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Old 02-14-2013, 09:28 PM   #26
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^^^ Why I didn't include Chris. So gay yet so more straight then most that posted above mine.
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Old 02-14-2013, 09:47 PM   #27
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I listen to some that might be classed as dance, like Goldfrapp, Daft Punk, Oakenfold, BT, and She Wants Revenge, but mostly I find the hyperkinetic beat of club music too fast. It doesn't work for me.

I'm more into trance (Massive Attack, Amorphous/Androgynous, Future Sound of London, Juno Reactor, Delerium) and European EBM/Industrial (Covenant, Front Line Assembly, VNV Nation, KMFDM, Skinny Puppy, etc).

And then there's all the non-electronic stuff, but that post could go on for days.
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Old 02-14-2013, 11:12 PM   #28
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Most of the electronically influenced stuff that is coming out these days just sucks... too much bull**** not enough talent.

Big fan of aphex, squarepusher, flying lotus type stuff.. really though its all about jim james and my morning jacket for me..not electronic but ive yet to find a live experience.that comes anywhere near the jacket.
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Old 02-14-2013, 11:12 PM   #29
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Oh yea. I've been a house head for two decades. Lemme talk to you about good house-- as far as I'm concerned, the best vintages are deep, funky, or preferably both.















Also, pro tip; so-called "electro-house" isn't either, it's just a garbage commercial sub-genre that blatantly robbed legit styles of their names. Those Swedish Azzclown Posse guys play horseshiat, not house. And yes, dubstep is essentially just slow, crappy drum and bass, for the most part. I think some of Bassnectar's stuff is decent. But no one with any self respect should ever admit to liking douchebags like Pauly D, Steve Aoki, David Guetta, or any of those other MTV-style losers. I won't presume to tell anyone what to like, but fer ****'s sake at least have the decency to not pretend it's good.

Todd Terje and Justin Martin are good, though.

Few deeper/tech-ier tracks, or at least snippets.

https://soundcloud.com/lost-my-dog/y...-contrast-lost

https://soundcloud.com/sleazydeep/ro...e-way-i-see-da

https://soundcloud.com/bigmam/hakan-...ncent-inc-we-1


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Old 02-15-2013, 06:49 AM   #30
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Old 02-15-2013, 07:02 AM   #31
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Just listen to anything from Vitalic. Some of the best stuff out there. Specially his not so new stuff. More into techno right now... but check up John Digweed, some Felix da House Cat, Miss Kittin, and VITALIC!!!





Anything from them... specially his las 2 albums.
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Old 02-15-2013, 07:08 AM   #32
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And for those few who still don't know who or what is Daft Punk... nothing gets more house than the French.

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Old 02-15-2013, 07:23 AM   #33
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And for those few who still don't know who or what is Daft Punk... nothing gets more house than the French.

That one's blocked, Heyneck. This is one of my favorite Daft Punk tracks so far.
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Old 02-15-2013, 07:33 AM   #34
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That one's blocked, Heyneck. This is one of my favorite Daft Punk tracks so far.
The movie is blocked? sucks. Yup their Human after all album is pretty good. But nothing compared to their Discovery album. One of the best out there for that genre.



their Discovery album was turned into that movie: Interstella 555

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Old 02-15-2013, 07:39 AM   #35
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Their Alive 2007 cd is pretty dope too!

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Old 02-15-2013, 08:10 AM   #36
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I'll check out the Interstella 555 movie. I really liked their Electroma movie, that went along with the Human After All album. If you timed it right for starting the album at the start of the movie, the two productions meshed really well together. Kind of a Pink Floyd/Wizard of Oz thing, but I'm sure they planned it that way.
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I'll check out the Interstella 555 movie. I really liked their Electroma movie, that went along with the Human After All album. If you timed it right for starting the album at the start of the movie, the two productions meshed really well together. Kind of a Pink Floyd/Wizard of Oz thing, but I'm sure they planned it that way.
yup! that is awesome! and on both cases with the music and the video synchronized, it becomes one hell of a trip.
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Old 02-15-2013, 12:19 PM   #38
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Dance music has always annoyed me for the most part. I generally listen to post rock and post metal. This is one of my favorite bands just to give you an idea how far my taste is from most dance music:

