Does this guy even know anything about music?
ITT: albums that you just cannot decide for the life of you if they are okay or great
pic very related
Why can't you decide anon? just be honest with yourself and ask yourself how much you enjoyed from the album, and there you go.
Personally i thought it was a fantastic album, i love it, espicially the drone in the middle of it
Many people say that you haven't really experienced music unless you've tried it with drugs.
What do you think /mu/?
Music on weed, especially a high dose edible is pretty mind blowing i think.
Music on LSD is a whole other experience. In my opinion, you have not fully experienced music without trying it on this substance.
Although this sounds like corny hippy shit, it's like you really do 'feel' the music, you hear every detail down to the smallest thing and it becomes part of you and you tend to mirror the songs emotion and...
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There's not much to say, I tend to really get into the music I'm listening to while high, especially if it's actually good. It also makes me feel more creative when I'm messing around on guitar.
Took lsd for the first time a few months back and i enjoyed the music alot for awhile, then my trip went completely downhill. I don't have a full recollection of what was happening but i remember having kid a stuck in my head all night. cant really listen to that song anymore without feeling kinda nervous. But I agree it does enhance it in some way but you don't need it.
i agree with you op
anyone who says U DUNT NEED DRUGS TO FEEL MUSIC HA HA STRAIGHT EDGE M80 is a fool.
what you said goes double for psychedelic music.
Is this the most influential metal album?
i've only recently discovered instumental/experimental/non-yoniggafuckbitchesgetmoney hip-hop and i want moar. recommendations?
As we all know, Grimes is the queen of /mu/. But who's the king ?
Based on qtness and talent, Damon Albarn is the king.
I was going to ask you if you agree but I don't have to, because we all know Damon is the king.
Link albums/songs you've made.
State genre when posting
>(Experimental, House, EDM)
>people singing words of guitars and drums
gimme some dark trip-hop to listen to.
What are some good cassette labels? Nicely designed art, and good releases.
General cassette thread too I guess.
I dont really see the appeal of cassettes anymore. the only way I could listen to one is in my car.
>hurr durr not owning a tape player
no. With CDs, I can burn them on my computer, put them in my ps2 or bluray player to listen to, and play them in my car
I dont really understand vinyls either, but they come with cool art sometimes, so thats cool i guess
Is there something about cassettes im missing?
i love cassettes but they're definitely a gimmick and it's more of for fun than any other format i believe. the only real pro over anything else is that theyre easy to transport and stack and everything, with the compact size and shape. most people believe that they're cheaper for putting out music physically but i believe cd-r's are better
>band replaces letter in name with another letter and it's pronounced exactly the same
What is some essential avant artwork? Let's discuss.
Oh you said "artwork", my bad
>tfw I'm finding this enjoyable on my first listen
Is it really good? I'm not really into metal, and some purists seem to hate it.
The cover is not bad.
>pic related is 2deep4me tier
This probably describes at least 25% of you faggots.
You're a bunch of pseudo-intellectuals using music as another part of your image
I want to get into punk rock. Things i dont like is cheesiness, "happy" vocals, or other commercial "flexing muscles to gurlz" bullshit, i want something aggresive, raw, truly reactionary both lyrically and musically. Thanks
Not punk and it involves flexing muscles, but I honestly feel like this might be for you
Dead Kennedys you cunt