>"Hey OP what music do you listen to?"
>"OH, metal hugh?... I used to listen to it as well, when i was a kid"
>"Yea, do you know Bullet for my Valentine, Slipknot, Korn?"
Everytime you tell someone you like metal.
What happened in the 90s to make them so different?
I don't enjoy most of the songs on ITAOTS at all
Don't look at the carpet.
I drew something awful on it.
why did Annie Clark think she was too good to collab with Sufjan?
Does Annie have a chance to become America's next top model?
holy shit this is awesome.
why am i just hearing it all now?
someone said to me it's better than Hissing Fauna. i can see where they're coming from, im about halfway
>Kevin has fallen off
I agree. Still solid, but kind of False Priest-ish albums where the thing as a whole is a 6/10 with a few (literally 2-3) 8+/10 tracks.
Just saw them on the 19, was a fantastic show though
ITT: great albums with over 30 songs
a-are they finally back?
>P4k AOTY 2016
Oh so you think you know music? I bet you can't even name ONE band.
music to blaze to
what are some ESSENTIAL booty loving albums?
Is this a nice girl?
This is what modern country should sound like. Why is this not more well known?
Post bands that get your Adrenalin pumping.
Is this 90s equivalent to Revolver? experimental pop rock
>Ew Anon, his voice sounds weird
>eww anon! Why are you listening to this!?! What are you a gay Homo faggot that loves sucking hot sweaty dicks, that glisten like a waterfall in the sunlight. Wow you're a faggot. I hope you and your whole family dies, you miserable cunt. Like really you are fucking pathetic. Either kill yourself or leave me alone. Worthless bitch.
Every time :'(
ITT: best jazz albums of the year
Anyone like primus? What album should i listen to if i wanna get into em
with their first album, as you would any other artist
no but really, primus chronologically becomes less metal and more residents worship (with the exception of antipop)
I'm making a playlist of the best pop songs ever written. This was the first one added but I now have 300 songs. Make recs here.
Wouldn't it be Nice/God Only Knows by the Beach Boys
My Kind of Woman by Mac DeMarco
Life on Mars by David Bowies
P.Y.T./Thriller/Billy Jean by Michael Jackson
Space Age Love Song by A Flock of Seagulls
Hyper Ballad/Joga by Bjork
Sunday Morning by Maroon 5
I Wonder by Kanye West
Just some off the top of my mind
Just fucked a girl to vaporwave ama
>dark edgy aesthetic and imager
>marketed as tense, challenging post punk
>dark name (initially at least)
>music is literal coffee shop pop garbage
>big studio effects, literally every single track of each song is treated to the point that any natural sound is removed
>could realistically score a fucking Disney movie
>music press lauds them for this boring...
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Somehow you find a qt girl who has never listened to music before. What song/piece do you show to her as her first?
Alright guys, I've reached that inevitable point a music fan inevitably meets where I listened to Pet Sounds and realized it's the GOAT album, and I'd really like to listen to Smile to hear what Brian was coming up with after the release of Pet Sounds.
My understanding is that since the album was ultimately scrapped there exist the Smile Sessions and Brian Wilson Presents Smile, along with a myriad of fan mixes, but I don't really understand where I should begin if I just want to hear the most accurate depiction of what the album would've been.
I'd appreciate if someone could point me in the right direction of what I should listen to first.
The Smile Sessions is what Capital Records pasted together from existing tapes and Brian Wilson's Smile is the songs updated. While I enjoy the BW version you can tell that it was recent and Brian's vocals aren't what they once were so start w/The Smile Sessions and since there are so many "Fan Mixes" out there I can't really recommend any.
I keep seeing the Purple Chick version/fan mix being thrown around as what people are calling the 'definitive' version, i'm trying to dig up a link right now at least so i can see what the hype is about.
I need new studio monitors, cant decide between yamaha hs5's and jbl lsr 305's. Whats your suggestion and why
1st listen: Lol wtf is this the proto Tenacious D, comedy rock is lame.
2nd listen: Holy shit this actually really good, a conceptual masterpiecce, can't take a single song out of the album.
3rd listen: OCEAN MAN 10 hour loop on youtube unironically.
how much of a chance do I have of becoming the next john mayer if I get fit, dress better learn how to better play the guitar and try to start a pop-rock solo act that panders to 30 year old moms? a bit too specific but you know what I mean. I love playing the guitar and i eel like every other path that isn't related
to music is going to leave me with a mid-lie crisis and I have no other area o interest beyond music.
is a career in pop music worth it these days /adv/?
its a lottery crap-shoot luck kind of deal, and theres only one winner
you don't think there are 1000 nameless faceless john mayer guitar/singersongwriters out there? you didn't hear about them cause they didnt get picked up by radio/tv meme spreaders.
basically, john played the lottery since he was a kid. locked himself in his room for 4 years to git gud. went to berklee (oo prestige, big name sounds fancy) for a year. ditched that with a buddy to go write records, played the fuck out of live gigs doing shit like SRV covers, got his name on the radio...
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"only one winner"
I meant there is BOUND to be a winner, and that winner obviously will be known by many. Point is he's lucky. You might be lucky too if you stack up your achievements like he did