but if my favorite artist is a female act I am a waifufag, what's the brilliant logic?
So I'm learning Italian and my teacher thinks it would help me if I listened to some italian music.
The problem is a lot of Italian music is total shit (Ligabue, Gianna Nannini, bland europop) and so I don't fancy it.
Do you guys know of any good italian music (with lyrics) that could help?
I like: Soul, Rhythm and Blues, Blues (pre war, chess, not clapton), Rock and Roll, Folk, Country (old country), Jazz, general "roots music" and the like.
Please help, kids
check out this album, though the singer is not a native italian speaker I understand he's fluent because he used to be married to an italian woman (though I can't say for certain since I don't speak the language)
Lists Charts Rate Reccomend
Y'all know the drill
1. Parquet Courts- Human Performance
2. David Bowie- Blackstar
3. Kendrick Lamar- Untitled Unmastered
4. Ty Segall- Emotional Mugger
5. Frankie Cosmos- The Next Thing
6. Roly Porter- Third Law
7. Lemon Demon- Spirit Phone
8. Animal Collective- Painting With
9. The Field- The Follower
10. Triangulo de Amor Bizarro- Salva Discordia
p.s I havent listened to Deak or the White album yet
1. Parquet Courts - Human Performance
2. Deakin - Sleep Cycle
3. LSD and the Search for God - Heaven is a place
4. Sluge - Exulansis
5. Anderson Paak - Malibu
6. Frankie Cosmos - The Next Thing
7. Brian Eno - The ship
8. The Drones - Feelin Kinda Free
9. Diiv - Is the is are
10. Yeasayer - Amen and Goodbye
How is that Salva Discordia thing? It's #2 on RYM and I never heard of them before, spanish noise pop sounds interesting.
Is AOTSF mean't to be "albums of the season so far"? Anyway:
1. Moderat "III"
2. Baauer "Aa"
3. Roots Manuva "Bleed"
4. Iglooghost "Little Grids"
5. Mat Zo "Self Assemble"
6. Mr Oizo "Hand in the Fire"
(Really haven't listened to much from 2016 so far, recs appreciated)
Will rock ever return back to the mainstream?
Today its mainly hip-hop, synthetic music and pop.. could it ever return back to real rock?
could another beatles, elvis, hendrix, cobain, tupac/biggie smalls rise?
I'm looking for an album with guitar only, but it needs to be something unique and unconventional. I like Derek Bailey quite much, but maybe something a bit more mellow (think Boris - Flood or Neil Young's Dead man OST)
It's been 22 years.
Instead of listening to his stuff today, I think I'll listen to some of the stuff he liked, like the Stooges
God-tier albums nobody has heard of
Tragic but absolutely fucking hilarious story about this album's release. Record label shipped all the sleeves with the wrong record inside.
>yall got the vitamin minerals
Rip viper he suicidal
Why do normies have such unbelievably terrible taste in music?
This is one of the worst songs I have ever heard.
rec/rate/guess foot size
Jean-Clause Vannier - L'Enfant assassin des mouches
The Radio Dept and Allan Edvall are pretty cool I have this old LP of Allan Edvall reading Winnie the Pooh
It's not that cool
What is the greatest hip hop album ever made?
This. But then again this is a worthless discussion based solely in opinion.
Top 5 for me definitely.
I used to think the high-pitched vocals on gimme the loot was Sadat X
post what albums you recently added to your collection and choose a single favorite.
>Spiritualized - Royal Albert Hall 97
let's see what Greg James says
it's a mile-o-meter that spells boobs from Lucy in a blue astra with Chris Hemsworth?