f*ck burial edition
also could anyone help me identify a tune?
they (the orb) were playing loads of old techno that night, tune that had a 2 note chordline with a 3-16ths delay on the 1s and 3s. i can't really describe it anymore than that musically. i seem to remember one of my teachers having it on vinyl and it was british techno, or at least european, not like detroit or anything. i'm not 100% though. might try and knock something up and vocaroo it, it was a pretty simple tune.
it's p good for clubbin and ravin and stuff. like because u can keep up with events and djs and see where all the good nights are and when tickets are released and shit. it's also v good at suggesting things for u to go to based on what u've been to
Mint club in leeds they never check anyone's ID, they just vigorously search people
not many clubs these days you could blag your way in if you were 14, but you easily could at mint. Don't know how they get away with it, someone died there a few weeks ago as well.
guessing none of you fags have seen this because you're mostly NEETS
but this was just posted on facebook by the hessle page
"HESLP002 by Pearson Sound will be released in early 2015."
Yes but once upon a time Techstep tunes would be the only thing some DJs play. I don't mind Burial but I'd rather listen to his influences than his own stuff.
Speaking of old Techstep can't wait to hear this.
what i'm saying is that he doesn't get played anymore, but neither does a lot of stuff which people would say is staunch /bleep/ material, and back around when untrue came out all you could hear was burial in clubs
Sully released another Jungle 12". It's pretty good.
My single favourite track of all time was co-produced by Thomas Bangalter so I wouldn't mind.
i made a pretty accurate mock up of it based on what i remember, considering it was more than a year ago and all the coke and md i did that night. the bassline isn't the same i just added just because i couldn't really remember and it sounded decent.
it's a pretty well known tune, i'm sure it's like a 'classic'
/bleep/ repetitive electronic shit that gets played in proper clubs a lot, but no American EDMshit
/bloop/ non-repetitive electronic shit that people listen to at home and pretend to like to feel superior to others.
/blip/ electronic internet meme shit.
btw if anyone was around when I asked about it here is that remix I did for m.e.s.h. the one where i asked here how i go about doing it but something sparked and i did it anyway.
roughest of mixdowns i don't know why bill played it it's not even finished yet
here you go m8
I'm really late on this, but what did you guys think of the latest Kode9+The Spaceape?
I only really liked the first track, Chasing a Beast.
Free Jungle compilation from 8205 Recordings, ran by Dev/Null: https://8205.bandcamp.com/
>The goal of 8205 (the “r33t” spelling of B2OS, or Blog to the Old Skool) is to unearth choice hardcore/jungle tunes from 1991-1995 which never made it off dubplate or DAT. Each vinyl release is limited to between 100 and 300 copies, aimed at serious oldskool enthusiasts who are still trying to track down those last few elusive tunes from back in the day.
Still have't heard that Mixrace one.
This has the exact same drum loop from ed rush's whats up in the buildup. Anyone knows what's that sampled from?
i really like dom's 808's though.
it isnt faithless insomnia its a well-known techno classic you bunch of fucking no nothing JERKS i worked really hard on that and it sounds almost exactly like that AND NO-ONE WILL HELP ME
If you are on about the Tramen Break, it was also famously used in these tracks.
At various speeds.
I know for certain it would have been used in Skyscraper - Liberty 1 because Skyscraper is Trace & Nico. But that was released in 96 and so was What's Up, so they might be different samples. Then again Ed Rush knew Trace & Nico well due to No U-Turn so he might have had the sample as early as them.
Regardless, Dom really outdid himself with that one. I like DJ Trace's old shit as well but his best stuff always features the Tramen Break.
Forgot to mention that the Tramen consisted of
>The 3 beats were sampled from these records Flow - model 500 (Alex Reece remix), Samurai-Trace ( Pete Parsons Babylon remix), and most importantly the "amen" with its special snare was taken from.
So maybe you meant one of those.
MAD DE WHOLE AH DEM I SPIN DEM LIKE A WINDMILL
NEW TALK FI DEM GWAN TELLA DEM WE GOT THE SKILL
DANCE CYAN NICE UNLESS WE NAME PON DE BILL
AND THE GIRLS HEAR WE VOICES LIKE DEM DREAMS GET FULFILL
Any other producers here feel like giving up when you realise the style you make is no longer relevant and bores people because it used to be hyped?
I know it's not about the fame or money or even fans, but even I could admit that what I make sounds played out and it annoys me.
some ridiculous bangers have come out of it though
the mumdance stuff is just the template for further evolution, it's gonna stay interesting for a while yet
yeah i have felt the same at times but at the same time i think like this lad too >>51171924
just do what you want man. you'll do that better than if you forced yourself to do something you don't like as much
i never meant to imply all chicago house was boring as fuck, obviously there are bangers just like every genre, but you have to admit it's a homogeneous as fuck genre
just because dance music owes a lot to it doesn't mean it's still interesting
What's all this shit about stuff not being "dancey" enough for these threads?
/bleep/ should just be about underground electronic music in general.
When we start bitching about genre, discussions get quashed.
So a while back when somebody was advocating for a less hardline stance on bloops he said something along the lines of might have been Squarepusher's more straight up tracks would get shat on posted here, but if somebody posted Carl Craig's more ambient stuff people would be all like 'based Detroit I'm not worthy'.
Anyway, I've only listened to Landcruising, what's a good stylistic spread of Carl Craig releases?
i dont care if this is more bloop than bleep, im posting it anyway.
it's too bad this guy's bi polar or something and can't get his shit together.
u-ziq tried for years to release 0=0 (2 cds i think?) but it never happened because he'd go missing for months at a time
i think there was gonna be an equinox retrospective cd similar to the bizzy b and remarc ones but it never happened for some reason, shame
sorry but whats wrong with him, (i dont come to /bleep/ often so i dont know)
Also, what did you think of Lambeth, i thought it was good but he needs to release an ep or something.
Anyone into Gang of Ducks here?
dug these up from my old computer's hdd. lucky i still have it actually.
if i remember right i got these from some russian forum back in 2008/2009. scanned them just to make sure lol... virus-free.
i couldnt be arsed to fix the tags because pretty much all of the tracks were never legitimately released in the first place. some of these may have been culled from mixes that were floating around, im not sure.
afaik most of these tracks date back to the early 2000s. also running / reflux was a terrible pressing in the first place so even though these are 128kbps ur not really missing out on that much.
>i think there was gonna be an equinox retrospective cd
Damnit find a way to make this still happen Mike.
Also new compilation on Horizons Music is out, should be good. A lot of good shit has come out recently all at once.
np. the whole "deepchord presents echospace" thing was an odd way of marketing the album on modern love anyway. i didn't really see the point: dubtech fans were always going to >buy the album anyway, so there was no need to attract them to it by slapping the deepchord name on it. and for anybody else, they probably don't even know or care about the deepchord name anyway, so "DEEPCHORD PRESENTS" wouldn't have been a big draw.
it sounds kind of tacky to me honestly. meh