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twistedmentat
Nov 21, 2003

Deal With it Midgardian

Threatis posted:

thats the thing: it didn't change overnight, because they were both running in tandem with each other for a majority of time. I'm not saying that you're wrong because our opinions are different, I'm saying you're wrong because the facts aren't even correct.

I never said that it was the fact, it's just how I remembered it. Though I can barely remember my own phone number!

Anyways, I got a touch now, so I'm going to need to fill 32gigs. Every New Order, Depeche Mode, Ladytron and Smith's album barely scratches the surface.

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incoherent
Apr 24, 2004

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Synths? How about some smooth funk synths.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9TYf_qrw2WQ

The official soundtrack for a small section of LA in southern california.

Man vs Child
Mar 21, 2004

by Ralp


Let's bring is back a bit in the house scene with some classics by my absolutely favourite french house artist Alan Braxe.

Alan Braxe - Vertigo
Alan Braxe - Vertigo (Thomas Bangalter's Virgo Edit)

These are available off of Roulé in Paris, stop in sometime if you're in the neighbourhood!

Braxe & Falke have been my mainstay standard for what is french house music. Expect a hell of a lot more of them to show up in this thread.

MzKzM
Sep 16, 2007



i really dont care for "we love animals" (yet, anyway, maybe it's a grower) - too loving bad, when you just know you're gonna hear this song EVERYWHERE the next couple of months.

UnSmith
Oct 7, 2008

Dis Ist Ein Raven


het posted:

Okay just to be clear:

1) There's no problem with linking to youtube videos. It would be ridiculous not to link to youtube videos, they're an extremely convenient way of allowing people to sample the music. What I'd rather not see is lots of posts that are just lists of youtube links with just the artist/track title and that's it.

2) You say "I'll have to continue expounding the virtues of Designer Drugs" and then to proceed to say nothing else on the subject. I'm honestly baffled by someone specifically saying that they're going to explain something or go into detail, and then pasting 2 youtubes and changing the subject. Please, expound upon the virtues of Designer Drugs, it would be welcomed!

Well they leave you feelin pretty good....

mugsyRocko
Jun 17, 2008


Man vs Child posted:

Let's bring is back a bit in the house scene

Totally. I am a sucker for funk/disco/house -- here are a couple of my favorite tracks at the moment:


DJ Kittles - Disco Bones (Original Mix)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bDFdS_kyO9M

TiTAN - Bruxism Groove
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dg1p0hwXow4

I think I came across that second one in a Duck Sauce minimix -- I'm sure a lot of you browsing this thread are already on Duck Sauce, so I didn't post any, but I'm really diggin' the collaboration there.

EDIT: foold ya heres duck soss

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=92TqR6HWcVo


Fred Falke is suhweet, too. He remixed that Miike Snow song better than I think anyone else. More to my taste, anyways, than the more well-known Fake Blood and Crookers versions:

Miike Snow - Animal (Fred Falke remix)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ALNmS-dqNlU

mugsyRocko fucked around with this message at Dec 13, 2009 around 18:06

IanTheM
May 22, 2007
He came from across the Atlantic. . .

i always prefer the Fred Falke remixes, he does the same thing every time, but he has it down so well. Alan Braxe is another one to check out in the same vein, collabed with Falke a lot.

Phone
Jul 30, 2005

J S R  b r b S h o r t c u t


College Slice

Has Danger ever released 9h20? I still like that song, but the only mp3 I've been able to find is some 3 minute clipped version.

Iwate
Feb 17, 2009


I have been addicted to this track recently. My friends description describes it perfectly: "This is my addiction and the cure."
Digitalism - Pogo (shinichi osawa remix)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6UQhGM2pc88

Also, from Russia with love comes Teslaboy!
He released an EP recently which is stellar. Here is the first song (I believe).
Its the spirit of the night.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5b7cj4zWiyo

Listen to them shits.

OO, even though this is not really electro pop, it is one of my more favorite songs of all time.
Squarepusher - Hello Meow
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9hB2-L9mJVE

Iwate fucked around with this message at Dec 14, 2009 around 01:41

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.

Swedish electro-pop!

I dare you to listen to this and not feel immediately released from the stresses of your day...

The Sound of Arrows - M.A.G.I.C:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v65mLiAYE_k

The Sound of Arrows - Into the Clouds:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0yZlXe8mn_Q


Iwate posted:

I have been addicted to this track recently. My friends description describes it perfectly: "This is my addiction and the cure."
Digitalism - Pogo (shinichi osawa remix)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6UQhGM2pc88

This is a great song. Too bad the rest of their stuff doesn't hold up.

