Great choice OP
Mine is pleb as shit but whatever
I just adore this tune
this whole album is amazing
>Drum machine starts singing
hooking up tomorrow, more like these?
Which is their best album? OK computer, Kid A, and In Rainbows are all glorious, but which one of the three is superior, merit wise?
Merry Xma$ Guys :P
What are the most evocative albums you know of? Stuff that feels like a musical painting or animation.
This album is a prime example of that for me. The music video for this song matches its musical aesthetic perfectly IMO:
Why is this album so fucking good /mu/?
Recommend shit like this please
>mfw all these soulseek users wishing me a merry christmas
We all agree this is the greatest high album ever, right?
>also stoner music general
>politics over aesthetics in music
Do any of you /mu/ nerds have any ideas about how to distribute music in the modern age? I'm tired of the meme-tier distribution that's been flooding the market lately - vinyl and cassettes have no business being sold in 2000+15. Not only is pressing digital files into analog mediums absolutely retarded, it's too expensive for the average artist to make a profit. Obviously digital is a superior format in terms of quality, cost-effectiveness, and flexibility, but no one gets that thrill out of just downloading a file. Music videos are also getting to be totally...
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There has to be a way to monetize "giving it away for free" on the internet. Even getting enough streaming plays will pay decent royalties. The challenge is partly getting in front of people and impressing them with the product, which seems harder to do in a market saturated with flashy vinyl packaging and million dollar music videos
Mine would probably be either Oblivion Access or Who's gonna get fucked first.
for this list I just chose a bunch of stuff I either see on /mu/ or talk with people about irl
oh yeah what else should I have added? any suggestions for stuff I may not have heard, have listened to everything here besides any Drake, Future, Action Bronson, Lupe Fiasco, and Mac Miller. Should I check out those I missed on this list?
Pretty much everything main-relevant covered up. I just think you should check out Days With Dr. Yen Lo because this is one of my favourites of the year, and would be my hip hop AOTY if not for Kendrick's.
Can I get some non-shite christmas music recommendations that can be played around families? Much love to all.
Weird request.. but i'll be driving through the mountains of Vermont and New Hampshire tomorrow and I need some requests for vibey road trip albums that would fit the setting of windy roads and enclosed tree covered roads.
>reads Nineteen Eighty-Four once