>omg le bong banter
>americans can't handle the bantz right lads?
chavs are the cancer that's killing /bleeps/
Just got back from school OP?
Looking for more deep house like https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TLRTjA_1Ivc
fuck u op how fucking dare u start a thread like this
i am triggered how am i supposed dub techno with an image like that starting the thread fuk u
anyone got experience with 4-fa?
thinkin about taking it as an mdma replacement to give my serotonin a bit of a break. also the fact that it lasts long, so i won't have to redose, sounds nice
how long does it last? i'm reading like ~10 hours? thinking about starting off on 100mg
y'all need to take some drugs
>i will be seeing atleast 20 wordclass acts this month
>u might catch an edm gig in ur flyover state loool
you mean a bunch of shitty grime/UKG acts nobody outside of Landan gives a flying fuck about??
>propa banger innit
>tfw wont ever be in an 90's illegal rave on acid witnessing this live with my brother: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S5UBYOv1G9A.
I haven't heard anything about it, who's playing? Last CMYK I went to was just the residents and it was pretty bad, I remember hearing Disclosure and other stuff in that vein. And it was at Marcus Garvey Ballroom (AKA worst venue in Notts).
>Steffi - Hard Hitting Horizon [OSTGUTCD032]
haha, I was there. I left with about a girl at about 2, I didn't do drugs at that point so I remember it being shit.
Not heard anything about the line-up, dunno if they've even announced it yet.
is Goldie a chav?
pic related is what I'm studying atm, it's great
>Daft Punks early output is legendary.
popular /=/ good. you out of all people should know this
i:Cube's turds are better than anything Daft Punk has ever done. Lifting old disco/funk basslines, adding vocoders and mass market it to plebs is not "legendary". It's successfully commercial
how old are you? I received Homework in 1997 and, along with Fatboy Slim, Prodigy, and Orbital, that was one of 3 albums that got me into electronic music.
see above ^^
Daft Punk haters need to watch this IMO: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rd0j8kcNuU4
>9/10 for a country that has been irrelevant in /bleep/ since 2007
anglocentric chavs, everyone
look, this music was introduced to me at a young age. and, at that age, i was simply not aware of the commercial viability of this music nor was i even interested in electronic music production
obviously, as an adult, i see the pros and cons to listening/liking Daft Punk. it is pop music, plain and simple.
i think to dismiss Daft Punk like you would Justice (who i dislike) is doing a dis-service as, while they sample and may sample more than i would, their production is top notch.
anyone interested in production (as in recording, mixing, mastering, etc) should at least pay attention to their output IMO.
my fault, thats a shit clip. this is a series of videos from their first ever live PA (not DJ set) in the US, Madison WI of all places. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-zN57gbUel8
i:Cube could take a shit on a turntable and it would be better than le Daft Punk
Daft Punk were a successfully commercial duo producing generic "french House" music that was easy to dance to and sampled entire (catchy) disco and funk basslines from obscure producers and was marketed to plebs. Hence the wide appeal
The same people who praise them are the same ones who look at a lot of god-awful 90's music with nostalgia glasses and pretend it was good.
Also, I still remember when RAM dropped and a lot of /mu/ was praising it because it was 'revolutionary'. Ignoring the fact that Jamiroquai has been doing it 100x better, for the past 15 years
>ITP: /mu/tard cancer trying to fit in with the /bleep/ crew by attempting edgy hipster behavior
Do you even Da Mongoloids? Or Bangalter's solo material in general? I don't mind edgy hipsterism as long as it's directed towards genuinely overrated and shitty artists, what you are doing right now though is expressing your absolute lack of knowledge and thus contribute nothing but shitposting.
>Thats not true tho, everyone shitted on RAM because it wasn't Discovery 2.0
I said "a lot". And no, not "everyone" shitted on it. A lot of people liked it even though it was the most boring snoozefest since a washed up tangerine dream. A common complaint I heard about "Get Lucky" was 'it needs more robot voices'. That tells you a lot about their fanbase
we're not discussing side acts, you knob, we're discussing Daft Punk. If Bangalter's produces 10/10 bleeps music on the side, that has to fuck all about the fact that Daft Punk is mediocre
I am discussing early Daft Punk in general you germanaboo.
