What are you listening to?


#937

#938

Just a couple of days ago I grew out of old school rap and started listening to thrill and phonk


#939

I’ve been on a post-punk kick lately.


#940

Still listening to NoFx West Coast VS Wessex


#941

Those 1-2hour progressive chill dub tech house mixes…when doing stuff helps get stuff done…

Also edm complextro to boost my energy boots.


#942

Thanks to A Tribe Called Quest’s “We Got It from Here… Thank You 4 Your Service”, I’ve been on a quest to find anything featuring Jarobi White (his verses in “The Space Program” and “The Killing Season” are some of my favorite moments on the album). So far, my favorite find is this:


#943

This is John Frusciante’s single from his upcoming release. I heard about it from Aaron Funk on Facebook. It’s really good:


#944

So many teenage memories.

I love you so.


#945

Play it LOUD. Blow your mind.


#946

RIP, Bill :heart:


#947

If you didn’t know that fact, Treponem Pal’s guitar players were on Ministry’s ΚΕΦΑΛΗΞΘ.


#948

On vient d’ouvrir les cages…

Fun fact for the young ones: The Young Gods were recording/sampling all their guitars themselves. Nobody did that back in 1989. Legend.


#949

As amazing as it sounded back in 1987. Fucking incredible. The whole album.


#950

“They don’t make them like this anymore” ~grandpa

I saw Cubanate in London back in 1997. Brutal & amazing.


#951

While we’re at it…

Saw them in 1995 or so. Singer was like the Stiv Bators of Industrial. I wonder if he’s still alive.


#952

OK I should go to bed. Leaving you with the masters.

To this day, this album makes me uneasy. While I am partial to Too Dark Park as the best album ever made, well, The Process is incredible and in a league of its own. RIP Duck.


#953

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#955

Hey everybody, come over to the BB114 thread to listen to a few tracks submitted by IDMf members in the biweekly Beat Battle competition. Find your fav and vote here:


#956

The beginning of this reminds me of Control by Aaron Taos: