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a milk crime
Jun 30, 2007

Murky Waters
big business man


Avalanche posted:

What are the specific differences between "Detroit" House, "Chicago" House, and "New York" House?

I apparently love all 3 genres, but it's hard to distinguish how they vary (if they even do).

This is probably going to get a number of different interpretations, but I've always thought of it like this:

- Detroit house - more like techno/more machinelike
- Chicago house - more gospel sounding (though not in theme, you'll have vocalists who have a v gospel feel to them)
- New York house - more latin feeling, esp if you listen to like Masters at Work stuff

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cubicle gangster
Jun 26, 2005

magda, make the tea


a milk crime posted:

- Chicago house - more gospel sounding (though not in theme, you'll have vocalists who have a v gospel feel to them)

I'm down with the other 2, but I dont know what you mean by this.

This to me is pure chicago - little bit of a disco influence, very upbeat & snappy/jacking.

http://soundcloud.com/groups/derrick-carter-dj-mixes

edit: dlc's essential mix from 96 - http://soundcloud.com/r_co/derrick-...essential-mix-1

cubicle gangster fucked around with this message at 19:09 on Nov 5, 2012

Dopo
Jul 23, 2004


cubicle gangster posted:

I'm down with the other 2, but I dont know what you mean by this.

I think he means the same aspect of the gospel tradition that you can hear in blues, soul, and R&B vocals. The first tune that came to mind for me was Cajmere ft. Dajae - Brighter Days: http://youtu.be/YVfZzIoAjK8. Not all Chicago house has that sound but I'm having a hard time coming up with a better description off the top of my head.

Saucy Slit
Jul 27, 2011


Chicago House to me embodies Funk, Soul, and Disco sampled records. Just funky is the simplest way of putting it. Sassy, soulful vocals from time to time, with a heavy helping of grooving funky bass, Chicago.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gFN3XQSxhCc

dj bobby bieber
Oct 9, 2003

the fanciest whale


Saucy Slit posted:

Chicago House to me embodies Funk, Soul, and Disco sampled records. Just funky is the simplest way of putting it. Sassy, soulful vocals from time to time, with a heavy helping of grooving funky bass, Chicago.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gFN3XQSxhCc

jammmmmmmmm

plogo
Jan 20, 2009


A lot of the early chicago house vocalists came from a gospel background, so I think the gospel comparison is fair, but that would be only one strand of the many Chicago house sounds. I also feel that sorta vocal style is represented well in the new jersey garage stuff and various other places.

I would also agree that derek carter is a quintessential chicago dj, but the mid 90s chicago sound is a bit different from the 80s days of Marshall Jefferson, Larry Heard, Mike Dunn, Jamie Principle etc.

I think the best way to get a feel for the distinctions is to listen to the works of a few of the bigger names from the various cities and some contemporary mixes to see what kinda songs and dj styles were tossing around rather than trying to fit a rigid category scheme as there is a lot of interplay between the various scenes. For example, loose joints - all over your face is one of the biggest chicago songs of all time amongst chicago house djs, but it was from Arthur Russell a prominent ny scenster. Or, take someone like DJ Pierre. He helped pioneer the acid sound in chicago, but then moved to New York and started the legendary wild pitch parties. Did his house become New York house when he moved? Something like this https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vkURbwQ7fjE could very well be associated with the Sound Factory or runways or parties like wild pitch, that someone in New York would identify with closely, but surely it owes a lot to his past in Chicago as well (and I presume it got plenty of play there as well.) Or, take the Detroit house classic https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gFo9a2-FnM4 morning factory. As the name suggests, it was designed for play in the Sound Factory in New York. I think most people upon listening to this would hear Ron Trent and Chez Damier's touch, but it's detroit house made with new york in mind.

i flunked out
Jun 21, 2009

Surfin PooSA



Owns

About Hard: what do you guys expect? The edm and festival scenes are getting bigger, especially in America, of course there's gonna be shittier people at shows. I mean it's not like Hard has drastically changed the artists they tend to bring.

UncleMeat!
Aug 11, 2007


drat SON WHERE'D YA FIND THIS??

