Os beatles

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2008.02.15 21:22 r/Brasil

A casa dos brasileiros no Reddit. Leia as regras e participe de nossa comunidade! The Brazilian community on Reddit. Feel free to post in English or Portuguese!
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2020.09.16 13:22 SweatyPelican IOS copy&paste

Is there any font like the Beatles which you can use on iOS text copy and paste?
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2020.09.15 02:05 bbeeddii Odeio quando você trás os seus amigos

Cara, eu sei que você tem vários amigos além de mim, e seria ridículo e mesquinho pedir por 'exclusividade,' mas eu tô cansada. Quando te chamo pra jogar, ou só pra conversar um pouco antes de dormir, não espero que você traga junto meia-dúzia de aleatórios que eu nem sei como se chamam, e aí fico quase precisando BRIGAR por um minuto da sua atenção.
Também não quero conhecer essas pessoas. Não curto a companhia delas, não são a minha turma, eu não ligo pra elas.
E o pior é que se eu te disser essas coisas, vou ser a bruxa possessiva, e afinal escolher entre mim e o seu grupo de amigos não seria difícil. Então vou me poupar o papel de Yoko, e deixar os Beatles em paz.
Espero que o seu chinelo quebre no meio da rua.
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2020.09.05 13:01 spiritofmnemoth síndrome de underground é uma parada ridícula

Eu não consigo mais consumir conteúdo de canais de opinião ou de "ensaio" no youtube, nem sequer discutir nada relacionado a música, filmes, quadrinhos, livros, "cultura pop" no geral, na internet. São todos um bando de sofistas que pegam um discurso que só anda em círculos, cospe banalidades e obviedades e transformam em uma suposta análise genial só falando de uma maneira profunda e sedutora, jogando clipezinhos ou imagens do material original e um lo-fi de trilha sonora. Outra coisa que me incomoda é essa corrida do ouro em busca de referências super originais que ninguém nunca ouviu falar, e que portanto me tornam superior ao resto dos mortais por conhecê-la. Ninguém está autorizado a gostar do filme do Coringa porque tem esses 3 filmes independentes lançados pra DVD em duas locadoras de Los Angeles que abordam o tema da saúde mental muito melhor que essa porcaria mainstream, glorificadora de "incel". Ninguém está autorizado a gostar dos clássicos, se suas bandas indie favoritas são Kings of Leon e The Strokes, você é poser, a única banda boa é aquela banda neozelandesa que gravou uma demo em 2013 e só fez um show pra cinco pessoas num restaurante em Auckland. A música que mais influenciou a minha vida foi Within You Without You do George Harrison (não é dos Beatles, é do George Harrison), pode me chamar de roqueiro poser, eu não tô nem aí. Eu conheço coisas mais obscuras, mas uma mídia ser pouco conhecida não faz dela superior como obra de arte, isso é ridículo. Diga-se de passagem, às vezes ela é desconhecida porque é ruim mesmo. Eu odeio o quão banal e genérico esse texto foi. Obrigado
Edit: é incrível o quanto tem algumas pessoas que levam tudo ao extremo. Eu não posso fazer uma crítica contundente a canais que seguem um formato específico (nem especifiquei os canais, mas a carapuça serviu) que sou hater. Eu acho sim que existem vídeos bons, e coisas boas que saem de canais de vídeo ensaio, só acho problemáticas as formas com que eles muitas vezes apresentam o conteúdo, e a maneira com que parte da audiência consome esse conteúdo. Me chamar de hater só porque eu não escondo a emoção no meu texto é uma coisa assustadora. Eu acho que preciso falar num tom solene e constante e jogar um lofi no fundo, aí essas pessoas vão aceitar a minha mensagem sem questionar (isso foi uma piada).
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2020.09.01 23:34 Informal_Seesaw_6964 In an alternate universe, we get a Beatles biopic in 2019 instead of Yesterday. How much would it make?

Yesterday is a movie about waking up in a world where nobody except for you remembers the Beatles. But, what if instead of that, it was a biopic movie about the life story of the Beatles band itself? How much do you think it would make in OW, DOM, OS, and WW? Do you think the Beatles are big enough to make as much as Bohemian Rhapsody or even a billion?
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2020.08.30 18:10 GeminusLeonem Brick & Mortar - An Idea for a 2nd Unique Structure Mod

So... I got kinda bored these past few days and, inspired in how the amazing Steel & Thunder mod adds in a 2nd Unique Unit to each Civ, I wondered if I could come up with a 2nd Unique Structure to each Civ as well.
After doing some wiki-diving, this incredibly rough list is what I was able to scrounge up:

And since I am just that bored here are some possible Unique Structures for the unannounced Civs I believe will be in the Pass:

And that's it! Those are all of my ideas for a "2nd Unique Structures" mod/addition/whatever.
I know it's a prety imbalanced list and it will probably never see the light of day, but it was pretty fun to brainstorm it!
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2020.08.22 22:14 500scnds [Table] I am Anthony Fantano, founder of The Needle Drop, and I've been told by Spin that I'm "today's most successful music critic." Some message boards online have also said I'm a meme. Ask me anything!

