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Originally Posted by Sonic Defender View Post

Thanks liqwidlord for the sweet track link, I like that sound quite a bit, plenty of energy and punch. Very cool.


Glad you like. I'm a big fan of that sound as well. Haven't been able to find a great deal of the same yet. Always on the hunt though.


 

This guy below is an absolute genius imo. Saw him play at a festival in Australia last year. I had no idea who he was and he absolutely blew me away. Opened me up to a whole new sound that i didn't know existed. Loved every minute of his set. Quality isn't the best, definately doesn't do it any justice. Was the best one i could find. He's got such a huge love for his music he gives it away free off his website. http://www.prettylightsmusic.com/#/home

 

Great party tune:

 

 

This one is a lot more chilled out. Love the vinyl scratching through it

 

Another one of his

 


 

And last but certainly not least, some great liquid DnB


Edited by liqwidlord - 9/4/12 at 7:38pm
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So much tastey material, brain starting to lock-up! @H20, glad you and your brother are digging the Phutureprimitive and what a bonus that it is so well recorded and mastered. The tracks all have weight to them that feels more like non-sampled music, but you get all the crunchy textures and clarity that comes with quality samples. I am about to go for a nice listening session. There is also a nice collection of tracks available at Beatport from Aleph Zero Records called Dark Room Beats. It is mostly chill out and a little deep house, but quite good material and mastering overall, although to my ear much of it lacks some of the heft that Kinetic has.


Massive thank you for the Phutureprimitive tip! Just bought the album off beatport AND my Denon AH-D7000's rocked up in the mail today. It's gonna be a good night!!

 

EDIT: Lovin this off that aforementioned album

 

 

Just found this...so much emotion



Edited by liqwidlord - 9/5/12 at 3:49am
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Like it. I liked the Prog Mix more than the original. 

 

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Thanks liqwidlord, the Pretty Lights stuff is very good, I'll have to see if I can find some quality files to download of his work. The Crimsonix was pretty nice as well, thanks for the links. You say you purchased the Phutureprimitive through BP? I hope you didn't pay more than $10 as you can get the albums in Flac files from Bandcamp. I don't like that BP only gives you MP3 (320 or not, it is still a lossy file) instead of a Flac download. I did buy about three albums from BP recently, but had I opted to buy Wav files they wanted like $9 extra, what the hell? I know it takes more bandwidth, storage space, but give me a break, by that time your paying as much as if you were buying a CD from a bricks and mortar store that has to pay to store an actual CD so they have much more overhead associated with each item, certainly more that BP does. Plus when I buy an CD from a store for that price I get the CD with all the liner notes and cover art. Sorry for the rant, but I don't get how BP sets such a stupid price for lossless music.

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cheers to all who explained phutureprimitive to me, much obliged =] 

i am however interested in something else at the moment and so - 

 

 

please recommend youtube channels for house/deep house/ dark house/trap.

 

until now iv been listening mostly to drum and bass or dubstep and most of the music i find on channels such as ukf, liquicity, MrSuicideSheep, quantum etc.

 

id be very thankful if you could recommend such channels for the genres listed above. 

 

so far iv enjoyed some of afrojack (replica is my favorite i think), armin van buuren (the sound of goodbye for example), iv loved faithless since i was like 15 and i even have an old ayla cd somewhere.. all these are good but i get the feeling like theres better stuff out there and i just dont know where to look.

 

 

 

and just for the sake of not posting anything - heres a good oldie-but-goldie (in my opinion of course)

 

 

also, i thought some people would want to know about this:

http://soundcloud.com/truthdubstep/sets/loves-shadow-ep-1/

 

truth released some more stuff

 

i cant seem to link it properly... just copy paste if your interested...


Edited by adamlr - 9/5/12 at 1:17pm
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A free UK Hardcore EP can be downloaded by going to this address: http://lilium-rec.com/release/llmr-001-1st-release/

 

I only know of this EP because Freezer is responsible for half of the music on it. I already linked his own free EP a couple of pages back. The files are 320kbps LAME 3.98 encoded MP3s, by the way.


Edited by TJ Elite - 9/5/12 at 2:23pm
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Originally Posted by adamlr View Post

cheers to all who explained phutureprimitive to me, much obliged =] 

i am however interested in something else at the moment and so - 

 

 

please recommend youtube channels for house/deep house/ dark house/trap.

 

until now iv been listening mostly to drum and bass or dubstep and most of the music i find on channels such as ukf, liquicity, MrSuicideSheep, quantum etc.

 

id be very thankful if you could recommend such channels for the genres listed above. 

 

so far iv enjoyed some of afrojack (replica is my favorite i think), armin van buuren (the sound of goodbye for example), iv loved faithless since i was like 15 and i even have an old ayla cd somewhere.. all these are good but i get the feeling like theres better stuff out there and i just dont know where to look.

