Let's make the ultimate Christmas playlist. I'll start.
>probably gonna die alone
Music for this feel?
Thoughts on jack whites overall hackery readings plus discussion on his work in both business and music post white stripes? Personally I really enjoy the raconteurs first record but I'm kind of whatever about dead weather and his solo work. Dudes a killer lead guitar players for sure though, one of my modern favorites next to josh homme.
He can play guitar and he has a proper appreciation for music
But he can't sing, write, or do much of anything except the aforementioned. I was never personally a fan of white stripes but that was definitely when he was at his best
I think that he's kind of a dick. I think that he's one of the most brilliant minds in music and I think he definitely has creative ideas about music. But I also feel as if he demands too much money for the things he does. He talked about releasing a record book for kids and then charged a substantial amount of money. One could argue that the quality of his work/the format is definitely worth it but I feel like it's more of a defect rather than postive thing.
>tl;dr desu he's a prick
Is "emo" not just "blues"
Is a folky emo not just neil young and bob dylan
is lil wayne/young thug just acid jazz/coltrane?
is it all just feels?
>album is named after its most commercially successful single
Guys, I literally have no one else to share my music with, so I'm sharing my new EP (Death Embrace) with you. (I worked hard on it and would like someone, anyone to listen to it) feedback more than welcome
This, and honestly, I don't like them. The third track in particular could stand up just fine on it's own as an instrumental piece. The contrast between the harsh, noisey music and the poppy female vox is really offputting. Fuck up the vocals a little if you want to keep them in there. Throw some distortion on them or something.
I'm a pleb, I rarely listen to music, i'm having trouble selecting music to fill my phone to listen while commuting.
I need your help.
I like Aphex Twin, Björk, Grimes, overall I like "electronic music" specially performed by women... things like Hardwell and Calvin Harris are too "dance" for my taste.
tldr: recommend me catchy "electronic" music performed by women pls.
some of examples of songs that I like:
Björk - New World
Grimes - Artangels
[spoiler]David Gueta - When Loves Takes Over[/spoiler]
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What are some albums that make good background music when jerking off?
I'm being serious, by the way.
who's the best out of these (music related i mean)
This is Daniel's best album. Gotta' be.
Best drummer? Joey Castillo. Prove me wrong fags.
once an eight year old kid asked me what psychedelic was
I couldn't answer
how would you explain it to him
In your experience,
How you can create a very good song??
pic not related
Anyone remembers that guy ?
RIP Annie Clark, (1982 - 2015)