I'm very new to The Cure's material. Where should I start? What is their best album? Noteworthy tracks?
Everyone knows Paul has a face condition which made one side droop. This is what he would look like if he didn't
And this is what he would look like if both sides were equally affected.
Which one do you prefer?
looks like an exaggerated version of the kid actor in this is england
>texting someone new
>feel like you're clicking with them
>first time you've felt that in a while
>they stop responding out of the blue
Music for this feel?
>go to some local bar
>Its post-punk night
>The Cure starts playing
how we all doin tonight
whatcha listening to
Can someone post that music theory chart that contains the circle of fifths, chord progressions that fit a certain style, and so on? I would really appreciate it.
Also general music theory thread i guess. Anyone want to rec me a post-punk chord progression? Or just post your fav progession in general.
So what are the best free resources on the internet you guys use to learn theory, especially ear training? I already found a bunch of ebooks and music theory.net and such, but who has good lecture-type content? I'm a relative beginner, but I am moving fast since I pretty much learn all day instead of working.
Also, I wrote a song that begins in Gmaj but then uses a C# after a few bars and stays in Dmaj the rest of the song. Is that just a key change, or is there some other way of defining it since it moves into Dmaj so quickly and stays there?
It's progressive dreamfunk
I have a problem, basically I can't make out words when things are spoken fast and have background noise (basically a lot of music) . Anyone have slow tempo hip hop albums with some clear vocals that don't have a lot of stuff going on in the background?
My favourite album right now is Good Kid Mad City but it took me about 5 listens with the lyrics in front of me to be able to understand the words. Except swimming pools, I was able to pick that up after one or two.
Haha, It is really annoying, I only have 10 albums I really like because I have to listen to everything so many god damn times.
Getting through school was hell to, couldn't understand shit unless the class was totally silent. Which it never was
Fellow Pitchfork patricians, it is once again the time for our nightly countdown for Pitchfork's 5 new reviews to be updated on the site at 1am eastern time.
Best New Music?
Best New Reissue?
8.0+ with no BNM?
A shitty set of 7's and below?
Weird Al eternal BNM incoming hypetrain!
Noctourniquetcourtsney Barnett Review?
Ian FUCKIN' Cohen?
Ryan "THE TASTEMAKER" Dombal?
Lindsay "qt feminist" Zoladz? [retired patrician, memory lives on forever]
Jayson "8.7" Greene?
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Why is indie music so un-BEAR-ably white?
Highly recommend this.
It'll change your life, if you let it.
/mu/ I need help remembering the name of this album.
It was a punk album that I'm pretty sure was two or three EPs this band did put together. The album cover looked like a bunch of rough black and white sketches put together in this jumbled mess, it looked very chaotic. I'm pretty sure there was a song called Ghost and another that had the word Girl in the title, but I may be wrong. It's wrong like the early 80s or something and I can't remember it. Please help
I BE THAT PRETTY MOTHAFUCKA
What's your favorite album to come out this year?
This. Memes or not, it's a beautiful album.
What is your favorite album of theirs, or do you hate them? Please explain why you hate them instead of shit posting. I've been getting into them lately and want to know what /mu/ thinks of them.
Holiday season's here and I'm looking to get a good portable speaker because I'm tired of listening through my friends' shitty phone speakers when I'm with them.
Experiences? Recommendations? Thanks /mu/