Stop Starting Bands



you don't have to listen to it, and most bands that "make it" are comprised of members who played in suck-ass bands for years before they figured it out. That being said I do kind of feel bad for the room-mates at our practice spot. The riffs have definitely been lackluster and I know they know it :(


Seriously. Every other person I seem to meet here lately is recently moved from San Fran that plays an instrument in their free time and tries to be friends with any band that will give them the time of day. The sad thing is that they don't see how boring discussing the same band, album, or performer that you like is. You're all not breaking new ground and like OP said, your bands (mostly) suck. Welcome to town though.


...and furthermore, if you ever attempt any endeavor and don't immediately achieve all the success you desire, give up immediately. Just quit. There's no sense in doing anything that you can't do perfectly on the first try. Especially if I don't like it.


2, let’s hear your latest record. Oh, you don’t know how to play? STFU.


Yeah because we want to encourage people to stop making music, that will definitely make the world better. Thankfully whoever wrote this is an old man yelling at a cloud. It will never happen. The only way to get the music from the bands that don't suck is to have millions of bands that do suck, just like everything else.


Yeah, you caught me #4, not a musician but in spite of that, if all you do is talk about music, you're still incredibly vapid and probably not intelligent enough to keep up in a real conversation. People use being a "musician" to fill gigantic voids in their personality and if you find yourself in a position where you have to take advantage of your "friend's" kindness to "tour" (couch surf), you're just a fucking loser that uses people. Like I said, welcome to town, your music probably sucks.


What amazes me is that people think they actually have hot takes about music that came out 20-30 years ago. No one gives a flying fuck what you think about Robert Smith. I think he's fat.


Ha! Your response made chuckle. You sound just like my 22 year old daughter (who, like you, mistakes her briefly thought out opinions as succinct social criticism). Funny when a grown man acts that way. Assuming you are grown?


And as fat and ugly as Robert Smith is, he’s still probably getting way more action than you.