Who's your favorite Japanese band /mu/? Mine is The Band Apart
ITT: Albums that turned you hipster/whatever label you are
This album eased me into every obscure/experimental/good genre
speaking of workshop, what did you all think of the latest one? Liked it, even that track with that fucking whiny singing is growing on me
>tfw the only thing that makes you happy is sit on your computer, listen to music and browser /mu/
>tfw mu/ are your only friends
>tfw you can't even feel anymore and everything is empty
I wish I could hug you guys.
Richard D James
This might actually be the saddest board
The amount of pretentiousness is unseen by any other part of the internet, maybe Double-chan's /mu/.
There are grown adults here who will disparage other's musical taste like it's their entire personal worth. How do you feel about yourselves, /mu/ ?
Nav Katze - Gentle & Elegance (1996)
Anybody have a link for this, or know where it can be bought? I can't find it anywhere.
Honestly LWG people are kind of right, but they don't know why.
Popular music back in the 60's and 70's was actually in-tune with the art movements of the day. John Cale and Irmin Schmidt and Captain Beefheart were all aware of the high art (visual and music) of their time and so they produced masterworks that stand not just as great popular music albums, but standout masterpieces.
Since then popular music has been drudging around the same kind of influences and has never caught up to the art world. It's just sunk further into commercialism.
I love music from the last 20 years, but most of my favorite music comes from the 50's 60's and 70's. These decade's musical output will be remembered for their quality for a long time. The same way we listen to 17th century composers but don't give two shits about 13th century composers.
I don't think that's necessarily true. Captain Beefheart wasn't 'mainstream' in his time. LWG people basically make the assertion that all music today is bad while all music of the past is good.
There was shitty music on the radio then and there is shitty music on the radio now. The artists that are remembered from this time period won't be the ones played on the radio.
Requesting Summer Hymns - Voice Brother and Sister PLEASE
ITT: albums that you just cannot decide for the life of you if they are okay or great
pic very related
Why can't you decide anon? just be honest with yourself and ask yourself how much you enjoyed from the album, and there you go.
Personally i thought it was a fantastic album, i love it, espicially the drone in the middle of it
Many people say that you haven't really experienced music unless you've tried it with drugs.
What do you think /mu/?
Music on weed, especially a high dose edible is pretty mind blowing i think.
Music on LSD is a whole other experience. In my opinion, you have not fully experienced music without trying it on this substance.
Although this sounds like corny hippy shit, it's like you really do 'feel' the music, you hear every detail down to the smallest thing and it becomes part of you and you tend to mirror the songs emotion and...
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There's not much to say, I tend to really get into the music I'm listening to while high, especially if it's actually good. It also makes me feel more creative when I'm messing around on guitar.
Took lsd for the first time a few months back and i enjoyed the music alot for awhile, then my trip went completely downhill. I don't have a full recollection of what was happening but i remember having kid a stuck in my head all night. cant really listen to that song anymore without feeling kinda nervous. But I agree it does enhance it in some way but you don't need it.
i agree with you op
anyone who says U DUNT NEED DRUGS TO FEEL MUSIC HA HA STRAIGHT EDGE M80 is a fool.
what you said goes double for psychedelic music.
Is this the most influential metal album?
Does this guy even know anything about music?
What is some essential avant artwork? Let's discuss.
Oh you said "artwork", my bad
>tfw I'm finding this enjoyable on my first listen
Is it really good? I'm not really into metal, and some purists seem to hate it.
The cover is not bad.
>pic related is 2deep4me tier