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Though not pinned due to verification from mod, there is also a "guestbook" in the comments.
Questions Answers
Do you find it hard to approach music from a different culture of origin? For example, when reviewing K-pop or maybe rap in another language, does not being able to understand the lyrics affect your enjoyment of that music, and does that reflect in your reviews? I thought it would be different when it comes to a single critic, rather than places like Pitchfork who may have a more diverse staff on hand to give opinions. i'm not gonna lie; it can be. i think i just try to do the best i can do translate what the enjoyable qualities of the album will be for a listener who won't go into it naturally understanding those aspects of it. because music is so steeped in whatever culture it comes from, the types of barriers are going to be there. and that's ok. not everyone can understand and be an expert on everything. and at the end of the day, i'm just trying to engage enjoyment. it doesn't matter of me if i'm enjoying a weezer album or a natalia laforcade album. i'll do my best to state what it is about the album i find to be special.
what era of musical exploration do you feel like was the strongest? as a followup, do you think music is currently headed in a direction that is favorable? not sure about the first question, tbh.
i think music will continue to move in a good direction as long as the culture it comes from remains in control of its creation and dissemination, not greedy record labels. what we have now isn't perfect, but the internet gives more artists control than before. more control and a fairer financial deal is what artists need to seek otu in the future.
what current movement or genre in music do you think will have the biggest impact going forward over the next decade? what artists specifically will be looked back on in ten years as highly influential to the direction of music? probably guys like frank ocean or some of these emo trap artists. i know the catalog doesn't seem like much, but they're hitting an emotional nerve with current generations few other artists are.
Hey Anthony, I'm a big fan of your content, so cheers for putting the time in to entertain us all. I'm not sure if you've answered this before, but which review of yours would you most like to change the score of in a retrospective? Has reception of your score ever caused you to reconsider? Thanks again Anthony any of these: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JiXWqnT-NCg
a few times, but that desire usually goes away quickly.
Do you think that UK culture makes it harder to understand the messages in UK music? i don't think UK culture makes it HARDER, but because it's a culture Americans aren't familiar with the dialect seems alien and lingo goes over their heads. so, yeah, it can create a bit of a barrier, i suppose. however, i think that's something people should get over to try and enjoy something that's different and exciting.
I notice that you put emphasis on the mixing and mastering of a song when reviewing, my question is have you ever heard a song that still sounded great even though the mic may have been a little muddy or not up to par with commercial standards? sure. all the time. how a song is presented sonically is important, but it's not everything. things can still sound a bit "off" and the music still be perfectly good / enjoyable.
Would you ever drop any original music?? probably, but i'm not sure i have any interest in becoming a commercial artist, honestly. i respect the grind and obviously i couldn't be doing anything i'm doing without commercial music existing. i just don't have any interest in making it or promoting it like it's my job or paying my bills depends on it.
What made you start reviewing music and albums in general? just wanting to share my thoughts and see if i'd get any others in return. covering music professionally just seemed like the most sensible way of making it a part of my life in a way where it could be constant around the time i was trying to forge a career path.
What were your favorite artists/bands you listened to when you were growing up? rage against the machine
the offspring
tlc
weird al
coolio
boyz ii men
rhcp
ice-t
green day
bush
those were some of my early tapes, and then there was all the hits i'd record off the radio with my lil boom box.
what's the best and worst reaction to a review you recieved by a musician? a very nice e-mail from the guys in WEEN telling me a classic review i did was one of the best they've ever gotten and was more impressive than all the coverage they got through the 90s, LOL!
Do you watch any music reviewers (other than yourself)? If so, who would you recommend? personally, i like a lot of the content on YT that's more commentary and essay-based. guys like deep cuts, blacky speakz, finn mckenty. i still watch dead end hip hop and spectrum pulse, tho.
What’s your process Of reviewing these records? How many listens do you give it before you have a final opinion ? typically it's 4-7 depending on my familiarity with the artist, genre. it's just a lot of listening, searching, writing, re-writing.
What musical trope do you think will rise to popularity in pop music after trap elements start to die out? Love your videos by the way. future music will just be whatever makes ppl dance on tiktok. the end is near. get ready.
How do you avoid burnout with your insane level of output? not sure. enjoying what i do and making sure i'm taking decent breaks. doing other things? spending time with loved ones, cooking, exercising, chilling.
Have you always had the best teeth in the game or did the dentist help? the teeth are all natural. just starting telling people they were the best and it worked.
tho if i ever see anderson .paak it's on.
I am from Brasil and love your Channel. What's your favorite Brazilian artists/albums? os mutantes and sepultura are two of the best there ever was.
ana frango electrico is a new favorite. <3
How do you feel about your image in certain communities as being a 'meme'? i'm fine with it. honestly, i feel like if people are meme-ing, they're engaging. that's what you want as a content creator.
Does your job effect how your enjoy music in your off-time? not as much as just everyday life getting in the way, no. sometimes i'd rather listen to laurie anderson than fix the dishwasher, ya know?
What’s your favorite music from before the modern rock n roll era like Woody Guthrie and Louis Armstrong? Etc really anyone from before the 50s. probably pre-war blues or very very old gospel music.
What kind of videos/reviews are your favorites to make? Love the content and you've helped me find artists I didn't know about before. positive reviews and let's argue videos, right now. :-P
Hello, sorta of a new fan. I found you while looking up clippin newest album. Have you ever listened to Trevor Something? Do you have a favorite album of his? can't say i have, but thank you for hopping aboard! <3
I met you at the travis scott concert and we talked for a bit but when I asked for an autograph you called me a “light 4/10 boy” and made me fortnite dance for the autograph. My question is why did you do that? you deserved it.
How do you stay so thiccc while being vegan? when you go vegan, you still have access to fats, proteins, calories, and exercise. all the other vitamins and minerals, too. just don't starve yourself and hit some weights or bodyweight exercises.
What album have you changed your opinion on the most since you reviewed it (good or bad)? i've done a few vids on albums i've changed my mind on, but i'm not sure which one i've change don THE MOST
How often do you relisten to old albums that you gave “meh” reviews, (5-7)? usually they're just 7s, and only once in a blue moon. skipping the tracks i disliked.
What are your guilty pleasure listens? none. enjoy what you enjoy.
i don't give a fuck if anyone catches me listening to ICP or billie eilish. if i like it, i like it.
Will you please do a Redux Review of Plastic Beach? It seems to have grown on you in the past few years and I'd like to see if it's earned yellow flannel status! thinking about it.
