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Defeated Sanity
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Defeated Sanity Disposal Of The Dead // Dharmata
AMAZING! I came for Brutal DM when I get comoletely unexpectedly hit by my favourite thing in the world, full-on Jazz Death Metal! Wow. To first address the first half, one gets exactly what one would expect. Crushingly heavy Brutal DM with hints of Jazz. However! Half-way into the album, the Dharma part starts, the drummer changes his snare and gets a pletgora of new cymbals, and off we go into wanky Cynic-like fusion worship! It sounds effortless, briliant and all flows so well.rStill, a split-rating is needed:rDisposal of the Dead: 3.5rDharmata: 4.5
Jacob Collier In My Room
Jacob Collier, an immensely talented YouTube star. Can he write good music? Meh. Firstly, his style is a sort of mix of everything you can think of, but smooth, which is not entirely my thing. Not a fan of his vocals either. What is amazing though is the complexity of the actual music, especially the harmonies. Like wow.
Johannes Brahms Hungarian Dances
Brilliant. Brahms manages to have just enough variation in his dances for them not to get repetitive. The violin performance is also wonderful.
Miles Davis Young Man With A Horn
Gorod Kiss The Freak
Gorod have some fun and make basically just a pretty generic thrash EP with Gorod spice.
Gorod Aethra
A great album, but nothing really new from Gorod, and possibly their least interesting yet. After a hell of an album exploring jazz-themes in 2016?s Maze, Ęthra goes back to more ?straight-forward? tech-death, at least for Gorod to be.
Thelonious Monk Thelonious Monk Trio
A great record. Monk's playing is ridiculously good, and completely ignores the norms at the time. His playing is full of dissonant and "wrong" note choices. He would come to get his credit a decade later though, when his genius was discovered.

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  • 50iL Hmmmm, you'd like Santana's more famous stuff and Miles Davis' Jack Johnson. Perhaps Stanley Clarke's solo stuff might be of interest as well!
    August 4 05:33 AM
  • 50iL I basically only listen to contemporary classical. I love all the avant-garde s*** and dissonance so I feel right at home lol. Most of music I've heard from the classical, baroque, and romantic periods are mildly boring.
    August 1 04:59 AM
  • 50iL Ahh, nice! You'll probably love Shakti then, it's super shreddy!
    July 30 08:42 AM
  • garas Sad thing that you're right, some soundoffs have more entertainment-factor than the entire album. You know the drill: a producer crew wrote a full album for her, and she just sang on it and call it a day... generic s***e, sounds exactly the same like any other mainstream pop. I gave it a chance, becasue the cover seemed like it might be different - so disappointment guaranteed.
    July 28 05:46 PM
  • garas One thing is for sure: even though the album is hot garbage, it resulted some really hilarious soundoffs which are 100x times more entertaining the album itself B]
    July 28 10:19 AM

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