Daily reminder: Phil Elvrum is a musical genius and you should all get down on your knees and suck his thick, circumcised, American cock for releasing so much transcendental music into the Universe.
>It's that Futurama episode that pretends Beastie Boys and Beck are worth listening to
>it's that one anon on /mu/ that thinks his opinions are worth listening to
>It's that American Dad episode that pretends My Morning Jacket are worth listening to
the 80s are getting old
post overrated artists on /mu/
What's the best album of 2016, so far?
Clara Ionnatta - A Failed Entertainment
I feel like this is exactly what the world needs: Dream Theater is getting a digital board game based off of their latest album The Astonishing.
It is in development right now, and will be available soon for iOS and Android as a free download with additional content available as in-app purchases.
You'll be able to play this solo, pass-and-play local multiplayer, and online.
what does /mu/ think of this album??
>inb4 all jazz
This album is my special lovechild.
Well /mu/, do you agree?
>The Amazing Bananaman
>Didn't even hit play
Is there a /mu/ disscord chat? If not start one please
ITT: Albums 16 year olds think are "deep and challenging"
this is literally korn translated into a noise format
Why does it always seem to be the case when an artist goes solo, none of their releases are any good, there's a few exceptions like Big Boi and Lou Reed, but still
>mfw the anti-tful282 poster scared off the entire tfu282 fanbase off /mu/
How can one fanbase be so sad and pathetic? Press "F" for respects.
ITT: Best of /mu/
What's the longest amount of time an album has taken to "click" with you?
This can mean a specific number of listens, but it can also mean a long amount of time between your first listen and the listen that clicked.
Faust's s/t took the longest for me. I remember liking it the first time I listened, but, even though I loved many works in krautrock and kosmische musik, I couldn't feel it as anything monumental until around a year later, after several listens...then some sort of switch turned and it's become one of my favorite records....
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Lemme sort in chronological order, the albums in which it has taken several listens in my lifetime:
CKY - Carver City: 2
Pestilence - Spheres: 2
Cynic - Focus: 3
Bjork - Homogenic: 2
Gorguts - Obscura: 5
John Zorn - Naked City: 3
Beefheart - TMR: 1
Took Spiderland like 10 times. Couple times listening to it on youtube for lack of a better way, then I got it on CD, sold that CD, and gave it a final chance when I saw another CD copy of it for like 5 bucks, and that time it clicked