Is he right?
>Americans made house and techno and all the shit yuros keep copying from America.
What is Kratwerk, Tangerine Dream, Vangelis, Giorgio Moroder etc The Euros invented "EDM" in the 70s.
I'm afraid you're a retard son.
>You need "post-african repetitions" in order to make dance music, so no he didn't influence anyone.
you're retarded as fuck, that's like saying everyone influenced by bach has to write fugues to praise jesus
Okay but you're talking about Kraftwerk you dumb shit.
yeah but you're massively overestimating its' influence
disco sounds outdated af and is barely relevant unless some big name decides to make an industry comeback with daft punk
relevant in pop culture, and certainly EDM, but hardly in any music that's actually taken seriously
the song "I feel love" is arguably the first EDM type of song to be popular and featuring no popular instruments. The song was produced by Giorgio Moroder, who is italian.
real Electronic in general is older in europe with Kraftwerk, Tangerine Dream, Brian Eno, and has been around since at least the early 70's, predating most american producers in things like Chicago House or Detroit techno in the 80's.
Actually the only American writer on that song was Donna Summer. Giorgio Moroder and Pete Bellotte are the only other two writers, who are Italian and English respectively.
David Bowie recorded Heroes in Berlin, doesn't make it a German record.
>real Electronic in general is older in europe with Kraftwerk, Tangerine Dream, Brian Eno, and has been around since at least the early 70's, predating most american producers in things like Chicago House or Detroit techno in the 80's.
Who is Raymond Scott
I thought sexualization of women was good because I'm not telling women what to do with their bodies
Don't think it's necessarily EDM but the club scene which it accompanies a lot. A lot of clubs use women to sell their nights because frankly that's why a lot of men turn up.
I'm sure that body is CGI rather than a touched up woman as well.
>implying getting free entry and drinks for being a women is so horrible
women are the ones who benefit in the club scene, they get attention from endless amounts of thirsty men, and get special treatment at clubs just for having a vagina and putting on makeup. There's nothing wrong with this either.
and it's perpetuating rape culture
idk this is taking it to the extreme but as far as women are the desireable object and men are so desperate they need vapid posters to attract them to things and are willing to pay money for unintimate sex and even rape, then something is wrong with our culture
any woman with half a brain understands what a club scene entails. if they don't want to get hit on by thirsty men, they can go to a dyke club and get hit on by thirsty carpet munchers.
e.g. no matter how you look at it, it comes down to men's selfish need to HAVE a woman as it'd need to be granted to them.
prostitution should not be a job at a time like this. i feel for the women that genuinely have no other options and i have no respect for any men who supports a business or culture like this
The women who get to clubs usually know what to expect and like it. If a women isn't into that kind of thing she won't go clubbing period. I understand not wanting to be harassed on the street or at the grocery store, but clubs are different, people who go clubbing are usually very sexual people.
A lot of straight women actually do go to gay clubs in order to not get hit on, and a lot of straight men have started following them there and pissing off the gay crowd.
I understand it's something they expect and accept but I think the question is should it?
Rape is bad, getting down with a guy at a club is not. Women in the end are the ones who choose who they'll sleep with, and it's usually the most attractive and witty guy at the club. People who think that women are innocent little snowflakes who can only be tricked into sex are misogynists
are you really this slow at photoshop?
you probably went through the effort to do this in paint, i bet
idk if this is relevant here but there is a lot more serious music being made in the dance scene these days
whether it just be the art crowd ala holly herndon or a widely acclaimed diverse artist, but they're forced into shitty venues, and when somebody sees their music as more than just dance music then they deserve an appropriate atmosphere, when they don't expect >>54635696 this type of harrassment
>A lot of straight women actually do go to gay clubs in order to not get hit on, and a lot of straight men have started following them there and pissing off the gay crowd.
this is funny because in my experience, 9 times out of 10, there is some attention-whore clique of womyn ruining the vibe for everyone.
Look, clubbing always has and always will be a place for men and women to hook up and get sexual. Most women who go to clubs aren't asexual fragile flowers, they're just as horny as the men who go to clubs. If a women really doesn't want to be hit on, she's not going to go clubbing, and if she does she can tell a guy to fuck off. But hook up culture in clubs is just part of human nature, guys advancing and hitting on girls is not abuse, manipulation, or harassment, it's basically the natural order of male female sexuality.
yeah honestly, i've only been to festivals in wide areas, so i wouldn't really know about it.
and even if i understand that, then (i didnt read the article) it would seem logical there is a need for those kinds of clubs as well
idk maybe i just want to go full r9k mode and call everyone degenerates and tell them to let me enjoy music the way i want to, and i'm sure plenty other people feel this way
nah i'm talking about the ones unfortunate enough to be the victims to such acts
sure it's all fine and dandy if you manage to raise your family well enough, that most vapid shit can be ignored but that doesn't mean it should be acceptable in our culture
of course economy probably has a much bigger part in all this but that's still a place to start, and it seems media is still stuck in whining about the most inane bullshit for clickbait
>There's a front view of her, too, complete with an anatomically improbable thigh gap.
confirmed for hamplanet!
>perpetuating rape culture
That's a MASSIVE logical leap between "strangers are allowed to publicly invite me to have sex with them" and "rape is acceptable"
i mean you're 100% free to wear some feminist personal space bumpers or maybe a giant bubble suit so nobody asks you for icky sticky sex but