You can never ever go to parties anymore because they always play pleb music
They see me trollin
Now they hatin
Sayin I'm autistic and white and nerdy
>cringing at low bitrate
>hearing Lana Del Rey
>listening to people casually insult Kanye
>when somebody mentions NMH outside of your social circle
>"what are you listening to, anon?"
>not being able to make my gf a mix CD because 0% of my library is accessible to her
>tfw cock-chaffe because I constantly jerk off in patrish threads on /mu/
>be in the car with my now ex-girlfriend
>stops putting on some shit called kawaii trap and edm
>put my headphones on and ignore her the whole trip jamming to Detroit Techno
>she tells me i have bad taste in music for not liking edm
>never talk too her again
tis the life bros of a patrician.
>You will never be able to turn on the radio and have it spew out the next great song you love after the other.
I'm not really concerned with that. I understand that I'll never jive with anybody 100%, so I pick and choose what I share with folks. I have friends to discuss music with and a gf to share a bed with.
I have a friend like this. It's pretty fucking irritating, but he goes to festivals and has tons of fun and pulls mad pussy, so I don't have much room to hate.
Your gf probably cheats on you when she goes to shows.
I'm not even that far into patrician-hood (the most accessible scaruffi-core at best), but I still have trouble finding people IRL who like stuff that doesn't play on the radio. People here like to make fun of "lol I'm such a hipster" people who think Nuetral Milk Hotel is the most obscure thing ever, but I haven't met anyone close to that.
I live in a town where NMH is legitimately 2obscure4u-type music. I don't know where these mutants live where they're surrounded by patrish hipsters listening to nothing but noise and krautrock.
Pretty much but Its easier on the internet to fine people like that
but in real life forget about it.
i have a friend who has 2 copies of goodkidmaadcity
but he just plays swimming pools and the beginning parts of M.A.A.D. City over and over
300 plays of that shit on his itunes .
It's not that they're too lazy, it's just that they don't care.
For most people, music is the pleasant background noise that plays on the radio when driving to work, or when socializing at a party.
>it's just that they don't care
And that's the main difference between a pleb and a patrican, patricians are always eager to learn new stuff, while plebs rather stay in their ignorant comfort zone.
You can apply this to all aspects of life, not just music.
Which is why it's so weird when you hear some girl talk about whatever Lana Del Rey song that defines her like it's the first time she's ever actively listened to a song. I don't doubt that it's a very real experience for these types of people, but it's a testament to how fucking little people actually care about music. Yet, at the same time, they hold musicians in such fucking high regard. It's so strange.
>they hold musicians in such fucking high regard
Common theme with that is the lack of a father figure or even parents to look up too. so they rely on "role models" to define them
which is why mainstream music will always stand. the artist are promoting a image for people to follow. false or not people will fall for it.
Instead of paying attention to the music they mostly focus on keywords and the person whos singing it.
>ommon theme with that is the lack of a father figure or even parents to look up too. so they rely on "role models" to define them
Has nothing to do with lack of father figure, literally everyone needs role models in life
I feel more and more patrician each day and discovering new music is joy to my life
however i find that my friends doesn't meant much to me as they used to be and i feel kinda isolated, cuz you can't discuss the thing you want to discuss the most with them, because they're pleb
i'm sure all of you have this feel
No I agree on role models
but Imo been inspired by say like your ancestors
even people who have done great for your country or who has made a great impact on human progression
is far better then some pop star who will probably fade away in a couple years.
Be chilling at my friends 420 blazing it. I usually play music, so my friend says "hey anon put on some trippy electronic music" I play some aphex twin, and it plays for about two minutes until people start saying "wtf is this shit put on some slrillex or deadmau5. Well, I tried.
Be chilling at my friends 420 blazing it. I usually play music, so my friend says "hey anon put on some trippy electronic music" I play some aphex twin, and it plays for about two minutes until people start saying "wtf is this post african repetition shit put on some stockhausen. Well, I tried.
Well here's the thing, she's not just thinking about how Lana Del Rey defines her and keeping that feeling close to her as a personal relationship to her music. She's talking about it and letting everyone know how much "music is her life" so that people will see how deep and emotional she is. Along with the plebs who treat music as plesant background noise, there are the plebs (and many pseudo-patricians do this too) who use music as a tool to build their whole identiy around. She talks about how the music "defines her," other than her "defining the music".
I know what you're saying, but I don't think there's anything inherently wrong with using music to define PART of yourself. It's just bad when people use the music they listen to as a substitute for having a personality.
ITT: people who have nothing but the knowledge of obscure albums and their sounds.
Have you ever wondered why you can't relate to anyone, anon? Like you have nothing to talk about if it isn't music?
Typically people do not spend their free time painstakingly researching new music. They spend it living their lives.
My point is that if you have trouble relating with someone, find common ground. In 99% of anon's cases, that means going out and living your life, not trapped in your room learning everything there is to know (taught by people just like you) about: comics, literature, films, TV shows, music, genre fiction, action figures, games. . .
maybe you should all stop being massive tryhards and actually allow yourself to enjoy things
nobody is ever going to play charles mingus at a party, nobody is ever going to discuss earth 2 vs. pentastar with you when they're trying to have a good time, nobody is going to give a shit if their music is in .flac or not when they're playing it over speakers in a noisy room full of people
people play fun music when they're having fun
stop being butthurt that everybody doesn't devote their lives to the same hobby as you
I see through your web of lies
>that means going out and living your life, not trapped in your room learning everything there is to know (taught by people just like you) about: comics, literature, films, TV shows, music, genre fiction, action figures, games. . .
But doing just that is living my life.
>work for a high end loudspeaker company
>test and refurbish speakers
>play different types of music
>my superior always comments on it
>he plays nothing but death metal, rap rock, Devin Townsend, and 311
>in the warehouse area it's nothing but alt rock radio and Weezer everyday
I actually can't recall ever hearing anything by Weezer in public besides Island in the Sun and Beverly Hills
Not even Say It Ain't So, but i think most people are familiar with that song