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Old 04-16-2021, 02:10 PM   #4221 (permalink)
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Feed me some good electronica recs. Really not too fussed on subgenre but I tend to enjoy IDM/downtempo/ambient the most. Doesn't matter tho, if you think it's a bop throw it my way. Full projects instead of just singles preferably.
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Old 04-16-2021, 03:46 PM   #4222 (permalink)
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Feed me some good electronica recs. Really not too fussed on subgenre but I tend to enjoy IDM/downtempo/ambient the most. Doesn't matter tho, if you think it's a bop throw it my way. Full projects instead of just singles preferably.
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Old 04-17-2021, 07:54 AM   #4223 (permalink)
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Feed me some good electronica recs. Really not too fussed on subgenre but I tend to enjoy IDM/downtempo/ambient the most. Doesn't matter tho, if you think it's a bop throw it my way. Full projects instead of just singles preferably.
+1 on Andy Stott. Drop the Vowels is my fave thing he's done.

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I love Aphex. Listened to some Autechre. I'll check the rest out thanks.

I listened to a bit of Andy Stott today. Def seems like something I'm going to enjoy.
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this song is dope has hell more like this plzz some good ass bar jazz lounge

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Old 04-27-2021, 10:36 AM   #4226 (permalink)
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if one likes Lounge Lizards what's a good transition record into more uh jazz Jazz?
Hmm, maybe try this progression. Lounge Lizards was an early jazz love of mine as well so this is pretty similar to the route I took.

Marc Ribot Trio - Live At the Village Vanguard (obvious connection to Lounge Lizards)
Endangered Blood - Endangered Blood (has the groove)
Eric Dolphy - Out To Lunch! (and everything he's been involved in tbh; has a similar playfulness and funkiness)
Sonny Sharrock - Ask the Ages (texturally similar to heavier early Lounge Lizards)
Charles Mingus - Black Saint and the Sinner Lady, The Clown (compositionally similar, an artist you should know)
John Zorn - Naked City, Book of Angels: Asmodeus (performed by Ribot/Dunn/Weston), Spy Versus Spy (similarly fun and experimentalish jazz rock, maybe flies to close to the metal sun for you though)
Matana Roberts - Coin Coin Chapter 1: Gens de Couleur Libres (a lot darker than Lounge Lizards but has similar diversity, textures, and ambition)

You should explore Miles's and Coltrane's discographies but I'm not sure where a good spot to start with them would be tbh. Their discographies are all very diverse. Ornette's is too, but the easy starting point with that is The Shape of Jazz to Come. Zorn's discography is also insane but less of a priority if you're looking to transition into performative jazz snobbery.
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I like "On the Corner" from Miles Davis
Bitches Brew and Get Up With It are a good continuation for Miles then. Gitchu on some Headhunters, Crossings, and Thrust by Herbie Hancock too.
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Im in a slump i need to discover some new music

yall post me a straight up list of artist ill go through it and not common stuff i know about already or lame **** music i want AAA cream of the crop
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yall post me a straight up list of artist ill go through it and not common stuff i know about already or lame **** music i want AAA cream of the crop
Well there are sites that offer you alternatives to the artists you insert on the site. There is a site called Music Map that is great to seek similar sounding ones.
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Well there are sites that offer you alternatives to the artists you insert on the site. There is a site called Music Map that is great to seek similar sounding ones.

ill check it but ive done that already and a list is much easier

i think ive gone down the tree branches of all the artist i know already
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