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who feels like some free industrial music

Posted: Sat Mar 03, 2012 11:36
by Ransom
it's pretty solid if you're into this sort of thing!

http://www.ad-ver-sary.com/download/
"All my music is free to download. There are a lot of different reasons why I make it available, but the only reason that matters is that I think music should be free. I don’t agree at all with the artist-centric view of intellectual property that seems to be nearly universal among musicians; I think the idea that you’re not allowed to listen to something I released unless you get my permission first is pretty fucking absurd.

This isn’t a low bitrate try-before-you-buy thing; these are properly tagged LAME -V2 MP3s, complete with album art and totally guilt-free. I don’t want you to buy my CD because it’s the only way you can hear the album properly or because you feel bad for downloading it, I want you to buy it if it’s something you think is worth buying."
Classy attitude. It's nice to see more artists with this mindset cropping up.

Re: who feels like some free industrial music

Posted: Sat Mar 03, 2012 17:28
by kob
i am not the biggest industrial guy but i will download this anyway since i like his attitude a lot

Re: who feels like some free industrial music

Posted: Wed Mar 07, 2012 21:05
by iamthelordhitman
man this stuff is pretty awesome

Re: who feels like some free industrial music

Posted: Thu Mar 08, 2012 03:37
by Ransom
i know right

Re: who feels like some free industrial music

Posted: Thu Mar 08, 2012 07:27
by Achilles
I like it, I usually listen to this stuff when I draw something moody.


And Gramatik, Gramatik is just fun.

Re: who feels like some free industrial music

Posted: Thu Mar 08, 2012 09:23
by iamthelordhitman
this isnt moody

this is the sound of progress

Re: who feels like some free industrial music

Posted: Thu Mar 08, 2012 12:10
by Ransom
Achilles wrote:I like it, I usually listen to this stuff when I draw something moody.
yeah, i find it's great writing music as well

just checked out gramatik and immediately hunted down an album. nice find!

Re: who feels like some free industrial music

Posted: Mon Mar 12, 2012 22:19
by Achilles
Yeah I just found them too haha.

Re: who feels like some free industrial music

Posted: Wed Mar 28, 2012 19:44
by Jon0101
I listened to the 'A Bright Cut Across Velvet Sky' album and that album is
like a boring ambient shell with around some fun beats and squeeing digital
noise.

Songs like 'Darker' 'Creatura (and the sea),' and 'Just (Passed Away Remix by
Salt)' are the main offenders of the ambient sounds. I would be fine if the album
was all about ambient sounds. But the thing is that after the first minute of the
first song 'Ancients (Cyanotic Remix)' the albums explodes into this sort frantic
beat / squee digital sounds, and I expected more that and get it in songs like
'Friends of the Father' and 'Waiting For Gira (Phylr Remix).'

But! Maybe I'm not to big into the build up structure in industrial music as much
as I hoped to be. Or! Maybe I'm impatient.

Re: who feels like some free industrial music

Posted: Fri Mar 30, 2012 00:41
by Ransom
the ambient stuff doubles as backing and reprieve from the foreground noise. i like the variation.

for what it's worth though i think bone music is the superior album.

Re: who feels like some free industrial music

Posted: Tue Oct 02, 2018 20:09
by Jon0101
Hey Ransom! It took a while, to get the backlog in order, I heard Ad ver sary's Bone Music album.

Yeah I like Bone Music better because it has more drive to it. I like the song No Exist and Dresden, they both have that metallic squeal. Thanks, it was cool music.

Re: who feels like some free industrial music

Posted: Wed Oct 03, 2018 02:33
by Saladin
Who's Ransom?

Re: who feels like some free industrial music

Posted: Sat Oct 06, 2018 18:05
by Mr. Smith
He's dead