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  • Atari oh s*** lol thought it was already out. well you'll have to let me know how it is man
    September 30 12:20 PM
  • Atari did you get the new smash bros. for the 3DS? I'm prolly waiting for the Wii U version but i'm curious to hear your thoughts
    September 30 11:44 AM
  • Kman418 TH really is actually pretty easy compared to the others just because its way less focused on beats and polyrhythms and s*** cause most of the appeal is in the the textures and melodies and s***. im pretty sure you'd warm up to it if u gave it a few more listens cause its pretty not-weird in comparison to their other stuff. but yeah campfire is basically completely just electro acoustic melodic textured chillwave stuff
    September 27 07:57 PM
  • Kman418 have u tried campfire headphase? its basically their pop album, although it does sacrifice some of their emotional resonance because of that. its a really good entry point though if you're just not used to their sound. in a beautiful place out in the country and tomorrows harvest are also p accessible although the less warm/welcoming textures and emotions on stuff on those might turn u off (at least in comparison to campfire)
    September 27 07:42 PM
  • Kman418 do not be deceived their is a LOT OF s***TY ****ING IDM but yes when it is good its basically like the best music ever. very hit/miss i guess but when it hits o man. u have heard all bocs main releases right?? (just like their LPs plus their well known EPs)
    September 27 07:36 PM

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