Describe obtaining music for yourself when you were a kid.
>ripped singles off of youtube using Audacity.
>"how to get jrock for free"
When I was 11, I got MC Groovs Dance Craze, a shitty ripoff DDR because i was poor
i liked this song (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G-ojPJv9iv4) so I plugged some $10 computer speakers into the tv, put them in front of the built-in microphone on our computer, and recorded the song while i played. It was the worst quality and you could hear my loud stomping in the background, its embarrassing to think back on
There's this big misconception that David Bowie was somehow some huge icon that stayed at the top of the musical world for 50 years.
He wasn't. He stopped being relevant in any artistic sense by 1983, and had dropped out of commercial relevance by 1990. He just had a pretty sizable cult who made noise every time he released an album afterwards, but none of them were very good or recognized by anyone outside of his established fan base.
Vaporwave is just a giant meme and has little to substance whatsoever. They slowdown other people's songs and expect people to call it art because they added some extra reverb.
David Bowie is just okay. He is above mediocre. Lou Reed was far more interesting as a musician.
The Beatles are good but John had the worst voice and his solo career is insanely overrated.
Kanye is terrible, but Yeezus is a good record.
Anyone who says they sincerely like harsh noise or power electronics is full of shit and is trying to impress...
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don't say no
Who here likes broken transmission
Shameless self-plug coming through.
how did he get away with this on almost every album
/mu/'s opinion on System of a Down?
>metal is on the level of classical
Just walking around waiting for the show to start. ..
>What you want
>What you expect
>Features you want/don't want
>putting a song on repeat
ITT: Last album you bought guys!
Were they the Death Grips of their generation?