saturday bangers edition
when this dropped at fabric it sounded like the walls were exploding with the sheer power of the track. kahn knows how to make a dancefloor destroyer
haha, jeez /mu/ really can't into the delineations of 'electronic' music
It's like actually reading Q magazine or sumthin. 'let's group all kinetic music with a 4/4 kick and synths together'
please don't start this shit about what or what /bleep/ covers. cunts like >>48943289 bruh know full well what it's about but just want to shit stir.
as for the witch house tosser, please fuck off to your own darkshit thread and talk about salem some more.
forgot about that one, whoops.
still not sure about it though, as music. it's definitely interesting to hear such a legendary sound techie fella make some sounds... it sounds amazing. but as music i'm just not convinced.
i've seen him live twice now to help make up my mind about his tunes and yet i'm not sure that release is anything more than a catalog of cool sounds immaculately mastered / pressed to winyl.
>i'm not sure that release is anything more than a catalog of cool sounds
i feel it's arranged carefully enough to warrant being called more than just a 'catalog', however, even as a mere 'catalog of cool sounds' it's got more merit than most things i heard last year. the sounds on that thing are quite unreal and as someone who enjoys shaping sound i find it a fairly thrilling listen. i do get a bit 'feels'-y on some tracks too. that opener in particular is probably my favourite opening track off anything last year.
it's quite a modest set up really, gear-wise and performance-wise... he moves slowly and carefully. quite cool to watch
floating points, pender street steppers and hashman deejay in manchester. yeah it was good, just loads of funk and disco for the first half, house for the second half. couldve enjoyed myself more if i'd had drugs but i'm giving it a break
haha, fair play. even better reason to cut back
when is outlook and dimensions? i was at 2010 and 2011 outlook... seriously good times. not been to dimensions but line up has more appeal to me. outlook so fun though
flying out to dimensions on the 26th, fly back from outlook on the 9th... heavy business.
yeah the dimensions lineup is better but outlook is way more fun imo. gets the chinstroke out of the way first. dmz at outlook last year was probably the best couple of hours of my life so im looking forward to that again
ah sick, i'm jealous. and yeah, outlook DMZ is basically one of the best things ever. sgt pokes and loads of rewinds of horrid henry. ahh i wish i was there now :'(
are you doing any boat parites?
@ 12:48 in this video... probably the most ridiculous out of all the tunes that got dropped there, that or goblin (triple pulled) but it's not in this vid
and yeah im on the reconstrvct and deep medi parties, and the hessle audio and white material ones and dimensions
who is saying that club music is a genre? it's an environment / culture that has numerous different genres and scenes within it, many of which overlap and many of which share listeners.
no one here is saying club music is a genre and that techno, house, grime an IDM are all the same except for you.
check yourself boss
alright man, will do.
got the shivers from that vid. i really wish i was there again... twice isn't enough. best vibes ever at that festival.
your boat parties sound ridiculous too. so jel
>tfw not going to any good festivals this year
>tfw friends into good music can't afford
>tfw friends who can afford are into electro house and muh ebin dropz
>tfw just wanna meditate on some bass weight on some mdma and dance with qts
>spongebob not undisputable number 1
Fucking agreed, that 2 note riff is like a demon roar of pure bassweight
Does anyone else think that coki's old tunes have a sort of comical side to them? In a good way. They're so silly and wobbly but go off so much, can't remember where I saw it but someone compared the bassline in goblin to scrambled eggs and that suited it perfectly lel
who is the "lil ugly mane" of the uk house/techno/etc scene
i'd recommend south, not just for badman cred. it's cheaper and even though the sloane rangers, islingtonites and hackney parrots think it's unimaginably far away you can go to a night in fabric and hop on a bus and be home in 30 mins. brixton and peckham are expensive but their immediate surrounding areas aren't
Anti War Dub is the safe music critic choice
Midnight Request Line is the "I just learned about real dubstep last month" choice
Qawwali is the "look at how different I am" choice
Although id personally go with Qawwali
Scrap that I meant Overnight Biscuits, though Shocks is great too
the undisputed GOAT dabstip tracks are
>horsepower productions - when you hold me
>loefah - root
>burial - archangel (yes, deal with it)
>coki - spongebob (yes, deal with it)
>skream - rutten
Really solid, although his uk garage list is like 75% Dubstep (not that there's anything wrong with that, but why not just call it dubstep/garage).
Also sorely lacking in a lot of newer classics
Joy Orbison - Hyph Mngo
Girl Unit - Wut
Kryptic Minds - Badman VIP
Tessela - Hackney Parrot (and the special request VIP)
Blawan - Getting Me Down
Unknown (Joy Orbison) - Sicko Cell
Joy Orbison and Boddika - Swims
FCL - it's you (san sodas panorama bar acca version)
Off the top of my head
yeah i'm aware of that - i've experienced the uk underground over the past few years. even if they're anthems it doesn't mean they're classics, and 3 of 9 tracks listed are joy o, which is deserving of a chill out on the joy o post.
Hey /bleep/, I'm trying to into making Gabber/IDM and currently have FL Studio and Renoise as my DAWs. I don't have a MIDI keyboard yet though.
Any tips/recommendations aside from get a MIDI?
It's not like he's released much more than that...
Also Hyph is indisputably a classic in every sense of the word. Probably one of the most important songs to come out in the last 5 years
Are you kidding me? It pretty much was the spark that started driving more traditional dubstep to the "post-dubstep" sound. Yea people were messing around with that kind of sound before, but it brought it to the forefront of club culture
UKbros will bump it up when they wake up. Sadly America is still filled with pitchfork drones with entry level as fuck knowledge of music. Anything past blog rap or "indie rock" and it's in one ear and out the other
thank you based ruskies