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i could post every vibert track that made me happy but i don't want to take up 10 pages of this thread

 

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6 hours ago, MIXL2 said:

and Autechre.. what's the funniest Autechre track?

Trying to think of a "happy" Autechre track this is the one that comes to mind: 
 

 

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11 minutes ago, beerwolf said:

 

lovely thanks for reminding me of bochum welt!

some others from him that make me happy

 

 

 

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1 hour ago, MIXL2 said:

lovely thanks for reminding me of bochum welt!

some others from him that make me happy

 

 

 

I knew a few folks would appreciate it 🤝

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On 3/26/2021 at 2:47 AM, xox said:

 

 

 

Holy cow! A rendition of this magnitude of a piece by deaf Beethoven, that's some serious shit...

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8 minutes ago, chim said:

Holy cow! A rendition of this magnitude of a piece by deaf Beethoven, that's some serious shit...

yes! can you imagine that maan?! that guy gave us so much imo //goosebumps 

...and we're discussing basinski's disintegration loops in another thread, is it art or not... how much significant it is + the 9/11 tie shit lol

but after listening to works like this symphony nothing really matters, who's significant whoz not

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I don't listen to Radiohead much, but when I put on "In Rainbows" it definitely lifts my mood. Such a good album showcasing a band who finally grew into themselves.

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16 hours ago, Brisbot said:

I don't listen to Radiohead much, but when I put on "In Rainbows" it definitely lifts my mood. Such a good album showcasing a band who finally grew into themselves.

Excellent post Sir Brisbot

I love it when someone mentions an album that sends my snoozing 🧠  into immediate overdrive. Yes I will play this very, very soon ☄️

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16 hours ago, xox said:

 

Strange but true I’d never heard of this album until a few weeks ago. I think you need a bit of RnR so all I’ll say it lasted a few minutes. Maybe I was in the wrong mood 😎

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