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lets get this going guys

>recently bought?
>favourite new tracks?
>outlook/dimensions hype
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>>49220125
I like how livity sound are doing another compilation for their remix releases.
Not all of those releases are particularly great in my eyes, but it really adds to their clear-cut aesthetic thing they have going on

Pic related, my favourite out of the remix 12"s
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I've been told to come here. What am I supposed to post without being bullied or memed?

I don't know shit about /mu/ tbh
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>>49220308
>techno
>house
>drum and bass/jungle
>dubstep
>uk garage
>grime
>uk bass
>juke/footwork

you get the idea. club music, basically. mainstream 'EDM' stuff is generally not allowed and hated on. IDM (BoC, autechre, aphex twin) is also not for these threads really
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>>49220308
Post and discuss about what you like and fucking don't care about the others?

http://youtu.be/2POeNitE8H4
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>>49220421
>>49220414
Are you fine with hard stuff ?

Your though on Hangars Liquides ?
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>>49220414
Not the guy you replied to, but what are some good bands to check out from these genres? Pretty much only "bleep" artists I've listened to are Skream and Daft Punk, and Burial if that counts.
thanks
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>>49220191
Most of the remixes are terrible...

>>49220308
/bleep/ is for music you would hear in "underground" clubs such as fabric, Berghain and Trouw, festivals such as Dimensions and Nuit Sonore, radio stations such as Rinse and Intergalactic FM, podcasts such as FACT magazine podcast and Solid Steel podcast or read about on sites such as Resident Advisor or xlr8r.

This music includes genres brought up by >>49220414

/bleep/ is a mosty yuro-centric general, as although much of this music originated in the US, it is now produced and consumed largely in Europe.
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>>49220453
yeah fine with it although not as many people here know anything about it or talk about it so don't expect much discussion
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>>49220453
Noisy techno such as
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cNVkTWZOVwM
is discussed, harder noise and really hard techno rarely.
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>>49220475
go away
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>>49220421
That was pretty cool. A bit busy for my tastes but I'll have to give it a few more listens.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4_uggscguzs

Thoughts?
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thoughts on this baby
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>>49220494
>>49220523
Fine, I guess I'll mainly discover things rather than posting stuff I know then
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>>49220475
If you liked skream, check out benga mala and kryptic minds.
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>>49220475

Anything from Hyperdub, DMZ, etc
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>>49220565
My nigga
>>49220475
Also the record label tempa
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>>49220546
not as good as his previous stuff as head high
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>>49220525
Wow, great contribution.
>>49220560
>>49220565
Thank you for helping me out, I appreciate it.
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http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLh71QyCLJlYhcprcWQRmwqMCDeI3cnYH0

Here's a little playlist I made from tunes I liked while lurking /Bleep/
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>>49220475
>bands
fuck
off
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>>49220475
>bands
haha

but yeah burial does count. if you like burial, try out this tune
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WFq5PnW0TXM
kind of similar vibe to burial in a way, but much more dancey.

if you like skream, check out the labels dmz and tempa for some classic dubstep
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s3iYamqasHs
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JtElB7CYv1s
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CtT0Alm4jC4
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wv2quD6NidA

as for daft punk, well they're a bit different... not really related to this kinda music
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can we post bleeps we produced ITT?

every fucking soundcloud thread are faggots making shitty "chillwave/noise/sampletronica", there's like a 1% bleeps and ofc nobody ever reviews them
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>>49220475
>Pretty much only "bleep" artists I've listened to are Skream and Daft Punk, and Burial if that counts.
Skream is /bleep/, although most consider his recent productions to be shit
Daft Punk is technically /bleep/ but never discussed as you will rarely hear it in a club
Burial is /bleep/, but again rarely discussed as you listen to it at home, or on le night bus
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>>49220593
love how ken ishii - extra is snuggled in among those tunes
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>>49220604
These are all good
check out /r/realdubs??tep inb4 >>/leddit/
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Thanks everyone for the suggestions, and my bad on calling them bands.
And also to the one guy I offended for asking for suggestion, no hard feelings ;^)
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could anyone give recommendations on how to get into Baltimore club?

popular example: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X0rrNcZp0CQ
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>>49220646
i do regularly
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>>49220623

>Daft Punk is technically /bleep/ but never discussed as you will rarely hear it in a club
>Daft Punk
>rarely in a club

u wot m8
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>>49220658
classic tune but i think ive only seen people talking about baltimore club music on here like once or twice. think mostly everyone is as clueless as you are
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>>49220609
Yeah, course, there's been some decent shit posted in these threads.
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>>49220675
lol which fucking nights have you gone to where someone played daft punk? i feel sorry for you
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>>49220475
listen to stuff from this labels
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>>49220656
shut the fuck up
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This track gives me some strong but very abstract feels and I can't put my finger on them. Somehow lots of emotion in this track considering how simple it is

