Why would they put such a phenomenal song as Echoes on one album along with some, at most, mediocre, forgettable songs?
what is /mu/'s opinion on hamilton?
Idk. But Alexander Hamilton was a fucking weak socialist bitch who wanted America to take a big central bank dick in the ass for the rest of eternity. Glad he got shot down like a pussy. Hope the musical portrays him for who he was.
The simply stunning follow up to the highly acclaimed debut album 'Press On', Lack Of Afro combines his live musicianship, top notch studio production skills with rappers and vocalists into a skillful combination of compositions blending funk, hip hop and soul into a steamy stew of a breakbeat bonanza.
From fat funk rippling over ace beats and breaks, Northern soul to stomping 60's sounding jams, this picturesque album plugs in 2009 for another great year of new music. Great songs swinging over a new funk breeze; there's shades of Mark Ronson, soul loving Modfather Paul Weller and early story-telling Bowie circa 'London Boys' mixed up with the last four decades of breaks and beats.
The man with the crates of breaks for days drops his first full length album, after a string of dope 12"s. Expect some lush hip hop based soul/funk laced and sample heavy treats to rock a dancefloor or serve as ideal headphone listening
An unbelievable mix of 70s funk with modern production - an absolute dancefloor stormer all the way through. Great beats, excellent production, very catchy tunes, top quality vocals. Modern funk, soul, and hip hop hits.
ITT: /mu/ writes the lyrics to a typical Linkin Park song,bonus points if you write notes as well.
/mu/ humour thread
Am I a retard if I like this album? I'm also a fan of bands like The Necks, Swans, Godflesh, Xiu Xiu, Interpol, New Order, and Joy Division. There's just something about it, but I can justify why critically it's amazing. Plus it makes me nostalgic as fuck and reminds me of this cute black girl that was my first adult crush with big curly hair and who liked sunflowers, marijuana, and OK Computer a lot. I got to know her first day of community college, but knew her from high school a little. Damn time is a bitch.
Don't let people bully you into not listening to music. Taste is pretty subjective. You don't have to justify your enjoyment of pop music by name dropping indie artists. One of my favortie albums is Fearless by Taylor Swift and idgaf what anyone thinks.
>mfw my friend thinks ob-la-di-ob-la-da is not only a good song but the beatles' best
How do you deal with pleb friends /mu/?
Does /mu/ hate Karen O? Cause I think that I'll start. YYYs are the only band that gave me no reply on my email, and haven't send anything to me. It's a love-hate relationship now.
I love Karen O, especially on YYY's debut album. Most underrated /mu/ waifu by far.
Yeah her solo album was a huge letdown. I remember her talking in an early interview about how she's real good with lyrics and songwriting, but bad at embellishing music pieces and building off them, and that Nick apparently does most of that. That really came through in the solo album, which was super unpolished to the point of sounding lazy and half-assed.
>Swans is going on what might be their last tour
>is a minor so won't be able to get in to see the show
What's the point in going on living if I'll never see Swans live?
So I'm doing a bunch of ketamine infusions for depression and it's actually been helping a lot so far (INB4 kys). Thing is, I don't want to listen to smooth jazz mixed with nature sounds, which is what they have available as most institutions do, whilst in my therapeutic k-hole, so I've just been doing it with silence. Been considering a white noise machine, but I have three sessions left (plus boosters, I guess, but hopefulyl I won't need them anytime soon) and figured I'd try at least one with a suitable soundtrack.
Any suggestions? I feel like instrumental music would be better, but music with mostly unintelligible words would probably be good. I've never used ketamine recreationaly so I don't have much experience. The infusions are beyond what people would probably do as a club drug but obviously not fully anesthetic. What's the "music of ketamine?" Some flavor of ambient?
I'm pretty open to suggestions 'cause I plan on listening to everything I haven't heard to see if it would go along with the kind of experiences I've been having. Also, the infusion lasts about 50 minutes so albums of that length might be cool. Thanks!
