>early 80s synthpop
>Modern Classical, Drone, Music Concrete, Lo-Fi
What are the top 5 albums of this time period?
>Accepts the terms "Art Pop", "Art Punk" and "Art Rock"
>Doesn't accepts the term "Art Music"
Kill yourself if you do this.
So I was listening to XM radio at work the other day, and some pop song came on the radio. My cunt of a boss switched it while I was asking her what the song title was and she never answered me, and I never got a solid lyric down.
The only description I can muster is it was a girl singing, and it sounded like any ol' pop song, but it was kinda crunchy. Not a wall-of-sound, either. But it made me stop and think "wow, this is interesting, I want to know what this is" (I hate 98% of modern music blah blah blah). Please help me /mu/.
whats ur fave album of 2015 so far?
Just posted this in another thread
Guess the genre.
> I'm a survivor
emo of some sort
Band Name: Empathy Games, Jews are only,
Are The Beatles the greatest band ever? It's hard to think of a more all around complete musical group. Otherwise who would it be?
is she right /mu/?
For all your traditional music needs, post in this thread.
>Find, learn and explore (useful links)
>Join the dead last.fm group
I'm on a train in the north of fucking nowhere so I have a pretty shitty connection and can't post much right now.
I just listened to a compilation called "Ladakh: Songs & Dances From The Highlands Of Western Tibet", from the Nonesuch Explorer series. It's pretty great hearing something from Tibet that isn't buddhist chants. I guess this is more secular music for the people rather than sacred music for the monasteries? It sounds a lot like both the Chinese traditional music I've heard, as well as Mongolian music (sans khomei and...
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Is this the most underrated album in the last decade?
ignored by plebs
ignored by "indie" plebs who only listen to funeral
hated by "patricians" because it's "indie shite"
NEW BANDCAMP THREAD.
Post your stuff and your finds.
Recc if you have time or have heard something before.
>Instrumental Hiphop/Trap, leaned out bass.
More from my label//collective
>experimental, harsh noise on guitars and electronics
>new track is OUT! First LP on the way!
> alt-internet rap (post-hiphop????)
How much do you think your average P4k buzzband/artist makes in a year? you know people like St.vincent or Mac Demarco, i just want to know if indie music stardom is worth pursuing or not.
A few years ago Sara Quin during concert mentioned the tax bracket she was in, people inferred from that she probably makes about 130k per year after taxes. Though keep in mind this was a few years ago, the band gained some notoriety since then, also she splits the bands earning with her twin sister.
Tegan and Sara are about as big as indie-pop gets. So a popular solo act like Annie Clark might make 200k+ per year. Basically, they make what an ivy league graduate could be expected to make.
So yeah, they make bank.
What are some objective masterpieces of their genre?
I'm not asking for your 10/10's, or your personal favorites; I'm asking for albums that, regardless of your appreciation of them, are undeniably the most well executed of their particular genre.
If you'd like, you can attach the genre you think it applies to on your post.
For instance: Ambient.
>I'm not asking for your 10/10's, or your personal favorites; I'm asking for albums that, regardless of your appreciation of them, are undeniably the most well executed of their particular genre.
where the fuck do you think you are? this board is loaded with underage users who know next to nothing about music in the long run and just resort to liking whatever based on fads.
don't ask serious questions on this board. there's no use.
ITT: God tier DnB