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Fuck album art edition
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UK garage and jungle are objectively shit
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>>50911837
What are objectively not-shit?
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>>50911852
Trap and electro-house.
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>>50911837
Please explain.
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Nobody is going to take the above bait

>>50911792
I wonder why a label like Hessle never uses album art on EPs? I'm guessing it started as a cost thing then became a part of the brand
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>>50911885
I think cost is a big part of it, yeah
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>>50911865
>>50911852
Don't bother, let's rather start these threads on a positive note.

Anybody out tonight?
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>>50911909
nah, skint, shit sucks

where you off to?
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>>50911909
The weekend has landed. All that exists now is clubs, drugs, pubs and parties. I've got 48 hours off from the world, man. I'm gonna blow steam out my head like a screaming kettle, I'm gonna talk cod shit to strangers all night, I'm gonna lose the plot on the dancefloor. The free radicals inside me are freakin', man! Tonight I'm Jip Travolta, I'm Peter Popper, I'm going to never-never land with my chosen family, man. We're gonna get more spaced out than Neil Armstrong ever did, anything could happen tonight, you know? This could be the best night of my life. I've got 73 quid in my back burner - I'm gonna wax the lot, man! The Milky Bars are on me! Yeah!
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>>50911909
Ill try to get into berghain. Should be an epic night
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>>50911909
Nope.
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I'm heading to some big electronic sorta thing for the first time tonight.
H-how do you dance?
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>>50911921
I'm back in London but going nowhere; I'm saving my energy for the next couple of weeks
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>>50911885
>implying anonymous white label trend isn't a thing
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>>50911999
Lose your head and let your body do the dancing
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>>50911999
just look at the people around you. Don't do any "real" dancing, like don't river dance (please for the love of god don't shuffle). just bob around, move you feet, swing your hips a bit, relax your body. Alcohol helps.
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>>50911999
Big fish, little fish, cardboard box
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>>50911951
>epic night
enjoy standing in line for 3 hours without any result
>>50911999
check out brkwydln for inspiration
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>>50912041
Do you still not understand the difference between a white label and an artless release?
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>>50911909
>Supermassive: Vladislav Delay, Visionist (GBR), Bill Kouligas (GER), Shabazz Palaces (USA), Spaceghostpurrp (USA), Khid & RPK
Ääniwalli, Helsinki

Gonna be fucken sweet
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>>50911999
What kind of music?
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>>50911909
Reach for the lasers, safe as fuck
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only a matter of time before a nerd with short back and sides starts releasing throwback hard house on limited edition hand stamped vinyl and it becomes trendy
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cVQb2xwkWS0
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>>50911909
That's gonna be the third day in a row now.
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hbffGMPNCOk
underrated album.
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>>50912294
Drug assisted? And are you gonna see Source Direct?
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>>50912405
No, Yes.
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>tfw
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>>50911935
is that burial
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>>50912173
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>>50912447
LOL
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>tfw there are never any good shows in the Atlanta area
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>>50911909
Opal Tapes night:
KAREN GWYER
* PATRICIA
* WANDA GROUP
* HOLOVR
* BASIC HOUSE
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>>50912447
http://youtu.be/OlB7cjm3Kr0
That's what I have in my city. I should move.
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>>50912503
You think that's bad?
Except for >>50912294 once a year, there's nothing.
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which would you go to?
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>people don't know how to dance
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>>50912447
Then submit an event...
It's not that difficult to run a small party
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>>50912552
Mr. Scruff.
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>>50912522
http://www.residentadvisor.net/promoter.aspx?id=23918
Well, I gotta admit there's this in my city once a year and it's pretty good.
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>>50912663
lol this guy
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>>50912552
Overflow or Audio Asylum
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>>50912552
the pinch one
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>americans
>not trying to start your own nights

would be so sick. completely different from england as you wouldn't look like just another bellend jumping on the bandwagon trying to start another generic house and techno night
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>>50912771
It's hard though. We don't have the resources, promotional abilities, or many people interested in this sort of music to really pull it off successfully.
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http://strawpoll.me/2855018
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how do i get into /bleep/?
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>>50913211
You lurk
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>>50913211
listen to bleep
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>>50913211
what music do you currently like?
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http://strawpoll.me/1567325
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jay8zAj2fVc

is breakcore bleep?
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>>50913255
>>50913259
these
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>>50912771
i've thought about renting a small venue beside this college near where I live but the risk is too high-getting people to come to shows would be tough enough let alone finding (good) artists willing to play. I'd honestly do it if I could find someone else to share the risks
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the top 10 worst genres of all time as voted by /mu/:

