Rap albums that are suitable for those trying to get into the genre.
Thoughts on the new Grimes album?
are you guys feeling comfy
What are the most dull, boring and unoriginal song titles out there?
>Weight of the World
>Writing's on the Wall
>I Want You
>So Far Away
>he uses le spongebeb maymay unironically
>r8, rec, assume
david kauffman & eric caboor - songs from suicide bridge
Please just tuck me back in bed
I wanna watch Wings of Desire with you please
Robin Williamson & His Merry Band - A Glint at the Kindling
ok but we gotta cuddle first
hows the weather
Feel free to include anyone music-related.
01. Lauren Mayberry
02. Marina Diamandis
03. Annie Clark
04. Sky Ferreira
05. Taylor Swift
06. Angel Olsen
07. Charli CXC
08. Joanna Newsom
09. Björk (aged)
10. Grimes (current look)
02. Joanna Newsom
04. Angel Olsen
05. Annie Clark
06. Lauren Mayberry (with Chvrches)
07. Marina Diamandis (with her Diamonds)
08. Sky Ferreira
09. Charli CXC
10. Taylor Swift
i ignored kpop, because that would be to expansive
>The world is a vampire
What did he mean by this?
>sent to drain
I think he meant that women are ever-present seeking to steal his essence, in the same way that a vampire might drain the blood from his victim. Billy is wise enough to withhold his essence from these "vampires". He doesn't avoid the company of women. But he does deny them his essence.
What is /mu/'s final, conclusive and objective opinion on this
It's an incredibly divisive art-rock album.
That's about as far as you can conclusively get.
That being said, I think the fact that it challenges so many people is an example of how it's much greater art than the tons of basic shit people have been parading around here and elsewhere for years. Art is supposed to be challenging, it's supposed to provide you with visions and ideas that you aren't used to and may even repulse you. That's what makes it individual expression instead of some corporate or shallow popularity grab.
What's the point of getting a keyboard for producing when there's piano roll?
Does a keyboard actually bring any benefit to the sound or is it a mere peripheral mostly for convenience?
>and i couldn't less about the 'muh real music' meme
only advantage is for improvising / coming up with ideas.
Piano roll is more accurate, but less human than if you record yourself playing MIDI keyboard (if you're good enough to record that is)
>The record [Nevermind] was soon certified gold, but the band was relatively uninterested in the achievement. Novoselic recalled, "Yeah I was happy about it. It was pretty cool. It was kind of neat. But I don't give a shit about some kind of achievement like that. It's cool—I guess."
>It was pretty cool
>I don't give a shit
Why were the members of Nirvana such edgy faggots you guys?
Why is Neutral Milk Hotel always the best?
What are some 2000's and 2010's albums that can stand up to the classics like Pet Sounds, Spiderland, and Loveless? Pic related for example.
taste the floor
Okay so I think that we can all agree that good and bad taste is a consensus opinion. We can agree that people who listen to more difficult music (ie music with more complicated and experimental unusual songwriting), generally dislike the music that is poppier and mainstream. People who like poppier mainstream music generally don't care about music. Therefor we can surmise that the people who focus on music and care about it more have better taste. You can't compare an athlete to gilbert grape's mom.
The problem with taste on /mu/ is that everyone (save faggot trips) are Anon, and so we have no idea what the taste of each other is really. So if we see a person liking a SINGLE pleb album, we then have to cast that single album over their ENTIRE taste in order to have an idea of what they're like. They might not even like the genre but it's an exception for them, they might have a much more well rounded taste than us IRL, but we have no idea about that.