Find a flaw
the only good thing this absolute madman did
ITT: "This would be my favorite album if it wasn't that popular"
Who is the best bassist of the 2000's? I vote for this guy. He basically invented a totally unique style of both playing the bass and using his equipment. It's a shame he gets so overshadowed by Chippendale.
When was the last time an album made you cry?
today when i first heard
I Watched The Film The Song Remains the Same
About two years ago
I cry at night a lot cause of chronic depression but I haven't felt it hard to music in a while for some reason
So anon, what kind of music do you listen to?
Have you guys ever heard the Kingston Wall aka the best band you have never ever heard?
They were ultimately underground psychedelic/progressive rock band from late 80's until mid 90's.
They never ever had any mainstream success, but rather their popularity grew after the band disbanded in 1994 after the lead guitarist and vocalist committed suicide by jumping out of church tower.
I think you should listen at least one or two of their songs, you will be amazed.
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They have been mentioned like 150 times on /mu/ since 2014.
They are essential "underground" prog. Just like Gryphon, Pekka Pohjola, and Bubu.
If you want some underground prog that really rocks, check out Harry Roesli's Titik Api. Now that's underground and good!
From 1989 to 1993, this dude collected cassettes from the K-Mart store music and just now got around to uploading them. They're all here.
Listen and enjoy!
Anybody with a tape label need a new artist?
Here's a snippet of what Im working on now
preview for my upcoming album:
>noise pop, psychedelic dream pop, shoegaze
also got a music vidya
>shit you wear >assume taste
starting off by reposting what i posted in the last one, i want more hot opinions on my shit taste
I usually wear a form of this.
Glasses, Shoes, and Belt are the only ones that stay.
New Jazz listener here, Kamasi Washington's new album got me into the genre. I've started listening to stuff like John Coltrane and Miles Davis. All three of these artists sound the same to me. Each song they're all playing a Sax over some drums and and a piano. I think I enjoy their music but why does Jazz music lack so much diversity?
Maybe I'm listening to Jazz wrong. Can someone enlighten me?
I'm not really talking about Kamsai's album - I liked it. I'm talking about Jazz music and its lack of diversity. It's hard to tell Kamasi Washington, John Coltrane, and Miles Davis apart. They all sound the same. Each has the exact same instruments in all their songs, no more no less. (Kamasi might have a rare synth at the end of a song)
What is it that separates good ambient from derivative garbage? When the genre is based around simplicity and repetition, what makes a release really stand out?
What's your favorite Japanese album?
What do you think of the Criss Cross jazz label?
What are your favorites from the label?
What do you think of their releases so far this year?
How do they compare to the other jazz releases so far this year?
Anybody looking forward to any of their releases coming out in two weeks?
ITT: Musicians who are psychopaths.