erm, well it depends
like for the four tet/pearson sound one a couple of weeks back i got there at like 9:45 and didn't get inside till like 10:30, which isn't too bad. but like half the queue got turned away pretty much
dance tunnel is only 200 capacity. 674 were attending on facebook for the ft/ps night. there's already 636 people who've clicked attending for the one this week
the kode9/untold one last week would have been fine to get into all night, but it only had 153 people attending on facebook
but yeah, do what you want
I actually agree with him also remember when lies was the hotest shit going and everybody hyped it?
i know its bait but still, pic related
reminder that new age grime is just re-hashing old ambient music very badly at pseudo 130 bpm
>tfw got a whole folder full of early bant blemes
srs though how do you know that woo riddim is limited repress?
>tfw /bleep/ will never post on here when old bangers get slyly repressed
>implying he wasn't forced to sit through benUFO's shitty boring lecture
>mfw people actually think benUFO got anywhere from just being a good DJ and not co-running a label that was trendy and hyped up
>He says it's the beginning of the end for Hessle
I said last year I though Hessle would close up soon, though 027 and LP002 have been released/ announced since.
Still though, would be surprised if they made it to 030, and it wouldn't be a terrible thing for them to split off with individual labels.
Thought it was alright. I kind of like how Mumdance is doing that sort of old school thing where Grime producers didn't fill their tracks up with synths and samples and had a bit of silence or a very basic pattern to it. The exact opposite of this was that Asa & Sorrow EP from last year, which was great but wouldn't be the easiest thing to MC over.
tbh I thought it was trying to recapture the take time lightning in a bottle, didn't happen though. maybe the percussive bit at the end of shook got close. I appreciate space in tracks but 1 sec is too much. Was listening to his rinse show the other day and barely thought you could count it as music. Just stumbled into some sort of factory. He'd probably like that description though.
It does kind of sound too minimal at times. I found Logos - Cold Mission had that problem a lot. They can't seem to strike a good balance like Rapid/Danny Weed/Wiley/Skepta could between a track which had a good hook but wasn't overcrowded.
any new trendy label with dub techno producers?
to be fair a lot of muh Berghain ostgut ton sound doesn't translate well outside of clubs, specially when listening obvious dancefloor-oriented stuff as opposed to the few album-oriented bleeps they've released
love it <3
Same guy that asked for advice on clubbing in Bristol last thread, but it fell off.
Heard good things about Dojo, Thekla and Timbuk2, I'm out to listen to some good deep, techy druggy tunes. No grime pls.
Also how is the prices and quality of pills in the great UK city of Bristol?
summer have you heard that new basic house thing? it was a CDr from the recent UK tour i think
way better than anything in the last few batches by far
mate ford foster is bollocks
piano is nicked straight off of nookie, but still, been smashing this out all day
>dub techno outside of BC/maurizio/etc.
drum and bass is like jungle
before a certain subset came along (neuroflop) all of it was legit good
real tired of this "b-but it was influential so it must be good!!!!" bullshit
any cc ? the mixing isnt where its going to be but its a rough draft.
its intro/chorus/verse w/ the chorus being a mix of 4/4 and 17/16 to make it so if you try to follow along it wont let you on purpose w/ the second being str8 4/4
>Detroit DJ and producer, once working in the well renowned Record Time music store in the 90´s along side Rick Wade and others.
Taken straight from his discogs profile. Clearly he is a detroit techno producer. Born there and creates techno...
>DJ Haus - Peekaboo
it's definitely not, i don't see why people think this is the case, they're still releasing stuff and seem to be as good pals as ever. their diverging tastes are actually not diverging that much. maybe this time last year it was a bit of an issue but they've all gone pretty full techno now, so i'd say that their tastes are converging more than anything else now
Mate please learn to use the archives, I'll copy it again but you probably won't see it still
>I don't think your research is up to scratch because the first names that should be thrown up are Lakota and Motion
>MD I get is 40 a gram, and top quality, you should ask your mates to sort you out.
>Looking on RA there's a Lobster Theremin night at Cosies, if you like them? 808 State and Ifan Dafydd at Lakota, Ten Walls live at o2 academy, and more stuff will pop up in the next few weeks.
There's another Bristol kid here, he'll probably be able to tell you more about the venues.
Pic related is on saturday at fabric, might be worth going out in Bristol on the friday and heading to London the next evening, if you're feeling brave
No, though you do have time to order off whatever the silk road is called nowadays.
I'm seeing the Hessle boys this weekend, I'll be dissapointed if they play similiar stuff but I doubt they will. I haven't seen Ben in a while so maybe his sets have changed but Pearson Sound is definitely not 'full techno'. Never seen Pangaea but FabricLive 73 is one of my favourites and his xlr8r podcast is sick, it's weird how different they are from his old releases though.
The place I live has absolutely no bleep scene. What the heck do I do lads? It's a capital city, but the club scene is so small, nearly invisible. It's depressing, I just want to find some techno enjoy while I'm out with the mates.
Hobart, Australia. I can't wait to move away from this place. I've been at uni for a few years now, and I haven't found anyone who really enjoys any bleep outside of radio tier stuff. No one to even chill out and spin a few records with. I'm getting older and I feel like my club years are slipping away.
Try saving up and moving off an island to the slightly bigger one the other side of the world that you originally came from.
Or run a club night and find likeminded people, there must be a few.
Or convert people to the house of untz.
Yeah moving seems the most viable option. The population would be so niche for this interest I don't think setting up any nights would help.
I'm trying mate, and some people are all "Yeah this is cool" but they won't continually listen to it.
0.5% of a large city is still a lot of people, more than enough to pack out a small venue or a house party. There probably is a scene out there that you don't know of yet.
no i just think his music is totally unremarkable in every way. i'd go as far as to say that it's straight up boring and bad and with no style or substance. it's basically just generic beatport fodder with a distortion vst put on it. no point wasting time listening to that when there are countless other people doing that kind of music loads better than he is