Post what your listening to tonight
I'm finishing this... paid little to no attention to it tho
Finns of /mu/, is Pikku G the most hated artist in your country?
What's a good instrument to learn? Thinking violin, sax, trumpet, piano, or electric guitar but the problem is I'm too poorfag for a good piano or electric guitar.
You can get a decent upright off of craigslist for cheap or free if your lucky. Sometimes people don't know what to do with it so they just give it away.
You could also get a squire guitar for cheap.
Will this be the first instrument you learn how to play?
I dabbled a bit in viola, but that was many, many years ago and I've forgotten all of that I learned. This would probably be the first instrument I learn to play competently, so yes.
Electric guitars aren't terribly expensive, and you could always start learning on an acoustic which is an even cheaper investment. Sax would be pretty cool, and a little more unique since everyone and their mom plays guitar.
I'll start with a random one:
Piper at the Gates of Dawn and the Wall are the best Pink Floyd albums.
Both are 6/10.
What exactly is Vaporwave?
Guys, what's the music version of this? I'm desperate to find out. Also I guess we can make this one of those threads. Post a film, get the album that fits it.
Probably Agaetis Byrjun by Sigur Ros.
How about pic related?
Does /mu/ like Rivers Cuomo?
>Not knowing what good music means...
Interesting. I thought that japanese would enjoy old progressive rock morethan anybody.
Worst album of 2016?
What is /mu/'s opinion of death grips?
Their music is much deeper than a new listener would imagine. One of the best bands I've ever heard.
"Very shallow listening" is referencing the fans that don't explore the lyrics/ideas within their music.
>people who think any vocal effect is autotune
Shit you listen to with bong in hand
obligatory, but some cliches are cliches for a good fucking reason