/mu/´s thoughts on this album
Look guys, I'm still cut up about Bowie's death. So what's your fondest bowie moment. How did Bowie's music effect you.
For me, I started to develop a crush on a good family friend of mine, and ill always remember the time she and I on a nice sunny day decided to dance and sing David Bowie's Starman, Sound and Vision and China Girl. It was a really nice sweet and touching moment we both had. Thanks Bowie :_)
I'm up at real nigga hours cause I fell asleep at like 7pm and I've been on a Bowie binge
Started with Ziggy, then Low, Heroes, Station to Station and Lodger is next. I really love that Bowie's albums stay around that 35-45min runtime. Not too long and not too short.
It's not something we should be sad about. Sure he's gone, but he's left us a treasure trove of music to listen to. Blackstar just adds to the list. The dude predicted his own death and made art out of it! Classic Bowie.
Don't be sad.
Thanks anon, im siting back going through his material all over again, and man, the guy was such a talent. Went to a mates today to play him a bit of bowie got an instant "fuck bowie" from him. Not that I blame him, Bowie is a hard listen imo. But dang, dat hurt.
Bowie was the first musician that I ever fell so deeply in love with. I can't trace the beginning since he's always been with me - my parents played his records in the house since before I was born. I really awoke to him in middle school, and it caused me to delve so deep into fanaticism that there was no coming back. I found myself scouring music stores, used record shops, any establishment around town that might carry anything of his. When I first started to get into vinyl, my first purchase was "Let's Dance", which I listened to on repeat for weeks....
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In specific terms of popular music, why does the Midwest of USA tend to be depressed/whiny/emo while the Nordic countries are batshit insane and hardcore?
i sucked his dick in 2002 ama
Making a mixtape for a chick.
She asked for a "I dont know what im doing but its going fine" mood.
I felt like a song or two off of this would be good.
Help me get this chick
Best album ever whose name starts with this letter
In dire need of recs for a specific sound. Dark, kinda raw/punky/energetic, slightly surfy guitars. My favorite local band sounds like this and I know I've heard stuff like it but I can't think of any.
The closest I can think of is Wipers
sum up /mu/ in one image
ITT: Good Artists whose first album is a 6/10 or lower.
>Inb4 "sufjan stevens isn't good"
say what you want, but i think that gotye's next two albums are great
Hard to swallow when the hollows enter through your throat.
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new shit otw v soon
Here's my new Alternative R&B track called "Worth It". It has some Toronto vibes, over "trappier" production than what I've previously done. I appreciate you guys taking the time to listen!
This has gotten a pretty good response, hopefully some of you like it too.
I return all feedback!
>elements of lo-fi
I'm not too into noise, but I know some people are. And i'll defer to them.
whats the best tune on this joint?
After listening Death Grips the first time, are any of these side effects apply to you:
>you can't stand rock and pop anymore
>you became more elitist
>you became more critical about music
>the beatles became overrated and you started to ask a question why people glorify them despite being boring shit
>you started to dig /mu/
>you began to separate yourself from your pleb friends
Am I a pleb if this is my favorite AnCo album?
What does /mu/ think of Chon?