RIP. A colorful character and family favorite
Slow, relaxing, soothing Delta waves from a nocturnal ocean of deep emotions and imaginations...
thework.com // non-duality (advaita)
That looks better than the new Doctor Who season. Really digging the music too
Dampen the hymns of your muses with your own tears, mon pauvre
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The music made by slowcore legends Matt and Bubba Kadane is often toned down, mellow and thoughtful - reflecting on relationships, the past and (lack of) personal development, expressed in an undramatic and somewhat implicit manner. All of this vibes Delta to me.
Mother, specially Mother 3, feels pretty delta (or, in general, judicious) to me.
Specially since Lucas seems to be an EII.
IEE sx first, childlike to take a risky guess
Brian Firkus (Trixie Mattel) - Fi-IEE 7w6
SLI cognition represented musically and textually. The soft, pulsing, non-intrusive melancholy is something i associate with Si-Te. ILI is a lot more directly aggressive and bleak - there is no peace to be found.
Jon Secada (EII)
Doubt Gil Scott Heron was Delta, but the title is literally Delta Man.
Si vibrations and Fi closeness.
Suzanne Vega (EII)
I like how everyone is really different in their music tastes, and truly appreciates each others tastes as well. Going with the theme of irregularity, i present my music; behold Technical Brutal Death Metal.
EII-Ne: Joni Mitchell
EII-Fi: Maggie Rogers
EII-Ne: Lucy Rose
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EII-Fi: John Mayer
EII-Fi: Michael Angelakos
EII-Ne: Jim Adkins
EII-Ne: Nick Cave
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Jeff Buckley, IEI-Fe imo.
SLI-Si: Sharon Van Etten
SLI-Si: Claire Laffut
LSE-Si: Lene Nystrøm
IEE-Fi: Marina Diamandis
IEE-Fi: Matt Shultz
Nice to see bands like The Magnetic Fields represented and learn their types Plenty of good bands there. So we post bands of people who are delta types or just music that seems to fit the delta vibe?