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More melodic version of Autechre?

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Autechre is my single favorite electronic act.

That said, although I love their more technical/latter work as well, sometimes I am more in the mood for something more melodic (like Amber, Incunabula and Tri Rep and the like).

 

Other than Aphex Twin, Venetian Snares and Squarepusher...and other recos?

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Boards Of Canada is my favorite electronica band.

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Kwitel, do you know (Chris) Clark? He can get technical and wild but also melodic at times. Some of his releases I can't bear listening to but some are really good. An interesting artist.

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Boards Of Canada is my favorite electronica band.

 

I like them too; ironically just bought Geoggadi last night as I have been meaning to buy it for what feels like years now...

 

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Kwitel, do you know (Chris) Clark? He can get technical and wild but also melodic at times. Some of his releases I can't bear listening to but some are really good. An interesting artist.

 

I do not. Will look into him now. Thanks.

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I like them too; ironically just bought Geoggadi last night as I have been meaning to buy it for what feels like years now...

 

That's cool. I have the limited digibook version of that album. I think I got it along with this BOC T-shirt. :cool:

 

Copied from my profile: trance, techno, drum and bass, trip hop, industrial, dark electro, ambient, dance. Do you like any of these other genres? If so, I can list a few more things.

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Try Ricardo donoso - assimilating the shadow
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That's cool. I have the limited digibook version of that album. I think I got it along with this BOC T-shirt. :cool:

 

Copied from my profile: trance, techno, drum and bass, trip hop, industrial, dark electro, ambient, dance. Do you like any of these other genres? If so, I can list a few more things.

 

Use to be a jungle DJ; love all those genre :)

 

I am ALWAYS looking for good hard acid house and/or hard tech-house. Preferably DJ sets.

 

Also dark electro; albums or dj sets.

 

Recommendations welcome!

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Alright! For the sake of simplicity, I will only list a few things.

 

trance: Trancewerks Anthems Non-Stop Mix

techno: Einhänder Original Soundtrack

drum and bass (and tons more): the songs from WipEout HD and WipEout 2048

trip hop: Silent Hill 3 Original Soundtrack

dark electro, industrial: Ice Ages

ambient: Steve Roach

neoclassical darkwave, dark ambient: Dargaard

ambient electronica, neoclassical darkwave, world: Amethystium

 

Also, check out my free music thread.


Edited by Music Alchemist - 11/26/14 at 1:23pm
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Alright! For the sake of simplicity, I will only list a few things.

 

trance: Trancewerks Anthems Non-Stop Mix

techno: Einhänder Original Soundtrack

drum and bass (and tons more): the songs from WipEout HD and WipEout 2048

trip hop: Silent Hill 3 Original Soundtrack

dark electro, industrial: Ice Ages

ambient: Steve Roach

neoclassical darkwave, dark ambient: Dargaard

ambient electronica, neoclassical darkwave, world: Amethystium

 

Also, check out my free music thread.

 

Thank you MA but none of this is really what im looking for.

 

Any Acid House, Tech House or Electro?

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Thank you MA but none of this is really what im looking for.

 

Any Acid House, Tech House or Electro?

 

Unfortunately, no, but Ice Ages is dark electro, which you requested.

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