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Let's go have one of these.
As a classic listener I can't see the point of jazz or at least why its praised so much.It either sounds like a background music or ost for some cool noire movie.There is no beauty in it unlike classical music.And before you start accusing me of fedora jazz is the ultimate fedora music.
>It's music written by musicians for musicians.
its seems not to be the case and I am musician myself
>Also it's the pinnacle of musical improvisation
once again you spout opinions as facts
Where were you when the best synthwave/darkwave album of 2016 was released?
in my basement, masturbating to old Shirow pin-ups, obviously.
Someone redpill me on radiohead. Is their music pretentious garbage or works of genius? My wife recently told me they seriously suck and that thom yorke sounds like a whale most of the time. While I don't normally allow other people's opinion affect my own tastes, I am very damn passionate about Radiohead and it kind of hurt when she told me my taste in music was shit. These are my top favorite albums by Radiohead all of which my wife has listened to with me.
1. kid a
2. hail to the thief
3. in rainbows
4. ok computer.
maiden against depression edition
What I'm saying is that it takes a lot more time to appreciate all the subtleties morvid angel was going for than burzum coupled with their bizzare sense of harmony and rhythm you don't fully get it on your first time through like you get burzum or darkthrone, there is more than 1 level in death metal, from the first listen it seems like more brutal riff based metal with some oddly paced stops, with each listen you get more pieces of the puzzle
artists you hope die soon
1) french composers>all other composers>>>>>>>>>>>>> german composers
2) intro to 20th century paved the way for crazy shit like Petrushka by Stravinsky and The Cave by Steve Reich
3) Ma mère l'Oye and 24 Preludes
>in before anything about Clair de Lune
If German music is so bad then why was Debussy so profoundly influenced by Wagner? Hell, he was so influenced that it even over took his work at some point, and he had to recompose a part of Pelléas et Melisande because it was too similar to parts of Parsifal.
>"Incomparable and bewildering, splendid and strong. Parsifal is one of the loveliest monuments of sound ever raised to the serene glory of music."
>He was later to write to Ernest Chausson...
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ive been on /mu/ for 5 years and have never posted in these threads before. i feel like i've lived in a house for my whole life knowing that theres one room i never bothered to enter but wanted to some day. today is that day
this is my post, i will never come back again. bye
What's /mu/'s opinion of Aesop Rock?
Do you think he just rambles about gibberish to pass it off as 'deep'
No, it has been shown so many fucking times that what he says has a point, but it is just layered with a bunch of references that no one normal person could possibly know. This is especially apparent in TIK, I think it is his most direct album thus far. Also same shit with Hail Mary Mallon.