What album have you been listening to a lot recently, /mu/?
I can't even begin to understand why Kanye West has a right to say Beck is killing music...
I know it's pretty obvious, but wth, does /mu/ prefer Kanye or Beck and why/
Who here wants to talk about the absolutely amazing noise pop stylings of 神聖かまってちゃん?
So you're a fan of の子's more standard rock sound? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_eYl0bVXosI
imagining charli naked edition
Sup /mu/, what is some good fuccboi music? Aside of trap, of course.
Brit thread #2
Waiting for Kanye
>Black metal guy doing an electronic/ambient/acoustic album
>lots of layers
>electronic post rock
>massive build ups
>somewhat modern classical inspired
Thank you for listening
>math and post rock with fake guitars
>it's all free to download too
Interesting sounds. Huge 90s video game vibes. Great concept
ITT: The three genres you're MOST INTERESTED IN and the three genres you're LEAST INTERESTED IN (not necessarily "bad genres," although they can be, just stuff you're not into)
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>see live show
>band plays song differently than they did on the album
hey /mu/ what are some good obscure hip hop albums of the 2010's?
Arsenio Rodriguez- Quindembo/Afro Magic (1963)
>conjunto, Latin fusion
>Known for being more of a traditional conjunto tres player, Rodriguez mixes things up by adding saxophone to his ensemble and removing the trumpet and piano.
Craig Taborn Trio- Chants (2013)
>modern creative, improvisation, third stream
>Pianist Craig Taborn’s trio looks like a traditional piano trio (piano/bass/drums) but the final product doesn’t sound like any other trio out there. The music blends intricate, creative compositions, with tight, subtle group improvisation, making it difficult at times to tell where the compositions end and the improvisations begin. The unique sense of harmony and rhythm within...
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Chico Hamilton Quintet in HiFi (1956)
>cool jazz, hard bop, avant-garde, third stream
>This was one of the first studio recordings by Chico’s group which was released on the Pacific Jazz label. Fred Katz’s cello playing always gives this group a unique sound, but it is their contrapuntal style of improvisation that really makes them interesting. This record features some of the group’s original compositions, as well as a some interesting takes on standards.
Post a picture with more talent than this
Pro tip: you can't
Lets have a /fa/ type thread over here and see how you /mu/tants dress.
Post your favorite album along with your outfit.
>Spirit They're Gone, Spirit They've Vanished
ITT Albums you're currently obsessed with