What's a recording best heard at a LOWER volume?
Just dropped an acid tab, which album would you recommend to me right now?
whats your favorite track from this album?
>A SKINNY NIGGA
>SIX WING MILD SAUCE
>discover an album I think is amazing
>after listening I look it up on Scaruffi's site
>he gave it less than a 7.5
Pardon my reach... as they say, but how about this album?
What does /mu/ think of this album?
What are some artists that had a really sad drop in quality?
Exuma made three really great, very creative folk albums before making like ten albums that were all forgettable junkanoo. Some good songs, though, like Attica and Exuma's Reincarnation.
Born Under a Bad Sign easily stands among the top 10 blues albums of all time, Years Gone By and I'll Play the Blues for You were also superb (and the albums in-between were good too) but then Stax (and the subsequent record companies) put him with the most dull musicians/producers and it all sank into mediocrity.
Whoever thought that mixing Albert's guitar to be below some random session musician on I Want to Get Funky deserves a good beating.
It's all downhill from here
Black Sabbath without either Ozzy or Dio was just tragic at times
thoughts on this article /mu/?
I hate to say it fellas but this article is absolutely right. Indie rock is a white man's playground with little to no POC. It needs to stop. It's 2016 and it's getting ridiculous. Now watch underage racist anons attack me.
I want to revolutionize today's music.
For rock, in the 60's there was psych-rock, the 70's had dadrock, 90's had shoegaze and grunge, 00's had screamo.
As for electronica, each decade had their own iconic recognizable pop sound.
What's going on today? What can I make in 2016 that people will look back at and say "damn, he took 2010's music and tweaked it a little to make it into something totally different" ??
Does /mu/ listen to psytrance? Favorite artist and album?
Why did grunge shoegaze never become a thing? It's the logical conclusion to the two alt scenes of the early 90s
>vocalist counts in a song
How many times do you listen to an album before you pass judgement on it?
>If the answer is one, please go and pretend to have an interest in music somewhere else
We can agree that it's great, right?
Or /mu/ still need more time to grow?