what bands does /fa/ like?
ok I phrased that badly, what I meant was ime people who are straight edge/stonerbros tend to dislike dg, eg. "omg it sounds so weird how can you listen to this haha". Whereas people who have/do get more fucked up tend to be more open to them
I'm not even that guy but your whole argument is just so full of holes its funny. According to you I can't be as open to music if I'm not doing drugs compared to if I was? Because right now I listen to a very wide range of music and I hardly ever even drink. I don't even have a problem with drugs but what you're saying about then is not true. All the stoner fags and hardcore druggies I know hate most of my music and still barely tolerate even most of my pleb shit. Where as the people I know who don't do drugs for the most part will at least listen to the music and think about it before they complain.
i really like powerviolence and grindcore which is the complete opposite of /fa/-approved aesthetics i guess
infest, full of hell, charles bronson, nails
also youtube rappers like night lovell and bones, i don't like sadboys/yung lean very much but i enjoy ecco2k's music
>there are people out there who literally listen to hip hop unironically
goat pub vomit
GTB. Actual models.
Goodbye stranger it´s been nice
Hope you find your paradise
Tried to see your point of view
Hope your dreams will all come true
fuck, i was so close to buying that poster. just the shipping costs were a little much. also imagine if doom had done an album with BBNG instead of bishop. actually they are still a bit young for that to make sense, but still.
Palma Violets. They're coming to Reading this month
Sam Fryer and Chili Jefferson are incredibly attractive men
I used to go on /mu/ but it felt like a chore keeping up with new releases and my music library got too big too quick which meant I had to organize everything better and blah blah blah.
I've been stuck in a musical rut lately tho so I'm probably gonna go back soon.
i feel like i come off as a le wrong generation by mostly liking bands that no longer exist but whatever
this and usurp synapse, hassan i sabbah, etc.
Matt and Kim
Lake Strret Dive
I listened to Með suð í eyrum við spilum endalaust like 200 times while in college
I'm into electronic, hip-hop, indie, rock and dubstep, including:
Bones, mssingNo, Zomby, Gesaffelstein, Slugabed, The Bug, Flying Lotus, Alexisonfire, M83, Jaylib, Delroy Edwards, Mumdance, AL-90, Jawbreaker, King Midas Sound, Fatima, Dark0, Benga, DJ Rashad, Jacques Greene, Logos, Fukkk Offf, Death Grips, Surgeon, Scuba, Ride, Vampire Weekend, The Antlers, Purity Ring, Calibre, Black Milk & Danny Brown, Lunice, Jam City, L-Vis 1990, Blawan, Inkke, Darkstar, Peverelist, Ikonika, Terekke, Kingswood, S-Type, plata, Samiyam, Murlo, Rome Fortune.
Check out my music taste: http://www.last.fm/user/grumpie70
bands are fuckeng lame
post producers instead
fairly sure hating Zomby is a giant meme.
dude produces some great music. he might be up him self but it's not like he goes around shitting on others to make himself look better. he speaks his mind on twitter. big whoop
urk i can never pick a favorite.... i dig all their releases besides fruit that ate itself and the new one since I haven't heard it, but i usually say Everywhere or LCW. Or Building Nothing.
Meat Beat Manifesto
Blue Oyster Cult
I mostly listen to solo artists now.
>Tfw fave indie bands haven't released shit in 2 years because the scene is gone
>mfw the internets faggiest melon panned hypernight
you are just mad you look like a fuckin dweeb in clothes
i can already tell you never been to england
daily reminder that if you listen to anything besides jazz, bossa nova or fusion youre a fag
>implying i even said that
jazz is the separtion of music from the erudition, thus "popular"
Cs will always be Cs, notes will always be notes and harmonies will always be notes
music is music, thus music cant be new or old
>being this ignorant
>confirmed for not a musician
some more tom jobim to you faggot
Lately I've been listening to:
maudlin of the Well
All the people from Kusemono Records
Would recc all of them
don't know how the fuck no one posted them, but the jesus & mary chain
Oh yeah I forgot
>Mono, the trip hop band
Their singer is a full on milf now.
>tfw seeing your favourite musicians
move on in life
Trip hop is the most /fa/ music. Aside from certain house and electronic numbers.
Hahaha trust people on /fa/ to know indie bands I've listened to. I regret I never got to see them, was kind kf obsessed with Cool As A Fire because it was my feels song. How was the show? What do you think of Ramona Lisa? Was Caroline cool? Did you get he privilege of hearing her sing Cool As A Fire?
Trust /fa/t people to know these obscure indie bands only I thought I knew. Listened to them a while ago, trying to figure out their sound. Somewhat interesting.
Yes. I am damn serious. Trip hop evokes that James Bond spy film and film noir effect like no other music does. It is GOAT. Nothing else compares in terms of class and style. I'm talking about Mono and Portishead vocal heavy songs and the pianos, not the really upbeat, distorted tracks.
Most jazz is as bad as the 80s shredders and has no soul or feeling to it. I like certain jazz, but it's a bad genre for the most part because it usually is playing for the sake of playing instead of trying to convey feeling which is the point of music imo.
That song is pure floundering, it doesn't go anywhere. I can't stand phrasing that boring. I like stuff that is more dynamic with many peaks and valleys.
