>Used to browse /mu daily
>stop for about a year
>threads about korn, linkin park, eminem and several bowie threads
Hello, fellow returner! Yes, /mu/ has changed. Personally, I think for the better. Less bullying elitism, but still a great variety of taste and genres on display. While there's more pop artists being discussed, the more patrician music is finally treated as legitimate music as well. By most people.
>not calling people plebs
elitism was good for the board you retard, it preserved quality. Now half the time you'll see hugbox bullshit here despite it being an ANONYMOUS board.
Hell, it's not uncommon for today's newfags to not know even the most basic shit from the 2012 essentials chart.
IIRC it was a little better late 2014/early 15, but once the DG autism died down it was like the board got hit by a fuckin plague. Reddit mentalities becane the norm.
really weird how the death of shitposting lead to worse shitposting