>be me, an intellectual
>come to /mu/ once in a blue moon
>still see the proletarians listening to their popular "music"
>enjoy a nice chuckle
>go back to listening to humanity's finest music
Thanks for the laugh, /mu/. I'll check back on you plankton some other time.
I posted the wrong composer, sorry guys.
Songs that make you feel girly?
Damn nigga this shit is fire asf
What /mu/ think about Die antwoord
Do drugs help creativity or hinder it? For example with creating music.
they free it. less self sconsciousness, more open to experimentation. better flow too.
of course you must have some creativity inside. a talentless guy on drugs is still talentless.
Was N.W.A. really the first gangsta rap group?
No none of them were in gangs, some of them sold drugs but that's as hard as they went. Pretty much everything they rapped about they lied... But they were one of the first to establish the subgenre
These are all pretty much the same album but ordered by accessibility.
Does anyone else feel like limiting psychedelia to just bright colors, reverb laden guitars, fuzzed basses, and weird tape manipulations is a actually rather unpsychedelic way of thinking? If you think about it nearly all music is psychedelic because it all has the potential to change your perceptions.
There's a definite disconnect between the psychedelic mindset/experience and psychedelic music, it's mostly just the association with that older style of rock aesthetics that makes the genre. I don't think that makes it any less psychedelic or enjoyable though. Trying to encapsulate the experience itself is sort of pointless since it's so subjective what will give a person that feeling, so instead we can just jam out to whatever music associates itself with that idea. Maybe in 50 years we'll...
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Just got a brand new audio setup, what should be the first album I listen to in glorious FLAC?
sup, /mu/? Residents thread?
>ever seen them live?
>have you seen Theory of Obscurity? How was it?
My favorite album is Not Available for obvious reasons. Eskimo and Mark of the Mole are also incredible and really underrated. Fingerprince is another album I really enjoy but have never seen discussed here.
anyways have fun. love u guys
Favorite Album is probably the Commercial Album. Favorite song is either Suburban Bathers or Whatever Happened to Vileness Fats. I haven't seen that movie, but I have seen the Whatever Happened to Vileness Fats which is weird as shit. I'd really like to see a release of the uncut full 14 hours of footage.
Rate profiles and give recs and whatnot.
>tfw auntler hasn't been on since may
Infinite comeback announcement coming soon.
>"Drake be like ____________."
So, does /mu/ have any music to make you feel better about themselves?
ITT: Music to cry to.
Cry with me, /mu/.