>1. Dubstep
276 votes (22%)
>2. Heavy Metal
220 votes (18%)
>3. Hip-Hop/Rap
185 votes (15%)
>4. Pop
168 votes (13%)
>5. Britpop
117 votes (9%)
>6. UK Garage
74 votes (6%)
>7. Shoegaze
45 votes (4%)
>8. Madchester
38 votes (3%)
>9. Jungle
38 votes (3%)
>10. Post-Punk
32 votes (3%)
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>>50913211
by not needing to be spoonfed yr taste
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>>50913789
>going on mu outside this thread
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is this /bleep/?
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>>50913325
electronic and hip hop, but i like the underground sounds like techno and stuff and need recomendations
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http://vocaroo.com/i/s0qIAyxeQRKu
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>>50913911
>electronic and hip hop, but i like the underground sounds like techno
Ok, but specifically, what do you like? What artists?
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>>50913911
>electronic
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>>50913789
Updated list:

>1. Dubstep (not Brostep, just fyi)
291 votes (22%)
>2. Heavy Metal
235 votes (18%)
>3. Hip-Hop/Rap
200 votes (15%)
>4. Pop
174 votes (13%)
>5. Britpop
126 votes (9%)
>6. UK Garage
80 votes (6%)
>7. Shoegaze
49 votes (4%)
>8. Jungle
44 votes (3%)
>9. Madchester
42 votes (3%)
>10. Deep House
35 votes (3%)
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https://soundcloud.com/company-record-label/les-sins-talk-about
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>>50913821
>replying to trolls
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>>50913933
nobody here is impressed by your low quality virtual analog instruments, glitch plugins or comb filtered amen breaks
fuck off
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>>50911909
- A. Arias (Strobelight Network - NYC) -
- Jan Woo (NYC)-
- Princevalì (Live PA) (NYC) -
- Excalibur (Pop Quiz - MTL) -
- Spencer Gilley (MTL) -
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>>50913911
hip hop is electronic

try an actual genre or some producers
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>>50914412
wow thank you
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>>50914432
Don't treat that as a bible or fact, many producers are in the wrong place or do a number of different styles
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>>50914412
>going to this much effort to spoonfeed plebs

nice looking diagram though

>ambient techno
makes me vomit every time lol
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>>50914506
yeah, lots are wrong, still, keeps the new guy busy with more knowledge than 99% of music already
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>>50914412
on closer inspection that is a fucking horrendous list over all
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>>50914574
All it needs is 99% of the artists changed, moved or deleted
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>>50914574
Well, labeling bleeps isn't easy. The list isn't that bad.
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>>50914725
Only about 8 are right

>all that Aphex Twin
kek
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>>50914574
Yeah. Masters of Work are UK Funky????
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>>50914774
lol they thought funky house was uk funky, and even then masters at work are a terrible example
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faith in strangers m8s
it's good
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>>50914412
>Chase & Status
>UK Bass
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>>50914924
wut

Also, DJ Shadow not under turntablism?
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>>50914412
>Aphex Twin, Boards of Canada
>ambient house
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>>50914992
He is more instrumental, Endtroducing... was made completely with a sampler.
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what do y'all think of plastikman?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zd9sLABDgsw
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>>50915021

Yes, that pic was made by possible retard.
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you boyz ready for that burial release coming up here soon?
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>>50915279
I thought the old Burial was great. But I'm not one to hype up existing composers over lesser known ones who might be at their peak.

