BREAKING THE WAVES
I CAN'T IGNORE
I think it's amazing avant-garde/electronic tbh
This is actually a very poignant critique of humanity, of our society, our education system, how we treat the planet.
Alien Kids aren't a mere music group, they are revolutionists of the 21st century, asking you to stand up against the evil Illuminati controlled zionist government.
They're all asking us to release the inner Bohemian in us, and pursue our dreams instead of feeding into the big corporate machine that makes us work meaningless office jobs from 9 to 5.
The jews are probably zoning in on my location as we speak, but you have to wake up sheeple.
Is Viet Cong good live?
I... don't think you're correct. How edgy would it be to get a Viet Cong T-Shirt?
I saw them play a 40 min set in a festival setting. It was pretty good. If you like their stuff you'll enjoy them live. If you've never heard their shit, then they'll probably blend. I'm sure a dedicated show at a smaller venue would have better energy so I can't speak for that.
sup /mu/, /k/ here
is this ok?
Hey /mu/ I want some help. I dont think Ive ever been able to be as fully emotionally attached to music as much as I know a lot of other people are. I want to be more connected with what I hear but theres some sort of resistance or something.
I can see this when I'm writing my own music, I'm almost hesitant to use some lyrics over others purely because i find them too "sentimental" (thats the closest words I can come up). It seems to me that my problems arn't at all important and singing about them would be stupid since the entire world is going to shit and my i dont see complaining about anything as justified, thats one of my theories at least. I dont understand this.
Its the same with any art form really. I dont think I could ever see myself acting for instance because of the uncomfortable knot thats put in my stomach with just thinking of it.
Sorry if I sound vague but like I said I dont really understand this at all. I want to be comfortable sharing and making art but the prospect of doing so makes me anxious.
Any and all input would be greatly appreciated, thanks
Try writing in a diary. Might help you get more comfortable with direct expression of your thoughts and feelings
Also keep in mind your music doesn't have to be emotional and you don't have to connect with music on an emotional level to enjoy it. That's just one approach
Should I switch to Spotify, /mu/? I would on a heartbeat but I listen to way too many auto playlists, a thing Spotify simply can't do. Another thing is that 1/3 of my library is soundtracks, which most you can't find at Spotify. Plus the desktop player is shit.
Spotify's system is way too convenient, you don't have to: download shit, organize files, download covers, make playlists to fit your shit in a miserable 16GB SD card, etc. It is also really nice that once you feed it with your likes, it recommends you really spot-on shit.
Should I move...
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Is there more accurate sound of despair
The Smiths sound like a parody of depression tbh
What do you think about explosion in the sky?
What are some pop songs you like non-ironically?
levels by nick jonas.
my car doen't have an aux cord and the cd player is broken. i have no choice but to liten to top 40 stations
it makes me feel like a normie for a bit
some times i non-ironically like the songs played
>tfw your friends think Neon Indian is weird and won't attend the concert with you
i guess I deserve it for buying two tickets without asking
>getting high to /mu/core
Why does he try to sing with a British accent?
Who is the most average/forgettable musician/band?
Mods are asleep, post Death Grips
Andy Morin is so cute with his moustache
I just don't know how any album will make me feel like this one does. It's not just that it's beautiful. It's this very specific kind of beauty that I've never seen captured anywhere else.
I should just give up on music entirely and stick to this for the rest of my life, really.
"I should just give up on music entirely and stick to this for the rest of my life, really."
I wouldn't go that far but yeah this album is incredible. Leonard Cohen is pretty highly rated but I still think he is underrated. People often are far too pleb to listen to him, but they also often think they are being patrician by dismissing him as a "shitty poet." Just listen to the beautiful music. Famous Blue Raincoat is GOAT