Who's the saddest man in music?
name a better songwriter than this guy
How loud do you listen to your music?
what drugs does he do?
How long until people can readily admit that they listened to "emo" in 2005?
Pic related, my favorite album in like high school
I indirectly listened to it via shitty AMVs, Shitty Newgrounds movies, and video game playthrough (y,know. The ones without shitty commentary? Why can't we have more of those) though it never interested me.
About to finish it for my first time and from the looks of it I'll be passing this one up.
but I'm glad to see Sue got recognized as best song and got nominated for a grammy
How did this twink become one of the world's most acclaimed producers?
What's this queer's secret? Pure talent and innovation? In the right place at the right time? Tell me desu senpai
>this is the best grunge album according to Scaruffi
>not a Nirvana album
>not an Alice in Chains album
>not even an early Soungarden album
I won't even mention that Black Hole Sun is one of the worst songs ever made.
Fuck, even Pearl Jam is better than Memegarden.
>even Pear Jam is better
Hold the fucking phone OP
Opinion discarded, Superunknown officially /mu/core because fuck you, all in favor say aye.
Rise Records Pop Punk about Minecraft
Show us your shit
Can anyone recc me some music with top-tier drumming that's not indie/emo/mathrock or jazz? Maybe some world music or funk shit?
very rythmic (and it counts because it's Goth Rock)
Also try Tarentel - Ghetto Beats on the Surface of the Sun
Zombie - Fela Kuti (Nigeria) Afrobeat
21st Century Schizoid Man/Starless - King Crimson (UK) Progressive Rock
Paperhouse - Can (Germany) Krautrock
Kobaia - Magma (France) Züehl
All god tier, all world, and all are some of my favs to drum to
Post labels, collections, recent purchases.
Just got these in the mail this week. Far left two are from Orchid Tapes other ten are from a lot on eBay
I thought vinyl was a hipster fad.
What's the appeal of cassettes?
Are people sitting there saying that "the tape allows more room and more free movement for the sound" or some shit like when people defend their oversized CDs?
>it's bigger so it can expand and you hear more with every listen!
>album doesn't end with a slow and sad ballad
post a modern musician as talented and consistent as her
pro tip: you might be able to
What am I missing?
Jan 29: Nevermen (Mike Patton) - s/t
Sia - This Is Acting
Black Tusk - Pillars of Ash
January 8: Brutus - Murwgebeukt
David Bowie - Blackstar
Lion's Daughter - Existence Is Horror
Venomous Concept - Kick Me
Jan 15: Daughter - Not to Disappear
The Anchoress - Confessions
Bloodiest - s/t
Lycus - Chasms
Smoke Rings - Boxes
Jan 22: Savages - Adore Life
Jesu & Sun Kil Moon
Tortoise - Catastrophist
Half Japanese - Perfect
Brutality - Sea of Ignorance
January 1 - Krallice - Hyperion
no I've already heard everything
not too bad but I'm holding out atm