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Daily reminder to enjoy yourself.
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first :^)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KBT_umJ0sp0
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What do you think of the new Shackleton EP /bleep/? I can imagine the first track being used as a sunday morning set ender.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yzNW_w_p8io
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eDkF2Sgwxbk
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QcW6mRUcJbY
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Anybody seen James Zabiela? The industry makes out like he's GOAT potential but I never hear anybody talk about him.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JByT3WgRljA
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>>48858811
i'm a huge shackleton fan and i thought it sucked
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>>48858887
>>48858811
i like it much more than freezing opening thawing, but imo it still doesn't compare to his 140 stuff
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bleep dun know bout the roadman joel @RoadManJoel

http://www.gumtree.com/p/community/for-hire-joel-actual-road-man-100-confidential/1065980565
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>>48859518
everyone knows about roadman joel
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>>48859518
got a black ski mask but i dont ski
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I'm just gonna dump some random britbleep until this thread wakes up.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cY-5suCIqac
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NINs6pL36zU
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=22Woqj5pITM
https://soundcloud.com/twilliamsmusic/stand-up-t-williams-l-vis-1990
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uijeNhcTqH0
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>>48859530
no one knows roadman only road knows
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golly i really like this tune :)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VnmZpNuKVQ0
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Is House considered "EDM"? Or is EDM even a thing?
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Test
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>>48859950
EDM is a shitty catchall term for any form of electronic dance music.
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>>48859950
EDM is similiar to dubstep in that it has two meanings depending on where it's used:

>UK/Europe
This side of the pond EDM has a fairly narrow definition: "electronic music and culture popular in America". It's use is almost exclusively derisory; as a way of mocking the pleb tastes of our yankee cousins.

>USA
Stateside, EDM is used broadly to refer to all electronic music. That means mainly EDM to which we refer (i.e electro house, hard house & brostep à la Guetta, Avicii and Skrillex etc) as well as, unfortunately, the more... refined genres such as house, techno and dubstep.
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=93alvDkLX34
bleepy
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Yuropbros, what do you think about the whole 'deep/tech house' craze? I'm talking about stuff like Tchami, Arjuna Schicks, maybe even Oliver Heldens. They call their stuff deep house, but to be honest, it's more at home in the derogatory EDM category that >>48860167 mentioned.

Or am I just a major pleb?
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/mu/ telling me to enjoy myself? huh.
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NEW OBJEKT TRACK

https://soundcloud.com/leisuresystem/objekt-ganzfeld/s-DyEKe

It's pretty good.
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>>48860352
so sick
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>>48860167
>hard house
that's still a thing?
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>>48860289
I only heard about it from /bleep/, but it seems like a natural progression if you consider that US EDM genres are just delayed versions of what occurred in the blur between mainstream and underground in the UK, in a more rapid timeframe.

For example, in the UK:
Dubstep ('04 - '09) -> Electro House ('06 - '11) -> "Deep" house/ future garage ('10 - 14)

US:
Brostep (2009 - 2013) -> Electro House (2011 - 2014) -> "Deep" house (13 - ...)

>London keeps on making it, New York keeps on taking it
Yurop keeps creating it, the US keeps on faking it

Remember that Guetta/Harris/Avicii/SHM were all big in Europe not that long ago, they just moved to US when the market opened up because the $$$ are orders of magnitude bigger
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>>48860797
hahaha
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ok so trolling aside

what is so bad about "edm" genres? like all that amerifat electro house etc
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>>48860899
Tacky, cliché, boring, uninspired, anonymous, made make money and not for the sake of good music, made to appeal to the widest demographic so it's a bland slurry of diluted bullshit with a pop sheen on it
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vc7BZZDrBXU
noice
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>>48860797
It's okay, the US is so big that if even 1/5 EDM fans eventually discover better quality electronic music the scene will be comparable to ours.