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nmEyBNJ1zh8
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>>49220746
lol
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LTJ Bukem

Yes or no?
What should I listen?
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>>49220656
>>49220604
Also GOAT and my favorite dubstep track of all time
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zpV7radKuwo
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>>49220720

any club that isn't Berghain tier does play Daft Punk

The vast majority of clubs aren't run by purists and have a record label. they're money laundering places made to sell booze and play whatever shit will attract females
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>>49220529
i heard this song in this mix:
https://soundcloud.com/thump/mixed-by-geode
its pretty good, much love from jamal nigrumz
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>>49220815
yes

everything
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>>49220815
No.
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>>49220741

>Trance:

>Anjunabeats
>Armada

>no Platypus
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>>49220880
>>49220884
Welp.
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>>49220857
in my top 5 for sure. amazing tune, shame it was such a limited pressing or i'd definitely own it

>>49220866
yeah 'normal' clubs do, we're talking about /bleep/ clubs though surely? not like they're at all rare
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>>49220866
maybe student clubs yea, actual proper bleep clubs will never play daft punk
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>>49220685
damn thats disappointing
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>>49220919
don't be put off by that guy saying no, bukem is fantastic. a real innovator and even his new productions are great quality, 20 years on. if you like dnb/hardcore/jungle there's no reason you shouldn't be listening to bukem. good looking is also top 5 in GOAT 'breaks' labels
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>>49220741
>no dub section
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>>49220971
K, thanks.
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This thread always fucking dies
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>>49220925
>>49220947
I've hear tracks like Rollin' & Scratchin' in plenty of esteemed clubs (Rex Club, Insert), played by /bleep/ DJs (Pfister, Voiski)
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anyone heard this?
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>>49220866
>>49220925
>>49220947
>>49221408
Anything on Homework does get played, anything else is less likely.
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>>49221466
This.

+ a couple from HAA & some remixes.
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>>49220866
>The vast majority of clubs aren't run by purists and have a record label. they're money laundering places made to sell booze and play whatever shit will attract females
And those are the exact clubs we're not talkiing about.
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i havent followed the scene in a while, is dub techno still dead?
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>>49220414
i made >>49217990 and no one is fucking replying to me. i thought this was supposed to be the fucking music board obviously not. is trance okay in this thread or are u going to pick on me too?
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>>49221412
yes
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>>49221713
trance is fine mate people talk about it here quite a bit from what i've seen
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>>49221713
i think its mostly cus trance is fucking garbage
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>>49221713
most people who like trance and know a lot about it will 30+ year olds who went to clubs like gatecrasher

if you're referring to modern trance, then no one here will like it because it's not edgy enough
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>>49221892

but modern trance is shit

like literally, trance died in 2003-4. All the shit that came out of it (bigroom, trouse) can all be lumped under the one Shit Genre to Rule Them All: "EDM"
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>>49221796
FUCK OFF you friggin idiot dj tiesto is the most famous and highest payed dj of all time you cant even say that about any of your ignorant Chavmusic
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who /dj/ here?
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>>49222765
i've got decks and been doing it for about 4 years but i don't think i'd ever have the confidence or the personality to be able to play out in a club
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>>49222892
if pariah can do it you can do it

hes the most awkward shy motherfucker in electronic music

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZGvAE7YRW6c
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>>49222892
i thought the same about me. i just played in front of 100+ people last saturday. i was scared i would fuck shit up, like screwing up transitions or playing music that people would not like, but after the first two-three tracks were in i started to gain confidence. also, a cocktail helped very much
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>>49222961
hey, what if hes reading this. saying that probably isnt doing his self esteem any favours.


think before you post next time
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>>49220191
>not the pangaea one
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anyone going to the swamp81 night on sunday? i'm not really into them and have only listened zed bias and loefah from room 1, before this swamp81 stuff happened. room 2 looks like a pretty standard contact night, although faze miyake will be interesting

my mates always bang on about swamp81 shit though so it should be okay. will be rolling my face off anyway
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>>49223936
m8 Youngsta is in room 2, I;d go for that alone.

Assuming Chunky is the guy from Sunship, his set might be pretty cool.
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>>49220815
YES.
His first few releases on his own label, Good Looking Records.
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Feeling dat Surgeon dekmantel set with the modular setup. Guys out there are getting better and better at integrating those beasts into the arsenal.
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can I get some more music like these
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O2jj3YbgX_w
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8zePdxMIi3o
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lWYjC1IXL8k
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8oPpKp6D5IA&list=PLIeRRviu1HMmxxXJUGYwJC4wEpLBf_mAb
Progressive house I guess you could call it?
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>>49223365
but thats one of the reasons i love him so much
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>>49223936
swamp stuff is pretty good. most people have heard their tunes rinsed to death by their DJs so everyone's bored of them now. but if you're going to a swamp night for the first time you'll like it. expect stuff at house/techno tempo, very dark atmosphere and a lot of bass and drops like the hessle, livity stuff
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p9_0YTRFLYg
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tMD2gInoCNo
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WbN0Lfm_ByY
i cant be arsed with them anymore but it will be a fun night for you, defo. a lot of hipster girls like swamp 81, take that as a hint as to what the atmosphere will be like

