Can anyone recommend a preferably instrumental album with a intense, vast atmosphere with some kind of set theme? An example would be 2 8 1 4
>b-side is better than anything on the studio album
>/mu/ thinks an album is just a meme
>its actually 10/10 AOTY outsider pop masterpiece
Do you ever feel like a plastic bag?
ITT: Post an album and it's disappointing follow-up.
what is are you listening to right now /mu/ ?
voilent femmes, add it up, country death song
How do you go from this...
>Swans' live album The Gate got leaked
>first song is called Frankie M.
>Swans LITERALLY named a fucking song after Frankie Muniz and thought it deserved to be the opener
Fuck this band, I'm out
Red pill me on Tupac.
How does /mu/ feel about The Killers? I like Hot Fuss but I feel like everything else is mediocre.
They are great. Sam's Town is their best album followed closely by Hot Fuss. Their latest album id great too. The only one that isn't that great is Day & Age but it still has some good songs on it.
My favorite album of theirs is Battle Born, it really displays how strong of a songwriter Brandon Flowers is. In truth, I probably like his solo album, The Desired Effect, more than any of The Killers' actual albums. It combines the fantastic songwriting on Battle Born with the glitzy synths of Hot Fuss.
Post a better Iron Maiden Album
>protip: you can't
hey mu im writing a paper on what can and cannot be defined as music. i want to say that music was not experimented with very much before the 1900s but im not sure, can someone confirm or deny this claim? thanks
Reading David Byrne's book 'How Music Works' will help a lot. He talks about how before the 1900's music was often made under the circumstances of a specific social climate. This means that music was being made strictly in places like churches and because these were times where religious freedom was uncommon, music never quite evolved until after cultural revolutions,
does anyone recommend some good rock, Like something kinda like royal blood or bass drum of death?
Scene Starter Pack Thread
What would modern music be like if rock never happened?
More advanced. Contemporary pop music would have evolved more from jazz, swing, and bluegrass and would be based on modes rather than the boring format of
Is this the most disappointing album of 2015? Has a few good songs like the opener, Annie, Smut!, Slumlord and the re-release but overall it's pretty unremarkable. I bought tickets for one of his shows next month and I just hope he plays a lot from Psychic Chasms and Era Extrana which were both miles ahead of this