And I can't speak for the rest of europe, but in the UK, but EDM-tier listeners vastly outnumber /bleep/ fans. I'm at Uni and on my first day I could find maybe one other person out of my residence of 400 who could name a single /bleep/ record label, although over time that's increased a fair amount since as Bristol has a good scene.

If there's 10 clubs you'd be happy to go to in London, there's 100 more playing shitty electro.
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>>48860983
Yeah but Hessle
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>>48860899
Money ruins everything.

Since the rewards of appealing to the masses are so great, artistic integrity goes out the window and it all becomes a race to the bottom.

In the underground, even the best DJs aren't raking it in; I'm sure there's very few who've seen a million outside of the Ibiza/Festival stalwarts like Carl Cox, Sven Väth, Richie Hawtin etc and look how long they've been doing it.
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>>48861038
?

You mean any uni kid knows Hessle?
...
I wish
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>>48860899
all of these reasons >>48860937

it's all a big cash grab. the music appeals to the lowest common denominator (the most people it possibly can do) by being bland and catchy. it achieves this using universal tropes such as massive buildups and massive drops, and guest vocalists singing ridiculously shallow lyrics which include buzzwords like 'love' and 'tonight'.

the worst thing though is that it just all sounds the same. there's no producers who have a 'signature sound' because it's all produced in the same way and all features the same tropes which i mentioned above.

basically its bad music for people who don't actually care about the music
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>>48861038
literally not a single person i know who isn't into this kind of music knows of hessle audio
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Anyone here a fan of Maceo Plex? Yeah, I know hes sort of popular and has half a million Facebook likes, but I've been jamming to the Conjure One EP all this month
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>>48860352
no one's gonna play this out, it's at such an awkward tempo (147)
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>>48861159
Conjure Drama is a great track, always spin that if i want to play a tech house set.
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Song of the year, if you pls.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V8fwWZD159k
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>>48861232
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is anyone making garage better than circula atm?
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>>48861473
for those who dun kno
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=avLfyNj1nA0
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c5qB3bvGnuM
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zBara5PioPw
i haven't found anyone making unadulterated garage tunes i liked as much since the days of https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qHuhMz8boDw
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>>48861232
it's pretty cool but basically just a trap track, and fuck trap
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Is it sacrilegious to say this1 is better?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YpUSwOGkRRw
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>>48861650
how could you possibly like it more than the original? i mean i like this but skeng is not a track that you can remix really
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Hands up who listened to the new Sophie when they got back from nursery today :)
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>>48861691
i literally don't think that's true, it can be remixed
if the tune didn't have a title and i told you it was just a VIP it'd be fine
obvs it is the banger of a lifetime but elevating it to such cult status demeans it surely
it's not the /bleep/ itaots, it's just a very very solid tune

>>48861772
par
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>>48858886
there are just too many house producers around
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>>48859566
man I remember listening to that minimal ass pinch tune a few years ago thinking I was the edgiest motherfucker
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>>48860167
well put man
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>>48861818
that's not what i mean, what i mean is that the vocals and beat of the original tune are associated with each other so much that having a new beat with the same vocals over the top just sounds inferior to the original. and chopping up the vocals doesn't sound right either, because you're so used to hearing them in full
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>>48859566
>>48861870
qawwali is fucking amazing, honestly in my top 10 dubstep tunes of all time
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>>48861179
Lol you could try and mix it with disko rekah.
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>>48861870
>tfw i found it in a random set on mixcloud after searching 'post-dubstep'
>tfw the set also included https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VcQ6t6cSf-0

must have listened to it 200 times, some bait bangers i cherish to this day though eg https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kDqxAPk4B-M

i used to do sets with my mixtrack pro consisting of tunes like this ripped at 128 from youtube

oh the memories
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>>48860289
just seems to be the naturally darker musical progression, now that majestic casual has hijacked all the more popular stuff from the general house music revival (which to me has been going on since around when Julio Bashmore suddenly became well known)
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i fucking hate skankandbass and all of that stupid flavour of dnb
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>>48861913
oh right my bad i get ya
youve got a point but i reckon it's fresh to hear new versions, i'd be keen as fuck to hear a really solid remix of a tune like marka just because i rinsed the original so much
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>>48860983
I live in east london and seems like absolutely everybody is into /bleep/ sort of deal - labels like R&S/Hyperdub/Hotflush are all well known by anyone that claims to know a thing about music
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>>48861994
>not avin it
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9DDEJmqzPOE&index=28&list=PL5B63B3A47ECB3C9A
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>>48862016
Lol what do you expect faggot...