 

 

 

and just for the sake of not posting anything - heres a good oldie-but-goldie (in my opinion of course)

 

 

 

also, i thought some people would want to know about this:

http://soundcloud.com/truthdubstep/sets/loves-shadow-ep-1/

 

truth released some more stuff

 

i cant seem to link it properly... just copy paste if your interested...

 

 

Can't reccomend you anything besides TrapandBass and Aliasizmbass for Trap. 

 

Btw, Traum is an awesome track (posted it a while back in the thread) and that Truth EP is great, love his stuff.

 

This is awesome as well:

 


Edited by TehJam - 9/5/12 at 2:52pm
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Thanks liqwidlord, the Pretty Lights stuff is very good, I'll have to see if I can find some quality files to download of his work. The Crimsonix was pretty nice as well, thanks for the links. You say you purchased the Phutureprimitive through BP? I hope you didn't pay more than $10 as you can get the albums in Flac files from Bandcamp. I don't like that BP only gives you MP3 (320 or not, it is still a lossy file) instead of a Flac download. I did buy about three albums from BP recently, but had I opted to buy Wav files they wanted like $9 extra, what the hell? I know it takes more bandwidth, storage space, but give me a break, by that time your paying as much as if you were buying a CD from a bricks and mortar store that has to pay to store an actual CD so they have much more overhead associated with each item, certainly more that BP does. Plus when I buy an CD from a store for that price I get the CD with all the liner notes and cover art. Sorry for the rant, but I don't get how BP sets such a stupid price for lossless music.

No problem. Pretty Lights has only got 320 MP3's on his site, but i have just noticed that there are tracks on beatport which you can get in WAV/AIFF. Crimsonix has another one called "Saturday" which i'm loving at the moment. This is the only preview i can give you unfortunately.. http://www.beatport.com/release/in-the-rain-saturday/892784

 

I did make the mistake of buying Kinetic (Album) through BP. I did some further investigating afterwards to see what else he was up to and stumbled across his website with all his tracks on there, for sooo much cheaper. Needless to say i was bummed but i ended up doing some retail therapy and bought all the rest of his stuff, so i was happy after that. Could not believe how much more BP charge for WAV files. Ridiculous. I guess they're capitalizing on the fact that, not everyone cares too much about the quality of their tunes, and they know that the people that do, are going to pay it. If you know of anywhere else that flogs them off cheaper, let me know! I think from now on, i'm going to do some digging elsewhere, before i commit to buy.

 

Anyway, check out this guy. He's from Perth, Australia. Quality isn't the best in this vid. Pretty impressive imo

 

 

If your a fan of Hip-Hop, check this..

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Thread Starter 

Really glad to see someone else that listens to Dub FX. I've been a fan of his for many years now. I think he's one of the most original artists I've ever seen/heard. It's fantastic. 

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Is this Japanese UK Hardcore? Hype.

 

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A free UK Hardcore EP can be downloaded by going to this address: http://lilium-rec.com/release/llmr-001-1st-release/

 

I only know of this EP because Freezer is responsible for half of the music on it. I already linked his own free EP a couple of pages back. The files are 320kbps LAME 3.98 encoded MP3s, by the way.

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Is this Japanese UK Hardcore? Hype.

 

Indeed it is.


Edited by TJ Elite - 9/7/12 at 5:42am
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The DubFX is really, really good. He is as you said impressive and as Morbid said, very original. This is such a good thread, I'll have so many new artists to check out. I only wish I had more time and money. So liqwidlord, how are the 7000s? They are a pair  of headphones I have been paying attention to for a while now. What are you driving them with? I'm sure Kinetik must sound sick through them!

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Hence why I dropped Beatport on its ass when I saw their prices and then had crappy experience with their customer service, who would give me nothing but generic answers as to why the download I paid $15 for wasn't working. They have their own program just so they can put ads and crapware on your computer; Bandcamp requires no downloads except the music itself, and the artists set the price. Phutureprimitive's stuff is the same price for FLAC as MP3.

 

Conclusion:

Fluck Beatport

Bandcamp 4 lyfe

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Originally Posted by Sonic Defender View Post

Thanks liqwidlord, the Pretty Lights stuff is very good, I'll have to see if I can find some quality files to download of his work. The Crimsonix was pretty nice as well, thanks for the links. You say you purchased the Phutureprimitive through BP? I hope you didn't pay more than $10 as you can get the albums in Flac files from Bandcamp. I don't like that BP only gives you MP3 (320 or not, it is still a lossy file) instead of a Flac download. I did buy about three albums from BP recently, but had I opted to buy Wav files they wanted like $9 extra, what the hell? I know it takes more bandwidth, storage space, but give me a break, by that time your paying as much as if you were buying a CD from a bricks and mortar store that has to pay to store an actual CD so they have much more overhead associated with each item, certainly more that BP does. Plus when I buy an CD from a store for that price I get the CD with all the liner notes and cover art. Sorry for the rant, but I don't get how BP sets such a stupid price for lossless music.

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