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Tualek
May 28, 2006
Small Body

Man vs Child posted:

Dimitri from Paris

Disco forever is absolutely fantastic. There are tracks on it that even I was completely unaware of, his compilations are a must have.
Sweet, good looks. I actually have a couple of songs by the suave frenchman in my library already. That means I'm on the right track though. I'll be sure to pick up Disco Forever.

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stun runner
Oct 3, 2006

by mons all madden


Dimitri is amazing, I saw him play once and I've been dying to see him again ever since.

eXile
May 25, 2001


Okay, there's a serious lack of Tiga in this thread.


Tiga's not just an incredible producer and amazing live DJ.


Tiga is a lifestyle. Tiga is everything you want or need.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pfJ8prhLbtQ (Tiga - Mind Dimension 2)
every.time.i.look.into.your.eyes.i.see.the.future.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L0t9BQ1fRZM (Tiga - What You Need (Proxy Remix))

[urlhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pfJ8prhLbtQ[/url] (Tiga - Far from home)
and the making of

Tiga has a 2009 album - the whole thing deserves a listen.
(Tiga, come back to Vancouver please.)

dj bobby bieber
Oct 9, 2003

the fanciest whale


Ok here comes the disco house ultimate POST:

Rhythm Masters - Oriental Cyber Phunk/Mutator (1999)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ojbq5lXMxdQ
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5wGvvjZGHrQ

The Rhythm Masters always had the nastiest percussion, it was really hard and gritty - the compression was super tight, and the whole track gelled really well from a mix standpoint - on top of that, they were expert samplers that knew how to accompany a good sample with on-point percussion. Mutator had some crazy filter stuff going on it that you didn't really hear back in the day, but that track is slamming.

Player - Give It To Me (Joey Beltram Remix), other JB3 tracks

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NC-ap3trMxk

I always wondered how this would do with the electro kids - JB3's style combined techno with disco, and he did it really well. The Player remix is one of my all-time favorites, and why it wasn't in my Top 25 list I'm not sure. It's an excellent track.

Other Joey Beltram stuff:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LOB5nXaM7OE (Joey Beltram - Super Magnetic)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wpy5umrKS6I (Joey Beltram - In The Ultra Drive)

Essential CZR tracks

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y6tw9lFcuf0 (The Funk Parlor - Warehouse Muzik)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a1p-rmF-r-Y (CZR and Ito - Soiree)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gFN3XQSxhCc (CZR and Ito - Bringin The Funk) <-- Essential Chicago House
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EwQEvwu17cE (CZR - I Want You)

CZR is one of my favorite disco producers ever - we're not talking groundbreaking stuff here, and the production isn't perfect - but it pretty much nails everything awesome about good filtered house.

First Optional Deal - Stockholm 2 Paris (2004)

This is tough to find, but a great late-disco track out of the Swedish Mafia (I hate them and that term >:o) but it's an awesome 303-disco fusion.

Mischa Daniels - Ghetto Groove (2004)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q3gRn44bsYI

Mischa Daniels is the product of Olav Basoski, and as he was coming out, he dropped a couple of hot disco tracks that sounded influenced by Olav..

Patrick Alavi - Power (2005)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DYs1mCu68y8

Alavi was very, very much influenced by the Daft Punk/traditional French House sound that escaped a lot of producers. He had a lot of missteps, but I think he got it right on this one.

I'll let you guys sit on that for now, if you want more then let me know

Man vs Child
Mar 21, 2004

by Ralp


^big ups to melee beats for that encyclopedia of a post

Here's a set by me from a recent party, the tracklist kinda takes you all over the place; bloghouse, electrohouse, frenchhouse

length: 1:07:40
codec: mp3 320kbps


Tracklist:
Empire Of The Sun - Walking On A Dream (Redial Remix)
Penguin Prison - A Funny Thing (Monarchy Remix)
Dre Skull - I Want You (AC Slater Remix)
Justice - Stress (Auto Remix)
Moulinex - Break Chops (GRUM Remix)
Alan Braxe - Vertigo (Thomas Bangalter's Virgo Edit)
Fake Blood - Mars (Hervé Edit)
Alex Gopher - Aurora (Riot In Belgium & Knightlife Remix)
Passion Pit - To Kingdom Come (GRUM Vocal Mix)
Fear Of Tigers - What Did I Do
Sedat The Turkish Avenger - Sunrise (Original Mix)
80kidz feat. Hey Champ! - Getting You Off
Strip Steve - Breakin (Original Mix)
Together - So Much Love To Give (Archigram Mix)

http://www.megaupload.com/?d=5JPTLKD0

hope someone enjoys!

