My /mu/ thought on purity ring?
WHEN THE SUN GOES DOWN ON THE WAGON
I'M JUST A SHY YOUNG NIGGA WITH AN ICE FLOW
How come none of the Gravity Boys videos have 1 million (or more) views on YouTube, yet almost all Yung Lean videos do?
I mean, both are crap, but Gravity Boys are at least better than Yung Lean, so why?
>every band at Coachella this weekend are doing Prince covers
I'm really getting sick of these hipster bandwagoners. None of these bands were influenced by Prince, they need to stop acting like it.
>Capitalize on this man's death, it's not a shallow play on people's emotions
Would anybody be interested in doing a Blindfold thread for classical music?
The jazz one seems like a cool idea. >>64258329
You could try to identify things like composer, piece, period, form. I think it would be fun for classical music.
the jazz one is just a bunch of fags with copypaste taste forcing their shitty mentality on impressionable plebs
the classical one would be exactly the same
plus, analyzing classical music by the sound of it instead of analyzing it as very purposefully composed art music in the western classical tradition would only further the mentality here that you can understand classical music in the same way you understand pop. not to mention that there's no way you could form an understanding of a piece...
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Sufjan plays over 10 instruments or so in many of his albums. For people who play any of the instruments he plays, how good is he? Is he beginner level and just uses them tastefully due to him being a good arranger? Or is he a real jack of all trade and was able to get decently good at all the stuff he plays?
ITT: musicians that will die in 2016
Came as quite a shock desu, I'm surprised mu didn't give it a sticky like they dd for other artists. I could barely get out of bed when I heard the news
What's the point of vinyl when tapes exist?
Do your parents know you listen to Death Grips?
>mfw I realized "post-punk" isn't actually a genre but is instead a term coined by the British music press around 1979-1981 when the UK started generating bands that sounded like Talking Heads (American), Patti Smith (American), and Television (American) instead of The Ramones (American) all of whom were just called "punk" by the American music press from 1975-1978
But the point is that 'post-punk' isn't a coherent genre, it's a catch all for a lot of things from a certain era that followed after the possibilities suggested in punk and new wave, and then what dialectically proceeded from there for a bit
Overrated /mu/ albums, let me start with an easy one.
Finish this sentence:
I am not gay but ...
Anybody else still listen to them? It taken me awhile to get round to Danger Days album. Which really made me miss those guys. It was trendy to hate on MCR but I always liked their theatrical style. If I wanted to listen to sad songs that are truly sad I would sit and listen to Aiden/the cure. MCR was a diet coke band with a lot of style. My personal fav album was Black Parade mostly cause it reminded me of Grim Fandango. I think its time i grabbed a shirt of theirs but my point is does anyone remember them fondly like I do?
>tfw it's almost may and nothing exceptional came out so far