Find me a single funk sample in link related. You can shit on Daft Punk all you want but to deny their influence on house music past the mid 90's is just plain childish.
that's the point. Daft Punk's modern fanbase is so ignorant that they though the album was revolutionary due to "disco + robots", while Jamiroquai had been doing a million times better since the 90s
surprisingly that exists
>mfw it was just Turny and Angry Dub Techno Guy shitposting after all
I'm really not around that much these days, the rest of the board is constantly hidden apart from my vain attempts at downtempo discussion and I'm too out the loop for new music to keep up with /bleep/ now
and OP made another garridge (2 in a row now) edition bleeps expecting a shitpost fest
hint: stop thinking I'm the only one person on /mu/ who doesn't like garage
>Innerspace Halflife - Phazzled
would be better if you just ignored him and didnt argue back
although you are guilty of starting the arguments yourself a lot of the time, which you need to stop fucking doing. seriously give it a rest. who actually gives a shit about garage anyway, it's a dead genre and has been for like 13 years, i really dont see /mu/'s fixation with it (as much as i like it).
i think its because part of being a music nerd is obsessing over moments in music history. also, being a music nerd, specifically on /mu/, is a constant pissing contest between egos to see who is the king of the hill
not saying its good or anything, but its something i experience in real life as well as on the internet
i just find it weird how it's garage that is talked about here constantly, garage out of all genres lol
i get the obsessing over moments in music history because i do it with dubstep and grime but i would expect something like techno or jungle to be far more frequently discussed on /mu/. but nope... garage...
i dont know, i feel like over the summer this place was dominated by 4/4 house and techno, perhaps leading to what we're dealing with now.
all i really ever talk about is techno and house, pretty much all ill post, too. aside from the occasional dubstep track.
if we could discuss other genres, id probably exclusively share hardcore punk stuff
I'm wondering what you guys think of KOAN Sound; I don't come to these threads often. Also are there any other artists like this.
I am not complaining about garage. I don't care about it. If you want to post and talk about it in /bleeps/, I don't care
All I'm saying is that 90% of the times, /bleeps/ threads turn to shit when they put put the obvious b8 right on the topic. A lot of people on /mu/ don't like garage. Yes its stupid for them to turn to shitposting (and like I said, it's funny how people think I'm the only one who hates it. Plenty of times I've seen "hurrr ADTBG put ur trip back on while I was posting music) but even stupider are the ones making these threads knowing that there is a big chance it will be top shitposting
tl;dr: don't blame me or people who don't like garage. blame the idiots who put the b8 right on the thread. the only times /bleeps/ threads go well is when they are white label, no edition.
>implying I was the one shitposting
>implying the OP isn't the stupider one for using top b8
is it too hard to use a white label? I'm telling literally what to do to avoid people getting butthurt and all you're saying is "whaaa b-but I like that photo why can't I used it"
>/bleeps/ thread: white label edition, no genres
>civilized discussion of garridge, dubtechno, whatever
>bleeps thread: Bong Edition: Alright lads get in
>"this is the 3rd garage edition bleeps thread fuck off"
>LOL CAN'T HANDLE THE BANTZ LMAO WHY SO BUTTHURT HURRR
i wouldn't even care if u just shitposted about garage
but the way u then go "omg look 100 replies of pure shit i've wrote!!! this is all garages fault for ruining the thread"
fuck off, either deal with it or make the new thread urself
why do I need to chill? I'm telling you how to avoid having another shitty bleeps thread ruined by shitposters who get butthurt over nothing
and we could avoid another shitty bleeps thread if you anglos would stop being twats and leave it blank. attracting trolls then whining when the thread is shit
done it plenty of times m8, and it's been successful, because I'm not a cunt and I don't go "hurrr Dub Techno edition". Would it be stupid if people shitposted it because they don't like dub? of course But even stupider would be making it "X edition" and then pretend you weren't doing it for the shitposting
how do you feel about earlier dubstep? i personally hate this kind of shit, so not going to be very good at listing similar artists
id encourage you to listen to BBC's Dub Warz. if that sounds good to you, then youll have no problem finding great producers
>Scott Grooves - Bitter Sweet
>Timmy Regisford - Track For Downtown 161
lol who the fuck cares what the photo in the op is
the op pic rarely discussed anyway unless its some new, anticipated, hyped release or new based Fourtet photo
commes des fuckdown
what happened in 2007 that stopped it being relevant? what's not happening there now too?
