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>1000+ years of art music, centuries of traditional music,

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>1000+ years of art music, centuries of traditional music, 100+ years of jazz and improvised music, and over seven decades of erudite electronic music

Yet you spend most of your time listening to metal, hip hop,"experimental", and "indie"?

Please kill yourselves, all of you.
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>>55188646
good point

thanks for asking
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>over seven decades of serialist electronic music
No thanks.
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Yeah man let's all just focus on the past forever
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your music taste is dated.
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>>55188646
How old is sam?
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metal's pretty good though
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why is that woman being attacked by a beaver
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>>55188646
>art music
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>>55188747
23, he's 5'8
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>>55188747
He's 23 years old and 5'8"
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>>55188782
>>55188788
looks like 30
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>>55188782
>>55188788
who is sam hyde?
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when is new stuff coming out?
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>>55188661
>>55188713
Yeah, man your music is shit, gotta get back to that Tyler the Creator album :^)
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>>55188813
Nobody ever mentioned his last name, Charles.
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>>55188831
who is charles xavier?
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>>55188751
No it isn't you fucking plebian
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>>55188867
nope im listening to some right now and it's definitely good music
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>>55188713
>all music is serialism
lol
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>>55188889
trust me it's not
take the cd out of your mini hifi and put some bach instead
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>>55188926
why would i put them bach after taking them out?
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>>55188964
are you trying to meme on me?
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>>55188926
idk man, I think they're both pretty good
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>>55188926
Listening to art music that's recorded
Who's the pleb now
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>>55189006
fucking burn
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>>>55188646
>tfw you could never take a funny pic like that because people wouldnt know you are joking around and kick your ass.
everyone gets to do shit I wouldnt get away with.
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>>55188908
when someone talk about "erudite electronic music" here, they obviously have stockhausen in my mind.

i like some of the ina-grm albums though, and i don't hate serialism per se. the serialist crowd, however, is way too prententious, and i have trouble appreciating their stuff because of that.
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>>55189119
>stockhausen
>still relevant, current, or even alive
they're talking about German minimal techno
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>>55188646
I listen to all of those except metal and rap.
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>>55189136
>over seven decades of erudite electronic music
>they're talking about German minimal techno
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Why is this "accuse people of listening to music they may or may not listen to based solely on /mu/'s general taste" still so prevalent?
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>>55188646
There is nothing like going to a live show of a living artist and experiencing the social elements of music. It is absolutely beautiful. Jazz is still around in exciting live formats, playing authentic and new music. Examples of this would be Kris Bowers, Christian Scott and Robert Glasper. Classical, not so much, at least not with newly written music.
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>>55188646
I agree with this. It'd be like someone spending most of their time reading books that came out in the last few years, and ignoring everything that stood the test of time. Check out /lit/ and you'll rarely ever see a book talked about that came out that year.

People on /my/ are just feeding on the current stream of trash, that are mostly rehashes of other shit, without seeing the bigger picture of music as an art.
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>>55189279
>>55189279
>>55189279
THIS

Well put.
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waah i'm a multi-instrumentalist and i listen to/play jazz classical and all that spergy shit. i also like metal hip hop "experimental" and "indie" get on my level pleb
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>>55189230
Because /mu/'s general taste is basically the flavor of the month hyped by p4k and fantano, and it's annoying. Other critics are rarely taken into account here (like The Wire, for example)
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Sometimes I forget people actually like metal and electronic; I feel bad for them
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>>55189382
>electronic

What is that?
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>>55189382
>tfw my b8 detector's broken
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>>55189382
>semicolon
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>>55189407
Techno, Eurobeat, dubstep, synth-heavy pop, etc
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>>55188646
>1000000+ years of ambient sounds in nature

Yet you spend most of your time listening to music?

Please kill yourself.
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>>55189462
Don't forget hip hop, industrial, musique concrete, ambient, electropop and dub.
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HAPPY BIRTHDAY SAM AKA THE MAN
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>>55189279
And what's funny is that the people that are obsessed with current books are girls that collect YA series. I guess that's the mu equivalent to books lel.

cmon /mu/
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wrong generation retards are the worst

only listening to FotM popular radio rock and rap

its like going on a chef website and only posting McDonalds and KFC
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>>55188926
Of all potential choices you go with Bach?
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>>55189513
Most of that's not recorded, though :^)
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>over seven decades of erudite electronic music
>average lifespan is barely 70 years

k
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>>55189513
Most music isn't either.
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>>55189513
>nature made a long ambient album

wow so did my dishwasher

fuck off retard
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>>55189590
It's the only one he knows.
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>>55189663
>the point
...
>your head
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>>55188646
[fedora intensifies]
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>>55189279
What a retarded comparison.
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>>55189784

>>55189784

>>55189784
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>>55189762
Epic meme, trend babby

>>55189778
Not at all
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>he doesn't listen to art metal

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qUXGD3qjX7M

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HH_cZE1ouuo
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>>55189860
>art metal
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>>55189860
>art
>metal
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>>55189000
>>55190000
wew lads
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>>55188646
>"experimental"
lol, are you stupid? how do you think art, tradinional and jazz evolved/started?
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>>55189860
>metal
>art
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>>55189279
but that's just /lit/ being retarded
Current litterature is more relevant than old, but given the ratio between old/new, >10% of post on /lit/ should be about current litterature
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>>55189378
>/mu/'s general taste is basically the flavor of the month hyped by p4k and fantano
except the flavor of the month stay for 4-8 months
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>>55188646
Good point, but everything that isn't new (~5 years old) is more or less irrelevant to this board
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>>55189279
Do you not understand how prevailing notions of popular media's relation to the canon works? Especially given the quasi-academic atmosphere of /lit/ versus /mu/'s. This does NOT necessitate that /mu/ is incapable of discussing erudite and canonical works though as evinced by any chart general, /noise/, /classical/, or general lurking.
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>>55188747
>>55188804
He was born 1985 so either 29 or 30. Sorry for being so serious guys.
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>>55188646
>centuries of traditional music
Traditional music passed down by oral record no doubt dates as far back as the stone age. Are you so modernist that you only look at traditional music in the past few centuries? You could be listening to recordings of neanderthal bone flute but instead you're listening to 1750s Scottish civil war albums.
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>>55191526
>Current litterature is more relevant than old
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lindy_Effect
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>>55192763
My point was: on average newer litterature i more relevant than older litterature.

If you had read my post you would have figured it out
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>>55192969
Also relevant=relevant for /lit/
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>>55193055
>Also relevant=relevant for /lit/
in 50 years will death grips be as relevant as Beethoven?
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