List your personal five favourite songs of all time.
got it? Ready?
now: do the lyrics relate to your personal life / and mindset? or better: could we see what kind of person you are when we analyze their lyrics?
post the songs here.
>The Cure - Pictures of You
>Pavement - Range Life
>Slint - Good Morning, Captain
>MBV - Sometimes
>Dean Blunt - X
They're all mainly instrumental or in a language I don't know
>Don Cherry- Orient
>Byla- Closer to The Center
>Sunshine Has Blown- Muji Judith Wright Centre Brisbane 19th December 05
bout to make some lean boys gimme some music as I brew this fine shit up
goddamn this is hitting the spot, the boys are loving this shit
What's the patrician version of this guy?
>this is Stereogum's AOTY
/mu/ I'm honestly speechless. is the 4AD money that good?
Ask what went wrong or right.
Ask where's deakin.
Ask to please stop making threads about this band.
but always remember to have a good time.
Alright /mu/, give me the hardest, sludgiest, bassiest, most aggressive doom metal that you know.
Rec me some lofi stuff like Teen Suicide and Elvis Depressedly?
Wtf is going on in this pic the cats hahaha
i am looking for some noisy, hypnotic songs. it can be electronic, abstract hh, post rock, shoegaze, drone, whatever. I just want something with many well-built loops
i especially loved dunkelheit on filosofem and i would like to discover something which gives me the same overview of eternity
hope /mu/ can provide me some good stuff
Sampling = cheating, always. Basic things like drum breaks can be good background during development, but any finished product ought to be original. Sampling individual notes or perc hits and then arranging them yourself is somewhat more acceptable than appropriating entire phrases, but still lazy.
/mu/ prides itself on ''mucore'' but it is basically an unofficial pitchfork message board
>As the curtain falls on 2015, it might be hard to remember any albums released this year besides Adele's record-breaking, generation-uniting '25.'
Rolling Stone, everyone.
>band has a girl playing keyboard and doing back vocals
>Band has a keyboard
>Band has backing vocals
Rec me the most interesting/unique Post-Rock Album you have listened to. It doesn't have to be your favorite or anything along those lines, just interesting.
One guy plays every single part on every instrument to Bohemian Rhapsody!
+While you were out, Revolutionary Pekinese Opera, Watashi Dake, Love's Secret Domain
Check out Otomo Yoshihide - Vinyl Tranquilizer
is lifelover an ironic name or is there really posi black metal because I would be down for that
what do you now that november is done?
cool chart you should listen to a challenge to fate if you haven't