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When did people start calling Radiohead "art rock"? Please. It's arena rock.
>It’s no surprise that the loudest contingency of their fanbase resides on an infamous image-board; Death Grips speak directly to the dark worldview that accompanies years wasted lurking online, getting high off digital schadenfreude.
Is it possible for a band to release albums/songs so bad that it destroys all past work by association?
Incredible! I don't know how to say it and I've never lived in a war zone or during a war but I feel like the video shows every part of being in a war, you lose your family, friends, your country, you see people dying and everyone around terrified, and the powerful people don't move a finger to stop that, and instead of giving everyone education, a home and food they are killing us every day, but we can help, we can change and make this world better.
Thank you for sharing this.
Hey all. Let's discuss our albums of the year. Charts, lists, fun.
TO THE GOOD OLD DAAAAYYS!!!!
>turn on classic rock station
>hotel california is playing
>not listening to dank local college radio
Last year my local station had Alvarius B (Alan bishop of sun city girls) live in studio
i wish we had something resembling a cool radio station. all we've got are mexican stations, the fully automated graveyard classic rock station, and like 5 top 40 pop stations (including pop rap and country) that are all merging closer and closer into this omnipotent homogeneous EDM behemoth each year
So I've seen this music videoclip yesterday where there was these ducks at the toy shop and there were two special ducks who liked each other. One day, the one duck got taken away and the other one went on the search for him. He always snuck into plumber's case and he took him to different ducks each time but she still couldn't find pablo and the other ducks weren't like him at all.
He died in the end.
Does anyone know the link to the youtube video?
We judge each other based off of our Spotify playlists.
>inb4 hipsterfag's "vinyl only" policy
My playlist: https://open.spotify.com/user/traciti/playlist/0I4P10lmAT0BioN7fi4VD5
24, liberal arts college study, studying abroad because needing cultural euphoria, wearing round glasses and goes to coachella every year
It doesnt go anywhere
I think I've listened to this album at least 300 times in the last year. Ariel Pink still hasn't come out with a full album release for 2016, and I need something new to listen to. He has a distinct sound, but is there anything like Ariel that's worth listening to?
For those of you who haven't listened to Pom Pom, one of my favorite songs off the album.
Check it out guys!
How much music do you listen to per day?