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Hey guys, just wondering if any of you knew of any songs similar to feed me, and these 2 songs? 
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I really want more music of this style, loving it!
post #3767 of 5664
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Originally Posted by Sanotter View Post

Hey guys, just wondering if any of you knew of any songs similar to feed me, and these 2 songs? 
and 
 
I really want more music of this style, loving it!

sounds like liquid drum and bass to me. the channel of the 1st video (liquicity) is an excellent source for more groups of similar sounds.

off the top of my head, here are a few recommendations: netsky, rollz, loadstar, fred v and grafix (a personal favorite), maduk, feint, rameses b, sulex, two thirds (another favorite). id start with netsky as hes by far the most popular and you should be able to find lots of his tracks on youtube pretty easily, some of the groups iv listed are a bit obscure.

 

other drum and bass (not liquid) which is also recommended: high contrast (his last album "The Agony & The Ecstasy" is a masterpiece imo), chase and status, black sun empire.

 

hope this helps

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Originally Posted by adamlr View Post

sounds like liquid drum and bass to me. the channel of the 1st video (liquicity) is an excellent source for more groups of similar sounds.

off the top of my head, here are a few recommendations: netsky, rollz, loadstar, fred v and grafix (a personal favorite), maduk, feint, rameses b, sulex, two thirds (another favorite). id start with netsky as hes by far the most popular and you should be able to find lots of his tracks on youtube pretty easily, some of the groups iv listed are a bit obscure.

 

other drum and bass (not liquid) which is also recommended: high contrast (his last album "The Agony & The Ecstasy" is a masterpiece imo), chase and status, black sun empire.

 

hope this helps


every single one of those artists I'm loving, thanks so much! :D

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every single one of those artists I'm loving, thanks so much! :D

Another satisfied customer ;]

 

I myself would like to get recommendations for some dark ambient records. From the art side of things.

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Another satisfied customer ;]

I myself would like to get recommendations for some dark ambient records. From the art side of things.

Anything by Lustmord and of course RDJ's Ambient Works albums.
post #3771 of 5664
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every single one of those artists I'm loving, thanks so much! :D

 

 

glad i could be of service =]

 

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Originally Posted by Kirnupiima View Post

Another satisfied customer ;]

 

I myself would like to get recommendations for some dark ambient records. From the art side of things.

not quite my department, if you post some examples it will help others know what your looking for. naming genres isn't always helpful.  however, im sure MorbidToasters recommendations will be stellar.

 

 

carrying on - new soular order track, and a very good one at that:

http://soundcloud.com/soularorder/soular-order-distance

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Thread Starter 
Here's a short bio from BWR on Lustmord.

Lustmord (b. Brian Williams), is a Los Angeles, CA, USA dark ambient / industrial electronica musician, who started recording with SPK (early-1980s). He utilizes ultra-low frequencies - infrasound (i.e. below 20Hz, known to cause feelings of awe or fear). Lustmord has extracted field recordings (made in crypts, caves & slaughterhouses), occasionally combined these with ritual incantations, Tibetan horns & other acoustic phenomena treatments - often encased in expanded bass rumbles.

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First track of his I ever heard featured shotgun blasts followed by babies crying. Brutal.
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Originally Posted by MorbidToaster View Post

Here's a short bio from BWR on Lustmord.
Lustmord (b. Brian Williams), is a Los Angeles, CA, USA dark ambient / industrial electronica musician, who started recording with SPK (early-1980s). He utilizes ultra-low frequencies - infrasound (i.e. below 20Hz, known to cause feelings of awe or fear). Lustmord has extracted field recordings (made in crypts, caves & slaughterhouses), occasionally combined these with ritual incantations, Tibetan horns & other acoustic phenomena treatments - often encased in expanded bass rumbles.
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First track of his I ever heard featured shotgun blasts followed by babies crying. Brutal.

My first tracks by him were some Tool remixes. Didn't like those at all at the time. I should try his own stuff. Hopefully for better success :] Thank you sir.

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One of the best house tracks I've heard in ages.  If someone asked me, "Dave, how are vocals used to greatest effect in house music?" I might easily respond with this

 

 

Ladies and gentlemen, stick with this one until after 3:00.  Trust.  I like this remix much better than the original.

 

 

Still in house mode, so one more.

 


Edited by dmcs414 - 11/30/12 at 9:18am
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Been spending quite a bit of time with this, and its good. I don't enjoy it quite as much as Nothing Else (I love what they do with the organ!) but its a very good album all the same. Ghosst(s) is especially good with LCD2's with that double bass used cello styley. I've been going through their back cat (Grief Machine and Drugs are agreeing with me big style!) and they are very good Dubstep imo. Cheers for the recommendation Morbs.

 

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post #3776 of 5664
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Originally Posted by Kirnupiima View Post

Another satisfied customer ;]

I myself would like to get recommendations for some dark ambient records. From the art side of things.

Try Phace, NickBee, Icicle (older stuff is dnb, newer stuff is dark dungeon dubstep), Hybris, Rido, Malk. All dark dnb

EDIT: this is my first post here. I belong here. I'm pretty big into dnb (I guess you can call me a basement DJ of sorts), but not really huge on jump up. I love me a great jump up mix (a la Andy C for example) but for general listening, and mixing purposes, I'm more interested in the dark and moody rollers and neuro funk, like The Upbeats, Mefjus, Noisia, Phace, Audio, Calyx and TeeBee, etc. Liquid has a special place for me, but not a lot, it has to have that soul to it, and attention to detail is key. I find a lot of Liquicity channel artis use more synths that I like for a nice liquid track, for example. Brookes Brothers, Fred V and Grafix, Kove, Sigma are some pretty special producers in my eyes.
Edited by Apo0th3karY - 11/30/12 at 2:57pm
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http://music.musicofthemoon.com/album/moon-ep

 

Just found this guy on Bandcamp, I actually like his style quite a bit. 

 

 

Also dmcs, that Ben Pearce song is excellent! Haven't listened to the other two yet though :3

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Dunno if this has been posted before, but Neros new EP is out. loving it. 

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Originally Posted by Kirnupiima View Post

I myself would like to get recommendations for some dark ambient records. From the art side of things.

 

Cinematic and panoramic Dark Ambient:

Raison d'etre, Desiderii Marginis, Atrium Carceri.

 

Constrict, industrial Dark Ambient, Drone:

Inade, Bad Sector, Elysium Facade.

 

Also, space ambient is also very related. I prefer Steve Roach, Jonn Serrie, Robert Rich and Numina.

 

It's only tear in the ocean, let me know if you interested. biggrin.gif

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Dunno if this has been posted before, but Neros new EP is out. loving it. 

 

Yep, good stuff right there.

 

This tune is unbelievable, especially because the maker is 16:

 

 

New Smooth out as well:

 

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