So I'll wait and see who Scaruffi picks out this year. Hopefully Vladislav Delay gets a successor.
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>>50913997
pointless no. 1 spot there, 99% of people who don't visit /bleep/ think brostep IS dubstep and don't know the difference. i remember an 'electronic music' thread recently where dubstep got mentioned and everyone else was genuinely baffled and thought i wasn't posting dubstep when i posted mala and LAS
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>>50914412
>uk bass
>example, chase and status, wretch 32

in the trash this chart goes
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>>50915299
>So I'll wait and see who Scaruffi picks out this year
lol
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>>50914412
>no Ed Rush and Optical for Neurofunk

this is so wrong
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So /bleep/, I know dance music is not an albums genre, but I'm sure there are quite a few good ones out there. I'd like some recommendations please. Albums I've heard and enjoyed include: Burial - s/t, Burial - Untrue, Goldie - Timeless, Massive Attack - Blue Lines, Dizzee Rascal - Boy in Da Corner, The Streets - Original Pirate Material, DJ Shadow - Endtroducing, New Order - Substance, Primal Scream - Screamadelica, Horsepower Productions - In Fine Style, El-B - The Roots of El-B, and a few assorted Jungle compilations that have been shared recently.
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>>50915855
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>>50915855
Disclosure - Settle
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>>50915855
The Orb - U.F.Orb
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>marcelus pittman
>marcel dettman
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>tfw you will never be oneman
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>>50915855
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>>50915855
that's all pretty all over the place so i'm going to give you sum more all-over-the-place entry-level goodness:

FlyLo - LA LP
Four Tet - There Is Love In You
James Holden - The Inheritors
Actress - Splaszh
Emptyset - Emptyset

Plastikman - Musik
Vladislav Delay - Multila / Luomo - Velocity
O aka Mika Vainio - Metri
Alva Noto - Unitxt
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>>50916162
that O is supposed to be a phase symbol (see: http://www.discogs.com/artist/31887-%C3%98 )
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Last thread was great, let's keep-up the positive mood guys.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8TFUmjplpGw
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>>50915855
Motor City Drum Ensemble - Raw Cuts Vol. 1
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VnhsNpNNWKA

Damiano Von Erckert - Love Based Music
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f8eeGcYh720

V/A - Textures I, II & III
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9cjfj68vag0
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oK7Qtxb857o
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wG6fdg2aShw

Blawan - His He She & She
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vfCXFoOMKB4

Stenny - Eternal Restriction
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fd_tTz8SGoA
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>>50915021
>>50915198
>Aphex Twin, Boards of Canada
>containing 4x4 beats to be classified as ambient techno
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>>50915299
what the fuck lol
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>>50913789
>>50913997
>all those votes
Did this shit get posted on /b/ or something? /mu/ can't possibly have this much traffic.
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>>50916285
it's really old pasta, m8.
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>>50916324
/mu/ was like the 5th biggest board or smth not too long ago. don't know about now. seems quicker at peak.
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>>50916349
/mu/ drastically drops in traffic during euro-time.
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What does /bleep/ thinks of ClekClekBoom Recordings?
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>>50911837
>>50913789
>>50913997
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>>50912792
All in hearing is
>waaaa

>the resources
All you need is a basement, turntables/decks/a controller and laptop, and some speakers
>promotional abilities
Salesmanship is a life skill, learn it
>or many people interested in this sort of music
A) You don't know who they are til you reach out to them
B) Americans are stupid and easily led, you can get them interested in anything if you make it cool enough
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>>50916558
Easier said than done my friend. You also have to get records imported from Europe (since most records stores don't sell that sort of thing in america) as well. Costwise, you're looking at probably over $2000 with no guarantee that people will show up. There are really not many means of promotion in America like there are in the UK. There aren't many clubs that aren't strictly EDM, there's no Resident Advisor, FACTmag, or Rinse FM. There's just not much of a scene for that kind of thing except maybe small ones in big cities like NYC or LA, but most anywhere else, forget it.
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>>50916558
not an american but i know someone up in the canadas who runs a night. they're a lot more open up there to the bleeps, he's fairly well connected and even he struggles to break even with top tier headliners at times.

