Which one is it /mu/ ?
so whats next?
What u guys do if his album gets a grammy, or several?
Why is everyone overhyping Future so much?
His flow is shit, it's monotone and he sounds disinterested, plus, listen to this
He is literally struggling to sing.
>LOOOVE UGH UUUGHHH UUGHH LOO--OOO-OOVUUUGHHH UHHH
Doesn't help that he's using autotune either. He's literally Swizz Beatz tier.
betsy bday soon
this thread is dedicated to the everchanging sun, obscured by clouds filled with gust.
i'm a having a splitting headache, should I take a pill, y/n?
basil kirchin is great
is sigh holding an estus flask?
ITT: discs which were influential for the development of a new music genre/style, but which were soon forgotten or overshadowed
Pic related is Days of Future Passed (1967) by the Moody Blues. I discovered this disc only recently, but when I first listened to it I was blown away by its rich arrangements and complexity. I always thought that King Crimson's first album was the starting point of the prog rock, but after listening to this album from the Moody Blues I had to change my mind.
It was influential to the genre, but it wasn't the genre itself. Just in case.
Also, Gun's self titled had way more influence on Crimson's debut than Moody Blues.
>There actual plebs who unironically dislike bjork
If you needed any more proof that Syd Barrett was the true genius behind Pink Floyd, jsut listen to this bad boy.
Roger Waters became the creative head of a band that lost their creative and charismatic leader because Barrett was a drug addled loser.
Who was the genius again?
And yeah I'm going to need more proof than 3 albums worth of material and a shitty EP of Demo's.
What is good exercise music?
Songs with creepy/stalker-tier lyrics
>Well I’d rather see you dead, little girl
>Than to be with another man
>You better keep your head, little girl
>Or I won’t know where I am
>You better run for your life if you can, little girl
>Hide your head in the sand little girl
>Catch you with another man
>That’s the end’a...
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Every breath you take and every move you make
Every bond you break, every step you take, I'll be watching you
Every single day and every word you say
Every game you play, every night you stay, I'll be watching you
Oh, can't you see you belong to me
How my poor heart aches with every step you take
Every move you make, every vow you break
Every smile you fake, every claim you stake, I'll be watching you
>“The butterscotch lamps along the walls of the tight city square bled upward into the cobalt sky, which seemed as strikingly artificial and perfect as a wizard’s cap.”
So, you guys consider a website that publishes something like this to be the preeminent authority on music?
Honestly I have to Google it every time I see this because I'm not sure what's real and what's just memes at this point. But it's real, it's all real and it was written 15 years ago and people still act like pitchfork has any fucking clue what they're doing. And Kid A is one of my favorite albums
Brent the crescendo is a legit really good reviewer. He acknowledges the listening experience as largely abstract and entirely subjective, but still manages to express his thoughts about the music in an eloquent and satisfying way.
Any music out there about ego death?
How come busta rhymes always makes these insane appearances on albums and just dominates everywhere, but he doesn't have a successful solo career of his own? I never see anyone talking about busta rhymes. I mean, listen to his verses on tribe's album, listen to his verses on slum village's album. He's insane, he has original style, he has the most infectious flow. I don't get why he's not more legendary.
1. I Love You, Honeybear- Father John Misty
2. VEGA INTL. Night School- Neon Indian
3. Live From the Dentist Office- Injury Reserve
4. Born in the Echoes- The Chemical Brothers
5. Compton- Dr. Dre
6. Depression Cherry- Beach House
7. Garden of Delete- Oneohtrix Point Never
8. The Powers That B- Death Grips
9. If You're Reading This, It's Too Late- Drake
10. Ratchet- Shamir
Purposefully left out: To Pimp a Butterfly and Art Angels