Is depeche mode patrician?
ITT: bands that deserve more attention because they're actually brilliant
Now that's she's quitting music after next year's tour, do you think she'll ever come back?
Well, that was predictable.
Fun facts from part 4:
>The most voted on poll was Kendrick/Bjork, with 198 total votes. Kendrick won by 58.
The albums are simply a consolidation of various publications' AOTY lists, I didn't choose them. Also I know that the bracket is wonky, the list order was randomized which I now realize was a bad idea but oh well, which is why the Jenny Hval pick seems out of place compared to albums like OPN's or Joanna's that were eliminated early. Now I know better for next time.
I was hoping the outcome wouldn't be so predictable, and just a few rounds ago it looked like things would be shaken up, but here we are.
Sufjan Stevens - Carrie & Lowell
Kendrick Lamar - To Pimp A Butterfly
I am convinced that there is no good Japanese music.
Prove me wrong.
Anybody here like folk punk?
>btw, just found out live the dream is from '97
What does /mu/ percieve as emo music worth of actual attention
what was with the 90's/2000's fad of rock bands putting naked toddlers on their album covers? that was weird
I'm sure this was already discussed but I wasn't around. Thoughts on the newest single?
How the fuck did they do it?
The last album you listened to is now the only album you have with you on this desert island. It's all you have to listen to for an entire week.
How fucked are you?
If you don't like your favorite band is Arctic Monkeys, you are under 16 and think that Peep Show high-brow comedy and isn't just The Inbetweeners of its time
What do you think they listen to?
This main gets so much praise, but I don't understand why. I listened to Another Green World, and it's just some basic pop tunes. It's like a 6/10, sounds kind of like The Beach Boys but not as good (and I'm not even a Beach Boys fan). I've also listened to some of his ambient and world music-influenced albums and none of it seems that special. In fact I'd wager that there's a shit-ton of better ambient music out there.
>Eno was described by some friends and colleagues as racist. His close friend Danny Fields, the American journalist who helped him sign to Elektra Records, described him as "Nazi-esque", saying: "Every once in a while there'd be something about Jews and I'd be, 'But Eno, I'm Jewish,' and he was like 'Yes, yes, I don't mean you.' He had a definite Nordic Aryan streak, [the belief] that he was physically, spiritually and creatively superior." According to Fields, Brian Eno once attacked a mixed-race...
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Post an album everyone seems to have listened to and is generally well received that you haven't heard. Others explain why you should hear it.
it's definitely the poppiest out of all the "famous" harsh noise albums, even incorporating samples of jpop and shit. dunno if that would encourage or discourage you from checking it out
Why not? It's probably the most playful noise I've heard, it's catchy in some way and the dynamics are hilarious
It's not long either, so you can just listen to it now instead of making threads of you not listening to it