ain't no monies in the americas.
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>>50913769
>but the risk is too high-getting people to come to shows
What risk? How hard is it to throw a party at a university with a hundred people? In the UK you struggle to get keep house party numbers less than that
>let alone finding (good) artists willing to play.
Dimwit, you start DJing yourself and get someone good when they're in the area
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>>50913769
where you at, ameribro?
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Pls rec some obscure Ambient Techno/IDM
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>>50916986
performer - bootytown
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>>50916986
Donksters - Donking
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>>50916663
montreal is amazing, the secret techno parties are awesome hete
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>>50915084
The sticker on the copy of Ex in Idle Hands says
>we know Richie Hawtin is a dick
>we know he shits on Vinyl DJS
>but he is plastikman
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bretty gud
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>>50916514
Good label, can be a bit hit and miss but they have an interesting sound, better than Night Slugs
I've got 005 and 013
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>tfw no xosar
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>>50917100
Atlanta had a fairly thriving DnB scene from the late 90s to the late 2000s. It sort of fell apart around the EDM boom. Not all that fussed though, since apparently, it was all just shitty industrial neurofunk type stuff anyway. Not even that much Ed Rush and Optical-type stuff, mostly more watered down stuff from the mid-00s.
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>>50916986
hideo kojima - jolly tunes
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>>50916986
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>>50916652
>You also have to get records imported from Europe (since most records stores don't sell that sort of thing in america) as well.
Then play digital
>Costwise, you're looking at probably over $2000 with no guarantee that people will show up.
Take the punt
>There are really not many means of promotion in America like there are in the UK.
They don't sell paper in the US? There's no such thing as a social network? People can't talk to each other?
>There aren't many clubs that aren't strictly EDM
That's where you provide the alternative
>there's no Resident Advisor, FACTmag
Yes there is...
or Rinse FM
>You do have pirate radio you just haven't found it yet. You could also set it up yourself
>There's just not much of a scene for that kind of thing
Be the scene
>except maybe small ones in big cities like NYC or LA
The scenes there are massive

Look, you're a defeatist, you've given up before you started because you're afraid of failure

At least accept that, don't blame your country for your failings
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>>50916663
>even he struggles to break even with top tier headliners at times.
Most parties, and record labels for that matter, lose money or just about break even
Many big DJs still have to hold down 9 to 5s to survive
You do it out of love, not because you sniff a business opportunity - look what happened to fabric after matter shut down, and it's fucking fabric
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>>50917609
>They don't sell paper in the US?
The only newspaper that still sells well is the New York Times
>There's no such thing as a social network? People can't talk to each other?
Sure there is, but there's no real resources for fans of this kind of music to get in touch with each. It's not like I can go down the to local record store and start chatting with people about the latest Amen Andrew EP or anything. For most of these people, dance music starts with Daft Punk and ends with Skrillex. Hell, the local store doesn't even sell anything that's not rock, hip-hop or Top 40.
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>>50917609
>You do have pirate radio you just haven't found it yet. You could also set it up yourself
You have no idea how strictly the FCC takes pirate radio. It's like it is in the UK. Pirate radio is almost non-existant in the US except in maybe border towns down south or inner city NYC. Most people I know stopped listening the radio in favor of Pandora, Spotify, etc. simply because one corporation bought up 95% of the frequencies in America and programs them to play the same things. The people that do listen to the radio just listen to top 40.
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>>50917948
There's normally alternative/"hipster" publications throughout various cities, look into those
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y7KXr2_teJs
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>America is all Daft Punk and Skrillex

https://www.google.co.uk/search?q=resident+adivsor+events+america&ie=utf-8&oe=utf-8&aq=t&rls=org.mozilla:en-GB:official&client=firefox-a&channel=nts&gfe_rd=cr&ei=Yv9LVL6-F6Oh7AbG3ICYDA
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Even my friends who are into music don't get any electronic music.

They'll listen to some 12 minute droning indie/noise bullshit that got a best new track from pitchfork, but whenever I put on some sort of dance music, they complain about how it's too repetitive and there's no lyrics.

