What are some good lowercase albums?
and others try to guess
sad man in spiderland
Bleep Bloop - Autecray
Anyone else like the new cover for Illinoise?
Purchase thread? Just got this in the mail, absolutely loving it.
which is better
No 3x3 in catalog so let's have one. You know the drill, recs, rates, hate, guesses whatever.
I like drills haha brrrrrrrrrrrrr
You might like Of Montreal's early work
You want to learn something new but you don't know what yet
You feel like things are going pretty well right now
+NMH, Hendrix, Slint, Mt. Eerie
Check out N-Qia
They're an utter bore
Ok so I'm never cared really much for Rock or guitar music in general (I've always been a huge IDM guy desu). Came across St. Vincent latest album and really digged the guitar. The fact that it wasn't really technically complex, but it had some real cool sounds and effects. So, can you recc me some other albums or artists with this cool sound experimentation or sonoric research? Thanks
Idm fag here. have you listened to Sonic Youth? they are one of the few guitar bands I give a shit about and they use guitars more as textures and noise
Really not was I looking for. I mean, listen to this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TAdARF4rGcQ
the guitar is pretty simple, but it has a really unique sound I dig a lot.
Already know this! Really brilliant album, I love it. But still, not what I was thinking about!
For classic rock bands, /mu/:
>The Rolling Stones
It seems to me that /mu/ has somehow collectively agreed on the idea that rock bands most focused on showmanship and live performance, especially with a frontman, are somehow inferior than bands which have albums and studio work as their definitive...
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Live shows are only worth anything if you're there watching them. None of these bands will ever do a live show again. The only thing we have from these guys are the albums. Why would we focus on their live shows if their live shows are over?
What is the saddest album you've ever listened to?
>The track has a long section of silence in the middle of it
>Track has a burst of noise to be cool and 'sperimental
we just talking about how shit Disco Volante is, right?
i look for music similar to this, but I can't finding much. My english is very poor, apologise
Really enjoy this
ITT: Albums that defined a genre.
Flanger: the album
or don't, who cares
rate, rec or do something
+The Microphones, Full of Hell, Xinlisupreme
~Usurp Synapse, Mogwai
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