was thinking about this in relation to "drag" (in my oppinion a very good genre name) and "witch house" (the same genre, but not so good name...)
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and how it seems that bad...
The internet went boom on these guys like boingboing put it (http://www.boingboing.net/2010/02/03/more-on-die-antwoord.html)
This stuff creeps me out but fascinates me at the same time. The band members are artists and this kind of seems like...
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i am a defender of simon reynolds' face
i am skrillex
muppet show gallery
post joe muggs' post
too many man
well i think it's still interesting
wot do u call it uurrrban
UK alternative entity Allflaws dropped a new album BLACK BOX HERE AFTER on August the 14th. The album is released off the back of the new subversive single REPLICANT BREED which is out now.
Allflaws have gained underground kudos for the progressive and original lyricism merged with interesting...
on CNN, the slight video time delay of the foreign correspondent on location in the little window -- after they've been asked a question it's always a blank stare for a second or 2... sometimes they look like they are silently judging the anchor and the question, sometimes they just look...
brave but foolish
cats on a rainbow
defeat chkout robot
double anal i guess
how'd it get burned?
luka's favourite thread
not mine thank goodness
pity the idiots
pointless but it makes tea chuckle to himself
priests in swimsuits
Electronic Music has always been a fertile ground where composers & producers from different backgrounds & genres have cross-pollinated.
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We would like to invite you to send us your TOP 5 electronic pieces of all time. Whatever genre you like -as...
i was listening to new pj harvey and devendra banhart a lot lately..specially devendra..but also some other stuff, and i put some of these songs together in a zip file if you're interested; http://www.sendspace.com/file/4km6wm
i'd be much interested in what you've listened to lately, and if...
See the right hand column. Legendary show from Capital Radio 1977 responsible for getting many of yer punks into reggae.
Plus some hilarious adverts from the era
which just reinforce how well the music has aged.
i was wondering if there are any good tips on what to check out apart from the usual dubstep allstars-samplers and stuff like burial?
I'd be happy for any good recommendations or news...
cheers from karlsruhe, germany,
Prunk :mad: grrrrr
Shoestep - I'm going to invent this if no one else does. Shoegazing mid-range dirge a la My Bloody Valentine set to a Dubstep jaunt. Break out the laudenum.
Screwcore - Disgusting name. Taking the halfstep concept to it's disorienting extreme with DJ Screw-ish sludge...