What's /mu/s thoughts on Gonjasufi
ITT: describe releases with genres that don't actually exist
pic related is krautfunk
Holy fucking shit, /mu/
This album is fucking delicious. Please rec me more chopped and screwed similar to this
ON THE DAY OF EXECUTION
>/mu/ is now full of teenagers who listen to (c)rap and p(o)op
I really don't know why people mostly listen to the same pop music on /mu/. You would think with the internet anyone could listen to whatever they wanted. I guess it's just easier to do what everyone else does.
How's your day going so far? What's your most interesting find from November?
I watched Ronin last night and it was fucking shit. Not sure how much had to do with how tired I was, but I was expecting a movie like Heat and all I got was a bunch of bad acting and meh action scenes.
>What's your most interesting find from November?
I haven't listened to anything new since September I am afraid.
What happened to the last thread?
Wasn't even really an RYM thread, just was for posting your most recent ratings. Plus the image was shit for an OP and it was sinking. Just made sense to make a new thread in all honesty.
Was it a funny level of shit or just a not fun to watch level of shit?
i've been listening to a lot of OutKast recently..
what are some other nice albums by hip hop artists from Atlanta?
have you looked at the rest of the dungeon family??
goodie mob - soul food is a southern rap pinnacle and arguably as good as any of outkast's album, their second 'still standing' is great too - ignore everything after that
cool breeze - east point's greatest hit
witchdoctor - a S.W.A.T. healin' ritual
then of course dungeon family - even in darkness, which is essentially all these artists coming together to make the best label rap album ever feat. a young killer mike
new Animal Collective album entitled 'Painting With'
first single entitled 'Floridada' premiering Nov 30th
Prove to me that this album is bad and Yeezus is good at the same time without any conflicting statements.
Yeezus is a widely influential album with lyrics touching on racism and consumerism. The production is clean and minimal, while the samples are diverse.
St. Anger is a non influential, overproduced album made to appeal to young listeners. The lyrics have virtually no deeper meaning and the instrumentals are cluttered.
>leave BTFO'ing /pol/ to me
Does /mu/ like Sepultura ?
post your picks
circa 2012: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-2WqQY_xSSM
man already halfway through this decade in 2015 what the fuck?
the new alice glass is actually a qt
ITT: best moments in music.
>storm, 10:15 in, bass resolves all the tension from the left ear