Zoomers btfo


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Zoomers btfo

  1. 1 week ago
    Anonymous

    God, Married with Children was such a drab, bleak show. It perfectly encapsulates the feeling of boomers becoming existential retards in the suburbia in the 80s and 90s

    • 1 week ago
      Anonymous

      It’s a top 5 sitcoms of all time homosexual

      • 1 week ago
        Anonymous

        >the log I scooped from the toilet last night was one of the top 5 best tasting pieces of shit I've ever eaten!

    • 1 week ago
      Anonymous

      we need to go back

  2. 1 week ago
    Anonymous

    I had a thought against zoomer music tonight, by that I mean rap-trap-reggaeton-singing by non singers who use autotune

    Rock comes from Blacks, but it got very influenced by European musical traditions very early on. In a lot of rock or pop songs you can see the structure from Opera arias, like those of Verdi, in which there is a climax with a high note (high C generally in opera), that structure was copied by a shit ton of rock and pop songs, from Journey (Don't Stop Believing) to Alice in Chains' Man in the Box, to your typical Celine Dion power ballad.

    That has disappeared completely in zoomer music, their music doesn't have exhilarating sang high notes anymore.

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    they are more departed from the western musical tradition than xxth century popular music

    • 1 week ago
      Anonymous

      It's called a "crescendo" and you're a fucking idiot who needs to listen to more music and stop pretending he knows what he's talking about

    • 1 week ago
      Anonymous

      it's called "death of melody" among other things and it's pretty obvious. just look how Max Martin and Shellback wrote a hit 20 years ago and what they're writing today, all flat.

  3. 1 week ago
    Anonymous

    millenials were the ones who ruined music though, let's just wait for more zoomer artists to appear to see if they rescue music or not

    • 1 week ago
      Anonymous

      zoomers are too worldly and connected to the temporal world instead of "the source" that leads to great artistic epiphany.
      Zoomer music is spiritually destitute and the chances of some groundbreaking zoomer artist popping up is very slim compared to past generations because they simply can't disconnect from the temporal world, so their music is made for the temporal world.

      • 1 week ago
        Anonymous

        Well said

      • 1 week ago
        Anonymous

        Insightful, but I would challenge the notion that zoomers aren't capable of transcendent notions that evolve into great art. Give them some time

  4. 1 week ago
    Anonymous

    so you're old and lost interest in discovering anything new somewhere along the way. not sure whether you're bragging or complaining.

    • 1 week ago
      Anonymous

      name one good band or singer thats popular right now, i dare ya

      • 1 week ago
        Anonymous

        >band or singer
        filtered

      • 1 week ago
        Anonymous

        >band or singer

      • 1 week ago
        Anonymous

        Inner wave

        >so you're old and lost interest in discovering anything new somewhere along the way. not sure whether you're bragging or complaining.
        this is giga cope
        i imagine you're some trendy broccoli zoomer that tried showing his dad an epicly ironic hyperpop fusion band with elements of nonbinary math rock and he told you to fuck off because he'd rather listen to aretha franklin sharting into a rusty phonograph

        Why not jusy listen to something new that isnt horrible? Something like inner wave and not 100gecs like u fggots like

      • 1 week ago
        Anonymous

        Fontaines D.C.

    • 1 week ago
      Anonymous

      >so you're old and lost interest in discovering anything new somewhere along the way. not sure whether you're bragging or complaining.
      this is giga cope
      i imagine you're some trendy broccoli zoomer that tried showing his dad an epicly ironic hyperpop fusion band with elements of nonbinary math rock and he told you to fuck off because he'd rather listen to aretha franklin sharting into a rusty phonograph

  5. 1 week ago
    Anonymous

    Rap isn't music

  6. 1 week ago
    Anonymous

    Your malding is the best endorsement.

  7. 1 week ago
    Anonymous

    interesting music is going away with zoomers, and no, it's not a "too loud for you granmpa" thing, nothing against them either, it's just that you can't fight back against technology and average human bean laziness and satisfaction with mediocrity.
    take a look at what happens with boxing, influencers (who barely know the sport) are blowing actual pro boxers out of the water when it comes to attention and cash flow, what matters is the face, not the sport.
    same thing is happening with music, why put the effort of making heartfelt and well-crafted music when you can just be a piece of shit and take advantage of social media addiction? save for a few bands, new music is all meaningless, it's trying to say things, it's just wallpaper shit that's trying its best to appease the algorithm.

