Hey /mu/, whats some good 90s rock (and subgenres) that I've never heard before? Need some new stuff. Bonus points if its lo-fi
is he... you know...?
The wisdom is transmitted and you receive it. What is taste? How well you can distinguish between the first salts of the world. And move beyond. Rebirth. Living demigod of art and business, a king of time not bound by any silver lining.. with twenty thousand hours of focused attention, you are the silver lining, all art is open to you, as it has become for me. The six sense organs become tired vessels for transmission of amor fati, and there is no complex question.
Take the straight path, focus on your great works. A musical savior is coming.
Alright you cunts, you win.
I'll ignore Scruffy's advice for the time being and delve into the Beatles.
From their discog, top to bottom, what should I listen to and what should I avoid?
Listen to their official UK discog from start to finish. Note the dates on release too, specifically between Rubber Soul and Revolver. Gives you a better appreciation for how much they changed over such a short period of time.
Rubber Soul onwards chronologically until Abbey Road. Everyone has their own favourite from this era, any one is acceptable really.
Then watch A Hard Days Night and fall for their early persona and listen to their early albums. You may or may not love them but those early pop songs aren't just three chord trash and were actually amazingly well written.
Post your cringe
Post albums that you liked/didn't hate until you understood the meaning behind them
thought it was a letdown at first tbqh, now it's my pop aoty
Lil Wayne is the best rapper alive.
His flow, punchlines, delivery are all unmatched.His metaphors are also deeper than any other rapper and he has a ridiculous amount of rap styles
I always get the vibe that he's the James Brown of Rap.
Not cause he's massively influential, but more because of the way he speaks and that loveable naive but in charge attitude.
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>tfw you've seen the 21th century's greatest musician several times live.
Also Matt Bellamy appreciation thread.
Best music to listen to while playing some games that doesn't require a lot of attention when it comes to sounds?
New DIIV album leaked
>inb4 Vaporwave is a meme.
>inb4 Vaporwave is died in 2012
Trap is experimental music disguised as normie music, prove me wrong /mu/
I think about this a lot, I like a lot of experimental music and listen to a lot of trap music for fun. When I listen to some of the instrumentals and the way the rappers flow I think objectively that there are a lot of interesting sounds and textures to be heard in trap music. But I will admit a lot of it is recycled nonsense.
Here's the thing about Mike. The man has some serious pipes. He has a six octave range and excelled in any octave. He writes brilliant songs. And his stage presence is only matched by Adolf Hitler.
Seriously, Watch Mr. Bungle play What the World needs now at Bizarre Festival and then watch a video of the Nuremburg rallies. We better thank our lucky stars Mike didn't go into politics or he would have taken over the world.
But Mr. Bungle as a whole had a brilliant dynamic. It wasn't just the Mike Patton backup band. They all made huge creative contributions...
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