Describe your musical act and/or the album you are working at and others tell you if they would listen to it. Do not post videos or links or anything, just describe it, and others judge. Maybe tell the name of your band/your stage name.
One man, studio-only black metal/blackened noise act featuring prominent drumming over some guitar heavy noise with influences of psychedelic black metal. Albums usually feature 10 tracks or less and have no lyrics.
YOU KNOW WHERE YOU ARE?
YOU'RE IN THE JUNGLE BABY
post albums that you unironically love that you know that the majority of /mu/ despise and get off to the chorus of REEEEEEEEEEEEEEs
Holy shit this was great.
New clipping when?
I have mild tinnitus. I usually sleep with a white noise machine to mask it, but I'm starting to get a little bored with it. Can you recommend some gentle, non-intrusive music that'd be good for background? Preferably something without lyrics, like classical or electronic of some kind.
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i have a rateyourmusic page:
>dark dreamy lofi
>ffo teen suicide, have a nice life, Giles Corey, Elvis depressedly
Cassettes on sale now, two for one deal
lil video for Pretend someone made for me
> Projekto Sendecida - Santa Fe, Argentina
> psychedelic, instrumental, first wave post rock
We have a brand new studio album called Projekto de Bombas, made in collaboration with Pradera de Bombas, a band we're friends with and share one member. So this is a different album for us.
Check out also our other albums:
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>ambient, drone, piano
>available on Spotify
>>65254526 - that's nice
Can we agree that the half after God Only Knows is worse than the first half?
>painting with drops
>/mu/ appreciates the fanboy and chum chum influence and likes it
>many claiming it'll be the modern pet sounds
>pitchfork drops their 6.2
>/mu/ immediately pans it and now thinks it's the shittiest album of the year
why can't you guys form your opinions instead of being blatant drones?
Post your music-related opinions that you don't share on /mu/ to avoid being judged.
Female musicians who are hot and have good music. Molly rankin of Alvvays in pic related
>UP IN JIMMY PAGE'S CASTLE
What kind of music does /mu/ listen to?
Am I wrong to think this is the best Radiohead album???
Post em, review em, rec em
hope u enjoy, will review whoever reviews
not my album, but ive been digging the shit out of it lately so i'll post it here
HOME - Odyssey
>comfy warm retro vibes
seems like good tunes to study, work on a project to. nice and mellow. production quality seems pretty dece too.
Does /mu/ like Jeff Beck?