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    I was into brostep for about six months then it started feel like a bit of a dead end. This was around '08 though and before Skrillex and whatnot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by blissblogger View Post
    confess i have never heard of Mike Millrain!
    I recognized his name from the Grant Nelson connection (Jeremy Sylvester too iirc?)

    but I didn't know he brought the ruffness like that

    a kind of anonymous auteur, like Pete Parsons in jungle

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    Afa OP

    Scum by Napalm Death + contemporary pioneering grind records (Repulsion, etc)

    Everything after is zone of fruitless intensification

    Or more like pointless intensification. There are some cool records but the concept has already been fully realized.

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    Hearing/seeing the music video for Dream by Dizzee Rascal

    Showtime isn't iirc terrible but BITC was such a big record for me

    Even across an ocean it was like well, that's it

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    Both for him + grime generally

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    Quote Originally Posted by padraig (u.s.) View Post
    Afa OP

    Scum by Napalm Death + contemporary pioneering grind records (Repulsion, etc)

    Everything after is zone of fruitless intensification

    Or more like pointless intensification. There are some cool records but the concept has already been fully realized.

    MULTI. NATIONAL. CORPO. RATIONS.

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    Grave New World by Discharge, and the 2nd SSD LP (How We Rock)

    The symbolic death knell of the original wave of hardcore ca. 79-84

    That burned itself out + everything after is a comment on the original in some way

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    Quote Originally Posted by version View Post
    MULTI. NATIONAL. CORPO. RATIONS.
    You suffer, but why?

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    Quote Originally Posted by padraig (u.s.) View Post
    You suffer, but why?

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    2001: more DVDs sold than VHS-tapes

    2015: more sales via streaming than DVDs/BluRays (at least in the USA)

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    When Disco morphed into Proto-Techno.

    It's a bit of the reverse idea of the thread though. you could say "traditional" disco was over with this track.
    Last edited by firefinga; 01-09-2019 at 06:51 PM.

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    Sampling The Police = Pact with the Devil

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