Rate, rec, guess whatever.
I kinda do like unwound
to be honest
The /mu/ wikia says they're not, but I think they're just trying to be nice. 90% of the time if you don't know the albums on this list you'll probably feel left out of the conversation.
P.S, list might need slight updating, but the basic albums are there.
Hospice = not anymore bitch
replace it with this
Guns N' Roses are getting back together
All the Members of Red House Painters Look Like They're In Different Bands Edition
Thread yesterday did fairly well, figured we'd keep going
>favorite slowcore albums
>favorite slowcore groups
>favorite year for slowcore
>rec, rate, chat, post rare Marks, generally discuss slowcore
Fixed and cut the incorrect spliced vinyl rip and tagged correctly, converted to MP3 320 CBR.
happy new years lads
Hey /mu/, let's have a post-rock thread. So I went onto RYM and went down the list of post-rock releases. I just finished listening to alot of releases from 1996 and I'm about to move onto 1997. So far these are the ones I enjoyed the most. What do you guys think? What are the ones you enjoyed?
What's the difference between a tune, a ditty, a song, and a track?
Track is sometimes used to describe repetitive electronic music. Most extreme form sometimes called "DJ tools". That's just in one context though.
I think I've heard some electronic guy say "I don't make songs, I make tracks" etc
Post your favorite music release of all time (whatever genre).
I'll determine if you are pleb or patrician.
its here boys
How the fuck do I convince songfags that exclusively listening to full albums is the correct way to listen to music?
AKG k612 Pros came early, dubs decides what I listen to first.
also headphone general
>Post desired gear
>How long have you been playing?
>Talk about and play music
>General guitar and bass discussion
Guitar chords and inversions
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post your all time favorite vape track
things in music that automatically wins extra points with you.
>Raw, passionate female vocals
Perfect example is Sias Chandelier. Just awful, boring verses but the chorus is so fucking good. This is because she actually sings passionately in the chorus and mumbles the verses.
Classical influence in things that aren't classical
i'm not just talking about the bach reference this thing takes pointers from a lot of shit