Please rate my music essay lads. It's an assignment for college - the topic: the evolution of popular music in the 20th century.
In the Romantic symphonies of Schubert, Beethoven and the like, we can hear the quiet-loud shifts that would be utilized heavily (though to much less impressive effect) in the rock music of the 1980s and 90s. Though there is a good case for classical music as the most refined type of music, it is clear that what pleases our ears in classical music is much the same as what is enjoyed in the more primal forms of music.
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Centipede hz somehow didn't leak until the band streamed it on their site
We may not hear this till the release date
It ain't so bad though well be alright
Which members of Animal Collective have you beaten up? I've only beaten up Deakin and Panda Bear, although I have fought Geologist but he ran away before I can do any serious damage to him.
Stop comparing these albums, they're nothing alike.
Just for laughs, I decided to check out Hip-hopheads albums of the year, and I came across this in the comment section.
What went wrong with Reddit?
I'm seeing them in February and want to know what it's like.
the most controversial experience in my life, I've seen them last April in Bologna, I've always been a big fan, loved their music since the first time, but I felt like I wasn't immersed in the concert enough, maybe because they only played ASOD and a few songs from ADBA and I had my greatest empathy with the first albums
anyway great exibition, great atmosphere, just make sure to get preparated to feel into the mood of Godspeed
anyway I think I'll see them another one time for this reason
How are all of you?
Hey /mu/. Had a day. Long story short, this album saved me from a bad trip. Can we have a comfy album thread? What keeps your heart warm and your mind secure when it's slipping away?
Comfy thread, niggers.
IT STARTS WITH
Is it worth listening to punk music? I never really listened to any music besides the radio until college so I skipped over the whole rebellious teenager punk phase thing.
I want to start listening to some post-punk, as I heard Joy Division and Talking Heads are very good and influential, but I'm wondering if I should listen to some true punk music first.
I usually listen to psych rock, prog rock, shoegaze, and IDM fwiw.
Now that the dust ass ettled, this was fairly boring?
End of the year lists for best gaze and dream pop albums?
Also, favorite Lift to Experience song?
If you do, then this is a reminder that you should be participating in the weekly jazz blindfold test threads every Monday. As always, the opportunity is available for participants to put together a themed tracklist that we will all listen to.
This week's theme is piano trios. You can download the tracklist here:
For more specifics about how the threads work, please refer to the pastebin.