Do any music reviewers come close? He's not the best but his style of reviewing is interesting.
Any music reviewer who uses a number scale is poor in my book. Sure, the review might be fine, but slapping a number to it essentially demeans the art. If you want a website with well written music reviews, check out the quietus.
>do any music reviewer come close
>he's not the best
Give other people a chance to answer the question before you do it yourself
friday night vocaroo thread
lets hear it boys
Ween is fucking killing it at the reunion show. stream here
"Everything in the world is exactly the same."
Kanye when asked about the differences of his fashion and music creative process.
We already know the meaning of the album title "The life of Pablo": Kanye identifies himself with the artist during his creative process, the criminal when he is depicted by the media, and the hardworking common man in his everyday life, taking care of his house and family.
But what about the cover art?
Well, this is a graphic representation of "life". Repeating itself (not necessarily the same) day after day or maybe "era" after "era". Sometime we see some overlaps/errors in the typing. These represents the mistakes and the hard times that Kanye had to go through his life.
The picture of the wedding of his parents represents the start of this life.
"I cried writing this song."
Kanye about "Father stretch my hands".
"As I lay me down to sleep
I hear her speak to me."
Kanye, singing about his mother in "Only One".
The cover designer, Peter De Potter, has collaborated on curations of his work with such notable fashion designers, as former Dior creative director Raf Simmons.
Condense an album into an EP to make it better
>Sit Down Stand Up
>Sail to the Moon
>Where I end and you Begin
I like this thread a lot but I can't think of any good albums to do
The Powers That B(though I like its original length)
1. Up My Sleeves
2. Billy Not Really
3. Big Dipper
4. The Powers That B
5. On GP
>Total Length: About 26 minutes
Boy in the Moon
Goddess Eyes II
Moni Mon Amie
This Is Ekstasis
add, socialize, r8 taste, call each other plebs
I have a competition on March 29. What is a romantic etude (for piano) that sounds extremely difficult but isn't too hard to play/learn?
didnt see one, whatever, do whatever you people do
Seirom - Strandheem '92
losten to this
love that album
especially epilepsy is dancing, that song i out of this world
hey pal long time no see
it feels like
i spotted arconn in a chart thread btw, glad to see that he's alive
>release date still set for today
>it's almost 9pm on the east coast
No /gg/? Sorry, i dont have the initial post
what are your favorite BOSS pedals /mu/?
>inb4 none of them
>pic related my current fav
>RV-3 in Hall 2 setting is perfect for me
Boss sucks. Got some of their pedals (OS2, DS2, MT2 and some stuff i sold and i cant remember). Some of them sound pretty good (DS1/2, OS2) but only if the amp fits the sound. On my new Amp all the Boss pedals sound like shit, but favorite is still the OS2 on my older amps
i need to make a general "battle tune" for my text RPG and everything i make sounds either too minor or too major, and not rock and roll enough. i need something that's high energy but that you could listen to for an hour on end without going insane. can anyone give me a chord progression?
Let's try this again?
Most 'patrician' music is not "fun" to listen to at all. I don't even know why I listen to it. It's interesting but not fun, at all.
Don't use fedora responses like it's just "intellectually challenging" or whatever.
Classic rock was the only genre that was able to be "patrician" whilst remaining "fun", and some pop.
ITT: musical red flags
>he thinks pop music was better in the 60s-90s
>he wears band shirts of bands he doesn't listen to
>he thinks Drake is bad
>he calls himself a vaporwave "producer"
>he likes Vampire Weekend or the 1975
Holy fuck, /mu/ is pleb when it comes to Kanye. This is the objective ranking, get in here if you know what you're talking about
808 & HEARTBREAK
COLLEGE DROPOUT (last two tracks on this are some of his greatest work though: family business and last call)
see how pic related compares once it finally drops, if it ever does
So I just finished reading Scaruffi's analysis of the Beatles in its entirety (not just "the fact that"), and I'm left wondering if this guy is trolling or if he's actually believes anything he's saying.
First off, I admit that he raises some valid points about their musicianship and some elements of their songwriting, but most of the time when he's analyzing their success and acclaim he's just dead wrong - factually wrong. Like he's literally pulling sentences out of his ass and stating them as something that's universally...
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