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Re: What are you listening to at the present? (genres helpfu

by PretentiousHipster Fri Aug 28, 2020 2:50 pm

For more extreme outsider music. Metalheads who think their music is extreme would cower in fear when they hear Power Electronics music. Make sure you have the volume low.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7lkE4zED688
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by stickem Fri Aug 28, 2020 4:33 pm

PretentiousHipster wrote:For more extreme outsider music. Metalheads who think their music is extreme would cower in fear when they hear Power Electronics music. Make sure you have the volume low.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7lkE4zED688


I dont think louder or more noise equals more extreme. I mean that shit sounded like a radio station going in and out in the car man.
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by PresidentLeever Sun Aug 30, 2020 2:37 pm

Just finished another set of post-punk and new wave focused spotify playlists (2000s):
https://www.reddit.com/r/postpunk/comme ... ists_part/

Direct links:
2000-2004: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/1j5la ... JlnXXD0r_A
2005-2009: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/1zXzx ... Kx_dr_8TLA

"Hardboiled" (less pop, more experimental/challenging/abrasive/heavy) versions:
2000-2004 : https://open.spotify.com/playlist/6t7Xw ... cWw3sV1a7g
2005-2009: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/7l3sk ... C1e3ySj1ng
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Re: What are you listening to at the present? (genres helpfu

by stickem Sat Sep 26, 2020 4:27 pm

Probably sounds stupid but lately I've been addicted to watching youtube reaction videos. Specifically young black folks that grew up only on rap branching out hearing metal bangers for the first time and enjoying it. Brings a tear to my eye to watch them discover ratm, old metallica, pantera and digging it, especially rage.
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by PretentiousHipster Sat Sep 26, 2020 5:28 pm

stickem wrote:Probably sounds stupid but lately I've been addicted to watching youtube reaction videos. Specifically young black folks that grew up only on rap branching out hearing metal bangers for the first time and enjoying it. Brings a tear to my eye to watch them discover ratm, old metallica, pantera and digging it, especially rage.


Watching them react to death grips is super entertaining too.
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by stickem Sat Sep 26, 2020 5:36 pm

PretentiousHipster wrote:
stickem wrote:Probably sounds stupid but lately I've been addicted to watching youtube reaction videos. Specifically young black folks that grew up only on rap branching out hearing metal bangers for the first time and enjoying it. Brings a tear to my eye to watch them discover ratm, old metallica, pantera and digging it, especially rage.


Watching them react to death grips is super entertaining too.


All I've seen have love the fuck out of limp bizkit, hollywood undead, tool, Korn, slipknot or most with a rapcore vib. I didnt mean to throw tool in that genre lol. But it's cool how they follow the lyrics to see what the message is really about. Dont know how many times I heard I thought metal was just devil shit. Nope, you gotta read between the lines. But I dont think they ready for some black metal or extreme type shit. I think my favorite is the bulls on parade reactions, especially since its 20 years of foreshadowing
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by PretentiousHipster Sat Sep 26, 2020 5:40 pm

Yea most of them love death grips after reading the lyrics. It is hip hop but more aggressive and in your face than most punk music.
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by stickem Sat Sep 26, 2020 5:42 pm

PretentiousHipster wrote:Yea most of them love death grips after reading the lyrics. It is hip hop but more aggressive and in your face than most punk music.


I dont really know what death grip is. I guess it's out of my zone. Recommend me something to ease into and I'll check it out. Always want to find new stuff to emerse into.
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by PretentiousHipster Sat Sep 26, 2020 5:48 pm

stickem wrote:
PretentiousHipster wrote:Yea most of them love death grips after reading the lyrics. It is hip hop but more aggressive and in your face than most punk music.


I dont really know what death grip is. I guess it's out of my zone. Recommend me something to ease into and I'll check it out. Always want to find new stuff to emerse into.


The Money Store is their most praised one and is legit considered one of the best hip hop albums ever now. My favourite is their debut Exmilitary though because of how raw and aggressive it is. Plus the samples they use in that album are insane. Black flag, Link Wray, bad brains, Syd Barrett era Pink Floyd, magma, and David Bowie.
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by PretentiousHipster Sat Sep 26, 2020 5:51 pm

Their album Jenny Death is also proof that rap metal can be very well done.
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