Favourite video game soundtrack? i like a lotta the SNES hits: super mario world, chrono trigger, earthbound, donkey kong country 1 & 2, zelda a link to the past
Nested reply to above and pretty much every mega man game.
What genre fusions have you not seen explored much but would like to see/think would be interesting? dance pop and black metal.
MAKE IT HAPPEN!
Anthony, what does an artisr need to do to get a 10 in your opinion? there's no set criteria. the number is just a reflection of my level of enjoyment.
Do you ever take breaks or vacations? It always seems like you're putting out content. rarely, no.
i don't know how to stop.
maybe i have a problem.
have you ever thought of reviewing classical music? yes, but i know little to nothing about it.
i'm probably too dumb to process it or something.
Favorite young thug song? good question. this is probably one of my favs:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6OpdjbzTIhM
What's been the most fulfilling aspect of gaining an audience through music criticism? i get a lot of cool recommendations. :-)
What led you to become vegan? liking animals.
liking vegetables.
being vegetarian for a while and learning to cook more without animal products.
Anthony, how did your collaboration with James Acaster come about? he was just a fan of what i do and through my platform would be a good place for his thoughts on music and his book. he's got killer taste so i invited him on to say his piece.
What are your thoughts about the drill rap scene in NYC right now? Any favorites? i didn't know it was taking hold in NYC as well.
well, i guess i was aware of pop smoke, but would like to know more.
What is your work ethic? How are you able to pump out so much content? give up your sanity? lol.
i think it's probably a case of just enjoying what you do.
What is the last song you have listened to or are listening to now? listening to the new jessie ware album rn. it bangs.
What was young melon like? How did you get into music criticism? young melon? total clown, annoying, liked music, played bass, hated everybody, hated himself.
not much different from today melon, lol.
What do you think of Billy Joel? dig the hits, never got too deep into his discog, though. nothing against him as an artist tho.
What are your thoughts on King Crimson's second album "In Wake of Poseidon"? Do you have a favorite track or least favorite track? not as hot as in the court, but i own it / enjoy it. personally, i say just go from court and then to larks' tongues and get all fucked up.
What are the best ingredients to put in a vegan burrito? beans, rice, guac, corn, salsa, hot sauce, sauteed peppers.
If The Needle Drop wasn't successful, what would you see yourself doing right now? political reporting or accounting.
Why did you feel the need to make a video mocking Death To Mumble Rap when, in reality, we all know it's by far the greatest song ever created? it was ripe for meme-ing and i thought luke would be a good sport about it. he was and seems like a good guy. loved my interview with him.
Have you ever heard Holiday Rap by MC Miker G and DJ Sven? yes, goddamn. haven't thought about that track in years.
What’s your favorite up and coming artist that you’ve yet to mention on video? up until recently i would have said backxwash, but i'll just say BACKXWASH
Think if you were starting out today things would be easieharder? What do you think was the main reason for your success? passion and consistency and not giving up and taking the time to learn my craft from scratch. and probably white privilege somewhere in there, too.
Your thoughts on Capital STEEZ? one of the great losses of the 2010s. could have helped change music if he stayed with us, i think.
How often do u shave ur head? every few weeks? you can literally gauge this for yourself if you just look at my youtube history, lol.
What's your favourite interview with an artist and why? probably my new lingua ignota interview. hayter was just throwing out great answers and killed every question.
Has your meme status elevated your career, or vice versa? probably. memes make the world go round.
Pink Floyd best to worst ? i'd like to say "yes," but then you'd be expecting more than i think i can deliver.
Who is your daddy and what does he do? ken fantano.
he chills and plays mario kart 8, mostly.
Did you ever hear anything from the guy who wrote that Fader article? Like an apology? lol no
Pancakes or waffles? i dunno how to make vegan waffles, tbh. if i did tho i'd probably fuck more with a waffle.
What is your go-to song to eat Italian food to? LOL, i don't usually like listening to music when i'm eating.
Abel or Frank? Better singer? abel is a more skilled singer, but frank's got better songs, imo.
All time favorite Kendrick verse? might be his whole deal on how much a dollar cost or u.
[removed] not sure. i stopped scrobbling years ago.
How many more classics does Kendrick need to solidify a top 5 all time rapper spot? 2
thoughts on the new microphones record? excited to listen to it, for sure.
Do you truly hate your republican followers? not personally. i just think their politics are silly and have been historically disproven over and over and over. sorry, but tax cuts for the rich, xenophobia, and a warped sense of traditional values aren't going to solve any of our problems.
also, how have the last several years been going?
gotta say, conservatives really know how to run a country, lol.
main inspiration for reviewing music, melon? just other youtubers and late 00s content creators "reviewing" things they were passionate about. i figured i wanted to take the music reviewing experience and turn it into that.
Favorite emo record? diary comes to mind pretty quickly. just great performances, songs, production all-around. not so steeped in misery it's self-indulgent or killing the quality of the music.
any thoughts on britpop? was hot when i was a kid. glad to have lived through the golden age of it with some fond memories, but it's not one of my favorite styles.
who is the second busiest music nerd???? nardwuar :-))))))))
Haiiii King fantano crocs when? i gotta hit up crocs for the endorsement.
Anthony, I love your hair . What's your secret? cut it short
First album you remember loving as a kid? evil empire, maybe.
Which genre would you like to see being 'revived'? 4TH WAVE SKA MIXED WITH NUMETAL LET'S GO!
Do you agree big KRIT is the best rapper of the 2010s?? not the best, but one of the best.
what are your head dimensions? watermelon dimensions
Is this still the thread you'll be using? yep
What's your favorite album of all time? not sure i have one at this point, tbh.
Can your wife be in more videos? not interested. too many creep-os out there. the bigger TND gets, the more important it is to keep a barrier between what i do and my private life. my loved ones are a part of that private life, and my wife has been a driving force in my decision on this.
What are your thoughts on the newest The Alchemist and Boldy James album? it's ok. alfredo's much better, IMO.
what are your thoughts on iLoveMakonnen and his music? mostly neutral on it at this point, tbh.
Favorite video game? maybe secret of mana
Did you ever check out that full CHIKA project? I remembered you really liked her Industry Games single. yes. i wasn't crazy about the rest of it, but i still think she's an artist to watch out for.
Spaghetti or Ravioli? spooget
Is Rivers Cuomo an misunderstood genius? seems like more of an open book to me.
what pizza shop did you work at? rossini's in cheshire.
Best kind of melon? water
Best Zeppelin album? physical is my personal fav
yunoreview porridge radio? didn't have strong feelings on it, tbh.
Milk or white chocolate? BRO, DARK CHOCOLATE AND ONLY DARK CHOCOLATE.
Have you ever been in a poly relationship? lol no
Why do you hate Astrology so much? i'm such a scorpio.
Drugs not now.
Are weezer better than the beatles? no
has your opinion on mac millers swimming changed since the review,? not much, no.
Why did u give MBDTF a 6 melon? Just why? there's a whole video on it you should watch.
Why did you distance yourself from Sam Hyde? why wouldn't you?
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2020.08.19 22:56 similaraleatorio Diversos vídeos de mais de 100 anos atrás em 4K 60fps através de redes neurais

