prove to me that art-rock isn't the greatest genre protip you cant
What led to this Montie hate movement on /mu/? If you guys dislike this guy so much, then just ignore him? Pretend he doesn't exist. No need to act childish and to show you hate him by pissing on pictures of everything he is and loves or instantly hate albums he enjoys by throwing them in the trash. Completely immature. If you're triggered, hold back and ignore.
What's the absolute shittiest concert you guys have ever been to?
ITT: Times where you really wanted to like an album but there was one thing that utterly ruined it for you.
pic related is obvious
What are /mu/'s thoughts on Young Thug and his music?
Barter 6 was objectively a terrible album and Slime Season was much better even though it's a mixtape.
Hey /mu. I've been playing guitar for a few years now. The thing is, I sorta missed out on my open-chord douchebag fundamentals. Let me explain. So when I started playnig made it my goal to play guitar in my school jazz band, so I focused on learning my scales, mainly just practiced lead, and once school started all the songs i would learn were jazz songs. Well after about a year and a half of going down the whole jazz guitar rabbit hole I decided I fucking hated jazz and I straight up quit. I took a couple months of not playing guitar and now I find myself here. My love...
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Wow. this sure went to shit quick after track 4
>im a pleb for not enjoying unlistenable boring garbage
>DID HE INVENT VAPORWARE AS WE KNOW IT???
What are some artists/albums that aren't Ween and Butthole Surfers that have the brown sound?
Well I've done it /mu/. You've broken me. I just spent the last half hour listening to a nigger yell in my ear behind some shit lo-fi synths WITHOUT any explanation. Do you understand /mu/? That means I've lost. That means that ignorance and meme spamming and shitposting nonsense has finally lead me down the oily path straight into the oven. You've set me ablaze /mu/. I'm on fire.
ITT: Post objectively bad albums
>listened to Familiars for the first time the other day and loved it, 9/10
>listened to Hospice for the first time afterwards and thought it was good but not great (certainly not anywhere near Familiars), 7.5/10
Am I missing something on hospice? You guys talk about it all the time so I figured it would be better than it actually was
Burst Apart is the best Antlers album btw.
Hospice gets more recognition on here since it's more interesting as an album, with the whole conceptual story of the cancer patient and what not. Familiars is great though.
Of these two masterpieces of post-country, which is your favorite?
Any Dead fans here, /mu/?
Are you hyped for the 5 and a half hour Dead tribute album spearheaded by The National coming out soon?
BONUS: Have you heard Garcia's first solo album? It's god-tier.
Workingman's dead or Anthem
Currently 10-12-68 (Fillmore)
Jack Straw probably
Mega linky with show, anthem and 2 random songs
which one is better?