Ponce de Le0n
Jul 6, 2008

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


eXile posted:

Okay, there's a serious lack of Tiga in this thread.


TIGA STUFF

you forgot the most important aspect of tiga, his sense of humour

*from the sleeve notes of the latest Turbo Omnidance compilation:

Tiga posted:

"If you don't understand Chromeo it's obvious you are a racist. Only racists and deaf people are immune to the Montreal duo's funky funk. Just go buy this ... or are you a Nazi?"

THIS> http://www.guardian.co.uk/music/mus...bum-sleevenotes Guardian article unravels the truth!

The Article posted:

Elsewhere, Tiga, tongue-surgically-implanted-in-cheek, takes time out to offend the Finns, bedroom musicians, women and dwarves (he won't sign either to Turbo), and the recently demobbed Israeli ravers who wash-up in Goa: "Dragon-stick juggling, hard-partying stoners, with cosmic space-trance pants, and post-military abandon. [There is] nothing quite like a bad-tripping and Mossad-trained 19-year-old naked on a motorbike." The French, meanwhile, are given a pass on the basis that while "it's not easy to forgive the Vichy collaborator swine for helping Nazis rule Europe for six years", they do make "amazing luggage and bread".

Pathetic? Well, yeah, it is a bit. But it's also very funny, particularly if you're open to gently daft tales about how Tiga's pooch, "one of the finest A&R dogs in Canada", pivotally preferred Boys Noize to Tiesto; or how Russian producer Proxy ("championed by DJs as shockingly diverse as Erol Alkan and 2ManyDJs") was contacted via Vladivstock's Interior Ministry of Getting Down. Frankly, it's just good to hear techno, often the most self-important of genres, laughing at itself.

I got addicted to "Mind Dimension" for all of last year, my flatmates hated the "drrrr drrr drrr" of it but eventually they got addicted as well. I saw bit of his set at i love techno this year but he wasnt on form, and he even admitted it, but apparently he is a pretty good dj. Sexor and ciao are loving great pop/techno/dance albums though.

incoherent
Apr 24, 2004

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Nadir posted:

The Twelves just did a two hour essential mix for Radio 1. It's a really fun mix. I can't wait to play it next time I'm partying. Check it out:

http://www.ilictronix.com/2009/12/t...ial-mix_20.html

Goddamn they need to drop an EP or some poo poo.

Hels
May 26, 2003


Elentor posted:

I absolutely love ATB. Too bad nobody ever talks about him guess he isn't very famous. Or not, I have no idea.

Some songs:

Hold You - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=av37iuAbhNI
9 PM (one of the many remixes) - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ke8j...feature=related

He was famous 10+ years ago at lovely raves. Deer deer deerooow, deer deep deep deewoow.

Reich Joyce
Jan 4, 2008
Never trouble trouble 'til trouble troubles you

Tualek posted:

you got any recommendations for some need-to-listen disco and disco house artists out there...


Strut is a pretty amazing label. try Horse Meat Disco

And if you're into Italo Disco you must find I-F - Mixed up in the Hague Vol 1 and 2

Obviously, just the start of a massive library of stuff.

dk2m
May 6, 2009


electro babby checking in. I recently got the Manners CD by Passion Pit as a joke gift by a friend and in a stunning turn of events, I love the poo poo out of it. It's not grim or frostbitten but I absolutely love it. Now, I don't know anything about the genre and I tried out some of the music that was posted in this thread and I can say I definitely don't like Daft Punk or techno-disco. I'm kind of excited that I have so much music to discover but I need some more music to identify a style. So yeah, more artists like Passion Pit would rule

stun runner
Oct 3, 2006

by mons all madden


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XJ0z9yIMseU

Tiga is really funny.

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

dk2m posted:

electro babby checking in. I recently got the Manners CD by Passion Pit as a joke gift by a friend and in a stunning turn of events, I love the poo poo out of it. It's not grim or frostbitten but I absolutely love it. Now, I don't know anything about the genre and I tried out some of the music that was posted in this thread and I can say I definitely don't like Daft Punk or techno-disco. I'm kind of excited that I have so much music to discover but I need some more music to identify a style. So yeah, more artists like Passion Pit would rule

Really curious as to how that was a joke gift. "haha yes I can't wait to see his face when he gets this widely acclaimed album by a respected band!" Or did he hand it to you and say, "Learn some Manners!"

