• Band recommendations

    From Karakondzula@46:1/115 to All on Mon Mar 2 05:40:42 2020
    Hello all,

    it's always great when you discover awesome new music, right? So why don't we recommend it to each other?

    The other day, I found out about a band called Holy Fuck at Particles BBS. Their album "Deleter" is phenomenal, a mix of analog and digital sounds, trippy
    synth something. It's hard to explain. Be sure to check it if you like experimental music.

    On Saturday night, I went to see Serbian metal band Nemesis playing Sarajevo. All-female melodic death metal band, fantastic group, realy groovy with hard-hitting riffs that remind of Arch Enemy and Carcass, at least Heartwork+ phase. They have the album out called "The War is On". Check 'em out.
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  • From djatropine@46:1/120 to Karakondzula on Sun Apr 5 07:40:14 2020
    On Saturday night, I went to see Serbian metal band Nemesis playing Sarajevo. All-female melodic death metal band, fantastic group, realy groovy with hard-hitting riffs that remind of Arch Enemy and Carcass, at least Heartwork+ phase. They have the album out called "The War is On". Check 'em out. --- SBBSecho 3.09-Win32


    Beautiful : D: D: D
    If you like chicks from Iceland Kaelan Mikla.
    And Burzum released a new album back in March.

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  • From jack phlash@46:1/145 to djatropine on Mon Apr 6 16:38:57 2020
    on 05 Apr 2020, djatropine said...

    If you like chicks from Iceland Kaelan Mikla.

    That was pretty rad. Thanks!

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  • From CRANKSY@46:1/104 to djatropine on Tue Apr 7 19:22:24 2020
    On Saturday night, I went to see Serbian metal band Nemesis playing Sarajevo. All-female melodic death metal band, fantastic group,
    realy
    groovy with hard-hitting riffs that remind of Arch Enemy and
    Carcass,
    least Heartwork+ phase. They have the album out called "The War is
    On

    Maybe Azusa and Immortal Bird might be up your alley then.

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  • From Digital Avatar@46:1/145 to djatropine on Tue Apr 7 21:15:16 2020
    on 05 Apr 2020, djatropine said...

    And Burzum released a new album back in March.

    .........

    I'll just wait for the inevitable church burnings.

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  • From djatropine@46:1/118 to Digital Avatar on Wed Apr 8 20:57:55 2020
    on 05 Apr 2020, djatropine said...

    And Burzum released a new album back in March.

    .........

    I'll just wait for the inevitable church burnings.

    That hasn't occurred yet.

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  • From Digital Avatar@46:1/145 to djatropine on Thu Apr 9 19:22:43 2020
    on 08 Apr 2020, djatropine said...

    on 05 Apr 2020, djatropine said...

    And Burzum released a new album back in March.

    .........

    I'll just wait for the inevitable church burnings.

    That hasn't occurred yet.

    They're very clever.

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  • From djatropine@46:1/120 to Digital Avatar on Fri Apr 10 16:36:50 2020
    I'll just wait for the inevitable church burnings.

    That hasn't occurred yet.

    They're very clever.



    Burzum? or the whole black metal/death metal scene in Scandinavia?

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  • From Digital Avatar@46:1/145 to djatropine on Mon Apr 13 02:59:24 2020
    on 10 Apr 2020, djatropine said...

    I'll just wait for the inevitable church burnings.

    That hasn't occurred yet.

    They're very clever.



    Burzum? or the whole black metal/death metal scene in Scandinavia?

    Yes.

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  • From Nelgin@46:1/194 to Karakondzula on Tue Apr 14 03:46:40 2020
    Karakondzula wrote:

    Hello all,

    it's always great when you discover awesome new music, right? So why
    don't we recommend it to each other?

    The other day, I found out about a band called Holy Fuck at Particles
    BBS. Their album "Deleter" is phenomenal, a mix of analog and
    digital sounds, trippy synth something. It's hard to explain. Be sure
    to check it if you like experimental music.

    It's hard to know what to recommend when I don't know what someone
    knows or what they like.

    I always recommend Jean Michel Jarre because there's so much to listen
    to from Oxygene to Equinoxe to Electronica and everything in between.
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  • From BoraxMan@46:1/700 to Nelgin on Fri May 1 22:12:00 2020
    Nelgin wrote to Karakondzula <=-

    Karakondzula wrote:

    Hello all,

    it's always great when you discover awesome new music, right? So why
    don't we recommend it to each other?

    The other day, I found out about a band called Holy Fuck at Particles
    BBS. Their album "Deleter" is phenomenal, a mix of analog and
    digital sounds, trippy synth something. It's hard to explain. Be sure
    to check it if you like experimental music.

    It's hard to know what to recommend when I don't know what someone
    knows or what they like.

    I always recommend Jean Michel Jarre because there's so much to listen
    to from Oxygene to Equinoxe to Electronica and everything in between.
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    What else do you recommend to people who like me DO like Jean Michel Jarre?

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  • From Nelgin@46:1/194 to BoraxMan on Sat May 2 02:21:41 2020
    Re: Re: Band recommendations
    By: BoraxMan to Nelgin on Fri May 01 2020 22:12:00

    What else do you recommend to people who like me DO like Jean Michel Jarre?

    I don't listen to a whole lot of other stuff in the new age genre, but there's a lot of instrumental synth types of groups like Kraftwerk, Tangerine Dream, Yello, etc.

    You may want to check out his albums Electronia 1 and Electronic 2 which are collaborations. You'll probably find some good artists linked to him via that like Armin Van Buuren, Rone, Primal Scream.
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  • From BoraxMan@46:1/700 to Nelgin on Sat May 2 19:26:00 2020
    Nelgin wrote to BoraxMan <=-

    Re: Re: Band recommendations
    By: BoraxMan to Nelgin on Fri May 01 2020 22:12:00

    What else do you recommend to people who like me DO like Jean Michel Jarre?

    I don't listen to a whole lot of other stuff in the new age genre, but there's a lot of instrumental synth types of groups like Kraftwerk, Tangerine Dream, Yello, etc.

    You may want to check out his albums Electronia 1 and Electronic 2
    which are collaborations. You'll probably find some good artists linked
    to him via that like Armin Van Buuren, Rone, Primal Scream. ---
    SBBSecho 3.11-Linux
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    I quite like Kraftwerk and Yello. Tangerine Dream, haven't heard of them, but I'll check it out.


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  • From Nelgin@46:1/194 to BoraxMan on Thu May 7 13:02:50 2020
    Re: Re: Band recommendations
    By: BoraxMan to Nelgin on Sat May 02 2020 19:26:00

    I quite like Kraftwerk and Yello. Tangerine Dream, haven't heard of them, but I'll check it out.

    I see Kraftwerk are a member down.

    There's also Enigma, Art of Noise, Orbital (Not heard much of their stuff tbh).

    Let me know if you find anything interesting out there.
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