Fuckin Phasma still slays so hard, congrats on the fuckin rare SOV, I got rid of most of my record collection EXCEPT for my approx 400 screamo recs, I’ll never let those go.CharlieBronson wrote: ↑Sun Aug 30, 2020 10:21 pmEntering my 16th year. Count em SIX TEEN. That's over 5000 days of living, eating, breathing SKRAMLIFE!
.tk blogs and Language of Ghosts Board(Anyone remember LoG? or were a member?) got me into skramz.
I remember buying th Saetia LP for $60 in the early 2000's I flipped it for $200 a few years ago.
I got the super rare SoV IN LINE FOR HALOS Clear 7" in the handscreened silk pouch only 100 worldwide.
I also got the DEERS! discography tape only 50 worldwide.
I still hate CTTS.
I saw Ampere on their only Australian tour. TWICE!
And I helped revive the Australian emoviolence scene with my band Endut Hoch Hech!
Still bump SAETIA, PHASMA PHASMATIS, SOV, USURP SYNAPSE, NEIL PERRY on the regular.
The new kids killing it are; Blind Girls(Aussie), Gil Cerrone(Aussie), Salt Money(Aussie), WhenLoveDies(Aussie), Algor Mortis(Aussie), Moths, Mouthing, Sans Visage.
Do whatever you want here. Anything goes. (EDIT: July 2020, board is back up and working!)
Like 17y here checking in. According to last.fm, these days I listen to Godspeed You! Black Emperor, Elliott Smith, Nick Drake, Hüsker Dü, Cocteau Twins, The Blue Nile, and Carly Rae Jepsen. But sometimes skramz too. Like Haikus, SSRE, Jeromes Dream, Envy, & crust like Light Bearer, Downfall of Gaia, The Spectacle, & sass like The Blood Brothers, Fear Before the March of Flames... I pretty much don't listen to new skramz, but I like Senza, and a few others.
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I Will never understand the appeal of Carly Jepsen so many dudes into hxc and punk dig her
CharlieBronson wrote: ↑ Things truly are sucklical in music
It's just great pop music. I like Charli XCX a lot too, and the whole bubblegum bass scene with SOPHIE, Kero Kero Bonito, and so on. But CRJ hits a special spot. She sounds like the way nostalgic people think the 80s sounded like, except even better.