so... which are you /mu/?
Why are "experimental" albums so emotionless?
Because most experimental albums fall under the category of post-modern, and one of the results of post-modernism is an increasingly ironic and nihilistic narrative. This narrative prevents experimental albums from expressing emotion because the artist who made the albums see it as vain.
Contrast that with the rise of new sincerity artist who base their sound on their sincerity. Alas, because new sincerity is a reaction to pomo, it also, more often than not, loses its experimentation and instead focuses on conveying a genuine sense of the human condition.
Been really into Andrew Jackson Jihad lately and just getting into the folk punk genre. Any suggestions?
I'm pretty late to the clipping party. What did mu/ think of this album again?
post patrician mexican music
wtf omos? I need my Jap music Gen
thanks 4 posting this so that i don't have to
what is everyone's aotysf(s)?
what releases are you hyped for?
any cool shows you've been to lately?
my friend was at this last night! looks like fun
The old bandcamp thread is long dead.
Post your/friend's/other's bandcamps and leave some feedback!
>Post-Industrial, Dark Ambient, Alternative Instrumental
>freak drone, ritual harsh noise, retro-futurist primitivism
>experimental harsh/wall noise, feedback, drones
Post albums mentioned solely to bolster someone's eclecticism/credibility on a genre they know next to nothing about.
LOL YOU LIKE GODSPEED? FUCKING PLEN YOU DON'T EVEN KNOW TRV POST-ROCK LIKE ME.
What are some essential future funk?
Can we actually talk about this album for real?
Do you guys ever make mixtapes for people?
There's this girl I hella like and we're meeting a few times over the next couple of weeks so I thought I'd make one but didn't know if that'd be the ultimate cuck move. I figure it might not seem too weird since we know each other averagely well and talk about music so if she's not down then I could just pass it off as a friendly gesture.
That being said, when you make mixtapes for people you dig, do you put overtly romantic stuff on or just cool shit they might like that flows well?
Where do you stand?
>bandmembers form another band to play different genre/style
>it's actually better than their former band
what's their name /mu/
Cluster - Zuckerzeit
>Krautrock, electronic 
Art Bears - Winter Songs
>Rock in opposition, avant-prog, for fans of Henry Cow and Slapp Happy, inspired by carvings on the Amiens Cathedral in France 
The Feelies - The Good Earth
>Jangle pop, alt-country, more rural than their post-punk debut
Brotherhood of breath - Procession
big band, free jazz, recorded in 1977. this south african exiles band lead by Chris McGregor delivers here a continuous performance cleverly navigating from joyful Mingus style big band with south african traditional themes to Sun Ra-like freer improvisations