Is there an album you know of dealing with the pain of breaking up? Not due to hating each other, but due to issues that just can't be fucking fixed? 20 month long relationship just ended...wasn't going to work cause I'm going back to college full time (full scholarship, 7 year undergrad to doctorate program) and she wants to travel the world. I know AF is the gold standard, but anything else like it?
What is he up to these days /mu/?
So /mu/ what is your gulty pleasure?
For me its Katy Perry
Mainy the songs:
She is the toilet
>I am such a jerk, I can't do anything
ITT: Talentless hacks
The fact that so many books still name the Beatles "the greatest or most significant or most influential" rock band ever only tells you how far rock music still is from becoming a serious art. Jazz critics have long recognized that the greatest jazz musicians of all times are Duke Ellington and John Coltrane, who were not the most famous or richest or best sellers of their times, let alone of all times. Classical critics rank the highly controversial Beethoven over classical musicians who were highly popular in courts around Europe. Rock critics are still blinded by...
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Is Tom gonna be OK bros?
Do you like this band /mu/
They're decent. I liked their 2016 release.
It always takes me a while to warm up to their albums though, not because its strange or inaccessible - but more because it comes off as plain and boring for the first few listens and then eventually I start to warm up to them.
I very much prefer Radio Onsen Eutopia
Hey, /mu/. What do you guys think of Cage the Elephant?
hell fucking yea brother
balmorhea - s/t
balmorhea - rivers arms
all the other balmorhea albums
Departures - message to bears
parades - efterklang (some songs)
for emma, forever ago - bon iver
mickey mouse operation - little people
harbor - tomppabeats
listenin' to this for the first time and im blown away, like stripped down soul and gospel, but super minimal and atmospheric with these odd touches peppered throughout.
ITT: It's 2002 and you're in a trendy club in West Berlin. This guy and his entourage step up to you and start whisking your girl away, much to her approval. You tell him to fuck off but he slaps you and challenges you to a dance-off.
What track do you tell the DJ to play to assert your dominance in the dance-off?
I haven't heard that one, who's it by?
Why do people bother learning how to play instruments when you can much more easily create literally any sound imaginable with a DAW and a MIDI controller? I'm not even baiting.
learning an instrument provides you with musical vocabulary and language. otherwise you're just sitting at a computer or controller replicating stuff that you've already heard. that isn't to say you can't be creative with MIDI but learning an instrument provides invaluable perspective on being creative and emotive and music theory
Post albums that are dangerously comfy
holy fuck, this is the best album i've ever heard