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#158574 - burritobell
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(09/24/2015) [-]
How many of you guys like Indie Pop??
#158576 to #158574 - thebestpieever
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(09/24/2015) [-]
Gay.
#158575 to #158574 - shibe
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(09/24/2015) [-]
i like it when i hear it, but i don't consistently listen to it
#158577 to #158575 - burritobell
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(09/24/2015) [-]
Yeah I made an indie pop song... Would you like to listen to it?
#158578 to #158577 - shibe
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(09/24/2015) [-]
i'm going to heavily discourage you and make you feel bad, but i don't mean it


no
#158579 to #158578 - burritobell
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(09/24/2015) [-]
No prob, I didn't post the link right away because I don't want to be a nuisance. I'm not heavily discouraged or anything; it's FJ after all.
#158580 to #158579 - shibe
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(09/24/2015) [-]
you probably should have posted the link anyways because it's not like people actually listen to the music on this board, you'll be as ignored as everyone else
#158582 to #158580 - burritobell
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(09/24/2015) [-]
Hahah, true that.
#158571 - thebestpieever
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(09/24/2015) [-]
Motörhead - Assassin "Let's just do a track where we waffle for five minutes to show how good our drummer is".
#158564 - themagicwizard
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(09/24/2015) [-]
/music/ Weekly album discussion thread.

This week's album is Hidden by These New Puritans.

Last week's album was I, Vigilante by Crippled Black Phoenix, as chosen by our very own Theo (peace be upon him).

Up next week is ultrablue. Make me proud, son.

masterofmuffins
themagicwizard
haydentheviking
ultrablue
thebestpieever :^)
ferrettamer
teoyeezy
shibe
skeptical
badmotorfinger
kaisakuenkou
awesomerninjathing
anon
#158782 to #158564 - skeptical ONLINE
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(09/27/2015) [-]
I mean
Eh
It was kind of bland
For post-rock it was interesting
But for music...meh
5.5/10
people must hate me for showing up late and writing such short reviews
work sucks
#158784 to #158782 - themagicwizard
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(09/27/2015) [-]
It's alright, I only hate you a little.
#158653 to #158564 - haydentheviking
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(09/25/2015) [-]
Alrighty


First song was pretty cool i enjoyed it i expected more from the album as i kept listening but sadly that was not the case it all just kept the same sorta tone and sound throughout about 16 minutes in a really cool part happens that i really liked but idk its a fun listen no doubt but im a bit iffy on the vocals

Its a cool listen for anyone intrested in post rock 7/10
#158647 to #158564 - ultrablue
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(09/25/2015) [-]
Thanks for the pick, I won't let us down.

Also, good job picking this album as it gives me a reason to finally check out another TNP album which I needed to do awhile ago.
#158645 to #158564 - ultrablue
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(09/25/2015) [-]
Review of I, Vigilante by Crippled Black Phoenix

Well, this is reminiscent of most post-rock out there.. it's kind of boring and slow building etc. I think this is a little different though in that the vocals and some of the song writing gives me some general 90s rock vibes. All this combined make this another perfect ho-hum record for me. Is it terrible? No. Is it great? No. It's just kind of there... for me that is

The dude's vocals really do make me think 90s, early 2000s. He's just kind of like singing out of the side of his mouth, trying to sound different or like Trent Reznor or something. I dunno. It's whatever, I just don't really care too much for that style, or perhaps I've just heard it way too much over my life so I'm over it at this point. My point is that he's not really blowing me away.

The second song is almost quintessential post-rock. I got to say, I almost would like the song a lot, mostly because of the end with the great choir sounding vocals. If you know me, you know I fucking love that shit. The piano and violin are good too. Again, it's not breaking any ground, but I could actually get down with parts of the second track. The third track was also not bad, it kind of made me think of Damon Albarn with the way he was singing in it. I didn't hate the music behind it either, it was again very 90s alt sounding to me. Maybe Radioheadish if I listened to enough Radiohead to make a statement like that.

