what is his trip on /mu/?
What did he mean by this?
This guy is not going to be a one hit wonder
Musicians that you pretend to hate on /mu/ but outside you love his/her music
>No new girl talk album in 6 years
Which albums to you deserve that title?
Has anyones else taste improved dramatically since they came to /mu/? I used to listen to a bunch of Psych Rock records i found in my Grandpas closet when he passed away but now i listen to Grimes and Radiohead.
Is /mu/ diverse enough?
no, the current /mu/core is all Japanese and frankly it's an insult
Post albums that were actually pretty good.
>buy this album for $1 at a thrift store during my "rewatching Drake & Josh ironically" phase
>it's fucking great
"Up Periscope", "Do What You Want" and the entirety of the Abbey Road-esque closing medley are the best songs on the album.
Is their any news on the new hex ep by death grips?
don't think so
there were a few new tracklists with features from spencer siem, bjork, and other people zach hill had collaborated with, but they all seemed pretty fake to me
anyways, i'm super hyped about it, more than the fairy was great
ITT: It's 6,000,000 B.C
UGGA BUGGA ROCK MUSIC GOOD
Heard a lot of different opinions on this band/album, but what does /mu/ think? Personally, I'm a huge fan
I've been a puppet-head since their first cassette tape. It took some getting used to when they went to a live band format, they had some misfires for sure. John Henry has some bright spots, but is kind of disappointing. They kind of made up for it with Factory Showroom and Mink Car, both of which struck more of a balance between rock and synth.
I think it's well worth your trouble to check out the rest of their back catalogue.
Their last two albums are a bit mixed, but they're over 25 years along now.
Is this list good "patrician" enough for you guys? Apparently got in most viral section on Imgur
oddly misdirected, gorillaz and radiohead doesnt really mean electronic music... also the whole thing is fucking annoying to navigate scrolling through images and the album is listed by a suggested track name....
this is I suppose an ok starting point for someone who is afraid of synths but would be really confusing. of the artists i do know a lot about in that list, these would be terrible/random starting points
Did she bring anything new to pop music?
It's an extremely difficult borderline impossible thing to do, to bring something "new" to pop. But Pure Heroine is a nice pop album and I'm looking forward to her predictable "dark" follow-up.
Now that the dust has settled, what's the verdict?