Apparently Behringer is in the works of developing a synthesizer. Uli Behringer revealed that he built his own synthesizer at age 16, and wants to come back to synthesizers. Hopefully they will be built by the Midas division to avoid build quality issues.
What are your thoughts?
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desperately need the link to hundred waters the moon rang like a bell. doesnt seem to exist online and the links in the archive are expired/have been removed.
You faggots have ten seconds to give me one reason why 1989 isn't the best album ever made.
Protip: you can't.
ok, most critics don't have the wherewithal to understand the music they are hearing so they rely on something that sounds similar but a little different to make an ignorant decision. This album is about a 1989/10000
>actually letting s/t and Murcia kill /bleep/
C'mon lads lets go
anyone heard this yet?
it's r&s so 50/50 chance of it being complete shit or absolutely GOAT
Electronic AOTY? Post your candidates
>so fucking out of tune it's almost avant garde at points
What's the worst you can find?
vaporwave?? more like gayporwave lmao
I prefer this cover tbh
I really enjoy Floral Shoppe, it's great
post the saddest fucking song you know of
The Beatles were the most influential rock band ever but are highly overrated, right?
Can you name a famous rapper with NO gimmicks whatsoever, /mu/?
new om unit is big
what should we call this?
i kind of hate the 'bubblegum bass' label. obviously it's being driven forward pretty singularly by sophie and ag cook but pretty soon it'll get co-opted for more mainstream tastes
i like the interview where sophie compares it to molecular gastronomy. how about molecular pop?
Easy pick right here
not even the best jazz+other genre album
bottom portion is "like more than disliked"
Electronic music that isn't EDM.
But apparently there's a new thing where it has to be "club music" to be allowed in these threads, which I think is dumb. These threads should just be for the underground electronic scene.