The 4th and 5th tracks are what break this album for me though. Bastogne Blues is a snorefest. I'm all for slow emotional tracks, but that boring slow drum beat and uninteresting distorted guitars kill it for me. I just can't concentrate on the song enough without wanting to do something else (I did listen to the whole thing though, for the sake of the review, but in real life I would have skipped it after awhile). Sans the vocals, Of A Lifetime sounds like something I would have heard a band play in my high schools battle of the bands back in the day. That riff is obnoxious and sounds like something my 8th grade self would've written. Also, speaking of the vocals, what's up with the vocals? I appreciate trying to be unique, but the Whitney Houston lady doesn't fit really. There's trying to be different and it working and then there's realizing when a combination doesn't work.

The final track is not bad. Obviously it doesn't fit with the rest of it, but as a short end to an album, I'm not mad at it. I kind of dig it, it sounds like some sort of 70s pop ditty, and is kind of catchy.

Overall, I can't say I was really feeling this two much . Besides the end of the second track and the third track, this sounds like an album that would put me to sleep if in the right conditions. Never a good thing. But whatever, y'know.

I'll give it a 4/10. Just not my cup of tea. Too much post-rock mixed with old classic-esque rock for my taste, neither genre of which I'm a huge fan.

Best track: Fantastic Justice
#158673 to #158645 - themagicwizard
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(09/25/2015) [-]
But they wrote a post-rock song in a time signature other than 6/8! That's groundbreaking, I tell you.
#158659 to #158645 - awesomerninjathing
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(09/25/2015) [-]
solid
#158614 to #158564 - themagicwizard
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(09/25/2015) [-]
Comments on Theo's meme album

This one was actually pretty great for the most part. I've never heard anything by the band before, so when I heard the vocals I thought it was another side project of Efrim Menuck of GY!BE and A Silver Mt. Zion on Constellation Records. I was kinda surprised when I found out Crippled Black Phoenix had nothing to do with them. I'd recommend it to anyone who likes them though.

The album itself is my favorite one from this AOTW thing so far. The use of samples was part of why I thought it might have something to do with GY!BE. They did a very good job incorporating those as well as the electronics that are sprinkled in. I agree with shibe that Troublemaker was a high point. It's a great song to kick the album off with. Bastonge Blues really got me down, and I enjoyed it all the way through. It's a shame the album takes a nosedive immediately after that track with the last 2, Of A Lifetime and Burning Bridges. I listened to the album a couple times over this week and the last time those 2 tracks really started to bother me. They belong on a different album that I don't want to listen to.

Overall, pretty great. I bet my friends who like post rock would be into them too. Thanks to awesomerninjathing for raising the bar with this one. I'm going to check out more by these guys soon.
#158644 to #158614 - awesomerninjathing
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(09/25/2015) [-]
damn right
#158612 to #158564 - masterofmuffins
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(09/25/2015) [-]
Hmkaaaaayy, Croppled Black Phoenix and I, Vigilante.

I gotta admit, you surprised me Theo. I was expecting Rodeo some /mu/ rap band from you and when you said post-rock"and saw that album cover I said "so help me god this is giong to be some shibe-tier music from go you to know where" and it was surprisingly pleasing.

This album intrigued and entretained me, I finded myself giving several listens yet I'm not fully convinced if this is the sound I like, but is the song that called my attention and curiosity (if any of that makes any scense). I see myself listening to this in the future again and I'm totally going to dig more from the artist.

I am not very familiar with post-rock and like bestpie said in his early review I always considered it more like a made up name for more prog music yet this doesn't stick to that, is more like an alternative prog-rock sound. While listening to this I couldn't not think in Archive and their trip-hop progressive combination which doesn't really stick in any of those genres but you cannot unsee the asociation.