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HzFHIp0eb5Q

a milk crime
Jun 30, 2007

Murky Waters
big business man


plogo posted:

A lot of the early chicago house vocalists came from a gospel background, so I think the gospel comparison is fair, but that would be only one strand of the many Chicago house sounds. I also feel that sorta vocal style is represented well in the new jersey garage stuff and various other places.

Yeah that's what I was going for and you're obviously right about the rest, and the rest of your post is , I mean you clearly know more than me.

straight up brolic
Jan 31, 2007

After all, I was nice in ball,
Came to practice weed scented
Report card like the speed limit



The Fresh Prince posted:

About Hard: what do you guys expect? The edm and festival scenes are getting bigger, especially in America, of course there's gonna be shittier people at shows. I mean it's not like Hard has drastically changed the artists they tend to bring.
They have, this was easily the worst or second worst (08) Haunted Mansion lineup and the sale to Live Nation looks to be having serious repercussions in the lineup quality.

09:

10:

11:

12:

It seems like there was a conscientious switch from quality house music to gimmicky mooba and trap stuff that I don't really find that fun to listen too.

straight up brolic fucked around with this message at 02:14 on Nov 6, 2012

ephex
Nov 4, 2007






PHWOAR CRIMINAL


Flight Facilities - Clair De Lune (feat. Christine Hoberg)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ppYNSRbctZM

niccccccccce

i flunked out
Jun 21, 2009

Surfin PooSA


mynameisjohn posted:

It seems like there was a conscientious switch from quality house music to gimmicky mooba and trap stuff that I don't really find that fun to listen too.

The main stage was all people that had played a Hard show before:

I stayed in the Discoteque for pretty much the whole night. That lineup was pretty quality if you ask me:

I mean sure if you hung out at the stage dedicated to moombahton or "Knife Party Presents Earstorm" stage, you're not going to be hearing much house, but even those stages had artists that have preformed with Hard before. Trap and Moombah are still relatively new sounds (at least on the edm scene) and Hard does tend to try to promote "new" popular things (most notably bringing the genius that is DJ MOMJEANS to the stage).

i flunked out fucked around with this message at 03:41 on Nov 6, 2012

The REAL Goobusters
Apr 25, 2008



I saw Baauer this weekend at Fun Fun Fun Fest and gaaaaaaaatdamn that was a lot of fun. Anything more like him?

jvempire
May 10, 2009


PonchAxis posted:

I saw Baauer this weekend at Fun Fun Fun Fest and gaaaaaaaatdamn that was a lot of fun. Anything more like him?
Listen to Rustie Essential Mix: http://soundcloud.com/rustie/essential-mix-bbc-radio-1 and Baauer on Rinse FM: http://soundcloud.com/baauer/baauer-live-on-rinse-fm

Look through them and find the songs that interest you and follow those artists. There yeh go.

i flunked out
Jun 21, 2009

Surfin PooSA


PonchAxis posted:

I saw Baauer this weekend at Fun Fun Fun Fest and gaaaaaaaatdamn that was a lot of fun. Anything more like him?

Its called Trap, its pretty popular.
Flosstradamus is pretty sweet imo:
http://soundcloud.com/flosstradamus...er-original-don

Drankenstein:
http://www.maddecent.com/blog/drankenstein/

Not strictly Trap, but Lunice owns:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JgVCUB03vjY
http://soundcloud.com/lunice

Blowdryer
Jan 25, 2008


This mothafuckin tuneeeeeeeeeeeee -snip-
e; https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3AKxIwfGpQM

Just picked up In Flagranti's album Dissimilated by-products (Volume 2), never listened to them before so if anyone knows some good songs by them feel free to share. (please post some disco house anyone I will love you.)

Jokers of the Scene, plain and amazing
http://soundcloud.com/jokers-of-the...he-scene-a-fine

e;
http://www.dazeddigital.com/satelli...romance-at-home
This sounds interesting, I'm gonna listen to it later but I wanted to share it / save it here.

Blowdryer fucked around with this message at 15:38 on Nov 6, 2012

straight up brolic
Jan 31, 2007

After all, I was nice in ball,
Came to practice weed scented
Report card like the speed limit



PonchAxis posted:

I saw Baauer this weekend at Fun Fun Fun Fest and gaaaaaaaatdamn that was a lot of fun. Anything more like him?
UZ

Thoogsby
Nov 18, 2006

Very strong. Everyone likes me.


