>tfw actually like death grips from what I've heard of them but don't check out their albums because I don't want to be associated with underage memers who make anthony fantano puns and /mu/drones
No that's great OP.
I think they're shit weird but if you actually like them then that's good for you.
>if she hadn't died she would have been as big as Beyoncé is now
>Beyoncé wouldn't have been as big as she is now
How can I shift to the dimension where she's still alive?
Am i retarded or does some of David Bowie's song don't make sense or are gibberish?
The Bewlay Brothers is a good example.
itt: music that makes you feel badass
I'm going hiking with a grill on thursday and we're both going to be candyflipping. I'm trying to make a good playlist for it but most of the music I listen to is pretty aggressive (thanks /mu/) so I wondering if you guys had any good recs for chill/trippy music? Just as a general list off the top of my head, I'm going for stuff like:
>The Grateful Dead
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Merriweather really does work
Acoustic shit, I loved Prospect Hummer EP (I know, I like animal collective)
Religious music, like straight up shit church choirs would sing in Latin and stuff
Oneohtrix Point Never (Crome Country did it for me, but this sort of music also has the potential to be scary so be cautious)
Have some fall back easy music you both like, I just listened to Wu Tang Clan Aint Nothing Ta Fuck Wit for a while because I liked the song and it made me happy, the music doesnt have to be a constant experience
Classical (maybe minimalism)
Does Her Majesty have patrician taste?
new bandcamp thread. u know the drill. promote, share, rec, critique, etc
>Acoustic / Folk
Thank you friends
>melodic harsh noise
Will definitely be lurking
>god wants you to listen
i promise i am working on new stuff. for now, listen to this classic of semi-bad songs thanks i really do appreciate it
Rate in the order of which one you like to listen to most.
Just a little autistic insight about how I feel about them:
Richard & Autechre could switch places soon as I have listened to everything from Aphex Twin and I still have to find so much of Autechre and right now I am in that phase where everyday I listen to something new(for me) from Autechre and get blown away. Personally, there is no one better than o ther when it comes to these 4. it all depends on the mood or phase of life I am in. said that, Squarepusher is still the most hardest for me to get into compared to the other 3. Aphex will always be the most organic and most relatable to me. He was the one who got me into this kind of music and very much changed me as a person. Simply put, if I ever have to choose one track to listen to forever, it would be one of his tracks. Autechre is something that I have immense respect for because I am not able to comprehend what they do but they still sound amazing as fuck. It's almost like I still need to change as a person to be able to love them mre, and that's happened. BOC, oh god these guys can make me cry. Nostalgia, Nostalgia, Nostalgia of course. BOC is like my little innocent child that I feel the need to protect all the time and keep close to me to stay sane. Squarepusher is the most fun of them all. I can't say much about him because I still haven't actually gotten into him yet but yeah he is very very fun to listen to.
Not in order of skill but who I enjoy the most disclaimer: I am nu
Had the privilege to see 1 and 3 during the last tours. Both were 2 of the most amazing concert experiences I've had. Squarepusher is also a big influence on my electro tracks
oh you luck man. haven't seen anyone live yet. Can you recommend me your favorite album by Squarepusher? I am gonna give more time listening to Squarepusher once I am done with Autechre. I need a start with this guy though.
I think my liking of squarepusher stems from his jazz bass/organic background and how he melds it into some of his tracks. Also I have roots in Baltimore and his footwork tracks would blow ppl's minds down there. I haven't been able to get a good grasp on boards yet. MHTRTC was a little too laid back for me. I liked geo more but it wasn't the aha moment I was looking for
my bike got stolen tonight
I really like that bike, first one I bought with my money, first one I actually got to enjoy and take on joyrides
whoever took it didn't even have the decency to take it from me by force
they just silently cut the chain and took it when I wasn't looking
music for that feel /mu/
Hey guys, i'm going to be doing a 3 day road trip to BC from Ontario and I need ideas for a playlist. I like rap similar to Kanye West and I like alternative music similar to Interpol and Broken Social Scene. Please help, because im at a loss. To be honest I took a big break from music recently and now I'm trying to remember what I like. Thanks
Vocaroo thread. get in here talented or not! Cover whatever you want, roll if you want, reroll if you want.
can I just say that I think Madvillainy is just a tad overrated? It's a lot of fun but it never really impressed me nor did much for the genre. Sorry.
Good choices otherwise. GZA and Clouddead are top tier.
Gimme a sec and I'll post my chart like these.
>listens to swans for the first time
>suddenly feel like eating pic related
>listens to muslimgauze for the first time
>suddenly feel like bombing pic related