Post music that fits into /x/, either due to the music itself or the stories behind the music./x/ Music can include -Cryptic lyrics-Eerie/unorthodox instrumentation-Explicit of Implicit references to the occult-"Underground" Musichttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c-SnFnETQU8
>>29756688Stop spamming your music in every thread
>>29756704This literally isn't me. Some other anon posted it in the other music thread.
>>29756708its not even bad music anon, with a little more experienc oyu couldve probably gotten bug, but spamming it and trying to grow inorganizally only hurts you in the long run
Obviously pic related.
>>29756688>omg is that weird???? isn't that so weird????? its a fuckin cacophony?! IS THAT A CALLIOPE???? im going insane!!!!
3TEETHAuthor & PunisherRELICTreppaneringsritualenThey're all good and occult
>>29756869Oh fuck yeah, dunno the last two but I'll look em up cause the first two are solid, used to listen to A&P especially while playing Binding of Isaac back when it was new because it fit so well. To anyone reading, Terror Bird is a great song by him, also make sure to watch him actually play the stuff, it's ridiculous the set up the guy came up with.Similarly 3TEETH is great, found out about them through MDE, good industrial shit.Bit of a retard example but that's the point because it sounds like mental illness, but honestly tons of songs by Ogden Edsl https://youtu.be/oJ0eHofgt0Yit's fun to play for strangers and start counting the seconds till they remark "what the fuck man"
Artist: The Future Sound of LondonAlbum: Lifeforms
>>29757071If you like 3TEETH you'll like RELIC.I've met Alexis from 3TEETH a few times. He's really bright and has his thumb on the pulse with world happenings and occultism.I really didn't like their third album but the first two are mental.
>>29757181Nice, I have some driving through nasty weather to do today so I'll give them a listen.I could totally see that about him. Agreed on the albums. Not necessarily /x/ other than in certain vibes, and given your taste in music you probably know of these, but SWANS, Daughters, and way way more underappreciated, band called Chat Pile that has like 2 or 3 EPs. All have that aggressive, opressive sound to them.
>>29757090Great album. Dead Cities too
Does anyone know that song conspiracy videos used to play? Not the two steps from hell thing or the sound system songs.
>>29759947Not the matrix song either.
>>29759947That song from Inception?
>>29760075Nah. I think it was a hip hop beat
>>29757233I'll put those on at work, thanks. I'm a musicphile and really appreciate new stuff.Other music that qualifies as /x/ as far as I'm concerned although the 'lighter' side of /x/ are the albums Language and Clairvoyant by the band The Contortionist.Pic related, it's Clairvoyant.
>>29757071>MDE & 3TEETHThat's another odd thing btw, they're such an unlikely coupling to the passing eye because we're so desperate as a society to filter everything through the political left-right paradigm and Sam Hyde and Alexis Mincolla at first stand on opposite ends of it.But upon closer inspection it seems they're both just beyond using it. They use subversive media to narrate to the audience the ridiculousness of society and the position we're in except ones a jester and the other a wizard.
THE BODY has always had fucked up and occult vibes
>>29756688Dr. Jack Kevorkian (A.K.A. Dr. Death for assisting in the suicide of at least 130 patients) made a very creepy jazz album called A Very Still Life. This track gives a good feel for the album:Whispering, Came Violets> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tUSfrFGug4c
cool spooky dark ambient album i was listening tohttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z0uNbEZsR7o
>>29762114>gojirafucking based https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iqrMFNMgVS0https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rv_a6rlRjZk
>>29762316i need ear bleach now https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hQFlbqnvUqU
Tommy Four SevenHighly electronic, highly spooky.Great thread so far, great suggestions
>>29761761Re: Swans, you really can't go wrong with any of it but s tart with the album Filth, absolutely devestating, for Daughters, listen to "You Won't Get What You Want", and for Chat Pile, well they have 2 EPS and they're short but they're incredible, I've not seen them put out a bad song.I'm the same way, will be checking out Clairvoyant.>>29761806I was going to bring that up but you said it perfectly, excellently put. That was a really exciting, albeit short period of time.
I don't feel like linking but most notably want by catholic kpoppie taemin featuring auguste rodins gates of hell has always stuck with me despite how on the nose it is. killer song that is about the story of adam and eve from of all things, the apples pov. His songs holy water, final dragon and eclipse also come to mind. Goodbye is obviously occultic as well but more in a spiritual tradition way than a so catholic it looks like a dan brown book shit on it way. Idea is more interesting/rife with occultic themes. the song itself is about platos theory of forms though that is not immediately apparent and it wouldn't make a lick of sense otherwise.last not least dimash kudaibergens love of tired swans mv is a very obvious portrayal of fallen angels and kind of brilliant if you like dramatics.
