I'll start this thread off with an essential mix by the legendary Erick Morillo from 1995. Enjoy, bleepers.
friends of mine have been recommending me some jungle but I want more. I've downloaded some compilations and all that jazz but what is some other good stuff?
thanks for the recs dude.
also, is deep house discussed in these threads? i haven't browsed /mu/ in a long time. and i recently really got into bleeps & bloops after being into guitar based genres for so long.
Going to post this one because I love it.
Beware of compilations promising to have this tune, by the way. It's often edited down to three or four minutes.
i don't really care for evian honestly
but the mssingno ep is something else man
what else needs to be said about it
not saying he's a genius or anything
but that ep is just good as hell
So I've been listening to a lot of burial, zomby, and Jamie xx and I really like it. What else should I check out? Looking for music similar to early dubstep/breakbeat that still sounds ominous.
New to this kind of music, can you recommend more like it? I'm really liking it.
Yagya is part of Thule Musik collective. The other members include THOR
PLASTIC aka. ZITRON, aka. YAGIA
CALL HIM MR. KID
DEN NARD HUSHER
Sorry about the caps I copy and pasted the names.
After thorough consideration I believe the exact amount would be summarised as all day erryday. I've even missed going to graduation today to listen to bleeps yo.
It's a little before this point where it starts to become a problem.
m8, lvl 23 wizard apprentice. That is all.
But yes during uni non-exam periods that is about accurate. Surely there's some last.fm thing that tells you the hours per day of shit you've listened to.
could you help me to buy CDJs ? I sold my old shitty Gemini controller, and wish to switch to CDs, but I did not know it would be so expansive. Well, Pioneers are too expensive for me, especially when I only have a ~500€ budget for 2 CDJs and a mixer.
I noticed Gemini and Numark sell cheap CDJs, but are they any good, and especially reliable? My Gemini FirstMix Pro (~50€, bought to see if DJing could be my thing) was okay, but it had lots of flaws, and the build was... really cheap.
if you're going to buy CDJs, then they cost fucking loads. and there's no point buying shitty ones like numark when you're going to want to upgrade at some point. 500 euros for a pair + mixer is just not happening bro, sorry
But is it viable if I only keep them for one or two years, the time I gather a better budget? I don't have anything to mix on anymore, and it would pain me to have to buy a digital controller again. I'd only use them to train myself, for the occasional mix at friends' parties, and the even more rare gig at a small bar.
>not appreciating his beauty
track is weak tho
For some reason I can only listen to about 15 seconds of that Blake before it just cuts out... but isn't it just this? It's been out for at least a year, if so.
i'm still kind of new to bleeps & bloops and always used to skim over these threads over the years. rly just looking for more people to talk to about bleeps other than a few peeps i know.
thanks for the link tho.
I just finished listening to fabric 76, which is terrible, but there is one good track.
Anything else this euphoric?
I spend about 5 hours a day looking for music and all that.
I spend at least 8 hours a day actually listening to music since I have my 120 GB Zune by my side.
I don't only search for bleep stuff tho. I search a shitload of genres. For instance, I got this compilation the other day. Gonna use one of the tracks in it as my close out track(I have many)
>mfw the new Dario Zenker EP
Nah but seriously it's pretty good. Glad TTT decided to do a digital release for this one.
Yeah I mean, it's not amazing, but a couple of these would definitely go off in the club.
And yeah I completely agree about that Anthony Naples release. More Problem is a massive tune, excited for that one.
Ellipsis is a banger but to be honest I always think the piano bit isn't quite prominent enough in the track. Still love it though.
Paul Woolford - Untitled, Luma - John Broadwood and even Capella - Helyom Halib definitely spring to mind as piano bangers though.
I have no idea who that is.
Oh and also the classic Bizarre Inc. - Playing With Knives (Quadrant mix) and Ejeca - Together.
And also Terrence Parker - Emancipation of My Soul.
And also Alison Limerick - Where Love Lies.
I think that's all I can think of for now....
>I have no idea who that is.
What are you some sort of not nerd? I (and probably Tensa) are dissappoint.
If you haven't heard it already, this mix is basically entirely uplifting piano anthems.
Not bad, you? That's cool. I must confess I still haven't started on your hardcore recs. I still have almost 2 months before I go back to uni though so I promise I'll get started by then. I think the problem is that music comes out faster than I can listen to it, so there's always other stuff in the backlog that I deem "more important".
>More important than Hardcore
I can't imagine what this could even be. Enjoy your time off before uni, I have work starting in 2 weeks, how the fuck has that happened. Graduation was today but I stay at home and listened to Juke all day and The Pillows all night, feels good man.
That Altern 8 mix is House/Techno/Breakbeat Hardcore. 2 CDs, only bangers, lot of nostalgia.
>ffs ninja just trip up
Pic related is the only thing I have ever learnt from 4chan.
