something i dunno. i dont think that would work so well.

Ty!! Also a big fan of these tracks. In The Air Tonight hits especially hard when its chopped and screwed!



Feels Villeneuve posted:

post-modern classical music like Schnittke or Rzewski op.

e) like try "Four North American Ballads"

https://www.discogs.com/release/2289469-Frederic-Rzewski-North-American-Ballads-Squares

This is weird as hell and im loving it, ty!!

Feels Villeneuve
Oct 7, 2007

Setter is Better.
ty i'm glad i could get a frederic rzewski recommendation in this thread

codo27
Apr 21, 2008

I'm looking to flesh out my pump up playlist with more aggressive stuff. Currently features stuff like Megadeth's Holy Wars, BfmV's Room 409, and the likes of LL Cool J's Ripper Strikes Back or 50 Cent's Your Life's on the Line. Less traditional locker room energy and more, as I said, aggression. Dont worry, I'm not about to go on a killing spree, its just lately this is what I feed more off of.

regulargonzalez
Aug 18, 2006
UNGH LET ME LICK THOSE BOOTS DADDY HULU ;-* ;-* ;-* YES YES GIVE ME ALL THE CORPORATE CUMMIES :shepspends: :shepspends: :shepspends: ADBLOCK USERS DESERVE THE DEATH PENALTY, DON'T THEY DADDY?
WHEN THE RICH GET RICHER I GET HORNIER :a2m::a2m::a2m::a2m:
Lightning Bolt is a very specific style of aggression that may or may not work for you.

https://open.spotify.com/track/6yZbhggEKLahW3Ax8SsYBf?si=3vWtq1DAQIWNsWanZ2Rc3A

Similarly, Death Grips. The first 20 seconds are enough to know if it's for you or not
https://open.spotify.com/track/781V2Y5LPtcpgONEOadadE?si=KhsGLat_Ty-XC2bYrmhbww

regulargonzalez fucked around with this message at 05:52 on May 27, 2023

Nordick
Sep 3, 2011

Yes.

codo27 posted:

I'm looking to flesh out my pump up playlist with more aggressive stuff. Currently features stuff like Megadeth's Holy Wars, BfmV's Room 409, and the likes of LL Cool J's Ripper Strikes Back or 50 Cent's Your Life's on the Line. Less traditional locker room energy and more, as I said, aggression. Dont worry, I'm not about to go on a killing spree, its just lately this is what I feed more off of.

How about some really crunchy darksynth like Lamentations by Gregorio Franco?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BClgb-Wqxsk

https://gregoriofranco.bandcamp.com/album/lamentations

Kvlt!
May 19, 2012


codo27 posted:

I'm looking to flesh out my pump up playlist with more aggressive stuff. Currently features stuff like Megadeth's Holy Wars, BfmV's Room 409, and the likes of LL Cool J's Ripper Strikes Back or 50 Cent's Your Life's on the Line. Less traditional locker room energy and more, as I said, aggression. Dont worry, I'm not about to go on a killing spree, its just lately this is what I feed more off of.

La Coka Nostra for agressive rap:

https://youtu.be/8IZt5dohnAo

achtungnight
Oct 4, 2014
I get my fun here. Enjoy!
Been a fan of this artist her entire career. Boosting her again. Enjoy!

https://youtube.com/@aliciawitt

pizzapocketparty
Nov 27, 2005
CHOMP
Been listening to a grindcore band called "Sulfuric Cautery" https://blastaddict.bandcamp.com/album/suffocating-feats-of-dehumanization (trigger warning:background image is surgical gore)

It sounds like noise and I'd like more grindcore that's basically white noise. Or any "rock" music that's basically white noise.

gurragadon
Jul 28, 2006

Anyone got recommendations for something like Reverberation Radio? My favorite ones are the playlists that have Townes Van Zandt, Leonard Cohen, Harry Nilson, Neil Young in them. I don't think any of them have anything heavier than Sonic Youth on them.

