ITT: album covers that perfectly represent the music
Can we just agree that noise "music" isn't music?
Music: "vocal or instrumental sounds (or both) combined in such a way as to produce beauty of form, harmony, and expression of emotion."
How about if you can't write a particular piece into a score, we don't call it music
ITT: The most emotionally devastating album for you personally.
This album for me, it meant a lot to me when I was a teenager in my first years of highschool. Specifically it reminds me if a time when a girl and I were both extremely depressed/suicidal, I remember standing outside of the guidance room at school feeling like shit because I couldn't handle being in the same room as her while she was crying, this album was the sountrack to my life during those times.
does anybody on /mu/ use soulseek to find music? i have a friend who swears by it, but it kinda just looks like another limewire. curious to hear opinions from people who have used it
Dudes, how many new albums do you listen in a week?
Why was the 80s such a shit decade for music?
>steals songs and parts
>claims to make jazz even though his songs have no jazz
>steals album covers
>music is shit even after the fact he stole most of it
Any recommendations for Korean groups/bands that aren't kpop?
Looking mainly for rock, indie, electronic, or jazz, but anything you find worth listening to is fine.
Kim Jung Mi - Now
>Korean Psych-Folk, one of my favorites
Mukimukimanmansu - 2012
>freak folk duo from South Korea
>these chicks are weird, but in a interesting way
dont have a DL , sorry
Seo tai ji- 90s shit did altenative and metal etc
Han dae su- fork rock
But then there's really few other musicians worth checking out koreans has no culture
Because of sensorship back in 80s i hear
sugoi desu ne
What are you cucks doing for Valentine's Day?
this, with the gf
if you saddin' out, listen to this
What is the difference between Jungle and Drum n Bass?