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Comfy music Anon 12/29/2022 (Thu) 10:22:04 No.45
What's your favorite album or song to chill out and listen to in its entirety?
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>>1409 Ambient especially drone is really comfy. I like it when it's kind of melancholic. >Kevin Drum - Imperial Horizon (discovered on Latestaion) https://kevindrumm.bandcamp.com/album/imperial-horizon >Nuances - Preserve The Sancity Of Sound https://bastakiyatapes.bandcamp.com/album/preserve-the-sanctity-of-sound >Dino Spiluttini - Christmas Drone for the Sad and Lonesome https://dinospiluttini.bandcamp.com/album/christmas-drone-for-the-sad-and-lonesome
>>2675 >>Kevin Drum - Imperial Horizon (discovered on Latestaion) Nice! Currently listening to it with a backround of RainyMood.ogg . Thanks Anon. https://www.rainymood.com/
Les Rallizes Denudes, despite being harsh and underpinned by gentle violence and darkness is top comfy for me. It's like being wrapped in a cocoon of noise, melancholy and soft anger. It fills me with heat as if a massive star is about to explode inside me. Listening to this song on repeat and can't stop crying overwhelmed by its radical beauty.
I often miss the overly offensive era of YouTube. Not like Joji's newer albums are bad, but for my taste they're too dramatic and sad, compared to Pink Season's (and Pink Guy's debut album) constant irony and dark humor. You just don't get to see this sort of stuff berry often anymore. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZOLaYl3b-4w
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>>4678 >I often miss the overly offensive era of YouTube Yea same. Seeing as YouTube has changed their terms significantly it is likely this kind of content will never return, or at least it won't be as prevalent as it once was. Really sad since most of my favorite guys on YouTube have now either been banned, left or changed entirely, denouncing their passed "edginess". Anyways here's what I like to chill and listen to. It's the songs The World at Large and Float On by Modest Mouse played back to back since they fade into each other. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Diabumv_OJ4
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Just discovering Yeule. Her Coma album is berry good. Moods : ethereal, loss, sadness. https://yeule.bandcamp.com/album/coma
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Sibylle Baier's Colour Green album is berry comfy. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N-oERBst8L0
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Possibly my favorite album is 'The Reaper' by Alicks. I feel that this album was made for those who feel empty inside, so that they can feel again. https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=OLAK5uy_lHPXICCScoXhvZCb167gfxbmqr-HS_Lso
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I have probably listened to Calico Dreams by Sugar wounds more than anything else recently. It has such a wary fuzzy feel to it. It is certainly not going to appeal to eberryone, but the way the grindcore elements fade into the shoegazey post metal is charming in my mind. https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=BUyiObDhpis https://sugarwounds.bandcamp.com/album/calico-dreams
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Been a lot into desert sand feels warm at night lately. Nice melancholic vaporwave. This one is more /comfy/ tho : https://hallworthcollective.bandcamp.com/album/cafe
I heard you guys like comfy music. Here's some nice things for you ! Mildlife Live from South Channel Island : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=md-ZW7I1ido Agitation Free – Live '74 [At The Cliffs Of River Rhine] : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-ua_YyQb2U0 Yussef Kamaal - Black Focus : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4D8YPDdsxYU Tommy Guerrero Best Of | 最高の : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=afQTyDtcUu0
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>>45 Burn Pygmalion!!! A better guide to romance is one of my favorite comfy albums if not a bit energetic. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i6FcOOdYWec&list=OLAK5uy_nJR0PnNjs7x9o2I71gi39xDOiREKlqOmU
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I'm listening to this It is berry comfy
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Pink Floyd, live at Webley 1974.
I have a request. Send me music that makes you comfy. Any genre but only instrumental, vocal songs are also appreciated as long as the lyrics make you comfy (I like going into deep dives into lyrics to check meaning and good messages) I'm at my home but I don't feel comfy even while listening my favorite music. That's why I'm writing this.
>>5761 David Lyndon Huff's sole work has been a berry comfy album to me for years now. Here's one of the songs. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=njbX1pxi9h4
Might wanna check the catalog first in the future Anon, kinda helps us all out. TIA.
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>>5764 Thanks Chobi, was planning to do the merging later in the night. t. BO
It is in Turkish but i believe the feelings could pass the language barrier.
>>5838 I love this, i don't even know how many repeats i listened by now.
>>5851 I definitely don't understand the lyrics but I understand the beauty of it !
Listen a lot this album lately. Probably my favorite in the vaporwave genre.
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A few years back, I got into music stuff and put a thing up on Youtube I ended up working alongside some actual musicians later in my degree and realized I was much better off leaving it to the professionals, but I hope this is counts as sort of homebrew comfy though
>>6401 Also just to stay with thread theme, I really like Jack Stauber's Finite Form https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b6m8QOcadBE&list=PLFjud8SQWgMk3Ki5c8AQvX6GDaeX_8IhH&index=2
>>6401 That's cute anon. At least you tried and I hope you've find some pleasure doing. Don't give up on music if it's something that make you happy. Professionals are guys who started as you, doing some shrimple stuff.
>>6401 How long had you been making music for? While it could have used further development, I like the the feeling of that piece. It reminds me of something you'd hear from someone like Hiroshi Yoshimura or Takashi Kokubo in embryonic form. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oyJSV9nnt10&t=2003s https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kGu8xI21VTg Or this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GRHZRV746-8 It's way less tacky than the music I was making when I was just starting out. You seem to have good musical instincts.
>>6410 I think I'd been playing around with LMMS for a month or so before I made that. I'd played keyboards and a few other instruments for a year before that though, so I think I just played around with it and recorded it and I decided it was good enough 😋 I'm bretty sure I was using Spitfire Audio plugins. I've now got a lot of experience of making simulations of real instruments because of my degree - I was considering playing with these and starting up again, so the nice words mean a lot.
>>6413 >I think I'd been playing around with LMMS for a month or so before I made that. Wow, that's much better than I could have done by that point. It's notable that you successfully avoided the almost irresistible newbie pitfall of soaking eberrything in effects. It's so easy to turn a mix into mud if you're not careful. >I'd played keyboards and a few other instruments for a year before that though, so I think I just played around with it and recorded it and I decided it was good enough 😋 That must have really helped. I put off getting a MIDI controller for way too long and was stuck using a mouse and keyboard for coming up with ideas. > I've now got a lot of experience of making simulations of real instruments because of my degree - I was considering playing with these and starting up again, so the nice words mean a lot. It seems like you've got a lot of potential. What's your degree in?
>>6419 I've got a BSc in Physics and soon an MSc in Acoustics
>>6433 Two degrees, eh? Do you plan on going into sound work professionally?
>>6451 Probably not, it's bretty competitive and what jobs there are I think wood probably make me hate audio after a few years, I'm kind of happy just to keep it under my belt as a thing I did that was fun A lot of the things I've learned are cross-transferrable to software engineering and things like that, so that's probably where I'll end up in a few months 😶
>>6457 Also to make sure I don't de-rail the thread, one of my favourite soundtracks (not on YouTube or Spotify for whatever reason) https://m.soundcloud.com/zankyou-no-terror I think it was composed by Yoko Kanno
You don't know how much I love this video
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Classic. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IOggGAAAl-M あ... あたし... あたしリアルだよ. あたし生きてるよ... あたしここにいるんだよ...
>>63 Based Thank you for this awesome album.
>>7618 comfy
>>7618 I enjoyed the first one in particular, and the second one was fun to watch again. Been a while since I saw that film.
Got into post rock a while back and this album has always been one of my favorites. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hVSIBCIbs9Q

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