Eu passo horas assistindo aos vídeos desse canal, os vídeos são estabilizados, é feito o upscale para 4K e depois colorizados. Nesse aqui de San Francisco ele explica rapidão no início qual a estratégia que ele usa pra chegar ao objetivo final:
San Francisco, a Trip down Market Street, April 14, 1906 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VO_1AdYRGW8
Eu fico pensando coisas como, por exemplo: as crianças que aparecem em vídeos como esse, de 1906, chegaram a conhecer os Beatles, por exemplo. Alguns quem sabe ouviram até mesmo Pink Floyd :O
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2020.08.06 23:11 williambotter Paul McCartney: “Fui o sujeito que destruiu os Beatles e o safado que processou seus companheiros”

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2020.07.30 22:30 subreddit_stats Subreddit Stats: CriticalTheory top posts from 2013-01-21 to 2020-07-30 15:37 PDT

Period: 2747.11 days
Submissions Comments
Total 998 18533
Rate (per day) 0.36 6.75
Unique Redditors 524 4131
Combined Score 75149 107033

Top Submitters' Top Submissions

  1. 5126 points, 77 submissions: georglukacs
    1. Why Corporations Want You to Shut Up and Meditate (171 points, 14 comments)
    2. Garbage Language: Why do corporations speak the way they do? (135 points, 12 comments)
    3. Against Economics by David Graeber (131 points, 25 comments)
    4. Toni Morrison, Towering Novelist of the Black Experience, Dies at 88 (128 points, 2 comments)
    5. The legendary debate that laid down US political lines on race, justice and history (James Baldwin and William F. Buckley) (116 points, 0 comments)
    6. Harold Bloom, Critic Who Championed Western Canon, Dies at 89 (115 points, 22 comments)
    7. I wish I'd never been born: the rise of the anti-natalists (a new nihilism out of moribund capitalism) (106 points, 53 comments)
    8. Slavoj Žižek interview: Why I like Greta Thunberg (105 points, 6 comments)
    9. A little help from my neo-Marxist philosopher: was Adorno the fifth Beatle? (103 points, 21 comments)
    10. Be Not Afraid to Find Them Wanting: The pioneers of cultural anthropology taught not just how to study other cultures, but how to criticize their own. (97 points, 0 comments)
  2. 1555 points, 17 submissions: dajvebekinus
    1. Walter Benjamin Berlin dinner party 1921 (209 points, 20 comments)
    2. Sinclair's script for stations. Nothing we didn't already know, but surreal to behold nonetheless (142 points, 7 comments)
    3. Chomsky, Rushdie, Rowling, Atwood, and others, co-sign 'A Letter on Justice and Open Debate' (135 points, 186 comments)
    4. Isn’t 'cancel culture' just another analogue for similar historical rhetorical devices intent on suppressing voices for social justice? (129 points, 56 comments)
    5. Mark Fisher’s “K-Punk” and the Futures That Have Never Arrived (109 points, 9 comments)
    6. 'Capitalist Realism was marked low on the REF' (107 points, 16 comments)
    7. Professor who quoted James Baldwin's use of N-word cleared by university (107 points, 17 comments)
    8. 'Abortion is a form of necessary violence. We need to move away from arguments designed to placate our enemies, and defend abortion as a right to stop doing gestational work' (93 points, 41 comments)
    9. The Ideology of Aww (92 points, 25 comments)
    10. Open Letter: No Place for Racist Pseudoscience at Cambridge (76 points, 57 comments)
  3. 1345 points, 11 submissions: plasticpills
    1. The Culture Industry - Adorno, Neomarxism and Ideology (Video) (174 points, 14 comments)
    2. The commodification of the Avant-garde: Revolutionary art and a manifesto for memes (168 points, 5 comments)
    3. Deleuze on Societies of Control v. Foucault's Disciplinary Societies (Video) (154 points, 8 comments)
    4. A video on Posthumanism theory ft. Nietzsche, Deleuze, Donna Haraway and Bernard Stiegler (149 points, 16 comments)
    5. Max Weber and Jean Baudrillard on Celebrity (video) (143 points, 26 comments)
    6. The Philosophy of Accelerationism, Transhumanism in Sci-Fi (127 points, 11 comments)
    7. Lacan's Real explained (115 points, 20 comments)
    8. Baudrillard and the Disenchantment of Death (video) (110 points, 8 comments)
    9. [Lacan and Social Media] Someone posted one of my videos here, and it got a bit of traction. I think yous are the intended audience for this new one. (94 points, 30 comments)
    10. This may be preaching to the choir, but postmodern theory and Marxism are not the same... (a quick video ft. Baudrillard's Mirror of Production) (76 points, 16 comments)
  4. 1164 points, 10 submissions: cityH2O
    1. There is an intentional lack of public, social meeting spots that don't encourage (or require) consumption in modern cities. This is why we need to bring back public forums. (249 points, 24 comments)
    2. Intellectual culture as “capitalism of the mind” (241 points, 45 comments)
    3. Veganism as colonialism: this is not an attack on Veganism as a response to industrial practices but a response to aspects of popular vegan culture that criticize indigenous peoples. (159 points, 33 comments)
    4. Neo-liberalism has conned us into fighting climate change as individuals - The Guardian (129 points, 11 comments)
    5. Overlap with left-wing hippies and right-wing Fascists (mysticism and ecology) (111 points, 49 comments)
    6. What do capitalism and the mass production of art (a la Walter Benjamin) have to do with the state of modern pornography? (71 points, 2 comments)
    7. Critical takes on left wing primitivist movements? (67 points, 49 comments)
    8. The Social Construction of ADHD and Critical Theory? (60 points, 31 comments)
    9. Did critical theory influence the 60s/70s US counterculture in any meaningful way? (39 points, 31 comments)
    10. Could there currently be a TV show that seriously critiques capitalism? (38 points, 40 comments)
  5. 1093 points, 16 submissions: gergo_v
    1. RIP Immanuel Wallerstein — “This is the end; this is the beginning” (122 points, 4 comments)
    2. The Characterless Opportunism of the Managerial Class - Amber Frost (95 points, 6 comments)
    3. Anarchism, work and bureaucracy - An interview with David Graeber (2017) (94 points, 6 comments)
    4. Slavoj Zizek - Why do people find Jordan Peterson so convincing? Because the left doesn't have its own house in order (88 points, 77 comments)
    5. First as Tragedy, Then as Fascism: Ecologist Garrett Hardin’s enduring gift to the nativist right (84 points, 4 comments)
    6. Patriarchy Gets Funky: The Triumph of Identity Marketing (Naomi Klein, No Logo) (83 points, 9 comments)
    7. Hungary bans Gender Studies from State Run Universities because they are rooted in Marxist ideology, and not science (80 points, 34 comments)
    8. On the Origins of the Professional-Managerial Class: An Interview with Barbara Ehrenreich (71 points, 3 comments)
    9. The /CriticalTheory neighborhood (56 points, 35 comments)
    10. Extremely Online Socialism (50 points, 4 comments)
  6. 967 points, 14 submissions: Mynameis__--__
    1. A Tale of Two Chomskys: Cancel Culture vs. Neoliberal Hegemonic Soft Power (128 points, 21 comments)
    2. Yale Professor Jason Stanley Identifies Three Essential Features of Fascism: Invoking a Mythic Past, Sowing Division & Attacking Truth (95 points, 20 comments)
    3. The Cultural Significance of Cyberpunk (88 points, 1 comment)
    4. The Frankfurt School of Critical Theory (86 points, 11 comments)
    5. Conflict is Not Abuse: Overstating Harm, Community Responsibility, and the Duty of Repair (78 points, 17 comments)
    6. YouTube: Manufacturing Authenticity (For Fun and Profit!) (78 points, 8 comments)
    7. The Intellectual We Deserve: Jordan Peterson and the Impoverishment of Our Political Landscape (64 points, 50 comments)
    8. Why Alt-Right "Intellectuals" See the Frankfurt School as Competitors (59 points, 12 comments)
    9. The Gay French Poet Behind the Alt-Right’s Favorite Catch Phrase (56 points, 13 comments)
    10. This Is America, Society of The Spectacle (54 points, 6 comments)
  7. 895 points, 8 submissions: The_Pharmak0n
    1. The University of the West of England (UWE) is dropping their philosophy course. The is where the first conference on speculative realism was held, and the philosophy course is run by Iain Hamilton Grant for those of you who know him. Please sign this petition to save it if you can. (289 points, 24 comments)
    2. Theoretical Puppets: Foucault on the Coronavirus, Biopolitics, and the "Apparatus of Security" [this channel is excellent!] (204 points, 1 comment)
    3. Bernard Stiegler on Jacques Derrida, Hauntology, and "Ghost Dance". (87 points, 4 comments)
    4. A short film on Alain Badiou: The Question of Love (79 points, 4 comments)
    5. Manuel DeLanda on Deleuze. Intensive and Topological Thinking. (69 points, 9 comments)
    6. Call for submissions! (66 points, 4 comments)
    7. Becoming-insect through Clarice Lispector’s “The passion according to G.H.” (59 points, 10 comments)
    8. Virtuality as Coexistence in Deleuze and Bergson (42 points, 5 comments)
  8. 722 points, 5 submissions: mysteriousdice
    1. Angela Davis on Abolition, Calls to Defund Police, Toppled Racist Statues, Voting in 2020 Election (269 points, 2 comments)
    2. 'We Know This Script': Naomi Klein Warns of 'Coronavirus Capitalism' in New Video Detailing Battle Before Us (244 points, 15 comments)
    3. The end of capitalism has begun (133 points, 27 comments)
    4. 1918–2018: The century of counterrevolution (38 points, 0 comments)
    5. ‘There can be no crisis of psychoanalysis’ Jacques Lacan interviewed in 1974 (38 points, 17 comments)
  9. 690 points, 5 submissions: cosmictunes
    1. I made a video as an introduction to Felix Guattari's independent analysis of fascism and capitalism. (236 points, 24 comments)
    2. I made a video on Deleuze and Guattari's "Of the Refrain", from A Thousand Plateaus, In it I explain exactly how deterritorialization functions and the relations of milieus, codes, territories, and assemblages. This is an amazing text to look into the heart of D+G's projects. (169 points, 8 comments)
    3. I made a video on preliminary readings for Deleuze and Guattari with particular attention given to Guattarian influences outside of the classical triad (Spinoza, Nietzsche, Bergson) (142 points, 4 comments)
    4. I made this video to elucidate some points of the last chapter of Anti-Oedipus. This is the first of two parts. I hope you all enjoy and I would greatly appreciate feedback. (77 points, 3 comments)
    5. My Guattari Reading Group will be reading Virilio’s Popular Defense & Ecological Struggles starting this weekend. (66 points, 5 comments)
  10. 632 points, 1 submission: t0p9
    1. Martin Scorsese criticizes commodification of modern Marvel movies 'Scorsese boils the films down to assembly-line narratives that are “market-researched, audience-tested, vetted, modified, revetted, and remodified until they're ready for consumption"... (632 points, 73 comments)

