but i got coursework to do so i prolly aint gonna contribute
it's very rare, it's almost only l'ingénu who shares very good and varied stuff
but well if you are in the same state of mind we dont need to be fag too
let's dance on the new Bambounou
British, or American, or whatever, are not the problem, and will never be. It's the obsession with British originated bleep, and the circlejerk around it.
Britain is a birthplace of bleep, and tons of quality sound are coming from there everyday, so don't get me wrong, I'm accusing the state of mind, not the country.
And that Bambounou track is bliss.
bassline is both the funnest and funniest genre of dance music
listen to hoverbass and mugshot
absolutely no pretense of anything except dirty bass in these tunes
who the fuck decided to make up a new "genre" for their poorly produced breakcore by tying it closely with shitty pedobait anime imagery and samples, and how did it catch on with anyone ever?
>11 minute track
>minimal beat with a 909 kick, clap and hi-hats
>distorted and stretched vocal sample
>after 6 minutes a melody consisting of 3 chords fades in and repeats until the end of the track
>>minimal beat with a 909 kick, clap and hi-hats
>>distorted and stretched vocal sample
>>after 6 minutes a melody consisting of 3 chords fades in and repeats until the end of the track
Saw Mondkopf yesterday, then went on for a neat little "after" with some friends, where we mixed tracks we discovered recently. It was a cool evening.
D-Knox - Mind Calming
Birdsmackingmachine - Bonfume
19.4188.8.131.52.5.18 - When I Think Of...
we did go to room 1 as avery was about to start, but it was too packed for me, i need a bit more space to enjoy the vibes. plus shed was still going at it in room 2 so it was fine regardless.
fkin bored, evry1 post tunes
tfw live in london but uni elsewhere and really really wanted to go to fabric for last night but was way too busy with work etc.
now finished worked and bored as fuck cos no-one goes out on saturdays here
tempted to bomb some and stick on livity sound remixes tbh
tbh, if i lived in london i'd be going to fabric on a regular basis. i didn't even realise how big the place is.
also, to the guy from the previous thread who was looking for someone to tag along with in fabric last night: i'm sorry, but we had to leave for london around 6 and i didn't see your reply.
fabric is the ting. if u wanna go regularly (i go every other week pretty much) u gotta buy fabricfirst membership. 5 quid a month and it gets u 10 pound entry and skip tha queue and a free monthly cd. so nice
holy shit what happened. welp at any rate
that d-knox tune is rad. try this one on for size
So in my local shop I stumbled upon a ragged looking old dubplate with the words "98" written on it in sharpie.
Here's a rip of what was on it. Is this what I think it is?
>tfw Shy FX, Grant Nelson, Artful Dodger, MJ Cole, Larry Heard, El-B, Armand Van Helden, MK, Wookie, Zed Bias, Todd Edwards, Jeremy Sylvester, DJ Premier, and Paul Woolford are all doing remixes for Disclosure and Sam Smith now
Fuck the music industry
Stealth/rescue rooms has a good sound system and is nice and big with three rooms, but the crowd there can be a bit bellendish.
There's Brickworks which is my personal fav, it's like a big warehouse-type space with bare brick walls all around.
Marcus Garvey ballroom is probably my least fav as it looks like an old community hall where you'd hold your Aunt's surprise 60th birthday party, plus the sound isn't that good.
Market bar and Lacehouse are both decent venues though they're quite small.
There's also the Irish Centre which is where this upcoming night I mentioned is, but I haven't been there before so I dunno what it'll be like.
>what is your point exactly?
It's just sad that older pioneers are now being commissioned to do remixes for second rate tracks by a pop group that waters down house and garage for the Radio 1 and American EDM crowd.
all I'm saying is that it's pop music. people are acting like it's absolute shit when there are tons of awful house and garage tracks out there that are worse. it's a lot of twisted undies over nothing.
>they don't listen exclusively to euro-dance and uplifting trance
>they think they have good taste
Is what Disclosure does really so bad though? I'll admit that there are some stinkers on Settle but if it was released under a different name or if they had stayed underground, bleep would be all over it. There are strong heights on Settle, you have to admit that. Older pioneers need to make money too. It's not like they have to stop doing what they're doing and give up their talents to make remixes for Disclosure, there's room for everything. Stop your contrarian ways.
I don't really listen to the pirates much anymore, tbh, but when I'm driving, I'm sometimes listen to Flex FM which is 99.7 or Kool FM which is 94.6. I mostly just listen to Rinse, though.
>but if it was released under a different name or if they had stayed underground, bleep would be all over it.
Nope. The whole album is radio friendly. It's got that Radio 1 glossy production all over it. That's why I don't like it, because it's a pop album foremost and a dance album second.