What's his name, /mu/?
ITT: The guy who's totally, unequivocally, undoubtedly, next.
he literally said Death Grips and Kendrick Lamar where huge inspirations for his last album. Discuss, /mu/tants.
So with David Bowie's passing, was there any TV programming schedules rearranged for David Bowie?
MTV: NOPE (Teen Mom marathon)
VH1 CLASSIC: NOPE
BET: HELL NO, NIGGA!
Let's Kill these TV Networks!
How do I learn theory? I only really know basic stuff.
I ordered the berklee book vol 1 but it doesn't go that deep. Does vol 2 go that much deeper?
And what do I do after that? I play guitar so I'd like to know all the different jazz chords, etc and how they're built, modes, etc. But I don't really do not know where to start.
this book is great
What are you doing to celebrate Bowies death?
>sitting in home theater with my dog next to me
>watching live concert from 2005
>have lights in room set to flash red and blue in sync with his music
>Korn with red bull
Good night sweet prince.
Now i'm just fucking afraid that my main man is gonna go next
I don't think I've felt quite this sad from an artist dying before. Could we maybe throw something together to pay him a tribute?
Just suggest some track names and I'll put the first ten good ones in a list and we'll claim and make them as usual, let's not bother with rolling for dubs
remember when ryan used to have balls
Its time to do this, It might be a bit too soon, but its something that has to happen.
in remembrance, were having a spontaneous listenalong in honor of the late great David Bowie. this listenalong will happen on the /mu/ radio, and will be over the course of the next coming week to listen to the bulk of the classic material, and then highlights of his output
from TODAY JAN 11th to JAN 17th we will be streaming at http://mutantradio.org/ @ 9PM ET/EST
the days are broken up by "eras" of his career, and go chronologically from David Bowie (Space...
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What's the deal with all this contrarians and scruffles fag? This man here is a fucking legend that never stopped experimenting with music and always came up with something at least kinda original. That's why everyone loves him. If you just don't like him it's ok but if you say he's shit you lack of objectivity
contrarians gonna contrarian. They only due it because they know it makes people mad. Unlike a lot of other deaths though, even they can't succeed in ruining the mourning of a legend like Bowie.
What's the best genre to study?
I want specific answers e.g. if someone says classical precise which period