>he calls hip hop "rap"
Post musician + meme and share results
>"I really like the music, I just can't stand the screaming"
Pleb or patrician?
rec, r8, guess something about people
What are you listening to right now?
What albums have you enjoyed recently?
What are some of your favorites?
Come in here and chill
I used to religiously listen to essential mix every Friday night for the past several years. Sucks that I now work whenever its on and have no time to catch up.
HIGHLIGHTS SO FAR
>Noel Gallagher rocks it up with The Heavy
>The Vandals lead singer sounds like a shitty old stand up comedian who knows he's being shitty and doesn't fucking care, which is kind of working.
>Steady Holiday melts everyone's hearts with cute looks and pleasant music,...
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ITT: We post our top 5 albums of all time and we rate, rec and discuss.
1. Slint - Spiderland
2. Swans - Soundtracks for the Blind
3. Godspeed You! Black Emperor - F#A#
4. Magma - Wurdah Ïtah
5. Magma - Mekanïk Destruktïw Kommandöh
Are Steely Dan good? I can't tell if they're just cheesy soft-rock/smooth jazz or actually really good.
what album do you clean your room to?
Continuing last thread
Requesting a Zippyshare of ¿neen?
Post albums you thought you'd hate but ended up loving
Are these the five most important figures in jazz history?
1. Louis Armstrong
2. Duke Ellington
3. Charlie Parker
4. Miles Davis
5. John Coltrane
If you don't think they are, who do you think the top 5 most important are?
If you agree with that top 5, who do you think 6 through 10 would be?
By "important" do you mean influential?
Those are definitely the 5 most influential.
I'd say 6 is definitely Monk.
7 is maybe Mingus.
8 maybe Ornette
After that it's tricky.