I kindly want to ask if you want to check out my band, maybe you are interested in sharing our stuff. We are an Austrian band called Tag Sieben who just released their 6 Track Debut-EP. It's kind of metal/rock/prog music with german speaking lyrics.
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>listening to a boy band for teenage girls from 50 years ago
The Beatles sucked, just let them pass into history like the Ronettes, the Hollies, the Animals, and other manufactured pop acts of the time.
what aesthetic is this album meant to convey?
Describe why this list is bad without resorting to buzzwords.
But it's not bad, I love like half the albums on there. I've yet to find a list that is better than it. Also, Scaruffi's valuation system is based more on originality, innovation, and influence than it is on the actual quality of the album, so it shouldn't be judged in the same way that other best of lists are since it's not so much his personal favorite albums as it is a catalogue of milestones in rock music history.
Holy guacamole, they have confessed to the crime of murder! Why haven't the police arrested them yet? They have been around since 2003 and have been thriving in the music industry, while the rest of us are busting our butts off in the middle class.
ITT: Great songwriters, horrible people
Radiohead is experimental music for people that don't like experimental music.
Neutral Milk Hotel is just as good as Sufjan Stevens which is to say that they're both music for depressed manchildren.
The album Nilsson Schmilsson shows more ingenuity, talent and brilliance than every Beatles, Beach Boys, and Stones record put together.
LCD Soundsystem is easily the best pop group post 1990.
Thom Yorke seems to have really cheered up after the critical success of AMSP!
>when weezer dosen't collectively consist of weasels
I'm racking my brain trying to remember an album that was posted a little bit on /mu/ a few years back.
I'm 95% sure it was released in 2014. I think it was a band, but the band name sounded like a solo artist, and I think the name was alliterative, with C's.
The music was kind of "experimental" pop, for lack of a better description. Pretty TMT-core I'd say. The album art was a weird post-internet glitch art sort of thing (not vaporwave though) I think it was on bandcamp, and I saw at least a few people call it viral marketing-core.
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Nick Drake is literally just Twenty One Pilots except old. They're both proto-bedroom core. Just replace Drake's guitar with a ukulele and you have modern Twenty One Pilots-worshipping teen girls talking about vague depression in their badly-recorded pop-punk wannabe singles.
They both write the exact same way and talk about the exact same nonsensical bullshit.
This is an irrefutable fact that you fucks can't acknowledge because Dick Rake has cred and 21 Pilots don't. They've just got popularity, babes, and money: shit you'll never have, fucker.
Does that make them good? No.
But think about it: they both have terrible, supersimple instrumentals and stupid lyrics about vague shit involving depression. This is irrefutable. Nick Drake would've been called a 21 Pilots immitator if he was alive and making music now, because it just sounds the exact fucking same.
You think this is bait now, shithead? How about you come over here now, idiot? I'll shit some fly bait in my hand and throw it at your face, faggot. You don't scare me. I've bombed you so hard I bet you just shit yourself right now.
pop music for hipsters/avant teens
ITT: albums that need to grow on you to like
Reminder that classical music is pop music. It was pop music at its time. So next time you tip your fedora and say "I don't listen to pop music, I only listen to classical." You're still listening to pop music. Same with Jazz.
Do you prefer to think of the words "Death Grips" as "noun verb" or "noun plural noun", suppose it could also be "adjective plural noun"