Free jazz, free improv, free noise(?)
I'm getting into this Merzbow record recently and loving it over time (Cuts of Guilt, Cuts Deeper, as it's called), and I wanted to ask you guys what other albums you're into that eschew normal/traditional ideas of pop structure and meter in favor of more raucous stuff.
Then again I guess stuff like Eno's Music for Airports is also technically free, isn't it? Or maybe not? I don't know.
I'm expecting some Cecil Taylor, for starters.
Was recommended the Ex quite a while ago as a punk recommendation but almost all of its members are part of free jazz/free improv circles. I'm not that versed in free improv or jazz but they sound good to me so I'd recommend their stuff.
I think the band has a record label for free jazz too so you could look at that too.
ITT: Talentless hacks
what's with all these Axl and cobain threads?
Nirvana is suddenly everybody's favourite band, is there something that missed?
Post em' boys.
can't find a camera but picked these up a couple days ago. i was surprised that deerhoof hadn't been picked on RSD black friday, but i guess the people that shop at my local store got shit taste & i got a few psych albums in the mail
Demdike Stare - Testpressing #7, Tomo Akikawabiya comp and the change I got! :)
Describe a album with a Gravity Falls quote
>watching a tv show for babies
>not starting your thread with an example of what you want the thread to be about
Now that the dust has settles, can we all agree that this was the best album of 2015?
Post your current 3 favourite bands.
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took an updated pic
shout out to the antwon tape that was cut out RIP
Anyone listen to this?
Fuckin Christmas music meets rnb
It's pretty good
TMR is truly one of best and most experimental albums out there. If you play close attention to your shitty /mu/core, you will notice that most of it has been influenced by this album.
One thing that makes it a great (if not the best) album is that it is timeless. No matter how many times you listen to it, it'll be a total different expirience. If you pay close attention to one single instrument in TMR you can truly see how complex it is. A lot of effort and thougth has been put in every single note of this album. TMR is like an alternative or psychedelic pop/hip-hop...
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WHERE'S YOUR BOY TONIGHT
What's the female answer to Steely Dan? I want that comfy privileged yacht rock feel with an even comfier voice serenading me.
Pic slightly related
Time to face facts, if you're white and try to get seriously into rap, you're probably not doing to do it well. Your opinions and tastes in the music are always going to be weird. I'm not sure if you guys had a black kid who tried to fit in with his white peers by listening to rock music but always had slightly "off" opinions about it at your school, but that's what you are going to be. You're going to be the rap music version of the kid trying to fit in with a group of rock fans by enthusiastically praising some inscrutable off-color combination of groups like Evanescence and Scorpions. There's nothing wrong with listening to some rap music and having generic, boring, mildly stale opinions (ex. Big Pun was great and Illmatic is an extremely strong album), but for more advanced music discussion you'll really have to stick to the music of your people, like early 90s college rock for example.
>Song includes sounds that aren't instruments or vocals
close-minded music listeners are super lame-o, buddy