Hey, /mu/. Complete idiot here.
Ever since I was young I wanted to transcribe my internal music, but I simply don't know how, I was never taught an instrument and can not read a sheet to save my life. I want to change that, but I don't have an inkling where to begin. Does anyone have any books/lectures/videos that can help me pave my way to complete understanding of notation, and perhaps beyond that? Thank you in advance.
is this the pinnacle of music?
What music do they listen to?
Shaggy listens to Ween and Pavement, Daphne is into Kate Bush and City Pop, Belma is the resident patrician who listens to glitch and jazz mashups slowed down at 200%, Fred is into both Top 40 and patrician stuff
What does /mu/ think about Revolver?
when do you think BoC will announce their next album?
i dunno, i hope we at least get an announcement this year even if it's not officially released until 2017. the remix activity has given me hope (still mad we didn't get a th ep though)
also marcus a qt
Give me patrician 70's albums that are essential listening
the slits - cut
sly - there's a riot goin on
sun ra - lanquidity
dadawah - peace and love
the fall - dragnet
marvin gaye - what's goin on
willie nelson - red headed stranger
the raincoats - the raincoats
Would you say this is an accurate review of a Death Grips show /mu/?
1966-2015 your favourite album/release from each year chart.
>math rock band concert
>they only perform improvised songs instead of their already established songs or fan favorites
So /mu/, now that the dust has settled, how do we rank these?
Tens of thousands of impersonators, his music is timeless, documentaries still done about him, countless CDs released post death.
I realize there are other more commercially successful acts/groups (e.g Beatles, Rolling Stones, MJ etc), but in terms of overall legacy and mainstream success, would it be Elvis?
Hard to say, but I feel like the largest lasting legacies as of now belong to the 'big four' classic rock staples: The Beatles, Pink Floyd, Led Zeppelin, and the Rolling Stones. Those bands are still extremely popular today and with people of all ages, and Elvis really isn't. As of now, Elvis is the second-best selling artist of all time behind the Beatles, but I think he'll be overtaken by the bands I listed.
>"everybody fucking jump"
>(name of city or music festival) WHAT THE FUCK IS UP?!
How much of your library would you have left if you deleted all the rock with its gazillion pointless subgenres?
i would have all of itleft because i am not an anti-intellectual who listens to rock music