Top Commenters

  1. qdatk (2796 points, 290 comments)
  2. georglukacs (2116 points, 333 comments)
  3. Roquentin007 (1020 points, 148 comments)
  4. bobthebobbest (817 points, 81 comments)
  5. mosestrod (795 points, 148 comments)
  6. kuroi27 (761 points, 74 comments)
  7. reconrose (745 points, 68 comments)
  8. tmacnb (733 points, 110 comments)
  9. damnations_delights (685 points, 148 comments)
  10. gergo_v (590 points, 81 comments)

Top Submissions

  1. Martin Scorsese criticizes commodification of modern Marvel movies 'Scorsese boils the films down to assembly-line narratives that are “market-researched, audience-tested, vetted, modified, revetted, and remodified until they're ready for consumption"... by t0p9 (632 points, 73 comments)
  2. Not strictly critical theory, but relevant writings nevertheless. Link in the comments by Zeno_Von_Persico (532 points, 18 comments)
  3. "God didn't die, he was transformed into money" - An interview with Giorgio Agamben - Peppe Savà by initforthespoilers (363 points, 25 comments)
  4. Psychedelics and capitalist ideology by Rodrack (353 points, 93 comments)
  5. Subterfuge. by archivefile (348 points, 29 comments)
  6. Purdue has just released a massive number of Deleuze's lectures from '71-'87 translated into English for the first time. by PreacherClete (337 points, 19 comments)
  7. Literally one of the most insightful books on modern industrial society. Marcuse, in my opinion, is the best to read out of all the Frankfurt school writers. Unlike Adorno, his work is quite accessible. by dmiro1 (325 points, 57 comments)
  8. Romania is trying to ban gender studies from all universities and schools. The local lgbtqi+ and academic communities need help. by aruncator (321 points, 134 comments)
  9. The Enlightenment's Dark Side: How the Enlightenment created modern race thinking, and why we should confront it by saveyourtissues (296 points, 66 comments)
  10. Highly educated white urbanites tend to perceive more racism against minorities than most minorities report experiencing. Rather than actually meaningfully empowering people of color, efforts often seem to be to consolidate social capital in the hands of the ‘good’ whites. by SunKilMarqueeMoon (291 points, 94 comments)

Top Comments

  1. 209 points: VexidVoice58's comment in Highly educated white urbanites tend to perceive more racism against minorities than most minorities report experiencing. Rather than actually meaningfully empowering people of color, efforts often seem to be to consolidate social capital in the hands of the ‘good’ whites.
  2. 192 points: bobthebobbest's comment in Psychedelics and capitalist ideology
  3. 157 points: postmodernbenoni's comment in Psychedelics and capitalist ideology
  4. 143 points: Hard_Beats_7's comment in How should we interpret the prevalence of this sort of critique?
  5. 140 points: Pohumnom's comment in Is all western interest in Buddhism a form of Orientalism?
  6. 136 points: Nopants21's comment in Two leftist psychotherapists critique the delusion that meditation and yoga can cause positive impacts in the world
  7. 127 points: kuroi27's comment in Why Psychoanalysis?
  8. 125 points: mediocrememento's comment in How does Chomsky's Manufactoring Consent differ from Gramsci's ideas on Hegemony?
  9. 121 points: deleted's comment in Any thoughts on the Kaepernick Nike ad campaign?
  10. 118 points: diskowmoskow's comment in The term “African American” or “Native American” is very common and we can see these in mass media while describing someone. But why the term “European American” is not so common and we don’t see in mass media?
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2020.07.29 02:37 jjuurueussu7d7z7s As vezes me sinto sozinho

Eu sou uma criança que mora numa cidade simples tenho duas casas por que meus pais se divorciaram mais foi de boas eu passo um dia na casa do papai e no outro na casa da mamãe o meu desabafo aqui vai ser sobre como eu me sinto sozinho az vezes olha antigamente eu era bem tímido mas eu venci isso mas mesmo vencendo isso não adiantou nada pra começar eu tenho 11 anos mas tenho interesses diferentes eu gosto de lofi eu gosto de bandas como beatles legião urbana e eu sei que tom mais não é uma banda mas eu tbm gosto dele e sico vários canais americanos e tbm brasileiros como gemaplys danny casale kusam ele é chinês entre outros enquanto outros da minha idade só ouvem funk e assistem Felipe Neto ou Lucas Neto e eles e os meu colegas de escola são legais mas tipo eles só falão sobre os SEUS interesses e se eu falar os MEUS interesses eles não vão saber como continuar a conversa é eles me tratam como um bebê delicado por que eu era muito pirrendo antigamente e agora eles que essa é a minha personalidade então eu fui tentar achar amigos na internet com os MEUS tipos de interesses só que quando eu achei um amigo na internet o papai não deixou então eu pensei em fazer amizade com adolescentes só que eu percebi que adolescente vai levar a sério uma criança e só soprou os meu parentes olha eles são legais tbm mas tipo são meus parentes e a maioria deles me trata como um bebê delicado tbm e os que não me tratam como criança então o único que me era da como um amigo é o meu irmão mais velho e minha irmã mais velha ela me trata como amigo tbm mas tbm as vezes sinto como se ela me trata-se como seu irmãozinho então é isso...esse é o meu desabafo
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2020.07.26 03:01 dj_marquinhos [MILTON NASCIMENTO APRECIATION POST]

Acabei de ouvir o último álbum do Milton e agora posso dizer com tranquilidade que MILTON NASCIMENTO É O MAIOR MÚSICO DO MUNDO. Antes eu pensava q os gringos tinham os melhores albuns: Pink Floyd, The Beatles, Led Zeppelin, sempre me foi dito q isso era o melhor q havia. Hj em dia, graças a Deus, sei q existe coisa melhor, e está no meu país
Demorará décadas, quiça séculos, para criarem albuns melhores que desse homem, é o mais próximo de perfeição q eu já ouvi: o canto, a produção, a poesia, o ritmo TUDO é surrealmente de alta qualidade, parece música de outro mundo.
Como que não ensinam os albuns dele na escola? Sério, é uma enorme lástima q existam brasileiros q não foram expostos à Clube da Esquina, por exemplo. É uma obra de arte q muda vidas, não há palavras para descrever
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2020.07.22 17:01 Muzak_For_A_Nurse Your Favorite Prog Artist Tournament: Round 3.2

