What are /mu/'s most hated genres of music? And can you post some examples of said genres?
>ITT: we find strange Death grips related stuff deep in the internet again
A month ago we had this thread and we found some pretty crazy shit, we came across a website from one of Zach Hill's relatives full of random pictures and codes. We found some old fyre work and shit
Let's do this again. Get searchin, /mu/
Also can anybody fill me in on what happened a couple days ago? Apparently people found some strange shit on thirdworlds
>Talking about the Beatles with a grill
>Tell her I find them quite good just a little overrated
>She goes into a fit about how I 'don't get it' and how I probably only know one or two songs
>Tell her that I have listened to the entire discography multiple times
>Well anon if you actually did then you cannot possibly think like that!!
Why do people flip shit if you even dare to question the Beatles?
Because saying that The Beatles are overrated is wrong. Plain and simple. If you need this to be explained to you, I have no interest in hearing your opinions as they are worthless.
She's so different. It must be great having such unique friend with such good taste. Most people only listen to that Justin Bieber crap.
>soul/funk/r&b/gospel/modern funk/Northern soul
>middle East/Asian/Caribbean traditional
>afro beat/JuJu/Semba/other African genres
>traditional European folk
>downtempo/lounge/chill out/acid jazz/nu jazz
>EAI/turntable/tape/no input-mixing/prepared guitar/piano
>vocal/ragtime/funeral/soul/dixieland/big band jazz
>non p4ktronica or /bleep/core 'electronic music'
Thread for all the born in the wrong generation ravers.
Acid house, hardcore breakbeat, hardcore techno, jungle and cheesy pianos over extremely fast drum-machines, epileptic breakbeats and huge bass lines.
Why did they have such awesome flyers?
What are the best resources to get into dance-oriented electronic music? I've had people recommend exploring labels but that seems time consuming and doesn't give me much of an idea of "the classics".
numbering our sharethreads could be a good idea edition
please fucking check the fucking archive before you /r/ - rbt.asia/mu/
a work in progress archive some anon is created for muh ocd and muh organization - tinyurl dot com slash muarchive
>implying this will take off
Other sharethread is dead.
check the archives before /r/ing pls
tinyurl dot com slash muarchive
^ a work-in-progress archive for muh organization and muh ocd
Just a fantastic spacy progressive rock album without all the boring wankery, with influence from shoegaze, triphop, ambient and metal - and fantastic vocals
Probably 90% of the music in my library incorporates guitar in some way. The rest of it is mostly jazz or electronic.
Recommend me music without any guitar in it. The more obscure the instrumentation, the better. I want marimbas, recorders, tamboura, tribal drumming, whatever you can throw at me.
Pic related, I want stuff like this.
(I know there's one already but this one has a special rule as you can see above)
I AM A CREATIVE FUCK EDITION
a) your bandcamp page
b) links or descriptions of any other creative endeavors you're involved in (outside of music, preferably).
Let's see some creatives in here, /mu/.
>experimental guitar bits
I also make random pleb shit at
also here's my art blog
winter is coming /mu/
post yr winter jacket and other's guess yr musical tastes
>pic related for me
Can we get a top ten 2014 thread going?
Swans - To Be Kind
Iceage - Plowing Into The Field Of Love
tUnE-yArDs - Nikki Nack
Machine Girl - WLFGRL
Liars - Mess
White Suns - Totem
Sd Laika - That's Harakiri
FKA Twigs - LP1
Big Ups - Eighteen Hours Of Static
Aphex Twin - Syro
your fetish/fantasy + your favorite genre(s)
>having a qt chubby chick (not fat just w/ nice big ass and thighs) sit on my face until I'm on the verge of suffocation and she laughs at me
>goth rock/death rock/post-punk