Devilish trips checked.
Anything by The Garden really
I feel like dean blunt lurks here sometimes :(
>not listening to this in an all white room melting into oblivion on downers of your choice
best Beach House album imo
/mu/ seems to not rate it highly for the most part. they think Thank Your Lucky Stars is much better and that Teen Dream is the best BH album overall
>not post hardcore
Also pic related
Lots of distortion and grunge attitude
If you like them you may also like:
can you be any more pretentious? Listen to avril 4th is all u need
superior sound, really great while high (let in the light my fav)
I was underwhelmed by Running Back as well, but I wouldn't say it's a bad album. Deserve had good songs from beginning to end, Running Back just took its time in too many spots and I think it suffered for it.
That Big Bite demo is very reminiscent of early Weed EPs, especially the last song.
Guess I'm the only one
Came here looking for good music. Found alot of shit music instead. But at least one person posted something good here.
Future funk/disco vibes <3
Is black metal /fa/?
people like to hate because he's gone to shit post-Trilogy, soullessly-aping MJ for the most part with only a hint of the dark, brooding work he did in those first three mixtapes
The rest are plebs, and this nigger >>10877698
is whats wrong with current fashion, fuck this cuck culture, but Yeezus is quite decent tbqh familia.
AWWWW YEAH CHIEF KEEF
emo with actually perdonal and honest vocals and not just aping from previous bands
xiu xiu is the ultimate /fa/ band
all those are good
im the same guy who posted this >>10883651
if you like james blake you may also like pic related. i think both are equally /fa/
well the cover is /fa/ and that's all that matters, right ?
Post hardcore is too often either boring noise rock ala big black or overdone modern stuff which might be fun like dance Gavin dance but isn't /fa/ for shit
Screamo like orchid, pg99 or off minor on the other hand....
And plz take this buttpunk outta here
Jay-Z - Reasonable Doubt (1996)