Is there any lyricist shittier than Aesop Rock?
Or any lyricist that comes close to being as needlessly convoluted in their metaphors?
He's really the most abysmal thing I could find.
He has his good moments like on LD though. But yeah there's quite a bit of stuff that can be considered backpacker rap but is really just an attempt to appear dense but isn't dense just using big words.
>Meet a girl who says she likes metal
>finally a girl I can relate to and talk about music with
>ask what her favorite bands are
>She says Alcest ,Les discredites and some other shitty shoegaze band
fuck my lifee
Why do all women have the same taste?
Too late for that.
You're obviously 14 years old (give or take 2 years) for the sheer fact that you obviously can't be with someone whose musical taste differs (ever an ever so minor way) from yours.
Screen shot your post so you can look back and laugh at what a shit kid you were when you're 19.
post usernames, compare tastes, leave shouts, marathon kanye west to prepare for swish
ITT: GOAT EPs
jesu - silver
I'd hold it higher than Loveless in the shoegaze genre.
Ready for the announcement tomorrow?
according to some dude yesterday (I actually wasn't clear if he was talking about today or tomorrow) there's gonna be a radiohead announcement with tour details, and a single, with album info, but not the full album quite yet
I don't get it. Someone please explain to me the appeal of shoegaze, dreampop, noise, and all these other genres of music that just have layers upon layers of shit on top of the actual music. I feel like I'm missing something because I just don't like it.
Cuz it's not shit it's different sounds put on top of each other to create a wall of sound? That way there's auite a bit to digest at once due to how much is going on, making the music interesting and the atmosphere that develops as a result/the lyrics contribute to the emotional aspect.
You tend to usually have music that either has a lot of musical nuances to make the songwriting itself interesting while kinda not being that emotional (most progressive rock, certain pieces of art music). There also tends to be music brimming with emotion but tends to...
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holy shit this album is better than anything The Beatles ever did
the beatles aren't known for being especially good they're just revolutionary figures in music you can't really compare anyone nowadays to them because they changed music forever, i doubt skylarking will change anything
post the last six artists you listened to and people guess shit about you
>System of a Down
>Townes van Zandt
have fun yo~
Struggled with math class in school
Is deathly afraid of heights
So, was he actually the greatest music artist of all times?
No. People will argue that his lack of an instrument brings down his standing as a musician, but how he beatboxed every aspect of his tracks, and his amazing voice put him in a very unique class. His dancing and his stage presence is also unparalelled, definitely a contender for the greatest entertainer.
I want to get into Opera but have no idea where to start, can any operafags help me out?
Verdi: La Traviata, Aida, Rigoletto
Puccini: Madama Butterfly, Tosca
Mozart: Die Zauberflote
those are pleb-tier and should help you get into opera. after that you can search for other operas by those composers and move to other shit like wagner.
also keep in mind what kind of experience do you prefer, watching a staged/filmed performance or just listen to the music. personally, i cant listen to opera without seeing the performance (except for wagner), so I rather but a DVD or go watch it live than sit listening to it for hours
Why does it sound like Frank is having sex with Kim near the end of Tame?
I don't know. Also I know Kim was married but I wonder if or what the closest they were to having to sex was. Like did they ever drink after a show and have a great conversation and hold eye contact too long until it got awkward? Tame's a pretty good song by the way
im gonna shit rage
"When Smile came out, the entire summer was different. I could hear it ringing throughout every home and shop in town. Children danced to it, housewives cleaned to it, the teenagers raved about it. Even those pop fans who hadn't accepted the psychedelic transition jumped on Smile. I didn't meet a person who hated it, nor did I meet a person who downplayed its quality. Everyone was united in loving this record. In a way, Brian Wilson gave middle class America their own contained Summer of Love. It put a grin on everyone's face. Everyone who listened to it...
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Thread for those who've advanced past /mu/core, p4k BNM and the same old. For those who've...
a) been listening to music seriously for 5+ years
b) with musical training and regularly perform music
previous thread >>61839078
Anyone else like Virgin Prunes?
Any more darkwave like this?
Do you agree with Stereogum writer Chris DeVille that Kanye West and Kendrick Lamar are "two of America’s greatest black artists"?
>they are the best music website
they are completely pr-driven and are shells of a people who target a specific demographic with their writing. i don't know how you could possibly support a "publication" so obviously pandering to trends and pr label cash.