This thread is for music, artists, albums or entire genres you'd like to discuss that would 404 on their own.
one of my favorite albums of all time
Who likes tin hat? Anyone wanna upload helium?
Opinions? I think it's one of the best albums of the century so far.
I posted about this, and it's about to 404 with only like 2 responses lol.
Anyone a fan of the new Elder album?
I think this is a great band. Minus their last album which is beyond crap.
This album is a masterpiece, In Flames' best album and should be held as an absolute staple for what doing mainstream metal sounds like.
Really nice album full of groovy The Field remixes, I'm surely not the only one who listens to this on a regular basis.
I agree mostly, but there was ONE ok ska-punk album
I'm a tiny bit hyped for the new Torres LP. Didn't even know of her/them until now.
It seems really nothing special but I "feel it" right now.
Other than that new Jenny Hval seems interesting. Comes out in June I think.
I love their first two albums, there isn't anything else who sounds like them
>olli will never be popular
14 year old and full of feels
Future Funk is looking good right now as well
This is my main gripe with /mu/
You either talk about stuff you like but no one knows so you can't discuss it
you talk about popular stuff which you dont really care about
Im only here for Jenny Death release shitstorm
How about the best 70s band? Big Star motehrfuckers
>Dubstep is shit, with the exception of one or two skrillex songs
>Coldplay are far better than Radiohead and, especially U2 (who are probably the worst band of all time)
>Blur's only good song is Song 2 and they really are talentless dickheads.
>Oasis is far better than Blur by a long shot and are the only good Britpop band besides Coldplay.
>Mumford and Sons and Imagine Dragons are actually pretty good and should be commended for being some of the few good indie bands who infiltrated the mainstream
>Music definitely has gone somewhat downhill and the shear quantity of music released nowadays means that good music is harder to find
>Trip-hop is shit (Even Burial and Massive Attack)
>Queen, Pink Floyd, and The Beatles were really great bands and are probably the most influential artists of the 60s, 70s, and 80s.
>Nirvana was the second best artist of the 80s and the best artist of the 90s.
>UK Garage music is the best musical genre to be invented in the last 10 years and UK garage bands like the white stripes, the strokes, the libertines, and the arctic monkeys were defining bands of the decade
>I really don't like "Oldschool" or "newschool" rap music, but Gorillaz are the best rap group and one of the most creative and innovative bands of the 2000s
>I don't really like much any music released this decade except by established bands
>Metal is not for kids and is a great genre
>Most indie music like fun. and capital cities is crap for girls
>Electronic music isn't a talentless genre (See: Deadmau5, Disclosure, and Daft Punk) but most people who make it are talentless hacks and it barely counts as music
>most /mu/core is shit
>Daft Punk are actually really good and are deserve to be famous
>I don't think that songs without singing are good
>I think jazz is boring
>I think people who still download or own digital copies of music instead of just using spotify and youtube are stupid. And I think people who still buy physical music are even worse and are hipsters.
>you're a wasted face, you're a sad-eyed lie..
>I think Justice is legitimately good and is deserving of praise
I love this album.
I'll check this one out.
I also have not seen pic related brought up.
these two bands dont get enough attention
Does anybody listen to John Lurie and the Lounge Lizards here ?
Their jazz noir on the self-titled record is incredible.
1966-75 era Pink Floyd is really good
I tolerate some hip hop but I don't like it
Kendrick Lamar is too angry, he sounds dumb on all his recordings
Most pop music is good
Song longer than 30 minutes are almost always boring
Radiohead is boring
Been trying to see if anyone on here likes or has even heard this album.
Has anyone heard this album? I'd like to know, it's one of my favorites.
The Wall is pretty worthless as an album alone, but I liked it in context with the movie
I generally agree with you though, my favourites are the early singles, Piper and Saucer for sure.
I never see them here and I dunno why. All of their albums are golden to me (yes, even the early punk ones). Their songwriting is admirable. Geniuses in my book.
I don't necessarily dislike it, but I won't pay for it, that's for sure. And if you can't convey anger without yelling then you're a shitty lyricist and most likely a shitty musician as well.
why would you want to limit yourself in the first place? and why would yelling necessarily have anything to do with anger? and it's not like there's a neat classification of emotions or whatever, like there's a single anger and single sadness and so on. whether you're yelling or not changes the content.
I fucking love Elbow although most people here consider them boring mom rock.
