blissblogger

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re. punk is dumb etc etc

sometimes music needs to get dumber

sometimes "dumb" is the smart move - the smarter direction

sometimes "dumb" is the new move - opens up new terrain
 

sadmanbarty

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music should always swing away from where the pendulum currently is.

if it's tough, go soft. if it's soft, go tough.

if it's smart, go dumb. if it's dumb, go smart.
 

sadmanbarty

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dumbness is often the thing that breaks the new ground for smartness to flourish.

you really got me- the whole of hard rock

hardcore- jungle

punk- post punk
 

luka

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Who was my friend? I'm not his fuckig manager you fuckig dickheads he treats me like a human being and I'm grateful. Is that hard to understand.
 

luka

Well-known member
The lad is a fucking genius. He inspires me.when I see Barty being a genius I am very very happy. It makes me feel like I've achieved something in life, like I've done something good. It's a great feeling. When I see third doing his 100 I feel the same. I feel I'm part of it. I feel I can take some credit. Life ain't easy.
Seeing the young ones smash it, you too othe life, is literally the best thing I could ask for. I'm mega mega proud.
 

other_life

bioconfused
i'm gonna pick some stuff out of the cyclonopedia thread for the new one. was bizarre to see wilhelm reich's "listen, little man!" brought up by the black dog, of all people, in the magick thread, as well. reminded me reich exists. i read it. i think he really did make himself sick trying to help people.
 

other_life

bioconfused
currently expanding my reading list w some stuff a 17 Year Old Hinduism Adept recommended and some new grabs from libgen, mostly archaeology on the bronze and iron age, some gimbutas stuff
 

thirdform

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1 & 3 yes, 2 no but there's enough typically to ruin any arguments for defeating that notion because of extreme music's conservatism.

hmmm. Eminem is not really extreme, and neither is a lot of post-venetian snares breakcore, it's just fast.

Bleep and bass was extreme at the time though, bass so low it shook glass bars of clubs.
 

CrowleyHead

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Oh no I'm calling grindcore extreme music there. Neither of the other examples fit unless you wanna be super generous with breakcore.
 
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