Let's have a relatively respectful discussion about this man and his body of work
-He's been making music for 30 years and has a vast discog at this point covering prog, approaching prog metal at times, pop, ambient, drone etc.
-Over the last few years he's started to pick up some very vocal haters for being too sterile/ boring etc but I still love a lot of his work, it was very important for getting me into music in general. I think he has a really great sense of melody.
-Some of my favs include Insurgentes, the first Blackfield album, the second...
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He's a bit too fedora to take seriously. He appeals to 2 different kinds of people: the le wrong generations that think Pink Floyd is the pinacle of music and metal fans that are trying to branch out to real music.
Well that was danker than I hoped but I'll bite. I have never worn a fedora, I have never thought I was born in the wrong generation, I'm not a massive PF fan and I've never listened exclusively to metal
But, you know, okay
ITT: Musicians who trigger people
"Human's only care about raw emotion in music"
Do you agree with this?
Guys im trying to recall some kind of rock/ blues music that sounded really grimey, dirty, and broken. It also sounded kind of old. I found it in the rym forums a while ago but i just cant remember or find that page. I think the album cover was black/white/grey, maybe some dark blue.
Did it sound like this?
no, it sounded serious and grittier and maybe darker(not sad). I think i heard a key of c, maybe it was a low c and that might be why i say darker but im not sure. reminded me of broken old wood if that means anything
Every fucking song is good and if you don't like it you blow ass.
Nikki Sixx's underage daughter goes to my high school tbH (Chaminade college prep)
Pretty disturbing how nonexistent Led Zeppelin is on this board. Opinions please, even if they might be as irrelevant as this group on this board.
Zeppelin was one of the greater groups. It has to do with the sound, the production. Page is tops for that. All this talk of their inauthenticity misses the point. They transfigured blues rock. Fuck!
>Pretty disturbing how nonexistent Led Zeppelin is on this board.
what have they done for me lately
>The tough question though is Led Zeppelin vs Black Sabbath. I still haven't made up my mind.
well sabbath is still putting out albums this year and a fucking awesome one at that
BRIAN! DONT FUCK WITH THE FORMULA!
I'll fuck with whatever I want, Mike.
>typical Brian "fucking with the formula" Wilson lyrics
I'm gonna be round my vegetables
I'm gonna chow down my vegetables
I love you most of all
My favorite vege-table
If you brought a big brown bag of them home
I'd jump up and down and hope you'd toss me a carrot
>based Mike lyrics
I love the colorful clothes she wears
And the way the sunlight plays upon her hair
I hear the sound of a gentle word
On the wind that lifts her perfume through the air
Close my eyes, she's somehow closer now
Softly smile, I know she must be kind
When I look in her eyes
She goes with me to a blossom world
Best decades in music
80s > 60s > 00s > 90s > 70s
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Albums that actually made a significant impact on your life and not just some high school melodrama bullshit that "got you through"
I'd rather not specify, but I've went through a lot of similar things that happened to poor Daniel...so this album was like a hug
This album made me appreciate harsher sounds in music.
Without it, I probably wouldn't even appreciate early AnCo.
Pic related really broke me into hip-hop for about two and a half years, showed me to how to appreciate an album. It was all I listened to. Then dalek's Negro Necro Nekros got me into krautrock and noise rock.
Get in here and show your appreciation for the DEAK
How come every tool can play a guitar but put a piano in front of them and they just bang on it. Same with drums?
because they only learn the basics guitars, enough to impress girls and people who don't play guitar. Someone who knows how to play well could just somewhat translate frets into keys. Drums are a different story though
Do you like the album art for The Glowing Man?
It's pretty weak compared to the last 2.
Can anyone recommend some ambient/space music that is similar to Burzum's newer stuff like pic related. Astral, dreamy, ancient, mysterious sounding... Doesn't have to be JUST like it but in the same vein.
Haven't seen a lot of people actually enjoy Burzum's new ambient stuff. I enjoyed the Ways of Yore more than Sol Austan, but it's an okay album.
Neptune Towers - Caravans to Empire Algol (Fenriz's ambient project)
Paysage d'Hiver - Die Festung
Thanks I appreciate it. and really there isn't a single Burzum album that I haven't thoroughly enjoyed. People get too caught up in the image of 93' Varg and 'Ea Lord of the Depths' sound and try to compare his new music with his old metal. Instead of just listening to it as an album and not "Varg Vikernes new non-metal albums." If you get my point