Guys, get any Pitchfork review and add your own score. I'll start
Bass guitar discussion thread. Post anything related to bass guitar.(equipment, your idols etc)
This is cort t74. I own it for 4 years and it's a fuckin beast.
Inlay looks way cooler in person tho
hey /mu/, i want to get into techno. what are some seminal releases?
Look for the chart for techno on the /mu/ wiki, it has a lot of good albums on there.
Also I think pic related is pretty good.
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Prove me wrong
>protip: you can't
Recommend your favourite albums from 2015 through comics like this
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So do we all agree the first two songs are the only good tracks from this album?
Give your honest opinion about this OST without talking about the anime or calling me a weeb (i haven't watched anime for years desu)
Why does Pitchfork think that they can review classical music and jazz?
Can anyone rec me some good music for the beach? I'm heading there tomorrow and I'm going to try listen to some new shit.
I'm into black metal, shoegaze, psych, ambient, electronic, hip hop and folk.
tfw you realise his opinion is irrelevant cause he likes kanye
>it's their second album
>the album title is '2'
are albums being made by women vastly overrated by the media and wannabe critics? I don't know about you but I feel this to be kind of a politically correct thing. Most of the time they release "quirky" pop/electronic albums that aren't bad but aren't good either, just kind of meh. Then you check opinions & reviews out there and they're like OMG BEST EVER. What's your take on it?
>Grimes: suuuuuuucks. Her only purpose is "tee hee i'm a weird girl!". Omegas' waifu
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eh, i mean i could cherry pick a bunch of the critically acclaimed albums this year made by male musicians which were also mediocre.
like i don't get the high praise for tame impala, panda bear, jamie xx, sufjan, kendrick, father john misty, etc. ALL the "tastemaker" publications are corporatized - based on what will appeal to the readers who like "non-commercial" "obscure" music which is safe glorified pop in all actuality.
>Julia Holter: Started good with her first album, but got worse since then. Her last two albums are the most boring thing I've heard.
you objectively didn't listen to them then?