rec, rate, do whatever you feel like doing really
I'm listening to Forever Young (song, not album) right now. Classic track desu.
>tfw I forgot to remove my [FUCCBOI] meme tag
Post your AOTY picks, charts, whatever for this year. Patricians preferred.
Thoughts on Waka Flocka Flame's music?
He changed the game for better or for worse. Definitely music you listen to for the energy, not for anything else, but his lyricism has gotten better (even though that isn't saying much).
New mix tape was dope. looking forward to flockaveli 2
What's better the bonus or standard edition?
What kind of music does he listen to?
Not often do bands successfully reach a creative peak as strong as these two bands did with 'The Moon and Antarctica' and 'Perfect From Now On'. Both albums utilize experimentation, but also stay true to the bands relative style crafted across previous albums. Musically, the bands used complex arrangements with a wide variety of instruments, and took full advantage of studio manipulation, a major step forward from previous "guitar/bass/drums" and "verse/chorus/verse" setups. Lyrically, the songwriting captures deep philosophical ideas...
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I certainly agree on PFNO and I hold that album in much higher regard than the rest of BTS' discog and 90s indie rock in general. It's pretty mindblowing.
I've never actually heard TM&A tho. I dig LCW but I found it a little overlong and unfocused at times.
1. Wouldn't It Be Nice
2. You Still Believe In Me
3. That's Not Me
4. Don't Talk
5. I'm Waiting For The Day
6. Sloop John B
7 Here Today
8. Pet Sounds
9. I Know There's An Answer
10 . God Only Knows
11. I Just Wasn't Made For These Times
12. Let's Go Away For Awhile
13. Caroline, No
Listen to the album in this tracklisting and tell me that isn't more cohesive, lyrically and sonically!
im fucking sick of blastbeat drumming
can someone reccomend me so black metal with some actually good drumming
Best albums to take public transit to
ITT: Post terrible album art
all album art is terrible. it reduces music to a commodity. flattens the complexity of emotion, spirit and power and formlessness of sound into a consumer object. its nothing more than branding or advertisement. it reduces profound artistic statements into commodity.
Post Depression / self harming core itt
Does Limp Dickshit still make music?
Hello friends, this is a thread for experimental music discussion. To clarify: Noise, drone, electroacoustic, free improvisation, futurism, indeterminacy, musique concrete, sound collage, and all that good stuff.
What have you been listening to? What have you been making? Movie and literature recommendations, concert experiences, gear, etc. are all welcome
>he thinks "Noise, drone, electroacoustic, free improvisation, futurism, indeterminacy, musique concrete, sound collage, and all that good stuff" still classifies as experimental music in 2016
>he's probably one of those RYM teenagers who wrote laughable and over-the-top gushing reviews of the equally laughable new Gerogerigegege album in an effort to show everyone how thoughtful and passionate he is about "experimental music"
delete this thread
>What have you been listening to?
Been listening to this.
Talk Talk are the obvious ones. Are their any others?