Find me a song more badass than this. I dare you.
Nice answer faggot.
Find me a song that's better for pumping you up than that? You know, intense stuff. Sorry I needed to break it down for you.
I knew you guys would rag on the song, but I want to know if you listen to anything other than the beetles or whatever.
Whats /mu/ grooving too..?? kek kek
I'm just playing some blues if you can't tell.. XD
Thats interesting, accordion isn't usually associated with blues. Harmonica, yes. Guitar, yes. but not really accordion. Thats more of a european thing. And everyone knows blues originated in the US
Blind Lemon Jefferson didn't play accordion
Post your initial reaction
who are your favorite singers?
The other ones were dead, so here's a new one!
Leave feedback or recs please(or don't, I can't stop you)!
Two new singles out at the moment, and a great logo/cover designed by a friend of mine
Hope you enjoy both!
new collab with a producer from /mu/ i recorded my verse when i was ill
>hip hop, rap
>boom bap, dark
going to bed so im not gonna feedback but i dont need to hear you to know that ur all beautiful people have a wonderful night or day
H Y P E
Why is Sigur Ros lumped in with all the other cliche post rock bands? The only way Sigur Ros is in anyway similar to those other bands is that they sometimes use crescendoes and have instrumentals. Sigur Ros is far more progressive and interesting than bands like Explosions in the Sky or This Will Destroy You.
Also why does the vast majority of post rock suck? 99% of it is just melancholic guitar noodling with lots of open notes involved and crescendoes. I mean some of it's pretty good but it gets way too familiar after after awhile.
Explosions In The Sky and This Will Destroy You are both the equivalent of pop bands within the genre.
The crescendo-core blandness you're describing is mostly prevalent in the 3rd wave, there's good stuff in all three imo but if you want to avoid that style altogether stick to first and second wave post-rock
>Also why does the vast majority of post rock suck? 99% of it is just melancholic guitar noodling with lots of open notes involved and crescendoes. I mean some of it's pretty good but it gets way too familiar after after awhile.
because everything interesting that can be done with a guitar has been done before.
Prove to me that it isn't Pic Related, anons.
this album isn't half bad, nice instrumentals, singing is solid and lyrics are a little juvenile but they're relatable
thoughts on it?
What bands has vidya gotten you into, mu?
Pic related had an awesome soundtrack, and finger eleven is solid nu-funk
I think the only thing video games have gotten me into music wise is ambient music.
But that's because when I was a kid I used to go to the options menu in shit like Eternal Ring (?) and have the looping menu music on in the background.
Shit like this is pretty amazing imo, it has that rough vidya nineties feel and manages to capture the safe but eerie atmosphere of the situation very well.
Of course that's completely outdone by Silent Hill's ost.
I kinda knew of The Offspring before this, after playing the shit out of it I would be completely comfortable putting them in my top 10 and I owe it all to this game.
Dude, that album got me into The Offspring as well. I knew them before because of Pretty Fly For A White Guy and all, but that album solidified my love for them. Ixnay On The Hombre is a god-tier album.
I never did like Bad Religion though.
Daily reminder this actually happened
What are some good albums to play when you're feeling lonely and sorry for yourself and you just wanna lay in your room and daze off?
ITT: albums men will never understand.
ITT: post indisputable facts about popular music. Pic related.
Favorite album from your birth year