From Blur to Gorillaz to his genius solo album, why is everything this man touches imbued with absolute genius?
They never said there would be no features, those have been a major part of the act since the beginning. They are simply dialing them back a bit, plastic beach had more features than tracks and it drowned out the Gorillaz part of it.
What does /mu/ think of Grouper?
one of my favorite musicians
she is wonderful live
Albums like this?
More in the way of the blending of acoustic instrumentation with warm, big percussion and those almost brassy synths.
Not necessarily House or Techno with IDM influences like Nicolar Jaar or whatever. I know they're in the same pigeonhole. Or someone dicking around with a sine wave like Aphex Twin.
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And this is genuinely interesting whether you like the album or not, about the micro-photograpy used to make the album cover:
It's not bad actually
What music do models listen to?
What was your best experience at a concert?
What was the most Patrician concert you have ever been to?
What was the most Pleb concert you have ever been to?
We post our favorite guitar solos ever. I will start.
Pigs(Three Different Ones)- Pink Floyd
Bandcamp thread? Last thread well dead.
Share, explore, feedback, lets have a good time guys
>My first release after being signed - synthy, hip hop inspired production with smooth female vocals (ffo Purity Ring, Broods, Sylvan Esso)
Feed my back and I'll feed yours!
>indie rock / pop
>real street rap
dull shit made by unlikable college douchebags
Hey this is pretty cool. It's like if Real Estate had a female vocalist and worked in a bit of a Wild Nothing sound.
this is beautiful
if you plebs havent listened to it do it now or just fuck off
ITT discuss the first peice of music that "blew your mind" and exposed you to music in general. For me it was Kashmir by Led Zeppelin.
It strikes me as a bit skittish and unnecessary to rail on someone solely because of their first-ever /whooooahhhhh/ moment.
Regardless of how out-there or captivating a piece might or might not be, the experience itself is what is important, as it opens the door to actively discovering new music.
What kind of an online community could take pride in bashing one another when it comes to humble beginnings?
Anyway, the first song to do this for me, to knock me off my feet and get me interested in finding more sounds to give me that same feeling, is probably The...
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i always enjoyed music but this song really hit me when i first heard it https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FDJtAqXbZ1c
its like i could feel the energy of the song in me. my taste has grown a lot since then but roc is still one of my favorite albums
Is Swans the best band of all time?
which is better
Kind of Blue shouldn't be on there, it has nothing similar to them. Might as well put other posercore like Music for 18 Musicians.
TVU&N > Abbey Road > ITCOTCK > Loveless > OKC > 5.0 = LZIV = Paranoid > DSOTM
I would have used Pet Sounds, but Kind of Blue is the superior record.
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ITT. Post dark and obscure shit about musicians
>Jeff Ward who was the drummer of many industrial rock groups of the early 90s such as Ministry, Nine Inch Nails and Revolting Cocks committed suicide from carbon monoxide poisoning shortly after murdering his girlfriend. Nine Inch Nails' following album "The Downward Spiral" featured dedications to him
ITT: Bad albums with great album art