Hey /mu/, I have anger management and depression problems. Music has helped me greatly, mainly just music to chill out to with some drinks. What are /mu/'s favorite "chill" albums? I really like folky kind of music like joanna newsom, nick drake, vaporwave, tim buckley, brian eno etc.
>ranked 181st best album of all time
What the fuck RYM?
So I'm making a playlist of depressing/melancholic music, feel free to contribute as many songs as you'd like whether they'd be albums or just individual songs
Only In Dreams
The World Has Turned and Left Me Here
My Name is Jonas
All of it
Let's try this: describe a band or sound you are looking for and other /mu/tants recomend something you should check out.
I start: looking for a garage-psychedelic-stoner band with just two or three members on it and a lot of textures in it's music.
Don't forget to help as much /mu/tants as you can.
Find a flaw
could someone explain to me how this is good?
ITT: Greatest artists of the 21st century.
Does anybody djent here?
Good break up/cheated on albums?
guess this band
If you could only listen to one sub-genre of music for the rest of your life, which would you pick?
Pic-related for me
Which genre of music is the easiest to make?
As someone who doesn't pay close attention to lyrics or really assign much value to them beyond aesthetics, are albums like To Pimp a Butterfly lost on me? I honestly can't get into it and don't understand why it's being hailed as a great.
From what I've read and heard a great deal of the praise has to do with the themes and lyricism of the album which, like I said, I can appreciate but they don't do much in my mind to improve the actual MUSIC and SOUND.
Am I approaching hiphop in the wrong way or should I just give up on trying to enjoy this Butterfly?