Who's the Michael Jackson of this generation, /mu/?
What's he listening to /mu/?
Is Pitchfork joking with this fucking readers poll?
How does this man being the best QB in the NFL make you feel /sp/?
Share your picks: http://readerspoll-2015.pitchfork.com/
Post your favorite album and how scaruffi rated it.
Who else became a happier person when they stopped listening to /mu/core p4k approved hipster bands and started listening to "normie" music?
Alright, /mu/. If you could have a graphic novel, film, or some other media made to accompany one album, what would it be?
Thinking pretty much exactly the same thing
A guy investigating the reasons behind a journalist friend's suicide that wound up being his involvement in a conspiracy about domestic revolutionaries
ITT: Post album covers that would have been better without the text
DO IT /MU/
ITT: Post your favorite album of the 1980s, others rate the album you posted
i think it has an awesome sound but the album repeats itself a bit. Still, it perfectly turns pop songs into wicked tunes
What album would you recommend to someone who has been deaf all his life untill now and has never heard music?
you are now in space, free to do what you want
Is that charles manson album good?
+Yellow Swans, Wolf Eyes, Prurient
How's your monday been senpaitachi?
if you resist becoming a space creature, it's gonna hurt
Aube is love
Hey guys, before i begin, i apologize for this only being somewhat musically relevant.
>I used to have really bad depression and listen to Radiohead alllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll the time, especially Kid A, I'm talking nearly 24/7.
>My parents eventually forced me into shrinks and shit
>Had to take anti-depressants and they told me to only listen to upbeat music.
>Recently decided to revisit my old love, and I find I can no longer connect...
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Sometimes you grow out of music just like we grow out of everything else. But don't be sad about it because you are just evolving, listen to more music and find your new 'kid a' that will connect to you just as much as that did when you were younger.
I feel you. While i really like this album, i feel like not every track is fully developped, its isnt that great, especially in second half an those weird rock songs, its way too cold and apathic. I just cant see Kid A as more than sum of influences. Its 8/10 easily but i cant understand peoples who find it amazing or revolutionary