is this dad rock now?
Is this the greatest nu-metal song of all time?
Post some god tier covers
Only your dopest recs allowed here
Your friendly neighbourhood OP will circle round to post recs once this thing kicks off
+Can, Swans, Tom Waits, Cows, Coil, Art Blakey, Bill Evans (i don't really like that album in particular though)
listen to Don Cherry, Donald Byrd, and Herbie Hancock if you haven't already senpai
Not familiar with Donald Byrd, thanks I'll check em out. Any particular album you recommend?
++Andrew Hill, Can
+Mingus, Beat Happening, Blakey
Freddie Hubbard - Straight Life
Tim Buckley - Starsailor
John Coltrane - Live at Birdland (probably my favourite Coltrane desu)
Guess who I fucking met today?
ITT: listen to the album posted below yours
If you're here when the thread is ded listen to pic related
spoiler: it's not that good
I consider myself to have a pretty wide taste in music. I can appreciate good music of any genre, but Country can kiss my ass. Fuck Country and anyone who likes it.
Recently I've been feeling that I know way to little about good bands from outside the western world so I'd like to learn about a few asian bands! Not kpop though. Also pic unrelated
r8, rec, and guess personalities.
+Beach Boys, Darkthrone, Electric Wizard
you seem like a quiet person but only when you're alone
Odd, but in an endearing way (at least to your friends)
Any artists that are similar to Nujabes?
I've been into pic related, Jay Love Japan, and The Unseen lately. Donuts is by far my favorite though; it makes me tear up every time I listen to it and I have no idea why.
What are some other instrumental hip-hop albums that are as emotional as Donuts, and/or are on par—quality-wise—with Donuts?
I didn't mean for the thread to be centered on my question in the OP. The primary focus of the thread was to dicuss/share/etc instrumental hip-hop. I've been into it a lot lately and have no one to talk to about it afk.
STRICKLY BANGERS ITT NO MASH
Post Some hip hop bangers that literally make you go "gahhhdaaamnnn" when you hear that beat and the musician kills it
-The Game/100 feat Drake