>>49224169
its not him haha
hes the resident MC for swamp 81, but hes basically one of the faces of the manchester underground scene. he has connections with everyone. he does DJ sets as well but theyre nothing particularly special
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>>49225277
>its not him haha

Balls, I really like Sunship actually.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xd6cJLal2JM
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>>49225441
yeah i like sunship too

chunky is this guy, pic related

if you've ever heard someone chanting "show me your ugly mug" or "there's a party in croatia" and so on at a night/festival, thats chunky who wrote those bars
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>>49225518
>and so on at a night/festival
>implying I've heard anything at a night/festival

Yeah I've not heard of him, got any links of him MCing?
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>>49225580
he doesnt MC in the traditional way. he's more a 'host', getting everyone in a party mood and spitting his short little verses over lulls in the tracks being played by whoever hes with

hes in this
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uhhHIwHBtf4
a lot of other talent in that video, check it out
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>>49225671
Love this video. Strategy is sick, never thought he'd look like that without his marka makeup on

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-ydQ-qPD324
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>>49225671
I had a feeling he might have been in this, I've watched the first bit of this far too many times because asked me to ID a track near the beginning of the set and it frustrated me so much that I knew I had heard it but couldn't figure out what it was that I spent a day trying to remember. Got it in the end though. That whole bideo is pretty sick actually.
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>>49225752
t-man easily kills it the most tho
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>>49225671
That i luv u drop fuckkkk
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how has goldie's masterpiece mix not been uploaded yet

out for two days already
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>>49220741
fucking christ what an awful chart
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>>49226578
post a discogs favourite label list fuccboi
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tech house is good music

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sSPbUPCEgn8
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oNyNX3f3UK8
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A20lGTUfGlc
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PYcx7y-OyUY
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7FnFx1_xQWQ
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wR0AJVl5Kg4
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>>49226952
it's less the selection and more how it's organised

>that horrible, horrible fucking "hardcore" section containing no actual hardcore, only barely redeemed by ad noiseam
>"garage"..
>a trance section? seriously?
>house section is a complete piece of shit
>R&S in house
>no Rinse in the mixes section

i could go on. actually i take the first sentence back, the entire thing is terrible.
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>>49227654
yeah, it was posted about 2 years ago back when /mu/ would call night slugs uk garage and make future garage threads...
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>>49227654
That Garage section was actually devoid of any proper Garage until someone put Locked On in it.
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>>49220815
Logical progression, level 1 is the best thing he's ever put out
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>>49227983
>Logical progression, level 1 is the best thing
That's all you needed to say, it's still ture.
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bump

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OoOJAkh7TSE
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i said bump u fuckin melons

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XeEl0M7MQYk
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http://youtu.be/1070nXfww_0
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http://youtu.be/DQGk4uiY1_w
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http://youtu.be/Fzh6HwhORWY
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>>49230165
Not my kind of music, maybe people here will like it but I don't.
I tried to listen to your other songs but I just wasn't into it.
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>>49230314


kk thx
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>recently bought
Dorisburg - Sinai Hypnosis
Four Tet - Beautiful Rewind Remixes
Fort Romeau - Her Dream

>favourite new tracks

idk, this makes me dance in my chair:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BqGUyjfFuc8&index=3

>outlook/dimensions hype
dont care, wanna check out labyrinth in japan before i die though
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>>49220604
damn son this is some good stuff
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what did everyone think of the new LACR?
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>>49224697
could I get some recs friends
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Heard this in a mix today, had forgotten how good it is.

Dillinja - Hard Noize
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MGUoyksjgeo
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>>49230325

Mima is too good

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v195uwtH8PM
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rec me some sleazy ass, blunted out house choons. stuff like terekke, moiré, kassem mosse, huerco s, hazyville/splazsh era actress, etc.
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HAVE SHUFFLERS GONE TOO FAR?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FjgpA0khZnk
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>>49231317
Bouncy boobs !

