New thread. last one is dead.
>Ambient, Modern Classical
>Solo Piano-based music
>Best used as a background music to noisy surroundings
>sounds like NIN
>not drone, not soundscape, not experimental
>LOOWW W FIDDEEELLLLYYYIIITTTYYYY
rec, rate, assume... i dont know something theyll do this week
You're making an excuse to leave a party alone so you can listen to music while walking down the streets in the middle of the night this weekend
You're that guy who keep making self-deprecating jokes even when people are not comfortable with them
You used to make fun of your history teacher but then he died
Thoughts on him?
also Nayeon is best twice
ITT: Which currently living musician's death will have the biggest impact on you?
You can bring one of them back from the dead.
General discussion about The Cure
Pornography is their best album, hands down. It balances the best moments of the Cure's sonic experimentation with some of Robert's greatest vocal contributions, while still not feeling overly bloated like later Cure releases. One Hundred Years and A Strange Day are the best Cure songs.
Prove me wrong.
Let's try and get some OC going, usually a lot of reposts in these threads
>tfw if Frank really wanted he could make a god-tier hip-hop album but he will never escape his cancerous fanbase so he's gonna keep pumping out immature edgy crap like this
>attempts to make original channel being the exact opposite of edgy teenage "le memer" crowd
>accidentally becomes the thing he hates
why do people ruin everything
Why do you listen/ not listen to Grimes /mu/?
>It's another pop thread
You know what to do.
got my top 100 set up, woo
Just kidding, here's my actual Top 100 (downloaded before it loaded)
He's right you know.
Did you like it? Did you hate it?
i usually love big eyebrows on girls but this is a no from me.the song has style i guess its not for me
and also hot sex
a rip of it exists but it just plays through each groove once and then moves on to the next one, kinda ruins the nature of the record
other than that, nothing
talking of RRR locked groove records, anyone here own RRR-1000? how is it? great lineup/concept and i'm really curious about how they all made use of the nature of the record
why is good noise so hard to make? every time i try i get incredibly bored and disillusioned with what i'm doing and put it away in disgust.
like, how does a masterpiece like merzbow's antimonument, venereology, etc even come to exist? he's a master at it. i hate when people think noise is some kind of lazy man's "anyone can do it" music. sure, anyone can make noise, but it takes something else to make artful noise.