Hey everyone! We've finished the second group round and we're now moving on to the final bracket, where 32 artists will face off, single-elimination style, until only one winner remains.
Sorry for missing yesterday - wifi issues aren't fun.
There will be two rounds a day, so look for the other poll once you've voted. Also, please upvote so more people can see the poll and vote.
This matchup is the second of sixteen matchups in the third round.
But I encourage you to check out a song or two of an artist that you haven't heard of! Or just add albums that appeal to you to your list and check them out whenever you have time!
Here are the introductions for today's artists:
Dream Theater
Subgenre: Progressive Metal
"Oh boy! My (old) favorite band! Known for vast instrumental talent from every member, Dream Theater is made up of 4 extreme virtuosos and a solid singer. Despite valid complaints about modern Labrie, I think few people stand up to classic LaBrie. Formed in 1985 with a debut in 1989, while not the first prog metal band, DT are undoubtedly the most influential. I would argue that they are the most influential prog band outside of the 70s. While their first album is great (fight me), images and words put them on the map and is the best album of all time imo. Six degrees and scenes are also among the greatest albums ever. If you like extreme virtuosity, sensible technicality, and solid songwriting, DT is for you. Oh, and octavarium is easily the best song ever written. Recommended tracks: octavarium, breaking all illusions, pale blue dotAnd a change of seasons for recommendedSymphony X What happens if you take dream theater and inject neoclassical power metal? You get SX. Possibly the most loved poweprog band of all time, it’s for good reason. They and Michael Romeo nailed the symphonic aspect all over, and their epics are fantastic. While their newer stuff has been a bit less aggressive, the symphonic stuff gets more and more cinematic each release. Throughout the 90s and early 00s, they rode just behind DT at the forefront of prog metal. They have a top 20 song ever and my favorite verse chorus song ever. Recommended tracks: the odyssey, sea of lies, through the looking glass"
from u/notyourlandlord
"Dream Theater is one of my favorite bands of all time. They have stayed consistently good since their second album, Images and Words, which essentially launched progressive metal. Some of their works include 2 concept albums (Metropolis Pt. 2: Scenes From A Memory and The Astonishing) and many long epics (A Change of Seasons, Six Degrees of Inner Turbulence, Octavarium, In The Presence of Enemies, The Count of Tuscany, and Illumination Theory). I’m not really good with descriptions, but here is a link with where you should start."
from u/USSR_Space_Agency
Alan Parsons Project
Genre: Progressive Pop/Art Rock
The Alan Parsons Project is a British Rock band that creates an atmospheric and groovy sound in a lot of their works. The group consists of Alan Parsons, an audio engineer and producer, and Eric Woolfson, a songwriter and composer. many different musicians joined the group to bring the music to life. some of the notable musicians Andrew Powell - composition, keyboards, and orchestral arrangements The Philharmonia Orchestra Ian Bairnson - guitar David Pack - guitar, vocals, and keyboards Richard Cottle - keyboards and saxophone Alan Parsons was the assistant audio engineer for famous beatles albums "Abbey Road" (1969) and "Let It Be: (1970). He was also an Head Audio Engineer for Pink Floyd's "The Dark Side of The Moon" (1973) and produced serveral acts for EMI Records. Eric Woolfson worked as a session pianist while he composed material for a concept album based on Edgar Alan Poe's work. These concepts would later be the start of The Alan Parsons Project. The groups first Studio Album, "Tales of Mystery and Imagination" took Eric's Concept and created a very atmospheric, groovy, and unforgettable album. Popular Albums consist of "IRobot", "Eye in the Sky", "Pyramid", and "Tales of Mystery and Imagination". Popular Songs consist of "I Wouldn't Wanna Be Like You", "Sirius (The Chicago Bulls Theme)", "Eye In The Sky", "Games People Play", "Damned If I Do", "Time", and "Don't Answer Me". listening through the works of The Alan Parsons Project was a journey. The First Album I listened to was "IRobot "and I fell in love instantly. After listening to it almost every day for about 2 weeks, I knew I had to hear more. Attempts at other albums took time for me but in the end it was worth it. "Pyramid" and "Eye In The Sky were unforgettable experiences and were what got me interested in Alan Parsons' and Eric Woolfson's individual works. Finding out about Alan Parsons contribution to "Abbey Road" and "The Dark Side of the Moon" hyped me up. Those were, by far, my 2 favorite albums for a while. I can safely say that The Alan Parsons Project is one of my All-Time favorite bands.
from u/_Guillot_
Tomorrow's matchups: Opeth vs Steely Dan, Steven Wilson vs The Jimi Hendrix Experience (all already have introductions)
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2020.07.18 00:29 SunTzuManyPuppies DESAFIO: Vou me filmar cantando três músicas escolhidas pelo sub

Por quê? Estou entediado e gosto de cantar no chuveiro. Não gosto de passar vergonha, mas isso é inevitável. Vai ficar bom? Provavelmente não. Esse post vai flopar? Talvez.
Algumas condições:
No mais, pode ser qualquer coisa - Belchior, Iron Maiden, Claudinho e Buchecha, 50 Cent, Beatles... Se puderem providenciar os backing tracks das escolhidas, ajuda. Senão vai por cima da original mesmo.
Não sou profissional, mas uma vez tirei 87 cantando Tim Maia no karaokê.
As três músicas escolhidas vão ser os comentários mais upvotados até amanhã às 18h.
Mandem bala.

Me reservo ao direito de não gravar nada se esse post tiver poucos comentários e votos.
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2020.07.08 21:28 SunTzuManyPuppies Algumas fotos que tirei na Ìndia

Algumas fotos que tirei na Ìndia
Tenho uma empresa que faz negócios com a Índia, o que me permitiu viajar para lá muitas vezes ao longo dos anos... vou compartilhar nesse post fotos curiosas de uma das viagens.
Nessa época, depois de passar duas semanas em Delhi e dar uma passada na Caxemira, fiquei três meses em Rishikesh, que é uma cidade bem pequena, só relaxando, então a maior parte das fotos é de lá. É a cidade onde os Beatles fizeram o retiro deles; tem bastante turista, mas com um perfil diferente do resto da Índia. Normalmente adolescentes hippies europeus fedorentos. A cidade toda é vegetariana, e lá é proibido bebida alcoólica (apesar de que, depois do horário de fechamento, dava pra discretamente tomar uma cerveja com os atendentes de um restaurante que eu frequentava).
EDIT: Parece que o Reddit não quer processar as imagens.. então segue link do álbum: https://imgur.com/a/doTEZ7c



Macaco
Tem milhares de outras fotos, qualquer hora eu separo as mais interessantes e posto

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2020.07.07 23:12 williambotter Ringo Starr: “Os Beatles fizeram boa música, mas pagamos um preço muito alto”

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2020.07.07 17:30 Muzak_For_A_Nurse Your Favorite Prog Artist Tournament: Round 1.9

