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    youtube forcing japanese music down your throat

    I mean, as trends that young kids get obsessed with it at least seems to have led somewhere somewhat culturally rewarding I guess. Fidget spinners are definitely a dead end & I'm not sure where all the 2020 Fortnite obsessed youngsters will end up. My nephew invited me to the Diplo concert in...
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    youtube forcing japanese music down your throat

    Is it actually any good? I have never pokemoned
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    youtube forcing japanese music down your throat

    Nope not me. I mean. I wish. ಥ_ಥ
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    youtube forcing japanese music down your throat

    Yeah, anime plays a big part as well. It's another thing that definitely found it's home online, from the fan-subbers to the whole counterculture aspect of it. Now it's everywhere.
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    youtube forcing japanese music down your throat

    It's not just Japanese music obviously. This one has 56M views and you can see the community forming around it in the comment section It's funny that youtube then recommends Weeknd - Blinding Lights, it would just need to add Aha - Take On Me and it could practically start writing the hits...
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    youtube forcing japanese music down your throat

    If you went on a City Pop forum after the original Plastic Love youtube got deleted you'd find people who were actually mortified by it's removal. It really meant something to them. I couldn't figure out if their loss of the video, or more importantly it's view count, was the loss of a kind of a...
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    youtube forcing japanese music down your throat

    There's this one It's not quite hitting Plastic Love levels, but 10M views for a pretty straight ahead piano jazz album from 76 is something.
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    GRIME- breaking news, gossip, slander, lies etc

    This is a stupid complacent opinion parroted by idiots
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    GRIME- breaking news, gossip, slander, lies etc

    I read some quote from a psychologist about how really leaning into the conspiracy stuff offers comfort in times of uncertainty. It makes people feel like they're taking back control.
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    GRIME- breaking news, gossip, slander, lies etc

    Rona has made all the nutters step that little bit further out. I've had this pet theory for time, that conspiracy theories for the believers hold a similar place to what religion has held for mankind for millennia. They help make sense of a cruel and random existence by holding up some form of...
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    The ravages of rave

    skip to about 6mins
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    Grace Jones in Dub

    has anybody read her autobiography (written in part by Paul Morley)?
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    A radio show playing VGM, on Bristol's NOODS FM

    I’ll be on the radio tonight playing only the finest laidback oldschool vgm in a funk/soul/jazz fashion. Put up a foot & relax with me @ 12UK/7EST/4PST - https://noodsradio.com/ sneak peak
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    A radio show playing VGM, on Bristol's NOODS FM

    Todays selections 4U. I. A 1 hour cinematic journey through John Carpenter inspired chip-based vgm. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qp3GXnKwgzs II. 1 hour of the best ambient, experimental music and vgm https://noodsradio.com/shows/dream-console-13th-may-20 Artist / Track Name Christian...
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    Library Music

    Some 80s tracks, although not stereotypically https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_1nTyg-dm8o https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T3s7yH90E5I https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fPPaydv1BLU
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    Library Music

    These days I listen to more 80s and some 90s stuff, especially Italian labels like NRE. The releases definitely got less 'wild' once the 80s rolled around and the industry as a whole became more streamlined, more professional I guess. Fuck knows who was ever going to actually use the 60s/70s...
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    Library Music

    I'm a fan. For me there's similarities with Library Music & Video Game Music, they both run alongside the traditional music industry, imitating, reflecting and at times predicting it's future, all with this weird mix commerce and creativity. I used to sweat stuff like this (basically anything...
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    Early Rolling Stones Masterpieces

    not sure you could call The Stones "posh" when their fathers were things like 'bargees', factory workers & lorry drivers, apart from Mick whose parents were teachers.
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