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Let me introduce you to: https://www.gnoosic.com/ Basically, you tell it what you like and it suggests artists that other people with similar tastes have liked. It also learns and adapts based on which suggestions you like or don't like. It just gets better as more people use it. Hope you find a new favourite! Note: I am in no way affiliated with this site, ...


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I listened to the piece World Is Not Enough. It reminds me of 90s "industrial rock". Groups like Ministry, Nine Inch Nails, and some of the harder stuff from Aphex Twin (eg. Bucephalus Bouncing Ball). Also the layering of rhythms reminds me of "Afrobeat" and the African rhythms of Art Blakey. I think adding vocals would be good, otherwise the loops can ...


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Beatport labels this track as electronica-downtempo. See the side bar using previous link for similar artists and tracks. Another answer suggested Deep-House, though that genre usually has BPM's around 120, not 105.


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Based on the music and artist's description on Wikipedia he seems to be a combination of post-rock, IDM, and noise. A bit tricky. Here would be my suggestions to look into. IDM Autechre (Second Bad Vibel, Gantz Graf, plyPhon, Fleure, Bladeroles) Amon Tobin (Triple Science) Two Fingers (Razorback) Noise Des Esseintes (Due, King of the Jungle) Post-rock World'...


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Elgar’s e Minor is very good. You could also check out Britten’s. It certainly echos Beethoven tremendously. Never did D Major sound so good either. https://youtu.be/SdKcOm_3VJU


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The same question has been bothering me for months, and I finally stumbled across the track that this cue reminds me of. Not sure if this is the same song you were remembering, but I figured it might help someone: Albinoni: Adagio for Strings and Organ in G Minor (specifically the part that starts around 6 minutes in). This song was in one of my study ...


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You might want to look into Happy Hardcore, there's tons of samples of Jungle, DnB and breakbeat. Classic Happy Hardcore is from the mid 90s but you might discover this sort of beat(s) you are looking for while starting here... the hardcore style might be a style you should research. Enjoy raving! https://www.mixcloud.com/martin-green3/off-yer-nut-99-spaced-...


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That fragment is a broken beat interlude of a hard-dance track. Here is similar music, though not always as hard as your fragment. The tracks are labeled as Kawaii Pop, Future Bass, Hard-Dance, EDM and J-Pop.


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" ... deep, mystical, arcane, and intriguing themes ... " ~ Tautological Revelations, opening poster You can try this song, "Arcane Library":-- I present to you "Arcane Refuge" from Wizard of Legend's soundtrack:-- There are elves in these pictures:-- I present ...


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In my opinion chipmusic usually leans more into gaming consoles than home computer demo and game music. It sounds very different than music on Amiga or C64 or even Adlib / Soundblaster. I believe MOD music or tracker music would be the correct term.


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If you prefer sound of Pink Floyd after 1980, then check out band Tony Red and their only one album Positive Waves. Also I will recommend to check out bands Mostly Autumn, Moon Halo and also band Cosmos, they have five albums from 1995 till 2012. There is another band you should pay attention, it is Think Floyd.


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I've had good experience using music-map.com. It's straightforward to use: just enter the name of an artist/band you like, and you get a "map" of suggestions. Your selection is at the center, and the closer the suggestion to your selection, the more people also like that artist/band.


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Take a look at music-map. Their list for Dream Theater includes at least half the bands mentioned in answers here, plus many others.


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You have to check out SEVENTH WONDER from Sweden. It's Tommy Karevik's (Kamelot) main or first band. They have released 5 CD's so far which are all great.. Try " Waiting in the Wings" or "Mercy Falls" or " The Great Escape" first, these guys are fantastic, especially if you like the more melodic side of Dream Theater.


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