We starting a new one?
Heres my latest track
I return all feedback on soundcloud!
also hit me up if you wanna collab
>does this guy ever stop?
>i will kiss you~
i just want to talk about this album with someone
might as well have two 3x3s if there are two 5x5s
Punk rock thread. What punk bands should I be listening to right now?
What's some /mu/ approved metal? Not /metal/ approved, that's different.
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3AM Eternal edition
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I'm cold as fuck right now
What's some music that will make me feel warm?
This is a rather sentimental post for me.
In the latter stages of my youth, Morrissey grew to be a personal hero of mine, he and HP Lovecraft. Morrissey's blunt, yet delicate lyricism resonated with me all through my ill-adjusted teen years. Though I've grown rather coarse and cold since then, lines like "You can pin and mount me, like a butterfly" still permeate the my stone-skin. I still cry listening to "You've Got Everything Now," and "There Is a Light That Never Goes Out." Morrissey reminds me that I too am human, and that I need to be loved.
My time on /mu/ has exposed me to a variety of opinions pertaining to music. That, among all else, is what I most appreciate about this place: its ever-open ear for dissenting opinions, given they are well-substantiated. All that being said, though, there are things I cannot tolerate. For far too long this community has misattributed Morrissey's personal quirks to some conscious choice on his behalf. This is wrong in every sense of the word. Morrissey is autistic. He suffers an inescapable condition whose pangs the overwhelming majority of you are privileged to never know, yet you've the audacity to make fun of him.
Is he blunt, perhaps even crude, in conveying his convictions? Absolutely. Is he often aloof to how alienating his political stances are? More than often--constantly. Has he exercised passive-aggression towards several of his contemporaries over ultimately trivial matters? That is rather subjective, but one could make the argument. However, Morrissey is the ever-captive prisoner to his autism and he ought not be held accountable for acts such as these, when they are roused wholly by circumstances beyond his control.
I welcome debate. All that would like to challenge my position are free to do so.
I don't understand you people.
Why can't you just take anything seriously.
I take the time to carefully convey my thoughts, and you think it's a joke. Do I have to make a joke for you to take me seriously?
I don't understand.
>it's a non-british post-punk band
Leak when editon
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Alright guys, another mosaic thread. This one isn't a rolling thread, so just claim the square you want (200x200 pixels) and make it your own.
Note that I will be turning away shitty squares, I'm not that picky but I'm not going to include ones that won't mesh with the rest of the cover at all or clearly have no effort put into them.
Save the final piece as a PNG file because JPEG compression is brutal on smaller images.
Have you ever cried to an album?
last week the ending melody on Long Season live by Fishmans, where the guitar and the strings are in unison made me cry. it was the first time i ever cried to music. felt good honesty, i thought it would never happen
Describe an album with a Ed Edd n Eddy quote