Your Favorite Prog Artist Tournament: Round 1.9
Hey everyone! It's time to get the first round of the tournament underway! There will be two rounds a day, so look for the other poll once you've voted. Also, please upvote so more people can see the poll and vote.
This matchup is the ninth of sixteen groups in the first round. The top four highest vote-getters will advance to the next round.
In this tournament, it's ok to vote against artists you haven't heard. But I encourage you to check out a song or two of an artist that grabs your attention! Or just add albums that appeal to you to your list and check them out whenever you have time!
Yesterday's results:
I realized I could just put them in the table rather than typing everything out.
In case you're wondering, the left column is the original seed, then the artist name (obviously), then the raw number of votes, percentage of votes, and then seed going into the next round.
Here are the introductions for today's artists. I encourage you to write an introduction for some of your favorite artists that are coming up tomorrow!
Dream Theater
Subgenre: Progressive Metal
"Oh boy! My (old) favorite band! Known for vast instrumental talent from every member, Dream Theater is made up of 4 extreme virtuosos and a solid singer. Despite valid complaints about modern Labrie, I think few people stand up to classic LaBrie. Formed in 1985 with a debut in 1989, while not the first prog metal band, DT are undoubtedly the most influential. I would argue that they are the most influential prog band outside of the 70s. While their first album is great (fight me), images and words put them on the map and is the best album of all time imo. Six degrees and scenes are also among the greatest albums ever. If you like extreme virtuosity, sensible technicality, and solid songwriting, DT is for you. Oh, and octavarium is easily the best song ever written. Recommended tracks: octavarium, breaking all illusions, pale blue dotAnd a change of seasons for recommendedSymphony X What happens if you take dream theater and inject neoclassical power metal? You get SX. Possibly the most loved poweprog band of all time, it’s for good reason. They and Michael Romeo nailed the symphonic aspect all over, and their epics are fantastic. While their newer stuff has been a bit less aggressive, the symphonic stuff gets more and more cinematic each release. Throughout the 90s and early 00s, they rode just behind DT at the forefront of prog metal. They have a top 20 song ever and my favorite verse chorus song ever. Recommended tracks: the odyssey, sea of lies, through the looking glass"
from u/notyourlandlord
"Dream Theater is one of my favorite bands of all time. They have stayed consistently good since their second album, Images and Words, which essentially launched progressive metal. Some of their works include 2 concept albums (Metropolis Pt. 2: Scenes From A Memory and The Astonishing) and many long epics (A Change of Seasons, Six Degrees of Inner Turbulence, Octavarium, In The Presence of Enemies, The Count of Tuscany, and Illumination Theory). I’m not really good with descriptions, but here is a link with where you should start."
from u/USSR_Space_Agency
Marillion
Subgenre: Neo-Prog
"Marillion is the main group in the neo-prog movement, and therefore, arguably the biggest prog band of the 80s. Fantastic keyboard and synth is one of the hallmarks, along with great vocals (courtesy of Fish early on), this group played around with a more poppy feel while remaining a solid prog band. They have many albums, and most are concepts. While they have a couple really low points imo, they were actually pretty consistent. The clear highlight of Marillion for me is bass from Pete Trewevas (also of transatlantic later). His bass is prominent in the mix and fantastic. If you wanna try neoprog, go no farther than Misplaced Childhood. One of my top 5 albums of the 80s. Recommended tracks: all of misplaced childhood. Especially Kayleigh"
from u/notyourlandlord
The Beatles
Subgenre: Progressive Pop (but don't you know them already?)
"The Beatles, a group of boys from Liverpool who started out in early 60s britpop with hits like ‘Please Please Me’, found fame grew into the most popular band in the world all before hitting the turn into their experimental/psychedelic/progressive phase generally considered to begin with the albums Rubber Soul and Revolver in 1965/66. Song topics ranged from burning a woman’s house down after a failed one night stand (Norwegian Wood) to tax collection (Taxman) to Leary’s Tibetan notion of the Void (Tomorrow Never Knows). The latter track was hailed as being the first to ever put ‘psychedelia’ to sound in song, incorporating backward tapes, repeated sound effects, and electronic distortion.
They would go on to explore genres and integrate their experimentation into songs unlike much else from their time, which can be heard in songs such as A Day in the Life, Being For the Benefit or Mr. Kite, Blue Jay Way, Helter Skelter, Happiness is a Warm Gun, I Want You (She’s So Heavy), and the Abbey Road medley. The Beatles were less progressive in single songs with multiple sections, instead popifying the philosophy into several 3 minute tunes across decidedly progressive albums. If you’re (somehow) unfamiliar with their work, I’d recommend starting at their magnum opus, Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band, and exploring outward from there."
from u/GruntledMaker
"The Beatles are, even when subtracting the hype, one of the most genuinely innovative musical acts of the 20th century. Their strength lied in embracing and packaging for a wide audience (undoubtedly the widest audience, at their peak) an extreme range of musical influences, including but not limited to: rockabilly, skiffle, blues, jazz, reggae, folk, country, classical, music hall, psychedelic, and traditional Indian. At all points of their career, expect for Let It Be, they were produced by George Martin, a classical arranger who strongly enabled that classical influence that sets apart so many prog rockers.
The Beatles weren't the most prodigious at their instruments, and they weren't always the first to incorporate the techniques they popularized, but their strength lied in an extremely appealing charm, a 'common man' kind of air, and a near-innate sense of what makes music sound fun to the average person. They were a gateway to a much wider world.
Undoubtedly, they began the trend of incorporating oriental instrumentation into rock music (think Danny Carey's love of Indian-esque percussion sounds), the idea of a 'concept album' with Sgt. Pepper's (leaving them free to experiment with music that didn't fit their "image" as the Beatles), and the Abbey Road medley was likely the first time a wide swath of pop music listeners heard a 15-minute-plus piece connected at beginning and end by repeating motifs (not to mention the extended jam incorporating two separate melodies - "I Want You" - off the same album).
In short, it's likely prog would be a lot poorer without the frantic, genre-defying experimentation of the Beatles' mid-to-late career."
from u/Astrosimi
Riverside
Subgenre: Heavy Prog/Progressive Metal
No blurb, so copied the wiki again. Feel free to write one:
Riverside is a progressive rockband from Warsaw, Poland. It was founded in 2001 by friends Mariusz Duda, Piotr Grudziński, Piotr Kozieradzki and Jacek Melnicki, who shared a love for progressive rock and heavy metal, although Duda, the main lyricist and composer of the band, was originally a fan of electronic, ambient and experimental music, like Radiohead, Massive Attack, Dead Can Dance, Tangerine Dream, and Peter Gabriel.[1]#cite_note-1)Riverside can be described as a blend of atmospheric rock and metal elements, resulting in a sound similar to that of Porcupine Tree, The Mars Volta, Opeth, and Dream Theater, while still maintaining an identity of their own.
Symphony X
Subgenre: Progressive Power Metal
"What happens if you take dream theater and inject neoclassical power metal? You get SX. Possibly the most loved poweprog band of all time, it’s for good reason. They and Michael Romeo nailed the symphonic aspect all over, and their epics are fantastic. While their newer stuff has been a bit less aggressive, the symphonic stuff gets more and more cinematic each release. Throughout the 90s and early 00s, they rode just behind DT at the forefront of prog metal. They have a top 20 song ever and my favorite verse chorus song ever. Recommended tracks: the odyssey, sea of lies, through the looking glass"
from u/notyourlandlord
Sigur Rós
Subgenre: Post-Rock/Dream Pop
No one wrote an intro for them, so I got it. If you've ever seen pictures of Iceland (or been there), you know it's unbelievably beautiful. Basically, Sigur Rós is the musical representation of the beauty of their home country of Iceland. Jonsí's uniquely high yet still powerful voice is addictive, and his violin-bowed guitar playing sounds right out of a dream. The band's lyrics are in the made up language of "Hopelandic," but it just sounds like Icelandic. Sigur Rós will make you cry tears of joy. FWIW, they're much bigger outside the prog scene than in it, but their music certainly appeals to progheads. I'd recommend the albums Takk... or Agaetis Byrjun. Songwise, you can't go wrong with Svefn-g-englar, Flugelsarinn, Untitled 7 or 8, Hoppipolla, or Sægelopur (my favorite).
Tomorrow's artists - feel free to write an intro!
  • Van der Graaf Generator
  • Radiohead
  • Liquid Tension Experiment
  • Gong
  • Egg
  • Plini
  • The Moody Blues
  • Wobbler
  • Styx
  • Asia
  • Banco del Mutuo Soccorso
  • Klaatu
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2020.07.06 06:53 nmitchell076 [NEW SUBREDDIT FEATURE] What's New In Music Theory? July 2020

What's New In Music Theory? July 2020

Welcome to the inaugural edition of /musictheory's "What's New in Music Theory?" megathread, a monthly digest of the latest publications, videos, conferences, and other resources from the wide world of music theory. We will be posting these digests on the first Monday of every month, and they will stay up for one week. As this is the inaugural edition, we reached back a bit to include things that came out in either May or June.
Have more to add? Let us know in the comments!

New Books

New Dissertations

(Note: only dissertations listed on Proquest or the MTO dissertation database are included here. Links are provided only to open access materials)

New Journals & Other Scholarly Publications

New Videos

Conferences, Blogs, & Misc.

