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  1. chava

    The Jung Ones

    completed miscredited by modern psychologists which obviously is a huge recommendation
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    The Coming Authoritarianism.

    they forgot environmentalism
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    Ride the Sky: The Music of Flight

    floating quietly over city flickering lights:
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    Ride the Sky: The Music of Flight

    all solid tracks, but this one need an extra mention as this is one of my all time favorites and that's rare as it's not from the 90s. Nearly sublime, weightless vibe and sounds like it was made without effort whatsoever
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    Ride the Sky: The Music of Flight

    A light-as-a-feather track by Luke Slater. He should have done more like this
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    Three reasons to keep an eye on drum and bass

    I usually don't care much for dnb, so as this is pretty allright this much be jungle, right?
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    The Media Controls Your Mind

    still waiting for current architects to be subliminally influenced by this idea. doesn't seem to have that much of an effect
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    if New York can die so can London

    It will be back within 5 years if the current hard/fast/whatever techno bollocks doesn't calm down a bit
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    if New York can die so can London

    How can anything be better than the 90s, let alone all things techno related
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    What is the hardcore continuum to you?

    Hey, I am not in disagreement with you there. I am all for no-soul-guaranteed tracks. But you can make those without being generic and a jack-of-all-trades. There is not a hint of 'soul' in the trad rock sense in any Wolfgang Voigt project, for instance. And he was/is not a jack-of-all trades...
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    What is the hardcore continuum to you?

    Yup, listening to the destroyer ep now. Forgot how well the 303 went with even the (anti-) deutsche breakbeats
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    What is the hardcore continuum to you?

    He is smart guy, am I right he also did write his techno records 'properly', with notation and all? He is not exactly cancelled as such, but did rile up a few of his fans post october 7th :
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    What is the hardcore continuum to you?

    What you need is E de Cologne instead, someone who actually broke the hardcore continuum. Actually he put himself solidly in the very underreported amiga-tracker-lofi-non-rave-referincing-still silly-techno-hardcore continuum very well (his puppet techno act for instance)
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    What is the hardcore continuum to you?

    I must say here I disagree. To me Martin Damm production were never that original while sometimes technically well done, while Alec had some proper unique and personal tracks, like SuEcide, The Report even he is a and was a massive blowhard. Not reason enough to cancel him tho, you touchy...
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    Reggae Roots in Techno?

    ah remember this one. the whitney sample track on the other side was one of my favorites before i got too serious about techno
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    What is the hardcore continuum to you?

    oh, Alec Empire. Yeah, he's one of a kind. Cancelled now, however : https://www.instagram.com/alec_empire/
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    What is the hardcore continuum to you?

    You're correct, they did that very deliberately. Though didn't really succeed. Germans and breakbeats don't really go well together
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    What is the hardcore continuum to you?

    the continuum has been discontinued in mainland Europe since 92
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    Recommended mixes and playlists

    good times
  20. chava

    Anyone ever heard of nonverbal learning disorder (NVLD)? It's worse than it sounds...

    Are you familiar with the work of Iain McGIlchrist? He explains really well the function of the Corpus Callosum; maybe he also mentions NVLD somewhere
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