cuz i'm one of the worst offenders in starting loads of little grime threads, i thought i'd start this thread, as a place where people can post little titbits of grime info. a little like those 'rolling threads' on ILM.
so, to kick things off:
YOU MUST get the young.dot EP. the best grime...
Genuine question. I use grimeforum and here and that Ilove thing whatever and then random soundclouds, should I read music eurgh, what are they called? Are they websites? I like hiphop and grime and noise and probably free jazz, but I find the Wire hideous. I'm not writing in any sense of...
Sad news. There's no one out there quite like it blogging ("oh i think i'll just take on the whole of jazz today..."). And as for Dissensus, I'm not sure my sanity can take relying on any other forum. Comeback Woebot all is forgiven!
Genom - Genom Audio Podcast June 2015
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Title: Genom Audio Podcast June 2015
Mixed & Recorded: Genom
Genre: Drum & Bass
Length: 58m 30s
Biggest sound of rap/pop/R&B in the last 5 years, and I figured fuck it, dissensus needs a thread. After all, Pandiculate was asking me a bit in the rap thread about it, but every time I try to start it gets me overwhelmed with trying to be a completist since its a genuine scene and not just "DJ...
There is obviously something going on with House music in London with DJs like Mark Radford and dance styles such as cutting shapes / shuffling whatever it is called. Don't really know anything about it so excuse me if I sound ignorant. Thought a new thread to compile and cover what is happening...
im looking through this and smiling at photos, well that's my friday afternoon sorted out
Know bugger all about this really, but just been checking out this DJ Sliink guy (via the latest blissblog post, in which he likens it to 'black gabba') and I like it a lot. Chopped vocals, cheeky samples, breakbeats, cool dancing...right up my street and I imagine it will appeal to dissensians...
Robbed from blissblog;
Archives of loads of stations.
REAL hip-hop ONLY
GUNPLAY ON FEEL IT IN THE AIR
Northern style that a lot of bassline dj's also play or have switched to.
Post any examples / news / mixes.
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One of those annoying threads where no one really says anything but instead fills every post with youtube embeds so it takes ages to load.
I thought we needed one for drone.
Dubplate Boris. Supa D. Apple. Funky Taffa. and other Rinse DJs. Wigman (?). It's growing and changing. UK house: the new UK garage?
This article is about how Jamacians like Michael Bolton and Shania Twain mixed in with their Chronixx and Popcaan, and why it is that they don't feel these things are "guilty pleasures"; indeed, its suggested that there is no such THING as a "guilty pleasure" for a Jamaican...
i dont listen to music anymore but i had a job over winter where i listened to rinse all day and i loved it so much. that daytime playlist. the same 10 perfect songs on rotation day in day out. pop music that was so hip, this amalgamation of all my favourite things. made me really proud of the...
isn't this one of mms' pet topics? how hip-hop was ore futuristic when it was like this>
i really like this style. ll got some good ones.
50/50 for me, couldn't call it.
100 BPM, 808, crunk beats with funky, syncopated rhythmic stabs of samples (mainly vocals). The effect of these samples tends to be, as I said, funkiness rather headfuckery.
RiFF RAFF iS A TOP 10 WHiTE RAPPER. NUMBER ONE AT BRiNGiNG OUT THE RiCE. iF YOU AiNT HEARD JOiN IN ON THE RiCE BUFFET.
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Does anybody knows how many white labels the Eski-boy released to this day ? Is there someone, somewhere collecting, working on a grime discography yet ?
There's MASSES of this out there at the moment. My favourite mix at the moment is
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but there are loads on soundcloud. Masses of filesharing on whatsapp and datafile and...
I LOVE MUSIC DISCUSSES JUNGLE
It couldn't survive, thank christ. The rhythmic parameters of the genres were so small that the entire collected body of jungle could be summed up on a 'jungle setting' on a Casio. "Renegade Snares" is all I ever needed, personally.
― dave q, Friday, 31 August...
remember googlers, youre only cheating yourself (these are all easy anyway, name the song for extra rap nerd points but there aree no obscuere ones at all)
Drinking sake on a Suzuki, we in Osaka bay
Yo I be wit a gang a gangs, who hang and bang
Animals, orangetangs, hammers move, bangers...
Dissensus Raw Productions
Place for raw, ruff, rude, jagged, edgy and strong vibe productions. Every producer is welcomed, even if you're not registered here!
The idea was from discussion about post-dubstep/future garage/etc. being too bland/polite/safe in rolling back to the future...
Genom - Genom Audio Podcast May 2015
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Title: Genom Audio Podcast May 2015
Mixed & Recorded: Genom
Genre: Drum & Bass
Length: 72m 30s
Youtube has become the primary way for me to find old but new-to-me music that I would otherwise have no way of ever knowing about. Being pretty young, this kind of stuff was being made when I was just a toddler. Here's a handful I've found thanks to the tube:
Starpoint - Object Of My Desire...
.. i love em.. i could watch em all day!! recently, i've loved every second of
* soul deep
* howard goodall's how music works
* howard goodall's twentieth century greats
* buena vista social club
* wesley willis - the daddy of rock'n'roll
* others which i'm too tired to recall..
...well not so much lost as not previously available on line as far as I can see. 'Black Noise' by Mark Fisher from ***Collapse magazine 1995.
definitely feeling the mahogany city right now.
dug it out after listening to floyd's "the wall" which forcibly struck me as very deliberatly penny operatic...
Classic Plastikman set
those tracks which date before 1977.
those tracks which date before 1977 and sound like they could have been made after 1977 by a post-punk act.
hairy yet also concise.
rock in love with other sounds (or other sounds which sound like rock).
I'm on the hunt for a top notch music licensor for a big project. Does anyone here know of such a person? PM / email me please: email@example.com
This sort of "consulting the Dissensian powers that be" thing strikes me as threadworthy. A bit tricky, though, as it will eventually grow too...
some nice stuff in here
most especially enjoyed the fungle here
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Seems to be pretty set in stone now that Vinyl in clubs is dying out. Pretty tragic that people like Youngsta had to switch just cos clubs can't be bothered to look after turntables.
Also CDJ mixes can sound so machine-like sometimes, can hear them a mile off.
Does anyone know why clubs have...
Ok, everyone in the world knows who Giggs is, but is anyone else trying to keep up with South London's output at the moment? There's just mixtapes flying like bullets in all directions, it really feels like music-as-drive-by, and round where I live, it's everywhere.
OK, my girlfriend did a night to celebrate International Women's Day this year and last year too. The night had bands with (mainly) girls playing, female djs, workshops run by female artists and so on and so forth - you get the general idea. Anyway, it looks as though the night has spawned a more...
Not heard anything as good as Ashanti's 'Only U' or Amerie's '1 Thing' in a while. Any great r&b nuggets out there I've missed?
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