This is honestly one of the most original and creative bands of the 2000s thus far and is severely underrated by mainstream consciousness because it's labeled "emo."
Eno is degenerate product of American youth culture. If you were not a suburban, flabod white teenage male with a chubby clingy gf with several personality disorders, then you would know what I'm talking about, buddy
I'm looking for albums with a feeling of anxiety throughout them. What are some options /mu/?
You guys excited?/
>check out rock song
>bassline is root notes played in a dull, repetitive pattern
will normies understand glitch, minimalism, noise or musique concrete someday?
How patrician are you?
Tony Conrad Died today, aged 76
What's your favorite work by the dude?
ITT: artists who's first album was a masterpiece and then everything afterwards was garbage
>everything after was garbage
This and The Private Press were both fantastic.
This is mostly bad. I dont like it.
Memes aside, does anyone here enjoy the music of TOOL?
Even just casually?
When you're listening to Tool, just remember that they're not like other bands. Their music is incredibly artistic, almost to the point where you have to be paying complete attention to them to even remotely understand them. I remember listening to a song on Lateralus (though I can't remember what it was), where I thought a song was absolute bollocks during the listen. Then, I closed my eyes for a second, and all of a sudden the song had an entirely new meaning. It was insane the way Tool could just become something so different when you take a look into the music.
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>band name is album name is opening track name
also pic related (collection of singles)
This cute girl from my math class wants me to go to a Korn concert with her. Should I buy a ticket? Also Switchfoot is opening.
>Before listening: "I want to hear an interesting take on race relations"
>After: "That wasn't clever"
Anyone else into of montreal