ITT: albums that should be at least listen too in everybody's life.
>deliberately avoided Annie's music because I'm fucking stupid and thought it would be shit
>bored as fuck one day
>give it a try
>holy shit kinda based
Would about you /mu/?
Gimme your best garage rock/punk recs, shit for when you feel burned out and you just want to bum smokes to calm your nerves and sit on the pavement talking shit
really digging Dilly Dally right now
If this is your Album of the Year you're as big of a meme as Kanye.
Hey /mu/, what are some nice, quiet ambient albums? I'm tired of listening to pic related or Eno's music for bus shelters and whatnot when studying in the middle of the night.
>I Believe In You starts playing
What puts a smile on your face no matter what?
Basically every part of Freddie Freeloader
>The loveable earworm of a chorus
>Wynton's flippant bluesy solo that gets more and more ambition as he keeps going
>That triple b flat from Miles to kick off his solo
>When Miles starts into a blues motive, then subverts it until the entire melody falls apart and he sticks to a single pitch
>When Coltrane's solo starts out and nearly any other rhythm section would fall...
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>I talked to peachy peach about kissy kiss
The way he delivers this totally silly line just gets me every time. I fucking love it.
At what age did you grow out of Type 0?
>it's not a stretch to reason that To Pimp a Butterfly had something to do with why Kanye West and Drake didn't release proper studio albums in 2015
Who's hyped for Bowie's new single tomorrow?
A version of the song taken from Bowie's musical of the same name: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HP5dGI5pCrw
Honestly, I think he looks good. Looks like his Outside/Earthling period. He's looked worse that's for sure.
5x5, last 7 days. guess > rec > r8
god I'm tired
your family loves it when you read them stories, purely because your narration is so comfy and vivid
You like hanging out with your closer friends a lot
what is a tripfag, senpai?
>lives with James Blake
>only make one song together
Why Is this allowed?
They both heavily influenced by gospel. Why don't they make a collab album?
ITT: Albums you checked out just because of the album cover
I think I'm gonna check out that album you posted now
Thoughts on this album?