I'm sorry but that is objectively shit and not /bleep/ in the slightest
for the sake of discussion, here's how you do a proper AFX sound-a-like
Some people I know are starting a label, here's their first mix/sampler: https://soundcloud.com/crucialandfresh/cosmic-pint-glass-anyone-got-my-keys-mix-crucial-fresh-mix-drastroturf
What do you guys think? I'm listening now.
Well, it's not mine because I don't make music. just find it interesting with this kind of music it's either RDJ or it's shit. Why not compare it to squarepusher, jodey kendrick, macc doghn, steinvord, wisp, or any other Rephlex artist? Is it just simpler since those artists seemingly fall under the RDJ umbrella too?
aphex was arguably the first to make it his signature sound, hence the comparisons
the artists you listed happen to make music which is closer to aphex's style than the track you linked to and/or at the very least make their own unique thing while also boasting significant influence. the track in >>53514480 is neither a decent tribute to RDJ's music nor a unique thing on it's own.
british people at clubs
>"having a good night, mate?"
>"fucking tune, mate"
>"you got any spare chewing gum please, mate?"
>"really nice to have met you, mate"
>"you going to the hessle audio thing tomorrow, mate?"
>"what record labels do you like, mate?"
americans at a club
>"LETS DO SHOTS BRO!!!!"
>"LET ME RUN MY PICK UP ARTIST SET ON THAT HOT BABE THERE BRO!!!!"
>"EDM ROCKS BRO!!!!!!"
>"IM GONNA RAPE THAT CHICK OVER THERE ON THE WAY HOME BRO!!"
>"THIS LIL JON SONG ROCKS BRO!!!!!!"
The combat dancing looks fun.
In all seriousness though the UK, Germany, Holland and Belgium are the best places for clubbing. USA is ok and Japan is bad.
Live in London at the mo', used to live in Tokyo and have visited the States a bunch of times.
>go to US club
>get shot by police
>go to UK club
>get mugged by Jamal
>go to Japanese club
>become black belt ronin with PHD in kunai manipulation
how id discussing club culture shitposting?
just because u don't go clubbing, so can't engage in the discussion, doesn't mean it's shitposting
i actually much prefer talking about clubbing/raving in these threads than just being spammed with irrelivant youtube links from americans
yeah he's right. Well at least shitposting threads move fast so hopefully the wastemen will be tired by the time the new one comes
>how id discussing club culture shitposting?
>"go to a UK club get mugged/go to an american club get shot"
dancing in clubs is literally illegal in japan. look it up
>if you dance, we will stop you dancing.
>The archaic law has loomed over Japan's nightlife scene since 1948. Though only occasionally enforced, it states that dancing in public venues is illegal without a special license—and even then the license is only allowed until midnight.
>"The biggest thing that will change in this law is that you can now dance at night," says Kenji Kosaka, a member of the Liberal Democratic Party (LDP). "Visitors from overseas would come here to Japan and they'd wonder why they can't dance, even though you can dance at night anywhere overseas."
I'm the guy that lived there.
It's already been answered by others but to add to that the Japanese are generally reserved and introverted, they're just not that much fun to party with.
And yeh, drugs are SUPER illegal and expensive there which doesn't help matters.
It's probably just an archaic law they haven't removed because nobody really enforces it. There are tons of laws like that in the US which aren't enforced but are still there
>Can't walk around with an apple in your back pocket
>can't eat ice cream on sundays
I seriously doubt it is outright "illegal" to dance in Japan, and more than likely the law is "enforced" by clubs that simply don't want to deal with the youth. Talking out of my ass in that last paragraph btw
so it is selectively enforced
a club could be bleeps oriented and they could allow people to dance right? it isn't like cops are going to swarm the place and demand people to stop dancing?
>american bleep hours
pretty slow, but some tunes posted, dumb/noob question here and there, shitposting between adtg and summer
>brit bleep hours
>a-americans suck lol right lads?
>we're pretty irrelvant now a days but lads, brit still #1 always and forever god save the queen lol
IM THE MC
NOBODY SPITS LIKE ME
ROOM FULL OF WHITE CHAVS
THIS SONG IS TIGHT, EH BRAV?
i think its illegal because there was a lot of prostitution in post war japan and all the hookers hung out at lounges were people would meet and dance. the Japanese govt. though it would be easier to ban dancing than fix their hooker problem
not my cup of tea genrewise but I could see some creative vocal chopping/sampling making it a lot more interesting. Production wise I can't find any major flaws, but I don't listen to this type of stuff so that's that....