The first song is the best of the album. This is a good and a bad thing, good because the song is good ofc, I really digged the chorus and the guitar riffs, and bad because once it was over I was expecting a bit of the same from the rest of the album, and I was waiting anxious for something like that but it never happened. Not saying that the rest of the album is bad only that it could have been more, well, more of a post-rock album.

Tracks 2 and 3 are like listen to Archive only that without all the electronics and of course more heavy. I don't think that there is an universe where piano and violins don't combine, that's a great intro in We Forgot Who We Are but it turns a bit repetitive on the guitars/singing part. The trumpets on the heavy parts of Fantastic Justice go splendid with each other like the way that The Mars Volta does to combine instruments, the drums were excelent in that song too.

I loved the mellow ambientation in Bastonge Blues. that intro dialogue gave the touch for the rest of the song, it's like it makes you pay attention to it, you want to follow what it says, you want to know the story and the meaning. The mellow ballad melody totally got me, it did a really good job with those vocals, guitars and violins.

With the song Of A Lifetime, I digged the female vocals, but the instrumentals are totally ugh. So you have these two contrasts that didn't let me enjoy the song however I couldn't skip it, the vocals were too much of a strong point.

Now, Burning Bridges. The song as an individual song I liked it, but as a part of the album well, I don't really know if this belongs here or not. We had Bastonge Blues and Of A Lifetime which are both really slow and mellow and then this comes abruptly to change that ambientation, is like if you were on a funeral and someone screams "NOW BRING THE BIKINI GIRLS" and everyone starts to dance and strip and you are like "wtf" and you are not sure what to do.

And yeah that'd be from me folks. I'm sooooooooooorry if this is cancer grammar I try my best everyday hmkay?
Overall, I give this a 7/10 and for Theo, great share man I got an artist to dig.
#158643 to #158612 - awesomerninjathing
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(09/25/2015) [-]
thank you/you're welcome!!!
#158618 to #158612 - themagicwizard
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(09/25/2015) [-]
10/10, I could understand the whole review! I'm just shitting on you for no reason, my deepest apologies.

I totally agree about Burning Bridges. I wasn't too into any of Of A Lifetime though. I think the album could've done without those two.
#158624 to #158618 - masterofmuffins
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(09/25/2015) [-]
I got a strong feeling that this thing of laugh at my typing will be the new traditional thing in this board, just like post Theo's IRL or call pie a massive cocksucker or like ship you with ultrablue. It feels like being on a very dysfunctional family.
#158626 to #158624 - themagicwizard
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(09/25/2015) [-]
"or like ship you with ultrablue" I was not aware of this...

Another one is teoyeezy and I apologizing to bestpie for nothing over and over using really elaborate language.
#158631 to #158626 - masterofmuffins
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(09/25/2015) [-]
#just/music/things
#158632 to #158631 - themagicwizard
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(09/25/2015) [-]
catch the wave, new hashtag sensation!
#158615 to #158612 - shibe
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(09/25/2015) [-]
can i say A+ for effort!!!!
#158603 to #158564 - thebestpieever
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(09/25/2015) [-]
Wow. No one else gae a shit abut AOTW today. I guess I jumped out at the right time.
#158621 to #158603 - themagicwizard
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(09/25/2015) [-]
Give 'em time, ya wanker
#158622 to #158621 - thebestpieever
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(09/25/2015) [-]
Well they still care, there you go. I don't though.
#158625 to #158622 - themagicwizard
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(09/25/2015) [-]
B-but my album is actually good! Please listen to it and validate me, Pie-kun!
#158627 to #158625 - thebestpieever
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(09/25/2015) [-]
I've listened to it. The signle is the best track, but the whole album is gud, Orion also kicks ass. But nah AOTW is meh.
#158628 to #158627 - themagicwizard
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(09/25/2015) [-]
God damn it, what haven't you heard?
#158629 to #158628 - thebestpieever
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(09/25/2015) [-]
I've got a lot of Power Metal on my queue and I've never listened to U2, and I guess, like, most music on earth.
Plus, I've talked about TNP before on here, I'm pretty sure.
#158630 to #158629 - themagicwizard
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(09/25/2015) [-]
Have you? I don't remember it. What do you think of Field of Reeds?
#158635 to #158630 - thebestpieever
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(09/25/2015) [-]
Say something, I feel like I've insulted your mother.
#158636 to #158635 - themagicwizard
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(09/25/2015) [-]
I'm writing a response, gosh!
#158633 to #158630 - thebestpieever
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(09/25/2015) [-]
Eh, the bits that are good are pretty good, but I feel like there's a lot of waffling, and the vocals weren't as on point. A lot of bits remind me of the Exogenesis suit by muse, in that these are people who wouldn't make it ever in the classical world nonetheless partaking in very classical-like stuff. But Muse relegated themselves to their instruments and Matt Bellamy's singing, these guys actually tried to, like, do the bits. It's not bad, but it just seemed a bit too overambitious with not a lot to back it up. It didn't have that cold, windy, ethereal sound I liked from them in the first place.

