tunes & tunes talk
memery & shitposting
he still puts out some tip top tunes
everyone knows how easy it would be for him to do some bait top 40 shit with all of his releases
but he's still keeping it fairly raw
he's walking the fine line between undergroudn and mainstream
he knows his dubstep too. played at DMZ a few years back and has releases on practically all the top dubstep labels.
don't get me wrong, i wasn't the greatest fan of his recent album but his EPs that he's done since have been bretty gub
got mad love for old blake stuff and have seen him at a DMZ night too
the question was who is the bigger sell out
i can understand not liking him now but his older stuff is really well produced and has a place in dubstep history tbh.
all that harmonised "classical music" influence that he did on dubstep has been imintated but never bettered.
limit to your love
air and lack thereof
order / pan
you must have shat yourself the first time you heard these tunes
I'd be more inclined to like him if he just shut the fuck up. Besides the Dubstep I like is the shit which sounds not too far removed from darker UKG so all his minimal/classical shit doesn't really do anything for me.
Also he is mad, mad overrated. He maybe has one or two good EPs and everything else is completely forgettable.
>Sorry is it just me that cannot hear any lyrics within this song! and thinks this man has just made a beat and put james blakes name on to get likes and subscribers?
(Shitty pic since i dont have my cam here)
how can you hate earl gray, don't tell me you're a green tea man
Come on man, even without looking it up I know that NWA used the Amen Break in a track earlier than that.
According to whosampled this is the oldest track they have which featured the Amen Break.
The first Hip-Hop producer to dismember the drum sounds of the Amen break and reprogram them into a new pattern was Mr. Mixx of 2 Live Crew on their 1987 song "Feel Alright Y'all" from the Move Somethin' album, followed by the Mantronix sample-heavy track "King of the Beats" in 1988
You can even hear another part of Amen Brother sampled on Salt N Pepa - I Desire, not just the break.
jungle and sample-based breakbeat music was actually invented in 1979 by post-punk band This Heat
but even before that it was invented in 1958 by avant-garde musicians Tom Dissevelt & Kid Baltan
Imaginary Landscape is the title of several pieces by American composer John Cage. The series comprises the following works:
Imaginary Landscape No. 1 (1939)
>for two variable-speed turntables, frequency recordings, muted piano, and cymbal
"A solid-state drive (SSD) (also known as a solid-state disk though it contains no actual disk, nor a drive motor to spin a disk)"
Hard Drives are actually becoming outdated technology
Fuck that flash drive shit.
>Hard Drives are actually becoming outdated technology
Perfect for clubs, then.
>not scatching your HDDs to flexibly access data on the fly.
>definition a DJ
noun: DJ; plural noun: DJs
a person who introduces and plays recorded popular music on radio.
"he was the only DJ to play our last release on the radio"
a person who plays recorded dance music at a club or party.
"a DJ will spin tunes"
a person who uses samples of recorded music to make dance or rap music.
play recorded music on radio or at a club or party.
"he DJ'ed for 5 hours non-stop"
Well I'm using the literal definition.
Look up disc, then look up the word Jockey
A DJ is in my opinion, someone who Jockeys discs. Someone who simply hits play to a song on the radio is someone who simply hits play to a song on the radio in my opinion.
>Carl remixing Garnier
Did not know this,thanks.
Although we do get some really nice parties from time to time
LIES is a pretty good label. it's hit and miss but some of their best stuff is seriously good, i really do not get the hate at all
are people really serious when hating on lies? I mean the label has been instrumental in the memesound of today so if you come in and only heard about the label last year I can get that you hate it but if you saw the rise you can't really speak any bad words
people in these threads seem to actually dislike it for some reason, probably because all they associate it with is this meme thing so they think its cool to hate it. my opinion is that the music should speak for itself
They have good parties, I just don't think its really big. But maybe its compared to the idea I have from the other scenes (UK). I live far from lisbon, got like 1 or 2 bleep related clubs
It's because /mu/ cottoned on and in a way /bleep/ defines itself as not /mu/.
Personally I'm not a big fan, I remember when I first heard Feelings coming in on Fabric 67 I thought my Hi-Fi speakers were blown; that track used to disgust me so much.
Some lo-fi tracks are nice, I've got these;
But on the whole I find LIES takes some getting used to.
I really don't know about it, it's just that I'm part portuguese and all my portuguese friends tell me that there are some great parties there.
I guess I'll have to find out by myself someday.
>in a way /bleep/ defines itself as not /mu/
shouldnt be to the extent that good music that was widely liked up until a few months ago is suddenly disliked. i'm not the biggest LIES fan but to say that it's a shit label (as a lot of people on here do) is just hating for the sake of hating
anyone know where to get matt black record outer-sleeves from? i.e. not the ones that get finger prints all over them
been googling all over the shop but can't find any but they obvs exist as i've got a load on records i've bought