What music do you like listening to with caffeine/coffee?
what do you eat while listening to music, /mu/?
For me it's pic related while listening to the new Tortoise album
Is there an updated version of this?
Post a picture with more talent than this one
Protip: You can't.
Will you still be listening to pop or metal music when you're 80 years old?
/mu/ when did you get over your hating hip hop phase?
it's been 5 years and i'm still laughing at the lotus flower video
thank you thom, your contributions to /mu/'s love of radiohead will land you in the meme heavens when you pass
Is it to the amount of relatively obscure and/or inaccessible music you listen to?
Is it how much music you know, covering divergent genres?
Is it knowing what to play for the average person? Knowing what different people would be into?
Is it being an eclectic listener?
Help me, familia
So /mu/, who do you respect more a great composer/lyricist/producer or a virtuosic player/performer?
composer. any asian kid can be chained to an instrument and be told *whipcrack* "AGAIN" but if a composer can really make you feel something, that leaves more of an impression on me. but not every shitdick musician should garner respect
I respect a great composer, a great songwriter, more than a virtuoso. I don't think any musician within the rock realm (metal and everything) is half as talented as, say, Brain Wilson.
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post what you are listening to RIGHT FUCKING NOW
where the beats are interesting but not complex
ITT: Modern Classics
(less than 20 years old)
posting the obvious first
>Kid A will be considered dadrock in 5 years time
Just got myself a trumpet does anyone has any advice for me? Also 67 names it.
The Revolution > Anything else
Inb4 Chapelle quotes