What albums from the last 6 months would you consider worthy of a listen, regardless of genre?
Is he in a career wilderness?
I'm just posting Can - Future Days because i feel like it
With all the riffle-raffle going on in the /mu/ about Readiohead and it's lead singer Thom York, I decided to give it a try, and it turns out than Pool Shaped Moon is actually pretty ear-gasmic (ear+organism) so I walked down the boulevard to bay area's trendiest tatshop and clarified that I need him to be everywhere with me in my life from now on.
It breaks my heart to listen True Love Awaits, or get a little headbangin' action going on when I listen to Full stop. Which Burning also sounds better than anything from In Rainbows. Ten/ten, guys.
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>heil to thief
Why does Float On by Modest Mouse make me cry?
old fag here
i am wondering, is blink 182 relevant anymore?
TKoL is criminally underrated and I don't fucking understand the hate for it. Easily in the Top 4 Radiohead albums
>Music is subjective
What would you think of someone who had this as his profile picture?
He's dying /mu/
Album of the year
>mfw when he says "Radiohead wouldn't exist without U2"
That's a dealbreaker, ladies!
ITT: collections of cyberpunk bangers ready to turn the dancefloor into a fucking warzone
man, i hadn't watched a fantano video in years
i had to go and watch the review just to make sure that he actually really said that
in what fucking bizarre alternate universe did that seem like a cool thing to say
somebody needs to stop that guy i swear
What would albums be called in a Trump era if they were recorded now?
Refused Visa - The Shape Of Trump To Come
Anyone feel a bit ashamed that they listen to recent stuffs much more than the old stuffs? I mean 80% of what I've rated on RYM came from 2000s onwards.
Just listen to what you enjoy. If you're constantly worried about what kind of music fan you are, you're doing it wrong and not focusing on the enjoyment. Don't let these "patricians" tell you otherwise
Post meme music you unironically like.
What are some albums that go out of their way to be unhip, obnoxious, or lame? I've got this and Song Cycle, love both.
God tier hip hop albums
>your favorite station plays the same shit songs over and over
Every station does. It's a million times better than normal radio stations, at least the ones I've heard, but radio stations do generally need to have repetition. They can't really just play completely new songs all the time. Blog radio on XMU is pretty good though at playing pretty obscure things and not really having much repetition. Generally the specialty shows are better than the normal programming. Dark Wave is another good program that's on First Wave.
no, a station does not have to play new songs all the time, but it doesn't mean they have to play the same 25 songs over and over
they should be willing to play older songs but they don't seem to be
Dam Auerbach is a fucking musical god. Not only has he pioneered the inventive fusion of bluegrass with over-driven lead guitar with his shit from the Black Keys, but the dude is working with long time-friends producing music under multiple projects. tell me he can't shed the axe like a firty whore. i'll argue with you all night
>tfw your band can't agree on a band name
this is why democracy is a lie
who was in the wrong here?
>Dude you listen to vaporwave?
>1. Bottomless Pit
>2. The Powers That B
>4. Government Plates
>5. The Money Store
>6. No Love Deep Web
Please try to prove me wrong.
>The Money Store (best)
>The Powers That Be
>No Love Deep Web
I think it's lame to rank this early. TPAB was at the bottom of my list when JD first came out and now it's one of my favorite albums OAT
Which is better?
IDM or EDM?
The answer is industrial
ITT: It's 1900
hey guys, you didn't hear this from me but i heard that they're working on this new thing where you can sit and listen to sounds for purely entertainment purposes
apparently they're gonna start the program in 1910
watch this space is all i'm saying
What is some more Hardcore / 2-step / Garage music other than Burial? Not looking for Burial clones necessarily, but music that occupies the same sonic territory / influenced by the same musical stylings
As a huge UK Garage fan, I never managed to find something even remotely close to burial, sorry anon.
But Burial has a lot of releases and remixes, besides his 3 albums, did you dig though all his stuff ?