The greatest album of the last 30 years, we await the follow up
Noel Gallagher literally saw Oasis as picking up where The La's left off.
This album has some wonderful songs, but it also has some pretty weak ones. I hate to say it, but I kind of see The La's as a lesser counterpart to a lot of the other jangly bands of the time, from The Pastels to The Clean, Miracle Legion, The House of Love, and The Dream Syndicate.
Hello /mu/, I've come to you fellas for advice on where to start learning music and what-not. I have had 0 experience except for the time that I played guitar for like 6 months in year 5 so obviously, li'l ol' me has no idea what he's looking at when he opens up FL.
Also, if you've started from the bottom, share how long it took you.
Don't ask here, look up tutorials on youtube on how to us FL Studio. Take some online classes and learn some basic music theory.
Just make what ever you want and don't give up. Do it for you as a hobby and enjoy it. Don't put pressures on yourself.
That's about it.
So many friend. So many.
ITT:God tier instrumental bands.
Also scale the summit
How come Pink Floyd are god-tier but Led Zeppelin and The Beatles suck.
Every "Top 100" list I've come across has been really bad and not nearly as inclusive as it should be, so, how about we make one?
The rules are as follows:
Rule 1) Name a song that you think deserves to be in a list of greatest songs ever.
Rule 2) If you see a song that you agree to be in the Top 100, reply to it with a "1", to confirm your vote for it.
Rule 3) Songs without any replies are a 0 and will not be included in the list, songs with 1 reply have 1 vote, 2 / 2, 3 / 3 and so on.
Rule 4) If a comment includes...
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most ambient I come across is either dreadful or melancholy
rec me some ambient that sends you good vibes!
ITT: Post your favorite album and favorite flavor of Ben & Jerry's
Spiderland for me
I haven't had Ben & Jerry's in years because I've been out of the region, but looking at their website these flavors appeal the most to me:
bourbon brown butter
some music acts that appeal to me:
The Wedding Present
Now if you mixed the cinnamon buns with bourbon and pumpkin... or the post-hardcore with bebop... mmm
MBV - Loveless
TEAR ME A NEW FUCKING ASSHOLE /MU/
This is a terrible, desperate attempt for attention. I'm 90% sure you purposely chose albums/artists that are le epic pleb by /mu/'s retarded standards. So you make a thread wanting people to make fun of you because you are likely twelve years old desperate for attention. I'm glad this has no posts other than this one.
What is the next step for music? I know it's hard to forecast such a thing but I always felt as though it might be some sort of evolution of Alt-Rock or New Prog or something...
The microgenre era is coming to an end. Something big is coming later this decade. We had jazz, then rock, then the electronic era... a new era is coming. Will it be as revolutionary as either of those? Yes, yes it will.
What's the greatest track combo in an album?
ITT: talentless hacks
I give up. I can't fucking do it. Looks like I'm stuck listening to djent and deathcore for the rest of my life. Doom metal is boring. Black metal sounds like shit. Grindcore is too heavy. Death metal is just deathcore except without the breakdowns. Pop is too cheery. Hip hop is dumb. Country is stupid. Punk isn't heavy enough. Folk is lame. Electronic music is for douchebags and takes no talent. Everything else is just weird lolrandomXD hipster shit. No matter how much I try, I won't fit in here.
HE ACTUALLY DID IT
Minor Victories' debut album is out (Slowdive Mogwai and Editors supergroup)
What do you think of it?
ITT: undisputed 11/10s
Post albums that really make you think
had to reevaluate my life after listening to this
ITT: Cover songs that are much better than the originals
Guess thoughts on /mu/ edition
you have fun, but sometimes you wish you could just leave forever
you wish threads about music you like didn't die after 6 posts so you only have tapmusic threads but they rarely go anywhere but you come back daily just in case.
itt: We post our favorite song and favorite album from our favorite band
>the distant and mechanised glow of eastern european dance parties
>the destruction of small ideas
lets fill it out /mu/
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Reminder that this is the best recording of Mozart's horn concerti
Brain was basically the best horn player to have lived, at least in the recording age.
It's unfortunate he never got to record all of them with a better Mozart conductor though, he has a recording of the 3rd concerto with Rosbaud, Shame they never recorded all of them together.
You've been visited by a genie. He'll grant you the ability to erase 1 album from ever existing with no consequences. Any influence or hatred it may have given someone, they'll find it from something else.
What album do you choose, /mu/? No edgy replies please
Would covering a bunch of plywood with pic related and putting it all around my garage reduce the noise travelling out of it? It's not too bad but I want to be able to play without pissing off my neighbors. I know there's no way to make it sound proof, I'm just talking about minimizing it as much as possible.
no you can make it soundproof but you have to build literally another wall
and that material I believe is for preventing echoes and shit not really blocking noise. That material would be smooth flat rubber type stuff that comes in rolls.
Any idea what it's called?
Also, I know I could make a room soundproof, but I'm looking for something not too permanent since I'm renting right now, so settling for noise reducing.
That sort of acoustic treatment is for reducing sound reflections within a room. In order to stop sound from getting in or out of a room you need the room to be airtight and you need to increase the amount of mass in the walls. That could mean building new walls or adding layers of drywall to the existing walls.
Holy shit. I don't think I've ever dug an album so much after the first listen. Show some love for your favorite VU release
When I listened to this album, it warned. "Gift" is a track that unusual. I will say that much. This album is a number of good, I must admit that a lot. This album is testing its way and we appreciate it.
Yeah, their S/T'd will probably stay my favorite just cause I could see myself getting tired of The Gift after repeated listens.But, the rest of the album is so killer I'm not sure.
It's amazing how you can hear the influences The Velvet Underground has had
/mu/, how do I write good songs?
if you yourself like it, it's good.
if others don't, then it's up to you whether you want to compromise and make the requisite adjustments to your songwriting to make something that will liked by others.
this is all assuming you have a good understanding of the songwriting craft (in other words, if people don't like your shit, can you understand their reasons why? if so, how do you disagree with said reasons or why will you ignore it?)
>speed up mediocre pop songs and make it tritones n shiett
am i right boys
Literally why would you listen to Beyonce if you're a man?
I want music that is so poppy and sugary it will make your teeth shatter. I don't know shit about music but I liked Yoshimi Battles the Pink Robots. Some of those had very dreamy, poppy and sugary songs. I want more of it, please.
Post washed up musicians
i'll start with an obvious