>there are people on /mu/ who still think music has the right to children is better than this
If you think Courtney Love didn't murder Kurt, you're a fucking idiot.
(Not that it matters cause I think Nirvana sucks)
>ITT: Dead genres you wish would come back
There is lots of downbeat breaks + soul style music still being made though. Trip hop proper IMO is only 3 artists.
Here are 6 different pictures from around the same time and he looks completely different in all of them.I sense that he might be a reptilian shapeshifter and also the reason why he makes so good music.
ITT: We (yet again)
Post genres we wish existed
Links to presumably nonexistent genres
Why is TKOL so hated? It's a great album on it's own just as In Rainbows, HTTT, Amnesiac, OKC.
>Morning Mr. Magpie
>Little By Little
I can not understand how someone who doesn't hate Radiohead or see them as a meme can hate these songs.
Morning mr magpie and little by little are just dull and have cheezy kettle drums
Blooms repetive drum beat was kinda moronic and a lot of the tracks abruptly and lamely went back into a third verse from a good bridge
best radiohead songs often have a verse chorus, verse chorus bridge end structure
3 verses was lame and didnt let the songs breath very well
nice atmosphere on codex, separator and give up the ghost though
The endless looping got tedious, it wasn't produced particularly well. Morning Mr. Magpie is horrifically jarring and an unpleasant listening experience, Little by Little is a professional piss take.
Bloom is a masterpiece and it definitely carried the album, but the whole album fell flat at the feet of In Rainbows.
Burn the Witch on the other hand is a masterpiece and the first thing I've heard from them that rivals In Rainbows.
The best songs from the TKOL period were Bloom, Feral and The Butcher. Everything else is mediocre.
Burn The Witch is exactly what I was expecting from TKOL. A dark, more introspective and twisted In Rainbows. It's absolutely perfect, anyone who says otherwise is a fucking idiot.
its great. i didnt like it at first because... i dont know why, i guess the hype was just too real. but the day after, and especially two days after now, i really really like it. and that fucking production man. usually i prefer a bit of a messier, lo-fi sound, but this song is mixed so perfectly and detailed i absolutely love it. if the whole album has this type of instrumentation and dark sound then it will be fucking amazing.
Couldn't agree more, although I immediately loved it on first listen. I've had a much better reaction with this than I did with Lotus Flower. And I think it's so funny that people are disregarding Ed, we haven't even heard the new album yet.
Who is the best Spice Girl?
What did Stefan Burnett do during his 20s?
Do you think he lived a wild and interesting life, or did he just work part-time at the pizza place and paint and blaze it in his spare time?
>Do you think he lived a wild and interesting life, or did he just work part-time at the pizza place and paint and blaze it in his spare time?
>did he just work part-time at the pizza place and paint and blaze it in his spare time?
that's pretty wild and interesting compared to most of society
Hey /mu/, I'll be honest here, I have absolutely no clue how music/sound editing works. What I'm trying to do is make a song sound like it came from the 80s.
How should I approach this? What kind of tool or software should I use?
>What I'm trying to do is make a song sound like it came from the 80s.
You mean you want to try to do that one thing that became flavour of the month after Drive and Hotline Miami that every talentless fuckwit started to do and ran into the ground faster than a fat guy on a threadmill breathing cyanide? Nobody wants to hear that shit anymore. It was shallow and vapid from the very start and everyone is already sick of it.
You probably weren't even born in the 80s.
God damn this post is everything wrong with music nowadays.
Just a little nerd fishing for (You)s by being as fakely cynical and contrarian as possible, and then coming up with a very transparent excuse to validate his dismissal
>implying the year you were born in has any relevancy
suck a hundred dicks, m8
What's Gorillaz best album and why is it The Fall?
Since it was made on an iPad, some of the sounds are pretty mediocre but there's a dark atmosphere to the album which makes it the only Gorillaz album that I can take somewhat seriously.
It has a very nostalgic sound to it that I enjoy
The Fall wasnt bad but really it produced no real memorable tracks or tracks with any staying power. I get that the feel was just "oh hey we experimented with a bunch of stuff" but in the end it just sounds like a product of boredom. Considering how the album was made, on an iPad while touring, ofc production values arent going to be insane, and the tracks do have a unique sound, but nothing about the tracks really solidifies them as ground breaking or extremely enjoyable, it all just sounds super mediocre.
>falling for the "Lana Del Rey sucks" meme
People don't actually think she sucks, though, right? Maybe you might think she's bad as in she's not your taste, but hey, it'd be kind of weird if everyone felt the same way about one person's music.
I just watched a Q&A with Wynton Marsalis where he claimed that music doesn't "advance". This was in response to a kid who asked how he felt about the future of jazz and how to balance traditionalism with the advancement of the genre (fantastic question in my opinion).
He gave this really vague answer about how Bach and Louis Armstrong both share the same creativity or something, then said that we should disrespect our ancestors.
I feel like he totally missed the point of the question, which was clearly directed at the stagnation of the genre...
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It does push boundaries still, you just need to embrace modern technology.
Adapt or die as the cockroach said to the dinosaurs.
ITT: Post some "what does he even do" tier musicians
Rumour is he's only allowed in so that nobody can say they're simply a band of manlets
Do you know any androgynous voice ? In both ways, meaning a man with an ambiguous female voice, and a female with a strong male voice