any dj's /mu/ likes?
They nearly brought psychedelia and prog back to the mainstream. Why did the media and journalists cock block them?
Calling IAF, when will Absolute Madness 4 be done?
If the rest of it is as good as this it's going to be the even better than AM1. This is fucking amazing work.
Thoughts on Berklee or just going to college for music? Does it expand creativity or does it force musicians into the box academia wants them to be in?
Nice loaded question from a person who doesn't know a single thing about colleges of music
Also Berklee will accept anyone if you cough up. Not saying there aren't talented people there but plenty aren't.
id recommend going to art school if you want to make creative music. berklee or some other music school if you want to have a music career-- ie a session musician, sound engineer, or want to make jingles or very commercial music.
How old were you when you realized NLDW was Death Grips best album?
This went pretty well yesterday.
Post a chart of 10 albums that represent your tastes best, not necessarily your top 10 of all time. Give and receive recs.
I would say my top 10 does represent my taste 
>Producer in a small town
>Produced countless albums for random bands
>Always replace live drum takes with samples in the final mix
>None of my clients ever notice
Does anyone else do this?
did that with a grind band
>drummer wants organic sound
>127 on everything
>he loved it
Whats some good math rock /mu/
What are your methods for finding obscure music / hidden gems / "patrician" music?
Also, what is the archive? How does it work?
you use that archive when you finna get summin summin my n i g you feel me bruv?
you gotta, ehem hem, type in that "*album name* *artist name* mega|mediafire|zippyshare" into that archive's search function
and to uh, be a real patrician my dude bro friend guy you gotta
*teleports behind you*
find it for yourself and find stuff that you enjoy
*notices bulge owo*
How many of the RYM Top100 have you listened to? Rate all the ones you have heard.
Post the best cover songs you know of ITT
>No More Runnin' - Animal Collective
I want to get involved in my local scene. I want to produce avant-garde music, be friends and form bonds with other local avant-garde musicians, and be cognizant of nearby events and trends, no matter how obscure. I want this for the present and the future.
However, the only instrument that I'm at present adept with is the clarinet. Though in that regard my talent is quite formidable, I'm not entirely convinced of the instrument's weight in the experimental scene, at least its weight at present.
What are some experimental applications of the common...
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Its a wind instrument so just look to all the avant greats like Zorn and Evan Parker and apply the dynamics they use to the clarinet. Braxton plays it occasionally as well and pushes it functions. Parker's electroacoustic ensemble uses them in interesting ways too. Git gud and people will want to play with you
Why does this album get hate, it's a well composed, ambitious album
Leave popkino to me
(Protip: You can't :'( )
The human "experience" is a collective of emotional experiences and events, with the emotions experienced in each event different to the individual, but usually follows a rough pattern of opposites.
For depression and isolation, Spiderland.
For nostalgia and joy, Long Season.
For bittersweet happiness, Since I Left You.
For cynicism and urban paranoia, TVU and Nico.
For existential fear and lack of identity, OK Computer.
For pure anger and loss of control, The Downward Spiral.
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