What are some good post rock songs I should listen to to get into the genre, so far I am liking it but i don't get the more experimental stuff (listened to the entirety of the seer during a car trip and didn't get it, was kinda hard to enjoy most songs, especially the seer).
Favourite songs at the moment are;
Sleep - GSY!BE
Swans - Avatar
Dead Flag Blues - GSY!BE
No one is ever going to want me - Giles Corey
I like the sadder sounding stuff
Also, favorite post rock thread!
Post the greatest album of all time as rated by your RYM friends and judge other people's friends.
second highest was 36 chambers btw
I haven't heard duster yet maybe I should I like my friends
I'm a major drug addict and my favorite artist is Frank Zappa, I bet he would hate me.
just dropped a new collab with a producer from /mu/
>hip hop, rap
>boom bap, dark
Electronic//Instrumental Hip Hop
>gf getting into AnCo after showing her MPP
>says Spirit They've Gone, Spirit They've Vanished is her favorite
Is she a keeper lads?
Yes. You should definitely base your entire relationship on something this superficial instead of things like your interpersonal compatibility, morals, values, physical compatibility or sexuality. You literally can't go wrong.
What's the best music streaming service?
>inb4 >paying for music
ITT: we post artists and say who they look like
Who are some good female lead bands /mu/?
For some reason bands with a femal lead/vocalist are super relaxing for me. I already have a few favorites; School of Seven Bells, Au Revior Simone, Metric, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, and I've even branched out to more poppy stuff like MNDR and Dargonette. But I could use some more suggestions.
Who do you like with a female lead /mu/?
ITT: Times Pfork were right.
LISTEN TO THIS ALBUM
Spirit Youth by the Depreciation Guild
Or don't, if you don't like dreampop with excellent pop songwriting and little chiptune bits
It isn't a popular album
I didn't know that. I wasn't part of the blog scene a half-decade ago. I know that outside of the blog context this is an excellent album.
So, /mu/sicians, how do you learn about chords and chords progressions when you compose? I'm going out of my way to learn some songs on guitar now, since I don't really know that many chord progressions (you'd be surprised as to what you can bullshit out in music production if you just understand scales), but how do you guys learn new chords and chord progressions? I'm actually kind of curious about the chord progressions Elvrum uses in the Glow pt. 2, but I don't know if I should go about it with online chords/tabs, or figure them out by ear. I wonder,...
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1. Knowing the chords doesn't mean knowing what they are. You have to know the chord shape(s) on the respective instrument you're playing, as well as possible inversions.
2. You realize that chords aren't just "the A# chord" or "the B chord", right? Not only are there major and minor chords, there are a myriad of ways of changing those chords through inversions and adding other notes to them (and which register you add them to makes a whole lot of difference—A#3 and B3 sounds a lot more unpalatable than A#3 and B4, for example)
3. Chord progressions complicate the process immensely by multiplying those chordal possibilities by the number of chords you end up playing.
Like, I know you're probably trolling, but it's not nearly as simple as you make this shit up to be.
best song from this jam?
Why is this so good and all their other albums so shitty?
I just cried to this album
now I understand why you guys love shoegaze so much