But seriously, how can she expect to do that in a club?
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>>49231479
Yeah, no idea mate. Shuffling looks fucking retarded anyway.
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>>49231119

Roman Rauch, Love and Mercy, Kevin McPhee, Leon Vynehall, Kyle Hall
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Any funkot fans here
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Who else here went dekmantel? Best festival I've ever been
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>>49231949
>kevin mcphee and kyle hall
daaaamn definitely the type of sound i was looking for. the other ones were dope as well, just a little too polished/ straightforward for what i want. all good recs tho.
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>>49231062

this is fantastic
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>>49227654
>containing no actual hardcore, only barely redeemed by ad noiseam
I would consider most of the labels there hardcore but ad noiseam is by far the least hardcore-oriented label in that section
what's "actual hardcore" to you?
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ALRIGHT LADS
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I'm feeling this one.
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>>49232881
supreme just like everything else he's put out
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>>49233005
I've never even listened to his other stuff. Similar?
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>>49233123
sort of
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CcQWvb3BcX8
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s01gAcuai8k
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p_OWYtFuYn8
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T-ke-ROhUWE
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>>49233178
Yeah, I like it. Especially that first one. I love that kind of shit.
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>>49233333
good double
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Another good techno release from earlier this year.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mJoxJ61ThBE
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>>49232879
Nice studio
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>>49220658
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WlMIDRFSBRo
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Holy fuck /bleep/ the new Rustie album is so fucking bad. Wtf happened to him? Just trying to cash out?
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>>49221713

>is trance ok

Yea if it's pre-1996
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>>49233422

Can't decide what I like better, this or aurora. Leaning this
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>>49233422
KR is shit. Pan Sonic / Emptyset for idiots.


>>49236967
Oh fuck off.
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>mfw someone has a zomboy and skrillex tattoo in my music production class
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why isn't there more techno like analord 8?
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>>49237239

Take a picture and tweet it to Zomby saying someone has a tattoo of him
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going through all the early 90s house classics

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gxj2Hk9toG4
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>>49227654
hey fuck u trance is epic
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everything techno i go through sounds either too dark/industrial or too minimal.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PFufxtpL36k
where can i find more like this?
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>>49239356
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AUAtTY2Df1Y

u might enjoy the smooth detroit-esque techno flavours of ken ishii
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>trance is shit

only if ur ears are filled with ur bfs jizz u fuckin gaylords

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p8IVONhSEY0
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>>49230325
>don't care
lmao
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Anthony Naples - More Problem is TOTY
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C5GgCbvwnVE
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>>49239821
i never realised until i listened to the kick in this tune how much the track reminds me of head high

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9dhVXLUpY4s
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should I pay for di.fm

is there anything free that's comparable
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>DB1 | Nautil 1/3 A [Hidden Hawaii 2014]
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=se_JQV2mX2k

Looking for similar stuff
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>>49221466
>>49221561

>mfw I played this track live once and got asked what it was
>mfw the person's reaction when I told him it was a Daft Punk remix

I swear it's like people never listened to their shit before Discovery. Most people never make an effort to dig for music at all. Saddens me sometimes.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=opvopULDhVI
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>>49240330

wrong link:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2uKja4Ij75Y
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I don't want to shit up your nice thread even slightly, I just want to be pointed to the right genre or label or whatever. Just given some clarification because I've been dling a lot of shit and am totally out of my element

This is what I've been listening to for the last 30 hours:
Johan Algebjorn
PC Club
Recycle Culture
100% Silk releases
Saint Pepsi

I basically downloaded a lot of Vaporwave, but I get the impression Vaporwave is dead or at least dead-ish?

Again, sorry if I'm totally out of place here.
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>>49238631

Jesus Christ....its like everytime somebody on /bleep/ mentions 90s house classics its always strictly rhythm shit. you do realize there were other labels out there at the time, right?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9y2kxLE1LKg

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5qWXtlHuaZg
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Call me a pleb, but how do really into Pan Sonic? I got around 100 listens of them and still not sure whether I like it or not. The only album that clicked for me is Motorlab 3 with Barry Adamson.
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>>49240469
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c8j48f6r_2U
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-EkGZK2g2qo
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N5gmXlQVdRY

Don't really know what you're asking but here's some tings
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Does anyone know where i can buy The Trilogy Tapes label in digital?
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>>49240863
I don't think Pan Sonic would really belog in /bleep/ but A is my favorite of theirs if you haven't heard it
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>>49241020
who are you and why are you tripping
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>>49240818
thats because i just started going through it dipshit

starting from most popular and working downwards
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>>49231119
check that new bluntman deejay on all caps. and check the fuck out madteo if you haven't already, lowtec too, man owns workshop and all that. get through their catalog too
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>>49231119
and like opal and trilogy tapes' vinyl releases have quite a chunk of that gritty house, especially black opal releases from cloudface and patricia, naka naka one comig up too. anthony naples and tuff sherm/dro carey from ttt.

check out ital's lps on planet mu, man even sites lsd and acid as his influences
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>>49241545
...seven davis jr. and vester kozza might be up your alley too, receiving a lot hype recently:

http://youtu.be/PBAP5HT57FA
http://youtu.be/hrwv-EYV1Oo
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>>49241618
CUPP CAVE

http://youtu.be/a52sjivxcM4
http://youtu.be/sPQ__YGBSFg

ok won't spam anymore haha
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>>49231552
>>49231479
Looks pretty cool to me to be honest, I've never understood why people hate shufflers except for the fact that they're generally dark.