Threatis
Sep 28, 2005

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


Hammsturabi posted:

Really curious as to how that was a joke gift. "haha yes I can't wait to see his face when he gets this widely acclaimed album by a respected band!" Or did he hand it to you and say, "Learn some Manners!"

from the fact that he says its not "grim or frostbitten" I'm pretty sure he's into a style of music that incorporates corpsepaint and axes.

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

Threatis posted:

from the fact that he says its not "grim or frostbitten" I'm pretty sure he's into a style of music that incorporates corpsepaint and axes.

yea I caught that but it's still a really odd choice. you'd think he'd have gotten something a) not new and b) more obviously jokey like some novelty music or something

itt hammsturabi ponders the motives of someone he's never talked to in buying a passion pit record

Terrible Horse
Apr 27, 2004
:I

Passion Pit is pretty standard indie isnt it, besides their use of synths i dont get why they would be in this thread (lots of bands use synths?)

Man vs Child
Mar 21, 2004

by Ralp


Terrible Horse posted:

Passion Pit is pretty standard indie isnt it, besides their use of synths i dont get why they would be in this thread (lots of bands use synths?)

They shouldn't but their remixes should be!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4qUqbPJmZiY Passion Pit - Little Secrets (Hey Champ Remix)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cig2SibPTbY Passion Pit - The Reeling (Yasutaka Nakata Capsule Remix)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c39ueu0hx6U Passion Pit - To Kingdom Come (Grum Remix)

Personally I cannot get enough of GRUM, and the Hey Champ remix is spot on Hey Champ material.

dk2m
May 6, 2009


Sorry, I don't really know what genre Passion Pit would be. I heard synths and immediately classified them as more electronica but I can see now why they are not really a fit for this thread. My bad! Although the remixes were pretty cool - I especially liked the Yasutaka Nakata Capsule remix.

And yes, I'm not really the typical demographic Passion Pit appeals to and thus why it was a "gag" gift from another metalhead. poo poo is good though!

Man vs Child
Mar 21, 2004

by Ralp


Booya! Got some exclusive Fear of Tigers work for you from my good friends at http://deathelectro.com



Fear of Tigers - Sirkka (Mille Remix)
Fear of Tigers - Sirkka (The Clean Shaven Grins Remix)
Fear of Tigers - The Adventures of Pippi Longstrump (Human Contact Remix
Visage - Fade To Grey (Fear of Tigers Remix)

Enjoy these exclusive releases! I loving love every single one of them!

as always, check out my blog at http://curbcheckyouhavethecon.blogspot.com to get the latest influx of bloghouse and bangers!

Man vs Child fucked around with this message at Dec 24, 2009 around 06:11

E1M5
Feb 6, 2007


Thanks so much for that.

I've completely fallen in love with Fear of Tigers over the past couple days.

Ponce de Le0n
Jul 6, 2008

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


Is it true that Mr Oizo shooting a film named Rubber, about the history of an evil tyre killing people in the desert... Soundtrack by SebastiAn, Gaspard (from jousteeece) & him.

if it is that's awesome

Stravinskus
Feb 19, 2008


LE0N posted:

Is it true that Mr Oizo shooting a film named Rubber, about the history of an evil tyre killing people in the desert... Soundtrack by SebastiAn, Gaspard (from jousteeece) & him.

if it is that's awesome

Yes, and Busy P is in it.

Kerk
Feb 9, 2008

Since 1992


Stravinskus posted:

Yes, and Busy P is in it.

Just got my tickets for Ed Banger's 7th Birthday Party in NYC, February can't come soon enough.

Chromeo's new video for their single, Night by Night, is genius not to mention the song is incredibly catchy and groovy. Hands down best video of the year. Check it out if you haven't already.
http://www.vimeo.com/7983999

Threatis
Sep 28, 2005

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


Kerk posted:

Just got my tickets for Ed Banger's 7th Birthday Party in NYC, February can't come soon enough.

