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offline DADONCK from here on 2019-09-12 19:09 [#02585118]
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LAZY_TITLE


 

online belb from mmmmmmhhhhzzzz!!! on 2019-09-12 19:26 [#02585119]
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yeah i just heard about this on the news, too young. they
played bits from a few of his tracks, was obviously a big
influence on the antifolk types etc. love his stuff on the
kids ost


 

online belb from mmmmmmhhhhzzzz!!! on 2019-09-12 22:13 [#02585124]
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casper the friendly ghost


 

offline EpicMegatrax from Greatest Hits on 2019-09-13 01:19 [#02585126]
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stupid motorcycle
stupid motorcycle
speeding in my fart

i'd never heard of this guy, but because of the news, i
started digging around. "yip/jump music," i thot, "that
sounds like my kind of album title."

as i listened to speeding motorcycle, i was deeply torn. on
one level, there's a big part of it that makes me wince. on
the other, it's catchy, and i immediately knew it would be
popping into my hed tomorrow.

i was reading wiki and stuff as i listened, and the talk of
lo-fi fired off the following neurons: shit, yeah, i could
hear the blow doing tracks like this, albeit with a lot more
polish. you can hear very directly how similar the tracks
feel to ones like this

then i got on to a bit of "hello how are you" after wiki
kept mentioning it, and i thot: "the spacing of the
percussive thwacks are actually pretty jungle." like, the
enveloping, clustering, there is a lot of data there

there is also a dash of wesley willis.


 


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