>UK + germany 10/10
>Eastern Europe + Russia 6/10
>everywhere else 1-5/10
would rather listen to trap with fratboys drinking bud lite out of a red plastic cup with my cap on backwards than yuck garbage shite like
are we talking about club nights or a house party?
if the latter, then yeah im w/ u
if the former, you have exceptional autism
on a side note, saying how top based 10/10 the UK is in every thread, contained within a minimum of 15% of the 300 posts per thread...that doesnt show how insecure you guys are lol? idk, to me, looks pretty pathetic
>Vakula - New Romantic
Moving to London after I graduate next year.
How weird would it be if I went clubbing on my own?
insecure chav detected rofl
uk has as much shit music as the us, fact remains that in ye olde days the us contributed more to dance music development than the uk did
fact remains that the us and germany is what matters and the uk is an irrelevant shithole inhabited by insecure retards lmfao
im from manchester and i think that everyone constantly spamming shit about yanks and burgers and rating the USA like 3/10 needs to give it a fucking rest tbh
even ignoring all the great house, techno, disco etc. that came/comes out of america, all the bigging up of the UK does is makes you all seem like utter cunts, and makes you seem very very insecure. just chill out
Going out tomorrow on my own, I often do this since my friends aren't into bleeps. That's not weird at all, people don't care.
If you're a nice guy it's easy to make friends with a group of people for the night.
it's fine. like once you're in a club, no one knows that you're on your own really. you're just part of the crowd
that said, u can come clubbing with me and my m8s if u want. just say ur some family friend or something that recently moved to london ;DD
Listen to my label.
>Jungle, Breakbeat Hardcore, 90's rave shit.
i dont post on /bleep/ but i listened to all of these and thought they were pretty fucking good
i was waiting for wack bars or whatever and sure there were a few but overall these guys spit pretty well
is /bleep/ full of the kind of MC-hating middle class hipsters that shove MC-ing out of MC-born artforms that produced some of the most boring and samey hip-hop and garage ever?
y'all just can't have no fun, lol, no music unless it's decontextualized from its origins, god forbid there's some scary poor people talking over it the kind you'd shyly cross the street to avoid walking past
post breakbeat hardcore
I like this DJ Metatron, happy stuff
i saw like a dozen posts to the same effect but i guess that was a particularly samey shitposter. shoulda scrolled down to see the people telling him to shut up i guess.
oh this is good shit, thanks for link, this is some fire for sure
to be honest my standards are pretty low, unless it's out and out garbage i'll usually appreciate any MCing.
this is some pretty good bleep am I right? xD
Well yes, Burial likes old school.
Best version of Some Justice.
My MCing standards are pointlessly high. I still maintain this is the best freestyle to ever come of the UK in any genre: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FiuJteASA60
Now the MF and the current Mega account are full, so I've made another one.
(DPR005)  Groove Chronicles - 99, Black Puppet
(GC001)  Groove Chronicles - Another Endless Groove - Stone Cold
(GCR 001)  Various - Groove Chronicles E.P
(AZCD06)  Groove Chronicles Ltd - Blackmarket Presents 2 Step - Volume Two
>UK Garage, Mix CD
i wholly see it as the UK's answer to rap, personally, and i've always been more invested in the vocal side of things, which is spurred further by these surreal fusions of rap and grime and trap EDM and UK Bass in general that are now fusing into one big messy slurry. Danny Brown on grime beats and all.
Kano is insurmountable i'll give you that, some of the best freestyles in general came about in the mid 00s for whatever reason, i'll spend hours cycling through them on youtube sometimes
>UK's answer to rap
That would have been trip hop.
(SOF 001)  Menta - Sounds Of Da Future
(SUIT 001)  Menta - Sounds Of Da Refix
(ROAD002)  Menta - Snake Charmer, Havoc
(SOUL001)  Menta - The Soul
Shame Kano is shit now. I also love this one, espeically given how short it is: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AUL_OBdyUcM
Hello /bleep/, have you guys ever heard Blawan?