And there's normally lots of space on the edge of the dancefloor for them.
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>>49236874
He was always treading the line, now his recent influences (trap) have pushed him over the edge.
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZGNOFDNY39w
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http://www.forbes.com/pictures/eeel45eljkm/no-1-calvin-harris-66-million-2/

How does that make you feel /Bleep/ ?
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>>49242779

who?

literally, who?

and why are you posting this on a bleeps thread?
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>>49242779
>http://www.forbes.com/pictures/eeel45eljkm/no-1-calvin-harris-66-million-2/
Fair enough, he worked hard, his sets aren't actually decent compared to others on that list, and he's a solid dude.
EDM is a different world, these DJs make 10-100x what the average /bleep/ DJ earns because the audience is so much bigger.
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>>49242779
I saw calvin harris in the pissing rain at TiTP whilst completely fried on 30mg 2c-b and it was surprisingly one of the best moments of this year
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>>49242779
Seen him twice a few years back and they were both pretty good. EDM DJs earn disgusting amounts but I'm happy it's a ickle scottish ruffian at the top and not any of the other cunts.
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>>49231317
this is just a bad version of footwork/juke
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>>49220308
it's just a bunch of pretentious fags who honestly don't even know that much about music. it's not a big deal.
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>>49242779

>david guetta
>tiesto
>afrojack
>hardwell

I find it hard to believe people are still interested in these washed up djs. Tiesto has been djing as long as most of /bleeps/ has been alive.
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>>49243224
yeah they are seriously not even musicians. Tiesto is such a huge joke
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>>49220125
this shit is tight but not that popular. just got this album a few days ago.

https://earldavis.bandcamp.com/album/audubon
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>>49220414
So, basically we're just trying to discuss music that's as minimally creative as possible?
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>>49243309

lel coming from someone who has hundreds of gbs of techno i can say that this does ring true on some fronts. There's so many eps dropped daily that's it's nearly impossible to look through them all and if you do you'll be largely disappointed/exhausted from so much shit that sounds exactly the same.
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need some decent poof house


stuff like midtown 120 blues etc
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>>49243332
i just really can't take that entire section of electronic music seriously at all. it's easy to make (which is why there's such a ridiculous amount of it) and it really does all sound like the same stock synthesizers and 4/4 kick, snare drum patterns. it's just incredibly boring, if you don't even want to analyze it musically. hahaha.
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>>49243402
techno i have to admit is often very samey

but a lot of the UK genres are in fact pretty diverse.

>stock synthesizers
this is the same as people thinking that dance music uses 'stock drums' when in fact it's producers using classic drum machines like the 808 and 909. dance music in general pays homage to its roots. therefore stuff like certain synthesizers and drum sounds will be heard in thousands and thousands of tunes across multiple genres
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>>49243480
i make electronic music, so i see that point. but at what point are you just being lazy? if i just use an 808 or a 909 for everything i make, how is that paying homage? that's literally just laziness.
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>>49243402
>f you don't even want to analyze it musically
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>>49243514
well it's not really. both those machines have a very distinctive sound and are actually really useful. i find one of the best ways to add energy to a track that's already going is to add a 909 ride, for example. they give off a certain vibe
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>>49243536
man, fuck you. this is a music board.
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>>49243556
i really don't buy that. there's an infinite number of sounds to be used, and you choose to use the same one over and over because of a certain vibe. that's ridiculous. the point of making music is to make your own vibe. the sounds don't do it for you. well, they shouldn't.
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What's the shittiest /bleep/tune you've ever heard?
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>>49243563
and we're discussing dance music. im one of the biggest dance music nerds about but i'll be the first to admit that it holds little artistic value compared to most other types of music

it's like any other music, though. the more you listen to it, the more subtle nuances you pick up. guys with collections of hundreds of '93-'95 jungle records aren't buying them thinking that they all sound the smae
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>>49243602
yeah, you're right. i just tend to think of it in terms of electronic music as a whole. or just music as a whole. that's why it bothers me so much.
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>>49243563
and this is /bleep/ which is primarily club music.
and if you start 'analysing' the music in a club then i feel for you son
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>>49243584

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C0FmZReUWXU
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>>49243630
see
>>49243624
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>>49243579
well that's your opinion. if you don't like em, use something different. i find that if used sensitively and sensibly the 808 and 909 (among others) almost add a little 'authenticity' to your music.

think about it, some peoples' entire back catalogue is based off the 303 and no one is kicking up a fuss
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thoughts?
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>>49243657
fucking sick release. massive tunes
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>>49243645
fair enough mate, maybe lurk more and try to understand the whole club subculture before you come in being ignorant and inevitably getting shit on
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>>49243184
YOU KNOW SO LITTLE ABOUT ELECTRONIC UNDERGROUND CLUB MUSIC IT MAKES ME LAUGH P A T H E T I C
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>>49243579
>the point of making music is to make your own vibe

Breaking News: anonymous 4chan user discovers end-all-be-all goal and purpose of music.
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>>49243716
o-okay
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>>49243716
lol so snide

i think he was talking about the dance not the music
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>>49243579
maybe we just like the way it sounds

no need to be autistic about it
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>>49243584
put a donk on it
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Is the new Rustie album going round a fake?
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>>49243992
I think Rustie's album is going to go down as the worst album of the year. Probably only saved by the Danny Brown cameo.

