If it's any good, it takes you on a journey through your head that sometimes allows you to forget yourself.
Not sure, but I know what my music nightmare is.
That's not a music question.
Lightening Strikes by Lou Christie. Played it again and again aged six.
Too many to mention. A few off the top of my head. Stereolab. David Bowie. The Fall. Blanck Mass. Four Tet. Van Der Graaf Generator. Faith No More. Cigarettes after Sex. Frog Eyes. Magnetic Fields. Julianna Barwick. The Propellerheads. Cathal Coughlan. The Fatima Mansions. John Grant. Cabaret Voltaire. Sparks. Nick Cave. Anna Meredith. Phillip Glass. Colin Stetson. Mr Bungle. Cat Stevens. Jon Hopkins. The Divine Comedy. Suicide. Floatation Toy Warning. The Irrepressibles. John Martyn. Rush. Radiohead. Anna Von Hausswolf. Tindersticks. David Sylvian. Funkadelic. Talking Heads. Mogwai. Dan Deacon. Spencer Krug. Jane Weaver. Peter Hammill. Hawkwind. Goat. Autechre. P J Harvey. King Crimson. Russian Circles. Soap & Skin. Magazine. TV on the Radio. Captain Beefheart. Sparklehorse. Manic Street Preachers. The Pixies. Caribou. Julian Cope. Aphex Twin. Massive Attack.
Sound feels cooped up in your head until you let it out.
There is no message.
Everything is fine. It's a golden age.
Not sure yet. I probably shouldn't even be on it with all these real musicians.
Lack of time.
My local scene seems to be mainly cover or standards bands, so I'm probably missing out on what is actually happening.
A huge marketing budget, a media-friendly gimmick, or both.
I have no idea who you haven't heard of. I like Idles at the moment but you've heard of them. Also playing some old Kevin Ayres and Robert Wyatt. Though the new Regal Worm album is really good.