Daily reminder that Courtney Love killed Kurt Cobain, subsequently denying plenty of great music from being made in the process.
>kurt "mumbling with marbles in my mouth" nobraine
Philthread - Been a long time cousin edition
>favorite Phil album
>recent Phil purchases
Come hang out
>I'll no longer hide it, you move me to tears
>I can visit all the places we went, but I can't leave without the bones you bent
Is Phil the master of feels?
How is this music? What kind of tryhard listens to this 'art'?
Does anyone else turn the treble/mids all the way down on their music, to make it easier to listen to podcasts and music at the same time?
lesbian fenriz edition
1st for absolute madgrind
is there any metal with trumpets that's good?
Post the top 4 albums of a artist using BillClintonSwag
how do you listen to double albums /mu/?
do you leave a break in between each disk, or continue straight away?
>Oh, music? Yeah I used to listen to that when I was a little kid, but I quickly graduated to more sophisticated artistic mediums, like cinema and literature, more capable of adequately expressing the complexities of the human condition. But yeah, I guess that song about the dead kike in the attic is okay.
Any artists like Travis Scott? I can't get enough of his music.
just fuck me in the ass already
"Jazz serves a cultural function in the music scene. It is a signifier for musical "adulthood." To embrace jazz is to don a kind of graduation cap, signifying a broadening of tastes outside "mere" rock music. This ostentatious display of "sophistication" is an insult, and I find the graduation cappers transparent and tedious. Certainly there must be interesting music one could call "jazz." There must be. I've never heard it, but I grant that it is out there somewhere.
Jazz has a non-musical parallel: Christiania, the "free"...
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All memes aside, what are your thoughts on DJ Khaled's music?
Post a artist's best and worst album