...assuming you're taking about the uk hipster Mecca and not dagenham
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anybody else think this was a pretty rude tune

https://soundcloud.com/r-srecords/shanghai-den-the-sun1

140bpm is still pretty open to exploration
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30 HERTZ TO YOUR CHEST TO INCREASE YOUR PULSE RATE
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Rawaat BOTYSF
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>>48861650
remix is fucking good but skeng is still an unviolable classic
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>>48862123
this isn't 140 lol it's like 124

solid tune though
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>>48862123
>https://soundcloud.com/r-srecords/shanghai-den-the-sun1
nowhere near 140
decent tune, people were saying it's a faltydl alias, what happened with that?
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>>48861870
>>48861955
I used to have like maybe 30 dance tunes of every genre on my itunes that I would just repeatedly put together in sets - used to drop shit like kode9-seven samurai next to shy fx lol
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>>48861933
is any of his other stuff like this?

what would you rec from him
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>>48862016
>I live in east london
most b8 part of the world
>R&S/Hyperdub/Hotflush
most b8 labels
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>>48861933
Yeah man it is a fat tune - I reckon changes is probably my favourite dubstep track of them all
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>>48862178
yeah noticed after i posted haha - somehow still has a dubstep feel to it though
>>48862192
yeah it is a faltyDL alias if I remember correctly - I have no idea whats going on with it tbh, just remembered hearing that and being impressed as hell
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>>48861955
Lol that disclosure tune - used to blaze that a few year back. My crew were mad on the post-dubstep thing
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who's going boomtown tomorrow?
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>>48862418
Boomtown lmfao
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>>48862449
can't figure you out; either dekmantel or bangface kinda guy?
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>>48862289
>is any of his other stuff like this?

nah not really sorry

>what would you rec from him

http://www.discogs.com/artist/462816-Pinch-2

look through here to listen to his stuff
underwater dancehall is a good album

i really like pinch & roska - shoulda rolla as well as punisher and his swamp 81 releases as well
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Hey /bleep/, has Grime left the UK yet ?
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>>48862483
thanks man ill em out
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yo guys if i was sending out a demo of tracks at 100-105 BPM stuff influenced by hip hop are there any labels that you think would actually take it seriously?

>influenced by hip hop
i got bored of making stuff at conventional dance music tempos

but just to clarify, this isn't hip hop as in like beat scene/low end theory stuff, this is definitely club music
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New Objekt is really good. Wow. Will be buying asap.

Why so people over intellectualise his music though. Is it because he went to oxford? Did he even study music there though?
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>>48862671
Sorry for the special needs post boys, posting here is a nightmare on a phone
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>>48862671
i don't think people over intellectualise his music? give examples?
the whole 'cactus is ironic' thing only became a discussion because some people thought the guy who said it first (me) was trolling or joking, when it was in fact just something i said on here after the meeting the guy, and also reading other stuff online

he does have a bigger attention to detail than pretty much any producer i can think of though, sound design-wise
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>>48862669
can we peek it?

keysound / night slugs aesthetic?
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any quiltland fans in the room?
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>>48862671
>tfw you didn't get into oxford
it's not so much over-intellectualisation as well deserved mention of the ridiculous detailn he puts into his tracks
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>>48862669
i'm gonna have to give it a listen before i can comment
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You boiz got charts?

Anyway I like shit like SBTRKT Mount Kimbie, Burial, Jon Hopkins, Jamie xx and lord Aphex Twin.

