Thoughts on Tyler the Creator
ITT: the best singles of the year
>mfw someone claims Moondog is good
it's easy listening shite
Today, Wayne Coyne posted a picture of Miley Cyrus peeing during her 23rd birthday party to his Instagram account.
Is there any non aggressive music, for when you're just really miserable and sick of it all? Like you feel the part of your brain responsible for tolerance is just fucking tired and incapacitated?
Is the noise section in Silver Rocket played live? I.e. not layering up a bunch of separate guitar tracks post-production and/or using loads of digital processing etc.
Because if so I can't imagine how the fuck they did that.
I think so. I could believe 2 guitarists with full pedal-boards could make that sound. It's fucking amazing, though. Could you imagine how cool that would be at live shows if they pulled off. I haven't watched any live stuff of them btw
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Gives you the guitar tone from the hit track "Radioactive" by Imagine Dragons, hence the name "Geiger Counter"
Don't give me generic Mac Plus 97 Bullshit. I'm looking for chill type of shit with trap-ish drums, stuff like this album
Games - We Can Play
Strawberry Skies is a perfect song imo.
>Came from the bottom, grew up in war torn Ireland
>made some of the most critically acclaimed and best selling albums of the 1980s and 1990s, including Boy, The Joshua Tree, War, Achtung Baby, and The Unforgettable Fire
>worked with Brian Eno on several albums
>Achtung Baby was the first rock album to feature significant influence from electronic dance music and other contemporary experimental music and significantly widened their popularity, exposing listeners to groundbreaking music they would have otherwise never heard before, predating Kid A by 9 years
>was behind the groundbreaking and yet to be topped Zoo TV Tour
>is self aware, his persona during the Zoo TV-era was a satire of himself in response to all the critics who called him pompous during the Rattle and Hum days
>is a patrician who had bands including but not limited to This Heat, Interpol, Kings of Leon, Bjork, Mission of Burma, The Fall, Einsturzende Neubauten, Public Enemy and Pixies open for his band when they were in their prime to give them exposure
>albums still hold up, receive rave reviews upon being re-released, even by Pitchfork
>isn't a nigger
>single handedly made the American and British public view AIDS and HIV as diseases that deserve treatment and sympathy rather than a punishment for being a degenerate, something even Princess Diana failed to do
>single handedly convinced George W. Bush to become the president who gave the most money to AIDS research, not Clinton, not Obama, George W. Bush
>wants to create a high fidelity and consumer friendly music format
>Reddit hates him
>4chan hates him
This man is based as fuck.
as much as people hate on u2/bono, i just have to respect a band who packs stadiums full on a nightly basis
What's some superior pleb music/really good accessible music you can play in public
>listening to Nas as usual
>we wuz kings and queens, not porch monkeys
>we wuz kings
Dropped it. I can't take it seriously anymore
any other seattlefags going to see this guy tonight?
>Listen to an album for the first time
>Really like it initially
>Listen to it again
>Like it less with each successive listen until I kind of despise it
What's her name /mu/?
Drone metal Earth < Post-rock Earth
Does /mu/ like Prince?