What do you guys think of Frank Zappa?
Is he cool in these parts?
it's pretty much the only music I listen to. Would such music catch on today?
>it's pretty much the only music I listen to. Would such music catch on today?
No, the current music market values mediocrity and consistency, the exact opposite of what Zappa gave.
do people unironically listen to field recordings in the same sense as we listen to music?
What is the first shoegaze song ever?
ITT: good albums, bad covers
Why is Johnny Cash always the exception for people who dislike country music?
>It's a Anthony shits on a good album episode
>It's an Anthony reviews hardcore or metal episode
Name a singer that's hotter and more talented than Alessia Cara
Thoughts on this album?
recommend me some similar comfy songs please. anything in the vein of tape saturated drums, nostalgic melodies and human simplicity. like boards of canada's stoned brother sitting on a couch with a glass of hot chocolate with miniature marshmellows.
damn this is great
>The song sounds better at 1.25 speed
>buy vinyl of album I like
>it sounds slightly, SLIGHTLY faster than the digital version
Holy shit. I went into this thinking I was gonna be subject to another /mu/-style indie garage band with one good album filled with sadness and melancholy but I was instantly hit by some groovy ass beats. I'm loving it so far.
Just when I thought I started getting bored of "indie-rock".
This album is insanely catch and fun. Why do I almost never see it on /mu/?
What was the consensus on this?