Can someone explain why death grips still gets their collective cock sucked so much around here when this exists? I mean, this dude can actually rap for one thing...
Such a perfect day....
Steven Tyler is a great musician and excellent since though. Not as influential as Bowie, but inspirational in his own right for a lot of later rock acts. As with Mick Jagger, the same can be said. More so.
this is the worst quirky indie shit ever
Legitimate side project or meme band?
>one of the most important conductors and composers of the 20th century dies, nobody gives a shit
>some flamboyant 70s teen pop rock junkie dies, whole world bawwing their eyes out despite knowing and caring fuck all about him otherwise
Why is this allowed?
What does /mu/ think of Alkaline Trio?
SWISH is 16 songs, will have 4 bonus tracks on second disk. However iTunes version will release 1 week before CD version so we wont hear the 4 bonus tracks until Feb 19th. Wolves, Fade, and I Feel Like That ARE on the album.
Travis' new album is called After Party and will release in July. So far it features Drake, Kid Cudi, Kanye, The Weeknd and Future. He's trying to limit his features.
>Travis new album
> features Drake, Kid Cudi, Kanye, The Weeknd and Future
Why would they be on an album by a britpop band?
When I found out Bowie died, one of the things to pop into my head is the resemblance to Dilla's death. Both were musicians acclaimed for their work and beloved by many in their respective genres. Both happened to die few days after they released a critically acclaimed album. Then it started to get a bit weirder. They died 10 years apart from each other. Then I noticed that their deaths happened around the same time of year. Coincidence? Some crazy theory as to why this is? I'm not sure. Just thought it was a interesting coincidence. Rest in Peace Bowie.
J Dilla was a fucking hack who didn't write songs. He took melodies from songs made my real musicians, then looped them over a generic drum beat to make them as pleb friendly/ringtone ready as possible.
Literally a glorified remix DJ at best
David Bowie was a songwriter.
MIKE LOVE BTFO
How much space does your music take up?
210GB for me personally.
Let's be honest. Drake > David Bowie
He's is 10000x more relevant now than David Bowie ever was.
He's already had a shit ton of more charting singles (and the dude isn't even 30 yet) and has completely defined a generation. The guy has been on a victory lap for 2 years now and there's no signs of it slowing down.
Hell, the biggest song of 2015 was a throwaway b-side.
In before a bunch of fedora rockists from /pol/ try to tell me different.
>le old white man died OMGG lets cry
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This is truly unacceptable. Should we do something?
Are you hyped yet /mu/?
Why didn't I get a sticky, /mu/?