it's cool and all but give us a fucking t-ara comeback
>album is the name of a year
ITT: Fuck you, I liked it.
Why is string music so anti-intellectual?
Because it relies on half wits who can't read sheet music
You Forgot it in People - Broken Social Scene
Turn On the Bright Lights - Interpol
Nouns - No Age
Kill the Moonlight - Spoon
Music Has the Right to Children - BoC
Im guessing my taste is gonna get shat on, but idrc. Recs based on these?
What is the deal with this stupid fucking song?
Damn, if music gets shittier everyday.
She's the most dull and unoriginal singer in all of the mainstream pop. Adele is just like some fucking Frankenstein's Monster, made from rotten parts of dead bodies of all other famous female singers to pander to everybody's taste.
Tell me /mu/, why is this the greatest phonograph record containing several musical selections, aka album, of all time? Why haven't we still been able to top it, almost 40 years later?
Post interesting collaborations you know of between well known musicians
>John Cage/Robert Wyatt
The Merzbow Xiu Xiu split from last year was pretty cool
Does anybody have a MEGA for the dooob? It's not in the archive.
Universally loved edition
So Bottomless Pit is probably happening tonight.
I mean, the Cochella show is gonna be broadcast. Seems like the right time...
Shoutout to /blindfold/. Last Friday's thread was really good and this week's theme is Criss cross records selected by jtg.
What have you been listening to? What'd you think of it? General jazz discussion.
Got pic on the strength of a track on last week's blindfold and it's fantastic. I can't think of many jazz albums I've heard arranged like this.
Charlie Parker with Strings is the closest comparison to Focus. At the time, pairing jazz musicians with symphony orchestras was called Third Stream, meaning the third genre of music after classical and jazz. Music headed in a different direction instead, and now we have many more than three genres, but that's the name they called this kind of music by.
>Charlie Parker with Strings is the closest comparison to Focus.
Except the arranging is done completely differently on that album. Parker with strings is more in the vein that vocalists like Ella Fitzgerald used to get arrangements done. Very kind of poppy and traditional.
Focus is more like a modern string quartet with spaces left for Getz to improvise.
glad to hear you liked the /blindfold/
pic attached is another great sax+strings album that's not very widely known
personally listening to Miles this evening
>His favorite genre of music is in the electronic category
>his preferred genre of music uses REAL instruments that take TALENT to play
Third Worlds is offline, faggots.
I don't even understand why all the pasty skinned cumgobblers on this forum are obsessed with Death Grips. They're okay, but it mostly comes off as heckless pseudo-industrial clobbering the fuck out of okay lyrics being screamed with an accent.