And don't get me started on dubstep.
I literally had to explain to them about what dubstep was/the history of dubstep one day after I mentioned it as part of the genres I listened too and they remarked that it was "too noisy" and "Skrillex sucks". I played them some examples of Skream and DMZ, etc. and they just kept saying "Where's the drop?" Literally, they didn't care that they were wrong and were too stubborn to accept that dubstep could actually be something other than dubstep.
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It's ready
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cof9X_MdQV8
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How does /bleep/ feel about this and about the contents of the contents within?

http://rateyourmusic.com/list/TheScientist/rym_ultimate_box_set__techno/
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>>50918216
Yes. There good nights in New York, Los Angeles, maybe some scattered in Florida, Washington D.C., etc. That still doesn't mean that I'm going to be successful if I start a club night.

I think what most of you guys forget is just how fucking big America is. The United States is almost 40 times bigger than the entire United Kingdom and cities are spread out. Sure there are good club nights in densely populated areas like NYC and LA, but most of America is not like that at all. Hell, I live over a thousand miles away from both NYC and LA. The closest big city to where I live is 20 miles away and its population is only 600,000 people.
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>>50911792
help me /bleep/

i need some recs for obscure minimal/ambient techno
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>>50918302
Poor me poor me pour me a drink

We all have to deal with this shit, unless you live in Shoreditch, which I would fucking hate
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>>50918540
ceephax acid crew
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>>50916652
i guess youre right but it is really sad knowing it all started in america long time ago.
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>>50918538
I hear you've got cars big as bars
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>>50918546
Except you are within an 1 to 2 hour drive of a decent club no matter where you are. Because America is so spread out, any regional scenes didn't have nearly as much impact on a large scale as the UK did. Now, many local scenes have completely died out because the internet offers free access to any and all types of music imaginable, negating the need to attend clubs, watch certain DJs perform, and/or frequent record stores in order to hear a certain type of music.

On top of that, mentioning the words "Electronic" or "Dance" together is a sure sign for disaster. Thanks to the media, the whole EDM craze has spawned drug scares about molly/MDMA and caused the general public to associate all electronic music with immoral behavior and heavy drug use.
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>>50915855
Jam City - Classical Curves
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>>50915855
Horsepower Productions - Quest for the Sonic Bounty
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>>50918840
Some towns are a bit further from really good clubs but yeah, that sucks
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>>50919155
It really does. Resident Advisor hasn't listed any events in my state since 2010.
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>Ceephax Acid Crew - Topaz

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hWRU0eBw6_8

if you have a chance to see him live, do it.
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>>50919235
Shit. What state do you live in?
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>>50919270
Yo wp would you mind checking out my EP, forthcoming self-release (digi (free) and cassette). Some tracks might be more to your taste than others.
https://soundcloud.com/strattontrax/sets/303s-earache/s-W8tib
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>>50918538
>I live is 20 miles away and its population is only 600,000 people
So? That's bigger than Bristol or Manchester and I know people who go to those cities from further than 20 miles away on a weekend
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ok /bleep/ prepare for my unpopular opinions:
>Dubstep is shit, with the exception of one or two skrillex songs
>Trip-hop is shit (Even Burial and Massive Attack)
>UK Garage music is the best thing to come out of the 2000s and bands like the white stripes, the strokes, the libertines, and the arctic monkeys were defining bands of the decade
>Electronic music isn't a talentless genre (See: Deadmau5 and Daft Punk) but most people who make it are talentless hacks and it barely counts as music
>Daft Punk are actually really good and are deserve to be famous
>I don't think that songs without singing are good
>I think people who still download or own digital copies of music instead of just using spotify and youtube are stupid. And I think people who still buy physical music are even worse and are hipsters.
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>>50911909
Went to see the herbaliser last night and that was cool
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>>50919305
yes i will. are you looking for any particular critiques on mixing? or just general impressions?
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>>50919371
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>>50912552
Manchester?
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>>50919421
Thanks man. Both, I guess. This was "mastered" by me so it probably won't sound that great technically, but hopefully you'll like the tunes themselves.
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>>50919317
Except there's nothing /bleep/ related to do in that city. Seriously, you need to understand that there is a vast difference in size and culture between the US and the UK.
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>>50919504
What are you trying to say?
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>>50912664
eyy
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>>50919616
I'm saying that despite the fact that Bristol and Manchester may be smaller in population, keep in mind that America's total population is 6 times larger than England's. Also, Bristol and Manchester are well known for their local electronic scenes and musical contributions. In America, only Detroit, Chicago, New York, and Los Angeles have had historically notable, influential, and highly active electronic scenes comparable to places in the UK.
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>>50919616
Not him but despite the big populations in cities in the U.S the music scenes can be shit.
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>>50919860
We went raving, you put on flannel and moped around th grunge, you only have yourselves to blame.
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>>50916375

