Why is Neutral Milk Hotel always the best?
What are some 2000's and 2010's albums that can stand up to the classics like Pet Sounds, Spiderland, and Loveless? Pic related for example.
taste the floor
it's not very tasty
Okay so I think that we can all agree that good and bad taste is a consensus opinion. We can agree that people who listen to more difficult music (ie music with more complicated and experimental unusual songwriting), generally dislike the music that is poppier and mainstream. People who like poppier mainstream music generally don't care about music. Therefor we can surmise that the people who focus on music and care about it more have better taste. You can't compare an athlete to gilbert grape's mom.
The problem with taste on /mu/ is that everyone (save faggot trips) are Anon, and so we have no idea what the taste of each other is really. So if we see a person liking a SINGLE pleb album, we then have to cast that single album over their ENTIRE taste in order to have an idea of what they're like. They might not even like the genre but it's an exception for them, they might have a much more well rounded taste than us IRL, but we have no idea about that.
Why does she look like a cute boy and why do I find it attractive?
Fuck coldplay t.b.h
what's /mu/'s favorite Sia music video?
ITT: artists who went from making pleb material to patrician material
>18 years old
>want to make music
>no musical experience
Is it too late /mu/?
but you try to disregard and listen to anyway.
I unironically enjoy the song "glass earth" from Liturgy, discuss.
reminder your favourite musicians don't give a fuck about who is considered "plebeian" and don't dismiss artists for being popular
Radiohead, The Beatles, Pink Floyd etc. all have massive influence on surface level and underground acts alike whether you like it or not
What does /mu/ think of Porter?
I love Electronic but never listened to Aphex Twin because everyone says to start here and it's so fucking boring.
Am I really missing out?
As an ''electronic music'' fan, I've never liked his works either. I respect his contributions but can't listen to his music, it does nothing for me.
But then ''electronic music'' is such a huge umbrella genre, its a dumb blanket thing to say you should start anywhere.