I just listened to this for the first time and I don't understand what the deal was or why this is one of the GOAT rock albums of all time.
>dude with a fake British accent singing nonsense lyrics in a monotone voice over static power chords
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Halfway through it right now. I barely listen to any rap as is, but this album is pretty fucking good, lads.
What are their names /mu/?
Why is noise music so shit and why do noise music fans have such hilarious superiority complexes built on the basis of listening to formless, aimless electronic screeching with bits of high-school-angst-level "extreme" imagery slapped on top?
Is noise music just a scam meant to take advantage of and empty the wallets of the gullible "y-you just don't get modern art, pleb!" crowd? Or are the artists making it equally as tryhard and up their own asses as the people who listen to this dogshit?
I'd like to be convinced otherwise but the more I look into it the more it looks like a scam that's just making use of the lowering standards when it comes to "intelligent art" to make a quick buck.
Can't, mayne. The mods are cucking me.
DON'T YOU WONDER SOMETIMES
I'm pretty new to Jazz and am having some trouble appreciating it. I enjoy it, but on a kind of dense, subtle level.
I wonder how people got into Jazz? What people listen for when listening to Jazz? How you think the experience should differ from other musics?
And some good starter albums too.
jazz has got so much going on it really depends on what exactly you like about it.
i enjoy that even though each performance is explicitly unique, the group still sounds as a whole.
here's one of my favorite performances of one of my favorite Miles tunes. To me they look and even sound like theyre pissed at each other.
Thanks. This sounds great. Do you think Jazz is experienced better from these kind of live recordings as opposed to albums?
I know Jazz is a genre where the live performance is extremely integral to the genre.
I really love live recordings of almost all genres. But that doesn't mean there aren't some great cohesive studio albums. And a lotta times those studio albums are recorded in a live fashion, at least i think they are
give that a shot
ITT what your neighbors are listening to
Give me a better guitar solo from the past 20 years than 'Ball and Biscuit'
>protip: dont get triggered by mention of the white stripes
ITT: Under 100 views on yutube.
Bonus points for account is years old and hasn't uploaded since forever, is possibly dead from the shattered dreams of their failed music career.
74 views 2014
It's taken years but I've finally put 12 songs together, excuse me while I roar like Tarzan. Tunes:
0:00 Bring Love
2:05 The Weekend's Here!
5:40 We're Going Out Tonight
8:52 Into the Blue
12:52 Playing Games With My Heart
15:43 Tears Will Wash Your Hurt Away
18:40 The Tides of Time
21:05 Here In My Heart
24:45 Wounded Lover
26:55 The Balladeers
30:55 There's a Lot More Fish In The Sea
34:11 I Dream About You!
Girls can’t into Death Grips. For the most part they listen to them because it’s a fashion statement. They think “lol so weird”. Women need constant validation from others so they seek out sub-cultures to be apart of.
What they don’t realize is that Death Grips is about masculinity and male dominance. Women are too fucking stupid to even pay attention to lyrics
“death fuck lets fuck, just don't touch me just fuck fuck me” Women are nothing but a sack of flesh with pleasure holes for sole purpose of pleasuring Ride.
“Soon all that's...
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Post your fave prog metal albums. Go!
i need videoclips of songs about mothers. thnks for the suggestions
Subliminal Eurocentric male-on-male bareback pederasty edition!
Currently listening to But What Ends again, literally the best and most definitive neofolk album there is. What's your genre-defining album and why?
For BWE it can be said that it finds a good balance between synth/samples and acoustic guitar/instruments, subtle martial elements and bleak atmosphere that never lacks a shimmer of hope though. All the songs are good, only two of them skippable upon my relistening.
Death In June are the only neofolk act among those. They're also the most important next to Current 93. Sol Invictus, Forseti and Fire+Ice are also important 1st and 2nd generation neofolk and current stuff one should know are Of The Wand And The Moon and Rome.
I just deleted seven Jay-Z albums AMA