It is awful. Predicting a 1.5/5 on RA
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>>49244076
that's upsetting. I loved glass swords
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>>49243992
fuck is it that bad?
the rips up on what.cd atm have "proof" pictures of the CD so i guess it's legit
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>>49220658
https://soundcloud.com/den7/blaqstarr-hands-up-thumbs-down-high-powered-boys-remix
All time favorite, barely get to drop it tho, germans ain't ready for this kinda loud shit
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http://ntslive.co.uk/

18:00 GMT broadcasts live from Berlin Atonal.

Today schedule: Murcof, DSCRD, Dalhous, Miles, Sendai, The End of All Existence
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>>49220658
>>49244270
This is relevant to my interests. Anyone with anything similiar please post.
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anybody have cccp09 rip
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>>49244771
https://soundcloud.com/beataucue/redblocka
Bit different, but one of my fav tracks to drop on unsuspecting crowds
Surprisingly works better on smaller crowds
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>>49220125
Who /kinda hyped/ here?
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aEuvI4YvE_0
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>>49242779
These type of posts are totally unnecessary and encourages shit posts like this >>49243584

Get a grip, doesn't matter that we're on /mu/
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>>49241996
+1
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so how do you feel about soundcloud going down the jew route?
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>>49245941
it's not the 'jew' route. they just want to make some money, and this way the artists get to make a bit of money too

who cares if you have to listen to a 20 second ad before each track honestly? what's the big deal?
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what did /mu/ think of Drop the Vowels?
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how do people find out the set order of whos playing a night?

im seeing perc , truss and fsg tomorrow and i want to know the set order and if truss and perc will be playing b2b or not
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>>49245974
>soundcloud introducing ads
goodbye soundcloud you were ok for a while
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>>49245974
soundcloud was for artists like me who were underground and unsigned, they are truly fucking up.

i dont want to see any adds on soundcloud. they already make bank from artists who subscribe to the pro accounts. they are also going to introduce listener accounts so that people can bypass the adds.

the new interface sucks and laggy as fuck. this will kill soundcloud for what it was actually for in the first place.
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>>49246433
often they might post on FB event page or something, or you might have to just wait until you get there. Some clubs don't like posting the exact lineup so that people don't just show up late or whenever just to catch a specific act.
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>>49246099
ultimately a disappointment but it was destined for that because of outrageous amounts of hype

cheesed off that it was 50% previously released material

annoyed that it became sub-pitchforkcore and digested by faggot indie rock listeners because of andy's involvement
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>>49246099
I liked it
Didn't love it though, it was good but none of it blew my mind like stott/DS's other work
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>>49246099
a lot of hype over some fairly middle-of-the road 'jungle' revival. at worst a bit of a hypetrain, boomkat sponsored cash-in... if you want to be cynical about it. more likely just andy and miles having a bit of fun - fun that should have stayed on their hard drives.
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>>49243579
see: all classical music
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>>49243602
dance music is actually one of the purest and thereby most artful distillations of music, fact
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>>49246793
really?
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so i cannae be asked hearing the new rustie thing, but it is really as bad as the initial response seems to suggest?

i heard that raptor joint off it and found myself skipping through it pretty quick.
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>>49247180
really
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>>49246793
yeah, and how many people still write classical music? i mean, come on.

>>49243729
are you honestly making the point that creativity is actually about copying copies? you want to stand behind that?

>>49243793
how is wanting to do something new autistic? why does everyone immediately go to calling someone autistic, as if they aren't participating in the argument?
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>>49246433
most of the time, the facebook page for the event will get a post at like 8pm on the night saying "SET TIMES:"

you just have to be patient
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Someone summarise this dumb argument over sound design so i can dismiss it
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>>49247309
some guy criticised dance music for using the same 'stock sounds' over again, someone explained drum machines and synths etc. and he's saying that's boring and uncreative
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>>49244365
DSCRD, very neat. Nice schedule.
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>>49247246
u most be on of these modern day kids for whom atmosphere > tunewriting
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>>49247354
that's some dumb shit to be arguing over.
glad i didn't read all those posts now.
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Is everything in https://mega.co.nz/#F!FQohzYYA!elH7Myk0DPE9We-2DFtYyg good?
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>>49248042
looks like ninja's folder

if you like dnb and jungle then yes you will like pretty much everything in there

the grime subfolder is also pretty solid
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>tfw work is making me fall behind with /bleeps/
>tfw comiket has finished and I am contractually obliged to listen to a bunch of UK Hardcore and J-Core that I don't even really like anymore.

