This is music for non-musicians.
The funny thing is that the tryhards on here will argue against this, in a desperate attempt to try to claim they have some intellectual high ground in appreciating this music. You see this all the time in OTC threads as people obsess over this band. They take it as an insult because the perception of a OTC listener as musically uneducated doesn't help their ego - even if it's entirely accurate.
The truth is, there's nothing dismissive in this statement or offensive. If you aren't musically educated - if you don't have a comprehensive knowledge of music theory, history, and/or a musical instrument - you will have a much more innocent, much more sonic appreciation of music independent of the ways that it works. And as a result, you will appreciate music that does less with theoretic mechanics and does more with just *sound.* It does mean you are uneducated, but if you're a genuine lover of music then you knew that already. Tame Impala is better anyway.
one 6-piece chicken mcnuggets
another one 6-piece chicken mcnuggets
no I don't want the 12-piece chicken mcnuggets
a mcchicken with no mayo
a mcchicken with mayo
a grilled chicken deluxe
a crispy chicken deluxe
actually can you make it two crispy chicken deluxes
i do. a couple mcdoubles (one without bun) post workout for cheap protein gainz.
sausage biscuit / coffee for breakfast a few times a month just because.
food poptimism, coming thruuuu
>sausage biscuit for breakfast
Okay plebs lemme work out for you exactly how to abuse your mcdonalds.
Is it breakfast time?
>Big Breakfast: Sausage Patty, English Muffin (Sliced, Buttered, Toasted), Hash Brown + Jam/Peanut Butter: $3.49
>make that shit into a sandwich
Is it not breakfast time?
>Two mcdoubles: $1.39 x 2 -> $2.78
>Hot mustard; slather that shit
There you go
Depends on the country.
Blacklisting is bad (but some kind of /r9k/ style filtering for artists would be kind of cool). I just wish people on /mu/ stopped giving attention to uninteresting bands.
Eh, it's alright, just another beatles-esque E6 pop album. The only interesting bits are the musique concrete/found noise parts but this sort of thing has already been done by psych rock/pop bands of the 60s
Ok we should all stop saying this. They had much more influences than the Beatles and specifically said they never tried to sound like The Beatles. You don't have to worship the band but at least get the facts straight, sweetie!
>PEOPLE should stop saying this
Anymore revisions I should do ?
Their influences extents to composers, filmmakers, BadFinger, and they said there were many others but they didn't name, read it in an interview. Wish they did name them and of course the Beach Boys are a given influence.
Teenagers think black foliage animation music is some kind of experimental emotional masterpiece when really it's just Neutral Milk Hotel 2 Faggotronic Boogaloo
I'm 28 years old, I'm probably older than the majority of people on /mu/. I've studied music theory in college for five years. I play more than five instruments including guitar and violin. I'm part if a rock duo and I perform monthly at various places. We've been working on an album since 2014. I think I know what I'm talking about.
To all you Black foliage animation music fags, how much music theory do you know? What instruments do you play? I'm guessing none.
tbphwy i'm a big fan of this up-and-coming pasta and i do think it has potential but i reckon OPs was better
i dunno if its a pasta already, i assume so, but if not somebody should get to work on that
Except that it's not even the same genre as NMH you troglodyte
>I'm 28 years old
>argumentum ad antiquitatem
Shit I got baited, still you're a faggot and should fuck off anyway
Not him, but
Frank Zappa - Freak Out
The Beatles - Sgt Pepper
Pierre Henry - Psyche Rock
Silver Apples - Silver Apples
Spoils Of War - The Spoils Of War
United States of America - United States of America
The Free Pop Electronic Concept - A New Exciting Experience
Their Pop Songs sound VERY Beatlesque. That's all, and I don't think anyone would deny that.
Friendsound, Spoils of War and White Noise for example
interesting, i've never heard of them being influenced by film makers, i'll give their interview a look, thanks
they're the most obvious influences
I took saxophone lessons for 8 years and 7 years of band class at school including coverage of music theory and how to do (fairly simple) jazz solos.
I love OTC and the album posted by OP is my favorite of theirs.
Then again, I don't think about music in regards to music theory when I listen to it ordinarily since I'm not an autist. I suggest you try the same OP. Some of the most interesting music can use the most basic music theory, or avoid using it altogether.
I play guitar, bass, piano and trumpet, and played in various jazz and punk bands from high school to university. I know a decent amount of music theory, at least enough to know you're a faggot.
yo what up in this thread senpai