Any other good bands that use only bass and drums?
Jesus christ. Cringe thread I guess.
I'm really self-conscious about singing at home, with my parents there and all, I usually sing while there's nobody there but mostly I sing while taking these long walks in a forest - sounds weird, I know. But now I kinda reached the point when I should start singing at home - I have some material and I'd like to record myself - it's my only option, really, since I can't afford renting some rehearsal space. The thing is, I think it's going to be embarrassing. I'd like to hear some perspective on this situation.
Go the Will "Shill" Toledo way and ask your parents to borrow your car. Drive somewhere and record inside the car. Great sound isolation and no one will hear you.
That's what I've been doing, my voice is usually pretty shitty so I never wanna record anything or practice when anyone's home
When you look at the big picture it's kinda silly though, the worst thing that can happen is someone thinks you're bad, and even then there are plenty of shitty singers who are successful. You just gotta think of your voice as another instrument
>desperately want to form a band
>only have experience as a writer and a decent singing voice
>can't play anything
How to go about this, mates? Where can I find the Johnny Marr to my Morrissey?
Musicians you hope die soon
In kind of a rut.. Keep finding myself falling into the animal collective loop, but I really want to start listening to some new music. Doesn't hafta be similar to anco. I'm really up for anything at this point.
like this picture of my mate to piss him off
he better than opn
Always see a guitar general on here, are there enough singers around for a singing general? We could critique each other, share exercises and technique tips we've found useful, discuss great singers etc.
I'm a black guy trying to get into music that isn't Rap/Hip Hop
What are some bands similar to Black Sabbath?
what did she mean by this?
Bonus points for extra feels: explain why
I'd rather not explain why. Part of it is nostalgia, part of it is something else.
This album helped me a lot.
Summer of 2013 was the first time I listened to this album, and that summer was the fucking best (I also got laid).
I think the reason this means so much to me is because we used to walk around the countryside a lot, and this album has a very pastoral feel. In fact the cover looks like a place I would have been on one of those days,
why do people still think lana del ray makes good music?
Well anon I don't think you'll ever convince Lana Del Rey fans otherwise. You just gotta accept it, a lot of people like a lot of bad shit. Don't get in their way and they won't get in yours. It's kinda sad but it's the world we live in.
Is golden gal the cuck's national anthem?
At what age did you grow out of indie rock?
Me when I was 18.
bc it's ded
rate, rec, recommend a good book
or a bad one
>or a bad one
that just doesn't seem right, man
Nice Massimo Volume
Will the full Japanese chart ever be achieved?
how's that lamp album, i liked for lovers
also i'm thinking of doing a don quixote/xavier renegade angel comparison