ITT: post an album with better lyrical content
>protip: it's possible but highly unlikely anything can top pic related
Just started binge listening to this album and im about 20 minutes in.
When does it get good?
Why does /mu/ hate him?
I listened to him today, and I think he has some real talent. Give it 20 to 30 years, when he's old and out of his current phase, and he'll probably be GOAT. That's what happened to Gira, at least.
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ITT: Describe a group/musician with an experience
>Boards of Canada is like looking at really old pictures of people you don't know.
I'm going to cheat and use an album.
>Carrie & Lowell is like revisiting your childhood home after your mom's funeral.
Which album does /mu/ think is the winner? Support your choice with reasons
Post your mother fucking charts, but only if you're a flaming homosexual.
+Electric Wizard, Vlad Tepes, Whitehouse
Nice mix of weeb music and black metal lel
someone tell me some black metal to listen to
your favourite daniel johnston song . no debates no memes just a song
>tfw can't sing worth a fuck
this makes me more upset than being a hideous loser
How do you guys deal with this? Sing anyway?
hey /mu/, I'm new to playing shoegaze. I have been working on this track with my boyfriend, and I was wondering if any of you guys have any mixing advice? Thanks, I would really appreciate it :)
ignore this cunt
pretty good desu needs some working
So I'm almost 20 years old, and I'm looking to get into music. I've honestly never really shown interest in any kind of music until now, I mostly listen to whatever's on the radio, or just nothing at all.
Anyway, what kinds of artists should I look into? I really don't have any preferences whatsoever, I was just kinda hoping you guys could show me the best stuff from a few different genres and I'll go from there.
well shit man, honestly you're starting really late. Give a listen to Reddit core, then mu core, decide which you like better, then go from there via related artists. Google them to get the chart.
Start with /mu/core
>Neutral Milk Hotel-In the Aeroplane Over the Sea
>Animal Collective-Merriwether Post Pavilion
>My Bloody Valentine-Loveless
>Radiohead-Kid A and OK Computer
Over time continue listening to more /mu/core albums and continue finding deeper music by looking in genres of /mu/albums you like.
If you genuinely have no experience then this chart is a pretty good starting place, especially for classical and jazz though the popular music sections leave a bit to be desired.
I wonder what it's like on LSD
is this the most extreme thing to come out this year? it seems like with the technology we have these days, we can take cliches from pop music and deconstruct them to the point of postmodern oblivion. this shit is terrifying
>it seems like with the technology we have these days, we can take cliches from pop music and deconstruct them to the point of postmodern oblivion
You don't have to use technology to deconstruct art with postmodernism senpai
Also everything I see people using the word 'postmodernism' they don't seem to understand what it means baka