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xutech
Mar 4, 2011

EIIST


GrandMaster posted:

PSA: Perturbator is touring Australia in mid November yesssssss.

Tickets bought at 9am today for brisbane show (crowbar) yassss

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KakerMix
Apr 8, 2004



Fun Shoe

Have I tried to pimp out Brandon yet?
Some artists just seem to be head and shoulders above others when it comes to production and this dude is one of them.

https://soundcloud.com/brandon1980s...rly-hills-girls

Alan Smithee
Jan 3, 2005


So apparently fashwave is a thing

Yeessh

VodeAndreas
Apr 30, 2009

The doctor is in!



GrandMaster posted:

PSA: Perturbator is touring Australia in mid November yesssssss.

Glad I decided to give NMD a look for the new QOTSA album, got a ticket for the Melbourne show which I never would have known about.

Thanks man

My Twitter Account
Feb 4, 2003



Alan Smithee posted:

So apparently fashwave is a thing

Yeessh

Please tell me that's fashioncore x synthwave and not some kind of fascist synthwave scene.

Alan Smithee
Jan 3, 2005


My Twitter Account posted:

Please tell me that's fashioncore x synthwave and not some kind of fascist synthwave scene.

what does your big gay heart tell you in 2017

EL BROMANCE
Jun 10, 2006


Eh it was a 'thing' that happened a year or two, and was pretty much 99% lifting other people's music to do it. It made a few headlines and pissed a lot of people off but that was about it.

Except it came out Action Jackson (I think anyway) was legit a bit that way, which was a shame.

basic hitler
Dec 28, 2006



There was a video set to Invasion AD that was some anti-refugee fascist horseshit and Carpenter Brut immediately set out to violently suppress it. It made a lot of /pol/ turds really mad but i hadn't known it was an entire thing.

Alan Smithee
Jan 3, 2005


question: I never bothered with Trials of the Blood Dragon, is there even a story to it besides Rex's kids are playable because...reasons? Wiki doesn't mention

A human heart
Oct 10, 2012



Alan Smithee posted:

So apparently fashwave is a thing

Yeessh

it doesn't seem very surprising that a genre spread primarily on internet forums that is mostly about nostalgia for an imagined past might attract that sort of thing.

Tolstojevski
Apr 10, 2009


How about some new wave from when it really was new? I'm primarily stuck on that sort of thing, post punk and 'new' wave, and being from Serbia I know a huge amount of bands operating all over Yugoslavia in the 80s. Think we really kicked rear end as far as music goes in that time period, so I'll drop some representative stuff down.

Videosex - modern-day Slovenia

No way you can talk about new wave in Yugoslavia without mentioning this band. Anja Rupel was(is) adored and they are icons of the new wave movement.
Videosex - Videosex
Videosex - Kako bih volio da si tu
Videosex - Detektivska prica (live)

Beograd - modern-day Serbia

Splendid synthwave, 'nuff said.
Beograd - Sanjas li u boji?
Beograd - Opasne igre

Kaos - modern-day Croatia

Croatia had one hell of a punk and post punk scene. More often than not, if you hear good poo poo from that end of the spectrum you can bet it came from Croatia, really a bunch of hella good bands. Kaos is very representative of the post punk scene.
Kaos - Satovi bez kazaljke
Kaos - Tigar

Hope all of you enjoy this little preview of the Yugoslavian new wave scene. Now I am barely scratching the surface here, if enough people dig this stuff I will gladly take you for another run around the ex-Yu scene .

A human heart
Oct 10, 2012



Tolstojevski posted:

How about some new wave from when it really was new? I'm primarily stuck on that sort of thing, post punk and 'new' wave, and being from Serbia I know a huge amount of bands operating all over Yugoslavia in the 80s. Think we really kicked rear end as far as music goes in that time period, so I'll drop some representative stuff down.

Videosex - modern-day Slovenia

No way you can talk about new wave in Yugoslavia without mentioning this band. Anja Rupel was(is) adored and they are icons of the new wave movement.
Videosex - Videosex
Videosex - Kako bih volio da si tu
Videosex - Detektivska prica (live)

Beograd - modern-day Serbia

Splendid synthwave, 'nuff said.
Beograd - Sanjas li u boji?
Beograd - Opasne igre

Kaos - modern-day Croatia

Croatia had one hell of a punk and post punk scene. More often than not, if you hear good poo poo from that end of the spectrum you can bet it came from Croatia, really a bunch of hella good bands. Kaos is very representative of the post punk scene.
Kaos - Satovi bez kazaljke
Kaos - Tigar

Hope all of you enjoy this little preview of the Yugoslavian new wave scene. Now I am barely scratching the surface here, if enough people dig this stuff I will gladly take you for another run around the ex-Yu scene .