At least there may be some Eurobeat from there as well.
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Any artist still making that great old school jungle?

Classic right here.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Opkdc8e4bWY
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>>49250772
Digital: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kCzgWaUgfLA
Bladerunner: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_vxWABiVOKQ
Alaska/Paradox: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_jIkLAQABf8
Sully: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4GNgjgo6sjw
Mav: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GC6MS7YHRGQ
Scale: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4UHljr2w6Z8
Machine Girl: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NfaIRtlywTo
6Blocc: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kYShPMIDmNA

All from 2014.
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>>49251670

>Machine Girl

I picked up that EP, it's fucking sick. Post-Rave has to be my favorite off it, and 20XX Battle Dance.

Thanks.
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>>49251779
>>49251670
get out
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>not being locked to hessle

that disco
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>>49251833

>No one can discuss something that isn't field recorded abstract goat core
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>>49251898
it's kinda refreshing but at the same time i would actually like some dance music
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>>49220720
I heard this out at a fairly credible house night a couple of months ago
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>>49251992
pls be b8
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>>49252134
electronic dance music, you know what i mean
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can anyone give recommend some artists similar to randomer? i mean i know i'll probably get a lot of dark berlin techno but i'm new to that i guess so whatever

https://soundcloud.com/randomer/bring-clip
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>>49225756
well done for id'ing that one tho, especially from just a text description, impressive
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>>49247133
lol good one
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>>49243602
Art is expression; dance music is an expression of human vitality and instinctive sexual drive. I'll admit other forms of music can evoke more complex expressions that relate to contemporary life, but to say dance music has little value in comparison is simply unfair. Music made to accompany dancing pre-dates socialisation and therefore doesn't deal with the same subject matters as, let's say, folk, which developed in accordance with unified language among social groups - dance music merely uses physicality and body-language as opposed to words. Its primitivism doesn't preclude it from having value.
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jSvosJwH5Wg
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Hey guys, I've neglected the bleeps for too long. Was wondering if you could give me some suggestions for the daily album thing we've got going in another thread. The ones on there so far are recs given to me. If any of them are terrible let me know.
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>>49254294
how much dnb have you listened to? i wanna rec you some classics but you've probably heard them
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>>49254326
Not too much. My favourite is Cybernetika's Colossus as I tend to enjoy my psychedelic influences.
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>>49254294

For jungle this out.
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>>49254341
check out ASC - the astral traveller if you like psychedelic stuff

calibre - second sun and naibu - fall are my personal favourite dnb releases ever
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>>49254364

this
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>>49254396
I'm presuming the former is dnb as well. After >>49254364 and >>49254413 that's got me saturated for that week unless there's anything you feel can be removed. Got any stuff for other squares?
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>>49254481
i don't know much about the other genres on your chart

but for dnb definately this >>49254413
and these >>49254396 are essential
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what do you cunts think of the new Bug album?
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>>49254481

Yeah. It's less "manic" then and more smooth but still falls under that old school 93-95' sound.

There's a ton of singles that are great, I'll try and find a good comp. Otherwise check this out, it's newer but from one half of 4Hero (Marc Mac) great stuff. Here's some samples of each, also 4Hero did some great jungle stuff under the Tom & Jerry moniker.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b9y4sedBDsg

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mVXtImjvuQQ

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b9y4sedBDsg

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0AQRe-qDyQo
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>>49220741
is that the most updated chart? I think I remember seeing one with a dubstep section too
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>>49254730
Sorry, with other squares I meant the other genres. I've got a lot of d&b already now thanks to this thread and the other one.
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jesus fucking christ, /bleep/, what happened to him?
http://youtu.be/64A7iZoep1Y
>>
RAP YOURSELF AROUND MEEEEEE
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Is there anywhere I can read upon the history of dance music? I want to get into it but I know next to nothing about it, nor what it's many subgenres entail exactly.

I don't really want an "essentials" reply, but rather somewhere where I could read about dance music's inception and progression so I could listen through it's evolution until modern times.

Is the wikipedia article any good?

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Electronic_dance_music

Or is there maybe something on RYM?
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>>49256110
pick a genre, read up on it, listen to the originators of that sound, watch documentaries, etc. usually each genre relates to another somehow through influence or whatever so just work your way through it naturally.
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This remix by Sully is p cool. Where should I start with him?