Man vs Child
Mar 21, 2004

by Ralp


Cyril Sneer posted:

Swedish electro-pop!

I dare you to listen to this and not feel immediately released from the stresses of your day...

The Sound of Arrows - M.A.G.I.C:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v65mLiAYE_k

The Sound of Arrows - Into the Clouds:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0yZlXe8mn_Q


The best part about Into the Clouds is Fear of Tigers Remix

TSoA's Danger! EP is definitely worth checking out, too.

IanTheM
May 22, 2007
He came from across the Atlantic. . .

Phone posted:

Has Danger ever released 9h20? I still like that song, but the only mp3 I've been able to find is some 3 minute clipped version.

That's such a sick track, I can't wait until a proper version comes out.

JimmyJazz
May 22, 2007


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FQAqbC95Ycw original
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JUkqa50bbNo culture prophet remix

(USER WAS PUT ON PROBATION FOR THIS POST)

mugsyRocko
Jun 17, 2008


Cyril Sneer posted:

This is a great song. Too bad the rest of their stuff doesn't hold up.

digitalism, or shinichi osawa?

Man vs Child
Mar 21, 2004

by Ralp


mugsyRocko posted:

digitalism, or shinichi osawa?

I hope he means Digitalism because there is no way that could apply to Shinichi!

Shinichi Osawa is one of my favourite producers. He is huge in japan and asia along with a lot of other asian electro acts (80kidz, Q;indivi, etc) and has such a great style.

Everything he's done lately has been great. I took this La Roux remix from his Sounds of Summer 09 mix because it isn't available anywhere else to listen to, it's an easy going guitar mix that is nothing like his other work.

However, some of the more recent stuff he's been doing includes being on the HOUSE*DISNEY (amazing compilation by the way) and collaborating with his good friends The Young Punx, which can be seen here The Young Punx - "Rock Star (Understand)" [Shinichi Osawa Remix] (Asian Kung-Fu Generation)
.
Other than that, his LP from lastyear, The One and it's sequential remix album The One+ is absolutely loving stellar and textbook electro for those looking to get their moves on. His Star Guitar remix is probably the his most well known work here stateside.

Edit: Every 4-7 days I cull all the tracks that were posted during the week on blogs and aggregate them to my youtube account and blog, so if you're looking for a direct supply of bangers' then head on over to https://www.curbcheckyouhavethecon.blogspot.com to get your listening on. It will be better than having me dump 18 youtube links in to the thread.

Man vs Child fucked around with this message at Dec 14, 2009 around 15:53

PhonyMcRingRing
Jun 6, 2002


Iwate posted:

I have been addicted to this track recently. My friends description describes it perfectly: "This is my addiction and the cure."
Digitalism - Pogo (shinichi osawa remix)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6UQhGM2pc88

I've always loved The Horrors remix if Pogo. I was surprised they even did remixes, actually.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-1ovyT08gMA

0x1991BABE
Nov 1, 2007

weeps quietly in binary


Tech House!!

Latin Fever - Wolfgang Gartner: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PcgN5MZGwJQ#t=2m10s
Wolfgang is a god drat genius. This track is out of this world. Un-loving-believable.

Backroom Honey - Saeed Younan: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7o3TYWHMf5Y#t=2m10s
The first time I heard this in a club I'm pretty sure I died and went to heaven. This is probably my favorite track of the year.


Also,

As much as I love blog house, I hope you all have been exposed to more 'club' style electro. I used to think Justice was the best act out there, but then I saw Wolfgang Gartner live. What I've come to realize is that while Justice may be able to put together a fantastic album, all the bits and pieces on Cross that are great have been done better elsewhere.

3 (Wolfgang Gartner Remix) - Britney Spears: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-kfPVSFmb6E

Tetris - Electrixxx - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dwPq...feature=related
This song has possibly one of my favorite drops @ 3:22. It's not a great example of technical skill, but hearing that poo poo in the club makes people freak out.

My GOD (Guns on Demo) - Laidback Luke: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZavtoyRx1d0
Rough and bossy.

Pretty Green Eyes '10 - D'azoo at Night: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DNZ_fqyehlA

0x1991BABE fucked around with this message at Dec 14, 2009 around 18:21

Divorced And Curious
Jan 23, 2009

democracy depends on sausage sizzles


Man vs Child posted:

I hope he means Digitalism because there is no way that could apply to Shinichi!

