Does the cover art reflect your general mood to the music?
Does it influence how you listen to the music?
Or does it simply annoy or not benefit you when the music does not match the cover art at all?
… And when does the cover become more important than the music itself?
Hey all! I decided to introduce a new segment into my daily uploads on here, deeming it a title of “Let’s Talk” where we well, talk. About? I’ve not idea. Whatever comes to my mind first, to be honest. But it’ll mostly all about music and its industry. This week, I figured we could start out with a very opinionated subject in the music world. Music and the importance of cover art.
Often, I sit there wondering with an album and its related cover art, how it reflects the feel and the sound of the album so flawlessly. Obviously, cover art in itself is meant to represent the music behind them, and regardless of the point of playing music in the first place, their involvement is not all that important, but surely some must point you in a general direction, right?
Let’s talk. Let me know if you have a fond passion of cover art to its reflective music …
or if you simply just like the pretty colours they picked.
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