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rivetrenuck
21-01-2011, 08:56 AM
Dear all,

Spent the last 2 days swamped in some of the finest techno, atleast in my opinion. But i have to seperate them into 2 different categories. Dark Category and Soul Category. None of which is better then the other.

DARK

Most of the stuff that fall under this category comes from the UK's very own Downwards Label, some from Tresor, and a couple of other

Regis : Gayscene, Gymnastics,
Female
Surgeon
Sandwell District
Oscar Mulero
Ancient Methods

Ill link up some crazy live sets by these guys if anyone is interested.

SOUL

This is what i really want to explore more of.

This began when i baught the 14 tracks Deep into Move D. It blew me away!
Then went to his soundcloud page and downloaded a coople of livesets. They are quite different from his own productions but I LOVE THEM! too bad this guy doesnt give us a tracklist to go by, All of his sets are like a treasure trove! and of course he has mixed them so well!.

Here is one track that i have managed to get from the comments in soundcloud.

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Move D is owning my eardrums at the moment, and possibly even my soul. :cool:

I would love to go deeper into this sound of thing. Would really love some hints to where I can find more. Record labels, Tracks, Dj's.

Thank you all and Thank you Move D.

Love n Peace

wise
21-01-2011, 09:46 AM
Not sure if this is what yr after, but for my ears this is one of the most beautiful emotive techno tunes


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

Must be heard on decent speakers, when the bass drops, mmmmmm, rush!

Sectionfive
21-01-2011, 11:47 AM
MoveD is the business.
Here (http://www.lowerstate.ie/2009/10/lowerstate-podcast-6-move-d/) is a set he did over here a while back.

Check out TR-One/BrokenAudioMovement if you get a chance.
Good mix from one of them here (http://infinitestatemachine.com/2008/11/27/thanksgiving-special-love-for-juan-atkins/)

Will post more later

stephenk
21-01-2011, 03:20 PM
yeah move d is fantastic. so is that discreet unit track.
i love that stuff too, but the lines between higher-bpm deep house and techno get kind of blurry...i can definitely recommend steffi (her forthcoming album on ostgut is great, and check out the instrumental dub of "kill me") and cassy, as well as fred p./black jazz consortium, dexter, tevo howard's "move". just off the top of my head.

hopper
21-01-2011, 07:41 PM
that discreet music track reminds me of path of most resistance by pepe bradock

rivetrenuck
23-01-2011, 05:10 PM
Came across another minimalist?

Karrem Mosse, I like it,

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rivetrenuck
23-01-2011, 05:13 PM
Also brings to mind slightly more "flury" Techno like Newworldaquarium

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Lush!

rivetrenuck
25-01-2011, 06:09 AM
http://madelikeatree.com/Pages/madteo.html
Interesting interview, some really cool pictures of NY. On the download, wonder what sorta sound this ones got. but looks promising.


http://samurai.fm/en/tripster/
More noodly sounds from Workshop Records

zhao
25-01-2011, 07:01 AM
new Soul Center album says that Thomas Brinkmann is still king of this so called minimal. and shame on anyone who had any doubts.

paolo
25-01-2011, 04:00 PM
I thought Move D and Kassem Mosse made house?

pattycakes
25-01-2011, 05:10 PM
new Soul Center album says that Thomas Brinkmann is still king of this so called minimal. and shame on anyone who had any doubts.

i was supposed to see him in london on the weekend. really regret not doing so.

Sectionfive
25-01-2011, 05:51 PM
I thought Move D and Kassem Mosse made house?

Pretty much, but everybody that used to make techno makes house now I suppose.

rivetrenuck
25-01-2011, 10:11 PM
Neva heard of Thomas Brinkmann, on the research right now.

But was on the train today listening to Anti Social Entertainment from Rinse, This maybe absurd but it definitely is similar to all these sounds! only with more emphasis on the percussions or the lack of? Will try to find examples. These guys dont tracklist either

rivetrenuck
25-01-2011, 10:15 PM
While researching for more similar sounds, I stumbled upon Kowtons mix for blackdown, I have heard this before but what a perfect mix for this mood and sound.

http://blackdownsoundboy.blogspot.com/2009/09/kowton.html
:cool:

Leo
25-01-2011, 11:33 PM
Neva heard of Thomas Brinkmann, on the research right now.

unlike the latest soul center cd, his previous soul center stuff is made up of samples, so probably not exactly what you're talking about. maybe best to go with his "rosa" cd, a collection of his 12" singles on max ernst.

jimitheexploder
26-01-2011, 02:49 AM
Clap your hands if you want to fuck

Its Bakey Ustl!

Hype
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-EkGZK2g2qo

Woozy
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=INC0pmC9JlI

Same 10"

All over the shop, but so much fun in a loopy* kind of way.

*loopy as in mad.

In fact my last mix Xpldr#3 might be worth a shot if you dig that http://www.dissensus.com/showthread.php?11060-Mix-Xpldr-1

rivetrenuck
26-01-2011, 08:50 AM
unlike the latest soul center cd, his previous soul center stuff is made up of samples, so probably not exactly what you're talking about. maybe best to go with his "rosa" cd, a collection of his 12" singles on max ernst.

Yeah, I did check him out, and really love his work!, its amazing!. I have already baught a couple of albums.

But its not really what I am looking for in relation to this sound.

rob_giri
26-01-2011, 03:54 PM
Please enjoy this blog http://mnmlssg.blogspot.com/ by two fellow Melbournites - pretty much the best Techno in the world atm.

They have far better taste than Phillip Sherburne.

Sandwell et al are some of their favourites.

skull kid
27-01-2011, 02:35 PM
"They have far better taste than Phillip Sherburne."

maybe so, but unlike p sherburne, the ssg boys can't write for shit

Leo
27-01-2011, 03:00 PM
They have far better taste than Phillip Sherburne.

to each his own. i'll stick up for philip, i respect his tastes and have been turned on to lots of good stuff from his writings. his tastes may differ from yours, but that doesn't necessarily equate to better or worse.

4linehaiku
27-01-2011, 04:37 PM
The mnmlssg guys showcase a lot of really good stuff, but they also seem to be a bunch of whining bastards. There's obviously an important place for negative criticism in blogs etc, but I think it's a lot harder to write interesting negative things things than it is to write interesting positive ones. Especially when you are relentlessly smug about it.

rob_giri
28-01-2011, 09:05 AM
I agree on all accounts here.

Sherburne's writing is sublime, and the mnmlssgs guys writing, (especially Chris') more often than not is just simpleton hyperbole. Still, their coverage of techno today is far better than his, more raver-friendly, more intimate, and more frequent also.

rivetrenuck
31-01-2011, 09:29 PM
Discovered some amazing stuff here on http://shitfuckyou.com/

Courtesy of Philip Sherburne and his blog. :cool: