Hey /mu/, can you name our band for us.
What is the worst album you've listened to front-to-back?
What was the first album you listened to in its entirety from start to finish?
AKA what album set you on your course than landed you here tonight?
What do you guys think about The Mountain Goats?
concentration camp edition
When did you realise that this album is unironically good? Apart from a dud or two, the songs are all really catchy and the production is extremely idiosyncratic.
What concerts have you been to recently? What concerts will you be attending?
1/28 - Yo La Tengo
2/10 - Protomartyr / Priests
2/25 - Hop Along
2/27 - Julia Holter
2/29 - Beach House
3/19-20 - Titus Andronicus
6/2-5 - Nelsonville Music Festival
6/9-12 - Bonnaroo
I'm really excited to see Ween and LCD Soundsystem at Bonnaroo
Itt: high school pictures of musicians
>brand new fans cant accept this is their best album
I feel like I'm the only one who remembers and cherishes this album
>I will name your band. My fee is thirty five bucks. I am serious. — Phil Elverum
Why the fuck do we allow meme musicians like this to run scams like this? I just loss a huge amount of respect for Phil!
lets give our honest thoughts on this guy
> i want 'my back pages' sang at my funeral
ITT: Demo versions of songs superior to their album incarnation
Pygmalion demos is light years ahead of the actual album and is actually one of my favorite albums ever
Also this is very good but the album kinda sucked
What does /mu/ think of Andrew Jackson Jihad?
The first time I heard them was in my friend's dorm room 3.5-4 years ago, and I thought he was playing the mountain goats. It wasn't until two weeks ago that I downloaded PTCEPATLPINW that I realized it was a different band. Anyway, I think they're pretty good.
What's /mu/'s favorite Genesis Song?
In Too Deep is the most moving pop song of the 1980s, about monogamy and commitment. The song is extremely uplifting. Their lyrics are as positive and affirmative as anything I've heard in rock.