Is there anything better than Pendulum?
Which is the bigger more varied genre?
PROTIP: Number of dumb subgenres doesn't count
the real question is:
Guitar music vs Computer music
Daily reminder to be nice to Grimes.
> album is called "Transformer"
> artist can't transform into a car
No, but his music did
My friend told me this was the greatest metal album ever...
how the fuck do people actually listen to this for enjoyment? surely I'm missing something, this is fucking shit, bros.
I am not even memeing when I say this is the greatest album of all time. 10/10, 5 stars, 100%. Every song is a masterpiece by Roger Waters. There are 0 flaws in this album.
thoughts? Favorite album by them? I've been trying to get into picrel lately, and i'm starting to appreciate it more and more. I also like IV, especially the drone opener.
I am interviewing Wayne Coyne soon. What should I ask him?
Redpill me on Genesis P-Orridge, Cosey and Throbbing Gristle in general. How fucked up were they? I'm pretty interested in them, but wanna know the seedy details.
should i go see brian wilson today?
i mean i love pet sounds but he's gotten very old and his singing is just not there anymore.. (in fact al jardine's son sings all the high parts)
london gig finally announced and it's all s e a t e d fuck this shit
>also how are you enjoying elseq lol?
haha damn it's an awkward vibe seeing electronic acts seated, saw Andy Stott and Lakker play a few months ago at a seated gig, good music obviously but seated really loses something from the show
yeah I don't see the appeal. like it's one thing if it's drone/ambient etc but ae's live show is groovy abstracted hip-hop and techno for the most part. I can't sit still with that shit
also that new lakker is ace btw
All memes aside, this is a great album.
Toledo went from bedroom pop to a highlight of indie rock with this album.
Its alright. As a huge Car Seat Headrest fan I don't particularly like the direction he's going. Nervous Young Man, How To Leave Town and Twin Fantasy were all way less generic indie rock'ish and way less direct lyrically. I prefer that I guess.
I watched the show where this song was the intro. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ShbWaW3c-AQ
Can't stop listening to it, it's like I'm 15 again and P!ATD was still good and put a music-baby in some weird punk-folk Jap.
All the other J-rock I've listened to have been off of popular animes.
What are some bands I should look up, and on what website? Seems like youtube might not be the best platform to work from.
There's a better version of the first part of this intro sung by Mariko Goto of Midori so I guess check out Midori in general. Since you liked Nakamura then I guess you'll like Midori. Also Mariko's previous band Usagi is pretty good. Another thing you should check out is this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qovS8CWlb5M
rate, rec, assume beliefs or something
rec something with femvox if you can, ty
I forgot to give you a rec in the earlier thread
You said you wanted pop with femvox maybe you'll like this
my covers are disappearing and damn i'm MAD
okay here you go
hi pop bud
What's your favorite solo, /mu/? Any instrument, guitar, drums, vocals, etc.
Starts at 4:55.