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Check out the latest album from the Musikians!!

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Post what you're listening to
Recommend new music to others
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A lot of AC/DC noobs listen to Back in Black and Highway to Hell and then decide to venture further into the Brian Johnson lead albums. This is only logical since they are newer and since he lead Back in Black which is by far their most popular album. The Bon Scott lead albums, however, tend to be a more enjoyable listen and more authentic. Instead of stopping at Highway to Hell, keep going backwards and listen to Let There Be Rock, Powerage, TNT, and Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap.


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Pretty cool stuff


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Enjoying this alot
quite dark though


Grieg - Piano Concerto

Probably my favorite piano concerto along with the Tchaikovsky


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How do you guys discover new music nowadays? Since LastFM went away it has been tedious for me…
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Here is the old school way. Still works pretty well for me



This looks like fun, going to try this out some day


I follow Youtube most of the time.


Spotify, Youtube, Facebook, and sometimes when I'm on Twitter I discover some cool stuff.

There are enough Facebook and Twitter pages that share all kinds of music, just like a few pages that shares the kind of music you're into, and you've got quite the stuff you can go through, the great thing is going through older posts, since you haven't seen any of their posts so far, every post is a new discovery to find something to your liking :)

The same can also be applied to YouTube channels that do a similiar thing, uploading music onto their channel that all fits in one general direction, be it dubstep, metal, drum 'n' bass, raggae, or whatever.

Spotify has that amazing recommended artists section that gives you (in many cases) about 20 similiar acts to the one you're searching similiar acts to. There's also the Discover Weekly playlist that throws a bunch of recommended artists based on what you have listened to in one playlist that gets changed every week to recommend a new set of artists/songs.

these are my usual methods and they haven't failed me so far.


searching the rbt archive for /mu/ sharethreads (so i don't have to actually read the godawful discussions)

also sometimes youtube channels or mega uploading blogspots

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Get them beats blowing and the rhymes flowing



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haven't listened to them since Demon Days, but I get the impression their new stuff isn't as good. Then again, there was a lot of backlash against Demon Days as well when it came out. Is this worth being hype for? (How) has their style/quality changed?

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>when the last chorus plays


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>working on the last chorus so that you will have this reaction when you finally hear it


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>when the last chorus of the pop song plays and the singer is singing on top of the melody


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>when this happens and the song surprises you with an after-chorus section


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>When you are working on a file and it is going well and you know it is going well because you keep listening to the file over and over again even when you arent working on it.

resurrecting old memes and spoiler text for this post

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Post songs with new jack swing beats

Vid related: Bobby Brown - My Prerogative




tfw basslines are not this funky anymore


>bobby brown - every little step


>bobby brown - humpin around


maybe i need to write a new jack swing piece

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Tapmusic thread? I noticed there's not really one in the catalog.


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Want to hear a joke?

The new Last.fm website. Look at all this missing artwork of new music.

Love that Sunny Day Real Estate album.


That's pretty bad. I've thought about making it so you can upload your own album art for black squares, but that sounds suuuper tedious.

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What dad rock should I be listening to? I am pretty familiar with The Beatles, AC/DC, and Pink Floyd.


I like Jefferson Airplane, The Byrds, Zappa, early Beefheart, Doors, Gong, Can, Tim Buckley, Velvet Underground and related acts (Lou Reed, John Cale), Jonathan Richman, 13th Floor Elevators, the Deep. I like folk acts like Dylan, Ochs, Donovan too but that's not so much classic rock I guess, but the same ballpark. Can't go wrong with some Creedence Clearwater Revival or Lynyrd Skynyrd or something along those lines either.


The Kinks
The Cure
The Who
Led Zeppelin

>bonus: dad punk

Dead Kennedys
Bad Religion
Black Flag
The Offspring


More in the vein of old school rock stuff, most of this is 70's stuff.

Blue Cheer
Bad Company
Jimi Hendrix
ZZ Top
Ted Nugent
Van Halen
Sammy Hagar
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Dire Straits is 10/10 dad rock.

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What's the instrument in this song that makes that rattly, resonant sound? It sounds like an electric piano or a harpsichord, but I'm not sure, it's probably something else entirely


That's an electric guitar with effects on it, haha. Sounds like it was run through a reverb -> chorus -> equalizer effect chain. Might be wrong, but that's what it sounds like to me. It probably sounds weird because the guitarist is sliding down with it. Very cool effect, I dig this song!


what do you mean sliding? I'd assume you mean.. you know, slides, but it doesn't sound like that to me- after all it's just playing a single chord most of the time. In any case, it's a very unique sound, I feel inspired to find out how to make it myself


Also yeaaaaa dude, that song is awesome. Stan Hubbs should be /music/core lol

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Got a cheap android tablet. What music apps do i need?


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Caustic looks pretty tight


aaaand bought


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>tfw you have been living the apple lie until a few days ago

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