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Barnaby Jack Malins, 21, hombre, Reino UnidoVisto por última vez: Miércoles por la noche

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  • girlpuke

    hi

    5 Ene 21:32 Responder
  • theory_of_mind

    i bet you're fun to smoke with

    6 Oct 2014 Responder
  • jambolini

    share the EP with me when it's done !

    23 Jul 2014 Responder
  • jambolini

    I don't think I could ever limit any one project of mine to being the 'main' one tbh! Try to keep an even and balanced output for each of them but of course that never works out ... glad you think so, I was specifically trying to go for a Slint sound with the live digital recording one "In the field..." and happily had the comparison made from a few people I've showed it to without prompting it

    23 Jul 2014 Responder
  • jambolini

    hey man checked out some of that animal judgement stuff on soundcloud, I really like it - especially the 'post-industrial' stuff - superb <3

    22 Jul 2014 Responder
  • Bic823

    Nice taste, sir.

    9 May 2014 Responder
  • MegaBananka

    Check out please!! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cItdELQZ3XI

    9 Feb 2014 Responder
  • J0bfuscator

    Quite like the early stuff too but definitely prefer the more developed sound. Aha well it's a deserving position for them to take, White Tomb is definitely one of my favourite black metal records

    27 Nov 2013 Responder
  • J0bfuscator

    To be fair it's not like I can really criticise I didn't even attempt such a feat. Black metal has expanded and been incorporated into an insanely large number of different styles which I find quite cool, though a lot of the trve crowd seem to resent it. I quite like bands that really develop the dark aesthetic of it all as well as just the visceral sounds. If you haven't already listened to them listen to Altar of Plagues, preferably either their newest or their first album to start with. They're pretty awesome. In terms of 'industrial' black metal I didn't even know that was a thing and I can't imagine it being particularly enjoyable. Will listen to that album tomorrow, intrigued by the concept of psychedelic black metal. While a lot of BM is trippy there's only one or two bands I've ever come across who embrace the actual sound of psychedelic music in their music.

    25 Nov 2013 Responder
  • J0bfuscator

    I've seen you stray more than once this month... DON'T THINK I DIDN'T NOTICE! :D http://velnias.bandcamp.com/album/runeeater They're doomy black in a similar way to Agalloch who I see you've been listening to. Not sure if that's what you're looking for but a start nonetheless

    24 Nov 2013 Responder
  • rose_and_leaf

    Thanks for the add, great library :)

    2 Nov 2013 Responder
  • J0bfuscator

    Not really sure if I'm honest. There's a great deal of instrumental or near-instrumental bands in the genre but most of the vocals tend to be higher from what I can recall, though they're usually quite deep in the mix so they don't stand out that much in the music.

    27 Oct 2013 Responder
  • J0bfuscator

    For sure, who you been listening to?

    27 Oct 2013 Responder
  • familyfeuef

    mother hecker

    14 Oct 2013 Responder
  • familyfeuef

    can you even be a bigger /mu/tant

    10 Oct 2013 Responder
  • RVeldhuis

    Hey! The more Boards, the more better! :)

    16 Jun 2013 Responder
  • RVeldhuis

    Amazing, I've really missed listening to 'fresh' BoC tunes. Although I haven't listened to it much yet, I still think it is a masterpiece. I can't wait to get my actual CD of Tommorows Harvest! The track that I absolutly love is Come to Dust. Can't wait to listen to this album with some mates, and just chill out to these tunes! How are you feeling the new BoC?

    9 Jun 2013 Responder
  • jonnyfoulger

    Ah, well I've only really got into their two most recent ones so far which were both pretty good and easy to listen to, so maybe start with those? Their first is the most "critically acclaimed" though personally I didn't think too much of it, but you might think differently as there is some good stuff on there. GY!BE are frankly amazing, Lift Your Skinny Fists... is really, really good (my second favourite album), but don't let the track lengths bother you as you'll find it goes a lot quicker than you think as they're each made up of 4 or 5 separate "pieces" within which flow together so it's not like your listening to the same thing for about 20 mins! If you do take a listen then make sure you give almost your full attention to it, and I find it really rewarding since there is just so much going on there. Overall I'm still pretty new to it all, and I'm still finding new stuff.

    4 Sep 2012 Responder
  • RVeldhuis

    They produce music that depends on the mood that they're in. So half of their tracks are just soundscapes or something like that, and they take years to finish a full album. One of the persons close to Boards of Canada said that their newest album would get released in like 2009, and its 2012 now, sigh, I really want to hear their new stuff! I don't know if you've heard of it, but www.twoism.org is a forum which has a great community that all share their love for Boards. You can also find great other BoC-like music there, its really great!

    12 Ago 2012 Responder
  • RVeldhuis

    Hahaha, I haven't noticed it before, but it's really annoying. To be honest, I mostly download music first, give it a listen, and then I might buy an album of them, I think the internet is a great medium for artists to get known. I agree piracing is not good, but through the internet I discovered so many great artist, downloaded albums of them, listened to it, and fell in love with their music, and then I bought their album. If it wasn't for the internet, I'd probably haven't known like 8 out of 10 artists I have in my top 10. Yeah, it's a bummer their CD's are so expensive, cause they don't make them anymore, so they get limited, and prices go up. I actually haven't heard that sample before! Thank you! If you like that kind of stuff, My Bloody Valentine might be good music for you too! I'm really suprised about it aswell. I don't think they're ever gonna release their old stuff. They made like 90+ tracks for Geogaddi, and they only used 23, and one of them is completly silent..

    12 Ago 2012 Responder
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