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Hop in to our IRC channel! #wirechan@rizon.net

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Welcome to /un/, wirechan users,

The board to discuss everything related to underground culture, and topics.

Threads can range from images, videos, questions, conspiracies, spooky stuff, hidden websites (Legal content only), music, stores, videogames, etc.
The only rule here is for everything to be lesser known by regular people. No mainstream content is allowed, OC is encouraged in this board, and spam in this board is not encouraged.

If you share an album, a compilation of songs, or whatever media, please use an external host!


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drugs are generally considered underground, so lets talk about our use and history with it, let it be narcotics, nootropics, pharmacological medicine etc…
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ketamineeeweeeeeeee

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>>18
I want to try it ,HW how is it? Read some stuff about the KHole

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>drugs

gay

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>>18
ketamine is by far the most addicting drug i've had the pleasure of sniffing. its recent re-emergence in memes brought me in no doubt like many others disconnecting during chinky flu. VR in particular VRchat is amazing on dissociatives btw try it out if you ever get the chance.

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>>21
yeah I fucking love it, its actually a very versatile drug. If you only take a small amount its almost like an "extra step" of being drunk, then it gets progressively weirder as you take more. Personally I find watching a film/episode or playing a game becomes super immersive and interesting. Everything starts to feel very important, like its actually happening.
holeing is different for everyone. If that's what you really want I would recommend injecting, its so much more powerful than sniffing



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Hello, we are making a Lain-themed music compilation.
If you make music or want to help in other ways, contact me at orobor0z@protonmail.com
Here's the Bandcamp page for the project:
https://xiilabel.bandcamp.com/album/virtual-cyberia-experience

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check your email fam

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>>45
I might be a bit slow with answering emails on occasion, I'll answer you soon(trademark).
t. op

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Sent mine a few days ago as well.



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What`s your opinion on adult swim bumps and sewerslvt?
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To me it sounds pretty uninspired, like a boring parody of jungle.

> 416,235 views

> underground
idk fam

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I`ve never seen it before! Kinda cool man thanks!

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>>49
i mean, idk about that chief. i like a lot of sewerslvt, although i do wish she'd maybe diversify a little. aside from a couple ambient interludes on albums most of her work is maximalist jungle. i mean, aphex twin did hard drum n bass but then did something like flim or iz us. maybe she could take a leaf out of his book and experiment with different moods and atmospheres.

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>>47
Its ok



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Hey, I'm making an archive of strange sites like angusnicneven.com and superbad.com. Show me what you got, Wirechan.
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How many sites are in your archive I wonder?

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>>31
Somewhere around 4

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Visit netstalking community anon

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>>20
don't be a leecher
post your archive too



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I guess most, if not all, netlabels count as the are pretty underground. Do you follow any netlabels? Have any favourite artists or releases?

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D-TRASH Records: http://dtrashrecords.com/
A much loved classic netlabel, they release heavy electronic music since 1998. Mostly digital hardcore similar to Atari Teenage Riot, sometimes more digital, sometimes more hardcore punk.

My recent favourites from them are DK-Dance:
http://www.lunaticfringe.org/~schizoid/dtrashrecords/digitaldownloads/digitaldownload.php?ID=DTRASH202
http://www.lunaticfringe.org/~schizoid/dtrashrecords/digitaldownloads/digitaldownload.php?ID=DTRASH152

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AnythingRecords: http://anyrec.webcrow.jp/

A Japanese netlabel mainly releasing lolicore, which is basically a mix of breakcore, speedcore, other hardcore electronic music and anime samples.

Some releases I like:
http://anyrec.webcrow.jp/2018/03/09/any-086-when-they-cry-ep/
https://anythingrecords.bandcamp.com/album/any-055-hi-speed-otaku-core-vol-3

MO, who is running the netlabel, also released on other netlabels, my favourite is probably this, which appeared Dochakuso Records:
http://dochakuso.web.fc2.com/release/dcks-0050.html

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split-notes: http://split-notes.com/

They release "microtonal music", which is apparently pretty exotic. I don't know much about music theory, but I really like their dub reggae:
http://split-notes.com/tony-dubshot-omega-dub/
http://split-notes.com/tony-dubshot-weird-science/

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>>4
I wish they kept uploading their stuff to archive.org instead of being exclusively on bandcamp.



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*notices new board* owo



im sorry, pls no ban
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>>35
Why?

 No.37

>>36
because otherwise you look like a retard and a faggot (even compared to the regulars here)

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>>37
What do you think lurking more would achieve? The problem is that /un/ appears in the top board list on same pages but not on others. I don't remember reading anything about this since this board was made. Are you just rude for the sake of it? Do you enjoy it? The only person who looks like "a retard and a faggot" here is you.

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>>38
>mad at the internet

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lol calm down



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What's your opinion on street art/graffiti?

I find it interesting, how artist come with various ideas for the art itself, and the placement of it. Sadly in the place I live, it's just some assholes writing their names with no style, or random shit on walls.
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Some pics a friend takes related to your topic, where I live there's a lot of this stuff, sometime's its just trash, as you mention it, but if you walk around enough, you can find some pretty cool stuff.

This is were he posts his stuff, too bad it's insta but they're worth taking a look at.

https://www.instagram.com/circuitoescritores/

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>>10
I looked all around, only some better looking tags in one place

might try to do something myself, thinking of any ideas for that

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I love the look of it, especially if it's on abandoned and worn out places. or on currently used ones.
Pics related is of some I took near my house

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street art is great but tends to be attention seeky which takes away from it. It tends to be needlessly bold and colourful.

tagging is straight up vandalism and only takes things away. The niggers who do graffiti for ego are a massive problem.

Parkour was founded around discipline and striving for the best but graffiti seems to revolve around a desperate need for attention.
That said, there is a lot of good street art which needs to somehow get better.

With mobile phones and new innovations in decentralised technologies I think there is space to create a new community for art made without permission. I'm thinking something similar to pokemon go/geocaching and making it decentralised.
Rewarding people with attention or money for art naturally reduces the quality though so it would have to be well designed.



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kerosene
find somethin to do


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