>he disregards video game music as if it's any different from 'regular' music
what is your desert island band?
What is the best song on this album and why is it Life in Drag?
>implying this disjointed mess is more than a light 6
Best running/workout songs, go!
T-rex - Scenescof Dynasty
this is a pretty lazy suggestion, but I usually just put on a Death Grips album like Bottomless Pit if I run with my iPod. it's heavy and fast, and gets my soul in the mood to punish my body through exercise
Could Jazz Punk be the next big underground thing?
Here's my thinking:
* dumb, spiky, thuggish punk purism is dead
* the punk scene seems split between midwest eom-influenced pop punk and noisy post-hardcore
* jazz-influenced punk subgenres are popping up in the indie world and succeeding, like math rock (Big Ups) and no wave (Iceage, EMA)
* passionless, noodling jazz has damaged jazz's reputation, calling for a reemergence of passionate post-bop-style music to inject the jazz scene with new life
* both jazz and punk are centered in the same New...
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>share leaked music
>hoard properly distributed music
God why are KTT such fags?
the weird frontier between pop and avantgarde
are these guys the saviors of music?
Rec me music as comfy as this
If you could only listen to one album for each month of the year, what would they be?
Say you had a song with a melody that is mostly a descending diatonic mode like the start of this for example
How similar would another songs melody have to be to this to be considered "fishy" even if its still mostly just a descending mode ( dorian in this case)
know any other songs that have a similar descending melody?
here is a good example too
Will we even run out of diatonic melodies?
>Will we even run out of diatonic melodies?
Short answer; Yes
Long answer; Yes but it'll take a long time. We'll all be dead by then, so who cares.
Won't be a problem for future generations anyhow. They won't be listening to music with notes at all.
Yes, but it will take way longer to run out of ways to express those melodies. Like you've heard of covers that are able to completely change how the original song felt, eventually people will just be doing that without calling them covers.
ITT artists plebs just don't seem to get
what progge albums have yall been checking out or liking?
I'm liking Goblin - Roller
other one's 6 months
any size permitted, artist collages welcome too
rate, rec, guess, discuss
I only recognize a few things on your chart by reputation but you seem like you have good taste
Which ae_live is the best?
Also, autechre thread.
>tfw breathing the same air as plebs who haven't realized Oversteps is their best
Press F to pay respects
Is this really Yarahiro Green in the center?
Modest Mouse is the Bad Religion of the 2000s.
What is some good music to play when around people who don't listen to /mu/core, so that I can make sure they don't hate listening to music in my house/car/whatever?
So I'm learning French and I want to start listening to some music in French. I find that's a very effective way to learn the language, also a faster way, seeing how that's how I learned English (Spanish is my first language). Any recommendations?
Pic very related: I'd like stuff resembling my taste, maybe add some Arcade Fire-ish stuff
Will he live, /mu/?
ITT: Albums that can only be fully appreciated if you grew up in the rural Midwest.
Atlanta is in the midwest right
kurt vile is not good
What's /mu/'s opinion? I like it
AllMusic 4/5 stars
Clash 8/10 stars
Classic Rock 4/5 stars
Consequence of Sound C+
The Independent 4/5 stars
The Guardian 3/5 stars
NME 3/5 stars
Rock Sound 6/10
Rolling Stone 3.5/5 stars
Why do you think there has never been a rock album on par with electronic music?
As it has become an obsolete genre and its time passed, do you think it was maybe down to it being too centered on dancing, entertainment and simplistically emotional based with feels and anti-establishment ethos in most?
2016 feels like its been nothing but really great bands releasing passable albums by their standards.
Only few standouts to me have been The Body/Full of Hells collab album and Steve Gunns new album.
Use this thread to suggest some overlooked/not as hyped up albums from 2016 that are still very good.