It's not bad just... y'know, it's alright. But I haven't listened to it in a while, it just left me a bit cold.
#158637 to #158633 - themagicwizard
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(09/25/2015) [-]
I wouldn't knock them for shooting for that classical aesthetic while keeping it pop-oriented, not that you are. The oboe/clarinet/bassoon based vignettes on Hidden (Time Xone, Canticle) take it a bit further down that classical road than Field of Reeds and they sound great. I thought they really pulled it off and it was all recorded very well. I definitely see the similarity to Exogenesis. I'm glad they pushed for more than Muse with it because I think they had a better idea of what to do. Aren't a lot of Matt's more ambitious piano parts based around quotes from Romantic piano pieces? That magnetic resonator piano that they used on Field of Reeds and Magnetic Field is one of the cooler things instrument-wise that I've seen and the subtle way it's used works so well. It leaves me wanting so much more. It really fits with the dreamy aesthetic running through the songs on it. I can't say I ever got a really cold, windy, ethereal vibe from them. Well, cold maybe. Sparse is a word I might also use for some of their stuff.
#158638 to #158637 - thebestpieever
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(09/25/2015) [-]
I guess the difference is that they went further, but I didn't feel like they had the chops to pull what they tried to pull, ending on something way worse a lot of the time. But like I said, there are some cool moments that are really cool.
#158639 to #158638 - themagicwizard
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(09/25/2015) [-]
How dare you speak about my mother that way
#158640 to #158639 - thebestpieever
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(09/25/2015) [-]
It is my foremost desire in life that you find it in your heart to somehow forgive my awful deeds.
#158641 to #158640 - themagicwizard
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(09/25/2015) [-]
Maybe one day...
#158613 to #158603 - masterofmuffins
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(09/25/2015) [-]
But didn't jumped fast enough :^)
#158604 to #158603 - ferrettamer ONLINE
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(09/25/2015) [-]
it's a meme. you have to not listen to it when it's theo's album
#158605 to #158604 - thebestpieever
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(09/25/2015) [-]
Sounds fair. Still though, sod it.
#158586 to #158564 - ferrettamer ONLINE
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(09/24/2015) [-]
It was pretty good. I liked it less than the other two crippled black phoenix albums i've listened to, but that is probably cause it was less post-rocky than them. I thought vocals were pretty nice though, even if the instruments weren't as good. favorite song was Bastogne Blues. I rate 6.8/10
#158593 to #158586 - themagicwizard
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(09/25/2015) [-]
What are the other 2 albums?
#158594 to #158593 - ferrettamer ONLINE
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(09/25/2015) [-]
White Light Generator and A Love Of Shared Disasters
#158595 to #158594 - themagicwizard
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(09/25/2015) [-]
Cool, I'll check those out. I liked most of I, Vigilante except for the non post-rock sounding songs.
#158572 to #158564 - awesomerninjathing
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(09/24/2015) [-]
thanks for not using my template smh
#158573 to #158572 - themagicwizard
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(09/24/2015) [-]
I'm a free spirit, you can't tie me down to a template.
#158565 to #158564 - shibe
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(09/24/2015) [-]
I just wanna say that first song was so good it made the rest of the album fucking trash.
#158562 - anon
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(09/24/2015) [-]
AOTW pls this board is so ded
#158561 - thedudeistheman
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(09/24/2015) [-]
Broken Bells - It's That Talk Again (Audio) New Broken Bells.
#158559 - MatthewsGauss ONLINE
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(09/24/2015) [-]
Alien Fucker - The First Rape In Space (Full Album) 2014 post 10/10 shit
#158567 to #158559 - shibe
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(09/24/2015) [-]
nevermind i changed my mind that's the true 10/9
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#158555 - tmgrskat
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(09/24/2015) [-]
What's your feel-good song, /music/?
[Glitch Hop] - Rezonate - Rebirth (feat. Ashley Apollodor) [Monstercat EP Release]
#158554 - ultrablue
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(09/24/2015) [-]
Ice Forests of Orion

