It's cold outside, you come home from a stressful day, happy and feeling comfy.
Magnet is my fave song off Threads.
Most Yo La Tengo albums are comfy for me
Pic is great for cold nights
>more like strong women that aren't afraid to stand up to what they believe-o
Help me /mu/
I have a 400 word essay due Thursday and I'm freaking the fuck out. Music for this?
a four hundred word essay is some easy shit mate i mean like really come on that is barely any words to begin with and probably definitely way less when compared to something like a five hundred or six hundred or seven hundred plus essay I mean really like you could probably bang that shit out in a split second if you sat down with some good coke or whatever type uppers you like and just spilt your internal beans onto some paper like come the fuck on faggot no really though man thats not too many words you are just...
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can we post top tier albums that are in the likes of
post-punk, art pop, etc..
ITT: Mainstream AOTY in your opinion
not much to look out for, i picked this, some good songs and some shitty ones but its ok
What are some good albums for Netflix "and" chill?
Pic very much related
for really apathetic missionary position followed by passionate cuddling and crying
Shame on you trustfunded millennials for blindly accepting whatever milquetoast rubbish Pitchfork stamp with a BNM.
If you weren't musically uneducated children, you'd know The Bore on Drugs is a retread of dad rock like Dire Straits, minus the hooks and hits, just like Haim did to shit-era Fleetwood Mac.
Some things were just never good enough to warrant a rehash.
Anyone modern and deep funk and soul here?
Who'd you like?
Anyone listen to Craigs show?
Is that fucking Lloyd from Coronation Street??
Why is this an 8.5/10?
I WILL STArT
ITT: album math thread
new grimes when
So, /mu/? What you think?
>What's with gamerfags' obsession with 8-bit stuff?
they're not gamer fags, they're the equivalent to the white people that jumped onto rap after they heard meminem rap and acted like they were there the whole time because they listed to a rap song on the radio once.
>Specifically referring to late singer-songwriter Summer, he once told a reporter, 'I don't like niggers'
>He also called Bob Dylan a 'pretentious kike'
Where were you when you found out Lou Reed was /pol/?