Is this actually good or am I just that delusional in to my pretentiousness?
>if I could have it back
Reminder that 2010 was 6 years ago.
Goddamn do I love this album.
I recently bought the deluxe edition because the standard version I bough six years ago was getting a bit beat on, which came with the expected bonus shit but also this fantastic, completely unexpected reworked version of "Wasted Hours" which sort of melts into this key change thing at the end. As good as the extras were, that was probably my favorite moment of the deluxe edition
please I know one of you fuckers is lurking. I'll pay you what a vinyl is worth to put this on zippyshare or MEGA. nobody will ever know it's you
you don't understand I'm the biggest Car Seat Headrest fan in the world and I NEED to hear this now
The last 2 artists you've listened to make a record together
Is it good?
all of my money desu
I'm new to Soul music.
Is there an essentials chart of some sort?
What should I start with?
What's Goin' On by Marvin Gaye is an absolute must listen. Otis Blue by Otis Redding, You Got My Mind Messed Up by James Carr, I've Never Loved a Man Life I Love You by Aretha Franklin, Curtis by Curtis Mayfield, and Pastel Blue by Nina Simone are all excellent.
I get some of their older albums being considered "experimental" but why is that term used for these albums? This is literally indie pop.
Is it because they use whacky effects sometimes?
The second half of Feels and half the tracks of Strawberry Jam are far from indie pop. Everything else is pop, but it's pretty ambitious for pop. A lot of MPP is built upon repetition and the use of samples is unique for pop.
What are your favorite rock operas?
does someone know what genre this music is and where i can find more like this?
I need music with these things in it
>passionate vocals with personality
>strong melodic qualities
>explosive and disorienting drums
>abrupt and unpredictable song structures
>Lots of instrumentation
Pic related, I love it. Doesn't have to be Japanese. I also really enjoy DG, but would like to listen to something that steers away from hip hop.Thanks for any recs.
This album is pretty solid. Any other Alt/Country albums worth checking out?
Whoever took the first screencap edited the number of seeders and leechers for some reason. I think he wanted to make it look like a public leak of this was inevitable but it's not.
I was lucky enough to have left my tab open but WCD staff have taken this down for the time being. These 50-odd people along with a select few who took advantage of the bandcamp mistake are the only ones who have it. And out of all of them I know, nobody wants to risk upping it somewhere else.
Need some jungle esque breakcore. Can also be a little drum n' bassy.
Already familiar with bong ra and venetian snares.
Not a fan of anything that sounds hardstyle-ish or japanese.
Want something that goes hard with good drum breaks that maintain a good rolling rhythm and might get a little glitchy towards the highest points of the tracks but isn't necessarily inherently noisy.
Not a fan of shitty filler tracks like you could see on Bikini Bandits Kill Kill Kill.
If u can help you might have good fortune in your future
Catchy lyrics thread!
I JUST WAANT
4 WALLS AND ADOBE SLABS
Work, work, work, work, work, work
He said me haffi
Work, work, work, work, work, work!
He see me do mi
Dirt, dirt, dirt, dirt, dirt, dirt!
So me put in
Work, work, work, work, work, work
When you ah gon'
Learn, learn, learn, learn, learn
Meh nuh care if him
Hurt, hurt, hurt, hurt, hurting