>massive backlog that will take until 2018 at least to cover
>keep listening to music that isn't on it
I want to start producing for myself and i've been looking at ableton 9 intro. Would this be a good choice for a beginner?
We talk post-rock. Stay cool and avoid the ''muh 3rd wave'' comments.
>Shares and Requests
>What's next for post-rock
>Post your projects (bandcamps whatnot)
Have fun, stay cool.
This is the music board right? What do you guys listen to?
No, this is the meme board. We only listen to Neutral Milk Hotel, Death Grips, and Radiohead.
This is a good representation of the what this board listens to.
BROKE DOWN A FEW MORE BARRICADES
GOT ME A FEW MORE ACCOLADES
Does /mu/ secretly love this album or what?
I really really loved the second track but the rest of the album is shit
currents is a turd. their only solid album imo is innerspeaker and even then, it's nothing earth shatterting
>after stumbling upon the 17th Twenty One Pilots thread in the catalog, the kids having a party down the street start playing "Car Radio"
>I sit alone in my room, cut off from all forms of social interaction, forced to listen to the voice of my generation
so does anyone else think they're the next animal collective?
Most overrated albums of all time thread
Why/when did indie music stop being popular?
It had a run from late 2000s to 2012/2013 or so
Then it got replaced by hip hop or EDM or something
When was the zeitgeist?
I remember being on /mu/ during indie rock's height during like 2010/2011 and shit
indie's hay-day was from ~2003-2011. From ~2006 on rap really started to treat ground on the mainstream exploding into the monolith it is today around 2008-2009. During those years there was also a much larger focus in EDM even within the music of traditional popstars (think Rihanna and Calvin Harris, for example) so the EDM kids had their day in the sun for a few years (it's dying down slowly now).
Indie was completely passé by 2012.
there hasn't been any exciting indie releases lately. it's all been rehashes or the same generic formula with everyone having the same vocal style.
the only relevant indie rock artist right now among young people i can think of is mac demarco.
Should i listen to flac or mp3 if i have shitty speakers and sound card?
Hearing the difference now isn't the reason to encode to FLAC. FLAC uses lossless compression, while MP3 is 'lossy'. What this means is that for each year the MP3 sits on your hard drive, it will lose roughly 12kbps, assuming you have SATA - it's about 15kbps on IDE, but only 7kbps on SCSI, due to rotational velocidensity. You don't want to know how much worse it is on CD-ROM or other optical media.
I started collecting MP3s in about 2001, and if I try to play any of the tracks I downloaded...
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Can we talk about Pat the Bunny?
Favourite band/project? Favourite tracks? Is he really gone for good? Where and when can I get his last with Ceschi?
i like ramshackle glory a lot, fantastic live show and "live the dream" was a record i was addicted to for a few months
wingnut dishwashers union songs are fun to play on guitar when you're getting drunk w crusties and anarchists
Just marathoned the first two tracks...Is The Whole Album Like This?
Unlike anything i can think of
Well worth a listen
Get off /mu/ and lay back, shut your eyes and let the music take over
How do i get into electronic music?
I tryed, but it looks all the same, so generic.
>/mu/ tells you artist is shit
>Listen to them anyways
>You love them
Whats they're name /mu/
look there's nothing wrong with liking different things from /mu/ but if you're only excuse for liking coheed is nostalgia or "it sounds good in my head"
then don't be a baby when /mu/ shits on you
Do you like this album?