tofubot;1575835 said:electronic music is the wave of the future. the only people who oppose it are imbecile rock troglodytes who can't seem to equate progression with things that exist outside of a rock band set up. rock is dead and has been dead since punk came about. punk is dead, and has been dead since grunge died. all that exists is a no-culture of music that is only made to make a fiscal year end revenue figure.
Quinarvy;1579701 said:My opinion:This guy is an elitist techno lover.And now he'll go on to talk about his wonderful musicianship that is in stores in Japan and Australia and how the Stones suck.
instantdeath999;1579953 said:Also, this is the greatest piece of music ever composed.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ukjnrXTTvPY&eurl=http://www.rockband.com/forums/showthread.php?p=1579937Oh, sorry, wrong thread. It thought I was in the "indisputable facts" thread.
zack10house;1579973 said:Holy ****......I think the beauty of that made me soil myself
instantdeath999;1579985 said:I couldn't stop crying. Imagine... a place like hoogie-boogie land. It would be so perfect. These guys aren't artists... they are visionaries.
instantdeath999;1579725 said:My opinion:You missed the sarcasm. I made the same mistake on another one of his posts
Shredder87;1580778 said:Yeah, I was going to say, he's being sarcastic. hahaha
Quinarvy;1582978 said:I don't detect sarcasm well when I'm tired.
Zeleii;1583240 said:Deathgaze is going to become a landmark genre....
My name is Fez;1589165 said:AC/DC isn't really as good without Bon Scott.And is there any kind of bonus for 1,000 posts? Like, do I get to join an awesome "4 digit post count" club?
Quinarvy;1589223 said:Back when Apples got 1000, you got to learn the secret 1000 Handshake from Nick.It involves air guitar.
JukeBoxHero;1589233 said:Ah man, I want to learn this.
Quinarvy;1589459 said:Let us summon Nick to teach us?
Zeleii;1583240 said:I like quoting stuffDeathgaze is going to become a landmark genre....
Hungryfreak;1498965 said:I cannot stand overly simplistic synthetic rhythm sections. One reason I hate pop so much. There's just no depth, so when I dive into the music, expecting some measure of complexity, I end up cracking my head open on the bottom relatively quickly because of how shallow it sounds. With a simple rhythm section, I can at least wrap my head around drum sound and which drums are being hit along with distinguishing a bass line from the mix. With most pop tunes, there's NOTHING for me to grasp. It's all too clean, simple and emotionless and that sound is like nails against a chalkboard to me (which, in retrospect, might be better since it could be used well as ambience).Oh, by the way, nice title, there, a21Schizoidman a.k.a. the "Prog-nosticator", haha
MronoC;1590381 said:and then comes the deatgazecoredoes anyone else imagine Deathgaze as being like smooth jazz but a lot more dissonant
Alright_Computer;1592280 said:So far we have technical jazz deathgazecore, can anyone beat that?
afterstasis;1592326 said:"funeral folk" remains undefeated.
Alright_Computer;1592280 said:God, deathgazecore. My least favorite fictional genre.Hopefully someone gets some good technical deathgaze to balance it out.Also, I don't see how two genres that don't have anything to do with jazz (well, most of the time) could sound like smooth jazz. Maybe some band will incorporate jazz influences.So far we have technical jazz deathgazecore, can anyone beat that?
afterstasis;1592374 said:another actual genre that's being used is "sh*tgaze"... good stuff too.
DarkSide247;1592438 said:Are Psychedelic Horse**** considered "****gaze"?