Can /mu/ explain why this album is so universally acclaimed? I'm definitely a fan of the Beatles' music
but most of the songs on it just seem so messy with lots of half baked ideas.
Its got a few classic Beatles songs on it, sure, but its far from being a perfect album. Or am I completely
missing the point, and that its crudeness is why people like it so much?
You have 10 seconds to post a more underrated animal collective album than FBK
They're lowkey one of the best bands of this decade.
Action Bronson's rap game is the embodiment of a 5 star restaurant?
His bars have elegance, he's not just another mumbling lean-sipping junkie. This fucker has class
Type the first word of an album and have others guess the name of the album.
How do I become a skilled guitar player in less than 5 years without a teacher?
By far their most detailed production effort since Kid A, perhaps even ecclipsing. On top of that, most adventurous songwriting since Kid A.
I am impressed!
There's no energy in any of the band members, they sound like old men who are losing their connection with each other. On top of that most of the album is midtempo ballads that have a weak sense of melody, an unforgiveable crime.
I'm inclined to agree. Forgot to mention, it feels like a much more honest work than TKOL, they seem to have found a new interest in indulging in some of their pop sensibilities, especially on Burn The Witch
Has Snoop Dogg ever been surprised? I've never seen him without a calm expression, and demeanor.
Who is the Tarkovsky of music
I think a lot of tarkovsky's works have very easily understandable thematic elements. They just are more apparent with repeated listens. So id say swans, sigur ros and maybe some of bjork's more avant garde work.
Post god-tier pop punk that is akin to TSSF and Neck Deep. I am looking for relatively unknown, yet very good stuff. Help me out /mu/
Not quite pop-punk but a great fucking
>find a new song
>love the shit out of it
>play it non-stop
>burn yourself out on it forever
What's her name, /mu/?
>Milk N' Honey
I wish Anderson had more songs like this. It has this incredible attitude and fun personality that's missing from a lot of his other shit, especially his latest album.
Do you guys remember Hollywood undead?
ITT: post albums you've cried to
hip-hop kids who've never listened to anything emotionally-stirring need not apply
So I just read that he never wears earplugs.
How the fuck is he not deaf? How long can you play at insanely loud levels before you do serious damage? Does the hearing loss get progressively worse as you get older?
I was at an outdoor Swans concert and had tinnitus for a couple days. Its crazy that he doesn't, maybe some people just have ears that are tough as nails or he does have some kind of hearing damage and its not as bad for him anymore or something