Well, 2016 is turning out to be a supremely disappointing year for festivals. The Shaky Knees lineup is complete dildos, and not this shit.
what happened to mgmt?
I've only listed to Oracular Spectacular. Pretty sure that's hard to beat.
Are their other - what? - two albums any good, though?
Real and honest thoughts on Piero Scaruffi.
He's an absolute pathological liar. He straight up writes reviews without listening to albums, his lists are all kinds of inconsistent, and he has no published papers in his supposed field of research: computer science.
Does St. Vincent have the potential to release yet another great album?
Itt post your music listening history
for me its:
12-14 metalcore,post hardcore,nu metal and deathcore
14-19 old school death metal,black metal,post rock
19-21 enriched mind listening to everything in which i find noice
0-12 Avril Lavigne, Pink!, Pitty and probably some other ''rebel grrls''
12-14 things that weren't really emo but that I thought it was such as My Chemical Romance, Placebo, Flyleaf, Bullet for My Valentine and such
15-17 New Wave, 80's Synthpop, Post-Punk and New Romantic
17-19 Art Pop, Chamber Pop, Dream Pop, Shoegaze, Slowcore
0-12 Whatever my Dad was listening to...
Mostly Pink Floyd.
13-15 Metal phase, huge poser - Slipknot, BMTH.
16-17 Hip Hop. Post-rock, Shoegaze. Lot of stuff released in the late 90s aswell as alot of modern and new releases.
18- Krautrock, Psychedelic Rock, Post-punk, Singer/songwriter, Experimental rock. Lot of 70s stuff.
>ornette coleman played backwards at half speed
I wanna know what this sounds like now.
Which was better?
What is /mu/ opinion on the music produced by Yasutaka Nakata (Kyary Pamyu Pamyu, Perfume, Capsule etc.)
I'm brand new to shoegaze. I really enjoyed Loveless, Souvlaki, and Sea When Absent.
Don't give me that weak ass hazy shit though, I want something with some substance.
Any good recommendations?
You know the cliche that blindness increases the potency of the other four senses?
I wonder if people with nearsightedness and other eye problems like music more because at some point in their early development they became more sensitive to sound dynamics.
I made a poll here. Will compare to near/farsightedness statistics to see if glassesfolk are more likely to be on /mu/ than others.
Also post your current go-to album if you have fucked up eyes
maybe we all like sad music because no gf in high school
I'll go one further to prove this. I have needed glasses since about sixth grade. Currently without glasses I can't see the E on the vision charts properly. I've also been playing music for about ten years. I picked up a second hobby, cooking, about two years ago. I currently work as a line cook. My sense of smell is really good, especially considering I have a deviated septum.
This is my go to album
>this one will suck too
hold me, bros.
From what I've listened to, it will suck in terms of mixing (the fucking drums, man), but it will probably be good in every other aspect
Except for the lyrics
>dystopian cliche at its peak
So, it will kind of suck, yeah
Snowed where I am, school canceled. What's the best stuff to listen to for a snow day? Already have queued up Pinkerton.
This is my favourite snow album. Mostly for nostalgic reasons, but I think it evokes the feeling of a cold dark snow landscape pretty well.
Indian Summer's discography CD was my favorite thing to listen to when school got called off. I'd just lay in bed while the morning was still dark and listen to the whole thing.
quit reminding me of this shit, OP.
Good morning lads.
>charts, gear tips, shares
the five best albums of the 90s (no specific order)
In The Aeroplane Over The Sea
Emergency & I
prove me wrong, /mu/
>The Black Album
Fuck your opinions
I'm I the only one who's sick to death of all these David bowie threads?
forgotten good shit edition