Parts of this remind me of the snow episode of Hey Arnold.
#158551 - masterofmuffins
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(09/24/2015) [-]
Vitro - Orange Oh neat, more industrial rock I didn't heard about that seems to be good. Too late for dig it now so I post it for share and remember about it tomorrow.
This has nothing to do with Halo.
No need to pay attention to the cringey made video.
#158557 to #158551 - masterofmuffins
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(09/24/2015) [-]
Actually nevermind, their stuff is all meh moving up to bleh with the exception of this song.
#158549 - cycloneclone
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(09/24/2015) [-]
holy shit green day is terrible
#158550 to #158549 - cycloneclone
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(09/24/2015) [-]
ah shit, almost forgot
#158547 - teoyeezy
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(09/24/2015) [-]
man, he looks so much healthier now its amazing www.youtube.com/watch?v=AZ0MnZWyIos
#158548 to #158547 - awesomerninjathing
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(09/24/2015) [-]
ben i just u to get high with me in my fantasy
no monogamy
just menage with me
#158534 - thebestpieever
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(09/24/2015) [-]
Animated Sheet Music: "Giant Steps" by John Coltrane This seems like the concept for a music video that never actually happened.
#158560 to #158534 - astraea
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(09/24/2015) [-]
Holy shit the sax sounds good tho
more songs like this?
#158563 to #158560 - thebestpieever
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(09/24/2015) [-]
Everything by Coltrane from A Love So Supreme onwards is in this vein of jazz.
#158583 to #158563 - astraea
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(09/24/2015) [-]
Alright i'll check it out.
If you have any more good sax music hit me up because im really concidering picking up the sax
#158585 to #158583 - wertgf
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(09/24/2015) [-]
The style is known as bebop, I love coltrane's Russian Lullaby but it's a bit of a toss up between him and parker.

www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ux2qH8CMVr4
#158584 to #158583 - wertgf
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(09/24/2015) [-]
Which one? You can pick up an alto for fairly cheap and it doesn't take long to get fairly average.
#158587 to #158584 - astraea
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(09/24/2015) [-]
I'm looking into the Yamaha YAS 280 (alto), but if you can reccomend another good quality sax to start with i'd be really grateful
#158588 to #158587 - wertgf
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(09/24/2015) [-]
Yamaha is definitely a good brand, but it's best you bring someone along who can already play it to try it out. For student saxes I'd definitely go secondhand as they're cheaper, but then there are a few things to watch out for. Avoid Chinese models. I persronally have a Vespro (American made) and it's served me well, but after 3-4 years it definitely needs a good service and the intonations a bit off on harmonics.

If the guy selling it doesn't know anything about it, it's probably stolen. Google the serial number (usually on the back by the thumb rest)

Solder. If you see any evidence of solder, welding, or cover ups, don't buy it.

