What have you listened to since last Wednesday, /mu/?
Share recs, discuss preferences, do whatever.
To acquire your chart:
what if it's a trillby
What are/were some of the worst periods/fads in music?
Always despised nu metal and similar shit. papa roach, korn, linkin park, staind, all that angry suburban shit that was popular somewhere around 2001-2004
Albums like this?
Jangly guitar pop please :)
more surf-rocky, guys from russia, voice fits the sound perfectly
classic jangle pop, classic album, you should know this
When it comes to blatant viral marketing and self-promotion on /mu/, which one is worse?
All jokes aside, what makes an album a 10/10 in your honest opinion?!
1.) I don't have to warm up to the album. I can listen to it once and it'll stick with me.
2.) It can't just be catchy. It has to make me feel a certain way and make me feel it intensely.
1) No filler
2) Replay value (links back to no filler) 10 years down the line
3) Good song structures
4) A narrative that has some conclusion
5) Songs that don't ramble on (links back to having a conclusion)
6) Evokes some sort of emotion
Do you feel 14 again? I sure do
what's your AOTY? How many albums have you listened to?
Mine is Blackstar, not even memeing
Post musician's gimmick and anons try to guess who it is
Saint Pablo was added as the last track (plus Sampha has a longer verse I think), and fade is different. Zippyshare of those two tracks pls? someone?.
IF YOU WANNA HANG OUT
Any love for AJJ?
Post GOAT basslines
Continuing from >>65666435
Here's some good stuff I didn't see last thread.
Brand New - "Sic Transit Gloria... Glory Fades"
Black Sabbath - "N.I.B."
Bloodhound Gang - "The Bad Touch"
Is Shoegaze a Japanese thing?
Favorite MC RIDE/DEATH GRIPS line?
Hi. So I need some help!!!
So I listen to all types of music yadda yadda
Since about 2010 I've been pretty into hardcore.
Hardcore is great and everything, but I've kind of lost touch with my punk roots.
Long story short I'm looking for punk bands that are:
Harder than joyce manor or rancid (not poppy or too 90's).
Not too hard (not hardcore).
Have decent production quality (not grindcore esque. I want to be able to feel the beat so-to-say.).
Have recognizable (understandable) vocals (the opposite of bands like "Gag").
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Don't know how hard you like it but this is my personal favourite