What makes an album or artist pretentious?
Would loveless sound different to you if it had this cover?
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He's got his 8 track playing REALLY FUCKING LOUD
SOMETIMES YOU KNOW YOU JUST WANT TO FUCK SOMEBODY UP
SOMETIMES YOU JUST WANT TO FUUUUUUCK
if it makes you feel better he was cucked at one point
Last one died
You know the drill
its nice but certainly something I wouldnt call great. It seems disjointed in a way.
I like the middle section tho. It feels like a cyriak video. What were you going for tho? Any type of style or artist in mind?
What are mu's thought on this album? I wasn't planning on listening to it, but I played your best american girl on a whim and fell in love with it. The rest of the album is great as well. I'm surprised how much I liked it, given I haven't really been interested in indie rock for a couple years now.
Do drugs make you a better musician?
Both these melodies are mostly a descending scale but are they "too similar" ?
too similar for what?
they're boring, if that's what you're asking
it's like sth. out of a teach-yourself-piano book
there's no accompaniment or depth to it and it doesnt even have a tonic resolution so it doesnt form a full phrase
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This sounds like something drunk clowns whack off to. Why are you guys memeing this so hard?
nobody on moo would like this if it wasn't on scaruffis greatest albums list
>ITT: Artists who look nothing like their voices would suggest.
elliott smith looks like a fucking 45 year old burn victim troll man yet has the voice of a whiny 16 year old
I almost burst out laughing when I first saw the Favor House Atlantic video.
are there any other girly pop albums as good as Emotion? I also like Art Angels, but it feels like there must be consistently good comparable albums made prior to last year.
They're virtually the only band from the 80s that /mu/ and hipster music publications talk about and seem to have a genuine thriving fanbase of mostly new people. I'm willing to start all the way from Filth to The Glowing Man just to see what all the hubbub's about. Am I missing out on the greatest band ever and is this the correct way to approach their work??
Start with Children of God, then go to the Great Annihilator, then move forward in time, then go back to Filth, then move forward in time until you've listened to it all
Music for this feel?
What are some good music movies?
Pic related is pretty good, it's got the wgaf attitude of punk music down to its themes.