Saw Baauer, Clockwork, and Dillon Francis last night. Baauer absolutely crushed, Clockwork isn't really my bag but he did some of his RL Grime stuff (they're the same person) and Dillon Francis was solid as always. Tiny venue, so much loving fun.

Weaponized Cum
Aug 31, 2004


This post brought to you by the finest Miami cocaine money can buy ----->


America... http://edm-moments.tumblr.com/

ephex
Nov 4, 2007






PHWOAR CRIMINAL


I'm loving this way to much:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZLH20BTTRpE

Cyril Sneer
Aug 8, 2004

Life would be simple in the forest except for Cyril Sneer. And his life would be simple except for The Raccoons.

Attention Horse posted:

Moullinex released his LP few days ago, and it has Iwona Skwarek from Rebeka on it. It's neat.

http://soundcloud.com/moulinex/sets...nex-flora-album

I really like Take My Pain Away...of which there's a video for

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D7GJ3mtcCtU

Ah hell, the whole thing is great!

Cyril Sneer fucked around with this message at 19:15 on Nov 7, 2012

ephex
Nov 4, 2007






PHWOAR CRIMINAL


CAZZETTE - BEAM ME UP
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MD162HGoVpA
Banger.

Saucy Slit
Jul 27, 2011


^^^ To pop friendly for my taste. Anthemic.

Here ya'll are; enjoy: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0qsQ_Le_jPE


....don't bounce your head to hard or it might fall off.

Thoogsby
Nov 18, 2006

Very strong. Everyone likes me.


This looks like it'll be a good'un.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p3C2W0aK9EU

Hammsturabi
Dec 25, 2003
Law 54: If a house collapses, and the owners hamster should die, the builders hamster shall be put to death.


This video is pretty cool if you pretend it's about the same "dance epidemic" seen in the videos for Party Rock Anthem and Levels. It becomes a bit less cool when you realize it's just an excuse to show sexy young women being hyper-sexual, just like every other Ultra or Ministry of Sound music video. The song also sounds just like all the other pop-pseudo-house-neo-mctrance that's popular now. I admit, though, that just like the person with the top comment on Youtube, the "girl in pink shorts is burned into my brain." So kudos to you, boringly titillating music video. Your bog-standard wiles have worked on me.

but seriously what's with all the music vids with the theme of "dance epidemic"?

jvempire
May 10, 2009


Hammsturabi posted:

This video is pretty cool if you pretend it's about the same "dance epidemic" seen in the videos for Party Rock Anthem and Levels. It becomes a bit less cool when you realize it's just an excuse to show sexy young women being hyper-sexual, just like every other Ultra or Ministry of Sound music video. The song also sounds just like all the other pop-pseudo-house-neo-mctrance that's popular now. I admit, though, that just like the person with the top comment on Youtube, the "girl in pink shorts is burned into my brain." So kudos to you, boringly titillating music video. Your bog-standard wiles have worked on me.

but seriously what's with all the music vids with the theme of "dance epidemic"?
They are trying to address a serious issue. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dancing_Plague_of_1518

i flunked out
Jun 21, 2009

Surfin PooSA


Saucy Slit posted:

^^^ To pop friendly for my taste. Anthemic.

Here ya'll are; enjoy: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0qsQ_Le_jPE


....don't bounce your head to hard or it might fall off.

Sick as hell

Here's a head bobber of a different variety:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oERn_jaUQj4
J. Paul Getto owns in case you didnt know.


Oh and I found the best blog:

http://cjmilli.com/



Her disco packs are loving incredible.

edit: Hahahahahahaha this poo poo is off the hook. The Jersey Club one is loving incredible.

i flunked out fucked around with this message at 07:26 on Nov 8, 2012

incoherent
Apr 24, 2004

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Its like flylo and tyler the creator had a babby

Dopo
Jul 23, 2004


The Fresh Prince posted:

Oh and I found the best blog:
http://cjmilli.com/

Yeah, CJ Milli is pretty rad. She has a show on https://www.rwd.fm Sundays at 6 Eastern.

