cute female musicians who are actually talented and make good music thread.
Will things ever feel mindblowing in music? It seems that after Aphex/Squarepusher/Noisia then Skrillex with brostep all sounds and rhythms have been pushed to the limit.
>Thinks popular music has pushed musical limitations
ITT albulms that make you think about her and why
It was the first album we listened to together.
That was before she turned started to turn into her mother. Listening to that album brings me to tears because it represents to me how much she had changed. Was with her for 6 years, most of my young adult life.
>not listening to atonal music
>being this pleb
Can we have a band general? As in, we discuss being in a band. Not other bands.
Stuff like that. Let's give it a shot. Note that this isn't a thread for sharing your SC or Bandcamp unless it's actually relevant.
Looking like band I'm in is finally going to start getting shows. So the question becomes, how2dance while playing guitar? Is it best to...
>jerk around like an idiot, meaning just move to the music however I'm feeling
Unsure of which one to go with.
Gigging guitarist / bassists of /mu/, how do you move around when you play? Groove or no?
I basically only play DIY shows. They're the only good ones in Colorado. Crowd surfing is welcomed and everybody gets down and actually has fun, because when you play at a house, nobody's worried about security or any of that shit.
I dance, why the fuck wouldn't you unless you had autism?
How can one country be so devoid of musical talent?
Recommend some good "art punk" or experimental punk albums.
Over the Edge is the slightly better album, but Youth of America is probably "artier".
Let's do this.
>post-rock, drone, subtle middle eastern theme.
Our latest album made in collaboration with Polysemy, Daycare Riot and K.
>emo, shoegaze, post rock, black metal, alternative lofi
What umbrella term would accurately describe albums such as:
OPN - R+7
James Ferraro - FSV
Giant Claw - DARK WEB
Jerry Paper - Big Pop for Chameleon World
as well as PC Music's output
>lol cool bored-rillard ref m8
I'm not sure what you mean by this. Is your response the simulacra of a meme?
hey /mu/ what are you listening to?
>Hey anon, what type of music do you listen to?
How do you answer this question?
>Find a great song
>Look up the whole album
>That one great song is the only song on the album worth listening to
>Find a great album
>Look up the band's discography
>That one great album is the only album in the discography worth listening to
This album reminds me of having an anxiety attack
How do people genuinely sit around and listen to this stuff?
>The Off Site, a venue in Tokyo, is home to the Onkyo music movement, which is characterized by improvisation, minimalism, and "quiet noise". Onkyo improvisation, "explores the fine-grained textural details of acoustic and electronic sound".
I picture a room full of fedoras
If you could pick your top 3 discographies based on overall consistency, progression in sound and just generally think "every album is great" what would they be?
2. Electric Wizard
I was going to put Bjork or Swans
I can't think of a good third artist but Bowie and Eno definitely come to mind. They both have long discographies with a fair bit of variety and different genres. Those two would keep me entertained for a long time.