do you play your instrument outside?
is he... you know...?
Who's the true king of lo fi
I hate to be the one to say it but this isn't music.
I hate to be the one to say it but this isn't a painting.
>/mu/ - music
What do you guys do while you listen to new music? Lay down? Sit at your computer and browse shit? Play video games? Be social?
Browse shit, or if I really want to get into it and listen close to get familiar with it, or if its a genre that rewards close listening like post rock or drone/ambient, when I'm in bed in the dark, before I actually try to fall asleep
Is there a single good critic of popular music? It seems like all the people with insightful criticisms are in Jazz or Classical music.
It's inherently popular music that is sold to the masses.
Before you mention how "Ayler is so much different and more innovative than Ellington" be reminded that by doing so you would also have to admit to the fact that "Popul Vuh are so much different and more innovative than The Rolling Stones" and "cLOUDDEAD are so much different and more innovative than Wu-Tang Clan" and thus would also have to include rock and hip hop as high art with classical and jazz.
>dad see's me listening to new radiohead song
>''all english things are shit anon''
>''nothing good ever came out of the uk''
>he listens to ramones and volbeat and old punk bands
fucking pleb he will pay and this idiot poplover homocuckland
all i know is my dad liked the eagles and queen
>tfw going through his old records and realizing hes just the typical dadrock guy
and my mom was mompop/rock
i mustve inherited patrician taste from my grandparents...
I'm taking my dad to see Swans in September. Even if he doesn't listen to their music i think he'll respect their musicianship, especially since Gira is around his age and my dad used to be a musician who made music similar to Bob Dylan (his favorite artist).
Also i showed him TMR and he kind of liked it. Probably cause he listens to a lot of blues.
Digging for more like the following that fit the Trump aesthetic. Both of these are good starting points, and are what initially sparked my interest (other than The Don himself of course):
Ethik - Music for Stock Exchange (1993) [320kbps]
>Trumpwave featuring tracks with titles like "Trump Tower" and "P. Bateman"
TKX - Trump (2015)
>Trumpwave, smooth jazz, businesscore
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Album art for the Ethik album here.
OP pic is album art for the TKX album.
This is the best indie rock album of the last 10 years. Every song is brilliant.
this is the best hip hop album of the past 10 years
Brian Jonestown Massacre, or Dandy Warhols?
Both are decent I prefer Brian Jonestown Massacre though
What is /mu/'s opinion on Kate Tempest and her earlier band "Sound Of Rum"?
Did you hear the podcast she did with scroobius Pip she talks a lot about how she got into theatre and spoken word also a bit about the new book she just released
what's /mu/'s opinion on this band?