Today is bassist Sam Jones' birthday.
What's your favorite album of his as a leader or that he plays on?
Pleb choice here, but probably Somethin' Else
I've been listening to a whole ton of Sonny Murray and Cecil Taylor recently, but I also want to get into European free jazz (outside of Brontzmann and the other obvious ones)
Anyone got any recs?
have to rep Clifford Jordan's Glass Bead Games here even though Bill Lee plays bass on most tracks as I think it's an under appreciated classic
Local bands, that you really enjoy. Ill go first
Nothing But Black Metal November.
Louis Cachet edition
this is a classic desu
i'd write one of my small reviews but desu i just find it good on a very subjective level impossible to really explain in words (like all Burzum albums i like)
i find the riffs very empathic
also kudos to that anon who wrote that post 2 days ago about The Crying Ork, couldn't have said it better myself
They didn't overthrow any governments, what happened to punk? What do /mu/ Punks think of this image I just so happened to have grabbed?
Who /usedtousedto/ in here?
>metalheads and tripfaggots not welcome
did dave really kill kurt? asking for a friend
ITT: Good double albums
gonna start with an obvious one
Trout Mask Replica.
Are there an actual concrete reasons for this album being "Literally Reddit: The Album" or is this another boring, lazy /mu/ meme?
My playlist is getting too manly, rec me some good music with female vocals.
Pic is my general taste
What is your favorite album from the last 15 years.
Mine is pic related
Turn the elevator music on
because what you've got isn't a song
rec, guess, try to ascertain if they are senpai
I was about to make one
Be my gf (don't, it's a trap)
I don't like Sun Arararaw
v uncourteous of you to make a new collage thread when there's another one still jerkin around
def not f.a.m. you might like true story of abner jay or mother the mountain or fuck buttons whatever
i dislike andrew bird bc i liked him when i was 13 and you're not allowed to enjoy stuff you enjoyed in your adolescence yknow
hey acre i'm a fuckin tool give me more of your shitty recs your recs are so bad ugh i wish you'd stop...
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remember me? : )
What are some albums with really wide appeal?
>accessible vocals and instruments
I can't see anyone especially disliking this.
/mu/ essentials BTFO
I know nearly everything about hip hop. Ask me anything.
I'm looking for some very specific hip hop acts.
Is there a rap group or artist that relies heavily on improvisation and uses mostly live instruments? I already know about The Roots and Face Candy.
Is there a rap group or recording that heavily features strings? Cello, viola, etc. this can be either sampled or live but preferably with classically influenced harmony. Bonus points for 20th century classical influenced harmony.
>Is there a rap group or recording that heavily features strings? Cello, viola, etc. this can be either sampled or live but preferably with classically influenced harmony. Bonus points for 20th century classical influenced harmony.
yeah i was looking obsessively for this last year and got really frustrated because i couldn't find anything