Artists like St. Vincent and/or Beach House please?
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who's gonna win? tay tay? bey? ed?? you never know. but you know for sure you can jump on the hype train ;-)
whats this time signature, /mu/?
I've talked to two different music theory people and have gotten 3 different answers
pic somewhat related
why though, if a note is played on every number, e, and a, why isn't it 12/4. like i'm looking to understand it not be told the answer and then that i'm a mongoloid please and thank you
Rapper/genius Kanye West DISSES Nike while wearing his new Adidas Yeezy 750 Boosts™. Apparently, New Slaves was about the rapper's failing relationship with the footwear giant.
Thank you based pitchfork.
I've heard some people refer to this as "The Laurel Canyon Sound", but I'm getting really into it lately. I've got all the Eagles, Warren Zevon, Fleetwood Mac, Jackson Browne, and a little bit of Neil Young. Are there any other essential artists from this scene I'm missing?
What do you guys think of this kind of music? I know everyone loves to rag of the Eagles but you gotta admit they have some great songs, and Warren Zevon is as talented as you can get.
I'm pretty sure /mu/ (generally speaking) hates that kind of stuff - but I'll bite, I like it.
As far as Jackson Browne goes, I assume you've listened to The Pretender, Running on Empty, Late for the Sky, Lawyers in Love is also pretty good
I dunno how you feel about Joe Jackson and Steely Dan but I'd say they're in the same vein as what you listed and pretty essential. If you're into super soft, easy listening stuff (i.e. yacht rock) there's Christopher Cross:
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Countdown to Ecstasy is a great early album but Aja is probably the most essential. Those two would be my picks and what I'd start with if I were you
>I don't identify as a feminist because I think it would isolate me. I think it’s important to do positive stuff. It’s more important to be asking than complaining.
The Verve - Verve EP (1992)
>Indie rock, neo-psychedelia, shoegazing, space rock, dream pop
This has the full length versions of Gravity Grave and She's A Superstar instead of the edited versions which were included on the original release due to lack of room on the vinyl for the full tracks.
Chicago Gangsters - Gangster Love (1976)
Oasis - Definitely Maybe
>britpop, indie rock, punk rock, hard rock, psychedelic rock, blues rock
>Download half-obscure album with slow internet.
>Only download on the internet is fucking FLAC.
Your retarded placebo is fucking me over.
this years still prepubescent but I think some of what has come out so far, ep, lp or otherwise has been stellar.
my personal favorite,
lxury - into the everywhere
can't think of any other artist right now other than disclosure who he is affiliated with who is making this type of experimental melodic house. trap is dead as fuck for sure.
>can't think of any other artist right now other than disclosure who he is affiliated with who is making this type of experimental melodic house
You fuckhead. It's Deep House/UK Garage
>implying how I labeled it is the de facto genre.
classify it however the fuck you want, i never really liked house and i've only aquired the taste through lxury and a few other artists relative to him, over the last year or two.
what stood out to me in his music was how melodic and textured it was, christ.
tfw fat guy inserts benis in your musical waifu
Is electronic a genre?
You can consider "electronic" to be a very, very broad genre, but it's better to consider it as an umbrella term. Electronic genres include techno, house, breakbeat and many others, more or less debatable (IDM is sometimes disputed; trip hop and synthpop may or may not be considered electronic, etc).
Only use "electronic" when you really can't classify a particular album (it happens).
And never, ever use "electronica" unless you want to troll.
What are your favorite video game soundtracks /mu/? Mine is pic related, and Ocarina of Time. Every time I start listening to either one it just brings a huge wave of nostalgia that I can't get with any other type of music.
>That mix job
>That shitty acoustic tone
>That weird background voice at 0:49
>That buzzing at 1:40-1:42
>Rihanna's voice cracking at the beginning
What the fuck??
>ambient, glitch, broke beat, drum and bass, jungle, electronic, industrial
EP currently in the making, due later this year
>ambient, drone, electronic, glitch, minimal, noise, post classical
"a e a n a" due to release on the 20th of March
>experimental,dark ambient,industrial,low-fi, noise
you expected boiler room autism and that's exactly what you got?