>I got so much weed in my blunt I could make a fuckin mullet
What did he mean by this?
We discuss the meaning of John Cage's 4:33.
wasn't the proposed meaning that the ambience and chance sounds of the space became the piece? an awareness sort of thing?
cage himself loved traffic sounds, he was trying to tune the audience into the musical qualities of their environment?
To my understanding, he believed that music represented a chaotic universe. By creating a piece of silence, he could represent his perceived ordered universe; a view he adopted from Zen Buddhism.
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Why isn't rock music as popular as it was before? even in the 90's rock music was still very popular but now it's more of an underground thing.
When my local music fest ends up having one of the best lineups of the year
Can someone explain EDM/electronic music to me? I'm genuinely trying to find redeeming factors and I can't. I want to give it the benefit of the doubt, but it's just so hollow, vapid, and ersatz. Look, I like getting fucked out of my mind and seeing a show too, but it seems like that's all it is.
Does a sadder album exist?
This is a sweet /mu/ album but it gets tiring quick. after just a few months i don't ever listen to it anymore. I'm not surprised a lot of people here don't like it.
I still think it's fantastic though, Kettering, Sylvia, Two, Epilogue are all fantastic songs.
ITT: /mu/ in 1983
being really objective here...
Greenwood is just essential, and probably the most important member of the band. The well recognized sound that originated in In Rainbows was purely because of him. It was his clean guitar riffs and progressions, and dynamic yet gentle percussion in tracks that really gave a true meaning to the songs and helped to morph radiohead's new sound. York's work within radiohead is notable as well, but it's nit as defining or significant as Greenwood's.
What are some good dubstep albums I can torrent?
The new Thrice album is some quality post-hardcore if you're into that.
I love it. Been a Thrice fan for 6 years now. Not as "original" as their other stuff but it is so well put together that it doesn't even matter.
Black Honey and The Window are my faves.
what's your favorite song right now (not all time)?
what do you like about it?
>shoot a hoe just to make money
>out on the streets like pablo honey
what did they mean by this
Is all Post Hardcore trash, /mu/?
What up /mu/ Post vocaroo of your shit bars and I'll give it the R-R-R-REMIX treatment.
Example - original video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tpO2tVGReY0
Taster of remixing skillz https://clyp.it/xrpracq5
So where are all my spiritual lyrical miracles at?
Post vocaroo and which beat you want mixing with (instrumentals only dumbass,and link to youtube vid is appreciated).
How do we save him?