So..... Who do you all think is most respected in the EDM industry for their originals and dj sets? im not talking live EDM performances or performers (DP, Plasktikman, Empire of the Sun, Chem Bros etc), but just straight up from producing and putting on a hell of a dj set.
I'd have to say wolfgang gartner or Sasha.
Sasha has obviously been around longer but damn he has not lost any touch.
Wolfgang throws down hard everytime and it seems like each new track he makes is a banger
but i want to hear what you all think...
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Well, I just stumbled across something very interesting
This song just came up in the midst of a ridiculous conversation amongst some friends of mind who somehow thought Kurt Vile's "Baby's Arms" was going to be about the actual arms of babies.
And now I am reminded of how amazing this song is.
...And Justice For All
Master Of Puppets
Ride The Lightning
Kill 'Em All
I haven't seen that movie in way too long ahahahaha
I keep waking up with H-B-C in my head. What does it mean???
Didn't want to clutter the upcoming show thread w/ this but who here went to Magic Wednesdays in hollywood back in the late 90's? Guess what, they're bringing it back next week.
Synth Britannia. Full length documentary on YouTube about the early pioneers of synth music from Kraftwerk to Human League to The Normal to Throbbing Gristle to Cabaret Voltaire to John Foxx etc. I've only watched clips so far but am about to go through the whole thing.
Craig Finn is apparently working on a solo album.
What are peoples favorite high quality full length concerts available on Youtube or for download elsewhere?
A friend forwarded this to me today. It's been an interesting read on how the emergence of internet communications influenced rave culture in America. Usenet, BBS's, Hyperreal. Lots of blasts from the past, and I love that it's mostly centered on the midwestern scene rather than what was going on in LA.
I've never heard Vein mentioned in a conversation of Boris' best output before (and at the end of the day, it's not) but I had a few hours to kill on a drive today and was in the mood to get completely obliterated. And I'm happy to report that that is exactly what happened.
I had forgotten how good the Soft Boys and Bauhaus were because I'm an idiot. Fortunately I have Underwater Moonlight and In the Flat Field to remind me.
Both. The Hardcore version + the Noise version both fit on one 80 minute cd so I listened to them in that order.
I have Vein versions I a& II but I don't know that i've actually ever listened to them.
New Chili Peppers song isn't that that that bad, sounds like it could have been from the By the Way era:
I don't think Anthony Kiedis dropped the name of a state once, believe it or not. Without Frusciante it's ultimately lifeless, but what can you do.
It totally sounds like Hanes ripped this off for their jingle...
What a fucking jam.