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

luka

Moderator
Can you give little write ups for each record telling us what it is you find crazy sick insane about each one please? I'm not saying they're not, it just makes it more engaging. And remember not everyone hears music in the same way. If this board teaches us anything it's the mystifying fact of human difference.
 

luka

Moderator
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.
 

luka

Moderator
Dave Tomkins is good at writing about this stuff in terms of foregrounding the futuristic sickest insane time travel aspects and Kodwo Eshun did it too in More Brilliant. I think for a lot of people it's behind the time barrier so it needs those words to prop it up.
 

baboon2004

Darned cockwombles.
I can't hear scratching and those synth stabs that I always associate with BDP as weird and avant garde any more, but that Marley Marl track is genuinely unplaceable - seems to have more in common with industrial than hip hop
 

luka

Moderator
We are moving towards the apotheosis of mvuent. The diffidence dial will be tweaked down a notch, the assertiveness dial cranked up a touch, self-belief turned up to 10, till the aura becomes visible, we're away!
 

Corpsey

call me big papa
Was a link to dissensus shared on an autechre forum at some point or something?

I swear we went from absolutely no mentions of them to half the forum being fanboys.
 

luka

Moderator
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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