Downloads / Hype lists / Death Metal archive: http://pastebin.com/zHeLWzf1
Discuss and share metal in whichever form you like.
I think it's time we addressed the elephant in the room: there's a serious problem on this board stemming from an attempted Marxist revolution of musical taste disguised as the philosophy of "subjectivity".
It's an unspoken but well-understood rule that /mu/ is a board for music lovers. People with well-rounded tastes that is built upon a preference from theoretical, emotional, and sonic elements that they've found makes up their favorite pieces of music. You asked these people why they liked a song and they could tell you. If the quality...
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Sora no Woto was a pretty fun show.
The atmosphere was great, humor pretty good, animation was fairly well done. Overall it was one of my favorite shows. I haven't seen an Sora no Woto discussion around here lately, thoughts?
hopsin is the best artist ever. No one can beat him
General share thread.
Ramases - Complete Discography
>psychedelic, space rock, folk
>blue-collar English guy in the 1970s has revelation out of nowhere, believes he is the Egyptian Pharoah Ramases, and starts making music.
>recently released with remastered LPs and never-before-released B-sides and singles
Motohiro Nakashima - Let's decide to go to the park, because rain stopped. (2013)
>folk, acoustic, ambient
I'm So Hollow - Emotion/Sound/Motion (1981)
>early post-punk out of England. energetic and tidy.
Daisuke Tobari - Guitar (1999)
>fuzz folk, lo-fi
>dude from Japan with a nylon-string guitar (and other instruments) belting out some cool tunes into his shitty 4-track recorder
>great vocals, soothing at times and abrasive guttural growling/chanting at others
ITT make fake covers for hypothetical albums you would rate 10/10
sound cloud thread? last one seems pretty dead.
post one, comment/give feedback to one
i dunno, i jump around genres, but it mostly stays pretty electronically tinged
i'm going to bed but i'll be looking through this thread like the last one and giving feedback on soundcloud and through here.
Will give feedback soon
pic not related
>lo-fi, shoegaze, garage rock, pop-punk, hints of blackgaze and post-rock
What are some songs about heroin (or other opiates)? I only know of two off the top of my head...
"The Whit Lady Loves You More" by Elliott Smith
"When It Hits My Blood" by John Vanderslice
You got more, /mu/?
I'd like to think this is a double concept album all about heroin.
>tfw Lick My Boots
hello, fellow producers of /mu/. what are you all working on? share projects, post soundclouds, discuss production, talk gear, what have.
just ordered pic related, and I'm very stoked about it. I've been dreaming about this thing since last summer, and I finally found a unit in good condition with power supply and memory card at the right price. now I just need a decent, cheap audio interface... I've been working solely with midi and samples up until now. any suggestions?
>tfw you have a shitty voice but are a good lyricist
>tfw fucking love to sing
>tfw think i'm doing good, and decide to record it
>i listen to it, and it makes me cringe
>too insecure to get a second opinion
is hearing your singing supposed to sound terrible to yourself /mu/?
Prog thread? Post your favorite prog songs
I'm listening to this right now great album
let's have a druggie music thread. just share music (youtube, album names, album covers, whatever) that goes good with certain drugs or just drugs in general. me myself am coming up on dissociatives on this lovely saturday night so I'm going to post some music suitable for that and would appreciate music for that from you fellas
anyhow this is my favorite album to listen to while on any drugs at all, it's the tired sounds of stars of the lid:
I like this album about drugs!
hey im going to be sharing some things since the last share thread hit the limit. feel free to join me friends
Kid Trails - Out Here
>just came out, plunderphonics, psych pop, super good, half of Gremlins with the guy from Coma Cinema
Contrabox - Bear Town
>came out earlier this year through a small collective, seven minute pop songs, really cool percussion, not the greatest singer but i dig it
The Body - I Shall Die Here
>dark ambient, black metal?