Why listen to music coming out in 2016 when you can listen to music that's good?
Name five good artists/bands to come from the UK
Which one of these is a bigger red flag?
ITT: Older brother-core
It's just vaporwave with guitars
It's here, /mu/CHELLAPALOOZAROO TWO THOUSAND SIX TEEEEEEEEEN! IT STARTS TOMORROW!! GET HYPE!!
For those who are not familiar with the event; http://4chanmusic.wikia.com/wiki/Muchella
/mu/chella is our bi annual listenalong event in the style of a faux music festival, airing biannually since 2012. It's really fun and music related, AND IT STARTS TOMORROW SO TAKE YOUR FUCKING DRUGS KIDS HERE WE GO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
the full lineup will be posted below
Come join us in the irc channel at mutantradio.org/player/ or #/mu/radio on rizon to talk about the lineups or whatever the fuck is going on
Post name, phone number and recs
I CANT REMEMBER THE NAME OF THIS FUCKING SONG AND ITS DRIVING ME CRAZY
It's this sad classical piano song that has the number 3 in the title, I think. And if you go look at the song on YouTube, literally all the comments are people saying how they feel like they've heard the song somewhere before but never knew what it was.
PLEASE TELL ME SOMEONE KNOWS WHAT IM TALKING ABOUT
Just how bad is the new Ghostbusters theme by Fallout Boy?
Red-pill me on Bob Dylan /mu/
I just finished his studio discography and I don't get him. please explain to me why he is so much mass appeal.
I like his music but I don't get the complete fascination with him. He was influential sure but you can say that about a lot of people.
I want to know what makes him unique compared to anyone else.
>Did you even listen to the music?
>70s Bob Dylan was best Bob Dylan.
Prove me wrong "[spoiler]you probably can[/spoiler]").
I don't believe you about listening to his studio discography. If it is true that you listened to it entirely let me ask you this:
Why did you listen to 37 albums by an artist who obviously isn't for you?
Nobody wrote poetic lyrics like in folk music like him and then nobody wrote poetic lyrics in rock music like him. He was also predecessor to Bowie when it came to changing music style while changing actual style, even if that wasn't intentional.
Why do people insist that an ok lead guitar player who played bass in a metal band is a GOAT-level bass player? He had some cool licks but just about everything he did someone did before him and better. And on top of that he was pretty sloppy - and used a ton of distortion to try and hide that.
Doris was his best album. IDLS was only carried by the hype that the lyricism and excellence that Doris built up.
ITT: Your favorite first & second song combination on an album
real talent or just eye candy?