Jesu / Sun Kil Moon LP streaming in full:
Hi /mu/, I'm a singer who's been in a few small bands and recently I've decided to adopt and perform as an alter ego character, akin to what Bowie did with Ziggy Stardust and the Thin White Duke. Got an ideas?
I'm a girl, btw.
So I listen to bands that sing in higher pitches, like almost falsetto high but its not and I really want to have the ability to sing like that
An example of this is tame impala, at the start he sung quite low (check out 'the sun') and then in lonerisn he sounded like a mix between MJ and Lennon, I want to be able to have a range like that and is wondering if anyone has any tips
Also I've tried YouTube videos but they ramble on about bullshit
try pic related
Prove this isn't the best album of our time.
Pro tip: You can't
Muh arpeggios and muh reverb
Pic related is far superior
As hyped and talked about as they are, they're still an amazing group of artists that have consistently made groundbreaking contributions to [pop] music.
People get caught up on, say, the electronics not being as adventurous as autechre or aphex twin, but I'd honestly contend that if they actually wanted to, they could've made music like that. But that would be missing the point. The point of radiohead's music often lies in restraint, especially when it comes to experimentation. And proper restraint, as genius as it is, is something rarely recognized.
Hey /mu/nsters, im a bedroom producer and I make EDM and i need some song ideas to remix into a good dance track. Any song youve heard that you always thought would sound good as a dance track? Comment the song and possibly a link?
>"How can you hate Muse if you like Radiohead?"
Is it fair to say that Bowie in the video for Heroes is the coolest thing ever?
ITT: post albums which are, dare you say it, underrated by /mu/
The American jazz legend passed away today, surrounded by his family.
>talking to 9/10 qt
>ask her what her favourite artists are
>"David Bowie, Beach House and Radiohead"
i knew it was too good to be true
ITT: Songs that make you cry. (Not based on lyrical content necessarily)
daily reminder that this exists https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL8FF34F57653610C3
listening to this thing either way http://www.universaledition.com/Pierre-Boulez/composers-and-works/composer/88/work/2468
thought i'd heard most boulez works but this one doesn't ring a bell
tfw you might get to study composition with a good composer
How good 86/100 on metacritic anyways?
What was his name again?
Women are stupid and I don't respect them