Is 90210 one of the best hip hop songs of 2010s?
How did Trav manage to pull this out of his ass? It stands out so much compared to the rest of the album
I like it when cuties talk about their record collections.
What is your favourite aggressive album
can we have a noise rock/post hardcore thread?
Name my college radio show, /mu/. I'm gonna play a lot of shitty memes. Will link here if I get a show and take requests.
What's the comfiest album you've ever heard, /mu/?
Nice selections, guys.
Showed this to some friends last night.. They absolutely loved it.
showed this and Amnesiac to my friend who knew about but didn't love Radiohead. She's totally getting into them.
Fighting the good fight
So which one is it, /mu/?
You will never guess who this is
>Want to break up with my girlfriend but can't because I know she will kill herself if I do
Music for this feel?
Indie rock is played out, what's the next big thing, /mu/?
Rock has been dead for a few years now, 00s indie rock was its swan song.
Hip hop is big right now, rappers have the status rock stars used to have, but sonically it's not that new. Industrial hip hop is big thanks to Death Grips and that latest Kanye West album but it's been a thing since the 90s (even earlier if you count the Beatnigs), it just wasn't that popular then except for dälek. And it probably is now because of artists like Skrillex who made noise acceptable in mainstream dance music.
Vaporwave, bubblegum bass, hypnagogic pop etc are the current big thing. If you haven't already, listen to Oneohtrix Point Never, Sophie/PC Music, Dean Blunt. There are many electronic artists who use similar "defamiliarizing" techniques, sounds and samples too, you don't need to look far to find something interesting that sounds very trendy right now.
hip hop and top 40 pop, been a big thing for years now
seeing faggy, effeminate mountain goats and animal collective fans take such an intense interest in hip-hop culture all of a sudden is hilarious
young thug owes his whole career to this phenomenon
/mu/ do you like this?
imo best album this year so far
It's pretty good. Gonna have to listen to it more, but there's some really interesting ideas on it.
Best albums of the year so far are The Legendary Pink Dots - The Seismic Bleats of Quantum Sheep and Ches Smith - The Bell.
This is the most important rock album to come out in the last 25 years.
people with terrible voices that ruin listening to bands general
post your favorite albums and other people recommend you stuff
if you think a single /mu/core album is above a 3/10 you have shitty taste