Hey guys, what do you think about Larven Mayberry and Chvrches? I'm really liking their new single, "warning call" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fB4gjiMVKFI
Who are the the worst Boris fans: weaboos or metalheads.
>listen to music in airport
>girl comes up to me and asks what i'm listening to
>tell her that i'm listening to New Order
>she asks if i've listened to joy division
>tell her "sort off"
>she kissed me on the cheek
WHAT DOES THAT MEAN???
ITT: Post your favorite song at the moment and others rate the song
Jesus fucking Christ
It seems that I've missed something important.
What's the /mu/ equivalent of Breaking Bad? In other words, what's an album that's highly acclaimed and popular, so therefore hated by /mu/?
Greatest album of all time?
Yes or no? Why?
Ok, so I know hes a very good producer, but what else makes him so unanimously liked in here?
also if i wanna get into his discog, where should I start?
ITT: Bad albums by artists you otherwise love
>Being P4K kiddies that only found out about Future Islands them through Seasons
Hey guys. I'll admit something, I'm pretty new to music. I've only been really engaged in listening to music for around a year and a half and I got into listening to full albums like half of that. The only albums I've gotten really into so far are /mu/ core albums. I'm looking to broaden my horizon and I want to find more obscure releases. What are some things I can use to find albums that I would like? Also if anyone has any recommendations for me that would be great. Right now my five favorite albums are Slint - Spiderland, Talking Heads - Remain In...
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This one is an incredible album, but also very easy to enjoy and it might open up some strange post-industrial music to you, since Edward Ka-Spel collaborates with Nurse with Wound. It also rarely gets posted on /mu/ and I've never seen the Pink Dots discusses on here.
RYM charts for genres you enjoy, scouring the ratings of other people on RYM who give those releases high scores but have somewhat unique taste, lists by users you find that way
outside of RYM, you should look up the bands you like on google and try to read professional criticism of them. Allmusic is good, some personal blogs can be great. features on Pitchfork are usually good if they focus on one artist or one album, but their review section is shit. Wikipedia articles can sometimes be useful as you get more and more obscure, but for this level, that will be useless...
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Good on you for being honest. Seriously, the sticky at the top of the /mu/ page has great lists of album by genre, found it very helpful. Some recs from a slight newbie as well: for Neutral Milk, try The Glow pt. 2 by the Microphones; for for the Cure, try Deathconsciousness by Have a Nice Life; for Animal Collective, I'd just suggest digging more into their catalogue, especially Sung Tongs and Strawberry Jam. I also love those albums. Hope this helps.
Misleading album covers
From the album cover, you'd expect it to be regular horror core or gritty rap that some random black guy handed to you to promote his mixtape.
But instead you get one of the most well mastered hip hop albums ever created, and with smooth production with singing instead of just rapping.
artists you thought played a totally diferent genre than what they actually played before listening to them
>I thought sufi made blues/country
Well some of his stuff is folk so kind of close.
I generally look artists up on RYM or something before listening to them so usually the genres give a close hint. I guess Television maybe, since they're usually described as punk/post punk.
Vampire Weekend too. When I was just hearing about them I thought they were like a scene band or something like Asking Alexandria just from their name.
I thought he made sad banjo music and it turns out, he makes sad banjo music
Someone rank outlast albums for me
>where were you when the greatest drummer of all time did and absolutely EPIC ama on Reddit?
>ITT: "I'm 14 and this album changed my life!!!"
Throbbing Gristle is genius.
But Death Grips are for edgy teens.
When will this forced meme end?
>knows literally nothing about music
>keeps a horse in the house and calls it his girlfriend
>has been doxed multiple times but somehow no one has been smart enough to SWAT him
ugh god when will THIS forced meme end
In my opinion this was one of the best bands of the 90's.
>tfw this will never be recognized as oM's magnum opus because Pitchfork panned it for no reason
Can we have a psychedelic general?
What's their name again?
>album went Top 20 in America
>opened for Blur at Madison Square Garden
>got a Grammy nomination
>playing the SNL season finale
Damn she got really big really fast
Good music to listen to while depressed?
Anything you like really.
If the answer is too vague, why not try these two albums
>Slowdive - Souvlaki
>Mazy Star - Among my Swan
>Alice in Chains - Down in a hole
>Johnossi - For a little while
>Naxatras - Waves
>Karisnky - Nightcall
I hope it gets better for you friend, it did for me.
I WISH THAT THEYD SWOOP DOWN, IN A COUNTRY LANE
/mu/ make an album: vaporwave edition
dubs gets track name
trips gets album name
most replies gets album art
rules: don't just slow down the song. transform it in some way. that's it. I don't care if you sample the sound of your dickhole or some shit, just don't slow it down and call it vaporwave
If there is one album that could match the feelings this one gave me, it's SAW 2. But yeah i have to prefer this one because of Aegispolis and Heliosphan.
Any of you busk? What's been your experience?
Bands and solo artists you wish never existed.
Iowa literally changed my life
Tool is literally the greatest band of all time, all other bands suck compared to them.
So, I just started workin' on my first edm song (i'm thinking about holding off until i feel like i understand edm well enough before i attempt dubstep) and decided to download sound effects and loops and junk like that.... and then decided i didn't wanna use royalty free stuff, I just wanted my song to be my song from start to finish. I know, I'm a glutton for punishment. So what? This has been my life. Anyways, does anyone have any tips and tricks for an edm newcomer?
Post some Feminist music.