currently using alessandro ms1's
>sound fucking great
>not too bass like most modern headphones
>durable (so far)
Daft Punk's RAM is surprisingly well produced, especially for a pop record. Beats the production of Discovery out of the water, really (the actual quality of the composition and music is another matter entirely…)
But what other albums feature extremely good production? I've heard the first RATM album is "the" record audiophiles use for testing sound systems, and that Aphex Twin EP that came out a while ago (Computer Controlled Acoustic Instruments pt2 EP) sounds pretty good, as well (though at times I really do think it could be better; is it just...
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not exactly surprising, they seemed to be striving for a clean dynamic mix since the reformation
This is another famously well produced one
What is your favorite steppin on a beach /mu/?
post album covers that perfectly capture the album
If a musician like Sky Ferreira posed for a really risqué (but professionally shot) photo, like where she's crawling naked on a retro kitchen floor from behind, looking back at the camera (her bumhole and everything is visible) how do you think it would affect her career? Negatively? Positively? Neutral?
Who is the Quentin Tarantino of music?
Post hidden gems available free online, whether on Bandcamp, Soundcloud, or somewhere else.
>Bird - La Notte
>tags: bird hip hop hip-hop/rap instrumental la notte r&b soul soundtrack music cinematic free download hip hop instrumentals intro little brother soulful Toronto
I will shamelessly whore this album until it gets the attention it deserves.
Can someone explain these guys to me?
ITT: Proto-Death Grips
How come the Beatles have/had the best melodies? that's the most interesting thing about their music
How did they do it? did they talk about it?
Bands in which the main songwriter has the real talent and the other members are just there for the ride.
In Syd Barrett era definitely
I know Waters did a song for the album, but it was very influenced by Syd, and hadn't 'matured' yet.
The mono version of 'Take up thy stethoscope and walk" is sooo much better than the stereo, it sounds like an actual band playing together
Other thread is dead edition.
> Record label
> Noise, power electronics, HNW
> Currently looking for artists and to put together a compilation
Message the facebook page if you're interested, always love giving away downloads and getting some plays; as well as welcoming new people to the label.
>noise, power electronics, dark ambient, German lyrics
>Noise, Experimental, Algorithmic
>Made entirely in MATLAB
Cool stuff you have here, I'll hit you up
Have you ever gone to a show alone? How is it?
I've been to a festival all by myself. Twice. It's in the city though so there's no camping involved. I take the tram back and forth, see the shows I want, go home.
Only time it was awkward was when I went to the clubs (not everything fits the main festival area so nightclubs around the city have artists on the night). I asked for a glass of water once and the bartender looked at me funny, so did all the drunk people.