ITT: We find albums by anons describing an album they want to hear using something non-musical
Example: What's an album that sounds like someone having a caffeine overdose?
"ITT: We find albums by anons describing an album they want to hear using something non-musical
Example: What's an album that sounds like someone having a caffeine overdose?"
An album that sounds like a nostalgic walk in mis autumn through a hilly park or woods with the leaves slowly turning red and yellow, feeling at peace with the universe but also reminiscent of love and your past. Reminiscent, tranquil, nostalgic, natural, introspective
anything math rock related
Listened this for the first time last night. Reccing it hard to any math rock fans who haven't heard it. Avant-Math God was right all along.
ITT: post a scenery from your hometown and others guess which genre fits it the best.
>>Swans, Nine Inch Nails
feel free not to post etc
NGLY - NGLY  [EP]
>house, techno, l.i.e.s.
Tala - The Duchess EP
>uk bass, electronic pop
How to get into disco music ?
>no nu-disco bullshit
some random tracks i like:
Post essential synthpop albums from the 2000's and this decade. I want to know more about this beautiful genre
>inb4 some faggot posts Chvrches
Also, this one is great
Let's try keeping this thread alive for a bit longer this time and keep the shitposting to a minimum k?
Post your aoty, epoty, soty if you feel like it.
I haven't been here for some time and nostalgia has hit me.
Give me some 2014 essentials to catch up on my listening.
Same. I downloaded that Sun Kil Moon cause I was listening to Tiny Cities the other day. /mu/ seems pretty much the same. But there's a sticky now, I never wanted a sticky. Do people still post a lot of shitty internet rap? Like Lil B and that ugly teenage girl?
All genres allowed
>The list could go on...
Is Radiohead really a creep?
what's the worst lyric you've ever heard?
hard mode - no rap
>There are six and three quarter billion people in this world
>And 51 percent of them are girls
why don't you tell us what percentage of the Earth's surface is covered in water too?