does /mu/ like jazz?
Why is music from the 60s and 70s still 'dadrock' when the people referred to as dads are starting to die from old age much like the artists who were active in those decades? Shouldn't the term be something along the lines of grandpa-rock, pensioner rock, corpse rock etc.?
Where does this fit in their best releases?
What albums from the last 6 months would you consider worthy of a listen, regardless of genre?
Is he in a career wilderness?
I'm just posting Can - Future Days because i feel like it
With all the riffle-raffle going on in the /mu/ about Readiohead and it's lead singer Thom York, I decided to give it a try, and it turns out than Pool Shaped Moon is actually pretty ear-gasmic (ear+organism) so I walked down the boulevard to bay area's trendiest tatshop and clarified that I need him to be everywhere with me in my life from now on.
It breaks my heart to listen True Love Awaits, or get a little headbangin' action going on when I listen to Full stop. Which Burning also sounds better than anything from In Rainbows. Ten/ten, guys.
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>heil to thief
Why does Float On by Modest Mouse make me cry?
old fag here
i am wondering, is blink 182 relevant anymore?
TKoL is criminally underrated and I don't fucking understand the hate for it. Easily in the Top 4 Radiohead albums
>Music is subjective
What would you think of someone who had this as his profile picture?
He's dying /mu/
Album of the year