Post the most avant-garde album in your library
Young Thug just might be the most important musician of his generation. Barter 6's barely there production doesn’t so much frame his rapping as it does provide a surface for his words to dance upon, to explore the art of rapping in multiple dimensions: melodically, rhythmically, lyrically, and in terms of composition. His voice glides through the thick absence of sound. He’s responsible for a lot of the songwriting; he knocks out his own hooks, and his writing speaks to his use of phrasing, his backgrounds,...
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Anywhere I can download and listen to it in flac before I think about buying it
music is shit
What the fuck is this /mu/?
The Bends & OK Computer were great but this shit was just weird
Tori Amos was a fresh take on Kate Bush, but who is a fresh take on Tori Amos? Grimes?
I'm looking for albums about being in love, /mu/.
What do you got?
What's your doom/sludge AOTY, /mu/?
This is the pinnacle of "hip-hop".
So I got hold of a boot legged copy of Once Upon a Time in Shaolin, no idea if people want it or not so I haven't bothered to upload it (Wu-tang fell off a while ago)
What does /mu/ think of Stitches?
So Trent is coming up with new music next year. What are you expecting?
>a new set of Ghosts
>Hestitation Marks vol. II
>TDS follow up
most experimental albums of all time thread