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    For anyone who is feeling emotional :

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    I prefer this, personally:



    Neo-classical Ambience at its' finest. The full name of the song is Slunce V Snovém Kraji, Rozplývání, Echa...
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    If you want a seriously, borderline suicidal cry listen to...

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    Edit: Wait... did someone seriously just neg MILES DAVIS! How is that even possible. He is a critically acclaimed genius... If I only I could hunt down this ****er!



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    (Original post by Drunk Punx)
    I prefer this, personally:



    Neo-classical Ambience at its' finest. The full name of the song is Slunce V Snovém Kraji, Rozplývání, Echa...
    I love this.
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    Re:stacks by Bon Iver.
    Seems to comprehend all the loss I've ever felt into song, and it never fails to make me cry.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ePatJIwB-sI
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    (Original post by lella_m)
    I love this.
    Funny thing is, it's so very different to anything else that Trist has released:



    Most of the material he released/didn't release but is still about thanks to the Internet ( :suith: ) is similar to that ^

    But yeah, I had Slunce... on repeat for days :lol:
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    (Original post by Drunk Punx)
    Funny thing is, it's so very different to anything else that Trist has released:



    Most of the material he released/didn't release but is still about thanks to the Internet ( :suith: ) is similar to that ^

    But yeah, I had Slunce... on repeat for days :lol:

    That's some rather amateur ambient music; not much going for it really. I'd recommend this... better layering, textures and intracacies... In my opinion, a watershed moment in ambient music...

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    (Original post by spazman21)
    That's some rather amateur ambient music; not much going for it really. I'd recommend this... better layering, textures and intracacies... In my opinion, a watershed moment in ambient music...

    Trist isn't used to releasing such material. See my above post. Quite different to the music he normally plays

    Edit: Were you referring to Slunce V Snovém Kraji, Rozplývání, Echa..., or Sneni?
    Because black metal in that sort of vein is generally very repetitive.
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    (Original post by insignificant)
    For anyone who is feeling emotional :

    this shows how much of a useful tool you are for the media
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    (Original post by Drunk Punx)
    Trist isn't used to releasing such material. See my above post. Quite different to the music he normally plays

    Edit: Were you referring to Slunce V Snovém Kraji, Rozplývání, Echa..., or Sneni?
    Because black metal in that sort of vein is generally very repetitive.
    I was reffering to your 2nd post. I just had a good listen to the 1st piece, but, it's nothing spectacular. You can't deny it's extremely repetetive... whilst I realise that this is characteristic of electronic music as a whole, this track is far too long... it just drones on. The way to make repetetive music interesting is to make very subtle changes to what already is there, or to add sounds and instruments or take them away. I'd say what people class as "repetetive music" never really is that; if they listened carefully and payed attention, they'd realise an abundance of subtelties and nuances. Listen to minimalist classical music and you'll see what I mean... Steve Reich, Phillip Glass, Terry Reily - in essence, the foundations for all electronic music today.

    Take a good listen to what I posted... listen to the textures, the organic sounds, the samples of nature, rustling, birds tweeting, orchestral swells. It's all there in that piece. Although, this is a repetetive piece, the artist didn't have the audacity to make it a half hour epic; You're piece is possibly a bit pretentious, to be honest.
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    This one makes me cry.. It's such a pretty song.

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    Stairway to heaven by Led Zeppelin ALWAYS brings tears to my eyes....

    but at the same time it always makes me feel happy to be alive and listening to such a magical song.
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    Y'all need to man up, these songs make me want to flex my biceps and get up on a hoe
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    (Original post by spazman21)
    I was reffering to your 2nd post. I just had a good listen to the 1st piece, but, it's nothing spectacular. You can't deny it's extremely repetetive... whilst I realise that this is characteristic of electronic music as a whole, this track is far too long... it just drones on. The way to make repetetive music interesting is to make very subtle changes to what already is there, or to add sounds and instruments or take them away. I'd say what people class as "repetetive music" never really is that; if they listened carefully and payed attention, they'd realise an abundance of subtelties and nuances. Listen to minimalist classical music and you'll see what I mean... Steve Reich, Phillip Glass, Terry Reily - in essence, the foundations for all electronic music today.

    Take a good listen to what I posted... listen to the textures, the organic sounds, the samples of nature, rustling, birds tweeting, orchestral swells. It's all there in that piece. Although, this is a repetetive piece, the artist didn't have the audacity to make it a half hour epic; You're piece is possibly a bit pretentious, to be honest.
    I think at about 12 minutes a little drum bit kicks in, but from memory I think that's all the change in the song is. As I said, Slunce... isn't really the sort of music that Trist usually plays.

    Concerning Sneni, black metal as a whole tends to be a bit repetitive sometimes, but that's mainly because a lot of it is done for the atmosphere it creates (the repetition in DSBM characterises the monotony of life, etc).

    Edit: Funeral Doom as a whole is notorious for its' repetition:



    That's the first ten minutes of a 20:30 length song, which seems to be roughly the same sort of length of most of the pieces that Esoteric release (most clock in somewhere between 10 minutes and 25).
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    (Original post by JCC-MGS)
    Y'all need to man up, these songs make me want to flex my biceps and get up on a hoe
    Lol this!

    I clicked this thread while listening to Kanye West..."I think I just fell in love with a pornstarrrr, turn the camera on she a born starrrr"
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    'The Call' by Regina Spektor gets me blubbing like a baby every time!
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    (Original post by HumanNature1992)
    Lol this!

    I clicked this thread while listening to Kanye West..."I think I just fell in love with a pornstarrrr, turn the camera on she a born starrrr"

    "pussy and religion is all i need " nuff said.




    no homo.
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    (Original post by Drunk Punx)
    I think at about 12 minutes a little drum bit kicks in, but from memory I think that's all the change in the song is. As I said, Slunce... isn't really the sort of music that Trist usually plays.

    Concerning Sneni, black metal as a whole tends to be a bit repetitive sometimes, but that's mainly because a lot of it is done for the atmosphere it creates (the repetition in DSBM characterises the monotony of life, etc).

    Edit: Funeral Doom as a whole is notorious for its' repetition:



    That's the first ten minutes of a 20:30 length song, which seems to be roughly the same sort of length of most of the pieces that Esoteric release (most clock in somewhere between 10 minutes and 25).
    Whilst I agree atmosphere is paramount in this kind of music, I still don't think artists should be able to get away with repetetive music...

    As for this metal stuff, it's just about the only genre of music I've never delved into... it's just one of those things that's never really appealed to me. On top of that, metal probably has the least critical acclaim out of any genre (to my knowledge). No offence intended...
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    (Original post by tesha_al)
    "pussy and religion is all i need " nuff said.




    no homo.
    Well hai there :sexface:
 
 
 
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