>>29761761Almost forgot to mention, two bands that get no love but absolutely deserve some - Cryptic Ruse, which is microtonal metal where often every track is in a different bizarre tuning (that he totally makes work), excellent songwriting and 10/10 originality https://youtu.be/vDYZ83eCWkwAnd then LXNNNIE, a self-proclaimed schizophrenic singer-songwriter who plays in a style he calls "schizodelic".For Cryptic Ruse, I'd say his best work so far is Chains of Smoke https://youtu.be/vDYZ83eCWkw with the best tracks imo being the first, third, and last tracks. but it's incredible all the way through.For LXNNNIE, I started with "Playing Spades With Satan" https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLC312E78E3AF2B211 which I recommend listening all the way through because every song is amazing, if you're short on time though, check out "Synaesthesian Psychlosis", "Luminol" "Deer With Headlights" and "Luminol", gives you kind of the full spectrum of songs from heavy, funny, to beautiful. He's a prolific musician, a genius songwriter and a great guy, I've talked to him a few times over the years, he even sent me some of his files with his lyrics etc. If I could make one person more popular it would be him, I really should have posted about him first, guy has a lot of projects too with different styles so check out his channel for that stuff, some really fantastic stuff in there. If you like his stuff I definitely recommend buying some of his physical media, any time I've ordered from him he goes out of his way to send some weird shit with it, I got some photo negatives, a lottery ticket, a pog, a drawing, a handwritten note that he signed, some price stickers for different cookies, and the best Dinosaurs Attack card ever made, which is of course the triceratops at the wedding with bride and groom impaled on its horns kek
>>29762701Posted that first link twice, it's almost 5AMAnother good one that's totally unhinged, fits the theme because it's total agressive chaos that sounds like how the world feels at the moment https://youtu.be/b-O7Kta4LoA It's electronic and it's still one of the heaviest things I've ever heard in terms of timbre and sheer unrelenting aggression
How the hell could I forget Sleep Token...Nazareth and Hey Ya are the gateway tracks for anyone interested.
>>29762758Interesting, I'll have to check out more of his stuff, that almost but doesn't quite click for me. I have extreme respect for the composition, the editing, the timbres of the synths, but it just has a touch too much of a dubstep-esque sound in places for my taste, like it's right on the verge of me really liking it but not quite. I'm afraid I prefer my mechanized screeching Japanese hatred music for now.
You guys like Hieronymus Bosch? I like Hieronymus Bosch. This guy that goes by Frankenseuss animated the Hell portion of The Garden of Earthly Delights for a music video by Buckethead, and it's some of the most fitting musical accompaniments I can imagine. Evocative of Bosch's vision of Hell - dissonant, chaotic, aggressive and malicious, but also cartoonish and humorous, playful even. The album it's off of is called Cuckoo Clocks of Hell and it all has that vibe and I can't recommend it enough if you like the sound. Buckethead is incredible in everything he does but that album is S-tier even for him.Another /x/ type song, his tribute to HP Lovecraft, Lurker at the Threshold. Been learning to play the song off and on since I was in my early teens, has lots of different moods and every riff is a blast to play, good song to play for others I find, nice little musical journey https://youtu.be/ZlziFg03DRw
>>29761889Love them, fuck yes anon
>>29763547Yes!!! Insect Hoofs on Lassie might be my favorite Cardiacs song but it's impossible to say. Good taste, keep spreading the good word.
>>29756688Boards of Canada
RELIC, chaos magick centric industrial acthttps://m.youtube.com/watch?v=uxBSQqd73DI
Élaine Radigue makes some pretty trippy stuff.https://youtu.be/1RrsiGmLp_Ehttps://youtu.be/SKrZdvqzAEc
Isao Tomita had some wild ideas too.https://youtu.be/oHhHIdLWegk
https://youtu.be/yJLhnts9-oQI loved the music used in this video, but I totally forgot the musician's name. Gives a weird vibe, fell asleep on it and had some really weird dreams. anyone know it?
>>29759947>>29760108You mean the one with the weird "neah neah" sound? I don't know the title/artist, but that song gave me the fucking creeps as a kid.
>>29756688Never posted in one of these threads before, but here have thisNobukazu Takemura - SignI've shown this album to tons of friends and no one came away without having some kind of strong reaction to it, cute and incredibly creepy at the same time.
Mr. Twin Sister's In Heaven is spooky and etherial
>>29774084Great album but what's spooky about this?
the sabbath assembly is a female fronted metal/hard rock concept band that bases their lyrics and imagery on the process church of the final judgement
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8OnrDweVJskhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=04q19L387YYhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d1oMKQ-4WogThat's all from me for now. Some are explicitly based and /x/pilled and others are just things /x/ users might like based on knowing some irl
>>29761806The far left and far right have more in common than otherwise. Especially since both "sides" are smart enough to discard idpol, seeing it as a tool for siccing the general public on their neighbors rather than the people at the root of the real problems they face. That compass meme with "it's simple. we kill the bankers" in the top right and bottom left is accurate
>>29763079>animated the Hell portion of The Garden of Earthly DelightsHaven't looked at this yet but if it's done well at all that's fucking incredible. I had a teacher in art school who was a descendant of bosch. I don't care what "woke" retards say, some aspects of civilization are 100% genetic. Man was a genius.
