Oh my god. I'm sobbing. This just clicked. Born To Run is the greatest song ever recorded. Not even kidding.
>Tfw weezer is officially back
Anyone else love Swans but *hate* The Seer and To Be Kind?
I really don't understand the appeal of these albums at all. The Seer was boring and To Be Kind was just lame.
(FWIW, my favorite Swans albums are Cop and White Light from the Mouth of Infinity)
alternate album thread
there was this thread
its now gone
Build a wall
Kick out all anti-memers
Make /mu/ great again
What's the music equivalent of this? Not the retarded one that has "rock" at the first tier and "noise rock" at the fifth or whatever. One that's actually written by a knowledgable person. Thanks.
Here you can learn how to be half as cool as me.
Actually rate and recommend edition.
Shocking Blue - At Home
maybe you'll like it, idk
I'm not really good with recs
Only videos with under 50,000 views.
Id like as many responses as possible from non musicians, but if you are a musican fell free to respond just let the thread know your a musician.
Its not about good or bad music because even a really bad song can be popular im trying to see what a non musician thinks is the easiest genre to compose for. Because a musicians point of view will almost always be biased.
why are beautiful people more talented
Off OPs topic but I see people compare her voice to Bjork a lot and I just don't get it at all other than the fact that they both have a vagina
i think bjork in her prime was much hotter d.esu
What is the Zizek of /mu/sic?
So he's a Freudian, Lacanian, capitalist?
Does it get any more embarrassing than this?
pic related: height of embarrassment
>main theme of the album is suicide
Will producers ever get the recognition they deserve? here's a pop example:
Drake's hotline bling was produced by Nineteen85 and has almost 700m views on youtube along with 400m+ streams on spotify, and yet Nineteen85 has around 6k followers on twitter
I will say there has been a heightening in awareness towards the importance of producers in recent times, but still no where near that of the actual pop star imo - which I can understand, but will the masses continue to simply give little attention to producers or will it eventually grow? do producers prefer...
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Wasn't hotline bling based off of cha cha? So it wasn't a revolutionarily unique beat or anything. So I guess if it wasn't a crazy different beat nobody had heard anything like before, then not many people would care about the producer.
People only care about metro because they make memes about him and future blasted his fame to the moon.
But if I was a producer, I wouldn't give two shits about my public fame as long as I was paid what I deserve.
>People only care about metro because they make memes about him and future blasted his fame to the moon.
>But if I was a producer, I wouldn't give two shits about my public fame as long as I was paid what I deserve.
I doubt it, unless they cross over into creating original music. Case in point: Max Martin. Most everyone across the world probably knows a Max Martin song, but if you ask people about him, nobody knows who he is.
Are there any punk albums as good as or better than this?
As far as post-punk goes, there are a lot of contenders. Not that I'd call London Calling post-punk though, I don't consider it a true punk album either though. As far as reasonable contenders, and shit that will get posted in this thread - here's a list https://rateyourmusic.com/customchart?page=1&chart_type=top&type=album&year=alltime&genre_include=1&genres=Punk+Rock&include_child_genres=t&include=both&limit=none&countries=