>Sleep Sleep Sleep go to Sleep
>album proceeds to put me to Sleep
>rhyming dance with chance
even though Stan Getz said that jazz is a man's game, women in jazz deserve a thread, at the very least
>Billie Holiday stands at or near the top of any knowledgeable short list of American singers. Not even Aretha, Elvis, or Al Green is in her class--her only competition is Louis Armstrong, whose improvisational smarts she emulated, and Frank Sinatra, who adored her. Yet Holiday had a much smaller voice than any of these titans, and by 1958, when she died of alcohol abuse at 43, it was a wreck. Her magic is all in her languid timing, subtle melodic variations, unmatched conversational intimacy, and above all physical timbre--young and buttery or brandy...
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>first line of the song is the title
I want to start recording rap tracks on my PC. I've decided to buy a USB mic for it. I got my eye on two mics: Blue Yeti and Blue Snowball.
Have any of you ever used either of them for recording rap vocals and how was it? Which one should I get? I'm open to other suggestions, the price range should be $100-120
Rate, rec, love and guess something
Talk about an album from your chart and tell everyone why it's good or bad
you have a cat
you have a dog
ITT: albums made by people who probably have magical powers
Alright /mu/sicians, I have a different kind of music sharing thread for you. I want to listen to your grittiest, your dirtiest, your rawest LIVE sets. This isn't simply a Soundcloud thread to post your produced works, I want to see instruments in your hands and spaghetti in your pockets.
Setup your 8 piece ska band for your little nephew's birthday party? Post that shit. Did you record yourself playing sad songs for sad people on an acoustic in your bedroom? Drop the link, nigga. Spit some fire freestyle in the McDonald's parking lot on your iPhone? You know what to do. Are you a DJ? Well fuck off unless you uploaded a video of you rocking the turn table like your mother turns tricks.
Any streaming video links will work, doesn't matter if it's Facebook, Youtube, Vimeo, or whatever the fuck. Mistakes are encouraged, now let's see what you got!
I enjoyed that, especially when the piano became really prominent, this is exactly the kind of stuff I was hoping to see.
Here's another band I know:
RIDIN WITH THE PISTOL GRIP
ITT: /mu/ writes a song one note at a time
What does /mu/ think of the brand new Rae Sremmurd single?
Will they be the first artist to release consecutive AOTYs?
Which songs should've been in the Sweet 16?
What are some albums that feel like Spring?
Recommend me music that evoke feelings of nostalgia for a time I've never lived.
Check this OP, amazing album: