i work in a restaurant and i want to listen to music in the back but i cant wear headphones so give me some bearable normie music me and my coworkers can enjoy. I was thinking of something like classic rock, everyone knows it and tolerates it idk what do you think family?
I just kinda put one Beach House if I don't have headphones and I don't wanna bother anyone. That's just me though. edm is pretty safe, too.
I'm sure you don't have to do just classic rock.
Ask people at work what they like to listen to. Make a pandora shuffle mix of their suggestions for a few weeks and see what they like/dislike. Then make your own mix of stuff that is bearable.
i posted this in a couple 5x5 threads but got little attention, so rate me /mu/
What are your thoughts on this album and its production style, /mu/?
Anyone know what kind of pedals he uses to get that sound?
The reason I think most people who are addicted to music is because we're isolated from nature... the original form of classical music. I believe people become addicted to it is because people are separated from what most humans used to be, nature. Now a days people only think "true music" has to comes from synthetic sounds.
>nature is music too
bro i fucking love nature, i try to spend as much time in it as i can. i also love music, especially nature-y music. just want to thank this board for introducing me to most of it (the microphones/mount eerie, early anco, akron/family, silver mt zion)
DUDE LSD LMAO
DUDE I'M 15 LMAO
and possibly suicide watch
Explain to me why this kind of music wasn't accepted earlier in America.
I'm an Amerifag, and I started getting down to this shit as soon as my mom started listening to it - which was as soon as this album came out - but clearly Jamiroquai and other European electronic music didn't start getting big in the US until 7 or 8 years ago.
What the fuck? I'd forgotten about this album until about a year ago, rediscovered it, and my gentle jesus...it's fucking huge!
Why the fuck wasn't this shit bigger earlier?...
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Stereo vs mono
With the recent death of Phife Dawg how does /mu feel about A Tribe Called Quest?
Name my band, /mu/
Favorite song from a Wes Anderson film?
How do you feel about shuffling, /mu/?
I just remembered a rock song from a band fully (I believe) comprised of black guys. I remember electric guitar, but not the heavy kind. I think the music video involved gang fighting, but the non-serious kind (acting like they were gonna stab with knives but they keep dodging, etc.).
Can anyone help point me in the right direction? I believe the song was from at least this century, if not the last ten years.
(Pictured: me right now)
How do I make my guitar sound like Parquet Courts?
I think they're geniuses