/mu/ - This thread is to share and discuss non-conventional music. Music that most people wouldn't call musicHere's a few discussion points to start conversation:>1. How about we start by discussing what is music in the first place? Imo it's sound. Like, li


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This thread is to share and discuss non-conventional music. Music that most people wouldn't call music
Here's a few discussion points to start conversation:
>1. How about we start by discussing what is music in the first place?
Imo it's sound. Like, literally any sound is music. Even audiobooks
>2. Does "non"-music have any value?
Yes, because in my opinion it "expands our horizons" on what music can be. I think having preconceived notions of what music has to be is a very awful and limiting thing, and having these subjectively bizarre takes on it might help pushing away these walls that would otherwise weight on less "weird" musicians
>3. Do you listen to it? If so, how is it different from listening to more typical music?
I sometimes listen to noise, to drown out other sounds I don't like, otherwise I rarely listen to this type of music more than once. But sometimes I might feel like listening to something weird, to experience something new

Here's some stuff I'm aware of:
Noise, the obvious
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-gzBqayDmJ8
The opposite
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JTEFKFiXSx4
free jazz
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0wgA9L5TN5M
avant-pop?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fVLGvFMzjIs


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