Parliament-Funkadelic, for example.
What's your favourite prog rock band? I love Gentle Giants.
I recently transcended the human plane of existence to become a being of pure autism. I no longer identify with the17 emotions expressed by humans, and therefore no longer enjoy human music.
Can you recommend some music that sounds like it wasn't made by a person?
>Beats of all sorts
Feedback very welcome
Stay with the earlier stuff or move onto Instrumentals ?
>psychedelic chill rock
What do you listen to when you wanna fap?
Nothing because I'm not a degenerate. I listen to the moans of the whore I'm watching getting fucked or touching herself.
How did you become a music person? Did you just stumble upon good shit, did you have a cool older sibling who owned good music and gave you their shirts to wear, did you just know that cool indie metal hippy kid at your highschool/college, do you work with indie jesus, what happened to you?
pic not really related
i started skateboarding, then watched skate videos and playing THPS2 on playstation with my cousin.
Thats where i got interested in music. I always sucked at skating, but now im working in music.
My friends older brothers showed us alot of rap too.
I guess I was always sensible to music. As a Child it was always my favorite part of the movies and cartoons.
I really got into full nerd mode when I hit 12 and Discover punk rock and pop-punk and started playing instruments.
then got more and more curious throughout my teens, listening to metal, then extreme metal, then more proggy stuff wich lead me to listen to more relax ''indie'' stuff.
now im all over the place, im a real music-nerd I like so much different styles now.
what's up /mu/, i'm going on a long ass plane trip in like a week's time and am currently stocking up on some music for the trip. recommend me things you're enjoying at the moment, i'll listen to everything you send me. i'm into just about everything, but have gotten back into break-beat and electronic downtempo recently, pic related
this is my favorite plane album
it's like a little journey through sound
Where do you draw the line between "music" and just sounds/noise?
Post your top five favorite artists of all time. Guess personalities and rec
Has a sarcastic personality, moderately successful with girls, suburbs (obviously), has a bit of a hard time opening up to people.
My recs for you my man: Statik Selektah, Mr Muthafuckin Exquire, matthewdavid, JMSN, Lil Ugly Mane (I'm sure you've heard him but just in case)
Me top 5
1: Nick Drake
3: The Libertines
4: Sunn O)))
5: Animal Collective
Just got some new fantastic headphones. I've never had a good pair, and have always listened to music either in the car or with shitty earbuds from target.
Anyway, I just listen to pic related with these new headphones, and the difference between listening to it on old headphones and these new ones is MASSIVE. A whole new love for this album.
What are more albums where they sound significantly better with great headphones than with shitty ones?
>inb4 "all music"
For example, Funeral by arcade fire obviously...
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another example, this album went from good but noisy to being incredibly layered and intersting
The Madcap Laughs by Syd Barrett
Should be pretty warm and the music is simple and uncluttered so you can really focus on the guitar and voice. Make sure you don't listen to shit quality audio files. That goes for anything now. V0s or 320s if not flacs. Enjoy!
Cartoons and albums thread?
This is the ITAOTS of cartoons.
ITT: Death Grips before Death Grips
>obsessed with my demo tape collection
When is the LOUDNESS WAR finally over?
There's no dynamic anymore in today's records.