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Anonymous 14/05/11(Sun)01:28 No. 20407 [Reply]

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  Most Christian music today gets a not entirely undeserved reputation for being banal and boring. Religions lose enough followers by asking people to have faith in inherently absurd ideas that have little but the authority of time to back them up, so I don't get why so many churches choose to shoot themselves in the foot in the long term by adopting the watered-down soft rock that is contemporary Christian music or the watered-down R&B that passes for modern gospel music. How is that supposed to inspire people and not bore them?

I still think pipe organs are cool and worthwhile, but apparently that's become a minority opinion in American churches.

Anonymous 14/07/16(Wed)21:03 No. 20480

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  Firstly, thanks for that youtube. That was great. I'm going to have to check out more from him.
The easiest way to explain it is to say that they're trying to connect with the youths of today but they then completely miss the style and intent behind it and end up producing the watered-down soft rock almost by accident. The easy way to explain things usually isn't true, but it sounds right enough.
I think probably the answer is that they're not trying to convert or inspire anyone (who isn't already inspired). They are preaching to the choir, to the people who are over-the-top inspired by any mention of the words God, Jesus, Him, His, Love, etc. These people don't need help being inspired and accept the music on the basis that it's Godly music and therefore must be good music. It's also easier to have your children strictly listen to that music than to actually monitor their interests and find out what has the values that you'd like to pass on. The same could be said of Christian cinema, though, in general, Christians seem to be far more accepting of mainstream films than music. An exception to that can be found in Mormon culture, but they're barely Christians anyhow.
Before I get sidetracked into a monologue on Mormon-made cinema and the re-editing of films... The attached youtube is basically hillfolk gospel music gone secular. Given the rich tradition of gospel, it's still an important part of music & music history, but everyone who doesn't suck has moved on.

"Can't you see you're not making Christianity better, you're just making rock and roll worse?" - Hank Hill

Anonymous 14/07/21(Mon)06:52 No. 20484

Copied from elsewhere, apparently Christian bands that fall outside of what people typically think of as Christian rock:

- A Hope For Home (post-hardcore/post-rock)
- Able Cain (post-punk)
- Absum (drone metal)
- Across Waters (post-rock)
- After The Fire (synthpop)
- Altar Boys (new wave)
- Altruist (avant-garde)
- Ampsontwelve (sludge)
- Anaphylaxis (dark ambient)
- Ancient Plague (unblack/ambient/experimental)
- Applehead (grunge/doom)
- Ap2 (industrial metal)
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Experiemental Anonymous 14/07/05(Sat)16:10 No. 20467 [Reply]

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I tried this tread on 4chan but lost it, so i would like to try it here!

Let's share techno and experimental music, from underrated to mainstream artists!


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Anonymous 14/07/05(Sat)17:26 No. 20468

I've always found Autechre fascinating in a way.

And a Photek is nice too.

Anonymous 14/07/13(Sun)19:44 No. 20474

Everyone needs some more Oval in their lives

Anonymous 14/07/19(Sat)00:40 No. 20482

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You say techno, so house:
This channel upload little movie with music:
Omar S:

Personnal favorites IDM artists (Ad Noiseam label in general):
Access to Arasaka :
Semiomime (he also does dnb under DJ HIDDEN) :
Hecq (the only with rap, but I really like it) :
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Anonymous 14/06/12(Thu)08:23 No. 20442 [Reply]

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Hi. I've never been to 7chan, but I frequent /b/. Anyway, I just got Netflix. What are some good tv shows and movies available?

Anonymous 14/06/12(Thu)11:43 No. 20443

Movies on netflix
Bunraku (samurai western wft h4x)
Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind (trippy love story with dreams and memory erasure)
The Hole (2003, horror movie technically for younger audiences but really fuckin scary any. Best horror in years)
Memento (Complexity? Inception ain't shit compared to this movie, and it's fucking brilliant)
Evil Dead (doesn't matter what order you watch them in, they're all great and can stand alone)
Iron Sky (President Sarah Palin vs Nazis from the moon. Way smarter than it has any right to be)
The Adventures of Mark Twain (da fuq did I just watch. )
Boondock Saints (vigilante justice fuck yeah)
Sherlock (technically a show, but each episode is 90 fucking minutes. It's also really good, and totally why the internet has been sucking Benedict Cumberbatch's cock relentlessly)

TV shows
Scrubs (best sitcom ever made)
Breaking Bad (You know why)
Myth Busters (fucking learn something. Also Kari's hot)
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Anonymous 14/06/15(Sun)04:17 No. 20448

The Dictator:
A raunchy slapstick comedy which lampoons totalitarian dictators. It begins by dedicating the film to the memory of Kim Jong Il.