>work in 2 weeks
Nervous? What will you be doing exactly? Misdiagnosing ill people and getting them killed or something? How come you didn't go to graduation?
Also "The Pillows" sounds distinctly non-bleeps, are you feeling ok?
Mix sounds good in that case, might have to check it out.
>work in 2 weeks
Funny, tomorrow is my last day at work. Got hired at this clinic to help out with miscellaneous non-medical tasks. P good, just cleaning all day listening to chunes.
m8 people are going to die. I am not even joking, someone is probably going to die because of something I am meant to do and didn't or did wrong or something. Start in Vascular Surgery, mostly paperwork and probably shitting myself if anyone on the ward has a rupture AAA (mortality rate of 90% man). Didn't want to graduation because it's such a massive waste of time and I didn't get the end of year photo, make a yearbook entry or go to grad ball so no point really.
Also The Pillows isn't bleep, it's [spoiler]J-Rock[/spoiler]. I watched FLCL the other day again and I thought it's been a while since I heard the OST so why not. It know holds the distinction of being one of only three non-bleeps/non Hip-hop artists in my library, along with The Misfits and Helloween.
That mix is cool, it has the track that The Prodigy - Warrior Dance sampled and it's pretty good (think that track sampled something else anyway but you know what I mean).
>m8 people are going to die. I am not even joking, someone is probably going to die because of something I am meant to do and didn't or did wrong or something
well fucking obviously, it's like you've never watched scrubs
Sounds scary man. So, you did medicine right? Which means doctor? As opposed to surgeon? Or what? I'm not really sure how it works. Fair enough about graduation.
>one of only three non-bleeps/non Hip-hop artists in my library
Whaaaaat. That's crazy man. Just checked and surprisingly only about 60% of my library is bleeps. I was expecting something more like 80. Probably cuz when I first got iTunes when I was about 11 I imported all my brother's pop-punk/ska-punk which I've never gotten round to deleting.
Scrubs is 100% accurate depiciton of medical life despite them often chatting total bullshit in technical terms.
Yeah in UK everyone graduates with Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of surgery, does two years of foundation training and then choose to specialise in surgery or medicine (or GP or psych or Obs and Gynae) and then you have to the professional exams for whatever shit you chose to get into. The dream of a banging private surgical list is a long way away still.
And yeah the non bleeps listening really dropped massively once GCSEs were over.
Aah I see. So you're gonna be a................................... Surgeon?
>And yeah the non bleeps listening really dropped massively once GCSEs were over.
same, i went through two years of listening to nothing but grime and drum n bass
only got back into other music when i came to /mu/
Yes. I have decided not to listen to any Surgeon until I become a surgeon. This is probably going to take about three years though, might give in before then.
>listening to nothing but grime and drum n bass
That's basically me now.
You'll surely give in.
Anyway, now sit back and enjoy my small but growing collection of producer costanza faces.
i think the new one is great. the B1 especially is the opposite of 'boring and empty' for me. i guess if you don't enjoy slower tempos i could see how their stuff might not be for you
low tepmos got nothing to do with tbh
I just don't see any engagement or weight in Kassem Mosse's music, all the Lowtec stuff I've heard feels cheap and by the numbers.
nothing's clicking with me, it all feels bland and forgettable
I guess what I'm looking for is intricacy and attention to subtle detail and some well crafted sounds, but I'm not feeling any of them here personally.
>I just don't see any engagement or weight in Kassem Mosse's music
you my friend have never heard workshop 08 A1 on a soundsystem. the bass is brutal, but the track is so euphoric, it just lulled everyone into a trance. one of my favourite ever memories of my nightlife tbh.
>nothing's clicking with me, it all feels bland and forgettable
>I guess what I'm looking for is intricacy and attention to subtle detail and some well crafted sounds
i think this must all be completely subjective then. when i listen to workshop records stuff i get the exact opposite vibes. i think the tunes are memorable, have a lot of subtlety and have a lot of thought put into them. i just sound like i'm licking their arse now but genuinely that is how i view these tunes.
basically mate i think it's just your brain
>Soundmurderer will never revive Rewind and officially bring back Jungle.
Feels bad man. These have now become my 'windows down stereo loud when driving around town' tunes:
They have replaced these:
That's all for now folks. Hope you enjoyed the collection. Goodnight.
I'll give 08 another go, but his album especially felt one of the flattest releases this year so far to me, no interesting dynamics going on either
but w/e I guess my brains more interested in stuff that focuses more on textures
I know that feel bru. RIP. Junglizts for life.
>his album especially felt one of the flattest releases this year so far to me, no interesting dynamics going on either
considering the sheer amount of people who absolutely adored that record i think youre genuinely either missing something or you simply dislike german deep house for whatever reason
i think kassem mosse's music focuses more on groove and atmosphere over texture, but tracks like this do have a lot of layered percussion and a really thick texture, certainly more than a lot of other house tunes anyway
why the fuck did it take me so long to check this