Albums with one god awful track that ruins the entire thing
>"Life in Drag"
What's some more viralcore?
What's some good music to listen to while in a war?
Tiesto on now
Laidback Luke afterwards
Use http://be-at.tv/brands/ultra/ultra-music-festival-miami-2016-resistance-day-2/mind-against as an alternative to the Ultra stream
Objectively better albums than Loveless
And they engage like every teacher in a deep meaningful conversation but are probably failing every class
Also despite Pygmalion and some Mojave 3 songs being okay that band has the equivalent of one tiny finger of Kevin's talent.
death grips hahahahahaahhhaha
real talk though I really enjoy the production on Death grips records - especially niggas on the moon.
Flatlander for me does an incredible job and stands out as one of the more unique producers of our time. I just wish he had solo stuff. I do have respect for Zach hill, his drumming style and Flatlander's production go hand in hand perfectly. But I fail to take mc ride seriously most songs. Most songs I just sorta try my best to ignore his vocals and focus on the production but obviously that's kinda hard. I do wish they would release all the instrumental...
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smoking cigarettes in the shower
when they get wet i just light another
ITT: How to pronounce an artist's name, album etc.
I'll start with Micheal Gira cause i've heard numerous versions of it. Is it:
Can we get a lo-fi hip hop thread going? I've really been digging cLOUDDEAD's self titled recently.
I'm not sure what you're getting at.
cLOUDDEAD's early EPs were recorded in bedrooms on a shitty 8 track cassette recorder with crappy keyboards, RadioShack mics and the most basic Boss samplers so it's definitely lo-fi.
I'm looking for some new music..
I'm one of those who's been listening to Beatles and Pink Floyd with my head in the sand.
Now I'm looking for a more modern sounding rock band, but I've got no idea where to start.
River City Extension
The Ex have been around since the 80s but their 90s and later stuff is their best stuff
St. Vincent might count as rock I don't know
You might want to try branching out from rock. Most good stuff these days isn't strictly rock and has influences from other places.
1. Giving Bad People Good Ideas
6. Bubbles Buried in This Jungle
9. BB Poison
10. Three Bedrooms in a Good Neighborhood
11. Ring a Bell
13. Bottomless Pit
>"yeah I like hip hop"
>only hip-hop they listen to is Kendrick and some Kanye
Why do people hate this? Is it the polyrhythms? Or is it because Scaruffi likes it and he hates their favorite Beatles?
because it objectively sounds like dog shit.
subjectively you can feel however you want to but it doesn't save it from overly disjointed instrumentals and extremely poorly recorded vocals that sound like the rambling of a homeless dude that didn't catch the methadone bus that previous morning.
again subjectively, thats for each person to decide for themselves
objectively it sounds like a sonic representation of Ugliness.
How can one lineup even be so good?
that line-up is shit, op.
this line-up is the best all year
Does anyone have a download link of the most updated version? Thanks in advance