Controversial I'm sure, but I'm going with Cross, post yours.
More like babbys first blog house. All show no substance, Sebastian did glitched out electro french house better without having an obnoxious aesthetic. Also when it comes to sustantive blog house, Digitalism debut is leagues above cross.
As to my favorite "electronic" album id have to say R+7. That record evoked images and an atmosphere I previously thought was impossible.
Christ, stop acting like fucking kids. it's 2015 and theres still these useless wankstains who found their ego behind the keyboard. Thanks to the one guy who didn't turn into a cuntish neck beard and replied with something meaningful.
Kontakte is too top tier. Sound manipulation (what I think defines electronic music) at its most interesting and diverse.
>babbys first blog house
>favorite is R+7
justice is shit and opn is good but i dont think you have the right to criticize anyone for liking babys first blog music when r+7 is your favorite album
Music that is made with electronic instruments.
Yes. There is literally not a single reason why it should be considered electronic. No part of the album used generated oscillators.
I liked Cross and thought about trying to get into the whole edbanger scene or w/e a fews years back and never ended up doing it. Since then I've gotten into some Aphex Twin and some other plebby baby's first electronic shit and have found a renewed interest in the genre.
That said, should I be checking out all the records you guys are posting here as a jump-off point or nah?
I don't understand what you're trying to say.
No, I actually didn't know people really believed it's an electronic album. That's a very significant stretch with no logical basis.
Cross, best electronic album ever made followed by this imo.
>mfw you always have to add "imo" at the end because everyone think you're trying to be objective and they'll throw shit at you.
Lately I have been almost exclusively listening to 60's soul and dub reggae and jazz and shit, but I am a huge fan of hiphop and hardcore punk and avant garde noise shit + a lot of other stuff
I'm not sure what you can recommend based on any of that but yeah!!
>That said, should I be checking out all the records you guys are posting here as a jump-off point or nah?
Listening to p4k core electronic ALBUMS is stupid, try some mixes, compilations, singles, eps. If you are more smart, check labels, and stuck with few you enjoy. I dont want to spoonfeeding really, there is a lot of fun in digging releases in your own way. Im very glad, i stopped listen to p4k 10s, indie rock or other babby bullshit, electronic music is much more fun