>Pretty as fuck
What albums do you think have beautiful production and style /mu/?
Albums like Pink Moon, The Glow Pt 2, All Hail West Texas and even 1990 are striking to me because of the way that they're as simple as can be: one guy with a guitar and very rarely some sparse accompaniment, and yet they're so powerful and beautifully emotional
All Hail West Texas has made me cry on more than one occasion. I rarely get really into an album but that has been one of the few to just reach a whole other lever. Same with Lost Wisdom. Especially since I just went through a rough breakup.
>tfw you went on /a/ and it's better than here but you like music not anime
typical green grass syndrome. I left /a/ for this place and I never got to regret it. Every once in a while I take a peek at what's going on there, and it keeps getting worse, it seems
Here are some ground rules:
1. No samples; oceangrunge is not vaporwave.
2. No joke titles and/or joke art; oceangrunge is not a meme.
3. At least half of the tracks must have lyrics.
See these videos for inspiration:
Dubs decides the track names.
69 decides the band name.
96 decides the album name.
If any of these violates the ground rules then they will be discarded.
>inb4 "noone on /mu/ knows theory"
These have worked in the past, so let's try again (and maybe make these a consistent thing.)
Discuss anything theory-related---not restricted to conventional western theory.
Guess I will contribute some as well.
Name a better experimental pop album.
ITT: DJs that will rule 2015
Maceo's been killing it for the last year and a half. This guy has made THE underground productions. Pretty much any house/tech DJ worth their salt are putting Maceo in their sets. and im happy with that. the guys increadibly talented
post god tier animuu osts
You wake up as your favorite musician. What do you do?
>18 years old
>new to college
>meet dude on facebook
>meet with him first day at dorms
>new best friend
>we get fucked up and make music together
>practically live together
>tight as fuck
>we both end up dropping out
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i used to spend a lot of time posting it in bandcamp/soundcloud threads on here, it mostly got drowned out and i gave up
i guess i'll post it here if anyone cares to listen https://arvidthemusic.bandcamp.com/album/old-factory-living
The other share thread has reached the image limit.
Gonna share some more stuff that's not in the archive. I have 9 albums but some are still uploading. Will post as they finish.
Paul Kalkbrenner - Self
>Techno, Minimal Techno, Tech House
GusGus - Arabian Horse
>Tech House, Ambient Techno, Deep House, Progressive House
Mississippi John Hurt - Avalon Blues: The Complete 1928 Okeh Recordings (1996)
>Delta Blues, Piedmont Blues
Stan Getz & Gerry Mulligan - Getz Meets Mulligan in Hi-Fi
>Cool Jazz, Bebop
When I hear the term "cool" jazz, I think of this record. It captures that sound perfectly.
Red Hot Chili Peppers - Californication
There are 5 types of people who hate this man's music
>Dadrock faggots who dismiss him purely because he's a rapper
>People who judge his music solely on his singles like E.T and Heartless
>Plebes who would rather listen to down-to-earth bore-core vanilla shite like ed sheeran/mumford and sons and hate Kanye West "because he's a douche"
>People who have given his music/albums an unbiased listen and simply don't like it (the only acceptable reason)
>Pseudo-conspiracy theorist nutcases who think he's illuminati
tunes & tunes talk
memery & shitposting
Been 20 hours since a new thread. Let's get the ball rolling here
just released first album
shallows - citrine
lo-fi, indie, experimental, short songs
Chillwave, Ambient, Drone, Electronic, Folk, and some other stuff as well.