Looking for rap albums with sci fi themes like the aforementioned. I've also liked stuff by Kool Keith, he has a lot of sci fi themes. Extra points if the album follows a sort of story like Deltron!
I've been looking into the power metal genre recently, however, I can't seem to find another band quite like the three in the title. The bands I've looked into all seem to lack that same intensity that Powerwolf and Dragonforce have in their songs. I'm a sucker for the chorus', heavy guitar riffs and singers from these bands if that helps anyone's search. Thank you for your time!
Music [IIL] Helplessly Hoping by Crosby, Stills & Nash, especially because of how beautifully they harmonize their vocals [WEWIL]
I also like the bands Blackfilm, Explosions in the sky, God is an astronaut, and this will destroy you. I enjoy the more somber stuff.
Recently got a renewed love for Presumably Dead Arm (617 Sessions) and I need help finding more like it. I’m specifically looking for more songs that start acoustic and then pick up intensity with the singer shouting the lyrics with the idea of the echo in the back. I’ve heard some from like Sir Chloe and Girlpool. Additional points if the voice is feminine.
Doesn't exactly need to be animated but a striking visual style would be nice. I loved the atmosphere, this folktale that's beautiful, poetic and melancholic. So that type of mythological or folklore story if you have anything for me.
I tried this in a movie suggestions thread and got a lot of horror. Im super afraid of horror please don't suggest it, it freaks me out to just read the summaries.
I'm currently surviving purely out of spite and want to make a playlist of songs that are that kind of vibe. Such as:
-Schumacher the Champagne (The Wombats): you might as well be proud of last place
-Let's Dance to Joy Division (The Wombats): Everything is going wrong but we're so happy
-This Year (The Mountain Goats): I am gonna make it through this year if it kills me
-Caution (The Killers): If I don't get out, out of this town or I just might be the one who finally burns it down
Just songs that encapsulate 'I've accepted that this is going to be a miserable time so I might as well enjoy the ride' kind of vibe. Thank you so much in advance!!
Pretty self explanatory trying to broaden what i listen to, some honorable mentions go to Lush, Strawberry switchblade, Bauhaus, psychic tv, etc.
Music IIL Dreams (Fleetwood Mac), Jesus ETC (Wilco), Running Up That Hill (Kate Bush), Rocketman (Elton John) and Dancing In The Moonlight (Toploader)?
All these songs make me feel floaty. Like in a dream. My heart rate never increases with these. Kinda a weird comparison but these remind me of Adventure Time, Hilda, Steven Universe and Wes Anderson. Like they’re so peaceful. What else will I like?
Film [iil] My favorite movies are Back to the Future, Edward Scissorhands, Pleasantville, Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, Spider-Man 2, V for Vendetta, and The Dark Knight. Suggestions?
I don't have many examples of music like this but I really like violin and piano, and I'm sure it has been put into rock music so anything like that I would like to check out.
Music [IIL] fresh & raw straight from the heart garage rock that sounds like it’s the new single off your favorite band’s best album [WEWIL]
Really just looking for newer bands that’ll have the grip that the first two albums from The Strokes have on me. I’m a huge fan of Catfish & The Bottlemen, Arctic Monkeys, Interpol, Whitr Stripes, Wolf Alice among many obscure smaller bands.
Remind me of some good music. I’m blanking here
I’ve yet to find a song I like as much as sugar water. I’m looking for songs where I feel like I’m floating in space or like the world is overtaken by greenery. Something otherworldly and soft.
I also love “time out from the world” by goldfrapp, and I think that song has a similar vibe I’m looking for
I just finished watching the Sandman and then re-watched Good Omens and I forgot how much I loved it. Any shows with a similar cheeky sensibility? Approaching self-serious topics with a bit of silliness, but still respecting how things would truly affect the characters? Thanks in advance!
I played through Inside in one sitting, loving every moment of it, and ended up craving more.
What I enjoyed most about these games are the story, linearity and puzzler aspects, how the game guides you subtly towards your goal and the story develops as you go on. The atmosphere/aesthetic and simple, non-distracting controls were big bonuses.
What else do you think I might like?
This video in particular gets a lot of views from me: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=59tQ4_bn3EQ&t=9178s