Best album you've blindly listened to because /mu/ suggested it
s/o to whoever posted this in that noise rock thread.
It kills me that I will never own this album on vinyl.
The only thing that makes it better is that I'm friends with Adam on FB and he told me that he's looking to release some material from his new band and start touring.
Do it then. I actually saw Laura Stevenson play in town and he was drumming in her band. I'm pretty sure the only reason he didn't like block me or something is because I offered to help book Me in Capris when they tour. But you never know, it probably won't be weird, I doubt someone like him gets hundreds of rando friend requests or something like that.
Not the best, but certainly unique
Now I think of it, /mu/ rarely let me down. Except bullshit like death grips or vaporware
It sounds like you've never had depression, though I'm not trying to assume anything. Pretty much the album has been letting me click into those feelings and recognize them better so that I can cope with them. It sounds pretty complicated, but it somehow works for me.
this is a masterpiece
thank whoever recommended it,
listened to it until 6 am the next morning thanks for the feels you bastards
do it man
the album is made for headphones; lots of stereo play and such
the way it's recorded doesn't really work out for speakers
the technical aspect of just got back is its only flaw, honestly- but in some ways it's part of its charm
It wasn't even recommended to me. Does anyone else find the best recs they get are aimed towards other people?
look up brave little abacus on lastfm their whole discography is linked in their description I think.
I used to rec this album a lot and I'm glad people like it.
pic related is an album I'm happy to have had rec'd to me
yeah what makes BLA so special is that they're the least generic emo band of them all, not twinkly or anything
the only thing emo about them is that they're fronted by a whiny teenager really
listen to it for more than 0 seconds and you'll see
Since I left you. It's my favorite /mu/ find to date
Knew I loved it as soon as the first song kicked in, I was grooving by myself in bed, and beaming the whole first song
One of those albums I wish I could hear for the first time again
thanks to the anon who introduced me to this some months ago - may your weekend be full of good stuff
>chillwave, nu disco, funktronica, exotica
First thing I ever saw on /mu/, the art drew me in. And ITAOTS, both I still love to this day.
I get a lot of my music from here, but I normally research it first.
Literally the first thing I listened to when I entered here. It made me realize there's good music out there. I used to just listen to the shitty radio stations, playing the same 8 songs over and over. Thanks /mu/. Right now I'm enjoying The Ape of Naples because of you guys.
Thank you /mu/ I owe you everything for this album
now he's one of my favorite artists ever, thank you guys
i almost never gave it a second chance. i'm glad i did because it took a really long time before it ever stopped getting better with each listen.
Actually this. I thought Kanye was a mainstream fag, but I really liked this album and it (along with RATM) made me interested in hip hop, which I dismissed previously as "not really music".
Honestly, I am grateful.
/mu/ was wrong. Also, right.
Amazing how you can go from "this is barely even acceptable" to "this is probably the greatest hip hop release in the past five years" in only a few listens. On the second or third listen you realize you like Bitch I'm Lugubrious then you go back and love Serious Shit and the second verse in Radiation and then you fall in love with the whole thing.
>tfw no qt chelsea wolfe to cuddle and listen to black metal with in the winter
why even live?
Still one of my all-time favorites
tindersticks - curtains
I'm mostly into metal and almost never listen to music like this, but i saw it in a sharethread one day and just dl'd without looking. very enjoyable
The amount of "It's Great" and "It's Shit" got me interested enough to decide for myself
And I love it
It has since become one of my absolute favorite albums. I snatched on a whim from a sharethread way back when, before I ever got properly into jazz - at that time I had only listened to a Dave Brubeck compilation and Miles Davis' Kind of Blue. What an amazing ride this album took me on. When the final notes of the Part II run out, I had to hold back tears because the music was so beautiful. Thank you, anonymous user who uploaded and shared this album. Thank you a lot.
I don't regret it at all
these were so terribly disappointing
Different guy, but I agree, he's really nice. I met him once at a garage show in NH. He doesn't strike me as the kind of person that would blatantly ignore fan requests to interact with him.
This is why i asked him to make a tiny version.
My favorite album of all time. I found it on /mu/ after asking for Cloud Rap albums with substance. It was all I ever looked for in music and more.
Pic related is the second best, Meme - Chitotetochi. Anybody who enjoys folk music on any level needs to listen to this.
this is pretty stellar. a good friend recommended it to me last month. this is the first ive seen it here
i didnt like it
sounds like spitting. fuck has he ever heard of a pop filter?
>not listening to your uncles old vinyl of this at the ripe age of 14
Really enjoyed this shit. Especially the somerspace canopy part. Canopy and buzzlightbeer were my 2 favorite songo of last year. Saw it in a bandcamp thread
Someone recommended this band to me a few months back, and they quickly went on to be my favourite of all time.
I'm never sure if people are serious when they post this.
It's pretty good.
As much shit as I'd like to give people who act like drones listening to only /mu/core there's a surprising number of solid albums that /mu/ recommends.
But it is good to branch out and listen to what you enjoy or figure out what it is you enjoy. That's how I use /mu/ recs anyways. Take a sample from some genre, explore a bit deeper if I like it. If I find more stuff I enjoy great, if not oh well.
This and i regret i havent heard it earlier