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Good. I think I'd rather just lay down and roll over things.
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Originally posted by progaardvark progaardvark wrote:

Good. I think I'd rather just lay down and roll over things.
 

That would still take place in reality. 
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Originally posted by progaardvark progaardvark wrote:

Good. I think I'd rather just lay down and roll over things.
 

That would still take place in reality. 

Oh. Oops. Shocked
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Originally posted by Vompatti Vompatti wrote:

also I should listen to 2019 albums

also I love Kali Malone in an erotic way
yes you should, use my list

and yes, I sympathize
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Originally posted by Man With Hat Man With Hat wrote:

Originally posted by progaardvark progaardvark wrote:

Good. I think I'd rather just lay down and roll over things.
 

That would still take place in reality. 
umm things don't need to be real for you to roll over them
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^Agree on Kali Malone, phenomenal talent on the organ

also yall need to watch dril drop truthbombs on Truthpoint: Darkweb Rising


and where's your end-of-year list?
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Originally posted by twseel twseel wrote:

Originally posted by Man With Hat Man With Hat wrote:

Originally posted by progaardvark progaardvark wrote:

Good. I think I'd rather just lay down and roll over things.
 

That would still take place in reality. 
umm things don't need to be real for you to roll over them
 

have you mastered existing outside of reality? 
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Originally posted by twseel twseel wrote:

Originally posted by LearsFool LearsFool wrote:

^Agree on Kali Malone, phenomenal talent on the organ

also yall need to watch dril drop truthbombs on Truthpoint: Darkweb Rising


and where's your end-of-year list?

my desktop

I'll post my top 30, though I do have plenty more to recommend:

1) The Caretaker - Everywhere at the end of time (premodern jazz/plunderphonics/noise)
2) Tyler, The Creator - Igor (hip hop/R&B)
3) Loraine James - For You and I (techno/grime/industrial)
4) Little Simz - Grey Area (grime)
5) Dis Fig - Purge
-) Uboa - everything, particularly The Origin of My Depression (both noise/industrial)
6) Waste of Space Orchestra - Syntheosis (Oranssi Pazuzu and Dark Buddha Rising doing blackened sludge)
7) Murlo - Dolos (UK garage/grime/dancehall)
8) RAP - Export (dub techno/Lifetones post-punk/minimal wave)
9) slowthai - Nothing Great About Britain (grime)
10) Kinlaw & Franco Franco - Mezzi Umani Mezze Macchine (industrial hip/trip hop)
11) KLEFT - H+ Sexualis (post-industrial techno)
12) Brockhampton - Ginger (hip hop/R&B)
13) Matmos - Plastic Anniversary (electronic/concrete i guess, its literally plastics as music)
14) JPEGMAFIA - All My Heroes Are Cornballs (industrial hop)
15) billy woods - Hiding Places and Terror Management (conscious rap)
16) Weatherday - Come In (lo-fi emo)
17) Purple Mountains - s/t (indie folk rock, David Berman's last record)
18) Xiu Xiu - Girl With Basket of Fruit (rhythmic, cultish stuff)
19) Freddie Gibbs and Madlib - Bandana (boom bap revivalism)
20) black midi - Schlagenheim (mathy noise rock)
21) MSYLMA - Dhil-un Taht Shajarat Al-Zaqum (vaguely post-industrial/art pop inflected with classical arabic poetry and music)
22) Lost Crowns - Every Night Something Happens (avant-prog, NSRO related)
23) Prurient - Garden of The Mutilated Paratroopers (power electronics)
24) everything on Nyege Nyege Tapes and Hakuna Kulala (mainly singeli, techno, deconstructed club)
25) Quelle Chris - Guns (conscious rap braap braap)
26) PTU - Am I Who I Am (acid techno)
27) 9T Antiope - Nocebo (noise)
28) Blanck Mass - Animated Violence Mild (a populist Ben Power record)
29) Kim Gordon - No Home Record (industrial/noise rock, "Murdered Out" is on it)
30) Low Jack - Jingles du Lieu-dit (anti-nuclear digital dancehall)
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^ I'm lucky to have heard of most genres let alone albums. 
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Originally posted by LearsFool LearsFool wrote:

Originally posted by twseel twseel wrote:

Originally posted by LearsFool LearsFool wrote:

^Agree on Kali Malone, phenomenal talent on the organ

also yall need to watch dril drop truthbombs on Truthpoint: Darkweb Rising


and where's your end-of-year list?

my desktop

I'll post my top 30, though I do have plenty more to recommend:

