whats the most /fa/ album
your face is a rape scene
I've been trying to broaden my musical horizon with pre 80s stuff and move away from the genres I'm comfortable in and checking out how artists sample stuff in a non hip hop context.
have yall been following Sophie?
This track is pretty /fa/
Suddenly we all Doom/Dark jazz
Also Peter Fox.
Most grime, experimental hip hop, instrumental hip hop, trip hop, art pop, IDM and ambient probably?
Never really thought of most indie as /fa/.
>you will never be as /fa/ as manheim
>Einstein on the Beach
debate me fagits
be more pleb fag, bet you didnt even listen to the whole thing, let alone the whole opera
>i only listen to things because people tell me they are good
>i genuinely like philip glass and i also listen to free jazz
>nobody likes the incredibly popular and well known composer Philip Glass
>incredibly popular and well known among my pedantic friends
yeah whatever man i know who he is i listen to glassworks once and its okey but im not gonna go on the streets saying "yeah i like minimalism philip glass is the best"
albeit you might actually like that but that doesnt mean you are still pedantic
god its like /mu/ i bet you also like TMR
You plebs know you're not supposed to enjoy your music, right?
Tricky is p /fa/ I mean he even has a song called Black Coffee
brian was kinda /fa/ back in the day
those chinos are skinny af
he was wearing them on the summer days and summer nights album too
and that pea coat in pet sounds is /fa/
govt plates was eh
it has some good tracks (whatever i want, pillbox, anne bonny, this is violence, bootleg) but i dont think it has enough substance to compare to the rest of their discography
yeah over the last year, ever since I joined my uni's radio, I've been listening to more p4k stuff
a shame, not saying being sooper obscure makes me cool, but it definitely gave me more personalized tastes and stuff that I put forth an effort to listen to
now it's essentially spoonfed to me from blatantly biased sources
I don't even read p4k at all and their influence to my recent tastes are still obvious
a shame this also makes me sound like a try-hard hipster
I'm going to venture out and expand my tastes in IDM and experimental electronic again
if you asked me which was their best works, it would definitely be their first 2 albums
however Government Plates is pretty much my right up my ally in terms of tastes, which is why I loved it so much more than the other works
Cloud Nothings sounds like I would have listened to them in high school, but I still like them at my age.