ITT: improve an album by removing one track
for the show edition
ITT: Albums you listen too almost daily
>listening to this album only everyday for 6 months straight because it was the only album i had
What happened to all the Lauren Mayberry threads? Is her 15 minutes of fame over?
That's pleb, but not Reddit. This is Reddit.
RTJ is reddit though, google 'run the jewels reddit' and you'll come across a ton of links. They had an AMA on reddit too, and they're constantly posted on /r/hiphopheads
But yeah Queen is reddit as fuck too.
Who was the last rockstar? My vote is Marilyn Manson
Make this /mu/ related
>drummer starts singing
I'm looking for some more music like the hosono house version of rock a by my baby. Some soft, maybe lofi, solo acoustic jazz. Not a lot of lead workz just some nice chord playing.
If any of you have any good recs out there, let me know. I need some comfy jazz for this winter storm, and saxophones just sound so abrasive sometimes.
most underrated rapper ever?
Judge others based on the last five albums they listened to.
1. Electric Wizard - Dopethrone
2. Black Sabbath - Master of Reality
3. Earth - Earth 2
4. Remotley - Last Rites
5. The Melvins - Houdini
Interested in architecture
High as fuck
David Bowie - Let's Dance
King Crimson - Larks' Tongues in Aspic
Leoš Janáček - String Quartet No. 2 'Intimate Letters' (Quatuor Belcea)
Maurice Ravel - String Quartet in F major (Quatuor Ebéne)
Edvard Grieg - String Quartet in G minor (Håvard Gimse, Solve Sigerland, Atle Sponberg, Lars Anders Tomter)
Who are all the pitchfork gods?
I dare you to post better bass.
I fucking double dog dare you.
ITT: Anything in a song/album that surprise you every time.
For me it has to be the transition from To Here Knows When to When You Sleep, it's so sudden that it still manages to surprise me.
That loud sound in The Deal that pops out of nowhere