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Vernacular
Nov 29, 2004



Terrible Horse posted:

Getting loving clowned on by real dudes and made to feel like a complete noob bitch is an important part of every dj's and electronic music fan's evolution, dont fight it

this times a million

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Vernacular
Nov 29, 2004



Dono posted:

NAPT



the dude on the left is the spitting image of armin van buuren

Vernacular
Nov 29, 2004



Slackerish posted:

Is it talented or is it funny? Make up your mind. Also, you listen to dubstep, you don't really have much of a place to talk about my music tastes.

do you know how dumb you sound right now?

Vernacular
Nov 29, 2004



Slackerish posted:

As dumb as a technophile who browses blogs all day and manages to make even electronic music pretentious? Oh wait...

as dumb as somebody whose retort against a perfectly good point is "oh....well, you like [insert musical genre], so your opinion is invalid"

Vernacular
Nov 29, 2004



slackerish, every post you make in this thread makes you look worse and worse. you come across as a teen who's way too confident about his take on music. if you learn to be more receptive and willing to admit that you don't really know as much as your aggressive, 'i-give-no-gently caress' posts may indicate, i guarantee that you will be a better person/audiophile because of it. just fyi

Vernacular
Nov 29, 2004



Mr Viper posted:

NONE I'VE BEEN TO NONE NOW PLEASE JUDGE ME BECAUSE YOU'VE PROVEN YOUR OPINION TO BE GOLD

he is trying to help scrubs cultivate an enriched musical experience, why you hatin

Vernacular
Nov 29, 2004



xposted from EW and ML, new mix i just finished up. mish mash of deep stuff, tech, some nu disco (i guess), etc

http://www.mediafire.com/?jwnj4mcamqm
Siriusmo - Nights Off
Deetron - Let's Get Over It (Llorca's Extended remix)
Basement Jaxx - My Turn
DJ T - Philly
Siopsis - Really Love Ya (Inxec, Matt Tolfrey remix)
Mendo, Danny Serrano - Esperanza
Lemos - Nice & Clean
Nicholas Jaar - Mi Mujer
Ryan Crosson - Don't Look Further
Technasia, Renato Cohen - Jaxx (Delaze remix)
Dusty Kid - Wiwy (edit 1)
Dennis Ferrer - Hey Hey (DF's attention mix)
Jori Hulkonnen - I Dance to Your Bass My Friend

Vernacular
Nov 29, 2004



incoherent posted:

Club nokia has terrible acoustics, but the lineup is nuts.

yeah the sound is really not that good, you have to be in the main pit area (which is fairly small) to get the full effect

Vernacular
Nov 29, 2004



this is how i feel about deadmau5:

Vernacular
Nov 29, 2004



Mr Viper posted:

There's still a hell of a lot of people in their mid 30's here in LA that try to do that poo poo... If you've ever heard of Burning Man, it's sort of the same crowd

and it's AMAZINGLY laughable

what are you even talking about?

Vernacular
Nov 29, 2004



Mr Viper posted:

I've met a lot of crazy Venice people in their thirties that are pretty cracked out and still try to put on shows like they went to in the 90's. It's the same group of people that go to the burning man festival... what part of this is confusing?

burning man attracts a much more diverse audience than that. it's not just a bunch of venice beach crazies trying to relive their high times.

and like etard said, your "if you've ever heard of burning man" comment was pretty funny

Vernacular fucked around with this message at 22:52 on Mar 17, 2010

Vernacular
Nov 29, 2004



Mr Viper posted:

that's like saying HARD shows attract a much more diverse audience than 18 year old white kids rolling balls. It's a generalization, but it's mostly true


edit: etard, what are you talking about? I didn't recognize John "00" Fleming, so that makes me not know anything about DJ's? wow





edit 2: Can we go back to bashing deadmau5 instead of me, please

my point was that your equation of burners to old folks tryin to relive an antiquated niche rave scene was a weird one

Vernacular
Nov 29, 2004



shamelessly promoting my friend's track. his (Flirtphonic) remix of N.A.S.A.'s track gifted is #1 on hypem and is pretty good! http://hypem.com/track/1068029/N+A+...rtphonic+Remix+

Vernacular
Nov 29, 2004



seemed like a good enough place to ask. anybody happen to know this track? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WJiSIVrJ3-0

Vernacular
Nov 29, 2004



you guys should see nic fanciulli and joris voorn if they come through your town. they rocked the avalon last night! did anybody else go?

