I've been a lifelong classic rock, 90's grunge, 2000+ era rap listener.
Just heard this album for the first time and I'm hooked on this breed of music.
Also listened to White Pony by Deftones.
Any recs for more music like this? Not into screamo or metal.
Whatcha got /mu/?
Oh shit, Yes this two albums are my life. White Pony is absolutely like a photograph of my life about 14 years ago. It literally changed me. As for A Perfect Circle I have lived that album for real and those songs got me through some very dark times.
Thank you for sharing
You are not alone!!!!!
Recently made a thread discussing why /mu/ hates new alternative music
(such as The Black Keys, Arctic Monkeys, Alabama Shakes, and Cage the Elephant)
But I would also like to hear if any of /mu/ thinks they're good and why
Everyone of those bands makes bland and shitty pop music marketed towards retards who fall for marketing buzzwords like "indie" and "alternative".
It's a shame that bands like Sonic Youth and MBV get labeled as " alternative" because they actually made engaging and unique music that doesn't need to be marketed with shity labels just to appeal to mouth breathing retards.
Why is Brit Indie so shit these days? How can people unironically like dross like Catfish and the Bottlemen, Peace, The 1975, Circa Waves, Wolf Alice and Swim Deep?
At least bands from ten years ago like Razorlight, Kaiser Chiefs and Maximo Park had an element of fun and catchyness about them. This lot is just tuneless miserable shite.
These are Marcel's favorite albums of the First Quarter of 2016. How about you /mu/? And thoughts?
How would you describe each regions style in Hip Hop?
we rich and famous we got this money gangsta $hit bang bang
bang bang murkin niggas errday it's getting hot in herre so take off all your clothes
SOULJA BOY TELL'EM
MAN DOWN, WHERE YOUFROM?
best shit i've ever listen
look wot man just copped
I like it, but I honestly don't get what makes it 10/10. Could someone explain it to me?
i think lots of people consider it a breath of fresh air compared to what they're usually used to listening to. It is a good album though, DG's most accessible.
DG are really really unique and interesting, its hard not to like them. :^)
Why was he so much better without the other Beatles?
From late '66 until their break up, Paul was the one component keeping the band at work. John was busy with a divorce, drugs, and depression. George was busy with drinking and meditation. Paul just wanted to make music. Sgt. Peppers and Magical Mystery Tour are basically Paul's entry into becoming the true frontman of the Beatles.
After they broke up, he was uninhibited. Paul was truely the best of them by a mile.
What does /mu/ think about Hamilton The Musical?
All musicals are fucking awful because its Ameria's corporate, commercial equivalent to opera.
Hamilton might just be the worst of all time. Rapping isn't singing, isn't hard and isn't artful.
I can see where you're coming from about rapping, but I would contend that writing a rap (especially ones with such complex lyrical and rhyme structures) is incredibly difficult and laudable.
Some examples are:
Bjork (been a punk until late 80s)
Scott Walker (teen pop idol until the 60s)
Bark Psychosis (originally they were a Napalm Death cover band)
Ryuichi Sakamoto (been the leader of the electronic trio Yellow Magic Orchestra)
i knew this would happen, i put you on the jury and you vote for the stupidest gook
Why is hip hop the only genre of music that doesn't have a prominent underground scene? Artists that aren't signed to major labels don't count, I'm talking about like NYC 80's hardcore punk scene. If you ask self-proclaimed 'hip hop heads' on this board what their favorite artists are, they'll all give you the same answers: GZA, MF Doom, Kanye, Mobb Deep, Eric B. and Rakim, Outkast, Kendrick, Gang Starr, Notorious B.I.G., maybe Aesop Rock and Eyedea maybe Cunninlynguists. They all listen to the same shit, why is this? The most 'underground'...
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