Shinichi Osawa is one of my favourite producers. He is huge in japan and asia along with a lot of other asian electro acts (80kidz, Q;indivi, etc) and has such a great style.

I got into him through his awesome remix of Kap10kurt's already awesome "Dangerseekers" - unfortunately, it's not on youtube, but here's the original with its awesome goddamn video for anyone who's not familiar, sounds very much like Danger, particularly 13h12 :

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wk7WbMKMBqQ

THE AWESOME GHOST
Oct 21, 2005



Man vs Child posted:

I hope he means Digitalism because there is no way that could apply to Shinichi!

Shinichi Osawa is one of my favourite producers. He is huge in japan and asia along with a lot of other asian electro acts (80kidz, Q;indivi, etc) and has such a great style.

Everything he's done lately has been great. I took this La Roux remix from his Sounds of Summer 09 mix because it isn't available anywhere else to listen to, it's an easy going guitar mix that is nothing like his other work.

However, some of the more recent stuff he's been doing includes being on the HOUSE*DISNEY (amazing compilation by the way) and collaborating with his good friends The Young Punx, which can be seen here The Young Punx - "Rock Star (Understand)" [Shinichi Osawa Remix] (Asian Kung-Fu Generation)
.
Other than that, his LP from lastyear, The One and it's sequential remix album The One+ is absolutely loving stellar and textbook electro for those looking to get their moves on. His Star Guitar remix is probably the his most well known work here stateside.

Edit: Every 4-7 days I cull all the tracks that were posted during the week on blogs and aggregate them to my youtube account and blog, so if you're looking for a direct supply of bangers' then head on over to https://www.curbcheckyouhavethecon.blogspot.com to get your listening on. It will be better than having me dump 18 youtube links in to the thread.
Yeah I was gonna post that I really like his remixes, I haven't really been following him since he released The One, the Digitalism remix and this Felix Da Housecat remix
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tyHFcYLNbSE

I do know though that there was a collaboration under the name of RAVEX that he's part of, it's not entirely him (Fantastic Plastic Machine and m-Flo are the 2 other DJs, it's one project not each one contributing their own songs) it's quite poppy though, Worth a look if you're a diehard fan regardless.

That House Disney has some The Lowbrows and Fantastic Plastic Machine on it too actually, completely unexpected compilation I have to check it out.

Edit: Ended up not liking those tracks :I FPM has a really distinctive upbeat retro sound and it's just too much over a Disney song which is going for that anyway, and The Lowbrows' one sounds like they had an unused track, layered some vocals on top and called it a remix. It gets really good at parts but for me the vocals are just killing it

THE AWESOME GHOST fucked around with this message at Dec 14, 2009 around 21:52

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.

Man vs Child posted:

I hope he means Digitalism because there is no way that could apply to Shinichi!

I definitely meant Digitalism. Pogo is a real standout; all the rest of their stuff falls pretty flat IMO.

Pararoid
Dec 6, 2005

Te Waipounamu pride


Can anyone recommend me some more Electro-pop I might like?

I started out with Ladyhawke and after seeing her live in a really great, very personal concert (Here in NZ) I fell in love with the genre.

I've been listening to some Little Boots and some La Roux, but I'm really not sure where to start otherwise. Any ideas would be totally welcome.

Edit: Actually I think I fell in love with Pip Brown, but that's beside the point

Pararoid fucked around with this message at Dec 15, 2009 around 03:44

Man vs Child
Mar 21, 2004

by Ralp


Just did this little remix of Phonat - Set me free and Edwin Van Cleef - Overtaken

Phonat - Set Me Free vs Edwin van Cleef - Overtaken (Zcientist Remix)

Hope someone enjoys.

twistedmentat
Nov 21, 2003

Deal With it Midgardian

Instrument question; what is the box that often electronic bands have. It's about the size of a drum pad, but it has about 12 buttons on it.

I've seen these being used by a lot of bands, but it seems little more than an odd shaped keyboard.

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

twistedmentat posted:

Instrument question; what is the box that often electronic bands have. It's about the size of a drum pad, but it has about 12 buttons on it.

I've seen these being used by a lot of bands, but it seems little more than an odd shaped keyboard.

You're going to have to be more specific than "box with about twelve buttons on it." Who have you seen using it? Might you be able to find a picture of them using it? Does it have any other characteristics that stand out?

Ras Het
May 23, 2007

when I was a child, I spake as a child, I understood as a child, I thought as a child - but now I am a man.


twistedmentat posted:

Instrument question; what is the box that often electronic bands have. It's about the size of a drum pad, but it has about 12 buttons on it.

