ITT - post your three favorite albums of all time and get recs based on them
Beach House - Myth
Frank Ocean - Channel Orange
Gold Panda - Lucky Shiner
Tyler, The Creator - Bastard
The Strokes - Is This It
Chance The Rapper - Acid Rap
In any order
Nujabes - Metaphorical Music
Phoenix - Wolfgang Amadeus Phoenix
Arctic Monkeys - Whatever People Say I Am, That's What I'm Not
In the Aeroplane Over the Sea - Neutral Milk Hotel
This Town Needs Guns - Animals
The Seatbelts - (every album)
I'm new at music.
Please leave i bet you skate, wear skinny jeans, supreme and say nigger a lot
Flying lotus, cosmogramma
The pharcyde, labcabincalifornia
Jamiroquai, return of the space cowboy
>having taste this good
Only thing I do on that list is say nigger a lot. I know my taste is shit but it's all stuff that i've gotten my friends into that in turn got them into music instead of top 40 hip hop shit
>not even his favourite albums
>just trying to fit in on /mu/
>afraid of being judged over the internet
Please stop and be honest you dont need to list a bunch of mucore garbage to fit in on this really cool underground image bored
I guarantee youve only listened to the majority of those once
Are you two retarded? How are any of those bands advant-teen?
Here are my current three favorites
The Cramps - Bad Music For Bad People
Nicholas Jaar - Space Is Only Noise
Gnod & White Hills - Drop Out
Interpol - Turn On the Bright Lights
American Football - American Football
Death Grips - NO LOVE DEEP WEB
Close to the Edge - Yes
Animals - Pink Floyd
No Love Deep Web - Death Grips
Blithe Field - Two Hearted
The Books - Lost and Safe
Kashiwa Daisuke - Program Music I
honorable mentions would probably be
Sean Mccann - Phylum Sigh
Takenobu - Exposition
Neutral Milk Hotel - On Avery Island
you deserve hate for C&C if anything. But try colors by between the buried and me
have you checked out Tortoise's discogrophy?
(yes, both of you)
also Slowdive - Pygmalion
I suppose you could say that. I can only listen to "fast" music if I'm in a really specific mood.
I've been really digging Giant Steps by Coltrane lately and I also really like some of the "chiller" hip hop like Shades of Blue and Cosmogramma
Pic related and Inner Mounting Flame. Pure fusion ecstasy.
Have you heard Blue Train? Its really upbeat. Dont know shit about jazz, but its entertaining, i prefer it over Giant Steps.
I guess the only sax I can recall is the last part of Low, so, idk, try it if you havent.
The Smashing Pumpkins - Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness
Dinosaur Jr. - You're Living All Over Me
Modest Mouse - The Lonesome Crowded West
I'll recommend tortoise's discography again (I think Slint's bassist was a member of tortoise not sure about that). and Slowdive - Pygmalion
queens of the stone age?
I really like TNT because of the jazz influences but that's just me. I think ST through TNT are the only worthwhile ones, don't bother checking out the rest. pygmalion is definitely great though.
QOTSA is great. just...rock.
It's hard to recommend you something because I don't know what else you have listened to. I'm guessing you'd like Kanye.
I'm new to music so don't judge too hard. I'm used to listening to top 40 pop songs.
ITAOTS- Neutral Milk Hotel
I also really like tame impala und death grips. Could anybody rec me some new music. I'm tired of listening to the same shit.
I like to recommend Frengers first because it was the first album the rest of the world could hear from them. The newer versions are mostly all better, well, Id say King Christian is better on the original, but thats all.
Seriously, you should start listening to them because the new album will come out next year.
You seem totally ready to dig into the New York No Wave scene!
Check Swans, Lydia Lunch, Mars, DNA, James Chance and the Contorsions, Teenage Jesus and The Jerks, Glenn Branca and early Sonic Youth!
I like a lot of older versions of their songs better than on Frengers, but Frengers is just fucking amazing either way.
I really like She Came Home for Christmas from A Triumph for Man.
My favorite Mew song out of all of them is Comforting Sounds though. It's such a good finisher.
i'll second that anons'.
Madlib (aka Madvillain)'s whole discography is really great. I recommend Shades of Blue and Madvillainy. You'll probably like Flying Lotus' discography too (Cosmogramma, Los Angeles)
try some Pink Floyd. You'd probably like Meddle.
Check out the Antlers' discography. You'd probably like OK Computer by Radiohead too.
check out Childish Gambino, Because the internet is up your alley. You might also like Kendrick Lamar's album Good Kid Maad City.
Lots of people on here like Clipping and Dalek. Not sure what else in this vein.
