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    Corpsey's talked about Spongebob being something of a watershed moment in the past.

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    I think it was hearing Hazyville that pulled me out of dubstep entirely.

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    Quote Originally Posted by version View Post
    Corpsey's talked about Spongebob being something of a watershed moment in the past.
    yeah looking back it actually counter-intuitively felt like the revival of 93 horrorcore. but then you had loefah saying oh we don't like most of that stuff, we only want reinforced, and it's like ok man it's exactly this revisionist attitude that constantly means we can't organically develop.
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    I think it was hearing Hazyville that pulled me out of dubstep entirely.
    vladislav delay for me.

    submerged ambient dub. tbf i never really listened to actress. there's that bassline fm track which my mates like and im like ehh.

    https://vladislavdelay.bandcamp.com/album/vantaa
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    Joy Orbison's arrival felt like something.

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    just think there are better producers in uk stephen julian/funkineven, k15 etc and then in detroit kyle hall, jay daniel and norm talley
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    Quote Originally Posted by thirdform View Post
    vladislav delay for me.

    submerged ambient dub. tbf i never really listened to actress. there's that bassline fm track which my mates like and im like ehh.

    https://vladislavdelay.bandcamp.com/album/vantaa
    I didn't actually get round to listening to him until maybe a couple of years ago when someone put me onto Anima.

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    Joy Orbison's arrival felt like something.
    a dark time. was talking to crowl about this the other day.
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    6ix9ine coming out with Gummo. I remember seeing that and asking myself what the fuck was happening, rapper with rainbow hair and grills screaming like a metal singer and getting hundreds of millions of plays out of nowhere.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thirdform View Post
    a dark time. was talking to crowl about this the other day.
    What was he saying about it?

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    Sex Pistols in '77 has got to be one.

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    i guess you can have some covert indie garage nostalgia from this one from mount kimbie secret fertive home counties girl UCL/royal holloway blowjobs circa 2010. but is the sad drooping melody even worth it until the weak bassline?

    the lip curls eeuu yeah those were fun times considering how brexit has made us victorian frigid cunts but they were 4/10 weren't they really. poshos don't make for good sexual repartee. even @kllawthulu and @olivercraner agree!

    seriously tho what a stinking shit tune.
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    MOP Ante Up
    Chronic 2001

    Both took commercial hiphop in a square beat direction. Before that there was usually some swing, some syncopation.
    Took a rest stop that wasn't on the schedule

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    Quote Originally Posted by pattycakes_ View Post
    MOP Ante Up
    Chronic 2001

    Both took commercial hiphop in a square beat direction. Before that there was usually some swing, some syncopation.
    although drum machine syncopation continued well into the late 90s and obviously the early 00s in the south. sorry for coming across as a bit exasperated on the other thread btw.
    oh just saw you said chronic 2001. i'm not sure i agree then.
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    Ante up was square as hell and also brought in that big anthemic vibe which became ubiquitous for a good while

    Chronic 2001 was pretty boring to me. The swagger just wasn't there. Also no playfulness. Kinda took itself a bit too serious which in comparison with the original Chronic made for a forgettable listen. It was also touted as the loudest album ever and my music production tutor explained pretty well why this was not a good thing

    Not to mention it eminem blowing up at that time. Dark days

    Make my shit the G funk any day over all that stuff

    Around the millennium we took a nosedive in terms of creativity
    Took a rest stop that wasn't on the schedule

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