What do u tell her
Just say alternative /mu/, I guarantee among the broad genres you listen, A Lot of them could cross paths with "alternative" in a normies eyes. IDM, Shoegaze, industrial, psychedelic, chamber pop, experimental, just call it Alt.
ITT: Andrew Jackson Jihad
Rap albums that make you think
It's Friday! Post your drink and what you're jamming out to
>Creekside Coffee Stout
>XTC - Oranges & Lemons
shout me and ill shout back ily you all
Last 7 days I have been into Animal Collective, Fugazi, Death Grips, Tommy Wright III, Cortex, Suicidal Tendencies, The Smiths, Three 6 Mafia, Tigers Jaw, Wu-Tang Clan, Miles Davis, Radiohead, Bones, Sufjan Stevens, The Avalanches, Aesop Rock, American Football, Black Flag, Bladee and Burzum.
>Last 7 days I have been into Tom Waits, John Frusciante, Bob Dylan and The Band, Hüsker Dü, Joanna Newsom, The Beatles, Frank Zappa, The Residents, Fugazi, The Apples in Stereo, Jimi Hendrix, Stravinsky - Bernstein Israel Philharmonic, The Red Krayola, The Velvet Underground, Neutral Milk Hotel, The United States of America, John Fahey, Van Morrison, Fiona Apple and Hella.
/mu/, help me. I need more mid- to late '80s dance pop/synthpop like Madonna's True Blue: https://youtu.be/snsTmi9N9Gs , with delightfully cheesy vaporwave/Lopatin-style synths and preferrably with classic '80s production with big drums and all. The cheesier, the better. Other examples from the era: Phil Collins, Roxette, Pet Shop Boys.
What I definitely don't want is thin, primitive synths, like from 1981 and before. Also, I am looking for something more dance-oriented, less depressive/dark, so Depeche mode is mostly out, unless it's something like Strangelove.
Is Eminem dadcore at this point...?
A. No, because people who listen to rap don't have dads
B. Yes, he always has been because the kind of people who listen to Eminem have their first children between the ages of 13 and 17.
Take your pick.
/mu/ how do I find local bands playing near me? Is there a good site for it?
What did we think, /mu/?
ITT: Middle school-core that you still listen to.
ITT: Post a song, and review the song posted below
Pretty good. Don't listen to much rap but I like the optimistic vibe and the reggae sounding thing (forgot what it's called) was cool too. 6/10
Everytime I try to write about my depression and insecurities, it comes off as whiny and pretentious. Pic unrelated.
Why do people still talk about The Strokes and treat them like they're relevant when they're in the same category as Hot Chip, The Rapture, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Bloc Party, Franz Ferdinand, Broken Social Scene, Wolf Parade, TV On the Radio, Wilco, The Fiery Furnaces, The New Pornographers, ...And You Will Know Us By the Trail is Dead, Kings of Leon, The Hives, and The Vines as an "early 2000s overhyped band that has maybe 2 or 3 good songs but is irrelevant now and should not be talked about."?
The amount of people who care about a new Strokes album is mind boggling.