I've been drumming for about a year, I'm a little depressed/writers block/bored whatever. I finally have a decent kit, just need new cymbals and drum heads. But I'm bored, what are some things I can learn or do that's fun? I play blast beats and I'm pretty good at them to about 160bpm, I started doing jazz, the purdie shuffle, trying out reggae even. I'm just bored and instead of playing for hours straight I get frustrated and stop playing. I love to jam with people but I only know three or four guys and our schedules don't align for a 'full...
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Mama Mia! Post-rock sure is a shitty genre!
ITT: bands whose last album was their best
ITT: post albums that still haven't gotten old
What's some essential nu-male music?
How does /mu/ feel about Fallout Boy?
Why do hispanics love The Smiths so much?
What do you guys suggest? Is it worth it?
holy fuck, mu, yachty might actually be a little slow. not being a dick but watch this
Is it wrong to music shame your kids?
I have this sinking feeling my kids will find music from our current generation and think it's super deep. I just don't want my kids be one of those twenty-one faggots.
*holds up spork*
I didn't say I didn't like the album fampai. It's fantastic, I'm listening to it now.
Really it's just the first half that's spork-y (in a good way), Zebra is super melodic and a lot more consistent.
>it's just britpop with reverb
>it's faux-krautrock with Thom crooning on top of it
>listens to Steve Reich once
Are The Residents worth a listen?
Yes. Start at the beginning and go in chronological order. Everything from their debut to Mark of the Mole is great. They drastically change their sound around the beginning of the 80s and its not to everyone's taste but theres still a few good albums after that.