Post fun albums
a.k.a albums that the band/artist probably had fun making and sound fun
Anyone excited about the upcoming Sky Ferreira album?
Post your 10/10 albums
Is it weren't for "This Kinda Music" this would be a 10/10 album.
Y'all know this is just my opinipn right?
so I know but I'm a few years behind but hear me out
I almost don't listen to metal at all anymore. I just finished listening to this album for the first time and wow!
can you suggest to be other Opeth albums or other bands...?
Listen to still life by opeth as well.
its good that you liked it because it is one of their "worst" albums in my opinion, so you will probaly like the rest of their albums.
Bands: Agalloch, Edge of sanity
Albums (Opeth): Still Life, Ghost Reveries
>you will never be andy samberg
Haven't heard the rest of whats on your chart lol.
its not that good but ponies lol
Do you faggots seriously like Grimes? She's not even hot (she looks like a Lady Gaga rip off, although even uglier), her music is garbage disposable pop and she's an annoying whiny feminist. What do you people even like about this bitch?
ITT: we tell each other our dream collabs
leak it deak we need it baby
>predicted ranking based on samples
bagels in kiev
summing the wretch
laying in the grass
>top 10 tracks
meet the light child
>hasn't studied music theory for five years
>doesn't play more than five instruments
>thinks he can judge music
This is the Anti-Normie Anon Legion general, thread #2.
The edition is: Drone, because life is a vapid monotony, the only escape from which is death. That said, I will not post drone links and recs in the OP, because I seldom listen to drone. I will rely on you, the contributors of /anal/, to share.
THIS GOES IN EVERY OP
/anal/ is a place to post music that exists (incidentally or intentionally) to the chagrin of normies, music that is either too subdued and minimal or too chaotic and extreme.
Examples include harsh noise, PE, lowercase, and...
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I'm 28 years old, I'm probably older than the majority of people on /mu/. I've studied music theory in college for five years. I play more than five instruments including guitar and violin. I'm part if a rock duo and I perform monthly at various places. We've been working on an album since 2014. I think I know what I'm talking about.
To all you Avalanches fags, how much music theory do you know? What instruments do you play? I'm guessing none.
What albums would you guys say are a must to listen to? Doesn't matter what genre.
[spoiler]I haven't listened to KC's other stuff yet btw[/spoiler]