You get sent to an abandoned island.
You get to bring a music player with only five albums on it.
Which do you pick?
And, in case I get bored, "In the Aeroplane Over the Sea." No, "The Money Store."
Question: did my shoes come off in the plane crash?
is there a /mu/ essential lo-fi chart?
but yeah ITT: essential lo-fi
That album rules.
Though I feel like I'm the only one who doesn't really Like the last track.
It kind of goes against the mood of the rest of album IMO.
Still it's a good song I guess.
so guys, what do you think?
personally i think this song is just too much things she wanted to try condensed to the 3 minutes. very chaotic, sometimes not that good sonically (like on the beggining where EVERYTHING is playing at once.
it gets better at the end, when soothing synths are taking the lead and whole thing is becoming more calm.
for me it's 4/10
>mfw liberals will defend genre music to appear more tolerant
What is /mu/'s take on the alternative hipster music subculture on the Internet called /r/lewronggeneration and #lewronggeneration on Twitter/Instagram?
>not exclusively posting on /mu/ to avoid the wrong dosage
N E W B A N D C A M P G E N E R A L
>plus / delta edition
>give one positive thing you enjoyed and one negative that you think should be changed / worked on to help them improve
old thread is really dying out
I'll be lurking giving feedback
>not for people who aren't into dissonant vocals
>new tracks coming soon
Love your awesome dream pop work!
>my music is better than yours because there's real instruments
How can I counter this?
ITT: Bands that /mu/ never talks about despite being great bands
say thx to muhshows-anon for the show info faggots
SBS MTV The Show
8 PM KST
Jo Jung Min
I get to the details related to EunB and Rise and get upset. It is totally crazy, though.
I got excited too but it just looks like any hair salon with TVs embedded in a mirror wall. Sojung went to a place like that. I was hoping Heyne was on set.
Can /mu/ give me some rock with really good riffs?
>must also have vocals
>nothing predating 1980
i saw The Grand Budapest Hotel for the first time last night. amazing as expected
post albums that captures the essence of Wes Anderson's style and interiors
>tfw you have to go to school tomorrow
requesting: ash - 1977
Weezer - Live In Las Vegas
>cool bootleg, the band plays pinkerton and blue in their entirety
Xiu Xiu - A Promise
>art rock, experimental rock, lo-fi
>i listen to a lot of experimental stuff
>like what anon
>oh ya know, swans, radiohead, can, the velvet underground
Post your top five most listened to artists, rec and guess personality based off it
1. Flying Lotus
2. Beach House
3. Jai Paul
4. Death Grips
5. Sky Ferreira