I want to Listen to more Normie shit, what are some good Normie Grade Albums? Das Rock is too obvious though.
>Inb4 Drake meme
There is No Artist which is more Normie than Drake, and this Album has like 5 good songs
Honestly love this album
Gains points for being able to love it with normies and anyone who likes to smile
YES YOU FAGGOT
YOU'RE NOT GOING ANYWHERE UNTIL YOU RECORD YOURSELF PERFORMING SOMETHING YOU'VE WRITTEN
USE EITHER OR
ALSO COMMENT ON OTHER PEOPLE'S RECORDINGS OR I'M TAKING YOUR LUNCH, NERD
Here's a 20 minute long video where a guy explains how he makes his music:
Make sure you skip to @12:30 and listen for about 20 seconds.
Then take a listen to his actual music:
I should mention that I'm probably this guy's biggest fan. If you speak Swedish you should check out his Facebook profile as it has gold status like pic related.
This guy is trying to be an actor, a game developer, and a musician at the same time while being unsuccessful with all three. Dig through his YouTube channel and enjoy the sadcringe.
Do we like this album?
Any similar albums?
lot more cluttered and glitchy than a bmsr album. some nice grooves (especially "Gods in Heat")
planning to see the live show, heard he is doing different visuals this show which is exciting.
Some of his nosiest music he's made. Feels a little less grimey than former releases.
I am so depressed I can't see his show in Milwaukee. I'm out of state for a wedding plus venue is 21+ anyway.
True or false
Not everyone can be or is capable of being a good singer and singing is more based on talent than skill
false. its just false. the only people who literally cant be good singers are just people who have hearing disorders and physically cannot discern pitch, or have vocal disorders.
singing is no more than just tightening muscles in your throat. so long as your muscles work (and youre not impaired in the sense that you cant hear pitch), you can sing perfectly.
hey /mu/ can you help me? i'm looking for the name of that one song that goes "beep boop boop bop boop boop beep"
Thoughts on musicians changing their names because they think it's racially insensitive and the politically correct thing to do? Does it affect your opinions about them as a band?
Personally, I will literally delete/disregard your entire discography and not care if the music is actually good. If you change your bands name for any reason related to politics and the sensitivity of people then you should consider ending your career and becoming a waiter for the rest of your life.
But what do you think?
pic related, see also: AJJ and viet cong
another one bitesjw the dust
it comes down to your artistic integrity vs. willingness to bend to keep your career alit within the mainstream
if this move ends up getting the artist farther in their carreer then by not changing their name, then it works. in reality, it shouldn't fucking matter what name you call yourself but if your fanbase mostly consists of politically correct millennials, you better appease them
Who else agrees that this album is criminally underrated? I don't get the fuckin hate for this at all. This is their best album by far..
do you have any tattoo related with music? would you do one? by the way, i wonder is the best music that yeezy ever did.
Anyone here listen to post malone and think hes godlike or is it just me
>people unironically think this is on par with Illmatic or 36 Chambers
Let's be real, this is a 6/10 at best. Biggie's rhymes are elementary school-tier compared to Nas, and the production is pretty basic, not that special.
And worst of all, it's an hour and 17 minutes long, but feels like the length of a fucking Swans album.
Did people really buy edited albums back in the day??
I honestly can't even fathom why somebody would do that.
If you're paying money for a record, you might as well get the explicit version. I don't get it. Explain.
Yeah I had a friend whose parents would only buy him clean versions
I remember the clean version of Doggystyle was kind of bizarre, we were allowed to use them in gym class too so I guess they weren't so bad
I remember being 11 or 12 and being really upset that I accidentally picked up the edited version of Sum 41 - All Killer No Filler.
It's the parents who buy edited versions. Of course nobody buys edited versions themselves. It's also a sign of the 00s - nowadays people aren't as crazy about censorship, but back in the 00s every rock and hip hop record with any cussing or even any vaguely sexual themes had those Parental Advisory stickers. Now it seems like those stickers are even rare. I also think those stickers declined as indie and faux-indie record...
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ITT: Post shitty albums by shitty bands
Not even. It's second rate New Wave, second rate Post-punk, second rate Funk, etc. all under some guise of insufferable artsyness. I have a hard time imagining that the people who love this album have heard any of it's influences.
god tier future bass/trap
Possibly a long shot but, any essential /mu/ reading (not including 33⅓)?
why doesn't /mu/ like The police?
>At first I did love you now I want to fuck
>This dick ain't free
>My hair is nappy, my dick is big, my nose is round and wide
Ladies and gentleman, I present you the most talked and critically acclaimed album of 2010s.
What does /mu/ think of Rancid?
Recommend me some good dj's
Cut Chemist - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3S-aVCbiA-s
DJ Shadow - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3ArSb3lCc28
Kid Koala - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KbFIGFv4GLQ
DJ Krush - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aVjgRlto8PI
Rob Swift - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eyJX7s6_FRM
Roc Raida - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O_Fnj9IESN8
QBert - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cSl0xQp5xJM
Mix Master Mike - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XW2e1kGyKcw
Kentaro - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6myJJbMJ2dQ
DJ Craze - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aCA4yiPfFIg
Christian Marclay - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IIFH4XHU228
Martin Tetreault - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jXjGwbVlO9o
eRikm - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DpaUgwKlQBw
DJ Sniff - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w2Z1_9FChu0
Otomo Yoshihide - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=teiua5kpVO4
Martin Tetreault & Kid Koala - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-Q_rGe6C1S4
Philip Jeck - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=geaIlnlS8bQ
Jérôme Noetinger - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L2MoSvEVzRQ
John Cage - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GLDxqnksY80
Ground Zero - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FTKy3yswbG8
Flash, Bam, Herc, Jazzy Jeff, Grand Wizard Theodore, Mix Master Mike, DJ QBert, DJ Flare, DJ Disk, DJ Apollo, D-Styles, Shortkut, The X-Ecutioners, Roc Raida, Rob Swift, Mista Sinista, The World Famous Beat Junkies, DJ Babu, J Rocc, D-Styles, DJ Rhettmatic, DJ Shortkut, DJ Kentaro, DJ Craze, DJ Klever, A-Trak, Alien Army, Bullet Proof Scratch Hamsters, DJ Eddie Def, Butchwax, Kid Koala, DJ Signify, D-Styles, DJ Vadim, Birdy Nam Nam, DJ Krush, Phonopsychographdisk, Mr. Dibbs, DJ faust, DJ Nu-Mark, Ricci Rucker, Rucker & Boo, Rob Swift, Noisy Stylus, Cut Chemist, Dilla, Wax Tailor, DJ Cam, DJ Cam Quartet, UNKLE, Mike Boo, Bullfrog, Shadow, Aim, Onra, Apollo Brown, Vintage, Damu, Blockhead, One Self, Kenichiron Nishihara, Kenmochi Hidefumi, Nujabes, Big Jon, Chinese Man, Knxledge, Pete Rock, Sixtoo, P-Love
What's the verdict?
Its a good job they force those pesky Kp0p spammers into a single thread so we don't have multiple threads full of waifu spammers, huh.
Shit tier albums you occasionally listen to for pure nostalgia and nothing else?
Guess each other's age.
Who is the edgiest musician /mu/?
>Favorite synthpop album thread go
musical equivalent to these books?