/emo/ Snowing Reunion Edition
talk about Emo/Screamo and all things vaguely related
discuss the Snowing reunion happening in April
you gave it a fair shot lad
/emoe/ will never die even if it's sick right now
mark my words
ITT: post shitty rap lyrics
>this dick ain't free
>did the man who invented college go to college
>guess that's why they call it window pane
>im a fucking walking paradox no im not
Guess eachother's personalities edition
What's your favorite simon and garfunkel album?
What's your favorite Swans album, /mu/?
1. The Seer
2. To Be Kind
3. Soundtracks For The Blind
4. White Light
5. Swans Are Dead
Don't get me wrong, I love Soundtracks to death. It just isn't a cohesive piece of work like the others, and therefore misses out on an element that the top 2 have.
>post your top 5 albums of all time ITT
>the top 10 most posted albums will be the new "/mu/core"
>the 11th-30th most posted albums will be the new "sub /mu/core"
If dubs this is /mu/core
Seriously this thing had me in stitches, listen to their fucking simon and garfunkel cover, just fucking listen to it.
Dude weed lmao
and the rest sounds like b grade 80s pop with heavy guitars, this one even sounds a bit like mandinka
1. That album cover looks like the cover from another album by them, no?
2. They play this shit at the gym quite often. Like shit at least trap rap's good for pumping up. This is just the most boring shit on Earth.
Can you spell crap without rap? I'm not trying to meme, I'm being completely serious here.
Spurdo Spärde edition.
Old thread: >>61917170
Really digging Kings of Leon and Cage the Elephant right now. Any popular acts you guys actually really like? I mean both those artist write some pretty great chill and intense rock music.
Does this excite anybody else as much as it excites me? Rock might still be relevant, man.
Do you think it'll be more Iggy-sounding or Josh-sounding, musically speaking? I think since Josh is working with guys he's worked with before it'll be Homme-esque but we'll see.
Based on past stuff like them crooked vultures and his song in the sound city soundtrack I would guess it's a nice blend. In those you could definitely tell he had an influence, but it didn't take over a whole track necessarily. I certainly wouldn't mind more of an iggy sound though, it'd be cool to see Josh doing stuff he hasn't really done before.
He's the David Bowie of our generation, if Bowie was talented
>Band makes average album
>Literally admit it in the album's name
>Fans think it's 10/10
>First track is called Get Out because the album is so bad that even the band is telling you to turn the record off
Carly Rae Jepsen?
More like Carly BAE Jepsen!