>two girls in front of me trying to dance with me
>mfw I just came for the music
you could've just said "oh sorry I'm not in the mood to dance" and they probably would've fucked off.
I know there are persistent people out there but you still have the right to say no.
What are some easy folk/singer-songwriter songs to play and sing along to? I've been playing guitar for about 6 months now and I want to start practicing playing and singing at the same time. Preferably standard tuning and no capo.
I started getting better at playing and singing at the same time by doing a bunch of Iron and Wine tunes. Not too hard to play and ends up sounding pretty good. Stuff like Naked as we Came and Each Coming Night
Your average Swans fan
I love Japanese music. Boris, Fishmans, the list goes on and on...
ITT: Bands where only one member is talented.
Well they all sang and if BWPS showed anything, it's that the rest of the boys couldn't be replaced that easily. Their voices just suited each other really well.
Carl's voice in particular is also pretty spectacular and they all wrote a couple of good songs in their later years.
Though Brian is far and away most talented, the rest of them weren't useless.
I've realized that i feel tired of music lately. My habits of listening to all the music I can on all daily basis, my "gosh i love music! I can't get enough! Ahh gotta check my last.fm for recommendations! Need more music!" attitudes have all seemingly died down lately.
Suddenly I find myself in a place where I listen to maybe in the range of about four songs a day and prefer falling asleep to audio dramas instead of music.
Is it maybe an age thing? My music enthusiasm goes back to when I was a teenager (Napster and the rise of other file sharing...
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I kindof have something similar; for most of my life I've depended on music to forget my problems and numb my depression, but lately the effect has been wearing off.
I think a lot about how terrible everything in the world is, and how all music and art do is help us forget those things, and that almost makes me hate music in a weird way, and I tell myself that all art is nothing but madness just like all our inane culture and nonsense people talk about all day, and I replace it with other shit like video games and youtube.
Who is the shittiest artists that the teenage /mu/tants love?
I am making album covers for any artists out there on /mu/!
Just specify what genre you produce and, if you want it on the cover, what your band/alias is and what the album is called. All albums are free to use and I won't judge you.
>there are male anons posting RIGHT NOW who has more female artist on their playlist than males
Anyone else look up to rapper Pitbull (aka Mr. Worldwide, aka Mr. 305 DALE, King of Miami Beach) as a sort of father figure meant to be idolized and emulated as a role model?
What does /mu/ think about the recent news that merch cannot be sold in the venue in Australia?
ITT: albums that are way better than they should be
How the FUCK did popular music advance so much faster then than in any other time, in '65 rock had only advanced marginally past Elvis and Chuck Berry but by '69 not only has psychedelic rock already come and gone, but prog is well underway, Black Sabbath is recording the first doom metal album and electronic music is starting to creep into pop. It affected jazz too
Was it the drugs? Or was it just by chance that this period was, relative to the preceding years, the most forward thinking
What albums would you call courageous?