I first heard this on EE. At first I thought Rob said "queer" when he actually said Kuoyah.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=08Dm1wvuuwA
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Find an artist you like and check their Discogs. There you'll find popular releases by those artists, their different monikers, artists they've collaborated with and it just goes from there really. The release-pages also have links to YouTube for the tracks, so Discogs is genius for an outsider to check out the scene.
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>>49254294
Omar-S: Fabric 425 and Goldie-Timeless
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>>49256914
Obviously I mean Omar-S - fabric 45
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>>49254294
every actress album
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>>49256571
>Where should I start with him?
His album, blue?
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>>49256110
You can't really do that, you have to dive in and work backwards
I know people who could wax for hours about obscure Romanian microhouse artidt
artists but didn't know Frankie Knuckles til he died
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>>49256110
http://techno.org/electronic-music-guide/
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>>49256963
except RIP*
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>>49255779
i remember when he did the disney tune, it just made me really sad

he was my idol at one point
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>>49243514
You have no clue what you are talking about. This is what's wrong with the new generation of kids getting into electronic music. They have no concept of the true history of the music. The only way to truly understand it is to have experienced it or to be mentored by someone who did. Unfortunately, thanks to the internet, kids today think they can forego the teacher, bypass the learning process, and just start making their own rules and interpreting the music however they please. There is a certain amount of open interpretation with all music, buy electronic music is no different than blue or jazz in that it has a history and legacy. The sounds used in electronic music which come from specific instruments such as the 808, 909, 303, 707, etc. all serve as reference points and constructs of the framework within which a contextual understanding of the role developing music technology has played in the invention and evolution of the various styles of electronic music over the course of the last 40+ plus years. The machines not only allowed the creation of specific genres of electronic music, but they actually defined those styles. Each one of the classic machines and its respective sounds, whether it be a Synth or drum machine, has its own unique meaning in a unique language of symbolism wherein specific sounds evoke genres, artists, labels, events, time periods, geographical regions and their respective "sound" at any given time, etc. Dance music is a language of symbols, constantly referencing and redefining itself. Saying that the use of familiar patches or sounds from machines like the TR-808 and TR-909 is laziness belies complete ignorance of the history of electronic music. Stop talking and acting like you know and start shutting the fuck up and listening, and you will learn. As long as u think you know, u won't learn shit.
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>>49261853

music rip in preace
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>>49261853
lol chill out
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You have no clue what you are talking about. This is what's wrong with the new generation of kids getting into electronic music. They have no concept of the true history of the music. The only way to truly understand it is to have experienced it or to be mentored by someone who did. Unfortunately, thanks to the internet, kids today think they can forego the teacher, bypass the learning process, and just start making their own rules and interpreting the music however they please. There is a certain amount of open interpretation with all music, buy electronic music is no different than blue or jazz in that it has a history and legacy. The sounds used in electronic music which come from specific instruments such as the 808, 909, 303, 707, etc. all serve as reference points and constructs of the framework within which a contextual understanding of the role developing music technology has played in the invention and evolution of the various styles of electronic music over the course of the last 40+ plus years. The machines not only allowed the creation of specific genres of electronic music, but they actually defined those styles. Each one of the classic machines and its respective sounds, whether it be a Synth or drum machine, has its own unique meaning in a unique language of symbolism wherein specific sounds evoke genres, artists, labels, events, time periods, geographical regions and their respective "sound" at any given time, etc. Dance music is a language of symbols, constantly referencing and redefining itself. Saying that the use of familiar patches or sounds from machines like the TR-808 and TR-909 is laziness belies complete ignorance of the history of electronic music. Stop talking and acting like you know and start shutting the fuck up and listening, and you will learn. As long as u think you know, u won't learn shit.
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>>49237201
>Pan Sonic / Emptyset is shit. KR for idiots.

fixed
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that bug record's got HQ rips out if anyone cares.
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>>49254597
i do like it

but there's certain elements of the album, especially on the 'devils' half which put me off a little. the drums on each of the tracks don't really have that classic bug feel with the echoey snare etc. and actually feel really drowned out on some of the tunes. the same goes with the vocals on tunes like function and dirty, where they've been filtered so that they're all treble and pack no punch
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Anyone locked onto Rinse right now? I don't think this knobhead knows what garage is...
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>>49267132
No, but I was about to.
Half an hour to Dugsy.
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>>49267132

It's popular tracks with a horn over them every now and then, right?
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>>49267492
Yeah, or siren sound effects. A fair amount of these songs were straight 92 rave tunes.
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>>49267902
Fuck, the internet is crapping itself tonight.

Not as bad as last week with the streaming problems. I was peaking on acid when it fucked up, could not figure out what was wrong, caused me to become anxious when I realised how fucken wasted I was, otherwise I would have been happy riding that.
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What's the tune thats kicks in @ 50 sec on Bad history side 1 by HATE??
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>>49266032
thanks for notifying me of this
haven't listened to it in full yet, what I've heard sounds good though
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>>49232881
AOTYsf
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>>49254413
>listening to this album
>mfw same exact samples every track
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>PFM - The Western

Best song or best song?
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>oh look another noise/dark ambient/techno producer

epic :)
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25 Years Monaberry: Herb's Compilation
Cascandy - Rammeln

Ali Love - Dirty Stories Super dope track
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Currently listening to Craig Richard's Get Lost VII.
Quite enjoyable.
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