nah, it's just the amerifats being retarded and spamming le ebin memes, while us cultured europeans can have a calm, sound discussion on the fine arts of music
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>>50919860
> In America, only Detroit, Chicago, New York, and Los Angeles have had historically notable, influential, and highly active electronic scenes comparable to places in the UK.
So why don't you just drive to one of them instead of whining about how you aren't surrounded by clubs where you live?
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>>50918462
This is nice anon, well done :)
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>>50919949
Pop music isn't art.
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any blads here from berlin?
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>>50919988
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>>50920013
no, only kids from the midwest that wish they lived in berlin
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>>50919966
are you joking right now?
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>>50919988
fuck off ame
(what happened to him/her anyway?)
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>>50919966
not the guy you're arguing with but it just isn't that easy. i live in dallas, texas; how the fuck am i supposed to gain access to any kind of scene without quitting my job and education?

i do agree with the anon who said "be the scene" though. that's what me and my friend are trying to do, as we rarely come across like-minded people
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>>50918840
but electronic dance music is rightly associated with heavy drug use
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>>50920102
Trips never leave, they just go anon
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>>50915484
What is some good dubstep? I'm quite new to /bleep/ and /mu/ and would like some recommendations. I already like Mala and think will get on with LAS.
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>>50919371
whats the point man
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>>50918840
criminal justice bill pt. 2 when
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>>50920229
just listen to the DMZ and Deep Medi discog
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>>50919371
So... Why are you here?
Just get out, we don't care.
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>>50920258
for real, there are venue that are actually banning any non-hip hop electronic music because they're afraid of somebody ODing on their property and getting sued.
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>>50920072
hey that hurts
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>>50920285
shit man what are you doing
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>>50919371
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>>50920379
>>50920285
>>50920244

refer to >>50916538
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>>50919860
I know it isn't easy. Maybe you should try to find a few people who are into bleeps too and like spend some nights just mixing and sharing tunes.
It can be the beginning of a "scene" in your city. Maybe not a big scene, but if you can have like 10-15 people that share your musical tastes it's already a good situation. Then it'll just grow, not much but it will.
Try to do something, I'm sure you can do it.
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>>50920229
Distance, Skream, old Rusko had it on lock, Cyrus, DJ Hatcha, Benga, Digital Mystikz and Loefah. Pretty much just find discogs like >>50920268 said. I'd recommend Chestplate and Tempa as well. That should keep you occupied for quite a while
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>>50916986
northern electronics
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any man going hydra tonight
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>>50920618
I wish. Boddika's been hyping it for weeks on his fb.
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7D_fIcvvq68
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Any man been listening to this?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RhdnKW3XKhQ
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rec me some tunes for people that don't know much about electronic music

