ITT: Post the album that bests fits you at the moment and other people guess what your personality is like
what band is this?
Even entry level /mu/-core is considered obscure by most people I know irl, would be cool to see what a music board considers unknown
Haven't really seen pic related get much mention on here
The Roving Magpie's Seven Sad Songs. Kinda like Of the Wand and the Moon or some Agalloch songs like Desolation Song. So yeah, basic darkfolk.
Thoughts on Mazzy Star?
>tfw you show LRD and Coil to a normie pleb friend and he loves them
why did /mu/ lie to me that these artists are not accessible?
I love Coil so much! *changes last.fm avatar to vaguely fascist symbol* They speak to me so much. *unfriends black people on Facebook* I think their album Horse Rotorvator is a true underrated masterpiece of modern music that normal people just can't get. *makes vague philosophical status update* Anyway, what other bands do you guys like? I love Current 93, Death in June, This Heat, the list goes on...
Never listened to kraft werk but think you are mad into electronic music.
Why do so many people like this exist?
How does /mu/ tag their music and get their album art?
its no secret that its quite fashionable for avant-teens to label king crimson's discipline as a blatant ripoff of the talking heads, but can we agree that the talking heads were just plagiarizing can's saw delight?
feels like every time we discuss 80s king crimson or adrian belew there is always that one fuck head who likes to try and claim the crimson king were just ripping off fear of music/remain in light even though one is doing prog and one is doing post punk
2016 hasn't really been floating my boat music wise. What are some great albums released this year?
Aesop Rock did. Didn't have a lot of time to hype and singles were pretty decent, but damn. First half of album felt a bit similiar, but 2nd half was great. Definitely worth checking out.
Old thread to post prog in hit bump limit, so might as well start up another thread.
Post favorite albums, discuss them, get into arguments, etc.
Do you guys like this? Had it on my harddrive for at least 5 years and never listened to it until now lol.
It does sound a lot like KC's Red, minus the mellotron. I wonder if the term 'post-rock' was never coined if people would just look at those bands as an extension of the prog mindset,
I'll post an artist, you guess how they die.
Will /mu/ pretend to give a shit about George Clinton after he dies?
>dog breed of choice
>car of choice
>album of choice
>Whatever car, as long as it works good
>go to the music board
>they unironically think kanye is an artist
YOU CANT MAKE THIS SHIT UP