Chromeo's new video for their single, Night by Night, is genius not to mention the song is incredibly catchy and groovy. Hands down best video of the year. Check it out if you haven't already.
http://www.vimeo.com/7983999

I think you actually mean the Eric Wareheim directed video for Major Lazer - Keep It Going Louder is the best video of the year http://vimeo.com/7652564

also it is basically my favorite single of the year and got slept on by nearly everyone because they were too busy stanning over "Pon De Floor"

Man vs Child
Mar 21, 2004

by Ralp


Threatis posted:

I think you actually mean the Eric Wareheim directed video for Major Lazer - Keep It Going Louder is the best video of the year http://vimeo.com/7652564

also it is basically my favorite single of the year and got slept on by nearly everyone because they were too busy stanning over "Pon De Floor"

Jesus Christ that video. Lady Gaga or La Roux can't even top that. You just wrinkled my brain so hard.

bog savant
Mar 15, 2008

unending immaturity


Anyone seen Vitalic live? I kinda wanna go next month. I really liked Flashmob, pretty sure it was my fav electronic release this year. Way better than the first one, which was too clean and glitzy for me...Flashmob sounds like he's finally trying out some distortion, and it owns.

bog savant fucked around with this message at Dec 28, 2009 around 21:03

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.


Uggh. This is so far from a remix it doesn't deserve the title. It IS a great song, in and of itself, but aside from that one charging laser sound, there's barely any resemblance to the original song.

Original (which is fantastic):

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cznha2YTTh0


Canadians in this thread might recognize this song from a current McDonald's ad:

Bot'Ox - Blue Steel

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XMEUpF7mNb0

A great bit of synth chillout.

Cyril Sneer fucked around with this message at Dec 28, 2009 around 21:35

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.

Threatis posted:

I think you actually mean the Eric Wareheim directed video for Major Lazer - Keep It Going Louder is the best video of the year http://vimeo.com/7652564

also it is basically my favorite single of the year and got slept on by nearly everyone because they were too busy stanning over "Pon De Floor"

The video is pretty drat cool, and I really dig the female vocals but the hip hop autotune bits completely ruin this song for me. It really could've represented a fresh sound, but no, it had to fall back to top-40 mediocrity.

Ponce de Le0n
Jul 6, 2008

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


Volvagia posted:

Anyone seen Vitalic live? I kinda wanna go next month. I really liked Flashmob, pretty sure it was my fav electronic release this year. Way better than the first one, which was too clean and glitzy for me...Flashmob sounds like he's finally trying out some distortion, and it owns.

Yup, he is awesome live, OK cowboy was a nice mix and flashmob is great too and yeah the distortion is tastefully done (when i mean tastefully i mean not "lol its just all noise" gimmick)

Tualek
May 28, 2006
Small Body

Cyril Sneer posted:

The video is pretty drat cool, and I really dig the female vocals but the hip hop autotune bits completely ruin this song for me. It really could've represented a fresh sound, but no, it had to fall back to top-40 mediocrity.
I mean, I personally love Ricky Blaze's vocals in the song. It's not the auto-tune I like or even the chorus which is really what implements it, but I just like how he sings and goes about projecting the lyrics, it's got that reggae style to it. But yeah, autotune sucks. However, Nina Sky's voice is gorgeous and perfect (she performed it live w/ Major Lazor at HARD NYC) and apparently Diplo agrees:
Major Lazer ft. Nina Sky - Keep it Goin' Louder - Diplo Remix . I'm rather partial to this version as opposed to the album, but that doesn't keep this song from being my favorite thing to come off of Guns Don't Kill, Lazers Do.

Kerk posted:

Just got my tickets for Ed Banger's 7th Birthday Party in NYC, February can't come soon enough.
Hot drat.

Man vs Child
Mar 21, 2004

by Ralp


Alright I leave this year with a mix I did recently

http://www.mediafire.com/?mumzj1jjn0y

curbcheckkk - Electrossential 2009

01. Dada Life - Happy Hands & Happy Feet (Malentes Wasted Kidz & Wacky Mix)
02. Bloc Party - Signs (Armand Van Helden Remix)
03. JD Davis - Life In The Extreme
04. Mr Oizo - Gay Dentists
05. Shinichi Osawa - Dreamhunt (Shinichi Osawa Remix)
06. Fake Blood - Mars (Jack Beats Remix)
07. Don Rimini - Hools (Djedotronic Remic)
08. Mr Vega - Live Dance Then Die
10. La Roux - I'm Not Your Toy (Jack Beats Remix)
11. The Infadels - Love Like Semtex (Fear Of Tigers Remix)
12. Combo - Crystal Ocean (Wolfchild Remix)
13. The Killers - Somebody Told Me (Redial Remix)

enjoy

NON
Jun 5, 2003

GAY

Woo thanks, this looks right up my alley!

saeal
Aug 30, 2004

Salute to the flying fish brigade.