I'm absolutely hypnotized by his drums. Do you know any other artists with a similar drum sound?
(EW140CD)  187 Lockdown - Gunman
(EW155CD)  187 Lockdown - Kung-Fu
(SAM00045)  187 Lockdown - All 'N' All
(SAM3275)  187 Lockdown - Gunman
(3984244602)  187 Lockdown - 187:
One of my favourites as well. Made better by the fantastic use of the Fistful of Dollars sample.
UK Garage label ran by El-B and J Da Flex.
(DH-001)  Ghost - Dance Hall EP:
(GH-001)  Ghost - The Club, Two Thousand, Bison:
(GH-002)  Ghost - Lyrical Tempo, Count It Off, Hesitation:
(GHOST 003)  Ghost - The Spooks:
(GHOST 004)  Ghost - Buck & Bury, Back2Me:
(GHOST 005)  Roxy Vs El-B - Endorse & Set It:
y'know I think if a lot of this stuff didn't have the goofy ass vocals I'd like it a lot more. Too bad I find the emceeing laughably horrible
downloading some of it anyway. danke
Texture Records (http://www.discogs.com/label/8050-Texture-Records):
Darqwan's UK Garage label.
(TEXTURE 001)  Darqwan - Confused, Disaster:
(TEXTURE 002)  Darqwan - Nocturnal:
(TEXTURE003)  Darqwan - Said The Spider:
(TEXTURE 004)  Mark One - Turn It Up:
(TEXTURE 005)  Darqwan - Metro:
(TEXTURE 006)  Darqwan and Mark One - The Remix E.P:
(TEXTURE 007)  Darqwan - Taiwan Ink:
(TEXTURE 008)  Search And Destroy - Food Chain, Brain Teaser:
(TEXTURE 009)  Darqwan - Rob One 7:
(TEXTURE 010)  Loefah vs. Darqwan - Sukkah, Warrior Stance:
(TEXTURE 011)  Benga & Walsh vs Darqwan - Addicts, Megatection:
Vocals as in vocal samples of actual MCing? Because there are almost no properly good UK Garage MCs.
>that fucking obsession with spelling things
>completely nonsensical rhymes
>just saying sounds to keep up with the tempo of the track
Some people think MC Grindah from PJDN is some sort of parody of a UKG MC. I honestly think he is basically the same as some of the actual famous UKG MCs who were on tracks in the late 90s/early 00s.
In my experience if you avoid the big club anthems that were released on corporate labels, UKG doesn't have many vocals.
Various - 2003 - 1Xtra Anniversary Mix:
>UK Garage, Dark Garage, Grime, Dubstep, Mixed by J Da Flex
Flow Dynamics - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rb6ruQIOCPg
Fdel - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fApb6YnkXqo
Fort Knox Five - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CEiqpn9WmtY
Featurecast - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HvU3UqRzuA4
Basement Freaks - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n_mhnRpqJFo
Skeewiff - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QjEXB_ysPFg
Niles Philips - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ztXK1F7Xzuc
Slynk - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MVOB1QZGRe0
Not bad. I do like soulful vocals in house music, just the comically over-the-top jamaican toasting/mcing I hate.
You (and probably everyone else) might have heard this already but still.
(TEMPACD 012)  El-B - Ammunition & Blackdown Present The Roots Of El-B
I do like some of it though, this is one of my favourite sets (you will definitely not like it since it's all MCing and more of the big commericial UKG hits).
Also everything I've said for UKG applies to Grime. Instrumental Grime is amazing sometimes.
Yeah, but the problem is that he adopted a totally different workflow with Karenn. It's mostly analog sounds and a few effects, while his solo work is more sample-based, pitch-shifted fuckery.
This is what I'm talking about, thanks
I might be called a nerd by all the cool guys here, but I was listening to Street Fighter III: Third Strike OST and I was surprised by all the good songs that it has.
there are some specially good breaks songs here and there, worth checking out.
heh its hilarious to hear "stock" techno old school samples/FX in some of these. But I guess that's part of the asthetic
Yeah, I find a lot of the drum programming/instrumentation interesting but yeah, the vocals ruin it for me. I grew up listening dancehall/reggae and their spawns, so I might've just grown tired of it.