Taxi Driver:
Robert DeNiro is a taxi driver in New York City, where he becomes a self made anti-hero vigilante.

The Summit:
A documentary cataloging what exactly went wrong when 11 people died while climbing K2. It's very intriguing and detailed about what's involved in mountain climbing.

Mr. Nobody:
A film about the last mortal man in a world full of immortals. It depicts the telling of his life through his own point of view. But the thing is, he's going senile, so the story he tells is disjointed and contradictory. Some might find it understandably pretentious, but nonetheless it's still interesting and thought provoking.

The Ambassador:
A documentary, where the film maker Mads Bruggen poses as a diplomat in order to gain access to a blood diamond mining zone in the Central African Republic. Everything he does in this film carries the risk of indefinite incarceration, and sometimes death.

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Anonymous 14/07/16(Wed)20:11 No. 20478

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That should keep you busy for a while.

Sitcoms that are superior to Scrubs:
Peep Show - Cringe comedy filmed in a first-person view where you are privy to the thoughts of the characters. The two main characters are incredibly disfunctional in their own ways. IMO, the greatest sitcom ever made.
Trailer Park Boys - Mockumentary about a trailer park and its residents. I know many who consider it to be Canada's finest export.
Futurama - Always worth watching.
The Inbetweeners - British teens who fucking suck at life.
It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia - People who own a dive bar have no morals or allegiances.
The IT Crowd - Workplace sitcom about the IT department of a fairly large corporation
Code Monkeys - Animated absurdist workplace sitcom about a game-developing corporation.
Red Dwarf - Classic science fiction sitcom about the last man alive, a holograph of his former roommate, a Felis Sapiens (Humanoid descended from cats), and an android.
The Tick - Underrated live-action sitcom based on the comic series of the same name. The best casting I can think of for anything related to superheroes.
The Office (UK and US) - One's a cringe comedy of epic proportions, the other is an American feel-good romp. I feel they both stand on their own merit.

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Daily Album Thread hipstersandwich!!x4BQAxLGN2 14/02/01(Sat)22:31 No. 20266 [Reply]

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I'm back, faggots. For the first daily album thread in three years, I present Sunfilter's "Prosthetic Forest."

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Anonymous 14/07/01(Tue)02:40 No. 20463

Luke Vibert - Lover's Acid

Com Truise - In Decay

Wagon Christ - Musipal

Anonymous 14/07/04(Fri)16:59 No. 20466

Motion Sickness Of Time Travel & Nova Scotian Arms' Slow Architecture


A great and relaxing album

Anonymous 14/07/14(Mon)09:08 No. 20477

Knxwledge - Skrawberries funraisrs vol. 3
Instrumental hip-hop

Anonymous 14/07/12(Sat)22:50 No. 20473 [Reply]

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Good night, sweet prince.
All good cretins go to heaven.

Anonymous 14/06/30(Mon)06:35 No. 20461 [Reply]

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What show is this and episode?

HARDCORE WILL NEVER DIE Anonymous 14/06/14(Sat)08:57 No. 20445 [Reply]

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>What is/are jungle/hardcore/breaks?

>ninjaaquas oldskool junglebreakbeat archive

>jungle tools vol. 1, 2, and 4, courtesy of oystensghost
jungle tools 1
jungle tools 2
jungle tools 4
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Anonymous 14/06/14(Sat)09:31 No. 20446

favorite oldschool hardcore track right here

What Is Love Anonymous 14/06/12(Thu)18:15 No. 20444 [Reply]

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A tribute to the amazing song - Haddaway: What Is Love.


Goodbyes Guy in NYC 14/06/11(Wed)05:27 No. 20439 [Reply]

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Hello fellow internet users. My life likes to go down the drain. Can /mu/ help a dude out with some music that goes well for running away from home?
Running away from home stories and related posts are welcome...

Guy+in+NYC 14/06/11(Wed)05:35 No. 20440

bump plz

Terry Crews : Greatest Roles Anonymous 14/06/10(Tue)19:25 No. 20437 [Reply]

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I personally feel he was good in Everybody Hates Chris and The Longest Yard.

On a side note he was out of control in the Old Spice adverts haha.


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