Which state is/was the most musically influential?
What do Death Grips fans listen to outside of DG?
Name my duo mu
>"Leave AOTY to me, anon"
>tfw you'll never ride around Memphis in your Dodge Charger with Julien Baker in the passenger seat singing quietly and hugging your arm as the sun sets in the rear-view mirror
Hey /mu/, shit similar to this song?
Mostly going for albums or artists here...
Other examples might be this gem of a song:
yes I'm a sold out bitch I swear I listened to Swans like twice
ITT: Post rare pics of James Ferraro
What if the Beatles sorted out their bullshit together and recorded another album in 1971?
Did /mu/ ever lose its ability to delete threads or was that just other boards?
Anyway, new /mu/ album we did yesterday is up.
I dont evaluate life
by this for the album art
Albums where one part or song ruin the entire thing
A warning to those who haven't heard the album, just fucking remove City Bird before you hear it.
So The Fall of Troy just re-released OK. It's the exact same album just with a more muffled sounding production.
Literally what was the point?
But it just feels like the exact same album with a shittier audio quality.
They said they were going with a more "raw" feel with it though, so maybe there's just something I'm not getting
>Literally 1/4 of doppelganger is just better produced songs from the s/t
I can't listen to s/t for this very reason.
i mean, it wasnt a killer album to begin with. I get WHY he would want to make a dirtier, grittier album. But it doesnt work with the album feel. although, its a lot less jazzy, and more generic. I loved the indie/jazz chords and riffs on doppelganger
being literal eye candy for a shitty pop band is not empowering in the least, especially when there are two nerds beside him who clearly do all of the production
holy shit this is good
Name my band