it's my birthday,
Locked On bangers.
Also pretty much any track which Grant Nelson has produced or co-produced.
the hessle, exit, mood hut night was v good at fabric last night. thought dbridge had the best set of the night. then maybe benny boi
anyone else go?
here's a tunes for your comedowns
Happy birthday OP
What are the most influential /bleep/ releases?
Don't know if it qualifies as a banger but im happy with it
I thought it was out next week or some shit but leaks have appeared on WCD and nodata (probably the same one) and both are one single track and I prefer having split track version of mixes where possible.
cheers gang, much love
just been listening to some /bleep/s with the family, had a big week last week, having a big week next week
man needs to relax
happy bday have your banga
Should I avoid stereo and keep things as mono as possible if I want to be accepted as a true 90s wannabe bleep house and garage producer?
Sometimes I'm scared to overproduce my tracks and lose that 90s-inspired sound people like nowadays.
mono all the sub/low end, use minimal panning on everything else
bounce your track, record to the cheapest cassette you can find, record back to computer. #knackeredhouse
>isnt that what you do for #dubtechno
sometimes ye, but not whole songs lolol. just basslines and/or some 'stems' in the lower end. gives it a nice lo-fi aesthetic without going full lies-core
>lmao what year is it again
is da year of #dubtechno is da year of canuck culturah
hey turny, did you ever re-upload any of these, and if not, could you at least make a list of the names? ive been trying to hunt them all down but i can't find a few
Not on what.cd, been through 2 accounts, stick to SLSK now.
Top left in hardcore is for Ratpack Live At Fantazia '92 set
The reggae/dub ones are:
Salmonella Dub - Inside The Dub Plates
Bob Marley & The Wailers - Survival
Toots & The Maytals - Funky Kingston
Horace Andy - Dance Hall Style
Augustus Pablo - East Of The River Nile
Fat Freddys Drop - Based On A True Story
Lee Perry - Roast Fish Collie Weed & Corn Bread
Linton Kwesi Johnson - Dread Beat An' Blood
Eek-A-Mouse - Wa-Do-Dem
Steel Pulse - True Democracy
>That Liquid Funk section without Calibre - Second Sun
>That hardcore section without 4 Hero - In Rough Territory , Rhythm Section - 1990-1992 Remastered or Dave Charlesworth - Energizers
Your opinions are wrong.
I saw Fitzpatrick last week. Was amazing.
Took E with a friend but too little and we where out. Now waiting 2 months just to be sure not to fuck ourselves up. But that was kind of a bummer.
Music more than made up for it though. This bald fucker was on fucking point.
Why are britbongs getting so excited about grime these days anyway.
Isn't there a distinct difference between grime and mr.oizo stuff? I don't think i've heard any good grime that doesn't gravitate towards dubstep territory. rec me something?
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>Why are britbongs getting so excited about grime these days anyway.
They aren't, it's the murricans.
>Isn't there a distinct difference between grime and mr.oizo stuff?
What are you even talking about.
>I don't think i've heard any good grime that doesn't gravitate towards dubstep territory. rec me something?
Any Grime made before 07.
I'm talking about his use of lfo to make these stabs that sound very wonky and rusty, that i hear in everything that gets labeled grime these days.
idk if i got my point across just amusing seeing yet another culture blabbing on about and trying to claim a sound and scene that doesn't even belong to them
Can't say I've ever heard any similarities between any Grime and Mr Oizo, post examples?
Grime is in a weird place now, after being confirmed dead for a good few years when Dubstep was on the rise, it seems to have made a comeback but the shit stuff seems to get more airplay and notice than the actual good stuff.