My friend hasn't sat down and listened to led Zeppelin, and he's really into punk. What album should we get high and listen to?
favorite waka track ?
Let's forget about GY!BE, Swans, Grimes, Radiohead, etc. for a while and tell me /mu/ what do you think about pic related, personally is my favorite band of all time.
What's your favorite song? album? any memory related to them? anything goes.
>go to deviantart.com
>look up any musician
>bring the weirdest shit you found
Hey /mu/ what are some bands that are similar to death grips?
On the left - someone who consistently makes strikingly original pop and recently, an extraordinary film score. Never gets discussed. On the right, what /mu/ would prefer to listen to: Musical mediocrity embodied. Most of /mu/, it seems, are facile and lack critical faculties, because they nearly all have something designed to deliver gametes stuck to their front.
My sister just broke up with a guy she was with for 4 years.
She's a wreck and I want to help her. I think giving her some break up songs to help her through the greifing process would mean a lot to her.
Post anything you can think of.
ITT: best 80's albums
Ok, this AOTD
>what can I do as traffic pass?
>Guard my girl from all those black guys?
what did he mean by this?
>see this on a dark night
wtf do you do /mu/ ?
We had a good discussion about Music Theory earlier.
Let's continue it.
Stirring the pot: Learning music theory can be fun and interesting, but it's ultimately just descriptive and doesn't really grant THAT much additional insight.
A poster in the old thread hit it on the head when he said, "Music theory just gives us an additional language to use when describing music."
So in addition to describing something as "anxious, haunting, unsettling," you can now add "atonal, dissonant, melodically disjointed," etc.
rate this playlist i made for a girl who i have a crush on (shes making me one too)
ITT: wildly overrated albums