>killing the girl who didn't reciprocate your love and realizing how beautiful the moment is when you're getting rid of her lifeless corpse
Why did she have to ruin her article with these tweets?
Because she's a stupid sheltered suburban cunt that has nothing better than cause drama. This is literally all she'll have to look back on at the end of her life and she's milking it for all it's worth.
Post your music player, /mu/
Is this THE greatest EP of the year?
Some interesting textures and rhythm patterns, but the compositions got stale fast. If they were all combined into one progressively evolving track you would have track 1 to the greatest EP of the year.
So we can all agree that the p4k article was terrible, but do you think there is a worthwhile discussion to be had about race in music?
>pic slightly related
I want mods to explain deletion of the threads regarding p4k article on racial issues in indie rock, they had some meaningful discussion in them.
Anyone wanna recommend some albums where drums sound really fucking good? For me the drums on TBK took the spotlight on many of these tracks cause they sound so good.
Does not have to be experimental, or anything like that, although that is fine too. Just fucking great drumming and great sounding as well.
How would you feel about doing a one off Hanging Dong show and taking our music to the masses? Warped are doing a 'battle of the bands' for this years Warped tour and it seems like a good opportunity for /mu/ to get a joke band in.
All we need are:
names or aliases and throw away email addresses for those interested in taking part.
A band logo
A band photo
and a couple of tracks that best represent the group
Those interested may also wish to think about what instruments they can play on the day, the options are:
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PITCHFORK BLOWN THE FUCK OUT
What music does "flatty" flatlander listen to?
/mu/ succeeds in creating a joke band and have them playing a show at warped.
Now in order for this to work out, we need someone who actually is in a band and doesn't mind playing a show. They can play their music, but the bands name has to be a terrible scene/emo name and their song titles need to be terrible as well.
Let's start an indiecore band. like, a mix of bland metalcore and Mumford&Sons/Imagine Dragons-tier mallindie. screamed, generic breakdown heavy verses and 'lolsoquirky' stadium pop choruses with banjo and stuff.
give me music that feels the way a Zdzislaw Bekinski looks
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Peace Burial At Sea - This is Such A Quiet Town
The Units - Digital Stimulation
>Synth Punk, Minimal Synth, New Wave
listen to it for more than 10 secs
Gaffe of a Lifetime - A Kingdom of Loss EP
>Progressive electronic, IDM, glitch, outsider dance, Fantano-core.
I actually think FlyLo is more interesting/better than Dilla—except Dilla's considered to be the "King of Beats" and all that. But is there a release by Dilla as good and cohesive as, say, You're Dead?
Also, I happen to be a bit of a FlyLo fanboy, whereas I don't know enough about J Dilla. Any thoughts on this?
Using You're Dead as an example is pretty bad.
Donuts is more cohesive than most of FlyLo's albums, that doesn't mean they're not cohesive though. FlyLo is probably a better beat producer and definitely a better rapper though.
i think j dilla is fucking boring tbh. total elevator music.
plus i live in the detroit area so i hate it when hipster DJs come here and play some dilla beat no one has ever heard and hes like "DETROIT...YEAH J DILLA...WOO" and literally no one has ever heard the beat before because no one gives a shit about j dilla here.
if you come to detroit and you want to play music that everyone will get hype to play [spoiler]eminem[/spoiler]
Really? How so? (I do mean "conceptually cohesive", not just "musically cohesive"—the whole You're Dead! album is a sonic exploration on Death that also distinctly sounds different from his previous albums)
ITT: albums that /mu/ used to post frequently