>Needle In The Hay
>Pretty (Ugly Before)
>No Name #2
>Between The Bars
>i call albums "records"
Who else likes The Caretaker\Leynard and alias works?
I can't be the only one, god damn it.
This album makes me extremely uncomfortable for some reason
It's so eerie, like I'm in some sort of nightmare where I'm in my house and the clocks say 2pm but it's completely dark outside. The dimensions of all the rooms are slightly off and there's a slight breeze inside where there shouldn't be, and I'm fairly certain I hear something skittering around in the basement
does anyone here use a drum machine? I've been thinking about getting one to practice with. Are there software substitutes that are just as good that i could download somewhere? Would prefer a drum machine that allows me to drastically alter the tone of the drums. Does anyone have any recs?
On a side note, is it possible for me to run hydrogen on my laptop and out the same cabinet that im playing my instrument through? or would i need a separate speaker? (yes i am pretty new to this stuff)
Are there any female pop-rock singers or bands from the 60s?
Most of the female stuff from that time was Traditional pop, or R&B, like Aretha Franklin. I'm looking for something that sounds more like The Beatles or The Beach Boys, but with a chick in the lead.
and still a disappointment
Who is the emoest black metal player
What do y'all think of Molly "Redpill" Rankin?
ITT:Prove you're a 90s kid.
Has being a music elitist ever ruined potential relationships for you?
There are no potential relationships with plebs
What's some of the best music from florida?
>"Kiss the Devil" starts playing
It's like fucking poetry holy shit.
if only you said this faster I would've
>Album is only one track
>It's 40-50 minutes long
What's the coziest song you know? Could be one that evokes nostalgia or just one that you fall asleep to.
My go to sleep anthem is this rn
Animal Collective - Street Flash
Mercury Rev - Blue & Black
Joanna Newsom - Emily
Bjork - All Neon Like
John Ludington - The Crew
Anything by Debussy really, but especially Reflets dans l'eau.
I personally feel like Close to the Edge by Yes is cozy, especially around this time of year, just after sunset, with the lights off.