chavs and pardners unite edition
after you're done then find all the remixes of "A Huge Ever Growing Pulsating Brain...." some of them are pretty good, even better than the album version (ie the John Peel session's mix)...
those are good too, everything they've done, even with the lineup changes, is great
I haven't listened The Orbserver in the Star House, have you? any good?
The only IDMshit, that could possibly be /bleep/ is Breakcore and even then it's kind of a weird fringe affair, because it's either too airy or too noisy for clubs.
Also, that Autechre tune is not /bleep/, how would you react if a DJ dropped that in the club?
well then go and make one. If there are enough fans of AFX, BoC the list goes that they even have their own threads, that means an 'IDM' thread will be successful.
I don't know, I personally don't care about muh black and white genre definitions, but /bleeps/ thread were made with lesser known club music in mind. Autechre, BoC, AFX, the list goes on, get plenty of attention and discussion on /mu/. The purpose of these threads was to talk about the lesser known producers/labels
To judge whether something is /bleep/ or not just ask yourself this question:
"Would you drop this in a club?"
You could drop Breakcore tunes at a jungle night and nobody would be bothered by it.
>breakcore = IDM
Naw, just naw. Someone took a joke too serious down the line.
to judge whether something is /bleep/ or not just ask yourself the following questions:
does it have a clear rhythm and a solid groove?
if you were to drop it at the club, would the public start grooving to it or vibing alongside it?
the track passes through if the answer is yes to all of the above.