let's av it edition
>I pretend to like pop music to appear open-minded
>I'm self-conscious of being denoted an elitist so I trick myself into liking shit music so I can level with plebs
WHYYYY CAN'T IIII SEE THE SUUUNSPOOOTS IN YOUR EEEEYYEEESSS
I can't wait for this thread to die with no posts in it.
I always want to like /dark/ threads but all they ever are is lists of unlabeled youTube links of songs anyone into the genre(s) have heard with no descriptions or reasons for anyone not already into the genre(s) to click on them
...a classic from a great forgooten 90's dark psychedelic Seattle band. Their shows always had great light shows and effects and they really stood out from all the flannel bands at the time, check 'em out.
Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Neon - Lobotomy
Linea Aspera - Preservation Bias
Dreams In Hell - Perpetul Funeral
is this the pinnacle of music?
What albums are you guys looking forward to that are releasing in 2016? Im looking forward to:
Death Grips-Bottomless Pit
Kanye West- turbo graphx 16
Swans- the glowing man
Honus Honus- use your delusion
Tim heidecker- In glendale
And unanounced albums from Gorillaz, Captain Murphy, Radiohead, and Danny Brown
Which music do white people listen to?
Better than Filth.
Not what they used to be but still interesting, and you gotta applaud that they keep experimenting.
>Ice Ice Baby comes on the radio
[spoiler]>tfw it's actually Under Pressure[spoiler]
Despite Millennials (or Generation Y if that is what you refer to them as) claiming to like "everything", do you think Indie music (indie pop, indie rock, indie folk, etc.) and EDM the main music for millennials just as Grunge/Alternative and Rap/Hip-Hop was for Generation X?
grunge and rap is revolt music that was made in opposition of the mass machined music of those eras.
Indie was originally a part of the same movement during that era, however now that entire movement has lost focus, reformed, and pulls influence directly from the source that it once opposed.
>grunge and rap is revolt music that was made in opposition of the mass machined music of those eras.
that's what they wanted you to think, but honestly no it's the same shit with a different image on it
B.o.B, the rap nigga who thinks the world is flat, just released a new song talking about cloning centres.
Human cloning centres.
Is this all an act or does he genuinely believe this shit?
ITT: Albums you liked up until that one part happened
I liked the intro of the first track but the moment that bassline came in I started having doubts. By the time the fucking yodelling started I lost my shit
>MY BLOOOOOOOD FLOWS HAAAARSHLY
the album is alright but shit, does his voice ruin the mood when he's not doing a whispery delivery.
What is it like to see Swans live? I'll be seeing them in Chicago. Are they MBV loud? Louder? How are the people who show up to see them? Aggressive?
my sides, my fucking sides
13 year old girls lining up to see their flavor of the month boy band are far more aggressive and threatening.
Michael Gira has always hated moshing so I wouldn't worry about the crowd. I've never seen MBV but I've seen Swans. They like it loud but I think they've toned it down. I believe they were at their loudest on their farewell tour for the first iteration of the group. Still, I would suggest bringing quality earplugs. I decided not to wear mine because it didn't feel visceral enough without the high frequencies that the plugs reduced. Have fun.
Expect a pretty rough circle pit, you should be fine if you stand in the back. Lots of Swans fans are diehards and will crowd the front of the stage before the opening act even hits the stage. It might seem safe to scooch up front, but be careful because when the Swan drops it's gonna get real crazy real fast.
>Open cassette case
>Only an octopus tentacle