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#1
Post & talk about music! Doesn't have to be anti-civ-related, but definitely could be.
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#2
Wind in His Hair - Earhtwrecker, crust band from Germany. Anarcho-primitivist lyrics. Good stuff! Anyone else know some good primitivist/anticiv/green anarchy/whatever bands?
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#3
Listening to Storm of Sedition now, "Arm Your Desires." Started out pretty emo, and then went thrashy hardcore, almost grind. Which is kind of how a lot of cool neocrust goes. I'm definitely a fan. Especially of the grindy parts. They have Bandcamp: https://stormofsedition.bandcamp.com/album/decivilize so you can download everything in FLAC.

Been listening to some Ryoji Ikeda lately. I especially like this track: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_wJPXrO1cdg

Any of you on last.fm? I'm indietrash on there.
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#4
I'd really recommend Huun Huur Tu, but especially their song Kongurei. The refrain of which translates to "where have all the horses gone?" and is lamenting the fall of their old herding ways.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tsVzm-rgS-w

Also Degenerations by Mes Aieux is really good, and similiarly is about how life used to be just a few generations ago in Quebec and how as everything become more modernised and all the remote homesteads and subsistence farmers fell more under the reach of civilisation things didn't really improve.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k2V3NrvThlg
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#5
For anyone who's having a bad day and needs to let out about civilisation and all that.... this

https://soundcloud.com/legends-1/speak-t...tice-vsn-a

:)
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(Fri, 07 Apr 2017 20:17:11 +0000, 08:17 PM)Mouse Wrote: Also Degenerations by Mes Aieux is really good, and similiarly is about how life used to be just a few generations ago in Quebec and how as everything become more modernised and all the remote homesteads and subsistence farmers fell more under the reach of civilisation things didn't really improve.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k2V3NrvThlg
This is marvellous! Gonna give the whole album a listen later.


(Sat, 08 Apr 2017 02:47:07 +0000, 02:47 AM)elmerludd Wrote: I can't stop listening to Trap Them's most recent album. 269/10.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hU1S-lWyfxo
I did not know this band still existed. Let alone that they were still putting out good stuff!


Currently listening to: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e3nvJ2hmaUI


We are the Office Block Persecution Affinity.
We are the Skyscraper Condemnation Affiliates.
We are the Village Green Preservation Society.

Lots of Ray Davies lyrics made me think about where industrialised mass-society is going. And I think the song is absolutely amazing.
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#7
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B61e02HQgXw

Tall buildings, long slabs of cement. Production line, consumption grid. That's why they throw rocks at the windows. Their bodies surrounded, dull senses confounded. Meaningless repetition feeds their fervor. Alienation sets in and impatience takes over. Tall buildings, long slabs of cement. Production line, consumption grid. Total alienation. Total alienation. Total commodity. Commodify everything.
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#8
Haven't heard JP in years lol good stuff
Trap Them I like, but have never seen live -- my friend said they play the whole show without addressing the audience, in a weird/awesome way

Do ya'll like music like Portraits of Past?
https://portraitsofpast.bandcamp.com/tra...g-yer-head
Gets good ~4:20/gets gross ~4:50
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#9
Big emo nerd here, so I'm into all of that stuff. Portraits of Past are skramz classics, along with Honeywell, who I've been listening to a bit lately. Are you into ssre? Lots of people hated their LP, but I think it was pretty much peak skramz: https://initrecords.bandcamp.com/track/s...-soliloquy
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#10
The new footy &c album is out, and it's great: https://footballetc.bandcamp.com/album/corner — I especially like U20.
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