Is he Public Enemy #1 for Middle America/baby boomers at the moment?
Remember it used to be Eminem, Bizkit, metal, Snoop, Elvis, etc. I think Thug is next in line. I could see old out of touch white people being scared of this man and the amount of drugs he does.
It's 2016 and tonal, common time, non-polyrhythmic compositions still reign over popular music. Is it safe to say it'll stay that way for centuries to come?
By 2053 when the machines take over polyrhythmns will be all the rage.
>I like everything but country and rap xD
why would you deprive your self of those 2 genres? Like, this literally shows how little you know about music. If you have a functioning brain you'd exclude genres like 'noise' or 'bleep' or some retarded shit like that. Both rap and country have a stupid amount of content worth listening to if you're able to comprehend it.
How do you guys listen to new music?
I mean, do you just listen to an album once, and then move on to the next? I want to broaden my musical horizons, and I don't really know HOW I should?
Apparently that's how some people listen to music, which I find weird. I don't even feel like I've really heard something until, like, I've LIVED that shit, you know? All of my favorite albums (and even some I'm not that into) I've listened to dozens or even hundreds of times, with specific moods and settings associated with each. I can't imagine it any other way.
i find a couple of albums i find interesting and might like and then i'll listen to the whole album at once and save songs i like on a playlist, then re listen to them later. If i like the whole album then i'll listen to it again some other time, but if i don't like it i'll just move on most likely and maybe revisit it some day.
if you want to know how you should do it, just do it however you want really. you don't have to listen to music a certain way like how some people on this board might say. If i had to tell you though i say it's...
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I just go by what I am in the mood for. Sometimes I'll spend a day relistening to albums I have heard before. Other days I'll listen to only albums I haven't heard before. And the remaining time I spend listening to stuff from the current year. It works well for me but it'll obviously be different for everyone.
ITT: Barely known artists you think need more attention
Pic Related - Kweku Collins
I literally found him about 30 minutes ago. Just go onto his soundcloud and listen to a couple of his newer songs
It's that time again. Post parody songs or commercial jingles that probably weren't meant to be taken that seriously but you ended up falling in love with.
Starting with a classic:
let's talk Poopcore. good albums to poop to, not necessarily albums that remind you of poop. music which relaxes the anus and eases defecation. pic absolutely related, from experience
Incredible album. All about cars.
I'd recommend Ballad of Ole' Betsy.
It's also on Spotify.
>Brian invented the rock concept album 3 years before pet sounds
the absolute madman
Does anyone else like Carrie and Lowell more than Illinois? Just me?
gah that stream was fucking lit.
i love sufjan so much
and he's totally not gay...
Carrie & Lowell is by far my favorite album from Sufjan. Illinois goes on to long for me, and although there are some beautiful moments on it, it isn't as consistent as C&L. All his other albums are fairly good as well, my second favorite being Seven Swans.
what are the best frank zappa albums?
all i've listened to is hot rats and waka/jawaka
what else is good?
MBC Show! Music Core
3:30 – 4:50 PM KST
Episode 500 with special MCs Zico and Chanyeol.
Jun Hyo Seong
Tae Jin Ah
Oh My Girl
honest question—what's the appeal? i can "get" most of the classic/essential bands and such but i really don't understand them, what makes them "essential"
Fuxk all you niggas scarrufi is king
>there are plebs on /mu/ who gave 5 stars to albums that scaruffi gave below an 8
STEP OFF THE TRAIN ALL ALONE AT DAWN
Did he always sing with his head like that? No wonder his voice got fucked up