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A nice remix to the late 90's classic, Way out West - The Gift:

 

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This, I believe, is breakbeat. Whatever it is, I like it (the only Pink Floyd remix I've liked in there, too):

http://soundcloud.com/kiwa


Edited by RubberDuk - 10/25/12 at 12:19pm
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I think this track (duo) might've been the first time I heard progressive house (well I guess this has more than a hint of deep house in it as well), but I might be wrong. I really love KIWAMU's minimalistic style. Hopefully he releases something equally great in the near future.

 

 

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Really enjoying Burial beerchug.gif Cheers Morbid!  

 

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Originally Posted by MorbidToaster View Post

Lets drop the genre argument since we're basically splitting hairs.

 

Lets just focus on this one...Let me flip that around and say this. How about you not make your first post in this thread a grand ego stroker that basically reads '90% of the music linked in this thread sucks. Here's what (I consider) real (good) Electronica music is.'

 

You come in making a comment like that and then try to complain about my ego stroking posts? Pot calling the kettle black, no?

 

This is a thread that I started 2 years ago now, and it's thrived because we avoid ridiculous, negative comments like yours and just let people post (and like) what they want. We've had a lot more than just you come in and put down everyone else's preferences before and it never goes over well.

 

Genre arguments are stupid, but insults direct of otherwise are just not cool. I'd say we both need to cool our engines and just link some good music.

 

 

As a matter of fact, music tastes are subjective. Stating my own personal opinion in an open thread about music is not "ego stroking". If I pointed out specific songs or even bands people posted and personally lambasted them for it, then those would be insults. 

My tastes in music improved (in my opinion) in part because of people telling me the bands I listened to sucked (in their opinion).

 

Laughing at someone because you think you know more about an arbitrary genre definition (while being completely incorrect about it), is however an ego stroke.

 

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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.

 

What were you saying about the pot calling the kettle black?
 


Edited by Eisenhower - 10/25/12 at 1:20pm
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Really enjoying Burial beerchug.gif Cheers Morbid!  

 

 

Untrue is a hauntingly beautiful album. 

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Really enjoying Burial beerchug.gif Cheers Morbid!  

 

 

 

Oh yes! Great music I listened every day since I discovered it here

 

 

Currently listening to this :

 

 

Rone "Tohu Bohu" Album

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Really enjoying Burial beerchug.gif Cheers Morbid!  

 

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Untrue is a hauntingly beautiful album. 

 

I've been enjoying Untrue for a couple of weeks now. I'm not sure if its surface might sound cold to some people or not, but all I'm sensing from it is inner warmth. I wouldn't call it a masterpiece (I very rarely use that term), and I'm not knowledgeable enough to say if it's even truly unique in any way or not, but it certainly has a very special atmosphere and has true inner beauty. Also thumbs up for sampling Metal Gear Solid 1 and 2 and the first track from the Silent Hill 3 OST.

 

I need to buy the debut album at some point…

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I've been enjoying Untrue for a couple of weeks now. I'm not sure if its surface might sound cold to some people or not, but all I'm sensing from it is inner warmth. I wouldn't call it a masterpiece (I very rarely use that term), and I'm not knowledgeable enough to say if it's even truly unique in any way or not, but it certainly has a very special atmosphere and has true inner beauty.

 

Yea, it's heart-wrenching it's so pure. Burial stays under the radar too, so I know he's not just looking for popularity. It's definitely one of a kind, as I've been to the deep undergrounds and back with electronic music and I've found nothing like it.

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This one really does it for me. Takes me into the ether.

 

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Anyone know anything with well recorded female vocals?  Looking for something that might go well with w3000s

 

For reference, ATB's greatest hits album in flac blew my mind <3


Edited by scott5526 - 10/25/12 at 5:21pm
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Heard this at a party over the weekend, can't get it out of my head. Nothing special, just insanely catchy.

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I really liked this song.  The way it started had me thinking it would be going in another direction.  Its nice and ambient with a more lively beat.

 

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A nice remix to the late 90's classic, Way out West - The Gift:

 

 

Edited by Merck - 10/25/12 at 7:28pm
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