Looking for something that has the same playlist feel to it. I like the mixes they have that have international music in them too, I can't list most of the musicians but I just like to play a bunch and pick out a few to listen to more and reverberation radio isn't posting as much anymore.

gurragadon fucked around with this message at 20:46 on Jun 20, 2023

Windows 98
Nov 13, 2005

HTTP 400: Bad post
I would love some recommendations for more stuff that sounds like this

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0hgdGDPhbx4

MinionOfCthulhu
Oct 28, 2005

I got this title for free due to my proximity to an idiot who wanted to save $5 on an avatar by having someone else spend $9.95 instead.
Hello all! I need some good work songs. I donít really know how to describe them other than songs like 16 Tons by Tennessee Ford, Another Cog in the Machine by The Cog is Dead and We All Lift Together by Keith Power. Songs about work but have that cadence to work to,if that makes sense. Like, Working in a Coal Mine is a song about work but itís too upbeat and chipper.

BigFactory
Sep 17, 2002

MinionOfCthulhu posted:

Hello all! I need some good work songs. I donít really know how to describe them other than songs like 16 Tons by Tennessee Ford, Another Cog in the Machine by The Cog is Dead and We All Lift Together by Keith Power. Songs about work but have that cadence to work to,if that makes sense. Like, Working in a Coal Mine is a song about work but itís too upbeat and chipper.

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=bdl5fJ-c_lA

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=uVyWzR9kz54

HenryJLittlefinger
Jan 31, 2010

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MinionOfCthulhu posted:

Hello all! I need some good work songs. I don’t really know how to describe them other than songs like 16 Tons by Tennessee Ford, Another Cog in the Machine by The Cog is Dead and We All Lift Together by Keith Power. Songs about work but have that cadence to work to,if that makes sense. Like, Working in a Coal Mine is a song about work but it’s too upbeat and chipper.

Breakfast In Hell by Slaid Cleaves

RC and Moon Pie
May 5, 2011

MinionOfCthulhu posted:

Hello all! I need some good work songs. I donít really know how to describe them other than songs like 16 Tons by Tennessee Ford, Another Cog in the Machine by The Cog is Dead and We All Lift Together by Keith Power. Songs about work but have that cadence to work to,if that makes sense. Like, Working in a Coal Mine is a song about work but itís too upbeat and chipper.

Part of the Union is probably too fast, but still.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dhQvly1tBw0

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gj2iGAifSNI

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5eZqkaP37po

for fucks sake
Jan 23, 2016

pizzapocketparty posted:

Been listening to a grindcore band called "Sulfuric Cautery" https://blastaddict.bandcamp.com/album/suffocating-feats-of-dehumanization (trigger warning:background image is surgical gore)

It sounds like noise and I'd like more grindcore that's basically white noise. Or any "rock" music that's basically white noise.

Check out Full of Hell.

tristeham
Jul 31, 2022

pizzapocketparty posted:

Been listening to a grindcore band called "Sulfuric Cautery" https://blastaddict.bandcamp.com/album/suffocating-feats-of-dehumanization (trigger warning:background image is surgical gore)

It sounds like noise and I'd like more grindcore that's basically white noise. Or any "rock" music that's basically white noise.

anything by Cystgurgle and Last Days of Humanity
Metrorraghia - s/t
Phyllomedusa - Fijian Fantasies

Drunkdriver/Mattin - List of Profound Insecurities

funkybottoms
Oct 28, 2010

Funky Bottoms is a land man
anybody recommend sunn0))) yet?

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A human heart
Oct 10, 2012

pizzapocketparty posted:

Been listening to a grindcore band called "Sulfuric Cautery" https://blastaddict.bandcamp.com/album/suffocating-feats-of-dehumanization (trigger warning:background image is surgical gore)

It sounds like noise and I'd like more grindcore that's basically white noise. Or any "rock" music that's basically white noise.

well, this is basically noisecore, which is a specific style that branched off from grindcore back in the 80s. early bands were pretty noisy, e.g. fear of god or sore throat, and tended to get nosier over time, like arsedestroyer, gore beyond necropsy and sissy spacek. so you probably want to search for more noisecore bands. i'm not totally sure what you mean by white noise because the band you posted doesn't really sound like white noise to me, but you might also try listening to some harsh noise, e.g. macronympha, incapacitants or killer bug. although, harsh noise generally doesn't have any rock structures at all, even in bands that use rock instrumentation like hijokaidan, so whether it is what you're looking for or not i am not sure. some noisecore bands have done stuff that gets into harsh noise territory as well, for example sissy spacek have done pure noise releases as well as noisecore ones.

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