ITT: S I M P S O N W A V E
ITT: Looking for a certain kind of Jazz. I'm pretty dense to Jazz so I am not really able to give a real good, in-depth description, but it's a kind of up-beat Jazz, often with lots of instruments involved.
I know this is a n00by thing to post, but this is the only example I can think of.
>"The whole controversy is preposterous - these killings are obviously ironic."
How bad will it suck? Worse than last.fm?
/mu/ seriously hasn't changed since 2010. Still the same faggots listening to the same critically acclaimed 90s albums. Don't you guys ever want to listen to something besides Anco and death grips? its embarrassing.
Whats your favourite album from here?
what does she listen to, /mu/?
>band starts burning drugs, trying to get everyone high
>dont get money back
Be honest with me. Is she a he?
>Very manly voice
>Big tasty clit that looks like benis
This album worth listening to? I heard the song PDA while playing rock band 2 with some friends and liked what I heard so I was just asking you guys before I dove in
Ooo that hurts, go listen to animal collective or some other hipster shit dweeb
I really enjoy James Blake. Mount Kimbie, Ifan Dafydd and Thom York do it for me as well. Any recommendations of music in a similar vein?
how do i write the sickest rap lingo?
Why the fuck do people like this shit?
"The closest the 'art establishment' ever came to embracing metal was punk. The reason they embraced punk was because it was rubbish and the reason they embraced rubbish was because they could control it. They could say 'Oh yeah, we're punk so we can sneer at everybody. We can't play our fucking instruments, but that means we can make out that this whole thing is some enormous performance art. Half the kids that were in punk bands were laughing at the art establishment, going 'What a fucking bunch of tosspots. Thanks very much, give us the...
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>The year of our lord 20160 divided by 5 divided by 2
>Not listening to young thug