can anyone recommend me some good music?, I usually listen to blackmetal and the only other things in my playlists that aren't really angry that I can still relate to are The Doors, some Rolling Stones and a few rappers like Twiztid and Caskey who also have a somewhat angry/depressive theme. I also like electronic music like Mortiis and Aesthetic perfection.
I just find it hard to listen to things that are overly upbeat, they come of as fake or really shallow.
I'm pretty much open to anything as long as it's not really pop-ish or raggae music . I...
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gotta get yourself some heavy/power metal https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4eBDUC4s3bY
Try post rock. Alot of it comes across as depressing / morose / serious music and has some guitar work that metal can relate too (tremolo picking, crashing drums, crescdndos). It to me comes across as serious (even if somewhat pretentious), and even the happy songs don't sound cheap and fake like you say. I get where you are coming from, but try your best to explore new genres and get the same message you enjoy in music conveyed from a different medium.
Nice!, I like stuff like StormWitch's album "Walpurgis Night".
Any good examples?, I'll try google in a sec but post rock sounds like a broad or generic term that might get thrown around with bands labeled as that when they're not really. Do you mean like Opeth and Devin Townsend or?..
What is the worst album you have ever listened to in full.
Merry Christmas, /mu/.
>There are people on this board RIGHT NOW
>that think that colors is better than pic related
Haven't listened to Colors, but if its anything in the direction that Fortress was in then I'm sure it sucks. Kezia was the only thing good they made. Once they started down that power metal road it all went down hill
ITT: "alone on Christmas"-core
What's your favorite moment on this album?
Simply kpop is on
Can /mu/ explain me what's the appeal of this album? I like all of the Beatles releases (except for this one) and this is usually regarded as their best. I've listened to it a lot of times and it just sounds like a lot of throwaway songs, the album is a mess too, its all over the place and it's like 2 hours (!!!) long! The only songs that stood out to me were Glass Onion, Rocky Racoon and Revolution 9. I hope someone can explain me because I feel like I'm missing out on a great album.
It's their most experimental and varied release. It's the most hard-to-get-into album of theirs. I recommend you to give it a few listens more, you'll end up loving it. It's a great album
>Go to Google
>Type in "pitchfork review" followed by the last 2 digits in your post with a decimal between them
>You must listen to the first result
>You must listen to the second result if the previous result has been done
How fucked are you?
Merry Christmas guys.
I'm trying to make a mixtape but I can't seem to get the vocals right. I have spent a lot of time writing and selecting beats/themes.
My recording sounds awful. Would it be worth it to get some professional recording at a studio and have an engineer do exactly what I want with my tracks instead of me trying to do this on my own? I have very limited production knowledge
>The Beatles become available on Spotify
>suddenly /mu/ starts talking about them
It's true, /mu/ uses Spotify, fucking plebeian board
Holy fucking shit how lucky is this kid.
How do you pronounce "Bono"?