Techno/Disco/Electronic thread, no b8 intended, if you come to hate go somewhere else boi
Aww little babbie thinks all who listen to this music are all the same! Isn't that adorable. Well I can play that game to! All people who listen to any form of rock are chubby basement dwellers that never grew up from the teenage angst phase.
loI was a regular from 2008-2011. Trust me, things were different back then.
People only respected you based upon the obscurity of your taste and what underground genres you were interested in.
I still got you, regardless of those who insist on the "you don't like what I like so your taste in music is bad" mindset. One would think that people grow out of this by a certain age.
That sounds so sad. Like the workings of highschool popularity. Funny that in trying to be different, we are all the same. I hope some people here realize that and move on with life lol
it's actually pretty fun listening to music that nobody else has for decades. And sharing that music with people who actually appreciate experimental genres that the mainstream populace can't rap their heads around.
That is something you obviously can't appreciate.
I actually went to ULTRA a few years ago to go see Kraftwerk. It was funny because they influenced the entire edm genre but I was one of 50 people in audience at a music festival with 50,000 attendees...
You type like your brain's been fried from too much molly.
Seriously, everyone likes a bit of brainless club music when they're in an actual fucking club. Why are you trying to discuss this kind of shit on a music discussion board? What is there to discuss? There's nothing interesting about it, nothing deeper than a catchy beat.
>Don't worry about those who willingly limit themselves on musical taste
I listened to EDM about a good 3-4 years. Got into electronic music through it.
It's pretty shit. Repeated ideas to ad nauseum. There's a "trend" and everyone makes what's pretty much the same track, over and over again. It gets boring.
Why can't I do it for both? Everybody tries to carve out some unique identity for themselves.
I truly enjoy the music I listen to. I see the obscurity of it as an added plus. It's like that childhood feeling of finding a rare Pokemon card or as an adult when you find a really good ethnic restaurant that has cheap prices and not many people know about. Both bring you joy and happiness. I don't see what's wrong with that.
I'll just post some music I like
Are there even any decent clubs in your area? Most clubs suck since the normies destroyed the scene but there are still some good ones left if you look hard enough.
Damn thing cut off cuz I don't got google play
Anyways, the build-up is good, but you may want to shorten the intro monoluage. Try to get the message through with fewer words, and also maybe add some effects to the voice
It was so simple, all you had to do was not click this thread. To you have an anger problem and just couldn't help it?
EDM != Techno/Disco/Electronic
>the acronym "EDM" was adopted by the U.S. music industry and music press as a buzzword to describe the increasingly commercial American electronic music scene that developed in the 2000s
EDM is a very niche genre. Of utter shit.
The worst kind of trance...
> not posting god tier Ibiza trance instead
y'all know this kind of music is based on commercail and making money in a short period of time.
I strongly advice that you guys read the interview with troxler about EDM.
Anyway, grow up in your musical taste. Try to find the love that producers put in their tracks. You wont find it in EDM.
Goodluck and godspeed anons, cause your musical taste is shit.
>Try to find the love that producers put in their tracks.
I know exactly what you're thinking of and there are definitely producers like that. Not much tho. I guess you can hear that on an album.
That's pretty commercial sounding imo. this one however:
>you will never met her in miami
>tfw this dj died 4 years ago
This is much more of a progressive/tech trance. Around 4:45 Holy shit!!
>Ultra is over
it was honestly fun, even if it was poppy big room stuff