Anyone have anything to expand my list?
I just recently started listening to music and as of right now it's on an autistic low.
Also try and rate my list, I feel so far it's one of the most unoriginal lists to appear on /mu/ yet.
1. Neutral Milk Hotel - In the Aeroplane Over the Sea
2. Protest the Hero - Volition
3. Wavves - King of the Beach
4. Japanther - Rock'n Roll Icecream
5. Animal Collective - Merriweather Post Pavilion
6. Teen Suicide - waste yrself
7. Sublime - 40 Oz. To Freedom
8. King Geedorah - Take Me To Your Leader
9. Radiohead - Kid A
10. Piglet - Early Songs
If you're curious about any other just ask away
Hey mu/ me and my buddy wanna make some covers but we don't have a drummer. As each one of us can play different intruments, I'll be playing guitar/bass and he will play the drums. Now I'm making the setlist and thinking what would be fun to play this way, so tell me fun songs to play. Think about bands like: White Stripes, Black Keys, Death From Above, Japandroids...anything two pieces
Kek, what a manlet!
Hot Snakes - Audit In Progress is better than Drive Like Jehu - Yank Crime...
Same guitarists, same singer, short/tight songs, better production, drumming actually has hooks.
allmusic gave it an 8, and pf gave it a 7.7 but they are both wrong
Post pics of the madman.
Hey guys, I pretty much haven't downloaded any music from this year cause I was all depressed and shit and decided sitting alone in my room would be more fun than sitting alone in my room listening to music. what'd I miss?
bump. I heard this. Was pretty good. Please help tho.
Nonagon Infinity is one of my favorite albums from this year. It's also pretty upbeat and fun so hopefully it'll make you feel better for a bit.
Hope things turn out better for you soon. 2016 seems like it's been a hard year for a lot of people, including myself.
thanks my dude. I tend to like darker stuff usually but I'll give this a shot
Hey /mu/, rate my CD choices?
>inb4 buying actual music
I like having a physical copy to play
Post your favorite music to listen to while studying.
Looking to throw together a study playlist.
Im going to first ever concert, pic related
what do I expect
Dubstep pre-2010 was shit. Prove me wrong.
I need moar Dream-Shoegaze stuff. Recommend me something thats similar to pic related if you know something.
See if you like any of these:
What album do you play when you just wanna hear unpretentious, mellow and straight-foward pop music?
Is R&B a dead genre?
Not dead, just transformed by Drake, Weeknd, etc.
Also, pic related. 2015 aoty
what fuck /mu/ you tricked me again
I heard so much about Kate Bushs "Perfect one of a kind voice" and then it turns out that it's generic as fuck, there is literally nothing special about it. I was listening to it with high hopes, hoping to get something like the Vocal range of Marina and the Diamonds combined with Grimes amazing qt voice but I get this simple generic bullshit, i got bored after 4 songs. I guess it's true what they say, modern music is better after all
i'm 100% serious, just because you don't agree with me doesn't mean i'm trolling.
Just compare Marinas and Grimes' voice to Kate Bushs
ITT Genres that exist.
The old thread is old
My chart still looks awful
theres good stuff on there
nowhere nearly as awful as mine
Did Oasis even have any American hits outside of Wonderwall?
What are /mu/'s genuine thoughts on dubstep as of 2014-now?
Inb4 everyone says they hate it but dont know one single artist in this picture besides Skrillex.
You do understand that would be like someone saying they hate classic rock based on hearing the Beatles and Aerosmith but not knowing who Journey and Grateful Dead is, right?
why is it so easy to illegally stream movies/TV but so hard to illegally download music now?? what's a brotha gotta do for a what.cd hookup?
thanks, I'll check this out. I'm used to the days of being able to search google and finding 10 blogspot posts with links to download the album I'm looking for but those have all since expired
How can music be defined as psychedelic?
>inb4 no spyderland
is the title track on this an early example of post rock?
you can't just retroactively claim that the various musics cannibalized by post-rockers were post-rock dude, all of those albums are actually just jazz fusion, dub, lounge, post-minimalism, krautrock, etc. etc. etc.
that being said OP I love Talk Talk too
>This is pretty cool.
>Looks up group on Wiki
>'Although The Knife very rarely performed live concerts, Olof performs as DJ Coolof in nightclubs across Europe. He does not perform at nights or festivals without equal gender representation on the lineup of artists - no more than 50% people who identify as men'
>Delete the album
>artist's kid sings on the album
>plays some 78s with some added reverb and distortion
>"Ahh it's about dementia, maybe alzheimer's or some shit"
Why is this aloud?
here, i present my case for Yuja Wang, arguably the greatest pianist alive.
Her technique is second to none.
She has that rare intuitive sense for music and feeling, which makes every piece she plays, her own.
She can go as deep as possible, and she can go as wild as possible. Sometimes at the same time.
She has an incredible sense of rhythm.
She can play Cziffra:
Can play Tatum:
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Friendly reminder that you will never be a preteen in early 00's England again. You will never go to another school disco and drink panda pop and eat chips with your m8s while chatting shit about who fancies who even though you don't really understand sex yet
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Reminder that you will never be in the 00's again wearing clothing like you're black but talking like you're Mexican
So we can agree that Self Control is the best song on the album, right?