Electronic Music Exchange (House, DnB, Dubstep, etc.)
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I'm surprised nobody hear listens to Hardstyle or Techno
The only techno I like is this and I am not even sure, if this is Techno 

 
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The only techno I like is this and I am not even sure, if this is Techno :rolleyes:
lol that's not techno.

[VIDEO]http://.youtube.com/watch?v=qKuh0SoIajk[/VIDEO]

Now this, is techno :L3000:
 
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I'm surprised nobody hear listens to Hardstyle or Techno
I do listen to techno, on occasion. Leonard Hummer's first album for example is brilliant – and free. Labels like Aura Music and Molecule Recordings also release really nice dark melodic techno on occasion. I must say, however, that when it comes to all things techy, I am much more inclined toward tech house. When it's done right, I'll likely take a well executed tech house tune over just about any techno track out there. The one below for example tickles my ear bones the right way.
 
 
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Well, what I've posted was Techno (Industrial Techno to be exact).
 
I'm not really into electronic music as much as Metal for example, but I know and like some Techno. Also, it makes great walking music during evenings and the more cloudy days...





 
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I do listen to techno, on occasion. Leonard Hummer's first album for example is brilliant – and free. Labels like Aura Music and Molecule Recordings also release really nice dark melodic techno on occasion. I must say, however, that when it comes to all things techy, I am much more inclined toward tech house. When it's done right, I'll likely take a well executed tech house tune over just about any techno track out there. The one below for example tickles my ear bones the right way.

Damn, that's actually a really good song. Repeat mode: on!

Do you listen to any drum and bass? I think you'll like Neurofunk (Dark DnB) give this song a listen:

[VIDEO]http://youtube.com/watch?v=jVYo5EOOSH0[/VIDEO]

You may know Spor as Feed Me, the electronic house producer. I don't know why he quit Spor but I very much prefer his old, classic DnB tunes to those new electro ones.
 
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  Well, what I've posted was Techno (Industrial Techno to be exact).
 
I'm not really into electronic music as much as Metal for example, but I know and like some Techno. Also, it makes great walking music during evenings and the more cloudy days...
 
 
in order, for those who care about the whole genre thing:
 
minimal techno (plastikman aka richie hawtin)
detroit techno (rhythim is rhythim  aka derrick may),
IDM (not techno) from the one and only aphex twin
 
3 gems in their respective genres I might add, considering the influence those records have had even until these days.
 
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lol that's not techno.

Now this, is techno
 
 
that is some generic happy hardcore..with some cheesy vocals.  nothing to do with techno.
 
 
some random cuts, new and old:
 
 
Jeff Mills - Step to enchantment
 
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eLtnhsLwSZE
 
 
Vainqueur -- Lyot (Maurizio Mix)
 
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XOiqVejo4gk
 
 
sandwell district sampler one - function
 
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=96NXxWvnChs
 
 
Lucy - Wytonia
 
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sHVx_mtlVDo
 
 
Alan Backdrop ‎- Ramas
 
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DD04cJSajQQ
 
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  Dude, I love MitiS!!! Nice taste in music.
 
this is my #1 source for chilled out music on YouTube: 
 
https://www.youtube.com/user/KeepMeChilled
Here's a song you might like. It's one of my favorite songs of this month so far
And the T-Mass Remix is just as awesome
 
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I'm surprised nobody hear listens to Hardstyle or Techno
hardstyle not my fav, listen to it some. 
 
I will be seeing Isaac and D-Block & S-Te-Fan this weekend though! so excited. 
 
 
 
 
 
 
headhunterz is awesome. the melody in this =). 
 
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  Leif - Dinas Oleu
Some really good deep house. D5000 winner
  Reminiscent of the better Lawrence tracks but with added warmth.
 
http://fearofflying.bandcamp.com/album/dinas-oleu
 
 
giving credit where credit is due,
 
this is very nice album. unexpected from him to deliver such a nice work, definitely his best in his 10+ years of activity.
 
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Shingo's new album is finally available on digital distributors and Spotify today. Go check it out!
 
Spotify: https://play.spotify.com/album/06hyq0iuaAOy4oH2hNENYW
Beatport: http://www.beatport.com/release/days/1253632
iTunes Store: https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/days/id823381443
 
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  I know you guys are too good to listen to Skrillex (Only kidding! Don't start a hate train lol.
) but his debut album just came out and I quite like it. A lot of experimentation. Some classic Skrill and some cool new stuff. If only there were more tracks...
https://soundcloud.com/skrillex/ragga-bomb-feat-ragga-twins?in=skrillex/sets/recess
https://soundcloud.com/skrillex/fire-away-feat-kid-harpoon?in=skrillex/sets/recess
 
I like a few of the tracks but I'm not a fan of all the trap-like influences. Too much emptiness that's only "filled" with bass. Gotta give him some respect for changing it up though, I would have never guessed this album was Skrillex's work 2 years ago.
 
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I like a few of the tracks but I'm not a fan of all the trap-like influences. Too much emptiness that's only "filled" with bass. Gotta give him some respect for changing it up though, I would have never guessed this album was Skrillex's work 2 years ago.
I quite enjoy Trap when it's done well, but most of time it isn't. I really like Dirty Vibe aside from the rap though. Honestly I don't really care about genre so much as I do the song itself, you know? I mean, I don't care if it's "Happy Hardcore with Trap and Brostep influences" if I enjoy the tune.  I still don't like most of the vocals though, some of them feel like obscenities were thrown in to be "edgy" when anything else would have worked instead.
 
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