what are some cool/ur favorite female fronted bands
What is the patrician version of Daft Punk?
Will this ever be topped?
Can we guess what music /mu/ listens to based on the books we read. Here are my favorite writers:
>David Foster Wallace
Wailing Wall -The Low Hanging Fruit
EASTGHOST - Omniscient, They
>ambient, electronic, experimental, hip hop
James Blake - Self-Titled
Ray Charles - Modern Sounds in Country and Western Music
>the only people who listen to /mu/core are newfags being introduced to the canon
What kind of music do pure, virginal girls like?
Is there a track-separated version of Pender Street Steppers' "Life in the Zone" tape? I've only been able to find Side A and Side B, but never individual tracks
ITT: words that have lost all meaning
can we get a noise rock thread going? I'd love some recs!!!
if there weren't any asian whiny vocals, this would be perfect
One of my favorite albums
I really enjoy math rock, but listen to a pretty limited amount. These are my favorite math rock albums. Where do I go from here?
ITT: we briefly describe good albums as if we were plebs
>idk it was okay but I think the CD was scratched or something
>idk it was okay but I think Kanye West is not Michael Jackson. As he told MTV last month, "I do have a goal in this lifetime to be the greatest artist of all time, [but] that's very difficult being that I can't dance or sing." He ended the thought with a laugh, but you get the impression he's not kidding. Unlike Michael, he's not interested in scrubbing away bits of himself-- his blackness, his candidness-- to appease the masses. And while Jackson's own twisted...
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>In '87, Huey released this; Fore!, their most accomplished album. I think their undisputed masterpiece is "Hip To Be Square". A song so catchy, most people probably don't listen to the lyrics. But they should, because it's not just about the pleasures of conformity and the importance of trends. It's also a personal statement about the band itself.
>yeah it just kinda sounds weird like its not right can we listen to something else?
yo so what happened to jazz in the 21st century
It got more complex, diverse, and personal than ever before and also increasingly less popular, yet more rewarding to those who seek it out.
It's the same trajectory it's been on since the 1940's.
Has any rap record successfully pulled off the "rapping with a live band." Because musically this is great, but the rap's a bit uninspired.
<in b4 The Roots. never really dug them.