If you see this album posted on here, its a joke. That is all. It sucks. It's radio country. Stop posting it as a joke. It sucks dick. I am sick and tired of your stupid underage kid memes. Go back to the Filthy Frank comment section you pathetic faggots.
I like how Tyler talks about depression and suicide in a way that isn't like angst-y emo and post-hardcore music.
Who are some artists that often talk about depressing shit without being overly edgy?
The genre doesn't matter to me.
>Everything he says is fake and simply counter-culture.
But Tyler actually did grew up on that culture and what he raps about (his adolescences, growing up with no father, rise to fame) actually did happen.
>both play bass
>both leaders of their continents most influential rock bands
>both universally recognized as musical geniuses
ITT:albums that people will never understand
Music to listen to while smoking K2?
Man spice is rough stuff. The last batch I bought was a year ago, it gave me awful nightmares and I would wake up having K2 flashbacks and crying. I won't ever touch the stuff again, and I'm glad I didn't end up retarded from smokin it.
Also, whenever I smoked spice, the music I was listening to wouldn't register in my head. I couldn't contemplate the music at all, it was just unfamiliar noise and it freaked me out. So, I don't know about your question
Sorry about the blogpost
more like this? just got into jazz and have been listening to the classics; this is by far the best jazz record i've heard so far
Don Cherry - Eternal Rhythm
Ascension by Coltrane
I do recommend starting from the beginning of jazz and working your way to the free stuff because it gives context to what they are actually doing and how the music progressed that point of deconstruction
Happy birthday Brian
Does /mu/ like
1. Bad Religion
2. Dead Kenedys
What's your opinion of this and more like this?
>Blur attempts to outdo Henry Cow, spork ensues
>brits can't rap
>brit's only copy America
What are /mu/'s thoughts on Julien Baker?
Some friends are having a summer solstice bon fire by the river tonight and I've been asked to bring music.
Looking for solstice / astrological themed music to play, give me some suggestions.
Bonus if it's kinda folkie shit, the chicks there play folk music and are into stuff like John Prine, Bruce Springsteen and Townes Van Zandt
What songs would you suggest?
I'm looking for a mix of songs to play as more or less background music while drinking around a fire, not albums to actively and attentively listen and focus on.
It'll probably only be an hour or two before the guitar and possibly banjo comes out and were all drunkenly butchering Atlantic City, Waiting Around To Die, Zombie, Hello, Blister On The Sun and Folsom Prison anyhow
Music to do kratom to?