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post #61 of 74

Bringin' back memories here.

 

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Originally Posted by Bee inthe Attic View Post

Not sure how many of these have been mentioned, but some of my fav's:

(If you haven't yet heard DJ Shadow: Endtroducing..., go pick it up now)

 

 

Air: Premiers Symptomes

Bjork: Homogenic

Bugz In The Attic: Fabriclive.12

Daft Punk: Alive

Deltron 3030: self titled

DJ Krush: Zen

DJ Krush: The Message At The Depth

DJ Shadow: Endtroducing...

Dr. Octagon: Dr. Octagonecologyst

Felix Da Housecat: Kittenz And Thee Glitz

J Dilla: Donuts

Kid Koala: Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Kid Koala: Some Of My Best Friends Are DJs

Krafty Kuts: Freakshow

Kruder & Dorfmeister: G-Stone Book

Kruder & Dorfmeister: The K&D Sessions

Lamb: What Sound

Morcheeba: Big Calm

Mr. Scruff: Keep It Unreal

Plump DJs: Eargasm

Portishead: Dummy

Prefuse 73: One Word Extinguisher

RJD2: Deadringer

Roni Size: New Forms

Scratch Perverts: Fabriclive.22

Soulwax: Nite Versions

Thievery Corporation: The Outernational Sound

Tricky: Maxinquaye

The X-Ecutioners: X-Pressions

post #62 of 74
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Bringin' back memories here.

 


yup... this was the music that made me fall in love with music

post #63 of 74

Oh god. I love Dr. Octagon and Deltron 3030. I should have been in bed an hour ago, but I'm seriously going to go listen to those now...

post #64 of 74
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Oh god. I love Dr. Octagon and Deltron 3030. I should have been in bed an hour ago, but I'm seriously going to go listen to those now...

 

I saw Deltron 3030 perform their yet to be released follow-up album (Deltron Event II) over the summer. Get ready....

post #65 of 74

 

Not strictly electronic but there's loads of programmed stuff on it and it leans more that way than anything else they've done.


Edited by Somnambulist - 10/7/12 at 6:45am
post #66 of 74
Life changing for me are these 3 Tangerine Dream Albums


Ricochet
Pergamon epic
Rubycon

First 2 are live massive attack, underworld and orbital followed the trail that was blazed by these albums.
Try listening in the dark at night for full effect!
post #67 of 74
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Originally Posted by Somnambulist View Post

 

 

Not strictly electronic but there's loads of programmed stuff on it and it leans more that way than anything else they've done.

 

 

i remember ulver from my days as a metalhead. i forgot he had some electronical stuff aswell, i shall check it out

post #68 of 74

If you like ambient:

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post #69 of 74

Royksopp

Emancipator

Fingathing

Breakbot

Simian mobile disco

Mr Oizo

Quantic

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post #70 of 74

Some of my favorites, in no particular order:

 

Hibernation - Second Nature

Koan - When the Silence is Speaking

Bluetech - Sines and Singularities

Solar Fields - Leaving Home

Kaya Project - Walking Through

Commix - Call to Mind

Androcell - Efflorescence 

Kuba - Through a Lense

Kryptic Minds - Can't Sleep

Carbon Based Lifeforms - World of Sleepers

Ott - Mir

Proem - A Permanent Solution

Hol Baumann - [Human]

Kalya Scintilla - Dance the Spiral Neverending 

Aes Dana - Memory Shell

Entheogenic - Spontaneous Illumination

Helios - Eingya 

Thing - Ancient Gong

Trentmoller - Into the Great Wide Yonder

Tripswitch - Circuit Breaker

Phaeleh - Within the Emptiness

Kilowatts - Ground State

Asura - Life²

Fever Ray - Fever Ray

Eskmo - Eskmo

Clubroot - II

Bonobo - Days to Come

Little People - Mickey Mouse Operation

Bola - Kroungrine

Emancipator - Safe in the Steep Cliffs

Burial - Untrue

Brother - Hidden Depth

Boards of Canada - The Campfire Headphase 

post #71 of 74

Seems like this was resurrected but seeing as I didn't see it anywhere else and if anyone else is open to suggestions, more the indie electro-pop sort of stuff.

 

Cut Copy - In Ghost Colours

Van She - V

Breakbot - By Your Side

Grum - Heartbeats

 

Flight Facilities don't do albums, but are on regular rotation on my playlist. If they just chucked their singles on an album it would be up there as one of my favourites.

 

Some less well known:

 

Strange Talk

Gold Fields

Tim and Jean

Panama

Twinsy

Caseno

KAMP!

City Calm Down

RAC

Penguin Prison

Washed Out

 

All have a few good songs, not amazing 'albums/EPs' though I'd admit.

 

I've missed heaps but my music collection is a mess so just had a quick flick through what I'm listening to at the minute.


Edited by splaz - 6/17/13 at 8:38am
post #72 of 74
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Maybe this?


I can second this.

Also look into:
76:14 by Global Communication
Sounds From the Thievery Hi-Fi by Thievery Corporation
A New Stereophonic Sound Spectacular by Hooverphonic
Simple Things by Zero 7
post #73 of 74

Lots of fantastic stuff being put out there. The Glitch Mob love makes me so very happy :)

 

I'll throw something different out:

 

Solar Fields: Earthshine

 

 

Most of Magnus' stuff is complex and deeply layered ambient stuff. Earthshine is his more upbeat house style cd, and its unbelievable. I think it woud definitely fit into what you're looking for. 

 

On a side note, there is a song on one of his new albums that "changed my life." The first time I listened to it was one of those musical epiphanies. It's called Sombrero. Here's a link:

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F64ekQpA4Jw

 

Enjoy!

post #74 of 74

Magnus is a mastermind. 

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