Name a better pop song than Ain't It Fun.
>the high e string of my epíphone les Paúl broke the day before going on a trip to Florida
>no biggie justo bring other spare guitar to practice with
>at the hotel tunning my guitar
>e string breaks
FUCK FUCK FUCK ITS NOT FUCKING FAIR I WAS ALL PREPARED TO LEARN A NEW SONG GOD FUCK THIS SHIT ALWAYS HAPPENS TO ME REEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE
learn the song on your remaining 5 strings you fucking pussy. slaves were out there making music with one string tied to a shovel and here you're bitching about your guitar with 5 functioning methods of input. bassists manage to get by with 4, honestly kill yourself
I've been in a dark place for awhile and on top of that cannot get my medication. I would really be appreciative if you posted links to happy, innocent music to liften my moods up to and connect with like Brian Wilson in the Beach Boys Love You or Daniel Johnston. thank you
Recommend me some good music with pirate vibes
Underrated psych-pop albums?
That's a great album anon.
What did you think of ScHoolboy Q's new album?
>tfw my grandpa died and have a swirl of emotions hitting me
Music for this feel?
The objective "Someone close to me just died" album.
Post last 5 RYM ratings.
Rate rec guess be rude etc.
Shankar - Who's to Know
arachnoid a shit tho
your mom's favorite dj is best koala
(according to my mom)
This would make a great concept album
This was hip hop's answer to bjork
is it a sign of autism that I listen to a really narrow pool of music? It totally alienates me how people in a club will be able to sing along to the same songs like it's some sort of collective consciousness. It's like I'm always missing the memo and end up just kind of awkwardly pretending I don't live under a rock. Do people still listen to the radio? How do they keep up with music? Is it kind of tragic or middle-of-the-road how I'm mostly content to just listen to Beatles or Fleetwood Mac or Boards of Canada or Steve Reich?
dont worry about what the dumb masses listen to man, listen to what tickles your own ears. Part of the reason people listen to mainstream garbage is for that exact reason, they're afraid of feeling alienated. But alienation is just what happens when you're true to yourself these days, so don't worry about.
Post charts, lists or critique one another on our shitty tastes
>tpab top 4
but props on the marvin gaye
heres a chart i made a while ago
damn that new avalanches album must've made one hell of an impression on ya to have climbed up so fast
You got lots of cool stuff there btw, digging The Roots, Faust, AMT and a bunch of others. Check out l'enfant assassin des mouches by Jean-Claude Vannier and Condor by Rovo
In 2285, the northeastern region of the United States has turned into a dystopia ruled by the oppressive Great Northern Empire of the Americas. The only resemblance to entertainment that exists is the electronic noise of the Noise Machines (NOMACs). The empire is ruled by Emperor Nafaryus, Empress Arabelle, Crown Prince Daryus, and Princess Faythe. In a distant village called Ravenskill, a man named Gabriel possesses the natural ability to make music and sing ("The Gift of Music")
what does /mu/ think of Mary Elizabeth Winstead's "Got a Girl"?