When I listen to an entire album, I find myself gravitating toward EPs instead of LPs. So many of my favorite EPs are better than the LPs they preceded. They're short and to the point.
Post favorite EPs.
http://hellfyreclub.bandcamp.com/album/cavalcade (takes a few listens)
Active Child - Curtis Lane EP 
>Choral, Pop, Electronic
Beautiful ep from a former church choir singer. Interesting fusion of choral arrangements, vocal layering, and electronic production.
Elephant 6 Collective Sharethread
feel free to contribute
Sunshine Fix- Spiraling World of Pop
>Bill Doss's side project, first album
>sunshine pop, brian wilson influenced
Pipes You See, Pipes You Don't- Lost in Pancakes
>project of The Olivia Tremor Control keyboardist Peter Erchick
>psychedelic pop, piano songs
Sunshine Fix- Future History of..
>R.I.P in peace Bill Doss
Headless Horseman edition.
>Previously on /bleep/ (https://archive.rebeccablacktech.com/mu/thread/S48330668#p48339653)
Airhead makes trap
James Blake releases something soon
Lowtec - Workshop 20 is out
I guess that's it.
Weekly reminder to lock in to Uncle Dugs on Rinse.fm.
He's got a show Monday night on BBC 1Xtra where he's going to play his favourite RAM Records tunes. This will definitely feature: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a5meT63flnM
Dude, read the archive.
But anyway, here you go: https://soundcloud.com/thump/sets/airhead-believe-ep
I like the bleeps.
feel free to post anything..
Geotic - Morning Shore (Eon Isle)
>solo ambient project from Baths's will wiesenfeld; part of a series of 3 albums each employing a different instrument; this one uses guitar
samples - http://geotic.bandcamp.com/
Noveller - Desert Fires
>ambient, drone, noise, bliss; all pieces written/performed by Sarah Lipstate
Fatima Al Qadiri - Asiatisch
>sinogrime, uk bass, soulful R&B, futurism, post-vaporgrime
I know this is a sharethread but does anyone have Ride - Going Blank Again? Archive links are dead.
In return, here are a bunch of NMH bootlegs.
They don't just make kpop do they?
I remember when I thought Japan only made cheesy anime ballads. Then I found bands like Toe and World's End Girlfriend.
I missed out on the challenge talk in #21 but reading about it on the archives, damn... I love /bleeproduction/.
Dubs thread go
Are there any pianists that have the same kind of musical aesthetic as Jimi Hendrix?
I'll start this thread off with an essential mix by the legendary Erick Morillo from 1995. Enjoy, bleepers.
>Favorite/Least favorite albums?
>Favorite/Least favorite bands?
>Your shoegaze project?
>What have you been listening to recently?
>(Worst) shoegaze AOTYs?
>Any upcoming shoegaze you're looking forward to?
>Things you like/dislike about...
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Does anyone have recs on the more aggressive side of shoegaze?
ITT: music you wish existed
stoner hair metal
Let's make an essential drugscore chart.
Everyone gets to nominate one album for as many drugs as they like and those get put into a strawpoll where we decide what goes on the chart.
Weed- Chronic 2001
NBOMes- Floral Shoppe
aMT- You Think You Really Know Me
At least start the thread with some content OP.
Boddika - Warehouse
I heard BenUFO play this over a funktion 1 system a while back and it was heavy.
Sorry for doing this but can you rec me some techno with intentional vinyl crackle samples? I remember hearing that kind of techno months ago and recent Abdulla Rashim release reminded me of it so bad.
>When Vangelis got his first great analogue synthesiser he realised it could produce sounds at frequencies below human audible levels, with its sliding pitch ribbon controller. Such sub-sonic audio levels often stretched the limits of the mixing console. Initially the cones of the Tannoy HPD monitors got damaged and had to be replaced a number of times.
>mfw listening to this for the first time
it's like Boredoms never left us