>inb4 people just post their own shit
>Alaska - Everything is Fine
What is your favorite comedy album?
Mitch Hedberg - Mitch All Together and Strategic Grill Locations
Louis CK - Hilarious
Joe Rogan - Shiny Happy Jihad
George Carlin - You're All Diseased, Brain Droppings, A Place for my Stuff, and Toledo Window Box
Steve Wright - I Still Have A Pony
Brian Posehn - Nerd Rage
ITT: Albums you don't think anyone else on /mu/ has heard.
>Put Spaceship cruiser on autopilot
>Just you and your best friend chilling in the cockpit
>Gazing at the stars
What album do you put on to listen with your spacebro, millions of miles away from any form of life?
More Like This /mu/?
>Early stuff by Pretty Girls Make Graves
>Less Savy Fav
>These Arms Are Snakes
The Right Light Sting
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>Cinematic drone, avant-garde, post-rock
>experimental pop / electroclash
>chiptune / digital chaos
Cassettes available now!
Ralph Danger - Flail
>some psychedelic textures, dream pop influence, electronic singer songwriter
ITT: What are some of your favorite audiophile/studiophile headphones in the market right now?
>nothing will ever compare to this beautiful, beautiful piece of art right here
drexciya represses edition
trying to find some cool music
Albums for major depression. MAJOR fucking depression.
>MAJOR fucking depression.
You're not depressed, kid. You just like feeling sorry for yourself
Post Bandcamp links
>noise, garage, lofi rock
>vaporwave >ambient >noise >post-post
ITT: 90's One Hit Wonders
When you are playing chords and the like, do you visualize it as the note names themselves, as visual patterns on your instrument (chord shapes guitar, seeing on piano), as the intervals between the chords (whether that be the intervals from root or stacking thirds), or something else?
Also general music discussion related to visualizing/thinking about music while playing.
Also if anyone is wondering I currently visualize the chords on piano, and i'm honestly just lost on guitar when it comes to playing chords freely, I just know like 15 shapes and just repeat them, which sounds and is boring and dull.
Let's have a /prog/ thread and see how it goes.
Everything slightly related to Prog counts. So feel free to post Avant-Prog, Math Rock, "Experimental/Art" Rock, even Jazz, Fok and Metal!
What have you been listening to recenty?
Favorite prog rock albums?
Post Youtube/DL links so that we can discover new bands easily.
And remember guys, Prog Rock is not dead!
Daily reminder to enjoy yourself.
What do you think of the new Shackleton EP /bleep/? I can imagine the first track being used as a sunday morning set ender.