ITT: album you can't listen to anymore because feels or other reasons
>listened to this for the first time while cuddling on the couch with a girl i was totally into
>i was planning on asking her out
>she doesn't talk to me anymore because of our age difference
What are some albums/compositions focused primarily on pitched percussion?
I made a similar thread yesterday and received some good suggestions, but more can never hurt, right?
I'm familiar with
I also enjoyed Ensemble Percussione Ricerca's performance of In C
My album has plenty of chromatic percussion on it such as marimbas and vibes. As well as plenty of actual percussion, and a lot of synthesized instruments, trumpets and saxaphones, pianos, everything...
Track 6 is a short one you might like. Afro Beat influenced. Otherwise youre goonna have to look thru yourself :)
Looking for songs that feature awesome drum solos... or just great drum line.
One of my favorite songs to jam along to is "Time Ed" by moe. off of the live album Warts & All IV. It has a fun beat that changes around a bit so it keeps you busy and then a good solo to play around with.
Thanks, listening right now.
My kid is doing the "School of Rock" and is super interested in drums, so I thought I'd find some songs with good drums in them for him to listen to/play with.
So this album kicks a whole lot of ass. It's called Zero Comma, iro Toridori no sekai and it's pretty much better than anything that gets posted on this entire board
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Post your favorite cartoon character, then people guess what music you like.
what is the most beautiful ambient album you've ever heard? pic related, Pop is probably my runner-up
>what have you been listening to lately
>most anticipated project
>any recent discoveries
share the wealth
>pic related is my favourite
>most recent is Fennesz - Bécs
>most recent discovery are those techno/idm/ambient remixes of Nav Katze
they're by RDJ, Ae, µ-Ziq, Seefeel and many more: http://www.discogs.com/Nav-Katze-Never-Mind-The-Distortions/release/917401
Downtempo, chillout, trip hop, IDM, glitch, minimal and ambient house and techno, nu jazz, acid jazz, soul house, lounge, broken beat, stuff like that.
ONE TWO ONE TWO ONE TWO
Anyway, its pic related
Vomir - Claustration
It's not necessarily abrasive or hard to listen to, it's just really hard to listen to the entire album considering every track sounds the same and every second sounds like the last...it's a fucking long, dull album.
Is there any chart / can anyone recommend me some future funk and nu disco albums? I've heard Saint Pepsi and Todd Terje but that's about it.
is this reaaaaalllyyyyyy the best synthpop album?
general synthpop thread too, from then til now til infinity
that's what i'm saying
i listened to this album at least ten times and while i can grasp the pop appeal it's actually pretty bland, pet shop boys and new order still rank higher than depeche for me
ITT: we post actually good albums that /mu/ likes to shit on for no other reason other than pretentiousness.
Pic related faggots.
did y'all leave /mu/ forever?
ITT: Post an album/movie and get the equivalent to the other category