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first thought after i got done w meditating was how good c murder was in this. wont hesitate to use my sawed off ill knock on your door and shoot your mfkin head off!!!
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listening to Sven Grünberg’s Hingus. the score synthesizes the decadence of Liszt with the ruminating sobriety of Schubert in order to demarcate the immense distance between transcendent and material nature. it achieves totality as art through its diffident proximity to the ideal.



dl here

Grünberg also wrote phenomenal soundtracks for impressive Estonian animations. these two are my favorites:

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liceo posted:

listening to Sven Grünberg’s Hingus. the score synthesizes the decadence of Liszt with the ruminating sobriety of Schubert in order to demarcate the immense distance between transcendent and material nature. it achieves totality as art through its diffident proximity to the ideal.




dl here

Grünberg also wrote phenomenal soundtracks for impressive Estonian animations. these two are my favorites:



Swen Gunberg's Dingus, by tpaine

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edit: since I posted this I decided this album is actually not that good

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looking at the swaaaaaaaans and hearing the birds singinnggg
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karphead posted:

looking at the swaaaaaaaans and hearing the birds singinnggg


sounds nothing like the original!

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what do you guys like to listen to in the fall/autumn
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dimashq posted:

what do you guys like to listen to in the fall/autumn


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dimashq posted:

what do you guys like to listen to in the fall/autumn


Current 93

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dimashq posted:

what do you guys like to listen to in the fall/autumn



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dimashq posted:

what do you guys like to listen to in the fall/autumn


listening to the underrated most recent joan of arc album lately



angels of light are an autumn staple for me

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i remixed a Can song






what do you think
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listening to this more after the recent az*ri aggression:

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karphead posted:

i remixed a Can song



I like the remix it's a lot more progressive through the 7 minutes than the original song is through 20. You added the left/right changes and crescendos which I think add a lot that the original didn't have. I listened to yours first though, and this isn't a Can song I've heard before.

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Acdtrux posted:

karphead posted:

i remixed a Can song

I like the remix it's a lot more progressive through the 7 minutes than the original song is through 20. You added the left/right changes and crescendos which I think add a lot that the original didn't have. I listened to yours first though, and this isn't a Can song I've heard before.



thx, i just wanted to isolate the 1st and 3rd movements which i think you are reacting to so good for me

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edited twice this is definitely the version i wanted

Edited by second_axiom ()

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that reminds me of this album

kinda wish this didn't embed since it's not a good song otherwise imo

Edited by Acdtrux ()

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something different
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http://www.neilcic.com/mouthdreams/
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I like this a lot even though it's so short. It's definitely the climax of Pierrot Lunaire, one of Schoenberg's most inflential operas (but composed before he was into 12-tone / atonal composition).

Edited by Acdtrux ()

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