>trying to fap
>audio compression is too much
>cant get turned on past the poor audio quality
Am I the only one?
TMR > Faust > VU > Rock Bottom > Doors > Hosianna Memetra
>inb4 butthurt plebs disagree with my objectively patrician taste and hence objectively accurate rankings
Reminder that Hey Moon is a cover and John Maus did very little to make it his own other than sing it with his distinct voice. Not saying this is a bad thing, he's allowed to do covers, but Molly Nilsson gets almost no recognition for her songwriting whereas the song is hailed as almost a masterpiece for John, when in fact is almost identical to the Molly's original.
Heres Molly's version for those who haven't heard it
Honestly not sure if it's as good as John's but I mean in general it sounds about identical
somebody give me some russian music with a strong catchy vocal hook
What are you experiences so far with foreign music ? Depending on your country
Do you listen to music that you can't understand ? (Let's avoid the kpop and derivees I don't want that in this thread)
I'm American, listen to a ton of Korean, Japanese, and Chinese music (pop duh but also other stuff)
An Indian friend is helping me get more into some classical stuff from there at the moment and I'm really enjoying it so far
I don't care about the language of the lyrics, lyrics are mostly shit anyway. Japan is probably the non-western country I listen to the most, they have some damn good noise rock and post-rock
Hey /mu/, is this the AOTY?
Hi guys, since this is a music forum I assume you all play instruments.
Thinking abuot adding a EHX Big Muff Pedal to my board.
Thoughts, opinions on it ?
It's pretty solid, it'll give you that classic rock sound and is fairly versatile.
I'd recommend checking out the Boss Powerstack as well, it's similar but has a little bit of a thinner, noisier sound, which I like
For christmas my dad asked me to get him a thumb drive full of music I think he'd like. I recently got him into Massive Attack and Darkside - Psychic. I'd love to get him more music like that but I'm unfamiliar with that aria of music. Does anyone have suggestions for chill, bassy electronic music with no rapping and not much edgyness? preferably with some vocals?
Is this some kind of a joke?!
ITT: post entry level albums to help people into a genre
>pic related - how to into prog rock
Pointless thread, just use the charts
>mfw my first prog album was this
Pretty much, but they might find the intro track and the rest a bit too cold and emotionless. Some Yes or whatever might be better for someone without such an open mind.
King Crimson did help me get into The Mars Volta though.
ITT: musicians you could beat in a fight
What are your favorite (and least favorite) albums from this list, /mu/?
Rank the openers of your favorite artist/band from best to worst
>lenght: 2 hours
>shortest track: 5 min
>longest: 35 min
Jesus christ why bands are doing this? How a fucking adult supposed to have so much time to listen one fucking album.
To make sure that people who have no patience don't get to enjoy great albums.