You're in a shoot out and you look to your right what rapper would you want to see next to you? pic related
There is LITERALLY nothing wrong with this entire album. Please civilly debate me on what is objectively bad about any songs on it.
Any attempts at add hominum will be ignored.
I'm compiling a list of popular albums I listened to and decided I hated, but might come to like now that I upgraded my headphones. What am I missing?
Challenge: Listen to it 5 times in a row
>paying $400 a ticket to hear a bunch of Sinatra covers in a voice that sounds like you swallowed a sack of gravel
Let's talk retirement, shall we, Robert?
So what do you think of this band?
In this thread we say one line from a song and If you hear it you lose or win or whatever
A SURFF RAWWKK BAAHANND
She's still dead. Froot was great though
MGMT is the eponymous third studio album by the American rock band MGMT, released on September 17, 2013 by Columbia Records. The album features a variety of unique visual elements to accompany and illuminate the music via "The Optimizer", which provides listeners a simultaneously aural and optical listening experience featuring video and CGI work, and is available as part of an enhanced album package on all commercial formats
What's his endgame?
What will music in the 2020s be like.
What is your favourite album of all time?
Mine is pic related.
What music does she listen to
>hard mode: no St. Vincent
Im a big fan of smooth jazz, and the type of music you hear on the weather channel or waiting at the airport.
I just discovered vaporware and I think its a very interesting evolution of the genre. I love how it has a fast pace but still remains smooth and easy to listen to.
I'm trying to find more good Vaporwave tracks/artists but I keep running into this Aesthetic stuff that is just garbage noises. There does not seem to really be any consistency. I was looking at an a few recommendation images and the stuff they group together is completely random.
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This is close, it's what i'm looking for but I want something with more samplings from jazz and piano themes. I'm not to big on the glitchy computer sounds.
Should noise be listened to as "angry" music, or is that more reserved for power electronics and the like? Or, is it meant to be listened to from a colder analytical standpoint? I can't tell. Typically I find myself listening to it as I would listen to metal, for instance, though I can't help but feel as though I'm missing the point somewhat.
Which is best?
Post comfy rap album
is there any good jazz influenced rock music?
something more out there
Why isn't anybody talking about this?
Yo /mu/ I'm bored of music, it all feels boring, predictable, and cliche
Recommend me some music that will blow me away
You could post many great post-hardcore bands in this thread.
in this thread itt we make up new music genres.
Intelligent thrash music
SOME STAY DRY AND OTHERS FEEL THE PAIN
>He is 44 and he becomes ugly.
Does 4chan like these guys?