Jaronmeister

Jaronmeister

Eternal emotional solitude, as nobody can ever rea

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tango mango

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Mother used to blast this when she drove me to my exams back in high school. Shit still slaps ngl
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Two rich guys implicitly complain about the social myth of cancel culture while humble bragging for two minutes straight. The music video adds additional layers of cringe by making a few insipid references to famous horror movies and the cover art... let me see - yep, still atrocious. On top of all this, I'm pretty sure you can download this beat for free if you buy a bag of Cheetos at your local supermarket. Cheers for ruining my otherwise pleasant evening, lads.
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Darker and even more uncompromising - starting with 'European Son' and 'The Black Angel's Death Song' is the ultimate statement for a time when The Beatles and The Rolling Stones were dominating the charts - this is the definitive expression of Andy Warhol's twisted vision. How these guys must have scoffed when the western world conceded to shifting societal values and norms after May 68 and Woodstock...
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Makes Keith Rowe look like a little bitch
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Definitive musical moment of 2020. If you listen to something this month, make it this. TBE TBE TBE

(don't miss out on covers set, or you are stupid)
Feb 27, 2021
Yoooooooooooo

I noticed you study political science. I've been thinking about studying it too since I'm pretty involved with my community. Do you read a lot on the subject? If so, what are some books you like?
Feb 22, 2021
As I am planning on making a list from AOTY users, I would like to ask this question: What is an album that you and your parents like? Please elaborate if you'd like :)
Feb 22, 2021
Hey, sorry it took me so long but I finally listened to ‘Tago Mago’ and it genuinely blew me away. I couldn’t believe this was released in the early 70’s, it sounds so ahead of its time. The weird, eccentric production techniques and song structures were so creative and enjoyable. Thank you so much for the recommendation!
Feb 12, 2021
No worries at all, all recommendations are extremely welcome! Laughing stock is a gorgeous album, and one that I have been meaning to revisit, so great shout there! Phaedra has been on my list for a long time at this point too, so I'll be sure to bump that up. Thank you!
Feb 11, 2021
I’m a dad as of Monday morning! my first one, a little girl - still at hospital but should be going home today...then hopefully I find some time to start up Band of the Week. RHCP appeal as a pick actually
Feb 10, 2021
Dropping by to say thanks for finding the higher quality recordings for those Uighur muqams. Asked and was granted access. Sounds just as phenomenal as I expected it to be.
Feb 8, 2021
The one thing that I appreciate about Kantor the most, is his variety. He was truly the man of art, he did painting, installation, theatre and happenings, though my favourite of his has to be the informel series of paintings, so I encourage you to check those ones out. Last night I spent quite some time scrolling through Rinus Van de Velde’s website and I gotta say I’m more than impressed with his technique, as I am recently trying my hand on painting. I’ll definelely observe his future career path from now on. Also, I’m really loving the faded and foggy colors of Luc Tuymans.
Feb 8, 2021
I have to agree that the manipulative marketing and commodification of the art market is a huge pity. All that we can do as art lovers, is have faith in the up-and-coming creators, who are trying to keep the artistic progression going and push the boundries, out of pure passion and devotion for the medium.
Feb 7, 2021
Yep, the links on that page didn't work for me at first too. I found another link for it through google images and this one works for whatever reason.

It’s nice to see a fellow abstract expressionism slut here, I’ve always been in love with this movement, as well as the European art informel and tachisme. As for the old masters, I’ve always had a huge appreciation for their work, but when it comes to reading and doing research, I always tend to gravitate more into the modern art forms. Thanks for putting me on to those Belgian artists, I for sure need to get their work a closer look! Some of my favourite contemporary artists from my homeland gotta be Tadeusz Kantor, Jacek Sienicki and Jonasz Stern, just to name a few.
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This budding senselessness I feel
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recommendations (music, film, video games...) are very welcome.


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I'm a twat that collects vinyl and occasionally sees that as a personal trait
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