music you've been enjoying lately

spooky girlfriend

Wild Horses
lots of guitar pop and horrible catchy tat. and random niche/bassline tunes..i want to know more about this music..sounds like garage. is it the same stuff they effectively banned in Sheffield?
 

MankyFiver

Well-known member
been wanting to like lots of stuff - you know keeping up and stuff - but i aint

so it has been the AMAZING maurizio bianchi box set on vinyl on demand but to get the glad rags on to go out miss broadway - glass candy
 

elgato

I just dont know
lots of heavy chicago stuff.

house? i keep meaning to start a thread on this, i have no idea where to start with chicago...

do you have any recommendations or good mixes or whathaveyou?

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as for me, i have been listening to and enjoying Subject Detroit, Aaron Carl, Carl Craig, Tuff Jam, Todd Edwards and lots of 4x4 garage mixes
 

Sick Boy

All about pride and egos
pretty much sums up everything I think's gone wrong over the last year or so in a well marketed, neat little package

Elaborate?

It's odd that it's mostly grime, but the grime selection is pretty up to scratch IMO. What I find weird is how it totally doesn't represent what Geeneus actually plays in clubs.
 

UFO over easy

online mahjong
Elaborate?

it's pure prejudice. geeneus has become a kind of cartoon villain for me in this music, mostly because of the sets he plays in clubs, the vibe I get from them, and the kind of direction he's pushing. like you say, that's not all that's on offer here, but there's enough of that vibe to remind me of why I dislike it so much.
 

zhao

there are no accidents
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Mr. Tea

Shub-Niggurath, Please
By the description, I'd be expecting something not a million miles away from the first King Crimson album...is this at all the case, Vim?
 

Mr. Tea

Shub-Niggurath, Please
Don't really know King Crimson, unfortunately.

Ahh, the first record's a classic. Proper way-out-there metal-before-it-was-metal prog-stoner-doom-rock interspersed with, er, improv jazz. Worth owning for the cover art alone:
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(sadly, I only have it on all-too-compact disc)
 

vimothy

yurp
Ahh, the first record's a classic. Proper way-out-there metal-before-it-was-metal prog-stoner-doom-rock interspersed with, er, improv jazz. Worth owning for the cover art alone:

Ah, I recognise the cover. Sounds like my kind of thing, yeah.
 
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