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post #3511 of 5699

Not sure about the genre (and the vocals are a bit.. erm.. indie? :P)

In any case, Lithuanian electronic:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1IXu_hED8b0&hd=1

post #3512 of 5699
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The video (thus the full uninterrupted version) of Sub Focus' Tidal Wave was the first one. 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B8vlk1UR99k

 

The second was this one.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hicCHaC_z5I

 

 

sub focus is such a pro! i think almost everyone who does dnb was/is influenced by him. i remember when i was at a festival, sub focus was one of the last to preform on the 2nd (and last) day. i must have heard "out the blue" 50 times before i actually saw sub focus.

 

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Speaking of Tidal wave, here's a Flosstradmus remix I really enjoy:

 

 

awsome remix!

 

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Everyday by Rusko is awesome!  I know Rusko was suggested a while ago in this thread; so thank you very much.

 

This thread is like AM PM- too much good stuff.

 

yea this is definitely one of my favorite dnb tracks, i remember having just discovered it, i listened to it on repeat for like, 2 days.

 

 

glad to have my ears allmost completely heald so i can rejoin this thread, iv been lacking new music and it hurt almost as much as my ears did =]

 

post #3513 of 5699

Just subscribing to this thread, some great stuff on here.

 

Here's 2 albums that really stand out for me from the British scene, not sure if they've been mentioned.

 

 

 

post #3514 of 5699

 

One of my favorite album .. SebastiAn remixes...

 

One of my most favorite recent discoveries

 

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Just subscribing to this thread, some great stuff on here.

 

Here's 2 albums that really stand out for me from the British scene, not sure if they've been mentioned.

 

 

 

 

 

Wow .. thanks for suggesting this !

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Wow .. thanks for suggesting this !

Hey no probs. The James Blake one in particular is something of a modern classic imo. It's low key, slow electronic with soulful vocals, elements of dubstep. It's a hard genre of music to be original in these days, but I think hes done it. He's been nominated for plenty of awards but unjustifiably not won any. Great late night music!

I'd recommend any of his E.P's as well. As well as Mount Kimbie's back catologue as they work together and share a similar sound.

 

Cheers

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post #3518 of 5699

Not sure if this has been mentioned here before, but i just picked up Kid Koalas new album.

Loving every bit of it (pun intended).

 

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Thread Starter 

It's the only Trap song I've ever liked. I guess that's an accomplishment? Still a stupid genre, IMO.

 

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awsome remix!

 

 

 

James Blake is great, but I kind of consider it filthy hipster music (I own the LPs, lol). Strangely enough there's been a few 'hi-fi' mags that have loved the album and use it for test tracks. They all made some comment about audiophile Dubstep was never something they thought they'd see. 

 

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Originally Posted by LugBug1 View Post

Hey no probs. The James Blake one in particular is something of a modern classic imo. It's low key, slow electronic with soulful vocals, elements of dubstep. It's a hard genre of music to be original in these days, but I think hes done it. He's been nominated for plenty of awards but unjustifiably not won any. Great late night music!

I'd recommend any of his E.P's as well. As well as Mount Kimbie's back catologue as they work together and share a similar sound.

 

Cheers

post #3520 of 5699

Oh wow, this was released today and it's ridiculously cheap: http://www.beatport.com/release/only-silk-01/981835

 

I didn't expect Beatport to charge the regular price of one track for a 74 minutes long DJ mix. I don't mind, though. Not one bit.

 

Edit

Beatport has fixed their pricing and the DJ mix is now categorized as a mix as opposed to a track and the price has gone up considerably. I hope others managed to take advantage of the original price.


Edited by TJ Elite - 11/11/12 at 1:42pm
post #3521 of 5699
Thread Starter 

Mmmm...Prog House.

 

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Oh wow, this was released today and it's ridiculously cheap: http://www.beatport.com/release/only-silk-01/981835

 

I didn't expect Beatport to charge the regular price of one track for a 74 minutes long DJ mix. I don't mind, though. Not one bit.

post #3522 of 5699
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Originally Posted by sphecial View Post

Not sure if this has been mentioned here before, but i just picked up Kid Koalas new album.

Loving every bit of it (pun intended).

 

 

i didnt know kid koala was still going... his music is weird but it does have some appeal to it. i have to be in a very specific mood for it though. i do give "your mums favorite dj" a listen from time to time. 

 

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It's the only Trap song I've ever liked. I guess that's an accomplishment? Still a stupid genre, IMO.

 

 

why? i like its infantile simplicity. its just fun to listen to imho

post #3523 of 5699
Thread Starter 

It's like instrumental Hip Hop with worse beats. They tend to bloat it up with sub bass, too. Ruins the rest of the spectrum. 

 

It's basically this. 

 

Take original melody

Put in big sub booms

Simple Hip Hop snare rolls

Repeat all until end of song

 

I'd much prefer it the other way around. A good Glitch Hop song that they then put vocals over. Like this.

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EosW1OTuV9s Seriously, I love this song. So much. Favorite Glitch Mob song and my favorite modern rapper.

 

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why? i like its infantile simplicity. its just fun to listen to imho

post #3524 of 5699
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Originally Posted by MorbidToaster View Post

It's like instrumental Hip Hop with worse beats. They tend to bloat it up with sub bass, too. Ruins the rest of the spectrum. 

 

It's basically this. 

 

Take original melody

Put in big sub booms

Simple Hip Hop snare rolls

Repeat all until end of song

 

I'd much prefer it the other way around. A good Glitch Hop song that they then put vocals over. Like this.

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EosW1OTuV9s Seriously, I love this song. So much. Favorite Glitch Mob song and my favorite modern rapper.

 

oh i dont mean to get into genre disputes... im not saying trap is a complex and deep genre, im just saying its fun to listen to. cant abide by rap most times... maybe here and there if its part of a dnb song but other than that, not so much...

i LOVE the glitch mob, and having jay z in the background just makes me ignore him and listen to the music. i can just listen to the music without having to concentrate so much on ignoring any rappers... im curious about instrumental hip hop though, any recommendations? preferably youtube recommendations =]

post #3525 of 5699

Instrumental hip hop?  there's a LOT of good stuff out there, here's a few.  i didn't pick out special songs or anything, but enjoy anyways!

 

 

 

 

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