I also like Hyperdub.

Also LCD Soundsystem ;^)

Looking for some jungle or drill and bass but any other stuff would be ok.
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>>48862779
Yeah but didn't he study English or something lol

Oxford or not that's not relevant to musical ability

>tfw went to consistently higher ranked institution than Oxford but whatever m8
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>>48862826
wot, cambridge?
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>>48862812
oh boy
this thread tries to move away from charts etc as no-one actually knows anything that way. people come to /mu/ without a real interest in music and forge one by plucking a few albums off a chart and never really exploring for themselves

and i have to say i imagine you're one of those considering how hard your trip is memeing

curious as to why you want jungle though since none of the guys you mentioned make jungle
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>>48862826
oxford is higher for arts doe calm ur cambridge tits
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>>48862826
oxford is actually ranked higher for quite a lot of subjects including music
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>>48862897
I do explore music outside of /mu/, but that only comes out of hip hop and last fm recs

I heard a few jungle tracks a while ago and it seemed interesting, was wondering if there were any songs or artists that you guys like.
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>>48862999
search jungle mega in the archive and dl the links in meticulously (and highly suspect) formatted posts
that'll tide you over for a while
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>>48862749
>>48862804
i actually have two different projects i'm doing right now, the one under my main alias which falls more in line with keysound, night slugs, just modern "bass" stuff i guess

and then a side project which kinda is working at the same tempo making club music but is more influenced by like 90s shibuya-kei and plunderphonics

these songs are from the main project/alias
both of these are private right now cause i'm only using them to send around (really not looking to self promote here, just really for opinions)

this one is a bit poppier
https://soundcloud.com/gohda/purrple-smoke/s-FEr2N

this one is whatever
https://soundcloud.com/gohda/thizz-funk/s-SBd45

if you think it's shit don't hold back

i just really don't know what labels to send it to


if you wanted to hear the shibuya-kei stuff i could share that too
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>>48861057
what about people like loefah? kahn? ben ufo?

surely people that high up in the scene earn a fair amount
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>>48863176
How do you guys learn to make /bleep/ music, like software's instruments stuff like this
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>>48863226
nahh absolutely not. they'll make more than enough to live on, sure, but i doubt it's above the 40-50 thousand mark, let's say

i know that coki still has an office job, or he did a year or two ago, and that's coki
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>>48862732
>he does have a bigger attention to detail than pretty much any producer i can think of though, sound design-wise
why's that? do explain
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Tape Echo, despite its pretension, is making some tuff riddims
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>>48863302
what do you mean, why? listen to his tracks and you'll see what i mean

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UHOWFni1JlA

listen closely to all the little sound effects etc. and you can just hear how much time went into making this stuff

taken from an interview he did on dubstep forum:
"almost everything is layered. in some cases, individual drums are like a collage - the first 10ms "tock" of a 707, the boom of a resampled reverbed 909, a sine sub underneath, the pre-attack of a very fast 606 hat..."

google objekt q&a dubstep forum if you wanna see the whole thing. the painstaking effort and detail he puts into his tracks deserves some respect imo
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>>48858886
james zabiela has been around for years. also no one on here would talk about him cos he doesn't play lo fi techno
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http://cygnusat.bandcamp.com/album/patronen-b
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>>48860289
only idiots would call tchami deep/tech house.

actual deep and tech house is stuff you would hear played at DC10 in ibiza or something - just pure pillhead music
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>>48863176
>https://soundcloud.com/gohda/purrple-smoke/s-FEr2N
what did u use to make that main synth? kinda sounds like a piano chord or some shit??
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>>48863293
ive been making music since i was 12
i'm 22 now

so it really just came with time for me

it really just requires time, patience, and the willingness to learn

after the point where you know all the ins and outs of DAWs and maybe some theory/understanding of composition what separates producers is really just their creative ability
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>>48863299
>still has an office job
that's interestting

are there any other "big" producers that still do shit like that?

