Why does everyone on /mu/ typically enjoy the same artists (Animal Collective, Radiohead, American Football, Swans, etc.)?
I just figure that since so many people come here tastes would be more varied
I've always wondered this.
My theory is that people first come to /mu/ with such terrible taste that they are drawn to the popular /mu/ artists and the cycle just keeps repeating.
I don't think very many people come here initially with well-developed, unique taste unfortunately.
Yerself Is Steam - 9/10
Boces - 9/10
See You On the Other Side - 8/10
Deserter's Songs - 8/10
All Is Dream - 8/10
Secret Migration - 5/10
Snowflake Midnight - 4/10
The Light In You - 6/10
What is Michael Jackson's worst song?
it's almost 2am here, meaning everything i produce now sounds weird as fuck since i am just throwing a bunch of random fucking noises into a track, hoping it sounds good.
Im looking into audio interfaces. are there certain brands that are always great or on the contrary ones I should avoid? I found one of those Scarlet 2i2's for 100 leaf loonies, is that a decent price?
Ay yo teacher bitch!
Anon got an ipod nano in he backsack!
Tyrone you best sit yo five dollar ass down before I make change
>hailed as one of greatest producers of the last decade
This showed up in my Facebook-flow because a friend liked it. I don't even...
What are your favourite demos/outtakes.
Mine is without a doubt She's Your Lover Now by Bob Dylan. It's just fucking cool. Blasé and melodramatic at the same time.
The only full version I can find is on Spotify.
Close second is Strawberry Fields Forever Take 1 with three part harmony overdubs. It's been pretty much wiped off the internet but I have it on my computer, where would be the best place to upload it and link...
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i've always liked the 1970 recording of lennon playing help on piano, it's supposed to be how he originally intended it to be, since it was never supposed to be a happy song. too bad a full length recording hasn't surfaced / no longer exists:
ITT: post your RYM 5/5s, others r8 and guess personalities
How did a tiny, balding prog rock drummer become one of the biggest pop superstars of the 80s?
So what? Great voice and talent nevertheless.
Looks are not that hugely important when you can actually write GOAT songs. '80s had tons of such examples. Tom Petty looked like a rapist. Ozzy looked like a walking corpse. Yes wrote Owner of the Lonely Heart, but none of them were exactly pussy magnets. And Rob Halford was not only gay, but didn't even have a mullet.
Also, Billy Corgan lost his hair and yet made his most successful record with Smashing Pumpkins in 1995. Didn't look to sexy either.
Space oddity for example, just Cygnet committee is enough to consider it a great album
none of bowie's rca albums is underrated. they're all pretty much considered classics these days.
buddha of suburbia soundtrack is a (sometimes) forgotten gem.
tin machine 2 acutally has a couple of good songs as opposed to absolute stinker tin machine 1.
be nice to each other edition
ITT you post last 5 albums rated on rym
who else here unironically enjoy the chaps?
DO YOU KNOW WHERE YOU ARE?
>fronting two of the biggest rock bands in history and selling out stadiums
>sounding the best he has since 1991
2016 is the year of Axl