Post albums you really like that you rarely/never see discussed on /mu/. Let me repeat that real quick:
-ALBUMS THAT YOU RARELY OR NEVER SEE DISCUSSED ON /MU/-
Give a description of the band and the relevant genres/tags of the album so that others can see if it's shit they might be into.
Respond to albums that you see posted that you have heard before and discuss whether you like or dislike them and their place relative to the artists discography and the rough musical movement it was a part of.
Let's see if we can discover new artists this...
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Liars - Sisterworld (2010)
>rock with a lot of classical instruments, dark yet not overbearing atmosphere, has some pretty intense aggression to it at times
Liars is a band I follow quite a bit since their albums change their sound every time, but they always have a keen focus on being rhythmic. This album is creepy, it comes out of a very weird place without being unaccessible. It's got a pretty interesting narrative to it and the mysterious atmosphere makes it a really interesting listen.
Spoon - A Series of Sneaks (1998)
>90's alternative rock, pixie worship
Spoon is by no means an obscure band. Here in their second LP they capture that of-kilter style that the pixies produces earlier in the decade while at the same time having a pretty independent style. Definitely their most cohesive album in my opinion.
Women - s/t (2008)
>Indie rock, tons of reverb
Combining a sense of atmosphere and an incredible attention to guitar technique (the pieces can get quite complex) Women's debut LP is a great guitar album while still having some strong and emotional songs.
What are the most innovative/experimental records of the 1950s? Here are a couple of my picks, but I'm sure there must be more that were ground breaking for their time
Is this the most talented musical country of all time? Everything out of there is superior to their Western counterparts.
One of these threads.
>play gig with band
>song has guitar solo
>he keeps playing and improvising shitty guitar licks over the rest of the song instead of the carefully composed music he's supposed to play
>confront him about it after the show
>"Sorry, brah. I just got caught up in the moment!"
What was the first noise rock song?
The earliest that I know of is European Son.
follow each other, post your last.fm page
No 3x3? Do you guys even like music?
lol jk rate rec and all that good stuff
you should try powerviolence all the cool kids listen to it
Dropdead - S/T
pick one of them they're both pretty good
>This Will Destroy You
I listened to their new album and it was one of the most boring records I've heard in a long time. I downloaded it because among sampling I thought I heard some melodies with a nice mood to them. But when I actually listened to the record they were non-existent. Overall 3/10
ITT: Albums and their equivalent as Films.
Let's talk vaporwave
New SC thred /mu/headz.
Not gonna lie, i just want to promote my shit but im returning every feedback. Do the same!
got some new shit coming soon
Will leave feedback on lunch break if I get the chance
New song in the works now
I'm in the mood for El Pollo Loco rn
Does /mu/ like progressive rock?