at university or have a full time job or shit?

also what the f_ck

>loefah/ben ufo
>50k a year
even if that's 1k per gig that assumes they only do 80 a year (inc tax), let alone festivals? 80 a year almost 3 every 2 weeks ????
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>>48863652
if it's the synth i think you're talking about it was a modified preset from an ARP 2600 emulation vst that i then ran through a couple of things
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objekt studied engineering you retards, that's why he worked for native instruments
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>>48863678
that was literally just a guess, it could be more than 40-50k but i know that not all gigs pay anywhere near 1k
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2nd attempt : Does anyone know a way to watch Helix's Dommune set ?
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>>48861232
lel. this sound is absolute garbage. you're a nerd if you like this.
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>>48862947
Oxbridge isn't amazing to be fair. It's just equal parts hype, tradition / age / prestige, and the fact that they offer most subjects and do them all well but really it's the specialist institutions are where you want to be, generally. Not just for music but for most things. Go to CSM for art or LSE for PPE or whatever, I dunno. I know plenty of Oxbridgers and plenty of specialist places chaps and the only thing unique to the Oxbridgers is arrogance (to varying degrees).


http://www.theguardian.com/education/table/2013/jun/04/university-guide-music

http://www.theguardian.com/education/ng-interactive/2014/jun/03/university-guide-2015-league-table-for-music

Oxford is tipped as fuck but not necessarily for the heads.
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>>48863880
why? it's an unusual, interesting tune. the vocals are annoying but the track itself is cool
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>>48863660
Let's hear your 12 y-o bangers fam!
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>>48863947
employment prospects are higher for oxbridge than anywhere else though. 'career after 6 months' columns in those league tables are skewed by the fact that more people who go to oxford and cambridge go to do masters and phds after they finish their degree

they're maybe not the best in the country for actual enjoyment of the course you're studying. but unfortunately, to this day employers still look at 'oxbridge' on a CV and tick a few boxes purely on that. there's a reason why those courses are so much harder to get in than any others
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>>48863989
lol

they're probably shit
fun to revisit though for nostalgia though

just curious though here...any of you guys send your demos out anywhere?

i remember hearing about that one guy who sent his stuff to ron/lies and he told them it was boring or something
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>>48858718
http://godblesscomputers.bandcamp.com/

http://equinoxrecords.bandcamp.com/album/freedom-is-o-k

Ai
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Whats bleeps opinion on these guys?

>Duke Dumont
>Disclosure
>Tchami
>Oliver Heldens
>Founder of Majestic Casual
>Deadmau5 and Porter Robinson
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>>48864144

I think that anything good enough to stand out over the swarms of demos labels get would be good enough to get traction in a local scene first.

It might be faster to try to get local DJs to play your stuff first.
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>>48864191
i don't have an opinion on anything because i'm so fucking depressed that it's cannibalised me as a person
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>>48864089
Yeah that's true, should've mentioned that. You're basically guaranteed a job at the BBC or in politics if you're Oxbridge. Some of the specialist institutions are as selective as it gets though. Good luck getting one of 4 places at the Royal College of whatever to study whatever. Also if you wet to the right school you can pretty much walk straight into Oxford, but I guess that's not applicable to most.
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>>48864191

>Whats bleeps opinion on these guys?

>Duke Dumont
>Disclosure
>Tchami
>Oliver Heldens
>Founder of Majestic Casual
>Deadmau5 and Porter Robinson