Been lurking for a while, glad someone finally brought up The Reeling remix by Yasutaka Nakata. I think that remix is one of his bests considering the fact some of his recent stuff is more pop (I'm talking about you, Perfume.)

For those who aren't familiar with Nakata's work I highly recommend it if you're into Shinichi Osawa. Nakata produced Japan's popular technopop girl-group :puke: Perfume which some people say it's today's Yellow Magic Orchestra. Personally, Perfume is way too typical J-Pop oriented and I prefer his remixes better. Worth a look if you don't mind happy technopop/synthpop with auto-tuned vocals though. He also has his own duo project named Capsule, which has shifted towards electrohouse.

Perfume - NIGHT FLIGHT
capsule - Jelly
capsule - Jumper
capsule - e.d.i.t.
capsule x Daft Punk x Beastie Boys - Starry Sky (YEAH! Remix)

The last one is a mashup obviously and even though I usually do not care for mashups this is an exception. Also NIGHT FLIGHT is probably the only Perfume song I can like. Love the Yellow Magic Orchestra undertones in it (Rydeen and Technopolis.)

saeal fucked around with this message at Dec 31, 2009 around 20:07

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

saeal posted:

capsule - Jumper

holy poo poo this gets catchy as hell right at 1:51. Also that's probably the longest music video I've ever seen that doesn't have a prologue/is non-stop music.

I've been listening to Perfume's other material (holy crap they have a lot of PVs) and although it has too much of a "this is for little girls" vibe for me, the synths sound SO COOL! This Yasutaka guy sure knows his stuff.

PhonyMcRingRing
Jun 6, 2002


melee beats posted:

Maybe I just don't have the attention span anymore for tracky disco :[

What in the F is "tracky" disco?

Terrible Horse posted:

Passion Pit is pretty standard indie isnt it, besides their use of synths i dont get why they would be in this thread (lots of bands use synths?)

dk2m posted:

Sorry, I don't really know what genre Passion Pit would be. I heard synths and immediately classified them as more electronica but I can see now why they are not really a fit for this thread.

They fit more into the Electro-Pop genre, which was merged into this thread for some reason.

Nigel Tufnel
Jan 3, 2005
You can't really dust for vomit.

I'm looking for a house track but I can only remember the video. It was an animated video, manga style. There's a guy driving a car. Both interior and exterior shots if I recall. Also the guy is a vampire or a zombie.

That's all I've got. I think maybe the car was red. Looked a bit like a Ferrari GTO. Er, fully expect to get nothing but it was a great track.

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

Nigel Tufnel posted:

I'm looking for a house track but I can only remember the video. It was an animated video, manga style. There's a guy driving a car. Both interior and exterior shots if I recall. Also the guy is a vampire or a zombie.

That's all I've got. I think maybe the car was red. Looked a bit like a Ferrari GTO. Er, fully expect to get nothing but it was a great track.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SQSHg-SJXR8
Kavinsky - Testarossa Autodrive

PhonyMcRingRing
Jun 6, 2002


Nadir posted:

The Twelves just did a two hour essential mix for Radio 1. It's a really fun mix. I can't wait to play it next time I'm partying. Check it out:

http://www.ilictronix.com/2009/12/t...ial-mix_20.html

This is awesome, totally gonna get me through my new years!

Nigel Tufnel
Jan 3, 2005
You can't really dust for vomit.

Hammsturabi posted:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SQSHg-SJXR8
Kavinsky - Testarossa Autodrive

Yes! Thanks man.

Kiger_Soze
Feb 1, 2005


Man vs Child posted:

Jesus Christ that video. Lady Gaga or La Roux can't even top that. You just wrinkled my brain so hard.

gently caress you Eric Wareheim!

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Kerk
Feb 9, 2008

Since 1992


So I have a serious problem, I'm missing a high quality version of the house classic, You Are My High by Demon vs Heartbreaker. Does anyone know where i can purchase it in 192 or higher? Ive had no luck.

For those who aren't enlightened:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8a1Kv1EeSN4

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