ITT: albums that revolutionized music in the post-industrial age. Pic related
Don't bother posting any of the following marcel-core garbage:
>posts Blank Banshee as an original artist
>don't bother posting the artists that defined the aesthetic Blank Banshee built off of.
what do you think about James Blake?
So why are you too cool for this album?
the hotelier is fucking back
>sent ya bitch a dick pic, now she needs glasses!
What did Danny mean by this?
What are your thoughts on the upcoming Rage Against The Machine reunion?
Ex > Money Store > Bottomless Pit > No Love > Govt Plates > Powers That B
Artists confirmed to be on the next Gorillaz album:
Jean Michel Jarre
Going to a Sunn O)) show soon. What kind of earplugs should I get?
If you have even the slightest inclination towards synth-driven rock, then you are hereby commanded to listen to this:
From Southampton, the Final Sound originally formed in January 1983, starting with a line-up of Joanne Keal on vocals, James Cross on bass and Steve X on guitar, backing tapes and keyboards. In March 1983, Steve Pearson joined as drummer. December 1983 saw Tony Mitchell of Synthpop band Visual Displays join the band as keyboard player. Over the next two years, the Final Sound suffered a number of line-up...
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Whatever happened to the /mu/ Guy?
Will Fantano ever bring him back?
Autechre just released a new quadruple album. Over 4 hours of post-post african repetitions courtesy of everyone's favorite outsider techno duo.
Let's talk which tracks are our favorite and what part (out of 5) is the best one in this ITT thread.
yo this sounds like korn
This really fucking good, why does nobody ever talk about it?