I'd say spiderland
lift your skinny fists like antennas to heaven
soundtracks for the blind
What are some albums that wouldn't usually be mentioned though, that fit this description? If it didn't fit in the title, the question is what albums sound really good laying on the floor with your eyes closed. Head down, or face up, whatever.
Hi /mu/, /tg/ here. I'm looking for music to use in a campaign of mine while the party are fighting bosses. Really looking for intense and dramatic orchestral scores to use, but nothing too overblown like Hans Zimmer or Two Steps From Hell. Here's some examples of what I'm looking for.
If anyone knows of any individual tracks or full length albums that sound like this, I'd really appreciate the help. Thanks in advance.
>listens to nirvana once
The absolute worst thing is that he's guilt tripping the people that slammed his godawful album by threatening to commit suicide.
Does /mu/ like New Wave?
What's playing on your turntable right now, /mu/?
What do people who live alone, isolated from society all the time listen to?
Hey, /mu/ I was wondering if you guys could share any Baltic folk music.
is it even worth getting into this band in the year of our lord 2015?
I would do it for free, edition.
Any music that's puts you in a shooty feeling
Prove you aren't a drone, /mu/.
hit me with that melancholy stuff for the winter feels senpaitachi
and is threads anyone elses favourite album?
Listened to pic related for the first time on Saturday while it was raining and really windy and shit made me cozy af.
Would you start a band with Lauren Mayberry, /mu/?
So we can all agree that Scaruffi is by far the best rock critic, but who are the best jazz and classical critics?
Why do people hate pitchfork? I mean, its not the greates music magazine ever, but a great deal of my(and probably your) music is recommended at p4k. And what is a better music magazine?