Do you remember?
Post your favorite 60s/70s/80s/90s album, rate and critique other's choices
John Coltrane - The Ascension
Faust - Faust
Einstürzende Neubauten - Zeichnungen des Patienten O.T.
Swans - Soundtracks for the Blind
You were big into psych rock as teen.
I need to convert some FLACS and WAVS to 320 MP3... what is the best converter to do this?
Can you please Rec me minimal techno? I'm looking for something less house influenced, with not as much of a beat.
Just small computer-ish sounds jumping around my brain.
Is anyone else excited for female rapper/electronic musician Kitty Pryde's debut full-length album, Miami Garden Club, dropping in January 2016? She has been steadily improving over her past few releases and I very much believe she can create something truly special now that she's had the industry experience and took the time to mature her lyrics and form a real stage presence.
This is a really good album.
Did you like it too?
Posting posts that are not related to the topic is a ban-able offense, anon. what you are doing now is not only offensive and morally wrong, but it also can get you banned.
I think the best thing you can do, is delete that post, and actually talk about the subject of this thread, which is the album in the op.
Did you like New Bermuda, anon?
ITT: Grimes' best songs
Is Jerry Cantrell the master of writing songs that genuinely make you sad? Of course you got AIC, but this album has got to be one of the saddest pieces of work you will ever hear.
Tell me "Feel The Void" doesn't tear your heart out http://youtu.be/rPileRRbw9M
He's the jack of all trades, master of all. His riff writing prowess is unquestionable, literally top 10 riff writer of all time. Some of the most touching lyrics ever written (Down in a Hole, Settling Down, Feel The Void) etc..
Then his solos, he's not the fastest, but there aren't many guitarists out there who write solos that better serve the music as a whole than Cantrell does. His guitar tone is frickin godly on every album.
And he's a pretty damn good vocalist, his voice...
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Avant-prog is the most pointless genre along with zeuhl.
Why does all post-rock sound the same ?
Remind me why she got a record deal?
>wassup with dat?
what did she mean by this?
Reminder that Maya knocked the confederate fedoras off /pol/ and they're super butthurt now
More like this pls?
I can't get into Mark Hollis s/t, too sombre and quiet 4 me. I prefer the quiet/loud of talk talk and the spiritual/ethereal of pygmalion
here are my shitty and barely informed opinions on your recs: I kinda like dirty three although the violin grates after a while, thought long fin killie's houdini was unfocussed and too long but with some sublime moments peppered throughout, disco inferno blew my mind. ill add pavement & other bark psychosis to my listening schedule so thanks for the recs