Thread for the sharing of unconventional or otherwise under appreciated instruments, and for people who play them. I would like to thank the anons for their whole-hearted support in the creation of this thread.
Examples and possible topics of discussion:
Tom Wait's Conundrum (I posted this in another thread but fuck it whatever)
>"I have a lot of violent impulses. It gets channeled into music. I like to play drums when I'm angry. At home I have a metal instrument called a conundrum...
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>"I have a lot of violent impulses. It gets channeled into music. I like to play drums when I'm angry. At home I have a metal instrument called a conundrum with a lot of things hanging off it that I've found - metal objects - and I like playing it with a hammer. I love it. Drumming is therapeutic. I wish I'd found it when I was younger."
I hear Appalachian Dulcimer is wicked easy to play, and I almost bought one too in this eccentric music story near me. The guy there builds his own instruments and collects old ones, and had a few gathering dust in a corner. I had already got my tenor banjo from him at the time so I was scrapped for cash. Too bad too, the place closed down or something before I could go back in.
fuck you more tom waits, this time utilizing the calliope.
>utilizing the calliope
Grooveshark is dead. Fuck my life.
Is there anywhere left to listen to and catalog full songs without downloading? Goddamn I wish I backed up my playlists, I'd been using that site for 6+ years.
Your favorite director has announced he will make a TV show based on your favorite album.
Each episode will be based around a song from the album.
post 'em boys
America is falling into more and more chaos as the riots only gets bigger and more violent
What's the perfect album for the situation? Anything but edge metal is welcomed
>inb4 people start arguing about race issues instead
is being a hot girl a free pass to become a DJ
Which genre has the least amount of try hards?
Sad music for the lonely and the depressed.
Starting with a classic.
Crywank - Tomorrow Is Nearly Yesterday and Everyday is Stupid
Carissa's Wierd - Song's About Leaving
This one is great.
>Tfw you love sad music but hate any and all emo music.
Stuff like pic related is GOAT
The Cure - Disintegration
The best of their 'goth trilogy' and their most accomplished work overall.
After scientifically analysing what you fuckers have been incessantly spamming the board with this year, I present the official unveiling of /mu/core 2015.
>General complaints can be directed to yourself
>Complaints about no King Crimson can be directed to Robert Fripp
>Artist has released over 400 albums
Why is this allowed?
What is the Pendulum for patricians?
how do i move a chord progression up from C to A?
What are some of your favorite Pop songs where the piano is the main part of the song /mu/?
The one on the right because I can't really see the one on the left's face because there's makeup and hands covering the majority.
Also the one on the right seems like she'd be able to take a joke and isn't too fucking serious and can actually hold a conversation. LOL
Ya'll know the drill
>freak drone, ritual harsh noise, retro-futurist primitivism
I may drop a single soon
ITT: musicians who made their career by ripping off other musicians