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    Default New Stuff.

    See above. There's got to be some. I'm talking within the last three to five years, max. We can't have every thread rolling back to '03 at the latest, I'm sure something happened after grime.

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    sure there's new stuff, more than ever, if anything. like in some respects we're at a global cultural highpoint. but I just don't care for it. or rather, i do care for it, but I'm nearly 30 and my taste is overdeveloped. I need to suspend judgment and i can't do that in the same way i could when i was 16. I have value judgments forged in blood and fire and the ignorance cannot be recovered. how do you escape this deadlock is probably why we're on this forum to begin with. for the older blokes like blissblogger they had linear progressions. our period is more like non-contiguous jumps and stop starts. which station do i listen to on a friday night? i can choose between pyro, mode fm, nts, rinse fm, subtle fm, soho radio, flex fm, the list goes on and on. the problem isn't the variety, the problem is it's up to me as a consumer. in some sense you need a choice to be dictated to you in a group or collective dynamic. the fact magification of much dance music contributed to this, sad to say. whereas punk still tends to have its own internal dynamics where bands are more word of mouth. these days you can't just do shit on ur own and expect your bredren to get behind you everything needs a press release.

    Again the problem is not that there is variety, that is a positive that should be retained. the problem is in the age of atomisation there is nothing to direct you. more about some new bits ive been enjoying later.

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    met him outside plastic people once, weird guy.

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    really think this techy trap influenced footwork east african diaspora thing is interesting but probably too austere for barty.


    https://soundcloud.com/unsound/unsound-podcast-slikback

    anyway, slammin set.

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    quite like some zuli beats as well.


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    used to hang out with the crew around truss and tesella back in my techno days. cool they're putting stuff out. have no idea who glyn hendry is though.

    i wish he'd chop the beat up a bit though.

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    quite into jlin as well.


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    i mean i just think jersey club sounds shit compared to this stuff, even though you could argue that footwork lost some of its novelty with the jungle connection, but still there are really weird future funk beats like this...


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    Really like Renick Bell as well.


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    there's a mad french speedcore liveset from la peste that I'll link u lot to later. it's well xenakis.

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    really like this album as well.


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    that brood ma bloke is call i guess, like virtual reality with those virus trancey synths done in a massively sidechained way. not so much into arca though.

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    some of the broken beat industrial techno.

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    mad japanese shit.


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