We must have this leaked this weekend
>I hate rap but I like Eminem!
we pretend it's 2001
I would take the Sonic Adventure 2 Battle CD and take it in my moms minivan with the portable CD Player and just listen to that.
IT DOESNT MATTER, NOW WHAT HAPPENS, I WILL NEVER, GIVE UP THE FIGHT!
What are your favorite albums from the year of your birth? Post 'em, and recommend records to others
90% including me will say Blackstar
So I'll post my runner up
Are you looking forward to M.I.A.'s new album?
Does she have something to prove after Matangi?
Personally I can't decide between
should i see pic related live or naw ? I have the cash and think they are okay, do they put on a good show?
RED RED WIIIINE
Find a flaw.
>Your man just left,
>I'm the plumber tonight
>Let me check your pipes,
>Oh, you're the healthy type.
what did he mean by this?
What are some songs that just fucks you up inside and makes you feel like you're falling down a hole
For me it's:
Brian Eno - The Big Ship
The Velvet Underground - Heroin
omg new diiv interview
cole even gives /mu/ a shoutout we made it
Should I learn Keyboard or PIano?
I live in a dorm room and I don't have any room for one of those huge digital keyboards with a stand (let alone an acoustic), but I get the impression that the keyboard is the piano's retarded little brother, and so that's putting me off from going in that direction.
Still early on. May just go and learn guitar instead, but out of piano and keyboard, which is better to start learning? I've never learned an instrument before.
Classically trained pianist here, I went to university for classical performance and have played at least an hour every day for the last 20 years. so maybe my experience will help you
First off, keyboards are not the pianos retarded brother. todays keyboards can do SO much more, and exclude very few features of a real piano (room resonance, attractive wood cabinetry, and triple pedal support). Keep in mind real pianos need tuned and will warp in and out of tune with the seasons. tuning costs about $80 usd where I live. required at LEAST once every two years or it costs...
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Can anybody recommend me some orchestral/classical music that is discordant, dissonant, cacophonous, bombast or otherwise experimental? Bonus if it's non-contemporary. Thanks!