YOLO/10
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>>48864144
Yeah I want that guy to post I detail about that. There's no way of contacting the fonz anyway because of the amount of demos he gets he has to be following you on twitter or whatever before you can send him a message... so man must be somewhat known already.
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>>48864216
yeah i completely agree with you

just figured sending stuff out couldn't hurt, like a "you never know" type thing

i just wish i knew more local DJs in the philadelphia area where i'm located
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>>48864191
>Duke Dumont
Makes fucking great pop music, Need U 100% was probably the first "deep house" song to get popular
>disclosure
talented musicians, new stuff is good but not as good as their pre-settle shit. Probably the first examples of "deep house" superstars
>Tchami
Indirectly caused a new trend, was pretty much a good example of right place right time
>Oliver Heldens
Most likely a corporate marketing plan by Spinnin Records to captalize and cash in on the "deep house" trend
>Founder of Majestic Casual
legitimately would be happy if he died.
>Deadmau5 and Porter Robinson
Probably the most talented "EDM" producers out there, props to them for trying to move away from making samey beatport top 10 bangers
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>>48864230
then go kill yourself instead of bothering to post your fucking personal blog on 4chan you stupid junkie hick
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>>48864365
Mate how did anyone that's not part of a local scene get signed if not through that method? Send you shut everywhere man - it's easier than ever now.
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>>48864365

Go to clubs and shows in local venues. I live in a boring shithole and I can name about 10 DJs. Philly has to be balls deep in DJs, though they may be more of the big room sort.
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RIP DEEP HOUSE.

1986 - 2014

YOU HAD A GOOD RUN

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yjdXhjA1lsk

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yjdXhjA1lsk

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yjdXhjA1lsk
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>>48864365

I read that Burial was sending Kode9 tapes for years before he broke through. Maybe consider trying to build some network connections to make it easier to get your music to the right ears.
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>>48864401
swur dwn if yhu say daht aghen ya fohckin hed is gnha ghet blwn ohf
wan tym yuh get meh
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What is the definition of deep house?

What is the definition of tech house?

I
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>>48864601
>What is the definition of deep house?
it's good

>What is the definition of tech house?
it's shit
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>>48864638

there is good tech house. just not tons of it.
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>>48864638
Proper answers fam. Though I take your point
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>>48864596
good start, now take the rest of the pills and lie down
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>>48864563
oo banger nice find
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>>48864563
shut the fuck up about this ffs.

i understand the misuse of the term deep house gets people mad, but just live with it, it's not like good house music isn't getting made.

it's not like cheesy house is a new thing, lots of tracks have the same vibe as old house hits from over 15 years ago
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>>48864601

Swear down no one on this board knows shit about tech house

It's like dubstep/brostep all over again, people thinking that the staple tech house tune is some poorly made soundcloud 'banger', when it's actually meant to be used to refer to more progressive, laid back and more techno sounding house that builds up subtly and focuses more on percussion and cool sounding stabs than a melody.
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>>48864704

Can you post some archetypal deep house? I've seen so many seemingly unrelated things labelled deep house that I genuinely don't know what it is. Same goes for tech house, which I gather is shot.
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>>48864776
Thanks for the unbiased definition man

Big up
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>>48860352
aw man i wanna know if this would work at like 165
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>>48864801
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ps2Jc28tQrw
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fuckin finally a discussion about 4x4 music on /mu/
anyways minimal techno?
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>>48864583
what kind of network connections do you mean (like DJs, promoters, ect.)? i don't mean to sound clueless but my experience is mostly in the music side and not the promotion side since i'm not the most socially active person hah

>>48864403
>>48864411
and thanks for any insight guys i just didn't know if anybody had any luck sending stuff out over the internet

i figure a lot of its just luck/"right place right time" anyway
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>not listening to 3-step
>not listening to bass-core
>not listening to post windmill
>not listening to proto-minimal wankstep
>not listening to gondola
>not listening to shithouse
>not listening to acid wonk
>not listening to ambient gabber
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>>48864860
Wetherspoons OST lmao
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tempa is an alright label really
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>>48864801
not him but

typical, 'classic' american deep house sound
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MdjcHUnZsi8

there's also stuff like the german side of deep house which you might see people talking about quite a bit in these threads, workshop records being the most popular example
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DPoVNjYarw8
generally a lot more melancholy than the US stuff
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>>48864914
i bet you thought this was hilarious when you clicked post
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>>48864924
who said it isn't

