>think I don't have pleb taste in music
>come to /mu/
>turns out I pretty pleb
Tell me /mu/, how do I become a true Patrician?
Besides watching Anthony Fantano and pretend to like Vaporwave I mean
pic related it's my Spotify
listen to this and you will instantly become patrician
Every morning I tape a recorder under the lid of a random trash can in the park I walk through every morning to get to work, at the end of the day I untape it and listen to it after mixing Gregorian chants into it (very low but still noticeably audible), and after listening I delete it so I could never have that experience again.
/jp/ please; even a pleb like me know's that shit is garbage
Taste in music is objectively subjective, so enjoy whatever the fuck you want. You get to decide what's patrician. If you want to discover more music, check out the /mu/core chart and start listening to albums. Explore genres. Explore record labels, and have fun.
Pro Tip: Some of my favorite music has taken me a few listens to really get into. So if you're not especially digging an album on the first listen through, if you feel like it later give it another try, you may like it.
The most patrician thing you can do is listen to the music you like while still trying to challenge yourself with new music. If you do that, you'll be fine. Use last.fm and RYM, check out the record labels that put out the stuff of some of your favorite bands, and you'll be good. I'd suggest starting with Rough Trade, and Gravity Records, they have some really great shit on that label, including some classics.
>Taste in music is objectively subjective, so enjoy whatever the fuck you want. You get to decide what's patrician
Listen to whatever you want, plain and simple, whatever sounds nice to you. Use this chart >>61845132 to find new albums. Sign up for allmusic and rate albums you've listened to. It's better than RYM and Lastfm IMO, since it's way smoother and simpler to use, the recommendation page is way better, and it has no ego-features to distract you (charts/graphs in Lastfm, Rating curves in RYM), it's just about finding new albums