What are some essential math rock albums?
Currently listening to pic related and next will listen to Polvo - Today's Active Lifestyles
If you liked the drumming on that one you should try Hella if you haven't already.
Also if you're into screaming, Dillinger Escape Plan's Calculating Infinity would be a good choice.
What is the Mango of music?
Who here SLSK?
I just got it and so far so good, I can actually see it replacing torrents for me
Has anyone recorded on an 8-track? Are 8tracks the way to go?
What's some good spring music /mu/?
Y'know stuff that sounds fresh, clear, vibrant, optimistic
Just came out last month, exactly what you said. My least favorite album of theirs, easily, but seriously grown on me still think it's great. Definitely their most upbeat.
One of these threads
Many of these was made in paint
I like it, keep doing it
What is the musical equivalent of this book?
funk punk is good punk
see also: RHCP
This thread is for general jazz discussion.
What are your favorite standards and what are the "definitive" versions of them for you?
What are your favorite cover versions of standards or jazz compositions where the tune is reinvented? Do you think any of them surpass the original?
I'll start us off:
Toro y Moi - What For? (2015)
>indie pop, psych pop, not chillwave, summercore
Circulatory System- Mosaics Within Mosaics (2014)
>psych-pop, experimental, elephant six
requesting Peter Tessier- By Turning a Knob and The Music Tapes- Purim's Shadows
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show me your latest and greatest stuff guys
Sounds good, man. I dig the metallic sounds.
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I don't like dubstep. Sounds like it has been done before. Mix is really clean though, good job with that.
Posted a different song in the last thread.
>Post-rock inspired, Chill-Drone
>Nothing on this page really fits the same bill
New Band camp thread.
Post your bandcamp link and state you genres.
New album out today
>Noise, Experimental, Algorithmic
>Made entirely in MATLAB
Real Secrets - Zoom Back Camera
>Dance, House, Experimental
Why no one understands me?
Is the bassist really the "loser" of the band?
If the bassist also sings (which is quite common) then no
If the bassist is a girl, then no
Basically, the bassist stands out the least in a rock band because they don't have solos e.t.c. and a lot of norms can't distinguish between the sound of the bass and the guitar, so they assume it's all done by guitar
Guitarist here, people always tell me how thick my sound is, but it mostly due to how tight the bassist is with me.
In a lot of small cities, it's difficult to find a real bass player. That's why most small bands will take the first alcoholic they find in the local bar, give him a bass and ask him to play root notes.
But in civilized areas bass players can be normal people too.
I can feel that. I play bass in an emo band and I've never really thought of myself a loser, band-wise. I'm not the best musician, but I've always felt kind of passively about bass but loved what I added.
Facts that make plebs chimp out
>Slash is by far the most overrated guitarist to ever live
>The beatles were good but there is much better music contemporary to them and since then
>Nirvana is radio friendly pop-rock