Reminder that Daft Punk is /bleep/ and a great band
No, but if I listen to what is widely regarded as their best work (if such release(s) exist) and I don't like it, then I know I'm unlikely to like their other work either, so won't waste my time listening to it.
What if you are a fratboy bro from America and I tell you to listen to Experience, but normally you listen to Skrillex, then you would never hear Fat Of The Land or the later ones which would be just your cup of tea.
Just listen to their whopping TWO albums and go back to being a casualfag.
Why don't you listen to j-pop /bleep/?
I was talking about the artist.
I like to think that people who browse bleep threads would have relatively similar taste when it comes to something like this. Also listening to two albums is a big deal when I've got the rest of my backlog to get through. Also
>tells me to start with their first release
>then tells me to listen to their albums
>>tells me to start with their first release
>>then tells me to listen to their albums
I'd have told you to listen to their Greatest fucking Hits if they had one since you're being such a casualfag about it.
Because I listen to J-Jungle instead.
Please keep in mind that /bleep/ is predominantly for club music, not everything under the "electronic(a)" umbrella. Those looking to expand their tastes will likely not find recommendations here; check out essentials charts in the sticky for that.
>techno, house, garage, dubstep, jungle, drum & bass, UK bass, etc.
>I AM NEW HERE WHERE DO I START
Ishkur's guide to electronic music is useful for a quick reference (bare in mind it's biased and rather dated): http://techno.org/electronic-music-guide/
Tensnake's youtube playlists offer a good window into the world of classic dance music: https://www.youtube.com/user/arod2211/playlists
Simon Reynolds - Energy Flash
Bill Brewster - Last Night A DJ Saved My Life
>WHERE DO I GET THIS MUSIC
Discogs also has a marketplace which is very useful for finding rare records no longer on the shelves, but do your research before buying anything for an inflated price.
>I AM POOR
>I AM LAZY AND DO NOT WANT TO THINK FOR MYSELF
>WOW THIS IS ALL OVERWHELMING HOW DO I KNOW WHAT IS WHAT
Record labels are your friend. Discogs probably has the most extensive archive of every release ever, and most people like to discover more music by cataloging labels on discogs and looking at where certain artists have released other stuff.
the cutting edge of electronic music, feel free to post your favourite synthwave, chillwave, trap, cloudtrap, chilltrap, vaporwave, trapwave, vaportrap, bubblegum bass, dreampop, dreamtrap, vaporpop, chilltrap, and deep house
Been lurking and posting for a while. Don't listen to electronic music very often. Always just skipped over these threads and was curious as to what specifically they were for.
>Is the other poster trolling as well?
oh Japan u so crazy....
>Despite the community’s ideal philosophy of “PLUR” (Peace, Love, Unity, and Respect), EDM in the 21st century has become more like “SEEP” (Selfishness, Ego, Escape, Prophet),
EDM confirmed for jihad in disguise
>So anon Mackayla told us you love techno! which techno artists do you like??