>anon, as our best man we want you to help us with our wedding playlist
What do you recommend /mu/?
Better than Bleach?
Do you like forcing shitty fucking memes like a degenerate faggot with nothing to do?
You do? Good. The first step towards being a better person is acknowledging you're a piece of shit.
Your "Art Angels is Jpop XD" meme has never been funny. Never will. Nobody scrolls down the catalog, sees your post and laughs. They fucking ignore it. Why? Because you're a pathetic little 9gag crossposting memester with nothing better to do besides force shitty memes on an anonymous imageboard. Get a life. Go outside. Stop making fucking threads about a fucking buttrock band being death metal. We're sick of this. I'm sick of this.
But you know what? No. I won't stop there. Have you ever sat down and thought, "I could be productive?" Have you? If you haven't then here's a newsflash. In that time it took to create this thread you could have called that one girl that looks at you longingly and request a date. But no, you post a fucking "Jpop" thread. Ever stop to think about what you could be doing if you didn't waste your life away in your parents' basement posting memes?
You could be an astronaut. You could be the CEO of a profitable company. You could be rich. Or, instead, you chose to post memes.
That said, It's cover does kinda look like anime . Fuck off, meme poser
ITT: post the best albums of the current year.
I found 2015 to be pretty underwhelming music wise
they released two versions, one on CD/LP and one on tape, and only by pickign the best of the best from each one can the album really be perfect, but just the tape version alone is pretty fucking killer
Never seen anyone else post this here. It's amazing
tfw you hear Roundabout at a bar
>tfw you hear someone listening to Mr. Bungle through their headphones
>tfw the first drum hit kicks in in Like a Rolling Stone
stitches is the only true rapper
10/10 hip hop albums
Phone-related music backgrounds?
disrespekful fucbois and misfortune will come to you unless you post the "" RESPEK KNUCKLES "" in this thread
need a shitty album to listen to, hook me up /mu/
I didn't like it
I refuse to comment on this album.
>open music player
>put on shuffle
>post first 10 songs
In this thread, we hit shuffle and list the first 10 songs and then judge each other
Everlong - Foo Fighters
Number 4 - Moon Hooch
Splash - Chon
Hooked On a Feeling - Blue Swede
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Bright Eyes - Devil In the Details
Camel - Arubaluba
The Gerogerigegege - Hatsutaiken
Tool - Faaip de Oiad
Jordaan Mason & the Horse Museum - After the Glandolinian Wars
Rage Against the Machine - Testify
Little Kid - In Church
Amebix - The Darkest Hour
Funeral Diner - Regardless We Fall
The Microphones - Headless Horseman
1. Xasthur - Murdered Echos Of the Mind
2. MBV - Touched
3. Burzum - Channeling the Powers of Souls into a New God
4. Addvibe - Feels So Good 2Nite
5. Mount Eerie - You Swan Go On
6. BT - Solar Plexus
7. Mount Eerie - It Wasn't the Hunting
8. Beach Fossils - Calyer
9. Talk Talk - After the Flood
10. The Angelic Process - Weigh Souls with Sand.
You had your first kiss at a summer camp.
Mac Demarco - Cooking Up Something Good
Cornell Lab of Ornithology - Owl, Mottled - Male Territorial Hoot
Ty Segal - Gold on the Shore
St. Vincent - Save Me From What I Want
Amorphous Androgynous - The Prophet
Cloudkicker - Seriosity
Sleestak - Phase 2
DJ Quik - Hydromatic
Xiu Xiu - Cumberland Gap
Kimbra - Settle Down
Say something bad about Marina & the Diamonds
you literally cannot, it is impossible
Stop trying to force these threads.
Electra Heart was lyrically too reliant on cliches and never dug deep into the character's psyche, except on "Lies" and "Fear & Loathing". She's covered the same themes on her other two albums and did a much better job.
>unironically liking jam bands
Speaking of jam bands.. are there any modern jam bands that are any good? I can't think of any.
Absolutely none. After the 90s, they all started trying to sound like Phish, which is a great band, but you're not pushing the genre forward at all. Imagine if jam bands took influence from genres like post-rock and shoegaze. It would be a lot more interesting.
I'd like to improve the scope of the music I listen to in 2016. I think I have better than average taste, but I mostly only listen to stuff that pitchfork reviews each day, with only a limited amount of more obscure stuff they wouldn't cover. I want to listen to more obscure music this coming year and discover more unknowns.
How do you guys do it? What are some good blogs or sites that recommend brand new albums from artists that get barely any media coverage?