their back catalogue is great. nowadays it's hit & miss but you couldn't say that overall it's not an amazing label. it did a lot for the UK scene
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>>48864947
i cant handle how hard this memes
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>>48864928
that workshop records shit was pretty boring
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>>48864928
American music sounds fucking retarded next to European stuff, like it was slapped together by some idiot inbred child or something. That Workshop track (and pretty much all of them, let's be honest) is leagues ahead of anything happening in America.
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>>48865057
Lmao idiot
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>>48858718
can someone recommend some good music from Asia, some good DJs from the 90's??
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why do americans have to ruin everything beautiful
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>>48864914
I'm really trying to imagine what ambient gabber would be like.

And what kind of pretentious fucks would be listening to it.
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>>48865168
no
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>>48865168
Hey mate check Ben Ishy on Apollo xX
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>>48865173
Innit brer
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>>48865146
>>48865057
how?
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>>48864914
>ambient gabber

would listen/10
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why is progressive psytrance and goa so fucking good
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>>48865259
How what? You're an idiot if you're bored by Workshop stuff... it's one of the most consistently high quality labels of all time tbh. You might like it more if it cut to an advert break for discount hotdogs after 2 mins though. I can sort that for you if you want.
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>>48865168
Satoshi Tomiie
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>>48865309
it's not you fucking italian
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>>48865199
>Satoshi Tomiie
>>48865357
alright, I'll get searchin around
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>>48865402
but I'm Swedish
I also heavily enjoy bitpop and chiptunes
and skweee
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suffering
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>>48865457
i don't think music is for you
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>>48864801

It's kind of a blurred area imo - lots of music these days has this grey area and just gets called deep/tech/minimal - it's basically just Ibiza after party music and music made for DJs, and not tracks you would probably find yourself listening to on their own

Also, many DJs who play this sort of music don't give a shit about defining it just say House or Techno which is the way forward.

this mix is basically what you would call tech house.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7Wy4QIcL3LU
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http://instagram.com/p/rXjcDjKNGC/?modal=true

large
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>>48865471
Why do you guys put yourselves through that soulseek crap. Get on what.cd or buy music like the rest of the civilised world lmao
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>>48865502
I bet I've gone to more shows and concerts than you have
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>>48865660
ok
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>>48865677
I don't think music is for you
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hold tight the contact lens solution boys
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>>48865851
What lol
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>>48866011
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Fj9O77jMKs
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JUST CHEAP
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>dumb question
Whats the name of the deep house record with the picture of space on the cover? When I tried image searching it I just got "space"
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>>48864873
le basic channel
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>>48866536
this one?

http://www.discogs.com/Terekke-YYYYYYYYYY/release/4624373
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>>48866641
yeah thanks
>>
One of the release that makes LIES legit and not just hype. I wish there was less fluff and just the more solid releases like that Terekke.
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>mfw the term "Deep house" is becoming the new "EDM"
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>>48867515
>mfw nothing of value was lost
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>>48867515
Mate you love in bloody Disneyland or where ever... You couldn't be more out of the loop... don't worry about it.
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>>48867695
Live*

You ain't loved anyone lmao
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>Worked 11 hours today
>Wasn't even meant to be in

This is my life now.

But moving back on topic, there are two Trim mixtapes out this year but I don't have faith in them being any good since his last decent Soulfood Vol. release was probably Vol. 4, which was years ago.

