success breeds jealousy
another grant nelson appreciater is a fuckin treat tonight though. I've been working my way through Nice N' Ripe and Swing City and I have to say it is the best house music I have had the opportunity to listen to in a long time
Agreed. I'm a huge fan of garage and to hear the progression in his work is really something. I'm definitely going to have to seek out more of his stuff, his discography is huge with all of the pseudonyms and whatnot.
yeah that is what always kills me. The best artist ALWAYS, FUCKIN ALWAYS have like 30 aliases and a hard to track down discog....and they all started in old school hardcore weird
I know that feel. I mean, maybe a main name, a side project, and an alias or two, but a lot of these producers have like 20 different names and a good 10+ releases under each. Plus, there's all the different musical/production groups they were a part of which have their own series of releases. Not to mention remixes, other production work, etc. that they were involved in. There's a LOT of music to sort through.
To accommodate that-one-guy-who-shall-not-be-named-because-he-does-it-for-free, post your favorite tunes from a movie /bleep/.
The movie and soundtrack were more /bloop/ related but the theme is still a banger
So I listened to this album today by Bogdan Raczynski
Shit is so fucking tite, you guys know anything like it or anything else by him I should check out?
I'm trying to remember the name of a jungle/BB hardcore tune circa 1992-1994, the vinyl coloring was yellow/greenish. During the second half the break would turn into some autistic business, I remember someone posting it in one of these threads about 2 months ago saying how awful it was and another guy responding saying how it sounds like 2 tracks layered on top of each other. Anyone want to help me out?
This is another worth-while track imo that I've been looking for a download for but can't find on soulseek.
I want to have the downloads so I can put them on a CD so I can listen to them in my car. Really sick that you're helping me out. Downloads are forever too!
Here's something that will maybe make it up to you as it's all I have
>Ninjaaquas oldskool junglebreakbeat archive
i'm pulling it off well enough. i just don't care about pure math at all/don't work hard enough to care and it's too late to change majors lol.
any man listen to the new gunnar haslam album
here are some good Disclosure-core for you good lad ;)))
Listen to '96 Drum n Bass Classixxx.
what's my london man dem saying for nye? thinking about buying tickets soonish cos the prices are so nuts. here's my shortlist:
erol alkan, george fitzgerald, daniel avery... (http://www.residentadvisor.net/event.aspx?639560)
congo natty, digital mystikz, newham generals, flava d... (http://www.residentadvisor.net/event.aspx?657716)
swamp 81's night, no lineup announced yet but u can guess who it will be (http://www.residentadvisor.net/event.aspx?654895)
oneman, tasker, yasmin, jon rust (http://www.residentadvisor.net/event.aspx?630022)
pariah, john heckle, leif, laizi... (http://www.residentadvisor.net/event.aspx?650124)
sticky, sunship, spooky... (http://www.residentadvisor.net/event.aspx?658375)
I'd probably go to this but there's a danger that everyone could play a shitty set full of new bollocks that no one gives a fuck about, whereas the UKG one is likely to be a more consistent decent quality.
However my new year's plans are likely to be
>work the next day