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SEREVENT
MASSIVE G STAR
+605|3610|Birmingham, UK
One of my favourite Snow Patrol Songs

liquidat0r
wtf.
+2,223|4129|UK
shoegaze, electronic, indie, british, rock


This London duo use gritty beats, droning guitars, abstract effects and dreamy vocals to create a soundscape that is arty yet tuneful.
Uzique
dasein.
+2,865|3973
Luke Vibert's latest album: We Hear You.

It's wonderful to hear the return of the blissed-out acid grooves of one of the genres finest producers. Vibert has been recording under many different names for the better part of 15 years now- keeping good company with the likes of Aphex Twin, Squarepusher and u-Ziq (most of his records being released on Planet Mu records), and his sound in recent releases has reached such a genre-defining zenith that it's hard to imagine how he can possibly push the envelope any further. In 'We Hear You', he surprises yet again by doing just that. His comic, sample-laden beats chop up fleeting feelings of childhood nostalgia, with his retro-sound-bites and the giggling sounds of children's voices, with serious dance-driven basslines and acid-synth 'throw your hands up!' key melodies. In a genre constrained by the sounds of the old Roland synths and drummachines, Vibert seemingly still finds plenty of room to play around with his sound in a uniquely artistic way that courts between the immaculate and impressively-mastered producer's touch and the playful, Aphex-like good humour of the British electronic elite. Several years on from seminal releases such as 'Lover's Acid', and blending in the aural legacies of his side-projects - Wagon Christ, Spac Hand Luke, Kerrier District, Amen Andrews and many, many more - 'We Hear You' presents an incredible culmination of sound. Classic acid, drum'n'bass, breakbeat, house-anthems, dubstep-wobbles and Vibert's classic trip-hop bliss all fuse together and tickle your eardrums for 13 tracks of brilliance; 13 tracks of evocative nostalgia, yet more importantly, 13 tracks of fresh, new material from one of the world's greatest acid producers. After mastering the genre and sound of acid to such a refined degree, and after his historic collaboration with the inventor of the original acid-Moog synthesizer, Jean-Jacques Perrey, you have to wonder what is next for the big man. I'm keeping my ears tuned in eager anticipation... why aren't you?

https://2.bp.blogspot.com/_pcipcC5wN8A/R_kjcRbF_gI/AAAAAAAABQw/2f902oTzx_8/s400/Luke%2BVibert.jpg

https://2.bp.blogspot.com/_c0mhtcTVLR8/SotOKoMiW5I/AAAAAAAABS0/BppP3Ud3nUo/s320/Luke+Vibert+-+We+Hear+You+2009.jpg

Rating: 9/10.
Recommended to fans of trip-hop, breakbeat, chillout, acid, electronica, idm.

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First track



Classic Vibert acid



- Uzique.
libertarian benefit collector - anti-academic super-intellectual. http://mixlr.com/the-little-phrase/
Lucien
Fantasma Parastasie
+1,451|4155|Amsterdam
To be unoriginal, my two all-time favorite bands:

Massive attack: Inertia Creeps
Tool: Intension

And then this

https://i.imgur.com/HTmoH.jpg
Metal-Eater-GR
I can haz titanium paancakez?
+490|3775

Uzique wrote:

HEALTH
Crocodiles
Moar!
Uzique
dasein.
+2,865|3973
No Age
Japanther
Japandroids
Wavves
Crystal Stilts

... i hope someone at least checked out vibert after my creative-outburst write-up! ;p
libertarian benefit collector - anti-academic super-intellectual. http://mixlr.com/the-little-phrase/
.Sup
be nice
+2,646|3956|The Twilight Zone

Lucien wrote:

To be unoriginal, my two all-time favorite bands:

Massive attack: Inertia Creeps
Tool: Intension

And then this

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ipe-PH6CBa0
This truly is a song for the deaf, didn't like so best I don't rate

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Uzique
dasein.
+2,865|3973
sup fuck off do you listen to that 13 year old trash
libertarian benefit collector - anti-academic super-intellectual. http://mixlr.com/the-little-phrase/
.Sup
be nice
+2,646|3956|The Twilight Zone

Uzique wrote:

sup fuck off do you listen to that 13 year old trash
I listen what I like, no matter who the artist is.
https://www.shrani.si/f/3H/7h/45GTw71U/untitled-1.png
.Sup
be nice
+2,646|3956|The Twilight Zone
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Gooners
Wiki Contributor
+2,700|4135

Wikipedia wrote:

Once Again is the second studio album by American singer John Legend, issued by GOOD Music and Columbia Records on October 24, 2006. Legend co-wrote and co-produced the bulk of the album, working with collaborators such as Kanye West, will.i.am, Raphael Saadiq, Craig Street, Sa-Ra, Eric Hudson, Devo Springsteen, Dave Tozer and Avenue.

