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Depending on poster size (if I have to get custom frames I'll scream) I'll probably frame those posters. It's just so much content in a box set. I thought getting all 65 remixes in BT's THM box was good. I can't imagine how much stuff I'm going to get on 7 CDs and 6 LPs. 

 

I'm also definitely using one of my mini easels to display it. The bolts make it so I won't want to just put it on a shelf and scratch stuff up. :D

 

Oh, and it's not a wasted post. People can always go find that video since you gave the title and artist.

post #3197 of 5795
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Originally Posted by Sonic Defender View Post

That is one sweet box set MorbidToaster, so jealous.

Here is a decent litlle DnB from Pitch Black called Unadrumma. It builds nicely. This version on YouTube seems to be different than the version from the original album, and I think the original version is better, but this is also worth a spin. A little on the longer side.

Okay forget it, I paste the link and it looks like it works until I submit the actual post and then nothing. Sucks, sorry for the wasted post.

Keep them coming Sonic Defender!

really enjoy the styles of music you have been recommending. I listen a lot laying down at night and these work a treat!
post #3198 of 5795

Nice to know people appreciate the finds. Well, let's try this link. It is from the same album by Pitch Black and the track is called Electric Earth (DC mix). Nice, simple, inviting. According to BP it is a Techno House track. What the F*&%#, same problem. I am wondering if the links don't work due to the videos being found as related content, I'm going to try something here. Okay, so that is the problem, it appears that if I try to link a video from the related content results that the link doesn't work. Here is the video.

 


Edited by Sonic Defender - 9/23/12 at 9:25am
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There's a free podcast called Tokyo Bliss which has been around since February 2011. They release a roughly hour-long episode about once a month. The episodes consist of gapless DJ mixes without speech or ads and each episode is put together by one of the artists who are part of the Otographic Music label or sometimes by Kenji Sekiguchi, who I think might be the founder of the label. They have already released 20 episodes which total just over 19 hours of music. Try to guess what I have been listening most of the weekend?

 

You can follow this link to listen and subscribe for free: http://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/tokyo-bliss/id417167500


Edited by TJ Elite - 9/23/12 at 1:12pm
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Awesome trance tune,you can't miss this one!

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mq2lrR2vAI8

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just found these guys and i thought id share. couldnt find any youtube links with decent quality but nevermind...

 

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And it's free ya'll. Totally buying the vinyl. It's that same awesome blue color you see there. aka...my favorite color.

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Mshenay - i dont think i understood what you said... are you saying artists peak with their first release and then its all down hill? cause i just dont get that. are you saying that whether the music is old or new isn't a criterion for how good the music is? cause thats not what i was saying, i was saying that in netskys case, i prefer his earlyer releases...

 

 

 

No not at all, I was simple making the comment that I enjoy older artist works more than newer ones. When the music was made doesn't dictate wheater it is good or bad, I'm simply commenting on a trend that I notice within my own tastes, in addition I expressed an exception to this trend in that the music of Beck Hansen I always enjoy... I like his old works and his new works equally... where as with other artists like Liquid Stranger I prefer the older to the newer... is his new stuff bad... no but I don't like it <3

 

Also Sonic, how do you like the dt 880 for DnB and Electro? I'm getting a pair my self very soon, I'm going to pair it with a e11 and a Hifiman Hm 601. My aim is to get a nice warm brightness to my Nu Jazz [which actually could fit in this section seeing as it's Eletronic] My xb700's are pretty terrible really... they do only one genre good and are very DARK... still how do you like the dt 880s for Drum n bass? 

 

Also here's some Nu Jazz 

 

Which ironically sounds pretty nice with an Unamped Xb700 [so amped dt880 should be magical] 

 

More nu Jazz


Edited by Mshenay - 9/24/12 at 10:15am
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jDplwu9kH9Y&feature=youtu.be

Seven Lions. 'Nuff said. Can't link the vid straight to head-fi for some reason.
post #3205 of 5795

I kind of didn't expect to see a Shingo Nakamura remix of Alien, but here it is. It was released last week. Enjoy.

 


Edited by TJ Elite - 10/2/12 at 3:40pm
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Originally Posted by Mad Lust Envy View Post

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jDplwu9kH9Y&feature=youtu.be
Seven Lions. 'Nuff said. Can't link the vid straight to head-fi for some reason.

>Seven Lions

My body is ready.
post #3207 of 5795

My god:

 

 

 

 

Today is a good day...

post #3208 of 5795

Nice tunes... although I must say... I hate audio from my PC... I need an e9 e7 combo -.- as my Audio Card is some stock junk >.> 

post #3209 of 5795
If you have an SPDIF out on your PC, skip the E7 and get a Fiio D3. It's cheaper, and has a better DAC.
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If you have an SPDIF out on your PC, skip the E7 and get a Fiio D3. It's cheaper, and has a better DAC.

Sadly I do not have that on my PC... 

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