Intonation. Should stay relatively in tune all the way from low Bb to top F#.
#158589 to #158588 - astraea
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(09/24/2015) [-]
Well, there's no stores near me selling instruments, and no people nearby selling used saxes, so i really just have to order one of the net. Also I don't know anyone that plays the sax so i'm kind of lost there as well.
But maybe I can order a used one off ebay?
#158590 to #158589 - wertgf
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(09/24/2015) [-]
Nah, if you can't see it don't buy it.

Looks like you don't have an option to go second-hand, it wouldn't be worth getting bit on the ass for.

Are you looking to teach yourself or get a teacher?
#158596 to #158590 - astraea
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#158591 to #158590 - astraea
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(09/24/2015) [-]
I think there's a place nearby that teaches people up to 19 (i'm 17) so i was hoping i'd get a spot there. Other than that i'd probably be practicing off books and stuff I find online.
Maybe i'll find some instrument shop nearby I could take the bus or train to. Make a day outta it.
#158592 to #158591 - wertgf
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(09/24/2015) [-]
Might as well, if you go to a shop that isn't guitar based you're likely to find someone who'll give you some help. I would recommend tuition but if you need books, there are plenty online, or just mention my name here. I've got a lot in pdf form. Charity shops are also great for cheap music books and scores.
#158546 to #158534 - thebestpieever
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(09/24/2015) [-]
Ravel   Piano Concerto In G Major   Argerich Dutoit Orchestre National De France Frankfurt 9 9 1990 I will never understand the classical mentality. You spend fucking ages writing several parts for a 20 minute piece, for several different instruments, you do three movements and then you just go "Eh, fuck it, it's a concerto and it's in G major, there's the title".
#158553 to #158546 - nimba
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(09/24/2015) [-]
pre-romantic they just wanted to explain what you were getting yourself into rather than bias you with the writer's interpretations of the emotion. It would be accessible I think if they had descriptive titles though
#158556 to #158553 - thebestpieever
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(09/24/2015) [-]
This guy is from the early 20th century though. Plus that's dumb.
#158558 to #158556 - nimba
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(09/24/2015) [-]
yah, but musical styles usually adhere to the normalities of the original material. It's also possible that nobody really thought of it at the time
#158540 to #158534 - wertgf
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(09/24/2015) [-]
Fukin love this solo. I'm'a learn to play it next week i think.
#158541 to #158540 - thebestpieever
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(09/24/2015) [-]
Yeah, I was looking for the sheet music so I could learn it and I found this neat little version. Not very useful as sheet music though, but it's neat.
#158543 to #158541 - wertgf
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(09/24/2015) [-]
You want it? I probably have this transcription.

Just let me know where to upload and I'll find it
#158544 to #158543 - thebestpieever
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(09/24/2015) [-]
Nah. I did find it elsewhere. And I just use it to double check bits, I do things mainly by ear. But thanks.
#158539 to #158534 - thebestpieever
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(09/24/2015) [-]
Bought two bottles of this stuff today. It's alright.
#158523 - thatsnumberwang
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(09/24/2015) [-]
girlfriend left me for someone else and im just here torturing myself If You See Her, Say Hello

#158933 to #158523 - thatsnumberwang
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(09/29/2015) [-]
shibe and wertgf

I was pretty drunk when i was talking to you guys the other day and its just dawned on me today that that is the nicest and most supportive people have ever been to me on this site; thank you both again.
#158948 to #158933 - wertgf
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(09/29/2015) [-]
I stick by my words. Hope you're doing okay man.
#158941 to #158933 - shibe
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(09/29/2015) [-]
dont worry m8 i got you
#158542 to #158523 - wertgf
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(09/24/2015) [-]
We're all here if you want to talk. It feels bad now, and that's okay. It'll get better in time.
#158530 to #158523 - teoyeezy
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(09/24/2015) [-]
Hey man, it's ok. It happened to me three weeks ago too. I gotchu fam, I pinky promise itll pass