Vernacular
Nov 29, 2004



Mr Viper posted:

I AM SO HAPPY RIGHT NOW

via Facebook


well now I know what I'm doing august 29th



i have very high hopes for this album. no silly collaborations, just the unadulterated psychedelia of tom and ed

edit: erol alkan also just tweeted that the new track [single?] is amazing and is set to drop on thursday. i remember reading somewhere that erol is a HUGE fan of dig your own hole, so maybe this signals a possible return to proper form?

Vernacular fucked around with this message at 21:36 on Mar 30, 2010

Vernacular
Nov 29, 2004



incoherent posted:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=goSb43G4myM

Discussion: what will be the official jam of the summer 2010?

1 of the 8 remixes for this song, perhaps.

i feel like this one is gonna get tons of play http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=blvAqImnyPc

Vernacular
Nov 29, 2004



speaking of the chemical brothers and possible summer anthems: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H2kIAV6ScUw

golly

Vernacular
Nov 29, 2004



incoherent posted:

Word on the street is they are in talks for EDC.

i wouldn't count on it. don't really see them hauling all their gear to america twice in 3 months

Vernacular
Nov 29, 2004



Mr Viper posted:

there's just no pleasing you, is there?

it's just sorta boring dude. you play that riverside remix for waaayyyyy too long, and the volume drop after that just kills the energy for good. there's some good tracks, but overall it doesn't sound all that interesting. also i'm pretty sure raven isn't even in that mix. haven't you only been mixing for a short time? why are you calling your poo poo 'amazing'? that's a turn off

Vernacular
Nov 29, 2004



new booka shade EP out called 'bad love'. includes this track, which is quite good http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L0KMENK_vxU

Vernacular
Nov 29, 2004



Mr Viper posted:

The EP's actually called "More!", and it's loving phenomenal...

that's their next studio album. "bad love" is a 4-track EP that just came out.

Vernacular
Nov 29, 2004



Mr Viper posted:

Fatboy Slim is doing shows again? Maybe he should come to LA and make up for being too much of an alcoholic to handle last year's EDC

i sorta figured they would get him for this year after what happened last year. not sure why groove armada is back instead, they're getting sort of watered down as far as cali music festivals go

Vernacular
Nov 29, 2004



did you guys know that this track is by the swedish house mafia and not the swedish string quartet? you're both setting the bar too high for these guys

Vernacular
Nov 29, 2004



Dono posted:

A lot of you are missing the point here (I'll exclude Threatis because...well you know). The Sweedish House Mafia track may not be spectacular to your taste and while I hope it does get a better tuned remix, this is an amazing track for a well tuned progressive house mix. The biggest thing to understand is that the track just might not be exactly what you want to hear.

In fact, I forget the name of the DJ right now but he mixed this track into his set at Space Miami on the Terrace in the last few weeks and it was pretty awesome.

threatis brought up the biggest problem with the track though, which is that its 7 minutes of the same riff with little variation. its catchy enough, but you're out of your mind if you think it needs to be played in its entirety in any context. mix out of it after a few minutes if you're gonna play it in a set

Vernacular
Nov 29, 2004




that's pretty terrible

Vernacular
Nov 29, 2004



yeah it's a gorgeous track. can't wait for their hollywood bowl show!

Vernacular
Nov 29, 2004



incoherent posted:


Also, this.

oh to be a fly on the wall during their production sessions

Vernacular
Nov 29, 2004



Iraff posted:

ugh this is poo poo.

i dunno man it sorta makes me smile

Vernacular
Nov 29, 2004



Dono posted:

Fixed.

there are plenty of really good reasons for not wanting to go to an event like EDC that don't fall into the "because i'm a shut-in nerd" category. you know this, right?

