what you guys think of this album?
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I almost feel like SF59's shoegaze stuff isn't even really shoegaze though. They have the softly sung vocals under the heavy and distorted (not heavily distorted, don't get that shit twisted) guitars, but their songs generally don't have that reverberating sound that's so characteristic to shoegaze.
is listening to music a hobby?
I really like this album where do I go from here?
The follow up. No one ever listens to this, but it's really good.
Should i just mess around w/ patterns in a scale or use different arpeggios or what; i kind of struggle with transitioning from one musical idea to the next. Btw im playing it as a lead in a noise rock duo if that matters.
Learn a few scales (like all the modal keys and how to play interchangeably between them) and some basic rhytms patterns (syncopated 16th notes, triplets, sextuplets and combinations of these etc.) And also just listen to how a good solo bassists (or guitarist) plays, copy them, and then develop a unique style from there. Though I am not really sure what solo bassists style would fit for inspiration to noiserock, maybe Billy Sheehan or Cliff Burton? And yeah listen to Lightning bolt aswell lol
How did /mu/ even FIND this album?
This is GREAT
Also ITT: What's /mu/ listening to rn
It was a meme on rym for a while.
Fishmans are one of the greatest pop bands on the 20th century.
Listen to all their other stuff, even their early shit.
Once you've familiarized yourself with their discography, listen to this live album. It is the best rendition of all their best songs, including Long Season.
Realize there will never be more.
Realize how rare their merch and physicals are, and that the Long Season vinyl will never be in your grasp. Only one anon has it, and...
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Hey /mu/ I'm listening to this album right now for the first time. I'm not sure what the hell is going on but it seems cool.
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>grindcore, slam, death
Have you heard this album?
bassists are inferior to everybody else in a typical rock band, and that's because everybody else actually brings something to the table. the guitarist might compose the songs, the singer might help tweak the songs and add a vocal melody, and the drummer brings the whole thing together. and what does the bassist do? he just plays what the guitarist wrote, and half the time nobody's going to hear him anyway.
I've heard very little good music that has bass that's drowned in the mix
hey /mu/, what if i told you that i have photo evidence that a popular band is full of perverts?
Essential leftist/radical left music thread
help me fill out this chart /mu/