Please dump moody 90s/early 00s sadcore into this thread

(breaking the time-frame rules but still fits stylistically)

Is this another Mark Kozelek thread?

Could be

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please no. he’s banned. i’ll let you off with this one video from from now on this thread is a knobhead-free zone.

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Gonna be a big hole in your 90s/00s sadcore playlist without him

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true, but we’re on the drowned in sound forums. i think we’re all aware of the oeuvre of mark kozalek. i’m looking for people to post some unheard gems.

Carissa’s wired are probably the single most underrated band

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thank you incandenza! listening now. the valet songs really are doing it for me. but the asha vida and jessamine songs are maybe a little too grim/bleak and fall on the wrong side of the melody-driven songs I’m craving.

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totally. i really just want more of what they’re doing tbh, but there’s no one that does it as well as they do.

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also – not deserving of its own thread – but s/jenn ghetto’s latest project is so whip-lash inducingly different from what i’ve come to expect from her…

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I’m not too familiar with the rest of their stuff, but this one’s an all-timer:

One of the best ever:

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oh yes. this is the stuff.

I had no idea this was a bonus track until a few months ago, I can’t imagine the album without it.

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thank you. this is also wonderful. exactly the kind of moodiness i was looking for.

Not exactly Sadcore bands, but I feel like these two each from The Twilight Singers and The Smashing Pumpkins might fit:



Got to admire the fact that you’ve managed to shoehorn the Smashing Pumpkins into a Sadcore thread.

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We all have our gifts.