players in the room: house, techno, garage, dubstep, other UK bass music, jungle, DnB,
wolves at the door: trance, grime, donk, hardcore, gabber
not allowed: idm, ambient, trip-hop, downtempo, trap, glitch
alright, thats clear.
Have you guys listed to this? I'm madly in love.
I know bleep isn't partial to him but
>mfw I'm going to see Lone tonight
Got him a nice gift too.
Spent the morning listening to Streets of Rage 3 OST. Spent the afternoon listening to Philly Blunt Records (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ivQB_xD7ytQ) and now Ruff Sqwad (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D9wCeKupsOM).
Also while I initially dismissed it as probably going to be shit, S.P.Y - Back To Basics 2 was a really good album.
>it is sad though that we never have IDM threads.
r u le serious m8? there is 10x as many "IDM" threads on /mu/ as bleeps. AFX, Autechre and Squarepusher, the list could go on, are talked about constantly
EDM house is "prog house"
trance lost all its meaningful use a long time ago
well there isn't a lot of IDM really to discuss. Add Venetian Snares, the Flashbulb if you want to have a war, and rest of "IDM" producers are forgettable AFX copies really.
Not that the constant AFX worship is any better
Some odd combination of Breaks and Garage.
Nah AOTY of 2013 was easily this.
This was my eaoty 2013
enjoy your shit quality
just waiting for my 24k gold cables and Nepalese pink quartz crystals to arrive m8
Nope, but it's on its way at last. Placed my pre-order on august 26th, and it was only completed this morning.
From what I gathered after mailing them: fuckers announced the release on september 1st, but only got the records today for the Hyperdub in-shop party.
Currently listening to this. Sounds like shit-tier amateur bandcamp stuff... not sure how it even got a proper release let alone the boomkat hype.
2 / 10
searched "junglist tshirt" in google, top of the list:
mate are you fucking down syndrome or something
I thought it was okay but not nearly as good as some of the EPs he's put out in recent years. I was kind of falling asleep half way through it as well. Failed Gods was much better: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2z_aoDI8DxM
lel. that 'acid' bit in the middle is laughable.
The only Aphex Twin I've listened to is The RDJ Album and Druqks and that Caustic Window Compilation. I prefer my IDM guys when they dabble as close to Jungle as possible, is there any point checking out SAW/Analord for me?
SAW/Analord are each ambient techno and acid techno/electro, respectively. Assuming you're Ninja(?), listen to Hangable Auto Bulb under his AFX alias, which was his first foray into drill and bass music.
>Assuming you're Ninja(?)
Yeah. I'll check that out at some point.
I guess you're right, My backlog is building up faster than ever before so whether or not I'll ever get around to it is another issue. It took me a long time to even bother listening to the Aphex Twin stuff I have heard, he was always one of those producers who I knew was important and influential but just never bothered to listen to.
That's what I'm talking about. I could have believed this was a Bong-Ra track if it wasn't labelled.
So /bleep/, what's your favourite Makina tune?
Mine's probably this.
If literally any other person than me listens to Makina I'd be surprised.
remind me again why /bleep/ hates Gesaffelstein yet adores Objekt when both are basically the same shit?
has anyone in here heard this? dude never gets talked about, he's got some mad tunes thats 4sure
hello fags and sluts just finished an eric clapton remix.... listen to it or I will start eating a pile of my own shit and theres nothing you can do to stop me
yeah... generally make a fool of yourself and pretend the stranger next to you is the best person ever ...
If you like techno listen to my new track... I want a wider set of opinions
Try to speak to people when you go grab a drink. Or if you smoke it's even easier to speak with people.
If you dance by yourself no one will notice, because no one cares. Just enjoy the music !
Any industrial & etc listeners here?
>tfw saw FLA and iVardensphere at same concert
can we have a loefah appreciation moment
he is so based
what's everybody think of this Aleski Perälä tipoff? I like his work overall, and I think the work with the Colundi Sequence is really interesting, but I don't know if I want to spend 20 dollars for an EP.
Nothing blows my mind here but I do find it soothing/nice to listen to.
Haha, true I guess. Though, I can guarantee that a return from Paris to my shitty suburb in night bus has the ability to put me in the mood equally…
On a more serious note, I'm not surprised you got your repress today if you're in england. I still gotta wait a little more…
He really isn't. He's just grouped with them because he had a big hit once once or twice so people assume he's with the Hardwell/spinnin crowd. Listen to say, the veldt or Acedia then listen to any huge samey bigroom song
lol is that that goofy jungle book tune with some nonce singing over it that he produced on-stream? haha, wow, m8. your head is so far up joel's ass your hearing's impaired.
>Listen to say, the veldt
5 star satire
>tfw when summer steals your meme
literally the only reason i came to these threads anymore, fuck off and die summer you meme stealing prick. you fucking ruined /bleep/.
i swear to god. if we were ever to come face to face.....
For the tapes, the Ratty. Micky Finn and Jumping Jack Frost ones are quality. I can't imagine Carl Cox playing something like his Dreamscape set now. The Peshay & Doc Scott one or the Ratty one is probably my favourite. The Sy/Slipmatt/Dougal/Seduction are just a bit too Happy Hardcore for me (although I think Seduction is quite underrated compared to the others).
As for Mumdance's selection, I don't think he properly understands the difference between Happy Hardcore and Breakbeat Hardcore (I wouldn't put 4AM or Blowout Part 2 as HHC). He also called Eye Opener, the confirmed best HHC track of all time awful and thinks Kniteforce is American when it is British so I would like to say he doesn't know what he's on about, the fool. There's also a painful lack of Scott Brown and anyone off JAL in his list. I do like the Jimmy J & Cru-L-T presence there but even then he hasn't included their best track: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=znTxEQsweqE
is anyone else really annoyed by all this stupid 90s/early 2000s brit nostalgia run rampant in bleep bloops the past couple years.
there is nothing at all they can do to get me to like uk grabbage or bassline happy hardcore why do they keep doing this to me
I can see why he included it in his list but it is definitely Breakbeat Hardcore and not Happy Hardcore, slower tempo, breakbeats are more cut up, piano samples are slightly slower, no thumping constant synths throughout the track, all leans away from HHC and more towards Breakbeat Hardcore.
