Shlohmo Dark Red leaked!
Controversial I'm sure, but I'm going with Cross, post yours.
I like Jazz. Do you like Jazz? I'm currently listening to "Scenery" by Ryo Fukui, what are you listening to?
Jazz fucking sucks anon, everyone who actually likes music is laughing at you right now for enjoying that shit. The whole genre is the definition of the word wank, literal aural masturbation with no depth whatsoever.
>muh time signatures
Is this good first step into Lightning Bolt? I've heard its pretty great but also really abrasive. I'm trying to shift from noise rock like Sonic Youth into more experimental and heavier shit. Any other recommendations are welcomed.
Any other good J-Pop? I've only really listened to Kyary Pamyu Pamyu.
>playing college festival in april
>don't know if I should play house or more aggressive trap style music
Inb4 computer sounds and djs are fags
Is Big Black any good?
ITT : top tier waifus
ITT: Music festivals you're going to this summer.
>See you at Roskilde
I'm not sure if I'm even going to be able to go to a music festival this year, but if I do, it would be Pitchfork Festival. My other option is to wait for Lollapalooza's lineup to be announced and by a day pass for whatever day is best. The problem with Lolla is that the attendees suck ass. They are the worst music festival goers around mainly because half of them are underage Chicago kids fucking everything up at the EDM stage and spilling over to other stages. Another problem is that Lolla, out of the big music festivals, is the most pop-friendly fest out there....
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Anyone else plan on going to Bunbury this year?
Have you ever downloaded an album from a sharethread that later became a 10/10 or 9/10? If so, post and share them here!
This one is mine
Racoo-oo-oon - Is Night People
>Noise Rock, Post Rock, Post Punk
got this one only a few weeks ago but it's already breaching 9/10
Audio Safari - Urunosora 
>dream pop, electronic
Midori - hello everyone, nice to meet you, we are midori 
>Hardcore Punk, Jazz Punk, Noise Rock
Disregard experimental/backpacker hip hop, given the content on these albums I've come to the conclusion that these are the most defining albums about the struggle for african americans. What would be a good fit for the 2000s?
THE CD IN THE CASE *IS* JENNY DEATH! SOMEONE GO FUCKING GET IT!
Post yer Bandcamps
>death pop / nostalgia / synth punk
All vocals taken from found sound cassettes of kids in the 80s and 90s
Hey buddies (: will be lurkin' all night leavin comments and stuff
tuesday blues edition
>tfw no qt3.14 grime gf
>you both will never shitpost together on /mu/ while blasting grime at tinitus level on your cheap ghetto department surrounded by crumbling ikea furniture