It's time for round 2, like last time the first 24 musicians posted in this thread will fight to the death.
could someone rec me some music based off my recent film activity
She's right you know.
ITT: charts like this or death metal and black metal band suggestions
OP, i have some txts with a lot of bands when i was firstly getting into metal (i wrote their names to check them out later). But it' like a shitton of bands, do you want me to post em?
Post your favorite Swans albums and the reason why you love it.
It's overwhelming but in a good way. Takes my brain to crazy places.
What does /mu/ think of Ladytron?
White Privilege II general
He brings up a lot of good points I think the name calling was kind of childish, took it from an introspective song to something about "THESE PEOPLE ARE WRONG"
all in all it could have been better but i think it's important he's making something like this
Has there been a band yet who you can honestly say has taken the dork-core torch from these guys?
How did she become such a well-known name in such a short time? Did her parents have money or connections?
I like her music but it's obvious that she self-produces and is an amateur, so how did she get so much attention?
Opinions about Ellie Goulding?
Discuss anything that goes into the rock/pop category (Scott Walker, The Archies, Silver Apples, etc).
What bands have you been listening to lately?
>He thinks Garage Rock is a genre
>a raw and energetic variety of rock and roll
Rock is raw and energetic to begin with. It's too broad, and almost every band can be described this way.
It's like saying word rap. Rap with lyrics that rhyme
I've been listening to Buckethead and related projects all day. So damn good. Any other fans here? I know his heyday was like mid-2000s.
I enjoy his work.
I mean, I enjoyed it A LOT more when I was in middle school, but he has a handful of albums that still stand up today.
His work with Bill Laswell is great. Population Override is a masterpiece, Thanatopsis & Dragons of Eden are essential listening. Much of his 1998-2010 output is hit or miss, and I couldn't possibly care any less about the Pikes series, but I still respect him as an artist.
Yeah, I think middle school is an appropriate time to listen to him. I've known of him and heard his music for years but it's only been in the past 18 months or so that I've taken a serious interest in his music. The Pike series intrigues me, although I've only listened to a selection of it. I agree with you about Population Override, that album's a doozy.