Singles from the album include "Save Room", "Heaven", "P.D.A. (We Just Don't Care)", "Stereo", "Another Again", "Slow Dance", "Show Me" and "Each Day Gets Better". Once Again has been certified platinum by the RIAA, after shipping over one million copies.

https://a1.vox.com/6a00cdf3a11cc4cb8f00cd970498f14cd5-500pi
My favorite album from John Legend, it's a nice mix of chilled out, neo-soul tunes. Some soft, some a bit more up beat. Another album that I can listen to start to finish, simply amazing

10/10

ColCarnage
taw
+283|3097
Gooners
Wiki Contributor
+2,700|4135

Gooners wrote:

This thread becomes hard to read when everyone just spams youtube vids.

Why not put it in url form such as this:

Burial - Ghost Hardware
please
Metal-Eater-GR
I can haz titanium paancakez?
+490|3775

Gooners wrote:

Gooners wrote:

This thread becomes hard to read when everyone just spams youtube vids.

Why not put it in url form such as this:

Burial - Ghost Hardware
please
.Sup
be nice
+2,646|3956|The Twilight Zone
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liquidat0r
wtf.
+2,223|4129|UK
.Sup it would be nice if you included some background information on tracks that you post. Or why you like it, or anything really.

(Irrelevant for your last video because I'm pretty sure everyone has heard of Coldplay.)
Uzique
dasein.
+2,865|3973
and dont be lazy like gooners and just copy and paste something

libertarian benefit collector - anti-academic super-intellectual. http://mixlr.com/the-little-phrase/
Gooners
Wiki Contributor
+2,700|4135

Uzique wrote:

and dont be lazy like gooners and just copy and paste something

I cba'd

xx
SEREVENT
MASSIVE G STAR
+605|3610|Birmingham, UK
.Sup
be nice
+2,646|3956|The Twilight Zone

liquidat0r wrote:

.Sup it would be nice if you included some background information on tracks that you post. Or why you like it, or anything really.

(Irrelevant for your last video because I'm pretty sure everyone has heard of Coldplay.)
Sorry liq but there really is no background information. I simply like the song. Or do you want me to post info about the artist? I can do that.

Last edited by .Sup (2009-09-06 11:10:00)

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Bevo
Nah
+718|4023|Austin, Texas


Just found him thanks to a friend.



Last edited by Bevo (2009-09-06 13:02:45)

Metal-Eater-GR
I can haz titanium paancakez?
+490|3775
Calexico is an indie-rock band formed in Tucson, Arizona in 1996, known for playing an eclectic variety of music. The two main members are Joey Burns and John Convertino, who first played together in Los Angeles as part of the group Giant Sand.

Stray
El Gatillo
Victor Jara's Hands
Gypsy's Curse

Very known band for their genre, I really love their mexican-ish sound.
mr.hrundi
Wurstwassereis
+68|3940|Germany
I'm listening to the new album The Resistance by Muse for the first time right now.

AFAIK, it will officially be published tomorrow or so, but you know the internet...

Apart from the fact that it's only a rip which is quite bad in quality (128-160kbps), I'm really liking it so far. It's got all you'd expect from a new Muse-album, but there's more. In almost every song you recognize their influences (think of Flight of the Conchords - the lyrics are hilarious but still you always know which artists are represented). I think I heard some Freddie Mercury and some Moby in there already and I'm not even half way through.

So far my rating would be 9/10, but it might change when I have the time to listen to it another 5 times or so.
Bevo
Nah
+718|4023|Austin, Texas

mr.hrundi wrote:

I'm listening to the new album The Resistance by Muse for the first time right now.

AFAIK, it will officially be published tomorrow or so, but you know the internet...

Apart from the fact that it's only a rip which is quite bad in quality (128-160kbps), I'm really liking it so far. It's got all you'd expect from a new Muse-album, but there's more. In almost every song you recognize their influences (think of Flight of the Conchords - the lyrics are hilarious but still you always know which artists are represented). I think I heard some Freddie Mercury and some Moby in there already and I'm not even half way through.

So far my rating would be 9/10, but it might change when I have the time to listen to it another 5 times or so.
Sep 15th for itunes... coming out in stores tomorrow? I want this album so badly.

mr.hrundi
Wurstwassereis
+68|3940|Germany

Bevo wrote:

Sep 15th for itunes... coming out in stores tomorrow? I want this album so badly.

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