Gimme some intense and hard hitting rock stuff. Stuff like Cloud Nothings, Fugazi, Shellac (specifically at action park), Metz, minor threat, in utero, etc. I like some good energetic/angry stuff
ITT post local talent, try to mainly keep this youtube videos, i feel visuals help you connect to the artist more
What's the best Smiths single?
what's a genre that you hated early on but something clicked and now you are into it?
what made you hate it?
how did that change?
Why do you buy vinyls?
what does /mu/ think of them
It sounds dated. It's a pop album with this super dense production for no reason and it makes the songs sound samey. It's too much of a departure from their EP which sounded like scrappy jangle pop, it may as well not even be the same band. One album in and they lost their identity because someone at the record company thought they should sound like Death Cab
But it's not bad at all
>CHILDREN, WAKE UP
AND THIS JUST FEELS LIKE SPINNIIIIIIIIIIIIIIING PLAAAAAATES
Post forgotten buzz bands pt.2
Don't know if it was Spin, Rolling Stone or NME but they were touting these guys as the 'next Nirvana', which pretty much doomed them.
Are the killers irrlvant now?
They started out so strong.
Mr.brightside was a monster, it was actually believable they would be something.
"If you don't like it, you (believe it or not) don't have to post in it" edition
Hi guys I'd like for us to try this again. I like noise, drone, electroacoustic, glitch, and other such genres and would like to discuss it with you all. But these threads tend to spiral out of control, so let's set some ground rules:
1. Don't post just to say how stupid this thread is. You're entitled to your opinion but you'll be saving yourself a lot of energy by keeping it to yourself. I apologize if we don't meet your sophisticated standards...
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>song ends by just fading out
> when the album fades out only to fade into the same thing at the beginning of the album
>song fades out only to fade back in after a long period of silence
Not huge on this song but it's got me on an Avalanches kick. What are some other plunderphonics artists/albums I should check out? Painfully new to the genre
ITT: Your personal album of the decade.
Freddie Gibbs arrested for raping a woman.
Stereogum comment section (aka nu-male central) already blaming racism.
>Pitchfork refuses to even include "Rape" in headline
you have to be shitting me