What does /mu/ think of ARTPOP now that it's been 3 years?
What's the least-hated music artist?
i.e. when you say "I listen to <music artist>", practically no one would say "damn, your taste sucks"
Has to be a somewhat known music artist, doesn't count as least-hated if it's only because no one's heard of it
Pic may be related, I hardly know anyone who dislikes Arctic Monkeys
The ride never ends
What Instrument(s) do you play?
How long have you been playing your instrument(s)
ill start off
>6 years, 2 years
>inb4 GiTar mustard race
Guitar for 22 years, suck it kids
I also figured out how to play Super Mario Bros 2 on piano while getting shithoused on Steel Reserve in one night
I play lots of stuff but realistically I can only call myself a guitarist, pretty pleb tier at the rest
What are some of the best French House albums out there, /mu/?
>not posting the actual french house album from their discography
>See Sufjan Stevens trending on YouTube for his Coachella performance
>Remember how amazing his performance of Casmir Pulaski Day was
>Watches the video for two minutes
What happened to him? Did he start smoking a shit ton of weed or become a hippy dippy shit?
Essentially. He really fucked himself up on drugs when he was recording Adz and his latest album shows that he's lost and trying to find himself. He'll never be the precious little Seven Swans boy again. He will continue to make great music though.
She's the modern day Madonna
Fight me on this one.
I'm serious, Achtung Baby is worth a listen or three for the production design alone.
The idea that such an unabashedly pop-y band that had been around for over a decade, making a mainstream-oriented album, would/could throw together a borderline-noise rock album with long, meandering "K-hole"-esque instrumental stretches and overlaid layers of reverb that MBV could be proud of seems utterly foreign in today's pop musical climate.
Today, it would be as if Maroon 5 or Coldplay decided to completely ditch their sound...
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>Today, it would be as if Maroon 5 or Coldplay decided to completely ditch their sound and make an album produced by Brian Eno.
ITT: We post our least obscure song/album from our music libraries, then compare it to our most obscure and let others judge our picks
>the guy sitting next to me on the subway is listening to U2 unironically
Music for this feel?
ITT: 10/10s that mu won't truly recognise until after the artist dies
is she an angel or a devil
> the title of the song is spelled in the lyrics
This is literally Song Cycle but with a girl. One of the tracks on Ys sounds almost identical to All Golden or Palm desert (i forget which)
>inb4 b-but VDP produced it!