This isn't repetitive at all..
Does anyone have a torrent of this shit?
need to see if its aoty
recommend me books based on my taste in music please
Is it too late to start learning an instrument at 20?
What are you listening to right now /mu/?
ITT: Movies about the music industry
Sorry, but that movie is a fictional account about a band that was a one hit wonder in the 1960s that broke up, whereas Spinal Tap actually did explore the ins and outs of the music industry. In fact, when it was first released, only industry insiders got all the jokes, while everybody who thought it was about a band didn't even get 90% of it. In fact, the drummer of The Scorpions HATED the film because of all the jokes about the music industry, while somebody from Quiet Riot thought it was hilarious. Just wait...
Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
give recs and feedback n we'll all have a chill time <3
>lofi, indie, garage rock, grunge, surf punk
>ffo teen suicide, dag nasty, wavves, twin peaks
recorded to cassette in my bedroom, ep 2 in the works
(soz havent been around much lol i had pnuemonia)
>sludge, post rock, electronic
>new single, upcoming album
Rate me up pham
psychedelic rock, sunshine pop
What is the best instrument and why is it lute?
Is there 1 goddamn song out there which isn't about relationships?
Whatever happened to love for the nature, planet you live on, space and the universe?
I like Aphex Twin. I think the guy is a good producer but i think hes overrated because hes held up as the most influential electronic artist. Ive listened to alot of his stuff and its like 1 out of every 5 songs is good.
Have you experienced these works of art?
>yfw you finally grew out of /mu/ and realized how absolutely pants on head autistic this entire board is.
Hey /mu/. I'm usually a /sp/ lurker but I need your help.
I recently purchased a DDJ SB2 to get into edm DJing and love it. I spin House and Electro House. I've tried to spin Deep House but I'd rather just listen to it. The only problem I'm having is choosing a DJ name. So it'd be great if I got some suggestions from the anonymous people of /mu/
TL;DR help me pick a DJ name
Inb4 DJ faggot
bleeps > hip hop
>calls an artist shit
>has never listened to the artist
Anyone else do this?
What does /mu/ think of Monstercat ?
>check out Reddit's music forum
Which one day should I go to
let's have a look
>mfw he listens to metal
Daily reminder to be nice to Grimes.
BRING ME MY TENDIES
>Love can be seen as the answer
>But nobody bleeds for the dancer
What did he mean by that?
> nobody bleeds for the dancer
I'd assume this means people are unwilling to sacrifice for women they view as trivial
Given this context, I'd assume the first line is a criticism of the actual value of modern concept of love, but I need more context to really know
ITT: 14 year old core
Almost anything that is really popular on here.
All metal. All rap. All rock. All indie.
Young kids are listening to all of this shit now. All they have to do is lurk this board and they are up on it.
It's only popular music. Get over yourself.
the old one died a quick death
Gnaw Their Tongues - Spasming and Hollowing...
RIP old thread
where should I start with nick cave?
I listened to Gnaw Their Tongues before, but not that album. I think I'll listen to it right away. Thanks
I guess Murder Ballads/ Let Love In are considered their most accessible albums
>SPACE MAY BE THE FINAL FRONTIER BUT IT"S MADE IN A HOLLYWOOD BASEMENT
These are the kind of lyrics I would have written in 5th grade had the public education system been run by right-wing lunatics.
>song glamorizes California
WHO /NOWAVE/ HERE?
Pic related as fuck. It's a pretty solid pop rock album and Greg Camp was one of the best tunesmiths of the latter 90's. there i said it
What does /mu/ think of this album?
I don't know shit about jazz but I like this one.
Is jazz made by white people less cool?
It's the kind of album I might use to introduce someone to jazz. Wasn't Take Five a hit single? Maybe not one of the peaks of the genre but still, pretty fucking solid.
Uhh.. probably but, guys like Bill Evans proved it wasn't completely in the realms of impossibility for a white dude to stand with the cool black people of jazz
>What does /mu/ think of this album?
it's a classic
a bit overrated but very good stuff
>I don't know shit about jazz but I like this one.
yeah it's pretty accessible and like >>65099949 said it's a good intro to the genre
>Is jazz made by white people less cool?
don't lie to the poor man he might believe you
white men can't do anything as cool as black people the quicker we accept this the quicker we can advance in our strengths and over power the burden that is the african american race