>singer repeats the same line 500 times
albums that are actually little known in contrast to having outstanding critical reception/being an influence on better known musicians
let's see how many jewels we dig out /mu/
>i like it and others don't so it's underrated
>[widely known infamous album] is actually criminally underrated! i said it first! (on an anonymous imageboard) (mainly focused on anime and otaku culture)
Sinead O'Connor tried to kill herself
ITT: god tier bands/artists that are ignored by /mu/
Who is the patrician young male heartthrob?
Want to get into ambient, what the fuck do I listen to after Brian Eno?
Time to go 80's.
Remember: always neon and always stylish.
>tfw Brian Eno will die within your lifetime
Can we agree that NME is currently the cancer of the music blog sphere?
On one hand they are one of the few publications that give the Manic Street Preachers and some other bands the recognition they deserve, and sometimes their "taste" is pretty good or they write a couple of interesting articles.
On the other they are still stuck in the "garage indie rock will save rock'n'roll! Hail guitar bands! God bless revivalist 80's dream pop trite" phase and think Arctic Monkey's AM is the album of the decade.
They're pretty bad, but there are much worse publications. Imo they're just okay.
5x5 thread lads, last week, you know the deal
guess personalities and rec edition
be nice and have fun
US Maple - Talker
Likes crayons more than markers.
+cross, centipede hz, pink moon, sung tongs, low end theory, alegranza, enter the wu tang, homework
~trout mask, yerself is steam
Hello everyone, I'm hosting an MRA charity event next week and I'd like some appropriate music, any recs?
Do white girls who sing and play guitar automatically get a record deal?
anyone have any experience with these? I'm thinking about getting one, but idk much about them.
>Name a post-rock album that is better.
>Pro-tip, you cant.
I wouldn't know which one was better, but Larks Tongues is probably my favorite from the genre,
While it was influential to the genre, the album itself is not post rock.