Essential "classic" sounding neofolk artists:
Death in June
woodsy sounding neofolk artists:
agalloch (the white and the mantle are great for their folky songs)
Fire & Ice
Of the Wand and the Moon
haven't found any good stuff this year. and with agalloch split up, there will be no more folky songs from them
>album ends with the artist saying bye bye
>psst,hey kid wanna see a trick?
>*does the same chord over and over for 2 and a half minutes*
>*invents blues and ruins music completely because music become just a repeating clusterfuck*
No surprise he says that he was possessed by the devil because only the devil can make something so evil.
Can someone explain why people like his voice?
ITT: Essential circus music
I don't get why this album is so praised.
Can you explain in few words why is it so good?
I thought it was boring my first couple listens but it's grown into one of my favorite albums. It's a very simple, but powerful album. Great guitar work and melodies.
It's definitely not pop rock.
I wouldn't say it's a happy or upbeat record. It's more of a bittersweet feel to it. Although I never quite understood what the lyrics were talking about.
Vektroid releases three new albums on bandcamp:
ITT: we turn black and white album covers into colored album covers using http://demos.algorithmia.com/colorize-photos/
this is shit. all it does is make shit sepia tone with some purple.
Does /mu/ like the modern lovers?
Also their debut album cover looks like it could be on a t-shirt.
I'm sure there are t-shirts w/this design out there somewhere. This is a great album. Even Johnny Rotten was a fan. They covered Road Runner and who doesn't like Ice Cream Man or Pablo Picasso?
What does he listen to?
rate, rec, guess things, call each other plebs etc
Big Star - #1 Record
Supertramp - Breakfast In America
The Woman That Found Her Groove
The Buried Sea in the Whiteness of Eyes
How the fuck do you go from this...
Is this a good song? Two guys I know told me to listen to this shit and it makes me want to kill myself.
What are the most depressing albums of all time?
it's got a range of emotions, but this is a good one
also, Told Slant - Still Water
Albums that are timeless and don't really evoke a "scene" of any kind. This album, for instance, doesn't scream of any obvious influences to me at all. It's acoustic guitar music, and yet I wouldn't say it has a general "folk" sound to it like a lot of other music where this is the chief instrument. It just sounds like a dude who wrote some songs. And it's maybe one of the things I like best about it.
Have you gotten this vibe before? From what album(s)?