I've seen these being used by a lot of bands, but it seems little more than an odd shaped keyboard.

A sampler...

Rakshas
Jun 7, 2003
Oompa Loompa Extraordinarie

I would love to be able to subscribe to these blogs as podcasts and have all these tracks listenable on my commute. There must be a way.

Threatis
Sep 28, 2005

congrats on figuring out how to use a machine with 4 buttons


twistedmentat posted:

Instrument question; what is the box that often electronic bands have. It's about the size of a drum pad, but it has about 12 buttons on it.

I've seen these being used by a lot of bands, but it seems little more than an odd shaped keyboard.



that what you're talking about, or something like it?

trill ass
Sep 30, 2004

buttcop

i use this thing.

Threatis
Sep 28, 2005

congrats on figuring out how to use a machine with 4 buttons


trill rear end posted:

i use this thing.



yo peter jump on AIM

trill ass
Sep 30, 2004

buttcop

Threatis posted:

yo peter jump on AIM

ok graham

PhonyMcRingRing
Jun 6, 2002


Pararoid posted:

Can anyone recommend me some more Electro-pop I might like?

I started out with Ladyhawke and after seeing her live in a really great, very personal concert (Here in NZ) I fell in love with the genre.

I've been listening to some Little Boots and some La Roux, but I'm really not sure where to start otherwise. Any ideas would be totally welcome.

Edit: Actually I think I fell in love with Pip Brown, but that's beside the point

You should be listening to Cut Copy.

tickytack
May 30, 2009

Repent Repent Repent Repent


I haven't seen them in the thread yet, and they aren't really that great, but I was shamelessly addicted to some of that Passion Pit album over the summer.

Standout track: "Little Secrets"
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OBt9sxTailQ

I hope there are other people that can get behind some fluffy electropop with me. Fancy Ultra Fresh by Freezepop was a wonderful album. And as someone else already mentioned, Chromeo is unparalleled in injecting the funk.

Vocoding has never sounded so good:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j5JoePzqwg4

twistedmentat
Nov 21, 2003

Deal With it Midgardian

Threatis posted:



that what you're talking about, or something like it?

trill rear end posted:

i use this thing.





Yep, those are what i'm asking about. Okay, I guess they bind a sample to the key, say something like breaks with different tones, and they play it like a keyboard.

Makes sense to me! Personally, I always wanted one of those electronic drum pads.

Dr. Video Games 0089
Apr 15, 2004

“Silent Blue - .random.”



Are there anymore documentaries on DJs like the Justice documentary? I saw the Soulwax/2ManyDjs one and that was alright.

Man vs Child
Mar 21, 2004

by Ralp


Dr. Video Games 0089 posted:

Are there anymore documentaries on DJs like the Justice documentary? I saw the Soulwax/2ManyDjs one and that was alright.

There's an amazing documentary covering Larry Levan and the NY scene during its hayday called [url=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cWpAYtmsqqM[Maestro - Larry Levan & early DJ culture[/url] that should be recommended viewing for all in this thread.


this thread's for you

Muttonchop
Jul 12, 2008


Dr. Video Games 0089 posted:

Are there anymore documentaries on DJs like the Justice documentary? I saw the Soulwax/2ManyDjs one and that was alright.

http://theelectrowars.com/

though not out yet.

dj bobby bieber
Oct 9, 2003

the fanciest whale


Man vs Child posted:





and i thought deadmou5's gimmick was bad...... I mean really??? A telephone???

Threatis
Sep 28, 2005

congrats on figuring out how to use a machine with 4 buttons


melee beats posted:

and i thought deadmou5's gimmick was bad...... I mean really??? A telephone???

for a second i didn't notice it was you and i was about to get sooooo mad

Ponce de Le0n
Jul 6, 2008

Father jailed for beating 3 kids after they wouldn't say who farted in his car


tickytack posted:

I haven't seen them in the thread yet, and they aren't really that great, but I was shamelessly addicted to some of that Passion Pit album over the summer.

Standout track: "Little Secrets"
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OBt9sxTailQ

The Jack beats remix of this went over a treat at I love techno, when fake blood played it. Its an awesome tune

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ManoliIsFat
Oct 4, 2002



Muttonchop posted:

http://theelectrowars.com/

though not out yet.

aaaaaaaahahah no way. excellent name.

e: ahahahahahaha qbert beign all "uhhhh, what the hell is this, this isn't electro"

ManoliIsFat fucked around with this message at Dec 16, 2009 around 15:15

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