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Interesting stuff there, Agamemnon. It strikes my ear like a downbeat further evolution of My Dying Bride, like a deconstructed doom metal sound. Nice work. :-)

I don't listen to as much My Dying Bride or other doom stuff as I used to, but I like a lot of classic metal and I've also been getting into the Neue Deutsches Harde school of industrial/dance metal. Yah, I know that sounds crazy, but it's fun stuff.
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Neurosis has some pretty good stuff. I like a lot of post-rock / metal as well. I listen to several post rock albums a day, makes the work go by a lot faster:

Mogwai
Tortoise
Godspeed! You Black Emperor
Pelican
Isis
Cult of Luna
Explosions in the Sky
Russian Circles
God Is An Astronaut

I know I'm leaving stuff out, but all those guys are pretty good -- not many have vocals. That doesn't appeal to a lot of people, but I let the instruments do the talking. Give the new Deftones album a spin a few times a week, it's fantastic. Don't really have a genre for them, but it was hilarious when they were grouped in with all the other nu-metal bands that failed. xD
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Interesting stuff there, Agamemnon. It strikes my ear like a downbeat further evolution of My Dying Bride, like a deconstructed doom metal sound. Nice work. :-)

I don't listen to as much My Dying Bride or other doom stuff as I used to, but I like a lot of classic metal and I've also been getting into the Neue Deutsches Harde school of industrial/dance metal. Yah, I know that sounds crazy, but it's fun stuff.
Post metal definitely has some connections to doom metal though it tends to be much more musically complex. It also isn't as tied to a dark vibe inherently, though Neurosis does tend to be very dark and moody. It also isn't always down tempo. In fact it usually is more middle tempo.

Oh and Neurosis is actually a little bit older than My Dying Bride. They got their start as an underground hardcore punk band in the late 80's and then evolved into what most people consider to be the founder of post metal during the 90's.

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Neurosis has some pretty good stuff. I like a lot of post-rock / metal as well. I listen to several post rock albums a day, makes the work go by a lot faster:

Mogwai
Tortoise
Godspeed! You Black Emperor
Pelican
Isis
Cult of Luna
Explosions in the Sky
Russian Circles
God Is An Astronaut

I know I'm leaving stuff out, but all those guys are pretty good -- not many have vocals. That doesn't appeal to a lot of people, but I let the instruments do the talking. Give the new Deftones album a spin a few times a week, it's fantastic. Don't really have a genre for them, but it was hilarious when they were grouped in with all the other nu-metal bands that failed. xD
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I have been a house DJ for over 10 years here in Denver.

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I could totally party to this. Is any of this original? Nice tunes man.

What is the scene like in Denver?
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Godspeed! You Black Emperor
Explosions in the Sky
Don't listen to them much more but like these guys. I've seen Mogwai live.
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If you like Daft Punk you may be into these tracks, mostly Nu Disco which I'm all about these days. I have pretty French taste in tunes sometimes... yeugh...







If you like those there's plenty more where that came from.
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What about Nico Jaar?



Listen to this one with headphones



This is a simple tune but such a Berlin beat right here

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If you like Daft Punk you may be into these tracks, mostly Nu Disco which I'm all about these days. I have pretty French taste in tunes sometimes... yeugh...







If you like those there's plenty more where that came from.
Nice! Reminded me of the Drive soundtrack... which is awesome!!! Nice tunes dude.
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... Nu Disco which I'm all about these days.
Gotta say, I like your tastes. This is good. But, I just can't give up on the originals!

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I instantly recognized my old classic in that one.

But I like Nu Disco...Good stuff!

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Don't listen to them much more but like these guys. I've seen Mogwai live.

Those guys are probably the best of the whole bunch, but Tortoise is absolutely timeless. I'm jealous you've seen Mogwai live. It's on my bucket list.
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