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Thread: Hip Hop/Electro with the "sickest, most insane sonics"

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    the wireisisation of dissensus.

    the Cafe Otomman empire.

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    Anyway, no offence meant - it can't all be Jamiroquai threads, after all

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    Corpse don't want a mvuent apotheosis. He doesn't want to share the spotlight, treading on his toes when he sees him just beneath him on the ladder and closing.

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    Come one come all I say

    I'm just curious as to how this revolution came about

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    Encroaching Autechrisation

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    Quote Originally Posted by luka View Post
    Barty for instance when he hears anything from the '80s it just makes him giggle. He's very condescending towards it. Treats it like a children's cartoon.
    This is interesting cos perhaps 'sick, insane sonics' are themselves now antiquated, laughable?

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    1985. Proto-acid, proto-techno, actually a gospel record from Minnesota.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Corpsey View Post
    This is interesting cos perhaps 'sick, insane sonics' are themselves now antiquated, laughable?
    Distortion was on the rise in rap music last time I was into it but I dunno if that trend continued...

    That might have been to do with Yeezus? I'm sure Crowley knows.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bassbeyondreason View Post
    1985. Proto-acid, proto-techno, actually a gospel record from Minnesota.
    Makes Christian raves sound like a really good idea, definitely a high conversion rate in the right space

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    Distortion as novelty appears to have mostly gone away outside of small pockets of younger rappers. A lot of those rappers who blew up with big mega-distorted hits got co-opted p. quickly and their sounds cleaned up.

    Anywho:



    Was having a rough time trying to find a specific tune of theirs that sort of made a 'detuned' homage to "Planet Rock"

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    When the synths start melting around the 5 minute mark. Would commit serious crimes to get ahold of an instrumental of this.

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    corpsey we get it, you really like autechre. you don't need to bring up them up out of nowhere all the time!!! its cool if your into that "experimental" bollocks but some of us like music with a tune!

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