>Nirvana isn't punk rock
>Green Day is
Tfw I will never see Korn in 1996 when they were still crazy, in their prime, and so we're crowds. Will never get to see the band that revolutionized fucking metal, in a time when people weren't pussies at concerts, and didn't have phone addictions.
Anyone else feeling this too?
Anyone see Korn in the earlier years?
Will never experience a concert like this in my lifetime. Fucking punks ruining every concert I go to now with their fucking phones
That's it. Im calling it. Music is officially over
I cried listening to Wolves.
ITT Albums that engage appallingly in cultural appropriation.
not heard any of those
but what's that in the top right corner?
nice Basho and NSB
So has noise died on /mu/?
When this album first came out it was the first i had heard of chance the rapper...
however, after a few more song releases I'm beginning to see him as a talented one trick pony... Thoughts /mu/?
wire: pink flag / chairs missing / 154
I dislike most modern hip-hop. I love tons of 80's & 90's hip-hop. The modern hip-hop I like tends to sound like it believies it's still the ninties. DOOM, RTJ, Czarface. Why does most new hip-hop suck? What should I listen to?
does /mu/ like morphine?
Someone I live with constantly listens to Sia and it gets on my nerves, Sia is not a good singer. She screeches and passes it off as "emotion", her persona is nothing new and played out anyway, and most of what sounds good is her production, not her.
is /mu/ still okay with Sigur Ros?
They're really bland IMO. Many of their melodies are campy as shit and they try too hard to be "dude ethereal floaty space lmao". I'm a huge post-rock fan but they don't appeal to me
Is hip hop on the cusp of a new creative renaissance?
Honestly, I think it might be. It's a relatively new genre and it hasn't had much time to evolve but I think we're going to be seeing more experimental forms become mainstream in the coming years