fuck you gets bullshit
thread reminder that current thread is the Gesaffelstein Edition and that Aleph is compulsory listening for all posters
post you're ra polls
go to a club and listen to radio. if u don't do these two things already then this thread isn't for you. you can't just "into bleep". it's for people who already listen to this stuff to discuss it
Let's talk about Gesaffelstein:
What are your favorite Gesaffelstein tunes?
Post your favorite Gesaffelstein tunes
Do you like Yeezyus, y/n?
Who else should Gesaffelstein collaborate with?
it's mildly funny. maybe like 4 out of 10 on the "funny scale". i find it hard to believe you've never seen anything funnier. are you perhaps exaggerating? a little bit of hyperbole?
Kraftwerk - Computer Love
New Order - Blue Monday
Art of Noise - Moments in Love
Phuture - Acid Trax
A Guy Called Gerald - Voodoo Ray
Inner City - Good Life
808 State - Pacific 202
Robin S - Show Me Love
Massive Attack - Unfinished Sympathy
Goldie - Angel
Future Sound of London - Papua New Guinea
Goldie - Inner City Life
24 Hour Experience - Together
DJ Shadow - Midnight in a Perfect World
Zed Bias - Neighbourhood
The Avalanches - Since I Left You
The Streets - Weak Become Heroes (Royksopp's Memory Lane Mix)
Horsepower Productions - Gorgon Sound
Burial - South London Boroughs
Skream - Midnight Request Line
James Blake - CYMK
Joy Orbison - Hyph Mngo
pls fuck off
his sound is like the shit i made with my mates on my friend's older brother's primitive beatbox machine and fruity loops back in 2001 when i was like 10
till we blew it up somehow
u ever heard grime in a club though? like you can have good instrumental nights sure, but if u want to whip the crowd into a frenzy and hav people going nuts you need an mc. it also gives you something human in the sound to latch onto which can help when its late into the night and you're starting to tire
>if u want to whip the crowd into a frenzy and hav people going nuts you need an mc.
haha no. havent actually heard grime in a club, but i do see your point about a human sound being something relatable or whatever. i do like the occasional vocal, but me personally i cant stand those over the top vocal grospel house tracks either
I Grime is the only genre I like where I prefer MCs over it rather than instrumentals.
This is to Luke and whoever else was talking about whities002
It's not that good, it's one of those hyped releases.
Oooh it's Kowton, Oooh it's a new label with a cool name and unique front cover, Oooh it's played on Swamp's show, Oooh Joy plays it
But it really is nothing special, and I'm a Kowton fan.
Glock and Roll is tasty though. Nice hearing more melodic stuff from folk who'd usually stick to heavy stuff. Like the forthcoming Sunklo tune
Had this on repeat for a month or so now. Hypnotic groove. Can't wait to hear the whole thing
One thing I really rate about Ramadanman / Pearson Sound is that he clearly tries every once in a while to go in a new direction with his sound. Not in a bandwagon-jumping way (not that this is always bad, see Untold) but just to keep things fresh. The result is that he's got skill in an array of sounds.
I am fucking hyped for his LP.
some anon posted a youtube link to a song 2 days ago. It was a pretty straightforward techno/tech house song. The video was a still image of a a glass with something yellow in it. IIRC it was a release from an American label...but I can't find it or remember the producer. Pls help
I don't think this release will necessarily be on Sunklo.
And it's a good track, Glock and Roll is mediocre once you've heard it a couple times. It's the kind of thing I'd buy, play for a couple weeks and completely forget about.
I live alone and nobody else uses my computer. Unless I want to remember something on a website (ie password/credentials), I browse incg.
>implying I'm not already part of the botnet anyway
>tfw not sure if going bald or just have a high hairline
Oh well, I suppose I could always rock the Goldie look:
Roll up a spliff, yeh dey call me Congo Natty
Original Nuttah, call me UK Apachi
Now my hoe mad cos I came on her Versace
Nutting gets me hype more that stabbing fucking Pakis
Yer... Twice as Nice, nigga, I'm a garage raver
See a girl with a veil, you know she got that camel flavour
>do I have what it takes to be a grime MC?
>grime is bleep for the same reason instrumental hiphop isn't bleep, its all about the roots maaaaan
mate im honestly not trying to start a pointless argument here. its just that applying that reasoning works with edm too.
this list is quite a good idea, if you just give the people asking for bleep essentials songs then they're forced to get out of the album mindset, and they run out of material quite quickly so have to explore further
basic channel - phylyps trak
lfo - lfo (leeds warehouse mix)
double 99 - ripgroove
mala - anti war dub
Any /bleep/ heads go to see jeff mills at Hopeworks (Sheffield) on saturday?
watching untolds RBMA thing is a solid defence of bandwagon jumping
was also interesting to find out anaconda was a joke
this is still david's undisputed best tune though https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4c4_sRIi1EU
listen to this man, even when they will not play worse tunes bc of money they do get bigger gigs over smaller better gigs which will result in you having to check out gr8 djs next to half a year pill taking girls from the countryside
roots comment guy here
EDM isn't bleep for the sole reason that we don't want to talk about it
it's still dance music, but its listeners don't overlap with the genres talked about here currently very much, and they get their own generals from time to time
bleep works better without EDM conversation
that anon asked for /bleep/ recs though, not electronic music in general
Simon Reynolds did a nice and short compilation that was included in the original edition of Energy Flash, he could use that if he doesn't have the time
>people actually think dubstep is not fucking terrible
yeah, obviously i know that lmao. it's just that what he posted isn't the lyrics...
it's "how many mics do we rip on the daily. say, me say many money say me say many many"
just wondering where he got his wierd interpretation from lel
>"Hey RL, great set! What was that weird track you threw down in the middle?"
>"Oh, just a Basic Channel 12" I picked up at Hard Wax last Friday!"
>"It was sick! Where can I find more tunes like that?"
>"You should check out this site called Resident Advisor, they've got all the hottest ~underground~ tunes!"
>"Thanks, I will check that site out!"
...and that's how proangelwings was born
yeah of course they arent truly into it
they dont actually want to go through any of the history or do anything themselves, tehy rely on ur dumbass to spoonfeed them burial clones
It was probably really cool at the time, but its been passed down for about 10 years now so it feels stale. Im sure the reggae references felt very king tubby at the time, whereas now they feel much more faze clan.
>implying spinnin has more dubstep than Monstercat
Do you even mainstream labels, bruh?