This whole site is complete fucking stupidity. Its just a bunch of idiots pretending to be unique and complex with "obscure" music tastes when in reality you're all fucking............................................... stupid.
Good names for a band?
ITT: we post the comfiest albums for staying warm during the Christmas season
OP and pic related are the two best christmas albums I've heard
would love to hear some recommendations, though
this one's my 2nd fav after Vince Guaraldi. Christmas with that freaking Spector production.
The Brits are now castrated fatty supporters.
nujabes for me
Post those meme albums that you've never gotten around to and get advice on whether or not you should.
I've never listened to:
>Soundtrack for the Blind
>year of our lord 2015
>no anco hype threads
I don't recognize you anymore, /mu/...
ANYWAY, ANCO HYPE TIME
WILL IT BE BETTER THAN BURRITO HZ? OR WILL IT BE THE FINAL NAIL IN ANCO'S COFFIN?
WHAT DO YOU THINK ABOUT THE RECORDINGS THAT CAME THROUGH DURING THE AIRPORT TEASE?
ARE YOU HYPE FOR MONDAY?
GET IN HERE ANCO FANS
A couple of recordings of songs from the album if anyone missed them. Sounds trippy as fuck.
2. "Hocus Pocus"
4. "Lying in the Grass"
5. "The Burglars"
6. "Natural Selection"
7. "Bagels in Kiev"
8. "On Delay"
9. "Spilling Guts"
10. "Summing the Wretch"
11. "Golden Gal"
To be honest im not wowed by any if these. Thoughts?
>band has more live albums than studio albums
Where do I start with Neil Young? All I've heard is Buffalo Springfield and Harvest, and while I enjoy the country rock sounds of both albums, I've heard that Young is extremely eclectic. I'm really into 70's hard rock/heavy metal (steppenwolf,blue cheer, etc.) So where does one begin with Neil Young? I cant believe no one has made a flowchart yet, can we band together and make one? I dunno.
We post alternative rock albums that are better than OK computer.
What's your AOTY?
What's some music that does stuff with vocal harmonies and interwtining melodies? I dunno if I'm describing it well, but what I'm thinking of is a lot of Porcupine Tree stuff that did this and I kinda miss it in SW's solo work. Songs like Drown with Me, Every Home Is Wired, Mellotron Scratch and Baby Dream In Cellophane have these densely layered/ overlapping vocal sections that are really cool.
Fair to Midland and Rishloo comes to mind. Not really a lot like Porcupine Tree though, maybe Rishloo, but goddamn it Fair to Midland have some great fucking vocal melodies (and a bit unusual)
ITT: Post your shoes and let others guess what type of music you listen to. I'l start.
What's a good price/quality record player? I'm thinking of buying one either today or Monday and I've never owned one so I don't really know much about them.
If you want a new player, get a Audio Technica LP120 w/ speakers and preamp, and don't settle for much less.
If you don't care about it being new, you can get great deals of used shit online, just make sure it has a replaceable needle and cartridge and has a counter weight.
And don't settle for some trendy shit like a Crosley or your records will sound like ass and the plastic needle will literally destroy your records.
You can pick up a Numark for half the price of an Audio Technica and literally not be able to tell any difference, don't fall for a $250 meme if you don't have that kind of cash to spend.
Just whatever you do, don't get a fucking Crosley or one of those Target/Walmart tier "all in one" turntables. Unless you like listening to your records once and never again.