TELL YOUR /MU/ CONFESSIONS AND SHARE WHAT MUSIC YOU LIKE THAT /MU/ WOULD SHIT ON
> music /mu/ would shit on.
Literally everything on my library, and would even call me avant-teen for the stuff they don't know.
Grow up, this board is full of bored contrarian 20-somethings that will shit on you on principle.
I didn't get into David Bowie's music until a month ago, but I don't want to talk about it now without sounding like some wowsuchlegend bandwagoner.
It's just my favorite band is of Montreal and people are suprised when I say I don't actively listen to his music. So I finally give him vs chance and motherfucker dies on me
OP here. I love music but never actually come to /mu/
I start a confessions thread like 2 times a year because it gives me the experience of /mu/ not being contrarians and it's a treat
I saw Black Star at a music store and didn't buy a copy
It was sold out when I came back
i really like hardcore edm stuff
gabber, breakcore, terror & speedcore, hardcore & happy hardcore etc
never see stuff like it disccussed except for venetian snares & the flashbulb every once in a while
Guess there's not much in my collection that's out of the ordinary or overly shit (although knowing /mu, there's plenty up their own arse.
But 2 tunes that you'd all probably think are shit are;
Marc almond & gene Pitney -somethings got a hold of my heart
Tatu - all the things she said
But to be honest I don't care if you think they're shit, I just enjoy both tunes
i like madonna's 'immaculate collection' and there's nothing you can do to stop me from enjoying it fuckers
I know everything /mu/core, got into a lot of obscure genres and have overall solid music knowledge
I have literally never listened to a Radiohead album. Ever. Can't even name a single song that's not Creep, Karma Police or National Anthem. I live a normal life and never feel the need to try them, but a piece of my mind is still bothered by this.
Personally for me, the first albums were the best ones, then they just went weird. Radiohead were best when playing guitars, not farting around with synths and other experimental stuff. (Pyramid song and everything in its right place are my 2 exceptions)
I love Swans but I absolutely do not enjoy Soundtracks minus a couple songs, also my favorite Swans song is on Soundtracks
Another thing, pic related is my favorite solo female artist and I fucking love this album. I've only seen it come up on this board a couple times and both times it got totally shat on.
Fuck forgot pic, mb af tbqh
Every couple months I come over to /mu/ in the hopes of finding some relaxed and decent discussion about music. But every time it's just threads about black metal and harsh white noise drone music, circlejerkings about K-pop, ITAOTS and some other shit, and people shitting on each other over the gear they post.
It's quite frustrating and I've come to think that /mu/ is among the worst blue boards that exist.
Nothing, it's just not my type of music and it seems to be the only thing getting a good discussion around here.
Also, black metal musicians stabbing each other in the head stresses me the fuck out
Literally one time that happened in the early 90's. But the genre really has a lot to offer and is often overlooked cause of "muh edginess" but there is really nice stuff that you should definitely even try checking out. Sunbather is a good way to start if you're not into extreme metal sub-genres, it's often described as "metal for people who aren't into metal". Don't get fooled though, it's a really great record.
it's on my top 10 for 2015. easily her strongest effort IMO, what didn't you like?
Octahedron is my absolute favourite Mars Volta record and one of my all time favourite albums. I massively prefer it to everything between itself and Deloused, though I do like the whole discography.