ITT: Post your AOTY
1. dream theater - the astonishing
2. venomous concept - kick me silly
3. daughter - not to disappear
4. anderson paak - malibu
5. chtheilist - dernier crepuscule
6. adrian younge - something about april too
7. brothers osbourne - pawn shop
8. anchoress - romance novelist confessions
9. david bowie - blackstar
10. agoraphobic nosebleed - arc
11. dylan leblanc - cautionary tale
12. abbath - abbath
13. sia - this is acting
14. magrudergrind - two
15. half japanese - perfect
haven't got a hope
haven't got a prayer to hear me
Does anyone have any solid Music To Listen To With Your Girlfriend Core, rn she just listens to indie mixes on 8track, but I want to play some albums.
Pic Related an easy first.
Okay. Sorry, I thought I gauged some potential interest for this thread. Perhaps I should have made it more generic, and not included information about myself. Noted. My next post will be better. Thank you for the feedback.
So what is "objectively" bad about them /mu/?
he'll be fine
This is fucking catchy and melancholic at the same time. Where do I get more?
pic related, Human After All, Drink The Sea, and Kid A
also, check out more depeche mode
Post original works and covers, vocals and instrumentals, heck, even memes and bodily noises.
If you do, from the third vocaroo on, please take some time to critique at least two contributions from others.
Name my band
(it's actually just me though)
Worship St. Vincent and her music
>mfw parents found my stash of gay furry porn and they don't care at all
Music for this feel?
did you know that e40 is actually the best rapper?
Which of their albums should I listen to next? I know this is a good starting point but idk where to go from here.
>when she says she likes 21 Pilots
I think this picture is a little more accurate
Thoughts on Godspeed You! Black Emperor
Only listened to Slow Riot and F#A#Infinity, the latter of which is amazing and Slow Riot is okay. They're pretty good in that regard, I don't really have the drive to listen to their other works, F#A# feels like they said everything they had to say: Life is bleak, uncertain, and beautiful.
Classical General - Aria edition. Post your top three arias and discuss.
Riddle me this, guys. I'm about to listen to this two-hour analysis of Grosse Fuge,
and about two minutes in the guy says it's a double fugue.
Am I just fucking stupid in understanding the piece as a triple fugue? There are three clearly repeated and developed themes, all stated at the beginning (although the third isn't developed until later).