I still find myself going back to Akon's awful releases. Anybody experiencing something similar?
My favorite tracks would have to be Don't Matter and Right Now.
I guess that's right. I mean, I do listen to most things I hear about, just to be able to have an opinion about it. I just don't like it as an aesthetic, it sounds really unappealing.
Some yelling is tolerable to me, like that ramones-style grunting that isn't even real words, parquet courts does that a lot, but the crazy homelessperson vocals is just too silly, man. NLDW sounds like if the guy with cornrows in his beard from S.O.A.D made a brostep album. It's just not acceptable. But I DO make sure to listen to everything I can find, just in case I like it. No luck yet though.
Best post hardcore release of the last 10 years
I've seen a few others mention this and express a general appreciation of Bull of Heaven, but this still most definitely belongs here.
One of my favourite bands ever, I love all of their albums, also like their early hardcore stuff. I wish there was more music with that kind of metal riffs combined with soft vocals and an overall wistful feel. 12 is probably my favourite album by them, there isn't anything that's even remotely similar. With shrink they did what Radiohead were praised for with Kid A, but three years earlier
>tfw Windy & Carl don't get as much love on here
Who /wc/ here?
>bringing certainty into the discussion of Bull of Heaven longplayer quality
I prefer Shrink to Neon Golden tbh. You, The Devil+Me is also good, tho somewhat dull. Their newest one, Close To The Glass was very good imo. Their earlier punk records are decent, but nothing like their more recent stuff
Too often I feel like I'm the only Kettel fan on /mu/.
huh, well I was going to make a thread for this, but I guess I might as well post this here. Anybody want some free hipster-cred? I heard this on NPR just this morning.
Basically there's a state in the middle east that is archiving old obscure music from the area, that otherwise would be lost forever, some of it is really interesting.
>The genre is Sawt, which means voice, and it's thought to be a mix of traditional sea and desert music, combined with a new style which was percolating from Egypt.
This album is a unknown masterpiece.
why do people here hates fun music?
Like the wallflowers, nirvana and the pixies?
Are the kids these days trying too hard to be cool so they succumb to the depths of complete shit?
I cant understand this generation. I cant understand hardcore or these new age non-pleb music.
Oceangrunge is objectively the best genre of this century.
Let's talk about Aes. His latest release feels like an attempt to go back to Labor Days and the albums like it, something that's been latent since Skelethon given that None Shall Pass was a really fuckin' weak album
It is about time someone recognized it.
Lurk here occasionally so I don't know how often Laurie Anderson is talked about around here. First time I listened to O Superman, I thought it was trash. I love it now
Alan Parsons is great. I've only listened to their two popular albums. I'll listen to some more soon. Thanks for the reminder, anon
I'd like to see a punk thread on /mu/ that isn't just a circlejerk about Damaged, Fresh Fruit For Rotting Vegetables, Zen Arcade and fucking Double Nickels On The Dime for once.
Nobody here ever seems to talk about hardcore after 1987, unless it's some shitty Pitchfork-approved band like Fucked Up or Perfect Pussy. Tried making threads about Terror or Xibalba but they always get 0 replies.
>Alternative hip-hop, funk, electronic
>Instrumental reggae, latin jazz, just listen to it faggot.
I've been enjoying downward years to come lately, actually a really good EP. Did you listen to the Nothing/Whirr project, Death of Lovers? Really hoping they do more with that - really good post punk vibes.
not enough prefab sprout love on this bloard
I used to try and share their stuff in old sharethreads but I never got any interest so I eventually stopped. Every one of their albums has a gem or two on it, and Steve Mcqueen is great all the way through.
I pre-ordered $80 worth of merch and cd and regret nothing
anybody here into zolo? it's such a strange genre, if you can even call it that
Hey Supertramp is actually pretty good. I only knew them from their poppy stuff but before that they actually made really great prog-influenced albums like Crime of The Century and Even In The Quietest Moments. No one ever talks about them here though
Any love for this album?
Also, I just realized that they actually recorded a bunch more albums. Any of them good?
I love this
it has my favorite samples ever
>Do The Dog
such a great album
>This thread is for music, artists, albums or entire genres you'd like to discuss that would 404 on their own.
Thank God, someone please help me with this, I've made threads but nobody ever answers
Does Father John Misty have eyebrows?
I look there and it looks like he does but at other times they're gone