Is this the most lirically/conceptually complex album ever?
It's just pretentious wankery based on dreams.
Selling England by the Pound and Trespass are way more lyrically and conceptually complex, and those aren't even close to the top of the barrel.
what do you listen to when you're sad/ bummed /mu/?
What does /mu/ think of them?
This reminds me of Ween tbh
Yeah this, some of the songs weren't the greatest but there was plenty of good stuff. I wouldn't say there was anything bad, just some stuff sounded rushed/like they were just fucking around. Hopefully her next release is a bit more mature and she ropes it in a little bit.
>band you like realease new album
>they totally changed their style
Animal Collective just uploaded a 2004 performance for the 10th anniversary of Feels.
Thoughts? Why isn't this being talked about?
ITT: Parody artists that could actually make it big if they started taking it seriously
name my band mu
What medium do you guys use to discover new music?
Can we just talk about the Namie Amuro / Miku collaboration for a minute??
So does this really not happen anymore?
Share profiles and let's add each other and make friends/find new music
I like krautrock, jazz, pop
*I just recently made this account*
Which do you think is better? Why?
too many skits on MM FOOD
the fact that they're attached to the songs and are necessary to flow the album, makes my blood boil
we get it dude you like old fantastic 4 cartoons and shit
that whole middle section with gumbo and edible wrappers, I can't handle it
What music do pastel goths listen to?
The leaves have changed color and now would be a great time for some good Fall-Core /mu/.
shit chart I made with some anons last year
What other albums/artists would you guys consider "patrician pop"? I'm up for anything from any decade or any country.