I've never met anyone else who likes Crystal Castles. Any takers?
>Thom Yorke and Rachel Owens separate after 23 years
>Finally completes and put out a studio version of True Love Waits a yeat aftet they separate
>The "Don't leaves" don't have the same high tones of the live versions
>sound more defeated and flat
Fuck man this is sad. 23 years. Lesson here is not to waste your time on bitches.
Modern bitches don't have any sense of loyalty. It's one of the reasons I'm apprehensive of starting a long term relationship.
When I fall in love I'm in it for a lifetime, through good and bad. I'm gonna be there for you. I bet she threw everything they had away over some trivial shit "wah I don't feel like we did when we first dated!?" What's most disappointing is that this is almost certainly how all of our relationships will end up. The love of your life will end up breaking your heart.
I used to like Tool circa ten years ago, but /mu/ told me they are shit so I stopped
I recently relistened to 10,000 days and it's... pretty good
What's supposed to be so bad about them?
Who is the better musician?
Don't mind me, just being the best hip hop album of 2016.
itt post musicians you have a crush on
no meme crushes please, so keep grimes or whatever other dreck p4k pushes onto faux music fans out of here
i'll start with the lovely jun togawa
Both because I like her music and because she's a linguistics professor who has written a bunch of papers on subjects related to that.
Also her appearance obviously.
Whatever happened to Seattle's best rapper?
Good fucking god I hate that hair
I don't know why you didn't bother to post him, but here you go.
Who is the girl in the cover?
Views won't hurt him.
Just listened to this behemoth. What a good album, man. Love the imagery they paint with the album cover and the lyrics. Reminds me of Dune, but instead of spice, it's weed and riffs. And oh goodness, those riffs. Anything else like this you can recommend?
literally the same thing, same aesthetics, same production techniques, same lyricism...
the list goes on.
What do you guys think of this album?
feelin good edition
It seems there's a time in every white, male, middle class, suburban millennial's life where we, usually around the age of 13, fall in love with Radiohead. It's a perfectly natural reaction. Their melodramatic, angst-ridden screeds against vague ideas of corporate evil and heads of state fit perfectly into our newly minted interests in things we can hardly begin to understand. But you don't need to understand much to fully appreciate being holed up in your bedroom listening to Let Down on blast on our iPod alarm clock radio while thinking about your crush...
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>A.M.-radio-Superbowl-halftime-life-insurance-commercial rock music
get your head out of your ass, normies would never listen to this
it's too slow-burning and sad
just because one song sounds like coldplay doesn't make the entire thing poppy garbage