But honestly there was a period in 06/07 when Grime was so shit (ie. the MCs were all tyring and failing to make Hip-Hop) that it allowed Dubstep, which kind of came around at the same time to overtake it as the current UK underground scene.
>>53958337 Jungle: Urban Jungle - Back In The Days (both mixes) FD - Into You Original Nuttah >>53958337 >Also does anyone have some minimalism inspired electronics/techno? Like the beats gradually change over a long period of time over every bar of the song. there is many Maybe Voices From The Lake, Magda (She's A Dancing Machine) Moritz Von Oswald, Basic Channel, The Field, Vince Watson (i really like him, A Very Different World for example), Levon Vincent
>>53958337 Jungle. Renegade featuring Ray Keith - The Terrorist: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dnY5q-IYqfw Omni Trio - Renegade Snares (Foul Play VIP): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xDvrQVG040g Krome & Time - The Licence: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GgDrr9fNA6U Remarc - R.I.P: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qMYAiVZ-vNQ The Dream Team - Stamina: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pNGddllF7AA
>>53958558 Everyone already knows about Aphex Twin. It's more a case that outside of /bleep/, if you asked someone if they listened to electronic music the response would be "oh yeah, Aphex Twin, Amon Tobin, Venetian Snares, I could go on."
Also there's the somewhat divided opinion that IDM isn't /bleep/ and is actually /bloop/ but who the fuck even cares about it to that extent.
>>53958558 i really love him, so i'm naturally biased. i hate a lot of other electronic music.
>>53958603 >>53958623 those guys are the prime examples of what they do though. but i also don't think the distinction is relevant, to be honest. it's just electronic music. i mean, i know Stockhausen, Plastikman, Amon Tobin, Aphex Twin, and Herbert are VASTLY different musicians. but who even cares?
>>53958623 /bleep/ = dance music /bloop/ = not dance music but still electronic
Several people will bullshit about what is and isn't /bleep/, in it's early days it was just the general for electronic music other than Aphex Twin/the rest of the shit /mu/ listened to. Before it there used to be seperate threads of electronic sub-genres but they never lasted as long, hence the amalgamation.
I never go into /bloop/ threads but I don't see them often either.
>>53958643 I love the album format simply because it is more convenient. Honestly, coming from being a huge noise rock/post hardcore fan, I am adapting to the singles/EP stuff that people do in the Techno World.
I used to hate Electronic shit, but lately I have found myself in love with it, and i feel it's not just a stage but something more.
>>53958657 >those guys are the prime examples of what they do though To some extent, perhaps. But the point is when you have only heard of those three or so artists, firstly you can't really discuss that much and secondly you are ignoring a vast amount of other electronic subgenres and equally if not more talented producers.
For example if someone only listened to Aphex Twin might they have heard this track? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aEQkLgXZb4U Because he obviously likes it enough to play it in a set. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mK4dkgS6CYQ
A good example of only listening to one artist and having that affect your perception is in the comments of that AFX vid, where a guy thinks sampling a dub siren is a totally unique thing that you might only hear on a Aphex Twin album and not in fucking every breakbeat track made since the 90s.
>>53958781 nah i totally understand what you mean. i just don't get that, i've never had that problem. i love all the guys we just mentioned, but i also love a lot of totally different electronic music. i guess it's easy to not realize how vast this stuff is. most people don't know what they're missing. it's like, you don't know how much you really don't know. that being said, i don't want to hate on any fans of Aphex or Autechre or whoever because i love those guys too
>>53958840 It's very easy for people to say they like something without exploring it in full, everyone does it to some extent. It's usually not a problem provided you are open to the fact that other things are out there even if you chose not to listen to them. But to be narrow minded and then make statements like "VSnares is the best breakcore producer ever so I'm not going to bother listening to any others" is why these threads were made, because that mentality is prevalent on /mu/.
>>53958848 First track was banging Jungle, rest was all pretty decent. Last track was the weakest but that's because it was the least D&B out of the lot. I've never been hugely into Sam Binga but I've always liked Om Unit.
>>53958723 >Btw Aphex Twin usersumethin tracks are really great and often /bleepy yep, speaking of which here's a really nice DJ Food AFX mix, recommended for all the /bleep/heads that can't be arsed with the entire soundcloud collection
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