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new soundcloud thread. Post your profiles.
>trap rap beats, remixes, etc.
got some new shit coming soon i promise
>just did talking heads cover
>smoke weed and cry
Why aren't you listening to Schoenberg right now?
David Bowie has just made me realize, there are no more actual big prolific rock stars with strong mainstream presence anymore.
Can you think of any rock artists that produced music in various genres and collaborated with various artists and participated in various art spheres? As much as it hurts me to say it, Thom Yorke is quite possibly the last prolific, "big" mainstream rock star.
>Electronic Listening Music general.
Who have you been listening to lately?
>I am smarter than you and i like to listen to electronic music and not dance to it.
can someone explain why ambient even exists?
there are no lyrics, it is devoid of any poetic beauty. and the melodies are simple as fuck
>a score of 3.96 with over 2400 ratings
This is going to be one of the most highly rated records of the decade. it will be remembered as a classic.
And deservedly so, the album is incredible.
I liked the album but it's pretty clear people are rating it higher than they would have because he died. People are really easy to sway with shit like this and it's made even worse if you have something based on thousands of them. I remember the Pop Group's album last year getting decent ratings before P4K gave it a shitty score and then the rating dropped like a rock. Doesn't really bother me though.
5x5 7 days tapmusic.net
you can ignore my collage just please keep me company
tell me about something really good you listened to recently
ignoring your collage would be pretty rude desu
I've never heard of m ost of these
Boa means good in portuguese
Tell me about Jean Luc Ponty
>it's day 2 of the post-bowie era
How are you all holding up?
Which is the best Bowie album?
You posted it
Related note, did anyone else come close to tearing up when you heard "A New Career in A New Town" playing in "I Can't Give Everything Away" at the end of Blackstar?
You have 10 seconds to post a picture with more talent.
Is anyone else really depressed right now? I'm not usually one to be floored by a celebrity's death but I grew up listening to Bowie. He was a type of person who was so weird, you sort of expect them to be there forever. It's kinda hard to explain, but his weirdness and creativity just gave off this vibe that he was immortal. I guess it's just a grim reminder that every one of us will croak one day or another.
>his weirdness and creativity just gave off this vibe that he was immortal
I keep hearing this repeated and it sounds so dumb. when blackstar came out how did you not think "wow he looks pretty old he's not gonna be around for much longer"
I guess I knew in the back of my head that it was going to happen sooner or later, but I'm still pretty shaken that it happened just now. I guess it's kinda like that with everyone. You know your parents will die one day, but that doesn't make it any easier on the day that they do pass away.
What would be your honest-to-god reaction if Bowie came back as one of his characters and his death was a publicity stunt?