But ultimately you should be listening to everything on the /mu/ essentials chart. Lots of people shit on it but it is a great place to start from developing your taste. A lot of it is probably challenging if you've never listened to anything but top 40 (Soundtracks for the Blind comes to mind) but you'll find a ton of stuff and listen to everything eventually.
this guys is trolling. a lot of that is a little heavy for you atm.
From spiderland you can check out all of the really great post rock that's out there. Tortoise is awesome, and I've been digging Pygmalion by Slowdive lately so I'll recommend that to you. Also you might like Kill for Love by the Chromatics.
no, I had to google that. why would I be on a smashing pumpkins fansite?
36 Chambers guy here. I haven't heard Made In The Dark, worth looking into?
Also, I remember hearing some Bloc Party way back when and liking it, although I only really remember Hunting For Witches and The Prayer. They got any albums worth checking out?
>From spiderland you can check out all of the really great post rock that's out there. Tortoise is awesome, and I've been digging Pygmalion by Slowdive lately so I'll recommend that to you. Also you might like Kill for Love by the Chromatics
i love tortoise, thanks nucca
Have you listened to Deerhunter? That and the guitarist's side project Lotus Plaza would seem up your alley. I'm assuming you've already gone through the antlers' discography.
Their second and third album are mostly electronic stuff, Id say Intimacy is as good as Silent Alarm. Didnt like AWITC, it had nice singles, but Intimacy is more... Ehm, more emotional.
And Made In the Dark is a bit post-punky Hot Chip while In Our Heads sounds like old disco! Id recommend both if you can, but not that necessary.
hehehehe ACDC... You gotta get rid of that if you don't want us to kill you.
If you're looking for decent garage rock bands like QOTSA, check out early White Stripes, The Strokes, The Stooges, Death From Above 1979 and Jay Reatard
If you want some good West Coast hip hop like Cypress Hill, I could only give you the typical. Kendrick, Mad Libs, and Quasimoto.
I'd also recommend Radiohead, cause every new guy has to go through their "Radiohead is the greatest band ever phase".
Suzanne Vega - Days of Open Hand
David Bowie - Diamond Dogs
Wham - Make it Big
sorry for shit taste
Cause like dude look at all these people posting bands that literally no one has heard of like I'm gonna say I listen to the most know shit but that's cause I listen to good music like Metal and Punk
Daniel Johnston - Don't Be Scared
Beck - The Information
The Microphones - Mount Eerie
I have difficulty evaluating favorites from an all-time perspective, so instead have 'for this week' instead.
Stereolab - Dots and Loops
Sweet Trip - Velocity Design Comfort
Neurosis - Souls at Zero
>making fun of other people's taste
>post something just as bad if not worse
Oh! Inverted World - The Shins
Fashion Nugget - Cake
All Hail Bright Futures - And So I Watch You From Afar
oh I love dots and loops. Lots of "easy listening" music kind of sounds like that album, except that one has a little twist. I'm not sure if you've listened to TNT by Tortoise but that might be something you like due to the jazz influences. but honestly, I haven't heard much else like that album
>you sound like from third world
I really don't know what to say. I'm not even being that rude compared to most of the people on this webzone. I'm honestly asking why you think that
Runaway by LP and Pattern Against User by ATDI. Just the first two that came into my mind.
They could have been written by the same person the same day.
I'm not sure if I'm liking TNT, but it's quite nice.
If you like the female vocalist on Dots and Loops I've been listening to this album from Macedonia, Yammat - Plan B. It's on what.cd. I'd recommend it.
weird. why is linkin park so shitty compared to at the drive in?
They are both shitty bands for whiny and angsty teens. You guys think ATDI is better just because some music critics say that, but it isn't true at all. If you'd just try to listen to both of them with an open mind you'd realize how similar they are.
The Books - The Lemon of Pink
Joanna Newsom - Ys
Charles Mingus - The Black Saint and the Sinner Lady
I've essentially raped the canon. Listened to all of it, those are my top 3. Give me more obscure shit please.
Damn that is tough, I will have to narrow down my huge library
Pink Floyd-The Wall (Disc 2 is my favorite out of the two)
Moody Blues-In Search of the Lost Chord
Rolling Stones-Exiled on Main Street
I only know more obscure shit in the jazz canon, so why don't we go off of that?
Have you listened to Archie Shepp's Black Gipsy? That's kind of in the same vein as Mingus.
If you are looking for something a bit more fusion-ey you could try Agora - 2
You could also go for later Coltrane. I'm not sure if you've listened to Ascension, Interstellar Space, or even A Love Supreme.
Sun Ra also has a fairly extensive discography.
Well you could go through Pink Floyd's discography if you haven't already. I'll echo Trout Mask Replica. If you want something jazzier, you could head to Miles Davis - Bitches Brew if you haven't really headed down that path yet.
That's the opposite though. You guys are blinded by the music critic press
>"ATDI is so much better and deep and influencial than LP guise!"
