Is it possible to be completely subjective while judging music? Can it only be done if one is not exposed to other opinions? Is it wrong to listen to music for the sole reason of judging it?
recommend me some legitimate punk/post punk /mu/
1. Road Trippin
2. Give It Away
3. Under the Bridge
4. Around the World
6. Don't Forget Me
7. Throw Away Your Television
8. Venice Queen
9. Can't Stop
10. Higher Ground
9001. Dani California
My top 10 are as follows
1: Skinny Sweaty Man
2: Subway to Venus
3: Good Time Boys
4: True Men Don't Kill Coyotes
5: Knock Me Down
6: Fight Like A Brave
7: Out In LA
8: Get Up and Jump
9: If You Have To Ask
10: Funky Crime
So I think this is the best album I've ever listened to, despite searching I've never found anything that matches this to me. Still fairly new to exploring music and not listening to shit music though.
>Still fairly new to exploring music and not listening to shit music though.
well if you like it then you like it, right? its all about the experience when you experience it, what it means to you
Seriously, stop with this fucking meme. It's old. It's illogical. I've been coming here since May 2015 and I've always seen this, not to mention JERDK. Just stop. Just stop posting it. It's not funny. It's forced as fuck, just like you were out your mom's vagina because you were too big so they had to force you to come out.
>Xiu Xiu starts playing
What does /mu/ think of Tool?
back on /mu/ for the first time in 6 months, what'd I miss?
so aside from Flying Lotus I haven't really listened to any electronic music and would like to explore the genre.
Start me out with some stuff that's plebby enough to be "essential", but a little bit progressive like FlyLo so I find it interesting... nothing too repetitive
this is a general about sad music
we had like 8 people last night please come back
chart that got posted yesterday
just started listening to slowcore more, really dug stratosphere and kid dakota.
is this a genre where there's only like 10 bands worth knowing or is there more
I'm finally listening to all of Speedin Bullet to Heaven. Not sure what to expect, heard stories of how awful it is.
It can't be THAT bad. Right?
how do you guys feel about aurora aksnes's body of work?
What will pitchfork rate it?
Is it worth listening?