I wanna make a mix for a friend's party, but I know I can't drop stuff like Surgeon or jungle, what are some "pleb friendly" songs that I can choose?
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>>50921366
piss off
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>>50921366
Darude - Sandstorm
Scooter - Jumping All Over The World
Luomo - Huone
Blackout Crew - Put A Donk On It
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>>50921420
>Blackout Crew - Put A Donk On It
I don't live in the UK m8
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>>50920995
No but I am now. Thank bruh this is great.
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>>50921447
bro USA donks too
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>>50921366
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cN_DklBnpx0
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Current Mood:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N7UTnuZNfAU
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>>50920995
Downloaded the other day but haven't listened yet. What's it like?
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>>50921366
>>50921366
>I know I can't drop stuff like jungle
Sure you can. I'm American and I've played jungle for my friends before.
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>>50921366
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6GzPM2VYHOo
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>>50919371
>>Dubstep is shit, with the exception of one or two skrillex songs
You don't know what dubstep is
>>Trip-hop is shit (Even Burial and Massive Attack)
You don't know what trip-hop is
>>UK Garage music is the best thing to come out of the 2000s and bands like the white stripes, the strokes, the libertines, and the arctic monkeys were defining bands of the decade
Not unpopular
>>Electronic music isn't a talentless genre
Correct
>>See: Deadmau5
Lmao
>but most people who make it are talentless hacks and it barely counts as music
You're American, you don't know ehat you're talking about
>>Daft Punk are actually really good and are deserve to be famous
Whatever
>>I don't think that songs without singing are good
A song without singing doesn't exist
>>I think people who still download or own digital copies of music instead of just using spotify and youtube are stupid.
Because you're constantly connected to to the Internet right
>>And I think people who still buy physical music are even worse and are hipsters.
You're a dumbass

10/10 for being the right shade of retarded to make me believe you, and making me
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>>50919371
#1 shitpost 2014
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>>50923541
>>UK Garage music is the best thing to come out of the 2000s and bands like the white stripes, the strokes, the libertines, and the arctic monkeys were defining bands of the decade
Except that none of those bands are UK Garage you melon
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>>50919860
Quit fucking whining and do something about it
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>>50920618
I wish so bad
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ayy /bleep/
whats ur best favorites 2k14 release?
so i can make fun of you
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>>50923578
The and seperated two seperate points, the first was incorrect in terms of time but fair
The second idgaf about

Luke how was your radio show? Can we hear it?
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>>50923760
Honestly?


....Worlds
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>>50923760
Rrose - Eating the Other
Kassem Mosse - Workshop 19
PAS - Future Modular
Route 8 - Dry Thoughts
Tessela - Rough 2
Garnier - BA371
Bill Youngman - Levitate
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why are some alternate versions of tunes named VIP?
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>>50924128
because they are variances in production.
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Do any of you dj?
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>>50924277
i thought everybody DJed
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>>50924277
I wish I could :(
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>>50924290
I want to get a controller and start mixing, seems like fun
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>>50924325
it is, though if you want to just make some mixes and beat match some tracks there is free software that you can use to get started without needing a controller.. i mean a controller makes it fun to do sure but they aren't totally necessary. download some freeware and make some mixes
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>>50924128
It's a remix by the original producer
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>>50924430
I've been using Virtual DJ since I was like 14 here and there but never seriously, but I've gotten into techno and house again and would like to invest a bit of money into the hobby
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>>50924277
I'm learning
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>>50924470
right on, well do it to it. Haven't bought dj gear in over a decade but I think native instruments makes some DJ controllers you could check out.. or just google it.
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>>50924551
Native Instruments gear is ricer as hell, but it'll do if you don't mind the price. Looks professional as heck.
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>>50924470
http://www.amazon.com/Behringer-BCD3000-BEHRINGER-B-CONTROL-DEEJAY/dp/B000P5PL6S
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>>50924603
right on, I'm not really in the know any more as my DJ gear is either turntables and a mixer or a custom Reaktor set I control with an oxygen 8 (depends on the gig). Suggested the Native instruments gear because I see it pretty often.. obviously the dude should do his own research.
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What's some music similar to flume? I really liked his album.
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZqiBP7vpyX8
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zb4rbXb7DdE
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>>50924551
how old r u
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>>50924866
27 why?
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>>50924937
im 12
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>>50925001
k.
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>>50924488
I'm learning too, I'm almost good enough to say I "can dj". Any one in Minneapolis?
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>>50925212

