Who's listened to this? Thoughts?
I saw it in December. Had never heard the soundtrack prior because I thought it would be really corny, but I have to say it was really good. They pull it off really well and the rapping is actually well done. Also Daveed Diggs from clipping is in it and he did great, he has a lot of stage presence
ITT: 10/10 album covers.
is this the best post-punk album ever made?
no, Marquee moon even though is really good, it's not post-punk
post artists that did nothing wrong
>Music that combines gregorian chanting and dark ambient
>Underrated album that sounds like Sgt Pepper and Pet Sounds
Music sucks. Name ONE good album
DUDE MODERN LIFE IS KILLING ME LMAO
>describe a band's discography, reversed
>other guess the band/artist
Disco band with way too many members decides to get a violinist and basically do a Springsteen-esque album, which wins them a Grammy. They eventually decide to just go all out and do an orchestral type album that wasn't very well received. After three years of general inactivity, they decide to strip down to only 8 members and release a folksy album before disbanding entirely.
Experimental rock outfit debuts with a heavy massive 2-hour epic, then spends the next 30 years morphing and stripping down their sound until they eventually become a hardcore grind/punk band.
Hey /mu/ I usually dont listen to hip-hop/rap music, are there any albums that would be a good introduction to the genre?
As much as /mu/ doesn't like them, the first Run the Jewels album is a perfect introduction to the genre. It perfectly conveys the intensity of the genre. Death Grips might be a bit too esoteric for a starting point but If you're experienced with experimental music you might wanna start with them.
Do I really need to know music theory if I want to make music or I can do it just by ear?The thing is that I want to make complex music with a lot of things going on and was wondering if so which part of music theory I must read because I skimmed through it and its just common sense stuff.
I think you should learn relevant scales until your ear can pick up on what works, but if you think you have a good understanding, get the fuck off of /mu/, make some dank shit, and enjoy making it. Listening to music is (obviously) extremely important to learning how to make music. Pay attention to the stuff you like the most. How are the songs organize? How SHOULD they be organized based off of the themes and aesthetic you want the listener to experience? Stuff like that.
why are emo fans so autistic?
>mfw i'm listening to that right now
eat shit reddit
Is there anyone (female) even close to her in terms of ability, talent, consistency, voice, aesthetic, personality, qtness, versatility around today? I'm trying hard to find one
>inb4 poobrains like grimes, julia holter
It's 2009! What have you been listening to?
Trying to bring back a classic: /mu/ re-creates an album cover, tile by tile. Album mosaic game. Let's see if I get enough people for this to actually happen again.
>Roll a number (and see if it is still available)
>Recreate your tile in paint, gimp or whatever
>Post it here, 100x100 px, tilenumber.png (84.png for example)
I think that I'll remove the rolling requirement around halfway through.