Alright finished my first listen. Really good but no Ganzfeld... but that's to be assumed I guess. That track is something else.
Last three tracks on this are great. I was getting a bit bored but until hearing those 3.. some of the best Objekt stuff in those tracks.
Will cop wax
really weird how BoC did Delroy's distorted chopped and screwed/slowed-down funk sound 20 years before Delroy
emphasis on 'distorted'
and weird as in how two teens from Scotland did southern US underground music in a time where you couldn't learn about underground movements without being there on the spot
I've sadly missed out on the past few threads so I apologise if it's been discussed in advance, but anyone going to BLOC 2015?
It looks tempting, but I'm (and anyone who would come with me) is still feeling burned out from their failure a couple of years ago, even though I'm attending two of their nights this year.
And I realise that most of the people this applies to are cutting mad shapes in the club tonight.
Hey /bleep/, there's no synth thread up so I figured I'd ask here
I'm on a budget ($500) and I want a synthesizer with lots of controls and ways to tweak the sound, basically I want something that allows as much synthesis as possible. I initially looked at the Microbrute but I was terribly bored with it because it's Monophonic, so I can only play melodies, no chords. So I then looked at the MiniNova, but it's essentially a preset machine, not allowing much else than basic tweaking to preset sounds in the synth.
So, is there a polyphonic synth with as many controls as say, the microbrute, in my budget? Size doesn't matter, and neither does digital/analog. I just want something polyphonic to learn synthesis with.
People hate on the SH-201 because they don't like how it looks and not weighing much, but it's perfect for me. Essentially 4 oscillators, has the Roland Supersaw, VST integration (patch editor/librarian), every parameter can be manipulated via MIDI too.
You can get it for cheap due to its bad rep. It's good enough for NOISIA and Joker, but not for Gearslutz
hi /bleep/, VERY ignorant american that just got into bleeps here
can anyone tell me what genre joy o & boddika's dun dun is and how the fuck do i go about finding more bangers like it thanx
need sum certified hype-y bangers for tomorrow nights playlist, what shud I do?
Jeff Mills - Berlin
Jamie xx- All Under One Roof Raving
Blawan - the ones that everyone knows
Julio Bashmore - Au Seve
Danny Brown - Dip
Danny Brown - ODB
Kanye - Mercy
Kanye - Blk skinhead
Plastikman - Spastik
Or just put on a Bolier Room?
>It's even more strange that mostly-straight, -white, middle-class audiences are currently "rediscovering" and obsessing over the "classic house music" made by poor, queer, black/brown people 30 years ago—but they're not likely to be aware of what that same crowd is doing now, in another part of the city.
what are queers up to right now?
any Grime man in
can I get more dark, aggressive Grimey shit that's just bars bars bars about shankin
"Being yourself is what will make you survive through anything. If you make music to please someone, it's the first step in the wrong direction. Always do what you believe in, no matter what people say. Only way to go!"
that article said that """Future House""" its going to be the next "Dubstep"?
It literally removes everything from house music
ooh so fucking poignant right
I'm a fan of the minimalists, too. I liked fuckin' bookend for a while. But bigroom? Pft. Get more entertainment out of a bowl of porridge.
>bleep thread. sup lads.
lol, are any of you even British.
ye because it's possible that people employ production techniques independently from another. let's call boc "southern us underground music" because arranging artists in fucking scenes and genres is much more important than anything else. :^)
What are some good albums like Drink the Sea? Nothing else by Glitch Mob is as good.
Chillax, the UK festival game is brutal and they jumped the shark bad. They went out and did a couple of years of solid club nights and now they're trying to get back to their venue roots. I did Bloc 2011 and it was fucking great, they know how to run their shit there.
Also I'm going to be kind of an apologist and put the blame partly on the London Pleasure Gardens, they didn't finish it in time.
Depending on more of the line-up being revealed I'll probably go.
sweet sixteen my dealer said to me
do you wanna party on that fucking xtc
i said hey ho hows it go
stick it in your mouth and just swallow
get the feeling that never goes
makes you rush from head to toe
yeah and that's just as valid tbh, if your taste correlated with someone else's taste, you might as well trust his recommendations.
it won't get you any deep into genres or even new music at all, but you'll get a consistent stream of music you like.
where my acidbros at?
>wander outside of /bleep/ after a couple of days of not paying attention to the rest of /mu/
>first thread I see on the main page is an electronic vs. rock thread with retards on both sides inbound
breaking in my new vape, drinking a double chocolate mocha and listening to my ambient playlist while lying in bed, wireless keyboard for maximum comfy
mash? at this hour?? thats some next level shit mate