What are you listening to now?

Started by Doc, July 29, 2006, 11:15:14 pm

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manuel


linkzpikachu

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nintendodork

Yellow Magic Orchestra's BGM. Been a fan of Ryuichi Sakamoto's film scores for years and now I'm starting to dig into his and his friends' pasts. Amazing stuff. Absolutely timeless. If you're a fan of electronic music at all, definitely check this album and Haruomi Hosono's SFX out.

BGM in full: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hIw3kT2Q9Zk
First track from SFX: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zBDoxTl4pAY
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UglyJoe

Quote from: nintendodork on September 18, 2017, 01:51:49 am
Yellow Magic Orchestra's BGM. Been a fan of Ryuichi Sakamoto's film scores for years and now I'm starting to dig into his and his friends' pasts. Amazing stuff. Absolutely timeless.


There's so much music between the three of them and it's all great.  Check out this three-part article about YMO and Soul Train if you get a chance: https://medium.com/thsppl/the-japan-soul-train-connection-79be442bf37a.  I think you and I appreciate music in a very similar way, and I found this to be a very interesting read ;)

nintendodork

I will definitely give that a read. Thank you! :)

Currently listening to another funky 80s Japanese artist - Tatsuro Yamashita https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JEZmCi-FQ0Q
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nintendodork

^UglyJoe, that was a great read! The live clips the author included were wonderful. I loved their planted businessman. :) The album covers designed by Emori are really interesting too, if not just a little dated. Though, I suppose black caricaturization was still pretty prevalent in anime for a large period of time. I haven't noticed it as much lately but I also don't watch a lot of modern anime.

I'm still on a YMO kick. Here's a cool thing. The main melody of this YMO song, Simoon https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=01rpPco3L8A

...was used by Kazumi Totaka in 9AM on the original Animal Crossing OST! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JDQu0rr7gEo
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Listening to this amazing mashup of one of the Famicom and NES' very best games: 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EpVAc4c2sp0

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Bry89

Aesthetic Perfection - Surface

One of my favourite tracks of the album it's in... infact, I like all of them from it :)
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Bry89

^ lawl :P

Anyway, I'm currently listening to the new album from Grendel and I've got to say, good stuff there even though it's a major shift from what was heard in their previous works. So far, "Severed Nations" and "Far Away" are my faves ;D
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nintendodork

The winning set from a DJ competition from 1998 sponsored by Technics. I randomly found a VHS of the whole thing and this is the only clip I could find online of it. Can't wait to rip the whole thing. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7W_1Pk1plaE
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famiac

January 02, 2018, 03:39:47 am #2188 Last Edit: May 09, 2018, 03:26:24 pm by famiac
That's fucking rad. Your posts are always :fire:
Where did you find the vhs?
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nintendodork

Discogs, oddly enough. There are a couple left but everywhere else I've found it, it's usually about $20. I got mine for $6 shipped! Pretty happy with it.
I like to glitch old VHS tapes and turn them into visuals for live music events. Check out what I'm working on - www.instagram.com/tylerisneat