What good albums did this guy make?
Bonus points for those who can name any that aren't Ram and Band on the Run
So I'm really into fugazi lately. I've listened to al of their stuff and I just can't get enough.
Are there any other bands on the dischord label worth checking out?
I listened to Jawbox, they were OK.
I've also listened to Unwound(not on dischord but similar to Fugazi in a way) and iked them a lot.
new Fiona Apple when?
>remix is done by anyone other than the artist of the original track
>"I don't have time for this, you little bald shit"
Why would she say that?
ok /mu/ very serious question!
I'm looking to get into beat making and producing and I want to purchase a laptop as my main device.
Should I go PC or Mac?
what are the pros and cons?from what I know, pc is less expensive, maybe easier to upgrade, and easier to find programs. where as mac would have a better interface and some exclusive programs.
any help is apreciate!
Different from "albums never discussed on /mu/"; if the band is mildly popular or discussed but has albums nobody cares about (ie, smashing pumpkins), it doesn't belong here.
the smiths were such a good band. they were only together for 4 years about put out 4 records and a shit ton of awesome singles. they're the best band
The smiths is for depressed teenage girls to desu
Can you guys honestly give me a reasonable explanation as to why this album isn't at least top 100 of all time?
I'm being serious here, what is it about this album that gets ridiculed here? No worthless criticisms like "le music jus suks, generic trash, numetal shit, bad lyrics" etc. It honestly makes just as much sense as calling Abbey Road "A classic", or having "Great music", but with no explanation as to why.
It's good, but it's no Psybrid Theory
Do you share your music to your irl friends/mutual friends i.e. through Facebook, or do you release your stuff elsewhere under a different moniker?
I've made enough songs now to put out an EP, but I'm debating whether I want my friends and such knowing about it (it's sort of weird, personal acoustic freak folk). To those who don't share it locally, how did you gain traction? How do you accumulate listeners without shilling?
I give my friends tapes/CDs if they ask, and sell them at my shows.
Also if you are afraid to show your friends your music you either have 1) shitty friends or 2) shitty music. Correct the problem.
i have literally no friends so it's not really a thing that's come up for me but hypothetically i'd say that networking your stuff through friends is a great way to start out, assuming you've actually got a good circle of friends and not the kind of people who are going to mock you for being a faggot or whatever
if they like it then they might be inclined to spread it around a little, and if they don't and they're actually good friends then they might offer a bit of constructive criticism that could help you out
I don't have a close circle of friends that would do any such thing. Also I don't have friends with any similar musical interests as me whatsoever. On the one hand, whoever listens might consider it entirely unique and new because they haven't been exposed to my influences. On the other hand, they could be like wtf is this weird shit.
Also I only started learning guitar last year and have no experience of music editing so it'll all be live, lo-fi cuts. All in all, it won't be the most...
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Since The Body was mentioned bunch of times recently, what are /mu/ thoughts on this and Thou in general?
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