Foreign /bleep/ edition.
What are some good national scenes, other than the usual UK/US/DE ones?
Eastern Europe seem to have some pretty active and motivated scenes. I particularly think to Romania with a:rpia:r, or the Czech Republic with the clique around Olga+Jozef.
(An IRC channel is now available for those who wish to discuss their latest Ukrainian deep house white label in real-time: #/bleep/ on irc.rizon.net).
Speaking of Uncle Dugs that RAM Mix he did has been uploaded, it was really fucking excellent and make the recent state of RAM Records even worse: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4y7p81K8r2Y
Can vocal grime into /bleep/?
Foot's new riddims are good too, you got his King Original Volumes ?
How about some WUNSEN
Yeah listened to them all, thought they got progressively worse. And Footsie's new stuff is alright but it's never going to be as good as the stuff that made him famous: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e_REFZm7Y10
>tfw Syer Bars only good Bars are in this track and a freestyle on Aim Higher 3.
Nah man he's still got it: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pDceuQleLhc
I think the parisian scene is, at last, relevant again.
It's not an accident if Ron Morelli lives there now (if I'm not mistaken) alongside with Svengalisghost. Voiski and Low Jack EPs on L.I.E.S. are killers. Lots of other good techno acts (I've seen Polar Inertia 5 time, and it was always an incredible trip).
Since 2 ou 3 years, several labels and promoters are really making things move forward, and helped the city's night live again : In Paradisum, SNWTWN, Concrete, Construct Re-Form
Dude, have you got any other label names? I know Concrete and Construct Re-Form, and wish to know more.
Thanks dude, I also know Ars Mechanica (sub-label owned by Antigone), Knotweed Records (based in Chamonix) and Children Of Tomorrow, even tho it's based in London.
pas de soucis.
shit, didn't realise the new ultrademon album is out
>Signal Life is a Helsinki based label [...]
is that name fag summer kicking about i want to thank him for his advice on grime bass. that multiband dynamics thing on ableton is great, keep the sub nice, put chorus and phase on the mids and highs.
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1. on my first listen. more 'freezing, thawing' vibes. that shit took me aback (i think it did most people) but it grew on me a little. this makes a lot of sense as a follow up and gets me quite excited about this new sound of his. despite how good mftqh/drawbar organs was, i think it was a good time for a change.
choral shit on b side is a bit odd tho.
still, dense, clear, polyrhythmic goodness this.
2. mixed thoughts on this similar to your own. got a bit of reznor-y vibe off those synths. not instantly recoiling in disgust but a little apprehensive about what his album's going to sound like.
3. mostly known for a few remixes. this one sticks out:
above average banging-'industrial'-techno. been looking forward to a proper solo ep by the guy.
there's yet another new randomer release up for preorder, this one on russian torrent versions!
the C track is mental. the bit about 3/4 of the way through where the kick switches up is mad
i think it probably went something along the lines of ron morelli saying 'hey please make 3 tracks for a RTV release, thanks'. they don't strike me as tunes he spent a great deal of time on. but yes the C is sick
it's not that much. just listen to it all beginning to end if you like
quadrant dub is probably their most famous release
i'd say stuff like maurizio, m5, rhythm & sound should be listened to after basic channel
>aphex and aliases
Richard D. James = The Tuss confirmed
some anon recommended african kuduro/zouk in the last thread which i am really liking
russian hardbass which i have shitposted nuff in these threads
serbian turbofolk is funny as
heh, i just skimmed over the thing.
i guess i'd be a little upset too in his position.
still tho, rants like that only ever resonate with the devoted and only serve to make the scene look a bit desperate - dbridge should know better.
Some German guy then. You know you're mah boi (despite us listening to different shit 95% of the time).
I choose to believe that whole rant was completely accurate.
To that end, Samurai Horo have released another comp but I don't think there's anything new on this one.
To be fair dbridge and his label are one of the few groups of people still keeping D&B relevant and moving it forwards so if anyone is entitled to a rant, it would be him. As for how it is on a PR front, yeah it looks silly but his fanbase is probably loyal enough for it to not matter that a few bandwagoners might think he's talking shit.
Your musical compatibility with ninjaaqua is Super
Music you have in common includes DJ Rashad, Traxman, Wen, Visionist and Burial.
We both know this is lies and does fully differentiate between the real difference of muh breakbeats and muh techno.
It is still likely to be a few years before I listen to Surgeon.
If you liked Scope then you will definitely love it but I think the compilation is just one track from every Samurai Horo release so far (it's a vinyl only label and this is a CD/digital release).
I personally don't dig it because I think it (and Scope) are just far, far too slow for my tastes of D&B.
lol are you implying that modern dubstep doesn't have a half time feel
and in fact, it's early dubstep which DIDN'T have the half time characteristic
seem to have got your facts backwards way round m8
idk m8, I don't keep up with modern dubstep. Also pretty much everything on Big Apple was either breakstep or had a strong breakstep feel, so of course it seemed a bit fast. Lots of Tempa stuff was slower though, D1, Horsepower, Headhunter, Skream, etc.
does anyone have tracks a1 and a2 from akufen's dada EP / the full EP
i'm having trouble w/ soulseek atm and it's not in the archive
some modern dubstep tunes
>Lots of Tempa stuff was slower though
nah it was all @ 140bpm or thereabouts, and still is to this day... use a metronome if you don't believe me
big apple wasn't breakstep, just dubstep man. just an early version of dubstep before it really grew into its own. there's an interview with joe nice from like 2005 where he's talking about dubstep and he says "some people say that it's halftime music. but last year, people might have said it was bongo music". it wasn't a clear-cut evolution, and breakstep didn't have that much to do with these early dubstep records really
sorry for the long post
Ive been really thinking about getting into production, thinking about getting em some korg volca's or maybe the alturia microbrute.
So far my only involvment in music production is making mixtapes. I just finished up this goodie,
if you ever want to like just skip through it, im sure youll find somehting interesting
hey frenchbro, do you know any french speaking chans? i'm trying to improve, doesn't matter too much if their conversation is shit but it would help if it was at least slightly intéressant
>After nearly a decade in dance music purgatory, drum & bass and jungle have gradually worked their way back into the spotlight.
>After nearly a decade in dance music purgatory
>you will never go to a frankie knuckles live show