    • 1 week ago
      Anonymous

      Who cares about what's popular? There's more new music than ever, in any subgenre you could think of. Production and musicianship have improved dramatically due to the internet.

      Anyone decrying muh Algorithm is too stupid to curate their own social feed.

      • 1 week ago
        Anonymous

        I used to think like you, and I'm not personally complaining about not having new stuff to listen to.

        >Production and musicianship have improved dramatically due to the internet.
        Those are mere details in what makes a band good. Actually, you're pointing out a problem with new acts, they're taking care of everything, including stuff that's not their job, like production. They should concentrate on being "artists" and how they make music, having a kickass process and attitude, etc. not that nerd shit, you pay people for that.

        >Who cares about what's popular?
        You should care because entry level bands are super important to the vitality of a genre. They elevate all the other bands with them and... that's what teenagers see first and maybe make them want to leave normie-land and get deeper into the music life.
        It must be really difficult for a young person nowadays to understand what subculture is, everything go through social media (which will keep you by design in mainstream territories).
        Wanna experience the grunge ethos? (as an exemple) Here's a video of Kurt smiling, here's a video of Dave telling a veteran story, here's a 30 second clip of a legendary concert. The bullshit just divert all the attention from what this is actually about.

        • 1 week ago
          Anonymous

          >Those are mere details in what makes a band good.
          Completely disagree. The best artists are obsessed with every little detail of their craft. Why would want to sell music if you didn't have an opinion on the mix? I don't care about your attitude or process if it isn't immediately accessible through the music.

          >entry level bands are super important to the vitality of a genre.
          Good point. Tbf, I'm only interested in electronic music which has a great culture and lots of promising young acts. Couldn't give a shit about bands which probably speaks to your argument.

          • 1 week ago
            Anonymous

            Care to share any of those promising young acts? Not asking to shit on them, actually want to listen.

        • 1 week ago
          Anonymous

          >everything go through social media (which will keep you by design in mainstream territories).
          Looks like you have zero understanding about modern social media. It's exactly opposite. It puts you into small echo chamber that gets you deeper and deeper into strange niche and gives you sense of community. (by the way, that's also why political debate got so extreme in last decade.)

  8. 1 week ago
    Anonymous

    >mfw having to interact with hundreds of shitbrained zoomers every day on my beloved music board

  9. 1 week ago
    Anonymous

    The band called inner wave makes really good indie rock and theire from todays time

    Never see anyone on LULZ mention them despite them getting millions of plays like seriously just play one of their albums from start to finish. One of their albums is like 30-40 mins long u can listen to it pretty fast.

  10. 1 week ago
    Anonymous

    the concept of 'bands' is almost completely obsolete in zoomer culture and that's a good thing

    • 1 week ago
      Anonymous

      whenever I see this sort of thread I have to assume it's people who are unaware of any modern music outside of rap and top 40 pop

      the idea of a band is just something you cling to as a shitty excuse for why you've never been able to create good music

      the idea of a band is just a great way to shift responsibility from yourself in all aspects

      never been in one?
      >if only i was in a band then my musical vision could come to light...
      been in tons of them?
      >well if only the other members weren't so trash we would get somewhere
      almost made it?
      >well if only our manager didn't fuck up and got us that one gig...
      reality
      >90% chance the highlight of your musical career will remain doing cover songs in dive bars for pocket change

      did the al bundy meme make you so upset you had to make four posts in a row

      • 1 week ago
        Anonymous

        nice try retard

  11. 1 week ago
    Anonymous

    whenever I see this sort of thread I have to assume it's people who are unaware of any modern music outside of rap and top 40 pop

  12. 1 week ago
    Anonymous

    the idea of a band is just something you cling to as a shitty excuse for why you've never been able to create good music

  13. 1 week ago
    Anonymous

    the idea of a band is just a great way to shift responsibility from yourself in all aspects

    never been in one?
    >if only i was in a band then my musical vision could come to light...
    been in tons of them?
    >well if only the other members weren't so trash we would get somewhere
    almost made it?
    >well if only our manager didn't fuck up and got us that one gig...
    reality
    >90% chance the highlight of your musical career will remain doing cover songs in dive bars for pocket change

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