Superior Nippon Problem Solving at work
i do check some of them out, maybe try and start some discussion about the artist or the release itself. or anything related, really.
only works for stuff i'm familiar with, though. if it's dnb or jungle then i'm clueless.
Hey partners. Anyone hear the new Skream?
yeah, it's just mostly the songs posted in here are shit/not even real club music
i'd much rather just listen to tunes i've heard on nights out, on radio, in mixes from actual good djs, the new music group on facebook, what my friends are listening to and new releases from record labels/producers that i already like
oh you finally arrived man, I was starting to get worried
>"yeah, it's just mostly the songs posted in here are shit/not even real club music"
>real club music
It's kinda sad and funny to see somebody with such a narrow view of what "club music" is. Even the term "club music" is retarded because it implies club culture is a homogeneous thing around the world. What makes /bleeps/ threads good is that you can find a lot of new/interesting music from around the world, or even from other eras, that you didn't know existed in the club environment. I don't come here to cream over Basic Channel releases or w/e.
>new releases from record labels/producers that i already like
you sound like a boring person tbh
if it's just a link with nothing else in the post then no, i have never listened to one of those
if there's some discussion of sorts then yeah i might check it
plug.dj means i dont bother at all now though
What do you think of Rodz-Konez?
I found a label pack on rutracker after having listened to Makaton's collab with Olga+Jozef. Seems to be full of old school, borderline autistic, fast and heavy techno releases, like I sometimes dig them.
Lots of them may have aged pretty badly tho, and god their cover arts are cheesy.
Makaton - Lebanon Hard-Wire [MAK001 - 1999]
Olga+Jozef - Untitled (B1) [MAK011 - 2002]
Hell, I wish I could give you more links, but half of their catalog isn't up on Youtube (sometimes for good reasons sadly).
I know have all Olga+Jozef releases in MP3, I love them too.
I also found a Antidandruff 12" at Rush Hour in Amsterdam, I suggest you listen to them if you don't already know them.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6J-T6UWguW0 (sounds better at a faster speed imho).
Also, this mix is godtier.
nah the only times you get ridiculous queues are when you are either downloading a new #hype album, or if its some very rare and obscure bleeps, which soulseek is much better at than what.cd
slsk started out as a bleeps sharing programs. I don't have a what.cd but I seriously doubt they are even close to slsk when it comes to obscure/old bleeps
Passing the interview like you said (yeah I'm this lazy), and I fear that with my crappy as hell internet connection, I won't be able to maintain a correct ratio.
If I was to receive an invite from someone, I'd be very glad, but I fear what I just mentioned before.
>lmao butthurt about not being on what.cd
oh yes so mad I can't download #hype releases that will be on slsk 3 days later lmao
you're probably wrong in that regard. Like I said, slsk probably has a much better selection of old/obscure bleeps that what.cd.
Feb 23rd on Classicworks / tape and digital
+ a 12" on Jacktone Records this spring
>oh yes so mad I can't download #hype releases that will be on slsk 3 days later lmao
yeah but that's not what it's good for. you're so pathetic you'll get into an argument defending something against something you know nothing about, rather than be willing to learn
i've used both what.cd and soulseek over the years and i'll take what.cd any day of the week
>don't have to deal with seeding
>don't have to be "interviewed" by an autistic redditor about music formats
>superior obscvre trve Club Music
>hard to find shit
slsk mstr rc
>you don't have to deal with seeding on what.cd if you don't want to
>you don't have to be interviewed if you get an invite (like i was going to do for you)
>lots of obscure and trve club music on what
>lots of hard to find shit
as i say, unlike you i've used both and i prefer what.cd (also we have relatively similar tastes, it seems). keep blinding defending something against something you've proven you know nothing about, though
hnnnng highly recommend speedking productions, most of their comps are on rutracker
Pied Piper > Functionz on the Low.
You'll only really like it if you like UK Hardcore/Happy Hardcore/Gabber.
I mean, J-Core isn't actually a genre of music, it's just UK Hardcore/Hardcore/Hard House with anime vocal samples.
The japs make some cool Makina though.
you may hate this, some of the Thunderdome stuff can get mad cheesy, but there's some serious gems inside their mixes
also, speedcore, specifically french stuff