>musician farts during song
>the live version of a song is 1000x better than the studio version
Reccomendations for 'big/overwhelming/huge' sounding bands? Already got Godspeed You! Black Emepeor, Swans, Boredoms, Boris, Sunn O))), Miles Davis (Fusion era), Can, Acid Mothers Temple, Faust, Pink Floyd (I guess counts?)
You didn't list any shoegaze, are you not looking for Shoegaze recs? Because when I think of big/overwhelming/huge sound I think of Mbv. Also Here Comes The Indian sort of fits that description
Why can Jazz musicians put out consistently amazing albums for decades, but rock musicians struggle to put out 2-3 great albums.
Why could Bach make nearly 300 hours of the most groundbreaking, universal, wholesome, innovative, emotional, educational, intellectual, mathematical and spiritual music, that's nearly 2 weeks long of 24/7 music, over 1000 works, while "musicians" today make barely 1/100th of that
Will her next album be not-shit?
ITT: Albums in which the last 3 songs are the best.
Getting the easiest one out of the way first.
Does vinyl really sound any better than anything else?
It entirely depends on the mixing and mastering of the music (sometimes it's different for vinyl for a number of reasons), and the playback equipment.
Any other answer someone gives you is fucking false.
I'll be straight up with you /mu/, I'm an adult without much time find new music that I like. But I know that stagnating musical tastes is the first step towards death. So please do this old faggot a favor and recommend me some good new indie pop/folk shit that focuses on melodic harmonies. Thanks for letting me exploit your freedom and youth.
it's my shitty music tastes
This album's so disappointing to me, because I know lots of people love it, but I don't see the appeal in it at all. I always hear it's the greatest guitar record ever, but nothing about it sounds special.
what sounds like this? i'm looking for something with the same energy as opposed to more sparse deliberate stuff like Rodan - Rusty
I have Rachel Goshwell as a friend on Facebook. She recently posted a article piece in which Bjork was discussing the music industry and how it was a "boys club". Now lately there's been a lot of talks in the media about sexism and over all the current relationship between the sexes. I was very tempted to comment on her status, but given the people who commented on her status I knew I wasn't going to get a levelheaded discussion. So do you guys think? Is the music industry really sexist against women, or is this just another instance of the radical left's...
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This is the most unappreciated person in music since 1997
If Kurt had lived 5-10 more years (1999-2004), would he be less famous?
His coolness was dried up when he died, it'd been a year or two of nothing and music was changing. He'd have turned into nobody, the guy Dave Grohl would have laughed about in interviews.
God tier Lo-Fi albums thread.
Guys... this is big
in so many ways