Saucy Slit
Jul 27, 2011


Love me some J Paul Getto; his remixes are always a pleasure for the ears.



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WsLfXzwVQNM

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hAYr0LiLQ5k

Check the lyrics in this vid, (Stacy Kidd) it captures the essence and message of good house music so well. Production value is low, but the groove and words are so drat smooth, and you can see the people are actually loving the music first.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fXLfV2qgRZw

Saucy Slit fucked around with this message at 23:12 on Nov 8, 2012

Thoogsby
Nov 18, 2006

Very strong. Everyone likes me.


Kill Paris just uploaded a new track, Tender Love. I like it a lot.

http://soundcloud.com/killparis/kil...ender-love-free

i flunked out
Jun 21, 2009

Surfin PooSA


Thoogsby posted:

Kill Paris just uploaded a new track, Tender Love. I like it a lot.

http://soundcloud.com/killparis/kil...ender-love-free

seriously?

More disco chat. BoogiePop Phantomz... They are good. This song can get a little repetitive, but until then its hot fire:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=smrjt0xUHhk

Apolis
Mar 4, 2004




this really is awesome.

Boywhiz88
Sep 11, 2005

floating 26" off da ground. BURR!


Is this the thread for us to talk about Crystal Castles? Because I've been streaming their new album and I am a happy satisfied camper.

wayfinder
Jul 7, 2003

by Lowtax


Boywhiz88 posted:

Is this the thread for us to talk about Crystal Castles? Because I've been streaming their new album and I am a happy satisfied camper.

Who did they rip off this time?

MrSargent
Dec 23, 2003

Sometimes, there's a man, well, he's the man for his time and place. He fits right in there. And that's Jimmy T.

So I just purchased tickets to Snowglobe for NYE and I am super excited. The lineup this year looks incredible. I am definitely planning on seeing deadmau5 (have never seen him live), Chromeo, Big Gigantic, Madeon, Chris Lake, Zion I, and Boombox but I was hoping for some additional suggestions since I will be there all 3 days. Below is a link to the full lineup.

http://lineup.snowglobemusicfestival.com/

Also, for you electro fans, you should definitely check out Shreddie Mercury. If you enjoy Mord Fustang, you would most likely enjoy his tasty synths. My favorite tracks of his are Mount Cleverest, Heartbeat (Remix), and Night by Night (Remix) but everything is quality.

Shreddie Mercury
http://soundcloud.com/shreddie-mercury

Hammsturabi
Dec 25, 2003
Law 54: If a house collapses, and the owners hamster should die, the builders hamster shall be put to death.

MrSargent posted:

So I just purchased tickets to Snowglobe for NYE and I am super excited. The lineup this year looks incredible. I am definitely planning on seeing deadmau5 (have never seen him live), Chromeo, Big Gigantic, Madeon, Chris Lake, Zion I, and Boombox but I was hoping for some additional suggestions since I will be there all 3 days. Below is a link to the full lineup.

http://lineup.snowglobemusicfestival.com/


DAM-FUNK! If you like Chromeo, go see Dam-Funk. His music is even more of an 80's funk tribute than Chromeo's is. And then go see deadmau5 right after for extreme racial juxtaposition.

Maguro
Apr 24, 2006

Why is the sun always bullying me?

Thoogsby posted:

Kill Paris just uploaded a new track, Tender Love. I like it a lot.

http://soundcloud.com/killparis/kil...ender-love-free

Ugh this is loving terrible.

Listen to a non-lovely remix of Force MD's incredible "Tender Love"

http://soundcloud.com/shish-boom-ba...ish-boom-bah-dj

Boywhiz88
Sep 11, 2005

floating 26" off da ground. BURR!


wayfinder posted:

Who did they rip off this time?

Not deep into the electronic scene to tell ya but I've really enjoyed their music. I know the first album had issues with them ripping off samples and melodies, but I was never aware of any issues in their second album.

All the same, it reminds me of the second album in tone but more subdued. Alice is more of a part of the music. I really enjoy the tracks Insulin and Kerosene.

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Thoogsby
Nov 18, 2006

Very strong. Everyone likes me.


So excited for this album.

Flume - More Than You Thought
http://soundcloud.com/flume-1/more-than-you-thought-1

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