www.youtube.com/watch?v=WExRR2GDQ7A
www.youtube.com/watch?v=roB4hRdLlas (this song just makes me feel awesome tbh)
www.youtube.com/watch?v=zSjTpcSxgjQ
#158532 to #158530 - thatsnumberwang
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(09/24/2015) [-]
yeah, it's just riding the storm you know? feel like i took a bit of a step back today..
#158533 to #158532 - teoyeezy
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(09/24/2015) [-]
yeah I feel you for sure, I was just shittin around for a solid 4 days so that I could get a lot of the sad out. It really does fuck you up, makes you feel really worthless and inadequate you know? Like when it happened to me i felt like she just always thought i wasnt good enough. Idk, that may just be me. I hope you get over it man, this weekend i met some of my favorite rappers and that was a good way to find something to be happy about
#158535 to #158533 - thatsnumberwang
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(09/24/2015) [-]
Totally get you with the feeling useless thing - feel like im stuck in limbo, don't want her back, don't want anyone else. Got with this random girl the other night and that just made me feel worse (the last song was the best)
#158537 to #158535 - teoyeezy
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(09/24/2015) [-]
check this one out www.youtube.com/watch?v=MbrUzJlTffs

Ah yeah man Im trying not to do that, definitely makes it harder. Just spend time with yourself i guess, im trying to really focus on school and music and stuff. but definitely be sad for a while so you dont go crazy
#158538 to #158537 - thatsnumberwang
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(09/24/2015) [-]
yeah, i got back in to guitar a bit, going to tang soo do twice a week, taking any opportunity to go out with friends and stuff. I'm trying to stay occupied because it's the first place my mind goes to when im not busy with something
#158528 to #158523 - shibe
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(09/24/2015) [-]
jesus that's rough man
#158529 to #158528 - thatsnumberwang
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(09/24/2015) [-]
completely blindsided me too, never saw it coming
#158531 to #158529 - shibe
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(09/24/2015) [-]
i'm sitting here going through my own teenage crisis, but god your situation has to be absolutely shit

if you need anyone to talk to so you can just let everything out or whatever, i'm here m8
#158522 - skeptical ONLINE
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(09/24/2015) [-]
Rhapsody In Blue
#158518 - thatsnumberwang
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(09/23/2015) [-]
www.youtube.com/watch?v=CqPhhwYt638
they're probably singing about getting annexed... nonetheless sweet music
#158519 to #158518 - thebestpieever
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(09/24/2015) [-]
I don't like the voice of the guy with the higher pitched voice.
#158521 to #158520 - thebestpieever
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(09/24/2015) [-]
Well this is alright, but it's not my style.
#158517 - thebestpieever
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(09/23/2015) [-]
"Concerto in F Minor for Bass Tuba and Orchestra".  Ralph Vaughan Williams Finally got around to listening to this cunt's stuff. It's pretty good.
#158513 - shibe
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(09/23/2015) [-]
nobody told me the new opn album leaked and it's 10/10
#158514 to #158513 - themagicwizard
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(09/23/2015) [-]
The new OPN leaked
#158515 to #158514 - shibe
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(09/23/2015) [-]
thanks
#158516 to #158515 - themagicwizard
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(09/23/2015) [-]
You're welcome, Mr. Ulyanov
#158510 - anon
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(09/23/2015) [-]
>uses radio friendly as an insult
>listens to nirvana, pearl jam and alice in chainss
#justgrungethings
#158509 - darksideofthebeast
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(09/23/2015) [-]
Between the Buried and Me - Ants Of The Sky
>3:10
the G R O O V E
#158500 - mrselfdestruct
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(09/23/2015) [-]
Take Me To Your Leadr - "No Hope Kids / So Bored" (Wavves cover)
I made a cover of "No Hope Kids" by Wavves.
Hope you like it
#158508 to #158500 - cycloneclone
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(09/23/2015) [-]
eh