Help me find music like the Books

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Re: Help me find music like the Books

Postby HAVN » Sat Aug 05, 2017 3:48 pm

baremountain wrote:Necro bump bc damn this is rocking my world: ... ionaries-2

Can't speak to the rest of their discography (yet) but this record has to be the best, most refreshing piece of music I've heard this year. As I continue to listen more and more I'm drawn further in as well.
You can't really tell what's a sample and what's deliberately performed and layered in for the track itself, and that's a beautiful thing to me. Lots of Eastern sounds firmly re-contextualized into western music. It's familiar and easy to enjoy, but not shallow either.

Thanks for sharing this, only a few tracks in so far and it's super interesting. Can't imagine the undertaking to mashup some of these scales. :love:
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Re: Help me find music like the Books

Postby Inconuucl » Sat Aug 05, 2017 4:19 pm

I'm on it, been trying to make an album in this style for almost a year now. Shit is hard as balls to get to a level that I'm satisfied with. Have made a ton of music though. :)*
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Inconuucl: I can shoegaze that tune with 5 pedals.
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