We had a good discussion about Music Theory earlier.
Let's continue it.
Stirring the pot: Learning music theory can be fun and interesting, but it's ultimately just descriptive and doesn't really grant THAT much additional insight.
A poster in the old thread hit it on the head when he said, "Music theory just gives us an additional language to use when describing music."
So in addition to describing something as "anxious, haunting, unsettling," you can now add "atonal, dissonant, melodically disjointed," etc.
rate this playlist i made for a girl who i have a crush on (shes making me one too)
ITT: wildly overrated albums
I fucking hate it when bands become famous and lose all of the energy that made them great.
Case in point: Foals are now shit. But their first album was so fantastic. They are just now completely lacking all the energy and drive that made that first album so frenetic and interesting and different.
I was going to say a band's FIRST album is always their best because of this... but that's not necessarily true. It's just once they become famous or well known that the spark dies.
ITT: Albums with 1 bad song. Guess the bad one
Have fun, people
Melvins - Tanx
>Sludge metal pioneers
>1991 Bootleg, Contains the best Melvins song, Euthanasia
Requesting the Melvins - Yuthanagia bootleg, or any Melvins bootleg or live recording.
Author & Punisher - Melk en Honing
>Drone, Industrial, Metal
>Produced by Phil Anselmo
>Solo project of Joe Preston, who has worked with Earth, Melvins, Harvey Milk, Sunn O))) and High on Fire, mostly as bass player.
>drone doom, sludge metal, experimental
Check it out: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0_emhFI3xc8
Almost sure that this is the full Discography, let me know if it's missing something.
>Go to YouTube
>Type in the name of a band you like followed by "cover"
Hard Mode: Find covers a band you dislike that are better than the original.
Cringe is overused a bunch but it's still fun if you get some proper good shit
As for OP not sure if I want to ruin my music by hearibg a shit cover in the back of my head (or maybe I'll appreciate it more???)
last thread's deader than disgraced 39th vice president spiro agnew, let's try this again. remember to listen to as many others as possible and provide feedback/recs/downloads if you dig!
>folk, singer/songwriter, bedroom pop, dream folk
here's an additional covers ep i put out the other day:
thanks to all you'll fellow bandcampers
We're a fun lovin chillaxed duo working on aging some house shows over Christmas. I'm at work at the moment, but I'll return any feedback once I get back home.
>chillwave, psychedelic, synthpop
>disgraced 39th vice president spiro agnew
I had a flash back to that watch from the Simpsons XD
>Space themed dark ambient, a remix of Black Blight's
I really like that reference, that is on point XD.>>60613640
gonna listen to this now
I will be interviewing Mike Love for my college radio station tonight. It will air Tommorow night.
I need to ask questions from people online, so give me some to ask him.
I'm interviewing a relatively famous band tomorrow... what would you ask them?
This is pretty good, pretty good for a meme album anyway.
>join a mu related fb group years ago
>meet german/asian qt, we talk 24/7, she's amazing
>kinda romantic but not, we just keep talking everything
>meet a great girl, fall in love, etc
>move in with her but her parents are aspies so we don't tell them
>decide to get married to just get it over with plus side benefits, sweet
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New Phyrexia, yes. I was going to go for norwegian o and she for phi, and when I remembered this we just had to do it.
ITT: Post your favorite album(s) for each season
Why do you hate Charli /mu/? True Romance was good
Where can I go to talk about Jazz?classical? because this clearly isn't the place. Whenever we start these threads we barely get responses, yet kpop threads are always on roll 24/7.
So, my question is, where could I go to discuss and get recs for jazz/classical albums?