>>29778107Give it a watch and tell me what you think, I find it incredible for my taste, it's a bit garish but I think it fits the feeling of the painting and the sort of grisly humor embedded in it.That's cool as fuck that he was a descendant of Bosch, I would have loved to meet the guy and hear his thoughts on his work.
>>29759947From hanz zimmer?
>>29778275The guy once did a portrait of the lion, scarecrow and tinman from the wizard of oz on the whiteboard over the 2 hours between his class and returning from my others before heading home. It was incredible. He went to ringling so learned from the best but just getting there means he had real talent and I believe it's genetic on some level.
>>29778291It absolutely is, and I also believe in genetic memory - as to how that breaks down mechanically I couldn't tell you, but I've seen and experienced an awful damn lot that intuitively makes me believe in it. I think a lot of it exists in the unconscious, based on dreams I've had that don't come from any waking knowledge but tie in neatly with ancestral themes and folklore.
>>29763547This is blowing my mind. I've never heard this band before.
Burzum - FilosofemWhen night fallsShe cloaks the worldIn impenetrable darknessA chill risesFrom the soilAnd contaminates the airSuddenlyLife has new meaning
>>29778410I believe jung was at least in the ballpark with his theories. Maybe even simplifying the roots of a hard science that unfortunately never grew from the good roots it was given. Can you link that video by the way? Can't find it and I appreciate the technical skill of musicians like buckethead but I'm not a fan and don't know what song it is
>>29777273yesss. fellow BoC bro here. some flaming lips songs are /x/ tierhttps://youtu.be/B4O7aI87E3ghttps://youtu.be/Czd3fgnHPochttps://youtu.be/6tkHIMqN-YMhttps://youtu.be/jcFKlEfu_eU
>>29778411they're the most underrated band in music man, glad you like them! All their albums are amazing, as are theirm usic videos. Check out the vids for Tarred and Feathered and RES.
>>29778519My thoughts exactly, it's not that I think he nailed it but he was damn close to something.Fuck dude I swore I linked it, my bad https://youtu.be/5TqiI4njZ88
>>29778519>So Buckethead has someone send me some mp3's of his new album without any comment or album art. I am struck by the "Spokes" track and I *instantly* visualize animated Hieronymus Bosch in my head. I scan a few of his paintings in and make a 15 second test animation. A week or so later I drive to Buckethead's secret headquarters and play him the test. He freaks out and takes me into his recording area, right there on the wall is a huge Hieronymus Bosch poster. Buckethead had been imagining the painting coming to life when he wrote the song. This was one of the most effortless things I have ever done, it felt like it was meant to be.>The paintings were by Hieronymus Bosh with some additional artwork by Frankenseuss. Photoshop by Scott Halford, Dan Meagher, Gina Festagallo, Cristie Henry and Girafa. Music by Buckethead and Dan Monti.
>>29778519The one I linked doesn't have the credits sequence which is also cool, seen here https://youtu.be/1bSZslEDUl0
>>29778591Yeah this is about as good as it gets for a project like this. weird to think about but somebody as strange and enigmatic on the surface as buckethead is, professionally, is just a man underneath the industry-friendly veneer. ever watch waynes world? remember the alice cooper scene? in person I'd bet somebody his age is just some guy. marilyn manson, too. deep down he's just some aging man with a brand to protect. it's fun thinking about how much of what we see and perceive amounts to carefully scripted paradigm-shaping entertainment. explicit entertainment, politics, lazily veiled propaganda in Ny form; it's all invented by a handful at most of people who exist to mislead and misdirect.
>>29778798Yeah man I agree, I loved it the first time I saw it and still it holds up over a decade later.I know what you mean, but the one interview I've heard in which Buckethead actually talks normally he's for sure a different sort of guy, soft spoken, very sensitive, shy. He talks strangely and I'm not sure if there's some sort of disorder going on or not, I don't care to diagnose him, he's a good man regardless. Extremely kind hearted, both in and out of character I've never heard anyone say a bad thing about him other than people that clashed with his eccentricities namely (Ozzy, Axl Rose), but even Ozzy wasn't really shitting on him as a person, he just couldn't work with him creatively. Axl Rose is of course a cocksucker so that one doesn't count. Never heard Buckethead speak ill of anyone or perform anything in or out of character that had some sort of manipulative angle to it, guy has a very pure approach to what he does that I respect tremendously, been listening to him since like 2005 and have seen him live once, he's the real deal. Him and Devin Townsend put on the most fun centered shows I've ever seen. Did a whole song with a guitar synth effect where he was handing out toys to the audience while fretting notes and also letting the audience work the killswitch on his guitar to effect the song, it was peak wholesome.
https://youtu.be/LhY05cF8X8gMoving through evolutionLeaving your paradise to understand the painFinding fresh clay to dress this consciousness in fleshReminding us where and how and why we choose this gameMoonchild, your bravery is evident to meNothing is or ever was nor neither will it beEvil to your eyes that see beyond realityIf you ever need to share your tears, I'll pray for rainLeaning on your mother's breast and feel her heart beatAlight a life, harmonize with sea-green ancestryTouch those souls that evoke peace and beautyIf you ever need to share your tears, I'll pray for rain