What do you guys wear on nights out?
I usually go for a v-neck t-shirt, if something is printed on it I make sure it's unrelated to the event, skinny jeans, a black hoodie and comfy easy-to-clean shoes.
Discogs page has been cleaned up except for a few mostly positive comments. Negative comments getting 1-star ratings and positive ones getting 5-star ratings.
Can't Gizmo handle the heat lmao
If there's an event, yes.
If you're a foreigner, yes, always.
That reminds me that I should stop posing as tourist before people in my town catch on, considering there's only two clubs here
massively in-demand Loefah got deliberately pressed to 300 copies. sold out in 15 mins and copies were up on discogs for £100s.
lots of complaints on discogs which have since all been deleted except for a handful of comments (there was pages and pages of comments when i checked yesterday)
srsly why are people losing their panties over some britbong 4min dubstep track? where the fuck is the hype coming from?
this is insane
when there was being speculated about what burial track would make the hyperdub comp there were a lot of really great ones named that didn't make it, forgot the names, anybody have an idea?
you just can't relate to it loefah/bleep music being important
imagine if a gun was made with burger king logos written all over it that had bluetooth controls over your mobility scooter. then imagine that only 300 were made and they sold out in 15 mins
now you understand why people might be getting annoyed
The least important time of the year is here. Time for end of year lists.
1. Sully - Blue
2. Slick Shoota - Keep Bussin'
3. Digital - Robber, Bitter Wind
4. 6Blocc - Vintage Jungle 3
5. Asa & Sorrow - Legendary EP
6. Enei - Goliath EP
7. Calibre - Thoughtless, Trip It
8. Rabit and Logos - Glacial vs. Misnomer
9. Amen Andrews - News Of The World
10. Saga - Flight Risk EP
1. Machine Girl - WLFGRL
2. Calibre - Shelflife 3
3. DJ Earl & Heavee - Audio Fixx Vol. 2
4. NuTone - Future History
5. DJ Q - Ineffable
6. Kid Lib - 2014 - Mystery Island
7. Wen - Signals
8. Head High - Megatrap
9. Om Unit - Inversion
10. State Of Mind - Eat The Rich
1. Suburban Base - The History Of Hardcore, Jungle, Drum & Bass 1991-1997 [Suburban Base]
2. Forbidden Codes [117 Recordings]
3. Next Life [Hyperdub]
4. Dred Collective - Vol. 2 [Dred Collective]
5. Green Bay Wavs Presents The Future Investment EP [Green Bay Wavs]
6. Certified Connections [Keysound Recordings]
7. Bad History [HATE]
8. Subtle Audio Vol III [Subtle Audio]
9. Plastician - Plasticman Remastered [Terrorhythm Recordings]
10. GOTH-TRAD Presents Back To Chill MUGEN [Back To Chill]
lmao. nice /pol/ meme.
if it's really just about the tunes and not about the whole vinyl fetish bullshit, then just sit tight and wait for someone to rip it (which they will because there is a pretty big bounty for it on what.cd).
everyone who cares about this is just an autistic vinyl collector with shit taste anyway. sadly this makes up a good fraction of /bleep/.
What does that even mean though? That like saying something is shit dubplate-tier music.
There might be a tiny bit of overlap between the two as they somewhat combine footwork and breakbeats but they sound pretty different for the most part.
I personally prefer the more jungle/rave influenced sound of Machine Girl. But then again I would.
i didn't say that either
wtf is wrong you butthurt machinegirl fans making shit up and then getting annoyed that i said it lmfao
proof of correlation between enjoying machine girl and being a fucking retard lmfao
as in loefah being important to the british bleep culture. he's a figurehead of an entire movement afterall
i'm not condoning BH or spending that much money on a record whatsoever
I don't listen to /bleep/s for intellectual stimulation so that doesn't bother me.
This might be an outrageous thing to suggest, but would you believe that not all things on bandcamp/soundcloud are bad.
How do I license the M1 Le plugin?
I don't want to pay because I'm a cheeky pirate, but I can't find any keygens or anything
you will need the keygen unfortunately m8, should come with it
if not find a torrent for it (or another crack by a diff group) and just DL the keygen
if you download a program called crossover (free trial for 14 days) you can really quickly run any PC file and use that to crack your vsts on your mac. loads easier than hassling around with wine bottler or whatever. all done in 2 clicks
bleep will be fine lol
it was here a long time before s/t showed up
people will learn to post properly again with out the endless shitposting and it the internet's utopia shall return, mark my words m8
also just beacuse this particular thread is slow it's not as if the place hasn't been active over the last couple of days or whatever. bare shit chatted over BH/loefah fiasco etc.
eh s/t was a good buffer whenever threads got slow like this-he's american so he'd be on when /bleep/ is slowest and you could just make fun of him whenever threads were about to die
>you could just make fun of him whenever threads were about to die
that really how u feel m8
who /smallville/ here?
these guys are based as fuck.
Keep in mind I'm not calling the producer a hack or a copycat. It's simply that due to the very limited sound palette of Basic Channel and a lot of other bleeps from the era, it was really hard to make dub techno without sounding like a clone of them
Having said that, from what I've read and heard over the years there were A TON of Basic Channel clones back then
ah i see what you mean. the other track seems less dubby and more industrial imo. i also think lots of producers are still using this palette to good effect without sounding much like basic channel though
anyone have any tunes as deep as this
Porter Rick is GOAT. So is the entire Chain Reaction catalogue
Great stuff. Tribal techno/house was my jam after I got bored of progressive house/trance and before I moved onto techno.
boys do you think this:
could have been the alrite lad himself and therefore suggestion that keiran posts on 4chan and possibly visits bleep?
>"I like using classical composition techniques in electronic music" (he used to be in a post-rock band)
>"An important thing to remember is that it's relative so if everything is spread and reverbed then it won't sound big and far away. You need some close, dry sounds to contrast them and trick your brain into creating a sense of space."
he definitely does this
>couscous (indian cuisine, it's a stretch but it's there)
>has been making music for about 13 years