>decide to rate an old bleepbloop EP on RYM
>find it, despite being relatively popular it has only a single rating of 1.0
>this is the guy's profile
why the fuck is this allowed?
>spotify rec me a 2016 album
>it sounds good
>go to rym
>it has an average of 2.77
>the dream is over
Tell me one album that fundamentally transformed your life.
Pic related for me.
>ExMilitary just copied Insane Clown Posse's shtick & added ~~edgy~~ sampling
>Autists come out of the woodwork & love it because it gives then the same 'cool' feel that the juggalos thrive on but they can pretend to be some kind of underground artsy fuck
can i get some dark country/folk singer-songwriter recs? There was a specific album I was trying to remember the name of, but I forgot, the cover had the sort of art style you'd see on like the series of unfortunate events books with a guy leaning over a piano...it's sad drinking album with very long songs.
anyway, folk and some light emo would be fine too. Like, Keaton Henson and whatnot. I already know Nick cave and Tom Waits.
kind of a long shot but is this the album you were looking for?
you're thinking of this, right?
Anyways, you should check out Townes Van Zandt and Jackson C. Frank.
You have to play music for a party, press shuffle and list the first 10 songs you get, I'll start
1. Slayer - Eyes Of The Insane
2. Megadeth - Black Curtains
3. Ramones - Makin Monsters For My Friends
4. Foo Fighters - Tired Of You
5. Hurt - The Old Mission
6. Motörhead - Brotherhood Of Man
7. Breaking Benjamin - Give Me A Sign
8. Guns N' Roses - Civil War
9. Slayer - Human Strain
10. System Of A Down - Old School Hollywood
1. Swans - Money Is Flesh
2. Red Hot Chili Peppers - American Ghost Dance
3. Finger Eleven - Glimpse
4. Paul McCartney - Peace In The Neighborhood
5. Fugazi - Repeater
6. Death Grips - World Of Dogs
7. Deftones - 7 Worlds
8. Amon Amarth - God, His Son And Holy Whore
9. The Beatles - Money
10. Staind - Wannabe
So, I'm very enthusiastic about making electronic music for recreational purposes, but I don't want to spend much on expensive softwares or VSTs nor use garbage free software. What /mu/ has to offer ?
Since when was Father John Misty the top 40-core of the indie folk scene?
>publications love his shitty derivative music that appeals to indie teens with limited exposure to music outside of a p44k-approved bubble
>writing credits for beyonce, lana del rey etc...
>adored by plebeian normies
Opinions on this? Based Parker imo. She deserved it for taking a fucking selfie on stage and it wasn't even any power to the kick. If it was a guy no one would have given a shit. Fuck the people comkplaining about this
>Better angle of the kick 55:40
>News and betas crying about how wrong it is
Tbh, the kick was too much but still why the fuck would you take a selfie on the fucking stage? Plus Parker does that shit alot, not just to girls. Really people only noticed because it was a girl baka.
>That asian girl whose those fake "nerd" glasses complaining about "HURR THE BAND NEEDS TO LOOK AFTER THE KIDS, WE CAN'T LET THE KIDS GET HURT"
Bitch probably never went to a metal/punk show baka
The guy is a sexist asshole and everyone who defends this needs to go back to their MRA containment board. This guy is probably thinks he's in the 50s like the fedora permavirgin he is and thinks he can just beat a woman without any consequences. Maybe someone should tell him that we live in a society where men and women are equal.
I want to pick up an instrument. Everyone wants to play guitar and every plays the piano, and I've been thinking what I would have the most fun playing.
I wanna learn how to play drums, I just got my own house and have a lot of free time so I can actually learn them. How long do they take to play at a high level? Anyone here got experience?
Post songs with the most amazing drums to inspire me
i wouldnt learn from ear my dude, watch a couple videos that show tutorials on how to get you started. continue on once you pick up from that and then play along with music.
Never played real drums, but played it on expert on Rock band. What I can tell you is that you should practice your rhythm. Don't get stress out when you realize you suck. Every musician thinks they suck when they start out. You'll get better.
thanks man, I wasn't planning on it. My mom got a set from a garage sale so I'm just gonna mess around on them. And I meant just songs with great drums just to inspire me to want to learn, not to learn how to play from
What's /mu/'s opinion on Wavves?
First two albums are meh, KOTB is fantasic, Afraid of Heights, while flawed, is also fantastic, V is Nathan being afraid of being criticized for leaving his surf-pop-punk bubble so writing a really uninspired samey album, and I just want him to have another public breakdown causing him to become creative and interesting again
Also the Lift Sux EP is GOAT
Hey /mu/, do you like Ladytron?
Will we ever get another album after his son died?
I WAS THERE
hi /mu/. do you like cocteau twins? what's your favorite album from them?
Favorite band, anon.
I like everything but I suppose maybe Treasure or Victorialand, although I like the album with Harold Budd.
Really, listen to everything. Especially any EP from the mid-late '80s.
my favorite band too, love everything by them.
favorite is heaven or las vegas, currently listening to victorialand and elizabeth's voice is making me cry