WTF would you do?
The fuck are you doing on /mu/ without at least one of these?
Where do I find more like pic related? It's god-tier and nothing seems to be able to live up to it
It's weird because albums don't usually click for me on the first listen, and this is one that did. I have no idea why that would be the case but it takes me longer to get into more 'accessible' stuff.
Is this the best early Autechre track? http://picosong.com/N7QW
Redpill me on CCR.
Fucking fantastic band, amazingly consistent despite putting out so much material in such a short span of time which is a feat that most bands can't achieve. Last album is really bad but not as bad as people say.
Is turbo-folk the best music out there?
Truly a surprising listen.
The hate this band receives on /mu/ is really unfounded, they aren't incredible or anything but I was expecting far less from a band with a reputation of being the average Hot Topic shopper's favorite act.
I'm pretty sure that most people on /mu/ hate on this album without having heard it, there's no other explanation for it. It's funny that people rag on this band/album in particular as being one of the worst cases of a band that self-identifies as being "indie rock", when this album plays into those...
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This man was a fucking genius on the same level as Brian Wilson.
why didn't he just call it the definitive "Smile" and be done with it, rather than "The Smile Sessions?
And what's the story behind the title " Smiley Smile" (1968)
Because "Smile" will in a sense always be incomplete. "Smile Sessions" are Brian's ordering amongst dozens of disparate tapes for Smile. "Smiley Smile" is just some shit Mike and the boys put together so Good Vibrations could be on an album. Brian does have a degree of closure with "Brian Presents Smile" where he re records and completes the album but forty years after the fact.
Either she or Stevie Wonder is next on the list.
>kate bush dying
fuck you man don't even joke about that
ITT: Albums that make you want to kill yourself.
Has anyone ever ripped a tape with Audacity? How does that work? Does volume level matter?
Is David Bowie's 'Blackstar' the logical conclusion to music?
how do i right songs like panda bear