Does anyone still do this?
Does anyone still lie on their bed to only listen to music? Without distractions such as using your laptop/tablet/phone to browse the web?
getting kinda tired of share threads loaded with more obscure artists
i was thinking id make one dedicated to more relatively popular music you enjoy.
Quasimoto (madlib) - Yessir Whatever
>Hip hop, similar to unseen
Does /mu/ take any vidya music seriously?
mostly depends but sure, darren korb did an amazing job on the transistor / bastion soundtracks
disasterpeace and health have always been great too
Lately this board has been nearly completely void of any productive discussion. If anyone usually lurking is reading this, could you explain to me why you spend your time here (or why you think you do)? Are you holding out for an occasionally interesting post to converse? Do you spend most of your time in the genre generals, as the gimmicks/shitposts/memes are less prevalent there? Or are you just browsing 4chan excessively out of habit? If you do shitpost often, what are your motives behind it? Do you think the staff should intervene at all? Do you feel you're doing enough...
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I'm just here for the sharethreads. I ignore every other thread. I don't make requests - I read descriptions of shares, listen to stuff i find interesting, and download the stuff I like. Sometimes I share things of my own too. That's the extent of my interaction with /mu/.
>/mu/ wants new music
>new music available to them in many places, they are just too lazy to look for it
>when it gets brought to them its called a meme
>they would rather post memes than listen to their so called 'meme albums'
>albums are not really memes, they just see them that way because literally everything else posted here is a meme
It's time for another classy Saturday stream on Eden Radio. The first five hours are nothing but acoustic guitar and jazz, followed by a solid block of funk and downtempo to end the night. Grab a nice drink and relax with me this Saturday evening.
Requests are open as well, so feel free to request those laid-back tunes you favor.
To listen in, use the built-in web player or download the .m3u file and open with a media player of your choice.
First 5 played:
Jon Gomm - Telepathy
Gareth Pearson - Jan the Man
Andy McKee/Don Ross - Tight Trite Night
Ewan Dobson - Level 5
Ewan Dobson - Niccolo Paganini-Caprice No 5
I just want to wish you all a nice evening.
Thanks friend-o. Hope you have a great evening as well!
Also wanted to mention for listeners: I like to talk on the mic every now and then, so if there's anything you'd like me to say to you or anyone else or any questions you'd like to ask me, feel free to chime in.
tame impala arent that bad but i hate them now because all the normies and plebs at college know about them :/
and theyre only like 3 years late :/
thank god i liked tame impala when they were still relatively unknown
anyone feels the same about other music?
>ITT we post links and others guess who sampled them
ITT: spacey, melodramatic IDM and glitch stuff
Gives the feeling of sadness in the future, in space.
Pic related. More like this.
Try effe's releases on Bunka-Kei.
Also the 24EFFECTS remix album is great for melancholic electronic music. Sure it's based on a videogame soundtrack, but it's too good to be ignored.
If you want a download of 24effects above 192 just ask. I have a v0 version on me.
>sadness in the future, in space.
What's the best and worst color on the chart?
saying vaporwave is dead=
you are admitting it's getting popular
you're building an artificial barrier that could prevent you from hearing some genuinely good tracks
you foster an atmosphere of pointless negativity toward future expression
stop it already you stupid fucks
>you're building an artificial barrier that could prevent you from hearing some genuinely good tracks
>genuinely good tracks
Cool, how's about showing me some then, because I've heard exactly zero
>The screams at 0:42 on Hey Light
Did i break any rules in this score i produced? also: when accenting a passing tone do the notes have to be chord tones?
Your notation should match the time signature (ex. your first bar is divided into "three" if read by a musician but should be four so 2 eights, 2 eights (tied), eighth rest, eighth, and 2 eights). Also, avoid parallel fifths as seen in the last two bars, you'll probably notice they don't sound pleasant. Are the inversions intentional?
Post yours, but recommend someone else (anyone, not just from /mu/)
>first single off my debut album I'm releasing in February, Rousseaux
I'm putting together my next mix and want to feature a bunch of electro artists from /mu/, so if you make stuff that fits within my sound, you should send it to me!
I recommend: https://soundcloud.com/club-vandal
Guy from Toronto I've collaborated with, he doesn't...
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post feels, receive rec. I'll start.
I'm dating someone. I'm in love with someone else. The girl I'm really in love with is dying of an auto-immune disease.
What will be the defining musical genre of the 2010's?