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itt: 'musicians' that pretend to be DIY and 'indie' when in fact they're just industry puppets
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>Sitting on an angry chair
Was he talking about sitting on a toilet?
>he listens to rap
>he thinks music is a grocery shopping list
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Can't wait guys, soon it will be here - and by soon I mean probably after christmas
Anyone else get themselves a nice christmas present? Any new gear you guys are awaiting?
I'm a music conservatory graduate. I spent years analyzing music for grades, so when I come across something that's garbage, I know. Rap music has the melodic complexity of a train horn (actually less; train horns often are tuned to a tritone, which seem to be absent in Rap) and the lyrical complexity barely goes beyond a 3rd grade vocabulary. Not only is this music intended for ignorant audiences, it's intended to provoke ignorant young people into committing crimes, in order to fill the for-profit prisons in the US.
Please, just don't respond at all.
listen old timer, if you enjoy the sounds of trains so much maybe that's how you should end it.
Do I look cool?
Is disliking The Beatles the ultimate sign of a pleb?
Is she the Bowie of our generation?
There can be no Bowie of our gen since androgyny is common now.
ST. Vincent loves Bowie and her music kinda sounds like his at points.
Ariel Pink is flamboyant but has nowhere near the fame and he's more reserved too.
Your pic related is nothing like him
Seeing Bowie is coming back in 2016, Bowie is the Bowie of our generation.
No, that's Annie Clark. Grimes is the new Bjork (the playful & quirky Bjork from the 90s, not the pretentious one after that).
ITT: classic rock albums that still sound fresh
Do any of you guys write reviews, like on a personal blog or on RYM? If so, I'd like to read some of the stuff you guys write. You can read some of my reviews on RYM (https://rateyourmusic.com/~jmarcus42) or link right to my blog where I cover film as well (jmarcus42.wordpress.com). I just want to see what other people are writing about! Pic unrelated.
Your reviews are embarassing and laughably pseudo-intellectual. Delete your reviews, delete your profile, never visit /mu/ again.
seriously, introducing art angels with:
>Aristocracy has always believed that works of high art have some ephemeral ability to instill moral goodness in people
rec some shit similar to clipping, dälek, blackhandpath, death grips, etc.
Let's have a civilized discussion of TMR.
I think people make it seem like more of a difficult album than it is. Most likely because the first few songs are some of the most chaotic. There are plenty of relatively straightforward songs like Moonlight on Vermont and Sugar and Spikes.
What do you honestly think of TMR or Beefheart in general. Posts including the words "scaruffi", "patrician" or "pleb" will be instantly discarded.
The first time I listened i stared blankly to the wall while the music was played, later I reached veteran day poppies, kinda sounded like a normal song. I didn't like it, even i tried to listen to it multiples times, five or six. People say it's good, but to me was a hobo screaming to a mic.
The only thing that bother's me is, you know, the sax.
I mostly used the Captain's voice as sort of an anchor for a semblance of structure and I had a decently enjoyable experience.
I mean, it's just the blues! It's not like you're listening to Nurse With Wound (though the Captain DID influence NWW a whole lot).