It's diverse of course, I don't hate it, but I keep finding that the top rated releases are always things which I can appreciate but don't actually enjoy. To be fair I haven't kept up to date so I have no real idea, but all I tend to see is indie rock and some form of electronic. Obviously you get the universally appreciated albums every now and then, but as far as hard rock/metal goes (which is what I listen to most) it's going downhill.
I'll check it out. Probably won't register though.
I've never actually been to Belgium, but it isn't too far from me. We can convince the others to come to the low country festivals. Your English is good to me. Glad to hear it was good for you. When I hear of an epiphany abroad, I imagine either meditation and healthy eating or hardcore partying.
Already spoke to Matt. You guys seem like you migrated here straight out of /mu/
Radiohead ofc are one of the greats. Pablo Honey... not even listened to it all the way through. Love everything after it though, I've taken most of their stuff out of my regular istening rotation because I abused the hell out of them a couple of years back. Find myself coming back to The Bends most often.
Yeah you guys are more hip than me. I stopped following current releases around about 2011 because I'm just not into what's hot at the moment.
same... i download 5 new albums for every one i listen to
MBDTF used to be my number1 for the longest time and will always be in my top 10, and Kid A was up there too (always preferred it to OK Computer, sorry) but my top change all the time. If I had to say right now I'd probably go for
Daft Punk - Discovery
At the Drive-In - Relationship of Command
Jeff Buckley - Grace