The new DLR EP on Metalheadz was really good, Spooky - Sublow Jamz Vol. 1 was really bad, despite being out for months now I have only just recently downloaded Coki - Indian Girl / Demonator and still haven't heard it (is it any good?) and reminder that pic related is Grime single of the year.
>>
M.E.S.H. - Scythians is p good indeed. Glad I finally got around to giving it a proper listen
>>
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lUTS9QlzPdA
>>
Who is hyped for worth the weight vol 2?
https://soundcloud.com/peverelist/roll-with-the-puncheskowton-linear-mix-kowton-dub-mix-punch-drunk-records
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>>48863678
According to RA, Ben only does about 10 gigs per month, and if you say an average 1k per gig (~£2,000 for a headline festival set, £500-£1000 for a club gig), that's around 100k a year before tax, and you still have to buy records. I don't think Ben takes drugs, so that and the fact that he doesn't means things may be a little more profitable for him, but still it's not a big earner for underground artists.
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>>48870061
>£500-£1000 for a club gig
>top tier dj, incredible knowledge of uk culture, tons and tons of dubplates
>>
love how absent the shitposting has been today. maybe those grime shitposters got banned, who knows

>>48870021
kinda me but at the same time, it's just a compilation of previously released tunes isn't it?
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>>48870381
yeah true but those rolling with the punches remixes tho
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>>48870618
already copped the 12" mate
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>>48870653
Is it out already?
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>>48870721
nah i preordered it on redeye though
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what is bleep?
>>
>>48871272
darnce music
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>>48871293
like rustie or like daft punk or neither?
>>
>pic related
yaaaawwnn


>>48871311
neither bro
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>>48871311
neither
>>48871528
what else would you expect from deetron
>>
>>48871540
>>48871528
can you guys give me some names to introduce me to bleep then?
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>>48871311
2mainstream
/bleep/ is edgy underground shyt only
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>>48871604
have the b and b groups top voted albums of 2013
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>>48871311
kinda like neither man

here i've got nothing to do so i'll give you a little list in case you're not trying to bait me. a fairly well-known track from each genre

>techno: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wm12xE-9E84
>house: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AkV3bIQ2pa0
>garage: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hkF89p6y2qo
>dubstep: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ky5Mt2PLf9E
>grime: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y3k6O2ZznnM
>dnb: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NWEk5C8s7sY
>jungle: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tD14ioNOzyA
>uk bass: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_MW4u_xJMBA
>footwork: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=72oF4G80Xzk
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>>48871661
thanks :)

>>48871638
fuck you :(
>>
Postin this sweet Ceephax tune:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bpDjhrccx8U
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>>48871661
this list is horrible for getting someone into bleeps lol

someone get up that image which has the essential labels for each genre
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>>48871689
thanks, this isnt bait im just dumb
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>>48871604
listen to stuff from these labels
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>>48871720
It isnt a definitive list but a decent stepping stone seeing as the average mutant doesn't do singles
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>>48871809
yeah this list is good, just replace L2S with DMZ and you're pretty much set
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>>48871809
thanks
>>
>>48871833
I'd say replace black box instead of L2S, too much dubstep otherwise
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>>48871898
yeah perhaps
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>>48864386
same as this

although you can hardly call deadmau5 efforts these past 2 years as trying to make beatport shit
he is one of those gearjunkies though that shits on people for using vsts, which i dont understand because he was just lucky enough to have some funding to live in a studio for a year, let alone 100k+ in equiptment
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>>48871809
>no Spinning Records

b8
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>>48873044
>Spinning Records
ew.
>>
>>48863811
>>48863176
purrple smoke was sick af
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>>48863176
>https://soundcloud.com/gohda/purrple-smoke/s-FEr2N
this shit is Ill nigga
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Eureka pls, same fagging
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>>48873341
>>48873535
i just came back now and saw this
thanks for the love fam

gives me hope that if the right person saw it maybe they'd like it

don't mean to attention whore either i only posted it because those anons requested me to
>>
>first half
meh

>second half
straight bangers
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>>48875074
>crazy bald heads
>persian
>floating points
>c++

>meh

alright lad
>>
i want to make love

to a mannequin
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>>48875237
dunno man, i didn't feel the mix until the second half
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>>48875883
then it's about time you learned to feel da vibe

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6fX0HUHpBSU
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>>48864776
Post some quality tech house fam

I posted a Ramadanman/Midland tune and some anon told me it was tech house, so I need more of that
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>>48875916
going through this right now man, there's no time for feelin da vibe
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