>Trip hop evokes that James Bond spy film and film noir effect like no other music does
I can't even deal with this shit
that's not what /fa/ should evoke for you, that's some #menswear bullshit
Death Grips, Kanye West, Arcade Fire, Modest Mouse, Iceage, Pixies, Kendrick Lamar, Chance the Rapper, The Knife, Snowing, Tame Impala, Chelsea Wolfe, Vampire Weekend, Outkast, Deerhunter, Clams Casino, My Bloody Valentine, Brand New, Lil Ugly Mane, The Smiths, Elliott Smith, Swans, Yung Lean, Radiohead, Pavement, Grimes, Oneohtrix Point Never, Trust, A$AP Rocky, Madvillain, Flying Lotus, Ariel Pink's Haunted Graffiti, Dean Blunt, Wavves, clipping., Have a Nice Life, Interpol, Disclosure, Animal Collective, Run the Jewels, Aphex Twin, LCD Soundsystem, Forest Swords, BADBADNOTGOOD, Phoenix, Panda Bear, J Dilla, ScHoolboy Q, Chromatics, The xx.
am i /fa/, uguuu?
That phrasing is shit. He just flounders half the time and the timbre sounds like a fart anyway. I like more precise phrasing with actual crescendos led by the band as well. Most jazz sounds like elevator music like you posted with absolutely no emotional range at all. You're talking to a guy with mobb deep, dear and the headlights, glassjaw, waylon jennings, and buck owens on the same disc in his car. I'd rather listen to swing, singers and standards, blues, or country than jazz.
no surprise its so full of contemporary bias/ignorance here. even for designers /fa/ has no mention of most greats before the 70s in the archive.
>inb4 dadcore, fedora, etc
Knowing the past and development of any field always keeps you on top of the contemporary game: the big designers you love today probably know this stuff themselves.
>I can't stand phrasing that borin
can't remember exactly but wasn't it Lester who was taught by another legend to keep playing the same note over and over again until the phrasing was insanely good and finally progressed from there?
Anyway, this thread is funny implying any of the country blues oldies came close to the sophistication of Ellington or Davis and the likes.
You obviously haven't heard enough trip hop. It's literally perfect for the runway and all other high fashion and fragrance commercials and media. Classical and romantic music is also pretty /fa/ for me.
Just because something is complex doesn't make it good. I used to listen to Steve Vai and the like when I was a teenager. Technical proficiency doesn't make for a good song. The combination of actually expressing emotion and technique are what make music good. Obviously country is simple. It's the minute subtleties in the playing that make it great. Jazz never seems to manage to go anywhere with it's phrasing. I never hear valleys and peaks and the treks to get there in it. It's always just boring monotonous doodling the likes of Eddie Van Halen. They're playing properly, but not much feeling is ever coming from it. It's just technical dribble as far as I can hear.
At the moment my main jams are Duke Ellington, Fats Waller, Kendricks new album, Burial, Marko Furstenberg, Perc, Clams, and some classic delta blues ala Charlie Patton.
Basically imagine the sort of shit you would hear if you got invited to a party by weirdo's that did nothing but sit around in a derelict factory in the industrial part of town wearing dope suits and listening to minimal industrial music which they had somehow converted to 75rpm so they could play it on a scratchy old gramophone. Thats the life I wanna live mang
>/fa/ is high fashion and experimental things to me
Nah, the music taste reflects the truth: /fa/ is popular counterculture/indie fashion.
A high fashion board would listen to mostly classical and avant garde.
Faith No More
Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds
Guaranteed zero matches except for maybe some pretentious hipster who listened to Lyre of Orpheus
It's not easy being me
you won't seem like a le wrong generation faggot if those bands aren't dadrock bands, not all old music is dadrock
/mu/ here, let me give you the rundown on dadrock
when people think of dadrock they usually think of the 60's and the 70's, sometimes the 80's. most of /mu/'s favorite bands from those eras are were not that popular in their prime and thus were not listened to by the average dad. the dad didn't pass their knowledge of these bands onto their kids because they themselves didn't know about them, making them not very popular today.
some examples of non le wrong generationer older music includes king crimson, can, captain beefheart, and nick drake.
some examples of le wrong generationer older music includes AC/DC, led zeppelin, the beatles, and pink floyd.
now before anyone gets uppity and think i'm shit talking MUH FLOYD, me writing all of this out says nothing about the quality of the artists i've listed here. except for AC/DC, all the le wrong generation dadrock bands i listed range from decent to great. it just so happens a certain group of people latch onto them, become fans of them, and are insufferable and obnoxious about their taste.
the velvet underground most definitely fits into the first category of artists i listed. they were the first alternative rock band in history and gave birth to the entire indie/alt rock/punk rock movements. they were also the first incarnation the modern hipster. coincidentally, /mu/ loves them. TVU&N is usually considered sub /mu/core.
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oh nah they're super famous, and from what I've heard Regurgitator is basically a household name in Australia. I just doubt that anyone on /fa/ specifically would listen to them. Pretty sure /fa/ is just /mu/two musicwise
I think he's more focusing on how /fa/ James Bond is as a whole.
As well as his choice in drinks, and a lot of the sets in the films had nice furniture.
Fashion isn't clothing deep.
Lets play: find the black person in this thread
Billy Joel, Last Shadow Puppets and Earl Sweatshirt are also all in this month's playlist.
I used to listen to the Weeknd religiously but I feel like he's been straying from his original vision a bit too much, especially with his new radio hits. I'm excited to see what's on his new album though.
>mfw kele comes to my hometown this summer
You can't compare them like that really, John Darnielle and Sean Bonnette are incredibly different writers both in respect to lyrics and instrumentation.
They both have their own merits, and not everyone who likes one would like the other.
Boards of Canada, Ulrich Schnauss, Oneohtrix Point Never, Clams Casino, Bibio, Tycho, and your typical pleb-tier garbage like Oasis, Capital Cities, and Foals.
Bonobo, Fort Romeau, Emancipator, Nosaj Thing, Dorian Concept, Death Grips, Purity Ring, Dan Croll, Amtrac, M|O|O|N, Remix Artists Collective (RAC), Tycho, Shigeto, Crystal Castles, Shingo Nakamura, Yacht,