This is a good post about cool music(that videosex album rules) but it's going to be lost on most of this thread because they want to talk about corny contemporary synth stuff made by computer programmers rather than actual new wave.

(USER WAS PUT ON PROBATION FOR THIS POST)

KakerMix
Apr 8, 2004



Fun Shoe

A human heart posted:

This is a good post about cool music(that videosex album rules) but it's going to be lost on most of this thread because they want to talk about corny contemporary synth stuff made by computer programmers rather than actual new wave.

When you make sweeping generalizations like this I don't think you have a heart at all. Or eyes to read the title of the thread that tells you everything you need to know about what is contained in it.
Suppose we can all start making sweeping judgments on you too.
Like how there is no way you appreciate (insert quality animation title here) because anime is terrible and thus you won't understand.

Ranter
Jul 11, 2004



Tolstojevski posted:

How about some new wave from when it really was new? I'm primarily stuck on that sort of thing, post punk and 'new' wave, and being from Serbia I know a huge amount of bands operating all over Yugoslavia in the 80s. Think we really kicked rear end as far as music goes in that time period, so I'll drop some representative stuff down.

Videosex - modern-day Slovenia

No way you can talk about new wave in Yugoslavia without mentioning this band. Anja Rupel was(is) adored and they are icons of the new wave movement.
Videosex - Videosex
Videosex - Kako bih volio da si tu
Videosex - Detektivska prica (live)

I am really digging videosex. This is a good post.

A human heart posted:

This is a good post about cool music(that videosex album rules) but it's going to be lost on most of this thread because they want to talk about corny contemporary synth stuff made by computer programmers rather than actual new wave.

This is not a good post. Shut up, douchebag.

Tolstojevski
Apr 10, 2009


Everybody likes Videosex . Darn shame that all of these existed in a time where it was hard for them to get to a larger audience, took a lot more than having some Balkan dude be in the zone between all smashed the gently caress up and dying from the hangover long enough to push some keys. Think a bunch really could have made a bigger impact.
Oh, well, we shall fix what we can, onwards we go .

Data - modern day Serbia

These dudes I just goddamn love, so popish and yet so drat good. Shame that all they have are these two. Danced like crazy to the first one a couple of months ago, a friend was spinning records at a bar, new wave night, it was smashing .
Data - Ne zovi to ljubavlju
Data - Neka ti se dese prave stvari

Via Talas - modern day Serbia

And now for something a bit different. This sort of new wave was pretty much the Serb thing. The daughter of this playa is handling singing here.
Via Talas - Sama
Via Talas - Ti

Paraf - modern day Croatia

You can pretty much guess right? A bit on the softer side compared to Kaos, just love this tune. Not only are they from the same country, but both bands actually hail from Rijeka, as do many other, that place was incredible in the 80s, and it has a pretty good alterntive scene even today. Just had a band from there play over here in Subotica, it was goddamn good, will have to visit that place and see what the hell is going on .
Paraf - Javna kupatila

poo poo, just remembered all of you don't got a clue about this, think its a pretty fun fact. That second tune from Kaos? Tigar? The one with the breathing on start. It's about sniffing glue. But not any ordinary glue mind you, hell no. Tigar. Tigar P5, in a 660 gram tin can, to be exact. That was our motherfucking superweapon. Darn thing had a heavy duty psychoactive substance in it, so you were not just sniffing glue, oh no, you where sniffing glue in some parallel universe god knows where as you where tripping balls like insane under that stuff. Cheap, easily obtainable and hits like a truck, it was pretty much the go to drug for the alternative crowd. They just don't make it like they used to .

Tolstojevski fucked around with this message at Aug 29, 2017 around 01:36

Alan Smithee
Jan 3, 2005


A human heart posted:

This is a good post about cool music(that videosex album rules) but it's going to be lost on most of this thread because they want to talk about corny contemporary synth stuff made by computer programmers rather than actual new wave.

Why do you post here again

A human heart
Oct 10, 2012



Alan Smithee posted:

Why do you post here again

I enjoy posting about music on line.

Shoehead
Sep 28, 2005

Did you do somethin' with your hair?



A human heart posted:

This is a good post about cool music(that videosex album rules) but it's going to be lost on most of this thread because they want to talk about corny contemporary synth stuff made by computer programmers rather than actual new wave.

(USER WAS PUT ON PROBATION FOR THIS POST)

A Human Fart

KakerMix
Apr 8, 2004



Fun Shoe

Hey guess what I like a lot right now why it's POWERCYAN - Disciples of the Night

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pUzEpe0CKv8

KakerMix fucked around with this message at Sep 3, 2017 around 08:59

Sockser
Jun 28, 2007

I joined the new sensation, the #RXT REVOLUTION~!



he knows...