Vernacular
Nov 29, 2004



incoherent posted:

Support your local clubs instead. Socal goons (who are not afraid) get at this show.


oh drat i might be down for that

Vernacular
Nov 29, 2004



Mr Viper posted:

Underworld - Shiver
produced by High Motherfucking Contrast

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dHs8LxPepKU&hd=1



i don't know, sounds pretty average to me. then again, i thought their last album was pretty lightweight too. certainly a far cry from the days of beaucoup fish and belters like rez. still hope to catch them live one of these days, though

Vernacular
Nov 29, 2004



i've been wondering when that track was gonna get released (esp. that rippin dewaele remix). glad to know it's gonna be soon

Mr Viper posted:

This track is awesome, that crowd is terrible

the camera is firmly mounted and elevated way above the crowd, that's how those shows look when you're not immersed in the madness

Vernacular
Nov 29, 2004



etard knievel posted:

So is the 'techno' part of the name supposed to be ironic, or was "Yeah, cruncy sidechain electrohouse that sounds indistinguishable from every other club banger" too long to fit on beatport?

i'm at the point where 'techno' as a blanket term for the genre doesn't really bother me anymore. i suppose i just like the spirit of the track(s)

Firaga posted:

Fell in love with this track when I heard it on Boy 8-Bit's EM.
I'm not even sure exactly why! It has a wicked groove though

choo choo all night long

Visti & Meyland - Yes Maam (All Nite Long) (Trentemoller Remix)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a9YaRXvG2ps

that EM is full of gems. glad i discovered that track, as well as the JOTS remix of ali love

Vernacular
Nov 29, 2004



also, did anybody see simian at control on friday? killer night

Vernacular
Nov 29, 2004



^^^ my rule of thumb for MSTRKRFT shows is to get as hosed up as JFK, because he loving butchers effects/transitions when he's tanked. you might want to save your money if there's anybody better coming in the next month

incoherent posted:

Yeah I was so there. It was pretty much what they said they were going to do (more like belvedere, less like hustler) and I was dancing all night.

Sucks only one dude was there, though.

I loved loved search even though the sound was all hosed up

http://www.myspace.com/lovesearch

e: I can hear the hook from cruel intention all day, every day.

yes love search was great! i'm glad i caught their set.

as far as the whole DJ sets vs live sets argument goes...different kind of night/vibes/performance. they each have their own sets of pros and cons. chances are whoever it is has been DJing as long as (if not longer than) they've been doing live shows so it'll be a good time either way (unless, like manoli said, it's a ladytron DJ set, which i've had a dozen people tell me is the worst thing they've ever heard. i've also been told that hot chip DJ sets are mediocre, though take that with a grain of salt)

regarding simian's live set. i've been to 3, and they've been getting worse and worse. i also don't think that light setup is too much to write home about. the DJ set was a refreshing change of pace

Vernacular fucked around with this message at 00:04 on Jun 5, 2010

Vernacular
Nov 29, 2004



incoherent posted:

e: Chems - swoon boys noize remix

peep the don diablo remix, i really like what he did with it http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gz8t...feature=related

Vernacular
Nov 29, 2004



vossi posted:

basement jaxx remixed white sky by vampire weekend
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JeJGN3mABvQ

i like

this rules, thanks for posting!

edit: one of my favorite tracks of the year so far to be honest

Vernacular fucked around with this message at 18:53 on Aug 5, 2010

Vernacular
Nov 29, 2004



incoherent posted:

Adding to that, who is tearing their hair out soulwax and digitism is clashing tonight?

that was an unfortunate conflict, but holy poo poo, soulwax was unreal. is there anybody more on their game than the dewaeles in electronic music at this point in time? they didn't even need to rely on their old hat robot rock/phantom pt. II/get innocuous renditions to put on a great show. in addition to we love animals, another excuse, e talking, miserable girl, and that 'discotheque theme' track they did as samantha fu, i'm pretty sure they played all new material, including a hot-as-gently caress 10+ minute disco jam-out at the end. best set of the night

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lD00DfxweIc
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_Y5-Yp8Jouc (LOVE that new song after e-talking)

the twelves, flying lotus, erol alkan and tiga smashed it as well, and the LA state historic park was a perfect venue. i'll post some pictures when i get home

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Vernacular
Nov 29, 2004



Free Mad Decent block party in LA tomorrow. Ninjasonik, Theophilus London, Gaslamp Killer, Nosaj Thng, Paul Devro...should be a good time. http://maddecentblockparty.com/

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