>soul/funk/r&b/gospel/modern funk/Northern soul
>middle East/Asian/Caribbean traditional
>afro beat/JuJu/Semba/other African genres
>traditional European folk
>downtempo/lounge/chill out/acid jazz/nu jazz
>EAI/turntable/tape/no input-mixing/prepared guitar/piano
>vocal/ragtime/funeral/soul/dixieland/big band jazz
>non p4ktronica or /bleep/core 'electronic music'
It's what happens when Germans congregate
Holy shit, my father knows how to dance that. And better than them, apparently.
This too. I remember loving it when I was 16-17. I enjoy it still, but I'm not a retard about it.
Scandinavian. Which is why it's weirder.
>considering censorship as a means to a better board
But he's right. You've only proven to be one of those underage posters with that reaction.
"Mr. Rockist", what the fuck is wrong with you?
So you agree we should let /pol/ parade itself around here, right? Because no censorship.
>Inb4 "it's different"
>So you agree we should let /pol/ parade itself around here, right? Because no censorship.
shh, you're gonna wake them.
Name 3 albums with Pitchfork scores above 8/10 for any of those.
No, didn't think so, fuck off.
Rarely ever do harsh noise threads get lots of replies. Noise rock threads usually get a lot, but it usually gets filled with punk that has been mislabeled as noise rock or just becomes a circle jerk about Arab on Radar or Brainbombs.
you will always get my reply for
>space age pop
>>afro beat/JuJu/Semba/other African genres
The massive amounts of white guilt ingrained into every /mu/ poster will compel them to respond
Why do you think there's so many Hip-Hop threads every day?
Traditional European folk is my jam. There's lots and lots of different sounds since it's such a broad category, but it's worth checking out, there's something for everybody. First link is one of the most criminally underrated bands of all time, open-minded post-rock fans should appreciate them.