yo so I'm making a vaporwave porno and it's also going to contain some found footage elements with a loosely structured plot involving some steaming brainboys that begin to communicate with each other and form a platonic relationship. Can y'all rec me some music that would suit the aesthetic of this production?
>I'm making a vaporwave porno and it's also going to contain some found footage elements with a loosely structured plot involving some steaming brainboys that begin to communicate with each other and form a platonic relationship
can you please repeat that for me
lovelyz is a good purepop group, if you ask me they raised the bar for purepop concepts
that's just a name
post GOAT albums in as many genres as possible that aren't posted daily.
#MORE VARIETY, LESS HIVEMIND
You realize that basing your taste around things that are different than the norm is essentially what /mu/core is, right?
All you will end up doing if this is successful (which it won't be) is making another /mu/core.
Bands with perfect discographies?
I'll start! https://soundcloud.com/karolchesus
>electronic and folk
>hip hop beats
Midwest Pen Pals - Inside Jokes
>so goes my life, weekends at home
>long-distance friendships 'cause the close ones blow
ITT: we post (preferably classic/acclaimed) albums we still haven't listened to and others convince us to check them out
Don't listen to it, it's by far one of the most overrated pieces of shit albums ever, the first track is pretty but the rest are just mechanic and soulless proto punk songs made by junkies, I mean if you like music with no passion, you might like it.
/Mu/ is dying.
We have exhausted our meme supply. The old /mu/core is pretentious, obsolete, and depressing. In order to revive this board, we must refocus on the music whose influence has shaped our modern world. In order to accomplish this, I have taken the liberty of compiling a list of albums which, I believe, best represents music's transition from the late-60's into the modern day without the bloat of prior lists.
It's not enough that an album is good, it must either directly foreshadow an important direction in the music industry, or perfectly...
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What do your friends and family think about your taste in music?
ITT: albums that Objective 10/10. And if you don't agree. There either Reddit or underage.
itt: name an album everybody on /mu/ can agree is good