Sitting alone in my room on friday night, listening to this.
Thinking about killing myself desu
So the music is enticing this feeling? You're not even going to talk about the album? How you precisely feel about each song? The genre itself? The band itself?
I don't really care about your feelings for being so vague but their 4th album is pretty good. A shame their 5th album was mediocre at best
About to drop acid for the first time, what albums should I listen to? Making a YouTube playlist atm with some of my favs but need a bit more stuff.
flying lotus is the perfect artist to listen to on acid in my opinion. until the quiet comes especially. it was far from my favorite album by him but for some reason it just translated to acid so well. just be careful because there are a couple tracks near the tail end (electric candyman and i think hunger) that are a little creepy
Well /mu/ which is it?
Sojin = Seth Rollins
Minah = Dean Ambrose
Yura = Roman Reigns
>search up early Thom
What went right ?
>Meeting People Is Easy takes place during the promotion of Radiohead's 1997 release OK Computer, containing a collage of video clips, sound bites, and dialogue going behind the scenes with the band on their world tour, showing the eventual burn-out of the group as the world tour progresses
>Unlike other music documentaries, the film does not focus on the band's friendship with one another, families, or anything else outside the direct production,...
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what are some /lgbt/ friendly albums?
lgbt is a real world meme, can't wait until it's not a fad to change your dick to a vagina. I love watching fake the lgbt support by companies though with the rainbow logos. They figured out how to monetize off of it.
Hey, guys. My gf is bad at surprises, so she just told me that she got me a record player for Christmas, specifically the Crosley Cruiser (pic related). I mean, it doesn't look too bad, and the reviews are okay, but I realize that portables aren't exactly the best.
I don't want to be rude, so I can't sell/take it back. So, are there any accessories/modifications you guys would recommend to make it more usable?
Keep in mind who the reviewers are--people like your gf who have zero experience with vinyl, who go to urban outfitters and buy the cheapest TT there and a copy of the new Lana Del Rey LP.
The only reasonable thing to do is to return it. Explain to her that you appreciate the gesture but what she bought you is of horrid quality and stands a good chance of damaging your music.
>pic related, the turntable I'm getting
Hey /mu/, I've decided to join in on the fad and start a vinyl record collection. However, I know next to nothing about it. Just hoping you guys could answer a few questions/give me some advice.
Do I really need a brush and expensive sleeves? I'm planning on at least getting a cheap wet-cleaning kit and a stylus brush. I found 50 sleeves on amazon for $20, but that seems a bit steep.
What could I use for storage? I know they need to be upright, dry, etc. But I'm not going to buy a specific container. Would a bookshelf work if I made sure they were vertical?
I'm planning on getting most of my records from yard sales, flea markets, etc. But for specific albums, is discogs a good place to buy?
This'll probably be archived with no replies, but just thought I'd try.
1. That's a bad turntable, damages records over time and is generally a lot lower of quality than the AT-LP120.
2. I recommend you spend the money on a nicer brush and especially the turntable, both of those are going to be a lot nicer to have in the long run than what you currently plan on getting.
3. Of course, a bookshelf isn't gonna cause any problems if you take care of your records.
4. Discogs is fine for specific albums, watch out because shipping is a bitch. Amazon is pretty great for getting most albums that are still in circulation due to the free shipping.
I want to have way more organized music suggestions than I will ever need
>flow charts for artists with under 6 albums
/mu/ is more reddit all the time. you are actually a fucking idiot if you can't figure out how to order 6 or fewer albums without consulting a guide
So does /mu/ listen to talentless nigger propaganda ironically? Or do you faggots actually think you're black? Or is it that you think you're supporting "le black power XD"
What's some essential cuck-core?
I need your help. Is anyone here into early 60's pop-music? I need it for one project. Ideally I need no-names, preferably from year 1962. Thanks in advance.
There's a compilation of a bunch of nonames from the 60's I believe called "nuggets, artyfacts from the psychedelic era" or something like that.
You might start with that
I dunno man this could be a good thread
its finally here, the reveal for the 2015 Winter /mu/chellapaloozaroo
for those who dont know, /mu/chella is our bi annual LISTENALONG event. a special time of year where we listen to music spread across 10 days and pretend were outside at a real music festival
so stick around for the reveal ITT
for any questions you may have, come talk to us in the /mu/radio irc @
Rate each /mu/core album.