I don't know much about pedals. Currently I have a compressor/ sustainer, a wah wah, and a digital delay/ looper. All were gifts. What should I get next? I like playing heavy shoegazey type stuff, southern folk music, drone metal. I've also been getting into playing persian, korean, and celtic scales over densely layered loops. Any advice?
ITT: forgotten 90s alt rock
Let's take a trip down memory lane, /mu/.
>It's getting cold, isn't it?
What are the best "cold" albums?
their live in Reims from 1974 is even better at that
otherwise, pic related, especially the eponymous track
Been playing Piano for 4-5 years, and was wondering where I should start if I want to play Jazz. I am mainly thinking about improvisation. What do I need to learn /g/ ?
get a realbook, know every chord/scale, and listen to some good players. I play guitar but improvisation came to me as I practiced standards.
one exercise that helps is to just play swung 8th note scales on a song, it gives you a good swing feel and you'll begin to notice what sounds good on what chords (hint use a lot of 3rds and 7ths.
I don't have a single black artist in my library
Where should I start?
I don't get the praise. I tried listening to it and it has no melodies or actual musically nice moments, just sounds like weird shit to be weird and no other purpose. Why would I ever listen to this again? It's seriously garbage.
how does one get into classical music? of course I know the great, but how to really dig in to this stuff with no formal education?
are there any orchetsras with good recoridngs out there?
I don't know if Penguin still makes/revises their guide to classical recordings, but the one they put out in the late 90s is still an excellent place to start. Using that as a best-recordings guide, I'd start with baroque instrumentals: The organ concertos of Handel, Bach's orchestral suites and Brandenburg concertos, and the keyboard sonatas of Domenico Scarlatti. The tuneful exuberance of those may just carry you away, but that is the idea.
Cage The Elephant just dropped "Tell Me I'm Pretty" thoughts? I just hit a bowl and am enjoying a 1st listen.
Just got through a bowl and am currently on "Too Late to Say Goodbye". Cry Baby was pretty weak, mess around wasn't much better, but the next two are actually tight.
Not digging the over all sound though. Too much influence from Dave.
Listening with some beer. I am not digging it.
On track 8, and I would score it 4/10.
I loved Melophobia, but this just falls short. I am not a fan of later 70's music, and I think that is the feel they were going for. I hope it grows on me, but no track is reaching out.
No comparison with Melophobia, but still good album. The thing is that Melophobia was too good, they just CAN'T do it better, my opinion.
They're very far from the funk/rap style that i used to love, well, bands have to evolve...
what do you think of Marilyn Manson?
What do autists listen to?
videogame soundtrack and soundcloud remixes
although, autists also bandwagon hop on shit a lot like death grips and other big bands, so they are always listening to whats loved and is always shitposting on whats hated.
autistic people deserve to die
Are there official lyrics for this album in the liner notes on physical releases? It really sounds like they were improvised while recording.
so what's pic related about
I'd like to hear a /mu/tant explain it
Here's a long, in depth, multi-part analysis if you're interested. It's really good
Bands with one good album
So a friend recommended me this band called My Bloody Valentine and sent me Loveless.
And my first thought is, what is this noisey shit? Probably the worst fucking thing I've ever listened to.