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Just listened to this for the first time, really likin it, even though all the songs kinda blend together they all have their own catchy hook and melody i love that, any other stuff like this. Just a fun listen, and calm, chill, happy. Also i was thinking about buying a spotify subscription since it seems easy and id like to give back to the artists since I've been pirating for years, even if its just cents.
Challenging yourself as a listener.
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I enjoy doing this and find that the best way to go about it is to listen to music which is of an odd time signature, to start with. From there i found that polyrhythmic tunes in a simple 4/4 time signature was actually alot more enjoyable than just weird time signatures when you can get into the groove of the rhythm. Alot of you guys seem to stick to just overtly depressing and edgy type stuff but implore you to relax your pre-conceived notions of /mu/ acceptable music and branch out into a new world of adventure. There is music out there which encompasses what i am describing and the depressing nature of /mu/ accepted music, e.g. TesseracT, Meshuggah, Cloudkicker, Monuments, Northlane etc.
Can you dig it?
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Instead of being experimental hip hop,
are Death Grips the beginnings of a new wave of punk?
It's loud, energetic, destructive, and all the traits of the earliest punk bands, instead it incorporates an industrial, electronic, hip hip sound, creating its own unique sound. I can't really think of many bands exactly LIKE Death Grips. I wouldn't be surprised if these new bands sprung up sounding like Death Grips in the future.