>p4k said it so it must be true
Or by genre autism
>"b-but ATDI is le 2nd wave post-hardcore not le nu-metal"
Not realizing they sound exactly the same
I love Pink Floyd, so far I have Animals, Dark Side of the Moon, The Wall, and Wish You Were Here. I also have Amused to Death by solo Roger Waters
Do you recommend albums led by David Gilmore or Syd Barrett
Fishmans - Long Season
Titus Andronicus - The Monitor
Andrew Jackson Jihad - Can't Maintain
If you don't have it yet, I recommend Scary Monsters and Super Creeps by him. The song Teenage Wildlife is especially good.
I'd try out Yes, long songs, progressive rock, and a singer with a high voice. I'd start with their album Close to the Edge, 90215, or Fragile.
I love a lot of genres that are associated with rock, especially progressive rock. It's rare for me to listen to a album that I didn't like
There was this one time I got a Best of album for Soundgarden.. The only songs I liked on there was Spoonman and Black Hole Sun
I'm confused...why do you like it if you consider it worse? I guess I think that "better" is subjective and has to do with my personal taste.
Listen to Deerhunter guitarist's side project, Lotus Plaza. Also, I'll keep recommending Pygmalion because its awesome.
Tom Milsom - Alien Home
He is an indie pop bedroom musician, he sings and plays stuff, often electronic keyboards and guitars.
I guess you like the melodic CC, so thats it. I dunno what to say about Gloss Drop, dont know anything like it.
Chad Vangaalen - Shrink Dust
John Vanderslice - Dagger Beach
Busdriver - Fear of a Black Tangent
Deerhoof - Friend Opportunity
Grinderman - Grinderman
Neko Case - The Worse Things get, the harder I fight, the harder I fight, the more I love you.
michel chion - gloria
kind of basic taste but whatever
slowdive - souvlaki if you haven't and lush - gala
both are pretty entry-level but should get you somewhere
coil's side project, time machines
you might be into vashti bunyan + sibylle baier, try their discogs
what the fuck is with all the indie rock albums. i can't rec shit to you people and you won't rec shit to me. diversify your tastes before posting in this thread. also people posting without giving recs, fuck you.
You might like Cymbals Eat Guitars if you haven't heard them already. Their first album reminds me of Lonesome Crowded West. Maybe not the sound of it but the raw, overall tone.
God, what happened to Modest Mouse? They're still good but shit, they used to be amazing.
The Field Mice - Snowball
New Order - Substance
The Durutti Column - The Return of The Durutti Column
Madlib - Shades of Blue
Shed - Shedding the Past
The Wrens - The Meadowlands
Set Fire to Flames - Signs Reign Rebuilder
The Shadow Ring - Hold onto I.D.
Listener - Wooden Heart
Elliott Smith - XO
Rilo Kiley - The Execution of All Things
Raccoo-oo-oon - Behold Secret Kingdom
Unwound - Leaves Turn Inside You
The Nation of Ulysses - Plays Pretty for Baby
The Sound - From the Lion's Mouth
Pearls Before Swine - Balaklava
Los Campesinos! - Hold On Now, Youngster...
The Hold Steady - Boys and Girls in America
Ramleh - Hole in the Heart
Pelican - Australasia
Cabaret Voltaire - Mix-Up
nmesh - nu.wav hallucinations
clouddead s/t compilation
i like you let's be friends
girl talk - girl talk, bee mask - when we were eating unripe pears, basinski - melancholia
>If you don't have it yet, I recommend Scary Monsters and Super Creeps by him. The song Teenage Wildlife is especially good.
I've probably listened to all of his albums at least once already though.
>nothing to see here
If you like Godspeed you might like Do Make Say Think. They're easily my favorite instrumental band and they aren't super crescendo-y, which is good for me because that shit bores the he'll out of me after the first 5 mins.
Fenn O'Berg - The Return of Fenn O'Berg
Paul Simon - Graceland
Animal Collective - Merriweather Post Pavillion
Robert Glasper - Black Radio
Balam Acab - Wander/Wonder
r kelly - Love Letter
Sam Cooke - Night Beat
Yankee Hotel Foxtrot (doubt you haven't heard it but gotta recommend if you like big star third)
Yo La Tengo - Painful
Arthur Russell - Calling out of Context
this song: https://soundcloud.com/nonclassical/tangled-pipes-samoyed-bloom
Dorine Muraille - Mani
Lullatone - Plays Pajama Pop Pour Vous
Lullatone - Computer Recital
Lullatone - Little Songs about Raindrops
Aquarelle - August undone
See most of the albums I recommended the last guy
Arthur Russell - Calling out of Context
Sourpatch - Crushin'
Future Islands - In Evening Air
this song: http://kickball.bandcamp.com/track/orion