Are you ready for the let down of the decade?
Post the last 5 albums you listened to, rate, guess personalities, etc. You know what to do.
>Brand New - Deja Entendu
>Modest Mouse - The Lonesome Crowded West
>The Replacements - Tim
>The Magnolia Electric Co. - The Magnolia Electric Co.
>Elliott Smith - Elliott Smith
Post your headphones
I'm 20 and I have no idea who I am or how to create an identity.
Music for this feel?
>favorite album when you want to confirm patrician status
>only listen to In The Court of the Crimson King through Discipline
I don't think this man has ever smiled in his life.
Does anyone have a mega or dropbox of this? its not in the /mu/ discog thing
How is /mu/ not praising this album but instead rather praise Sgt Pepper And Pet Sounds?
White Light/White Heat is much better then those two albums.
Sister Ray alone is comparable to the likes of John Coltrane and Beethoven.
>when a title track isn't the first song of an album
>album has one song
>isn't the same name as the album
Quick question: What is your least favourite track on this and WHY? I've heard vastly varying responses on this and I'm curious as to which one is the least liked.
I've also made a strawpoll to expedite things and gather the data: http://www.strawpoll.me/10311759
My least favourite is probably Fan's Lament. A lot of people say specific tracks ruin the flow and tone of the album, but this is the only one that does that for me. The repeating guitar riffs sound so happy and even have some sort of "country" sound to them. An improper followup to YRP.
is hip hop the realest form of music is the question
What kinds of music should you listen to to impress girls?
What's the druggiest album ever?
>The Perfect Prescription is the second studio album by Spacemen 3. It is a concept album, "a vision of a drug trip from inception to its blasted conclusion, highs and lows fully intact."
Can I get some recs like that?
>The album was recorded at United Sound Studios, Audio Graphic Services, and G-M Recording Studios in Detroit. The inspiration for this album was, according to George Clinton, an attempt to "see if we can cut a whole album while we're all tripping on acid."
>In June 1972, Black Sabbath reconvened in Los Angeles to begin work on their fourth album at the Record Plant Studios. The recording process was plagued with problems, many due to substance abuse issues. In the studio, the band regularly had large speaker boxes full of cocaine delivered. While struggling to record the song "Cornucopia" after "sitting in the middle of the room, just doing drugs",
THROW YA MUTHUH FUCKIN HANDS IN THA AIR RIGHT NOWWW
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>mfw the music is good
You just KNOW.
I have come to a recent problem, how do I make music without causing a headache? Is there a specific program that prevents the music from causing a headache or fixes a song which causes a headache? please help.
I must say, it's truly disheartening to see so many who don’t realize how game changing this EP is. Sure the first track, Rival Dealer, starts off like a typical Burial track with ambience and spoken word samples, but then the beats kick in and something revolutionary happens. Honestly, it’s like Burial has created some sort of new genre on this song, like “speed dubstep” or something. On “Hiders”, Burial crafts a sort of futuristic, ambient, uplifting RnB influenced style which already sounds ahead of it’s time. Then, we get to the closing track, “Come...
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>muh 80s synthpop
>muh punjabi christmas music
>muh autotune and tranny vocal samples
>mixing job sounds muddy as shit in the low end and mastered with the typical loudness war "brickwalling" compression
Now that the dust has settled, can we agree that this is by far Burial's worst release ever?
Car Seat Headrest is better than I expected.
Now i'm surprised.
Any lo-fi recs?
Post fictional characters and what music you think they listen to.
Does /mu/ have an adequate enough amount of people that like improvisational music to have a thread about it?
If so, then cool.
Let's talk about it
free improvisational music
apart from Derek Bailey taking his guitar apart with a screwdriver, free music does to me fall into types
I think it's a bit of a misnomer
a player can't free themselves of music
I definitely agree. I guess it's one of those terms I use (like 'emo') for music genres where I think the title really generalizes the style of music to an outsiders view of it. Are you not a fan of the music itself or were you just opposing the phrase 'free music'?
>t. Are you not a fan of the music itself or were you just opposing the phrase 'free music'?
I'm a huge fan,
but in my own playing I find when I play 'free' it's definitely a style, and it does get tiring after a while
Comparing The Shape of Jazz to later Coleman albums, not having an underlying motif is not as pleasing
totally unstructured playing works best solo , see Roscoe Mitchell
or it needs very sympathetic players
>"hey anon, thanks for the flowers... so what do you want to do now"
Is there no worse cliché in music than a singer/rapper having an "alter ego" ?
ITT: Bloated albums
>Yeah, I like metal. Gojira, Boris, Mastodon, Opeth, Neurosis, Isis, maudlin of the Well, Kayo Dot, Devin Townsend, Deafheaven, Vektor, Metallica, Demilich, Alice in Chains, Amon Amarth, Megadeth, Queensrÿche, Dream Theater, Tiamat, Tool, Cynic, Cult of Luna, Slayer, Pelican, Jesu, Voivod, Sonata Arctica, The Gathering, Epica, Pantera, Pain of Salvation, diSEMBOWELMENT, Alestorm, Within Temptation, Anthrax, Katatonia, Rage Against the Machine, Refused, Kamelot, In Flames, Type O Negative, Arcturus, Dragonforce, Ahab, Rosetta, My Dying Bride, Meshuggah,...
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>Type O Negative
The rest of your list is certainly annoying, but m8, those bands released incredible stuff.
just checking in to make sure no one takes this site seriously still
Although I agree that p4k shouldn't be taken seriously, I hope you at least listened to the album yourself and formed your own opinion before making this thread. That is all. Have a nice day.
ITT: We sum up /mu/'s tastes with a single image
what do you guys think about ryuichi sakamoto?
r8 my music, /mu/