>>50920072
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>>50920013
no
are you
>>
any man in
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nd2i7cFAi4g
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>>50925409
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Scky0C179E
only badman here
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>>50925001
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>>50926750
dont get it
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What's a good turntable to play techno on?
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>>50927085
crosley
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>>50916778
I'm not talking about a house party. I'm talking about a venue where bleeps can be played and enjoyed.
>What risk?
Rent/not turning a profit(at the very least breaking even)
>get someone good when they're in the area
Therein lies the problem. Not that many good, established DJs come to my area. I'd probably have to rely on unknown artists.
>>50916802
NC
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>>50916119
lol who is oneman
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>>50928029
I used to live in NC, and I wish I was back there compared to where I am. Moving to NYC somewhat soon, so despite >ebola and >merchants I should be able to at least be in a scene.
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What does this song sample?
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d-8_rZMXhSc

I could swear it's message in a bottle by the police, but i can't pinpoint what part of the song the same comes from
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>>50928448
There's some decents spots but the triad is so painfully average and the whole music scene is dominated by fucking pop punk and deathcore. NYC would be a dream compared to this
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>>50928805
>music scene is dominated by fucking pop punk
lel what year is it
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why is Ceephax Acid Crew so popular here?

because he's an A.D.D. addled troll?
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>>50928851
In North Carolina that's a valid question.
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>>50928862
he's squarepusher's brother. not totally pretentious, fun music, fun videos. dude replies to emails. andy rocks.
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>tfw South Florida resident
>tfw decent array of techno/house night clubs
>tfw Miami is still an hour away and I don't have a car

feels Hebden m8
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>>50929053

good answer. I like him too, I just thought it was funny I see him mentioned in practically every /bleep/ thread. love his live album though
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s9gCSTBDOEQ

this tune is seriously overrated and shit, don't know why people like it so much

try and mix this in to another track and it just sounds like total shit, drums are way too quiet and that synth/melody just sounds bland
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>>50924430
what's the best software to mix?
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>>50928862
he was profoundly nice and great to be around. he is the extremely good at playing live.

basically what >>50929053 said
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>>50930501
did you play a show with him?
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>>50930535
yes, i played directly after him last night with my friend + music collaborator. he played for maybe close to an hour and a half? fucking slayed the room the entire time, even despite some infuriating technical issues w/ the PA
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http://www.discogs.com/Andy-Jenkinson-The-Crisp-Chronicles-Original-Motion-Picture-Soundtrack/release/764053
>tfw this movie will never be made
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>>50914412
get Netsky off this shit pls he's an abomination to bleep and ruining hospital
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>>50930560
wouldn't be ceephax without some minor technical difficulties ;) that's awesome dude, can I check out your music?
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>>50930657
yes, was a lot of fun and he is genuinely a great dude. he stuck around for our set, even.

https://soundcloud.com/worker-parasite
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I exert stress when I export beats
That exhilarate the hard and exterminate the weak
Execution level next, no way to explain it
I'm XXX bitch, triple X-rated
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holy fucking shit I love acid

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OGZXJgOa3JM
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>>50930904
http://vocaroo.com/i/s1QEpZN2Rzyy
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>>50930715
thanks man, adding :).
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>>50930955
thanks man
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>>50930625
>ruining
>ing
m8 the damage has already been done
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>grow up listening to dance music
>start uni last year
>meet people and watch how their music taste changes
>hipster slags who came back from their first summer in ibiza suddenly think they're the queen of the clubbing scene
>all the edgy kids and promoters banging on about djs i used to listen to when i was 16
>in art at school 4 years ago teacher made me play music to go with my work
>played some burial, pinch and other shit when i was into that stuff
>wtf is this shit? got made fun of
>see those guys now posting house and uk bass shit to each others facebook timelines

why am i so much better than everyone else?
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>>50927085

ipod
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Does anybody have that Ishkur Pure Trance Mix?
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all rise for the /bleep/ national anthem

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gkfSdr-jG1c
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>>50931502
iktfb
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>>50929554
>not crying while listening this tune
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>>50912173
I honestly don't. What is the difference?
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Are Ministry of Sound releases any good /bleep/?
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KTvfwd3JZTE

Did i spooked you?
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>>50911999
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>>50928029
>Rent/not turning a profit(at the very least breaking even)

LOL you dont have a clue. i know some guys who run a night in manchester. it took them a year, after putting on nights twice a month, to break even on one of the nights. if you want to do this shit, you have to pump some money into it at first
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