If you want unintelligible, then look no further. Super cool, dreamy chill stuff with really unique vocals. Even with the lyrics in front of me I can't make heads or tails of what this guy is saying, but for me that only makes it better. You can mondegreen it and make the words whatever you want
just had to look it up myself, wild shit OP. sorry you have to go through that, jealous of the treatment but obviously not worth the pain leading up to it. try brian eno's ambient series.
can somebody explain what this image means pls
>what did he mean by this?
No but really, what the fuck did he mean by this
THAT moment in songs.
>BRING THE MOTHERFUCKIN' RUCKUS
>Clan in da front, let your feet stomp
>Niggaz on the left, brag shit to death
>Now hoods on the right, wild for the night
>Punks in the back, c'mon and attract to...
Of course with the woo, woo, woo sound in the background. Really gives that urban jungle effect.
Metal general: No Memes, Only Dankness edition
So I haven't explored any power metal besides that one Twilight Force album, and I'm looking for something catchy and easy to listen to.
Essential power metal recs?
>I Am The Resurrection - The Stone Roses
>Fools Gold - The Stone Roses
>Blue Monday - New Order
>Stop Me If You Think You've Heard This One Before - The Smiths
>How Soon Is Now? - The Smiths
>The Headmaster Ritual - The Smiths
>Slide Away - Oasis
>Champagne Supernova - Oasis
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What's some good sad/dark folk music?
Songs that sound suspiciously similar
>Killing Joke ripped off these guys
>And then sued these guys
>For ripping off this
Old one is ded as hell! Rec, rate, review, etc!
>NEW SINGLE FROM MINT WAX MEMBER, AMUSIAN SO
>promotional single from Amusian So's upcoming EP
>download comes with 21 minutes of bonus shit (3 demos and a 12 minute live performance)
I make music with pianos, field recordings, and other small things. I put them on recycled cassettes.
>field recordings, piano, experimental, lofi
>experimental, mixed genres, lo-fi, drone & non-drone, trippy
feedback much appreciated & will be returned. i got my wisdom teeth removed today so i'll be bedridden, deliriously listening to music on painkillers the next few days.
311 WAS AN INSIDE JOB
>rips off old 80s songs and claims them as his own
Is there a worst person working in the music industry today?
What does /mu/ think of Asking Alexandria?
/mu/'s favorite album thread. Pic related, it's mine
Fuck this broken english speaking, tacky hats wearing, cheesy piano wanking motherfucker
I'm glad he's dead
3. Mothers Milk
4. By the Way
5. Uplift Party Mofo Plan
6. Stadium Arcadium
7. One Hot Minute
8. I'm With You
9. Freaky Styley
10. Debut self titled album
how would you rank them?
3. Stadium Arcadium
4. Mother's Milk
5. By the Way
6. One Hot Minute
7. Freaky Styley
8. By the Way
9. Uplift Mofo Party Plan
10. I'm With You
11. The Getaway
12. Self Titled
ITT: we post god-tier electronic albums
>Death Grips was notorious for its dangerous live shows. Some of the band's most infamous shows included Andy Morin cutting a dead cat in half with a machete, strapping a circular saw to his back and almost cutting his leg off, and destroying part of a venue with a backhoe bulldozer by driving it through the back wall and onto the stage.
>At a 2015 show in Brooklyn's Afropunk, the audience was required to fill out waivers due to the possibility of harm caused by the show. The show was stopped due to Morin preparing...
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>mfw someone tries to tell me DG isn't for edgy teens
within five years you will all be embarrassed to admit you ever liked Death Grips
/mu/'s opinion on Andrew Jackson Jihad
ignoring the whole like "haha YOUR A WHITE MALE" lyrics, i like them decently. when i was going through some rough shit not too long ago I really liked them, i kind of cant stand listening to them now but i look back on listening to them fondly.
I'll start with an easy one