Discuss, listen, share music, post collages, ask for recommendations, show off recent purchases, etc.
>East Coast Hip-Hop:
>West Coast Hip-Hop:
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Find a flaw in Scaruffi's ranking of albums released in the 1990s.
Why do you think it is that /mu/ is totally incapable of discussing music? All people do is take single words out of the context of posts and then refuse to argue with the core argument. Is it because most of /mu/ are teenagers?
Hey /mu/ whats your AOTY of the year?
thoughts on diplo?
>be browsing /v/
>someone posts this album
it's literally perfect. how come /v/ (a video gaming board) have better music taste than /mu/ ?
That album's actually pretty mediocre as far as Post Rock goes but it does an excellent job of pointing out which people are tryhards, looking for obscure records (even ones not that obscure like Long Season) to laud in order to try and look different and "patrician."
ITT: Post a picture of a musician and we roast them
itt: faggot core
Rec, r8, pls don't h8
I still have to wait a couple of weeks :(
Aside from Mr.Sebastian Bach, I'm not familiar with most of the artists in both your collages, sorry.
As I love to do constantly, I'm gonna rec Tatsuhiko Asano, check the archive, pretty sure I've uploaded all three albums in the past.
Is there an example of a music scene previously considered 'dead' being 'revived'? Pic unrelated but I like the album.
Do autistic people have superior taste in music?
A friend recommended Siouxsie and the Banshees. Which one should I listen to first?
don't, and listen to some real goth
Shit albums only liked by try-hards