How does /mu/ feel about The Vaccines?
>garage rock post-punk revival hybrid
Post lyrics, songs: we rate/critique.
Yes. You should. Make sure you listen to this masterpiece afterwards.
Is there anyone who listens to multiple genres of music at the same time (for example, rock, metal, jazz and classical music at the same time)
>calls it "daring, avant garde, original, experimental"
>lists off influences of musicians i like
>hmm i should check this out
>listen to it
>utter crap without a hint of originality
It blows my mind that this is the kind of stuff that he thinks is "avant garde and experimental" yet he blows off actual avant garde music as "music that john cage did decades before"
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Yeah. I understand that he needs to appeal to his fanbase but he should also introduce them to something challenging every now and then
I mean how the fuck is this experimental? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XibHLDrlUls
why can't I just get into these two fucks? I've tried listening their discography over and over again but I just can't help but to cringe and shiver at their music. I can't be the only one who can't see their appeal, right?
>friendly reminder post-rock was the last important and relevent act in rock history
What's his best work /mu/?
Holy shit I love this album. After 2 listens I'm in love
ITT: Worst critically acclaimed bands
Massive Attack have agreed to collaborate with the last vocalist you've listened to.
Is it hit or miss?
why is james ferraro so good?
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