Anyway, thanks for the link, downloading some
I am forever listening to the 3rd Strike OST. Favourite tracks off it:
Killing Moon is probably my overall favourite but I am enjoying Jazzy Nyc '99 a lot more recently for some reason.
Yuzo Koshiro and Hideki Naganuma are the two other /bleep/ video game OST producers I like the most.
Don't suppose you have a link to that documentary at hand?
Bug Records (http://www.discogs.com/label/4449-Bug-Records)
UK Garage label ran by Ramsey & Fen
(BUG 001)  Ramsey & Fen - Style
(BUG 003)  Ramsey & Fen - Love Bug (The Limited Edition '99 Remixes)
(BUG 005)  Ramsey & Fen - Always
(BUG 005)  Ramsey & Fen - Colour
(BUG 007)  Ramsey & Fen Feat. Memsey - Into You
(BUG 011)  Ramsey & Fen - You Know
(BUG 012)  Ramsey + Fen - Style (Original & 2002 Remixes)
(BUG 014)  Ramsey & Fen - What You Want, Playboy
>I grew up listening dancehall/reggae and their spawns
This better include Jungle.
Yeah I found the official site for it.
This is my favourite track from any of the Streets of Rage OSTs.
Unrelated but Rage - Streets of Rage Volume 1 and 2 are good Grime mixtapes.
nah, I don't like UK's approach to that part of bleeps. Too much bass fetishism for my taste and again, the mcing is like a retard dancehall MC on his 9th line of cocaine. The only 90s UK bleep I was into were old school and prog trance/house
I agree, Klling Moon and NYC 99 are the best tracks out of the game
NYC 99 will always remind me of this:
Elena's and Dudley's stages are also good for the dancefloor.
you think this is a fucking game?
I really thought you would have been referring to some i:Cube other than Picnic Attack, because that's the only release I've heard and it even doesn't come close to Daft Punk's work
Once again, have you actually listened to any Jungle without vocals as there are loads.
But then again if you're not into rolling basslines you won't like it.
>tfw Daigo did that again in Moment 37 reloaded last year but still ended up losing 2-0
Dudley's theme is great, it's one of only three themes which they didn't completely fuck up in SF4's OST (the other two being Zangief's and Makoto's).
I'll be updating the new Mega folder with more UKG and Grime shit later on.
(FLAKE 023)  Various - Ice Cream Old School Selection Volume 1:
>UK Garage, Garage House
Never heard the original but it souns cool. It has made me realise that since I like Altern 8 I should probably check out Nexus 21 as well.
Ice Cream Records (http://www.discogs.com/label/4212-Ice-Cream-Records):
(FLAKE 001)  R.I.P. Productions - Pick Me Up, The Horns
(FLAKE 002)  R.I.P. Productions - Ripe 'n' Ready EP
(FLAKE 003)  Guess Who - Flava On Wax EP
(FLAKE 004)  R.I.P. Productions - Club Trax Vol 1
(FLAKE 005)  R.I.P Productions - R.I.P. Grooves Vol. 1
(FLAKE 006)  R.I.P. Productions - Deep Dubs Vol. 1
(FLAKE 007)  R.I.P. - Ripe 'n' Ready Vol. 2
(FLAKE 008)  R.I.P. - Club Trax Vol 2
(FLAKE 009)  R.I.P. Productions - Nu Jams Vol 1
(FLAKE 010)  R.I.P. - Double 99
(FLAKE 011)  R.I.P. and N7 and GMM Productions - 4 x 4 Vol 1
>recieving female attention
Normalfags pls leave.
On a unrelated note:
>Friend's older brother is ging to Fabric tomorrow
>He's going to see Ed Rush B2B Rockwell, Black Sun Empire and Phace & Misanthrop
>He doesn't know anything about D&B but thinks it 'might be alright.'
That's one hell of a line up, the lucky bastard.
Dunno, whenever I don't have work/whenever I am procrastinating from doing work (like today). Despite my co-worker's efforts, I more or less live in /bleep/ all day, just follow the threads and you'll see new shit (and old shit) every now and then.
So are we all in agreement that "Rip Groove" is the official song of /bleep/?