Can /mu/ possibly name a genre that is overall as objectively terrible as pop punk?
ITT: post albums that are literally the only album that you need to listen to from it's respective genre
starting with the most obvious example because why not?
dubs pick my vaporwave name.
I was so bored by this album I actually took a lot of time to explore the foundations of jazz, and I can say, after learning more about earlier jazz, this album is both boring and bland, with him trying to rip of John Coltrane without actually understanding why Trane was good in the first place.
Post your favorite hardcore punk album
Can someone recommend me more Hardcore Punk in the style of the Dead Kennedys? I really like their bass tone and how varied the songs are as well as their emphasis on musicality and melody. I like Minor Threat and The Casualties too but sometimes it all starts to melt together and I can only pay attention to the lyrics for so long.
>mfw I'm in love with Lauren (formerly known as Lauren (Not Mayberry))
music for this feel?
also love music general
Alright, Karl here with some rockbusters for ya
Ofh this blokes a bit mean but also very powerful, he's in charge (KK)
Gandalf wouldn't like her (B)
This man liked his wine. (DM)
I really, really, really like this image.
good effort but this will always be the best thom yorke image
Show me the worst you've got, /mu/.
Cut out the Pitchfork Top50 from your own AOTY list. Which albums are left?
Kendrick Lamar - To Pimp a Butterfly
Jamie xx - In Colour
Grimes - Art Angels
Vince Staples - Summertime '06
Tame Impala - Currents
Sufjan Stevens - Carrie & Lowell
D'Angelo / The Vanguard - Black Messiah
Miguel - Wildheart
Courtney Barnett - Sometimes I Sit and Think, and Sometimes I Just Sit
Kamasi Washington - The Epic
Oneohtrix Point Never - Garden of Delete
Father John Misty - I Love You, Honeybear
Joanna Newsom - Divers
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So, is he a starman, or is he a blackstar?
If Kurt hadn't died do you think there's a chance he might have gone back to his roots with Nirvana's 4th album and made it actual grunge instead of the bland pop-punk of Nevermind and In Uterus?
This is their best album. Prove me otherwise.
Beatles or Stones?
i don't like either but i'd be hard fucking pressed to say the stones were better musicians