Give me something catchy to listen to, /mu/. I want a real earworm
Shut the fuck up about this toad oh my god I see it posted every fucking day like it's the godsend that amphibians need or something. IT'S NOT EVEN A FROG it's just a fucking rip-off that is tailor-made for people who don't know a thing about amphibians. Why don't you all just pin a fucking button to your douchebag sweaters letting everybody know that you're biologically ignorant and don't know anything about biology as a whole, let alone the kingdom that this animal SUPPOSEDLY...
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Albums that changed your life. If you can, write a sentence or more why. I'll start. Found this album on here and listening to it late at night with the lights off made me feel really fucking good and maybe me think about life differently.
idk how it changed my life yet, but I know it did somehow
Forreal this got me into Animal Collective and I'm fucking hooked. I literally have the MPP shirt
Are there any fellow Christians on /mu/?
What do you guys think of Coloring Book?
Also, I've been wanting to get into more religious based music after listening to Ultralight Beam because it makes me feel invigorated and makes me want to pursue a closer relationship with God and makes me want to become more prominent in my Church community. What are your favourite religious music?
>What do you guys think of Coloring Book?
just in general? I dunno, starting now. I heard him perform recently on some talk show and hated it.
>What are your favourite religious music?
I hate it
I hate the vaporwave aesthetics
its shitty lyrics
I wanted to like it
Itt: Post masterpieces
do they listen to artists besides prince, husker du and bob dylan?
Charles Andrew Bothwell (born December 13, 1981), better known by his stage name Astronautalis, is an American alternative hip hop artist currently based in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
I'm eating some 'go style 'za and listening to some New Wave
what are you guys listening to?
i like this too
>What is it with you boys and that word? I'm going to shave you bald, young man, until you learn that hair is not a right, it's a privilege.
>America: First you get the sugar, then you get the power, then you get the women
Third > Dummy > Portishead
Daydream Nation > Sister > EVOL > Bad Moon Rising > Washing Machine > Confusion Is Sex > Goo > Dirty > Murry Street > Experimental Jet Set, Trash And No Star > Sonic Nurse > Rather Ripped > The Eternal > NYC Ghosts & Flowers > A Thousand Leaves
June 6, 2006 was ten years ago.
Started listening to the Death Grips about three weeks ago. Fucking love 'em now.
Are there any more artists similar to the Death Grips?
Or, if you're a fan of the Death Grips, what other artists do you enjoy?
rank his albums anon. i'll start
What's your opinion on choir music? Classical music kind of fits into this category, but the stuff that sounds like it's in a cathedral, what do you think of it? See below for examples:
Personally I usually use it to relax when studying, but I wondered what your opinion on it might be. Only in Sleep(first link) brought me to tears.
You might get more love in classical as opposed to your own thread.
It's excellent, I believe choir composing forces the composer to focus on a very clear central message and to use very concise devices of delivery. You can't make something more clever and intriguing by adding/stacking different technical elements on one another.
Caveat: It's hard to enjoy choral music when you speak the language they're singing in once you realize how shit religious lyricism is.
Check out Thomas Tallis if you get a chance, great example of what I'm talking about.
I really like the backing choir in Björks Vespertine. Anyone know anything that sounds like that? Less cathedral and more ethereal and sensual.
The reverb of the cathedral and Latin lyrics, just take me back to Sunday school and being dragged to church.
About a week ago I went to my sister's choir recital, and while it wasn't that great, it reaffirmed to me how much I adore polyphonic vocals. I feel it's severely underused, and really only a handful of people have understood how to use the voice as an instrument (Brian Wilson being a notable example).
Pic is half related, it's psychedelic pop made entirely out of vocals.
post very highly rated albums you just didn't like at all
This is the best album of 2015. All other opinions are shit.