>People typically have trouble affiliating the band to a specific genre to describe them, since they bridge so many. However, many fans (and themselves to a degree) have labeled their genre as "Schizophrenic pop" (also known as Schizoid pop), a technically unofficial subgenre of pop.
Because their fans seem to think crippling mental illnesses are cool since people with perceived mental illnesses garner so much attention.
We're dealing with tweens here m8, remember that
they're just rappists who want to be super-pop accessible by having catchy melodies and singsongy choruses. if they were strictly hip-hop they wouldn't appeal to white suburban middle school girls (and their parents with the monies) and if they were sticty pop they wouldn't be edgy and wouldn't be taken seriously. it's all a recipe.
What did Pitchfork mean by this?
>it's a nu-male tries to silence freedom of speech and deport opinions he doesn't agree with post
What are some other albums that were ACTUALLY innovative and really influential
>Each day she loves me less and less
>I'm afraid I'll soon be Loveless
>I feel so sick
>it's more than viral
>I guess I'm on
>The Downward Spiral
oh fuck off Trent
>but i still remember the days
>the days when we would play
>1000+ years of art music, centuries of traditional music, 100+ years of jazz and improvised music, and over seven decades of erudite electronic music
Yet you spend most of your time listening to metal, hip hop,"experimental", and "indie"?
Please end yourselves, all of you.
Post music that defines being a spectator in the society of the spectacle
I've recently started listening unironically some vaporwave music like Remember or 2 8 1 4 and I actually like it but my question is: Should I be embarrassed or not about my taste? I feel like it's meme music, but I enjoy listening to it. Also I want to educate myself in this world, so any cool songs to listen to will be appreciated thx
>Should I be embarrassed or not about my taste? I feel like it's meme music, but I enjoy listening to it
if you care what the neckbeards on this board or the normies on reddit or irl think then you need to kill yourself immediately
their taste is shit anyways
Why is it that neo-hipsters can't get into shoegaze?
Worst album /mu/ shilled
prove me wrong
sorry you meant this one
If you asked a complete stranger what they listened to, what are bands that are generally strong indicators of good taste?
hey guys, recently picked up a copy of Aja on vinyl, anyone else get any good records recently?
What does /mu/ think of Kodak Black?
He recently released a new mixtape called "Lil Big Pac".
Is this disrespectful?
See the one in the bottom right with the gold grill and the bantu knots? That's Kodak Black, the subject of this thread.
>there are people on /mu/ RIGHT NOW who don't like ska
>there are people on /mu/ who think Third Wave Ska was the best wave, as opposed to objectively being the worst
Queen literally don't have a single good song, they've never produced anything serious, they sound like a Parody band from the Disney channel. I know we're all supposed to unconditionally love Queen because the dude is gay and has Aids, and that's fair enough, but his music still fucking sucks.
Honestly the only reason so many people love Queen is because they're considered a "classic" so people are expected to like them. If someone completely oblivious to the existence of Queen heard Bohemian Rhapsody, they'd either think
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ITT: Rockist jazz albums
>What's a rockist jazz album?
A jazz album from a selected group of popular jazz artists that rockists will claim are their "favorite" when cornered about their pathetic rock-centric taste
pic related is the ultimate 'oh yeah I know jazz xDDDDDDD' album
"Initially released as a single on September 21, 1959, Take Five failed to attract any unusual attention. Nearly two years later, a reissue exploded on the charts and became the biggest selling jazz single in history. The single version of Take Five was truncated from the LP version, notably omitting an extended drum solo."
Back at a time when jazz was still king and the rock revolution was a few years away yet.