Do you guys remove tracks you don't like from an album, or leave it?
Electronic Music You Enjoy by artists other than Aphex Twin, Arca, Autechre, BoC, James Ferraro, Grimes, OPN, Vektroid, memes, etc.
Free Analogue https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EM0WbWb2iZs
>those absolute meme picks
>that retarded voice
>that all around poor fucking attitude seeping out of every pore
>doesn't even know fucking Rilo Kiley
>is a self-confessed episode-skipper
>the list goes on
he doesn't even make interesting music. why does anyone give a shit about him again?
Whats harder and darker than iron maiden. Im looking for black demonic hard rock or at least screamin metal.
neither of those are actual genres.
>what's harder and darker than iron maiden
hardcore punk, No Wave, harsh EBM, death industrial, hardcore techno, doom metal, thrash metal, death metal, black metal, industrial metal, and the vast majority of industrial rock.
Iron Maiden isn't particularly dark or particularly hard.
Whats your current AOTY?
Just found out that my girlfriend of three years has been cheating on me for a long time.
I'm about to go to her house to get my shit back.
I'm looking for some good music that won't make me want to drive off of a bridge or into oncoming traffic.
>"I don't fuck with gooks, that's the only reason Yams died"
How did he get away with this?
Is vaporwave dead?
From their exotic sound to their slow merge into the mainstream, Twenty One Pilots is beginning to take over the sound of alternative music. Here are 5 reasons Twenty One Pilots are without a doubt going to be on your next party playlist:
1. Josh's drumming skills
2. They always give hope
3. Original songs
4. They don't really have a genre
>They don't really have a genre
I know this is a joke thread, but why do people think this is such a great thing? All it means is they are pandering their sound to fit literally everybody at the expense of mastering one genre that they could possibly be really good at.
this is the first jazz album i genuinely enjoyed. i've listened to mingus, davis, coltrane, etc. and none have made me be glad to listen to jazz other than this (perhaps mostly due to my untrained ears)
any other recs for similar albums?
Why did it take so long for people to start pitch-shifting repeated vocal samples to make melodies? Why didn't people use similar techniques to Crystal Castles or Blank Banshee in the 80s if they had the technology to? Why has it only recently become a trend? Or am I completely wrong about this? Post some early examples of similar stuff if you know any.
What do you think will be the next big development in popular music?
having a trip to scotland with friends
they like 60-80 music vaporwave and more.
what does /mu recommend