I've listened to this drat track a solid 50 or 60 times in the past month

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s0NbVUJGrbk

Ranter
Jul 11, 2004



Tolstojevski posted:

How about some new wave from when it really was new? I'm primarily stuck on that sort of thing, post punk and 'new' wave, and being from Serbia I know a huge amount of bands operating all over Yugoslavia in the 80s. Think we really kicked rear end as far as music goes in that time period, so I'll drop some representative stuff down.

Videosex - modern-day Slovenia


...
Videosex - Kako bih volio da si tu
...


I bought this album and I keep liste Kako bih volio da si tu.

Another favorite track from the album is one you didn't share called MOJA MAMA https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pfXnyM9DRDY

charismaslover
Dec 3, 2006

Too stylish for this world...


New Perturbator https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qEoxu0_8uZU

Tainted Empire gently caress yeah

Shoehead
Sep 28, 2005

Did you do somethin' with your hair?



I'm alone in the shop this mornin' so I know what I'm putting on the stereo

Ranter
Jul 11, 2004



Videosex videos:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SaLUxeH9dog

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CfLs67vck5Y

Alan Smithee
Jan 3, 2005


if you're in the UK this thing is going on

https://www.facebook.com/events/118665065536573/

Gaspy Conana
Aug 1, 2004

this clown loves you

Yo folks, don't know what happened to the vaporwave & related genres thread, so I s'pose this could go here. I just released a new album and make an interactive ~Multimedia Experience~ for it in the style of those little CD-ROM apps that would run if you put an album in a CD drive from like 1997 until 2001.



It only works on computer browsers and is probably a bit buggy. Especially if you mess with slow motion mode. The link is here: http://jaytholen.net/celestialarchive/

It's also on youtube over yonder:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GR19S1rh82c

And the bandcamp is here: http://music.jaytholen.net

Ranter
Jul 11, 2004



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AjPau5QYtYs

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ldyx3KHOFXw

Just going back and listening to 80s stuff

Young Freud
Nov 25, 2006



So, saw Perturbator in concert last night.

It was pretty sweet.

Dr. Lariat
Jul 1, 2004

by Lowtax


Yea, he came through on Saturday, was a cool show. Hope we get more metal fans into the scene in the future, everyone just kinda stood there the whole show, same when Gost came through last year.

Alan Smithee
Jan 3, 2005


This time around I stood against the stage with one hand on it like I was trying to win a car while the pretty girls did the dancing and I'm okay with that

Alan Smithee
Jan 3, 2005


WhoA
https://www.facebook.com/events/528702004142587??ti=ia

Crashbee
May 15, 2007

Stupid people are great at winning arguments, because they're too stupid to realize they've lost.

Groupees has another decent-looking synthwave bundle, which includes the most recent Street Cleaner album.

$1.50 tier
Death Turismo by mangadrive
Hologram by S.EXE
Dancing Killer by NightStop
Welcome to the Space Age by Sagittarius V
Occult 87 by Occams Laser

$3 tier
Auto Ran EP by Sung
One Night in the City by Tokyo Rider
Payback 2 by Street Cleaner
Holding onto Yesterday by Stilz

Alan Smithee
Jan 3, 2005


welp

EL BROMANCE
Jun 10, 2006


Speaking of live dates, is anyone else in South Florida who's thinking of going to Dance with the Dead and Gost on the 20th?

Zyklon B Zombie
Feb 13, 2005

Circling Overland

Grimey Drawer

Young Freud posted:

So, saw Perturbator in concert last night.

It was pretty sweet.

Just caught his Pittsburgh show last night and it was rad as gently caress. Retro wave is pretty awesome really really loud.

Alan Smithee
Jan 3, 2005


Even tho I saw him play la twice I kinda wanna go the vegas show end of month cuz John carpenter is there too

I'm not worried about getting shot for some reason

TooLShack
Jun 3, 2001

SMILE, BIRTHDAY BOY!

NRW is doing some group buy thing. For like 10 bucks you get a crap load of stuff.

https://groupees.com/nrwultra

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CJacobs
Apr 17, 2011

Tell 'em that God's gonna
cut 'em down.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F7Qx7R655LI

The Midnight, my favorite jazz/retro wave/synth mix band, released a new album this week. It's god drat good. If you don't believe in the power of brass instruments, go to this timestamp

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F7Qx7R655LI#t=531s

edit: I have been notified that a saxophone is actually a wood-wind instrument but it's made of brass so I don't care

CJacobs fucked around with this message at Oct 17, 2017 around 19:06

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