>The Sun Kil Moon man...
I can't fuckin do this hahaha
whole article was pretty
Let me give you some examples of why rap music is not something to be glorified. Go the world star hip hop website, what do you see? You see lots and lots of videos of poor people fighting. They're not fighting because they listened to rap music though, they're fighting because they don't know any better. These people were raised without positive role models. That doesn't mean that all poor people are bad or raised without positive role models. Something else you'll notice about poor people and rap music is that these are desperate people. They do desperate...
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I see a big difference between those genres, you haven't laid out the concrete differences between them. You can't just say "well what about this" then expect me to try to decide what you're even talking about. You'll need to go into more detail, if you want. Either way, I don't argue with people who have already made up their mind and are set in their ways. Nothing productive will come of that.
ITT: Albums that were far ahead of their time.
This is pretty decent
If Pitchfork gave it a BNM it would of been Yung Thug type meme 2.0. Than people would of liked it un-ironically and i could laugh at them, similar to people who say Barter 6 is AOTY. Fuck Pitchfork for fucking this up.
How do I get into Nirvana? Is there a flowchart?
start with pic related first
Do you really need a flowchart? There's only three albums, one b-side comp and the Unplugged album.
The rest are demos, outtakes and all that shit that you only listen to after the studio albums
Does /mu/ like Glenn Branca?
Is he a genius or just another hack?
Ascension and theoretical girls are good but I just can't for the life me wanna listen to that shit over and over.
he's probably amazing to work with in person
>if you disagree with him you're a pleb
>if you agree with him you're a Scaruffi drone
seriously fuck this man (I agree with him for the most part)
Music for this feel?
i dont like death grips
Looking for more dancy punk in the vein of Gang of Four's "Damaged Goods" or Joy Division's "Love Will Tear Us Apart"
Any branch of rock that has that funk/disco backbeat to it really
I guess if you wanna stretch things out a bit, also something similar to Bloc Party's whole "Silent Alarm" album
Kinda serious question, I don't even know I care but :
When did Kpop surface ? It feels like it was always there to begin with
Is there only girls attracted to genre ? I've never seen a guy attracted to that shit.
Why does this become so much of a thing, since it's all shit ? The albums don't have nothing, the videoclips are the only thing that attract youngas.
it's been around since the 90's, i think? kpop only got really big around 2009-ish with SNSD's gee and 2012 with gangnam style
boys and girls, but mostly girls
because it's good pop music, arguably better than most western radio pop
What should I put in here?
what is your mental image of people that listen to hardstyle
i just think of angry germans stomping on bugs to shitty kicks
god i hate hardstyle