1) The Caretaker - Everywhere at the end of time (premodern jazz/plunderphonics/noise)
2) Tyler, The Creator - Igor (hip hop/R&B)
3) Loraine James - For You and I (techno/grime/industrial)
4) Little Simz - Grey Area (grime)
5) Dis Fig - Purge
-) Uboa - everything, particularly The Origin of My Depression (both noise/industrial)
6) Waste of Space Orchestra - Syntheosis (Oranssi Pazuzu and Dark Buddha Rising doing blackened sludge)
7) Murlo - Dolos (UK garage/grime/dancehall)
8) RAP - Export (dub techno/Lifetones post-punk/minimal wave)
9) slowthai - Nothing Great About Britain (grime)
10) Kinlaw & Franco Franco - Mezzi Umani Mezze Macchine (industrial hip/trip hop)
11) KLEFT - H+ Sexualis (post-industrial techno)
12) Brockhampton - Ginger (hip hop/R&B)
13) Matmos - Plastic Anniversary (electronic/concrete i guess, its literally plastics as music)
14) JPEGMAFIA - All My Heroes Are Cornballs (industrial hop)
15) billy woods - Hiding Places and Terror Management (conscious rap)
16) Weatherday - Come In (lo-fi emo)
17) Purple Mountains - s/t (indie folk rock, David Berman's last record)
18) Xiu Xiu - Girl With Basket of Fruit (rhythmic, cultish stuff)
19) Freddie Gibbs and Madlib - Bandana (boom bap revivalism)
20) black midi - Schlagenheim (mathy noise rock)
21) MSYLMA - Dhil-un Taht Shajarat Al-Zaqum (vaguely post-industrial/art pop inflected with classical arabic poetry and music)
22) Lost Crowns - Every Night Something Happens (avant-prog, NSRO related)
23) Prurient - Garden of The Mutilated Paratroopers (power electronics)
24) everything on Nyege Nyege Tapes and Hakuna Kulala (mainly singeli, techno, deconstructed club)
25) Quelle Chris - Guns (conscious rap braap braap)
26) PTU - Am I Who I Am (acid techno)
27) 9T Antiope - Nocebo (noise)
28) Blanck Mass - Animated Violence Mild (a populist Ben Power record)
29) Kim Gordon - No Home Record (industrial/noise rock, "Murdered Out" is on it)
30) Low Jack - Jingles du Lieu-dit (anti-nuclear digital dancehall)
some interesting stuff I don't know here! I'll take some notes and possibly report back later
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Originally posted by Man With Hat Man With Hat wrote:

Originally posted by twseel twseel wrote:

Originally posted by Man With Hat Man With Hat wrote:

Originally posted by progaardvark progaardvark wrote:

Good. I think I'd rather just lay down and roll over things.
 

That would still take place in reality. 
umm things don't need to be real for you to roll over them
 

have you mastered existing outside of reality? 
you'll have to travel there yourself to find out
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reality is excessive in finalnld
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Originally posted by twseel twseel wrote:

Originally posted by Man With Hat Man With Hat wrote:

Originally posted by twseel twseel wrote:

Originally posted by Man With Hat Man With Hat wrote:

Originally posted by progaardvark progaardvark wrote:

Good. I think I'd rather just lay down and roll over things.
 

That would still take place in reality. 
umm things don't need to be real for you to roll over them
 

have you mastered existing outside of reality? 
you'll have to travel there yourself to find out
 

I've tried but reality persists to be around me Ouch
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Originally posted by Vompatti Vompatti wrote:

reality is excessive in finalnld
 

sadly that is the case everywhere
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Originally posted by Man With Hat Man With Hat wrote:

Originally posted by twseel twseel wrote:

Originally posted by Man With Hat Man With Hat wrote:

Originally posted by progaardvark progaardvark wrote:

Good. I think I'd rather just lay down and roll over things.
 

That would still take place in reality. 
umm things don't need to be real for you to roll over them
 

have you mastered existing outside of reality? 
no, I believe that was Steve Hoffman who mastered existing outside of reality. Check discogs.
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Originally posted by Polymorphia Polymorphia wrote:

Originally posted by Man With Hat Man With Hat wrote:

Originally posted by twseel twseel wrote:

Originally posted by Man With Hat Man With Hat wrote:

Originally posted by progaardvark progaardvark wrote:

Good. I think I'd rather just lay down and roll over things.
 

That would still take place in reality. 
umm things don't need to be real for you to roll over them
 

have you mastered existing outside of reality? 
no, I believe that was Steve Hoffman who mastered existing outside of reality. Check discogs.
 

ugh.

his masterings are always so bourgeois. 
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^ That's what Barnaby said. 
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There is a feeling here. 
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