>this kills the progfag
ITT: overlooked/underrated albums that are fantastic
>called a modern legend
>his band is the meme version of The Gun Club and he is the meme version of Jeffrey Lee Pierce
What gives /mu/?
He's also a really shitty producer.
What did people on /mu/ think of Radiohead's A Moon Shaped Pool?
What's your AOTY 2012?
With special mention to
Crippled Black Phoenix - (Mankind) The Crafty Ape
Hanne Hukkelberg - Featherbrain
Julia Holter - Ekstasis
Motorpsycho - The Death Defying Unicorn
Pepe Deluxé - Queen Of The Wave
The Maccabees - Given To The Wild
The Residents - Triple Dub-Ya: The Way We Were Melbourne
Kanye West is a creative genius.
Prove me wrong.
So he obviously changed the game yet again with his release/updating methods for TLOP, but do you guys think this is a good thing?
It was nice to come back to the album several months later and find all of these new changes + an extra track but I think I'll get very fatigued of it if more popular musicians follow suit
ITT: Musicians that are LITERALLY you
What labels don't suck donkey ass for jazz reissues? Mostly interested in 60s. Thanks jazzfags.
So /mu/ doesn't give a shit how it's music is mastered, what it's mastered from, who did the mastering, who pressed the vinyl etc etc? I knew you guys were all fucking tasteless, clueless plebs but i didn't know it was this bad.
I'm not replying to my own post, you fucking neanderthal. I'm elaborating on my original question.
You're probably what, seventeen? Get out kid. Go watch cartoon girls and play with your wiener. You're way out of your league in this thread.
hello /mu/. I am thinking of doing some travelling around mainland europe, and i thought of a potentially fun activity whereby i hunt musical landmarks.
specifically places that are featured on album covers, but anything that holds some kind of musical significance is good
anyone have any examples of this? doesn't have to just be euro either, post anything interesting
Albums with no bad songs
Paul's solo shit and Wings shit is better than the Beatles ever were. This is a fact.
ITT: /mu/ tier film
Grow up guys. This shit matters. At the end of the day is a review of a music album really that much more important than dismantling rape culture? You really want to protect a rapist's name just so you can have an "unbiased" review?
I don't think people should lower their scores because of what happened but it's unethical to withhold the facts. People have a right to know where their music is coming from and in whose hands their money is going.