Electronic/House/Dance/Techno music

Electronic/House/Dance/Techno music

Postby jack_daniels » 22 Nov 2007, 18:05

Currently listening to The Field-Sun and Ice. The same production team that worked on the KOMPAKT comp. that came out over the summer.

Has a cool euro-trance/minimal house vibe to it. You can dance to it at the club, or it's perfect study music, which is what I'm doing right now. Works on many levels. Definitely recommended.
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Postby Magnum » 22 Nov 2007, 20:17

This music sucks. I think this thread should be locked.
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Postby jack_daniels » 22 Nov 2007, 20:22

OK well I'm obviously not talking about the Ace of Base or C+C Music Factory club trash shit you might hear on the radio.

There's good shit in this genre out there, find it and open your mind.
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Postby Magnum » 22 Nov 2007, 20:27

I'll do that when you stop double posting. How's that?
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Postby someguysomewhere » 22 Nov 2007, 21:36

I'll defend _ on this one. It's a pretty broad genre of music, that has some really good stuff in it.

It's not something I'm into these days really, but I used to really like some older stuff by The Orb, Orbital, and 808 State.
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Postby mister bacon » 22 Nov 2007, 22:20

someguysomewhere wrote:I'll defend _ on this one. It's a pretty broad genre of music, that has some really good stuff in it.

It's not something I'm into these days really, but I used to really like some older stuff by The Orb, Orbital, and 808 State.



yeah i agree, some older stuff is great. i used spin house and techno, so i know the stuff from about 98-04 like a mother knows a child.

since i came to school though i don't really know shit.

so i pose this question to those who love the block rockin beats..

i am thinking of purchasing an LCD Soundsystem Album. which one should I buy?
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Postby Fletch » 23 Nov 2007, 01:08

someguysomewhere wrote:I'll defend _ on this one. It's a pretty broad genre of music, that has some really good stuff in it.

It's not something I'm into these days really, but I used to really like some older stuff by The Orb, Orbital, and 808 State.


Agreed - I'm not super into it or anything, but I'm sure there's more than enough people that like it to warrant a thread.

I've got a few Orb albums as well. If you're into acid, there is no better music.
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Postby WampaOne » 23 Nov 2007, 07:12

As a fan of metal and 80s synthpop, I just can?t ignore this. Mods, please

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Postby jack_daniels » 23 Nov 2007, 09:25

Bacon, get Sound of Silver. Right away.
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Postby Dunking Donut » 23 Nov 2007, 09:31

I like Rabbit In The Moon. You can download some shit for free off their website. I like Out Of Body Experience.


http://rabbitinthemoon.com/


It's a genre where I can do a couple songs (what's that, like 45 minutes?), tops, while sober.
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Postby Dr. Spaceman » 23 Nov 2007, 11:27

if you like Rabbit in the Moon stuff, check out a guy on their label,
DJ Three, some excellent mixes floating about...

also if you can get your hands on Claude Von Stroke's recent
Essential Mix....it's an absolute gem.


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both....and All of my Friends off the new album makes the hair on my neck stand up.....basically sums up a large chapter of my life :cry:
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Postby mister bacon » 23 Nov 2007, 11:48

WampaOne wrote:As a fan of metal and 80s synthpop, I just can?t ignore this. Mods, please

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ironically he found a flyer off of a rave website.

and besides wampa, the same record label that gave us joy division help drive techno into the forefront of music in europe. haven't you seen 24 Hour Party People?

eighties synthpop and house and techno are very closely related. they influenced each other big time.
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Postby jack_daniels » 23 Nov 2007, 11:53

Dr. Spaceman wrote:if you like Rabbit in the Moon stuff, check out a guy on their label,
DJ Three, some excellent mixes floating about...

also if you can get your hands on Claude Von Stroke's recent
Essential Mix....it's an absolute gem.



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Postby WampaOne » 23 Nov 2007, 13:39

mister bacon wrote:
WampaOne wrote:As a fan of metal and 80s synthpop, I just can?t ignore this. Mods, please


ironically he found a flyer off of a rave website.

and besides wampa, the same record label that gave us joy division help drive techno into the forefront of music in europe. haven't you seen 24 Hour Party People?

eighties synthpop and house and techno are very closely related. they influenced each other big time.


I agree that techno, specially late 80?s house has a lot to do with synthpop, I consider them like sons of synth or something (bastards sons nonetheless).

That part of 24 Hour Party People where he says the DJ?s are the stars right now, the Hacienda goes all techno, electro and shit, it just depresses me. The movie should have focused more on his regret about not signing The Smiths. Plus, I wanted to post a picture of Judge Dread :mrgreen: Baconator, if you want to continue this discussion, please let?s take this to the a more musical thread, I rather not contribute in increasing post count on the techno tread
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Postby jack_daniels » 23 Nov 2007, 13:50

I checked around, and I can't find that mix anywhere... where else am I supposed to get it, besides asking duder for it?

24 Hour party People was an excellent movie (documentary?), watched it year and a half ago, it got me into Joy Division.
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