New Apps & Resources

New Apps that were shared on the subreddit this past month.
[What's New in Theory Archive]
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2020.06.27 00:50 11bmo Recomendações sem sermões

Bom dia, boa tarde, ou boa noite para os membros do subredit mais escroto da internet. Nesse post vou recomendar series do netflix, musicas e um artista de hq que eu gosto muito. As series sao: final space, rick and morty, hora de aventura, apenas um show, desencanto, midnight gospel. As bandas: Pink Floyd, Led Zeppelin, Cream, Black Sabbath, Alice in chains, Whirr, Minor Threat, Kyuss, The Beatles, guns n roses, e o lendario, supremo Jimi Hendrix(meu favorito). Esse espaço é so para o Angeli, autor do politicamente incorreto hq ✨ Chiclete com banana ✨
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2020.06.19 23:29 rwiley81925 FNDP - Juneteenth 2020

FNDP - Juneteenth 2020

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Today is the 155th anniversary of Juneteenth,a day that commemorates the emancipation of slaves in the post war Confederacy.
155 years during which Black American musicians have reached the pinnacle of success and experienced the depths of prejudice and brutality.
Miles Davis - Assaulted by Police
So how do we commemorate Juneteenth in the context of current events?
A joyous celebration of the release of millions of Americans from bondage or a poignant reminder of how much work is left to be done toward racial justice,not to mention racial harmony?
The music,and the lives of the artists that created it,tells the story.
Scott Joplin - Easy Winner
Bessie Smith - I'm Wild About That Thing
Duke Ellington - Diminuendo And Crescendo In Blue - Newport 1956
Little Richard - Keep A Knockin
Billie Holiday - All of Me
Miles Davis - Fantasy
Prince - Lady Cab Driver
And that's just a small sample out of hundreds of artists,some music icons,some obscure and almost forgotten.
American Black musicians have influenced,if not created,virtually every genre of American music from Rag Time to Rap.Their sound percolated through the working class of the U.K. and Ireland and was returned,with love,to the U.S. by The Beatles,Animals,Rolling Stones,Van Morrison and many others.Jazz is played in clubs and concert halls from Paris to Tokyo.Rap became the voice of the people around the world.It's a cultural achievement truly worthy of celebration.
It’s Time to Make Juneteenth a National Holiday
Why Harriet Tubman’s Heroic Military Career Is Now Easier to Envision
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2020.06.19 20:36 Lorenzzo10 Chaves

Oi eu sou Lorenzzo, tenho 12 anos e sou fã de chaves, eu tenho alguns amigos como a maioria tem (espero) mas eu tenho vergonha de falar para eles que sou fã de chaves, mesmo eu sendo novo, gosto de coisas antigas, como a música, gosto muito de bandas como os The Beatles, Queen etc.. e não sei como contar para eles sem me zuarem, pois eu ODEIO funk, claro respeito quem gosta mas pra mim aquilo não é música, mas se alguém puder me dar dicas eu agradeço bastante.. ah e se quiserem conversar melhor me dando dicas, passa la no meu canal eu falo de futebol e é legal, canal se chama SOCCER TV, obrigado quem leu até o final
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2020.06.17 23:09 Wise-Wafer Esse negócio de que não existe arte melhor ou pior é bullshit?

Tipo, sem querer julgar, mas as músicas de hoje estão um tanto quanto...comerciais e sem talento, por assim dizer. Ok, explicarei melhor.
Imagine que você quer ser um cantor na década de 1980. Bom, para fazer sucesso você precisa muito de sorte e uma habilidade muito importante, tocar um instrumento, que pode ser violão, piano, guitarra, bateria ou as próprias cordas vocais. Além disso teria que escrever as próprias músicas e então mostrá-las de algum jeito à população, seja por meio de rádios ou festas (ou tv, se tiver mais sorte ainda).
Com toda essa dificuldade, só se o cara fosse realmente talentoso que faria sucesso ou demonstraria que é bom no que faz. Muitos ou desistiam ou fracassavam, pois era muito difícil. Mas, hoje o cenário mudou. Com o advento da tecnologia você não precisa tocar nenhum instrumento, e muito menos escrever a música, o produtor faz isso para você.
Acho que a música brasileira mainstream decaiu não porque estamos na pior geração (odeio quando falam isso), mas sim porque demos voz aos piores, que antes teriam muitas dificuldades de progredir na carreira, justamente pela falta de talento. Quem fala que música brasileira 'piorou' é porque não pesquisa direito, pois temos muitos talentos que não chegam ao mainstream.
E isso acontece com o funk, nem todos os funks são ruins, mas boa parte deles são. Alguns falam da realidade das favelas, uma puta crítica social que o Brasil precisa. Mas não podemos esquecer das porcalhadas que muitos artistas fazem, músicas que só estando louco de LSD com cocaína que ficam legais.
Exemplo: MC Loma - Envolvimento. Essa música mais do que prova que hoje qualquer um, mesmo que desafinado, consegue fazer sucesso.
Os efeitos nas vozes não são um problema, os Beatles faziam isso na década de 1960. John Lennon colocava efeitos em sua voz, pois não gostava do modo que soava (mesmo tendo muito talento). Mas mesmo assim as músicas eram profundas, e os caras manjavam muito na parte técnica e foram inovadores no processo de edição de áudio.
Mas essa crítica não vai apenas a nossa querida periferia não. Músicos como Hanz Zimmer também estão sofrendo com a 'simplificação' em virtude da venda. Hoje não temos mais uma boa melodia, as músicas estão ficando cada vez mais comerciais, como se respeitassem uma métrica.
Talvez, um dos fatores para isso é a própria internet e a cultura do 'agora' fabricada por ela. Queremos as coisas em um instante, em um clique. Ninguém quer mais a reflexão, querem logo a ação pois querem o hoje. Músicas com batidas simples e com melodia fraca são mais interessantes, do que aquelas são justamente o oposto. Hoje uma música de 10 minutos não tem tanto apelo quanto uma de 3, pois as pessoas querem consumir as coisas de um jeito rápido.
E tudo isso favoreceu esses artistas mais simples, que sabem o senso comum pois já vivem nele. Eu sei, eu sei, não se julga arte, nem uma é melhor que a outra. Mas será? E se essa história de que não dar para julgar foi colocada em nossas cabeças, para que não pensemos ativamente e contestar 'espere um pouco, isso não faz sentido, isso é baixo'?. Todo mundo tem um gosto e merece ser respeitado, mas será que alguns gostos são melhores que outros?
Edit: arrumei uma parte que ficou estranha.
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2020.06.15 22:07 jotapetoups Filme perdido do Elvis

Quando começaram a sair os trailers e as noticias sobre o filme "Yesterday", tive a estranha sensação de já ter visto aquilo em algum lugar( pra quem não sabe o filme gira em torno de depois de um acontecimento so um cara lembra dos beatles então ele toca as musicas dos mesmo como se fossem dele), desenterrando minhas memorias lembrei de onde foi. Era de um filme nacional que o protagonista é um cover do Elvis Presley que ( se não me engano) depois de um acidente só ele lembra do Elvis e assim como em Yesterday ele começa a tocar suas musicas. A questão é que eu não consigo encontrar nada na internet, nem em lugar algum sobre esse filme, pra todo mundo que eu falo sobre ele me diz que não faz ideia de que filme é esse. Estou começando a achar que sou louco.
Algumas outras informações sobre: Vi esse filme a bastante tempo (talvez uns 10 anos) Tenho quase certeza que vi na TV aberta O nome "Eu não sou o Elvis" estranhamente me vem a cabeça quando penso nele (mas quando pesquiso isso no google não aparece nada sobre)
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