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Old 10-05-2014, 05:39 PM   #91
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genres on my playlist currently: ambient dub, art rock, chillstep, doom, drone, illbient, indie, instrumental hip-hop, liquid DnB, nugaze, post-metal, post-punk, post-rock, psybient, rock, soundtrack, rap, remix, synthgaze, trap, trip-hop, witch house

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Old 10-05-2014, 07:26 PM   #92
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Wasn't it Jive Turkey who hated these kinds of cloying genre tags? I'm sure he would have a field day with "illbient" and "nugaze."
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Old 10-05-2014, 07:32 PM   #93
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Wasn't it Jive Turkey who hated these kinds of cloying genre tags? I'm sure he would have a field day with "illbient" and "nugaze."
I've heard of every genre on the list except for nugaze (wtf??) and liquid DnB. No clue what the difference is there.
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"Rock" and "rap" are new to me. Can't imagine what those would sound like.
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I've seen people use "nugaze" to refer to shoegaze made since 2000, which is just silly.
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Old 10-05-2014, 08:17 PM   #96
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I've seen people use "nugaze" to refer to shoegaze made since 2000, which is just silly.
Correct. it really just depends on how specific you want to be with genres. i could have just said my list has rock, electronica, and hip-hop
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I've seen people use "nugaze" to refer to shoegaze made since 2000, which is just silly.
I actually appreciate that as a tag. Stuff since then has a decidedly different sound to first wave shoegaze.
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So why don't we have nurock, nualt, nuhiphop, nudance...
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Nugaze is obviously shoegaze with extraneous turntables, you fucks
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Old 10-05-2014, 09:24 PM   #100
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So why don't we have nurock
post-rock.
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Old 10-06-2014, 05:12 AM   #102
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I actually appreciate that as a tag. Stuff since then has a decidedly different sound to first wave shoegaze.
I don't know, something like Cheatahs would be right at home in the nineties. I can think of plenty of other genres that sound much more different today to how they did in the nineties that don't have a new term.

Plus "nugaze" just sounds stupid. No genre should ever cop "nu". I'm disappointed "discogaze" never really became a thing...
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Discogaze has always been thing.



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My playlist is almost ready to go. A tidy 16 songs, 65 minutes. Now I just want to listen to it a few more times before putting the seal on it.
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Now I just want to listen to it a few more times before putting the seal on it.

Could probably do without that.


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