It's kind of like how people call We Are I.E the first Jungle tracks when it is definitely Breakbeat Hardcore (even Lennie De Ice says this).
m8, 92 > every other year for music (except maybe 94, 95, 96 and 99).
>man there's no need to be so anal about which tracks fit into certain genres
Is this bizarro /mu/? Also I thought it was released in 93.
I get what you are saying though but I think I have actual diagnosable autism at this point about certain breakbeat genres.
Wel if you've ever been, you'll know that the venue is incredibly shit for acoustics. They pretty much stopped caring about decent buildup to compensate for it. I don't know if it was 2006 precisely. Maybe they fixed it now, I haven't been since '11.
Otherwise there's still ofcourse the terrible infrastructure. But if you're of your head that won't really matter.
Alright, question for you guys.
I have literally zero knowledge behind a lot of electronic genres. Completely ignorant.
Someone wants me to compile a bunch of music for them, and one of the genres they mentioned was dance, or better explained "likes a good beat." Considering their like of dadrock and some heavy metal, I assume that girly dance and that sort of stuff is off limits.
to think I was really digging the noise build in the middle until it dropped into farty deadm8 territory at 2:09
Have you got any idea how difficult it is to compile a playlist of 'dance music' for someone with the only thing they state is that they like music with a good beat, which translate to "I like whatever my friends are listening to and I don't really care what I'm hearing" in most cases.
I'm not saying it's an easy task. I'm just saying throw out a few non-girly electronic esque bands and I'll do what I can to sift through them.
I just have zero clue about the genre or bands, so I have no real starting point.
give it a listen, it wont hurt
i think gorgon city sux when it comes to producing, but i rarely listen to a mix more than twice and ive got probably 20+ listens on this one
those IDs are needed b/w 10:00 and 20:00
YOU'RE A GAWDAMN NIGGER PLEB
nah, fuck its reputation, creamfields is still one of the events ive got on my bucket list
ive got the full pleb HARD Summer that played a mile from my house, you don't know pleb
yeah it was pretty great, the tech and house shit was good. every single person is a wired mess as well so its good vibes
never heard of hard... just had a look at the lineup, eh theres some alright stuff further down the lineup as with most of these electronic festivals
its the only thing LA hasn't kicked out, yet...
my city fucking blows
ive heard the festivals in europe (minus ibiza) and in AUS are grand, but money problems will be keeping me away for a long ass time
lmao the edge on u mate
no one cares if you don't like house, techno, garage etc. it's fine if you don't but it is a bit weird to go to a designated thread for discussion on this music to say that you don't like it... all whilst anonymous
have a think about yourself
dance music has always had its cheesy, or over the top side or whatever. but one thing i don't understand is how martingarrixcore ever became a thing or became massively popular. the kind with BOOM BOOM kick drums, no groove, and awful synths and basslines. at least older music like hard house still had an underground kind of sound to it, despite being fast, bouncy and mental in general
i mean cheesy house has always been popular, like 10 years ago there was funky house and hed kandi filter house shit like chris lake etc. and i can understand why this so called deep house and house n bass music has been big over the past few years.
but what kind of fucking person actually enjoy listening to these deranged big room edm tracks. it's the least fucking cool music i've ever heard. they have no vibes whatsoever.
creamfields was one of the worst places i've been to. partly because i had a bad experience with someone i met though.
full of monged scousers and scumbags in general, women squatting down to take a piss/shit, people asking you if you're selling drugs every 10 minutes. never again, eastern electrics was good though. want to go to sw4 next year
vengeance sample pack kick kick kick kick kick kick kick snare [x5]
somewhat creative trance chord progression that culminates in a build-up
cue drop featuring a cheesy vocal sample that restarts to the drum sequence
this is your every big room track ever.
Can't stand how high and farty some of those drops are, its like a parody of itself. The similarity between tracks is also mindboggling, just a different vocal sample or bit of breaks before drop the makes a track completely different to these people.
What i don't get is these tracks that just sound like extremely poorly produced trance with one basic lead synth with an uninspiring melody that loops over, and people are all over them. How is this music getting released and played out to thousands of people, and people actually enjoy it?
lots people are idiots tho m8
think about an average person and then realise there are bare people who are even more retarded than they are
the 140+ IQ people like scuba or delroy edwards are the minority on this palent unfortunately. sucks but it's the truth
I wish I could have her just for a day.
>mfw found this CD for $3
bit of a banger innit
sounds like you've got the basic structure of a good choon down to me. If I were to suggest an improvement, just keep the same note/chord/percussion structure and play with the instruments.
Find your sound.
It reminds me of this shit that was getting played in plebby clubs in Melbourne.
People lap this shit up in Melbourne. There's a huge following for this type of rubbish here. I don't get it.
I've been listening to heaps of Aaron Carl recently, I can't get enough of it. This video is pretty cool, especially the stuff he says about Detroit being really cliquey.
I like Paul St Hilaire from his stuff with Rhythm and Sound, and so I've been listening to this album he did with Deadbeat. Breddy gud m8.
>mfw people still get mad vinyl releases have shitloads of delays
please note there is too much demand for most pressing plants to handle, recently heard some still have to press RSD stuff
I'm really digging into some older DnB at the moment. If someone can share some great tracks I'll be thankful.